Tuesday, June 21, 2011

A Look Back at the 2010-2011 Service Year

As we are putting the finishing touches on the 2010-2011 service year and gear up for the 2011-2012 year, it is important to take a moment and listen to what our partners have had to say about our service. The results have just come in and here is what everyone had to say:

86% of principals agree or strongly agree that the after school program engaged students in service to the school or community.

94% of teachers with City Year corps members serving in their classrooms reported that corps members fostered a positive environment for learning.

87% of teachers agree or strongly agree that their corps member(s) helped increase their students’ enjoyment of school.

90% of teachers agree or strongly agree that their corps members provided essential academic supports their students wouldn’t otherwise receive.

87% of teachers agree of strongly agree that their corps member(s) helped improve student active engagement in learning.

89% of teachers are satisfied or very satisfied with the overall impact of City Year on their students.

“The partnership and relationships that our school has established with City Year has been remarkable! It has been a pleasure working with City Year this year and I look forward to continuing our work together as we move into the 2011/2012 school year.”

“Our City Year Team works incredibly hard and is an integral part of our school team. We literally could not do the work that we have done without their support, enthusiasm, hands, minds, and spirit. They have raised staff and student morale and been great mentors and role models for our students.”

“The City Year team has been a pleasure to work with this year overall. They have a great rapport with the students and staff.”

“They have become integrated into our school family. They provided positive programs and intervention to students.”

“It was a pleasure to have City Year members in the building They were an asset to our staff this year.”


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