2012 Community Partners

Focus: Education


Bayside Community Center
Linda Vista Academic Club
$27,500

To take the sucessful Kit Carson Elementary School Academic Club model and replicate it at Linda Vista Elementary School.
www.baysidecc.org

 



Community HousingWorks
Running Readers Reading Enhancement Program
$40,000

To utilize the Running Readers program to provide students with the skills, knowledge and encouragement to enhance reading aptitude and attitude so that students are reading at grade level by the completion of third grade and; to facilitate a supportive home environment to encourage parent involvement in reading activities.
www.chworks.org



Excellence and Justice in Education Academies
Literacy Intervention Project
$34,000

To hire a reading specialist who can provide training for classroom teachers on language improvement strategies and provide one-to-three and one-to-one language skills training for underperforming students in the school.
ejeacademies.org



International Rescue Committee
TEAM (Teach, Engage, Achieve, and Motivate) Project
$40,000

To provide an afterschool program at Marshall Elementary for refugee students to improve their academic performance, self-esteem and civic participation; and to encourage parent involvement in their children’s education.
www.rescue.org/us-program/us-san-diego-ca



Junior Achievement of San Diego and Imperial Counties
Empowering Young Leaders – Encouraging Young Lives
$55,800

To prepare low-income, at-risk students in K through 5 to succeed in the global economy by making the learning “relevant to the real world,” and to expose students to knowledge they may not receive at home.
www.jasandiego.org