INTRODUCTION

Superintendent’s Challenge Initiative

1995 California Department of Education

"A consistent theme in the California frameworks and the grade spawn taskforce reports has been a call for creating a "thinking-meaning centered curriculum". This curriculum is based upon the content detailed in the frameworks and delivered in a way that provides for powerful teaching and learning experience for all students and teachers. This focus has opened the door for all stakeholders to experiment with new instructional

Methodology known as "service-learning" is gaining popularity as a method to improve student performance in achieving content and curricular goals.

Service learning, as defined by the National and Community Service Trust Act (1993) and adapted for this report, is "an innovative instructional strategy that actively involves youth in the curriculum through service to their community." Service learning differs from traditional community service activities in that it intentionally integrates the experience with the curriculum. Service- learning requires student participation in organized service that is coordinated with an elementary, middle, or high school and the community. In addition to fostering civic responsibility and individual development, service-learning allows the student to make meaning of the curriculum through participation in the design and implementation of a service-learning project and by taking time to reflect on the experience.

Service learning will be incorporated into all disciplines: Science, Mathematics, Language Arts-Reading, History/Social Sciences, Technology (NIH Image)(GIS)(GPS), Career Preparation, and provides a strategy to integrate curriculum across the content areas. The following five standards provide what students should know and be able to do as a result of their participation in service-learning activity or project. All five standards should be addressed in every service-learning activity to work in concert to create a powerful teaching and learning experience."

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

THEMATIC UNITS – ACTIVITY – PROJECT

SERVICE-LEARNING STANDARDS

Home/School/District/Community Partnership

 

 

SCIENCE

MATHEMATICS

LANGUAGE ARTS-READING

HISTORY/SOCIAL SCIENCE

TECHNOLOGY(NIH IMAGE) (GIS)(GPS)

SERVICE LEARNING

CAREER PREPARATION

GRADES 6TH – 7TH – 8TH

SUPERINTENDENT’S CHALLENGE INITIATIVE 1995

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

   

STANDARD #1:

Students will understand how the needs of the community are identified or, when appropriate, will identify the needs of the community. Based on demonstrated understanding of these needs, students will actively participate in thoughtfully organized service that addresses the needs of the community as identified by the assessment.

   

STANDARD #2:

Students will develop, acquire and demonstrate curricular knowledge and skills through participation in an integrated service-learning experience.

   

STANDARD #3:

Students will understand the relationship between school and community and the importance of school-community partnerships. Students and teachers will work in collaboration with individuals and organizations in the community, when appropriate, to develop and implement meaningful service-learning experiences that reflect their understanding of school and community resources.

   

STANDARD #4:

Students will understand and demonstrate civic responsibility through participation in a service-learning activity, which improves the quality of life in the community.

   

STANDARD #5:

Students will demonstrate understanding of and reflect upon the significance of their service-learning experience, and how applying these skills and knowledge affects them as individuals, they’re own learning, and the community.

 

 

HOME/SCHOOL/DISTRICT/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

SCIENCE

MATHEMATICS

LANGUAGE ARTS-READING

HISTORY/SOCIAL SCIENCE

TECHNOLOGY(NIH IMAGE)(GIS/GPS)

SERVICE LEARNING

CAREER PREPARATION

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

STUDENT LEARNING STANDARDS

UPON COMPLETING GRADE SEVEN IN THE LAUSD, STUDENTS WIL BE ABLE TO:

STUDENTS WHO FOLLOW A CAREER PATHWAY WILL BE ABLE TO:

   

25. EXPLAIN HOW TIME MANAGEMENT AND PRIORITY SETTING IS CRITICAL TO LEARNING AND THE WORKPLACE; WORK COOPERATIVELY, SHARE RESPONSIBILITIES, ACCEPT SUPERVISION, ASSUME LEADERSHIP ROLES, AND DEMONSTRATE COOPERATIVE WORK RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS GENDER AND CULTURAL GROUP (PERSONAL/INTERPERSONAL SKILLS)

   

26. APPLY PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, USING ORAL, WRITTEN, KEYBOARDING, AND TELEPHONE SKILLS, FOR VAROUS PURPOSES AND AUDIENCES, (E.G., INTERVIEWS, PRESENTATIONS, ADVERTISEMENTS, CUSTOMER CALLS, LETTERS). (COMMUNICATION SKILLS)

   

27. IDENTIFY AND EXPLAIN CAREER PATHS AND STRATEGIES FOR OBTAINING EMPLOYMENT AND THE ROLE OF CAREERS IN A PRODUCTIVE SOCIETY. (EMPLOYMENT LITERACY)

   

28. AGRICULTURAL/ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION:

EXPLAIN THE GLOBAL CHALLENGES FACING AGRICULTURE AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. (THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING)

   

29. AGRICULTURAL/ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION:

DEMONSTRATE HOW THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES SOLUTIONS TO AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES.

(TECHNOLOGY LITERACY)

   

30. BUSINESS EDUCATION: RECOGNIZE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES, IDENTIFY AND DISCUSS ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS TO SELECT A PLAN OF ACTION. (THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING)

   

31. BUSINESS EDUCATION: USE COMPUTER SKILLS AND DEMONSTRATE PROPER KEYBOARDING TECHNIQUES (INCLUDING THE USE OF THE INTERNET) TO ACCESS INFORMATION, EVALUATE, MANIPULATE, AND PRODUCE REPORTS, DOCUMENTS, AND PRESENTATIONS. (TECHNOLOGY LITERACY)

HOME/SCHOOL/DISTRICT/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

THEMATIC UNITS – ACTIVITY – PROJECT

SCIENCE

MATHEMATICS

LANGUAGE ARTS-READING

HISTORY/SOCIAL SCIENCE

TECHNOLOGY(NIH IMAGE)(GIS)(GPS)

SERVICE LEARNING

CAREER PREPARATION

CAREER PREPARATION

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

STUDENT LEARNING STANDARDS

UPON COMPLETING GRADE SEVEN IN THE LAUSD:

STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

STUDENTS WHO FOLLOW A CAREER PATHWAY WILL BE ABLE TO:

   

32. HOME ECONOMICS: SUMMARIZE NEEDS AND PROBLEMS OF SELF AND OTHERS AND COMPARE, CONTRAST, AND CHOOSE THE BEST SOLUTION. (THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING)

   

33. HOME ECONOMICS: DEMONSTRATE THE USE OF APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY, INCLUDING RESEARCH, COMPUTERS, MATERIALS, APPLIANCES, AND EQUIPMENT BY CREATING AND COMPLETING PROJECTS. (Technology Literacy)

   

34. INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION: APPLY CREATIVE THINKING, LOGICAL-REASONING, AND PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS; DEMONSTRATE NUMERICAL ESTIMATION, MEASUREMENT, AND CALCULATION AS APPROPRIATE; RECOGNIZE AND ANALYZE PROBLEM SITUATIONS; IDENTIFY, LOCATE, AND ORGANIZE INFORMATION OR DATE; AND PROPOSE, EVALUATE, AND SELECT APPROPRIATE SOLUTIONS. (THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING)

   

35. INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION: COLLECT INFORMATION THROUGH THE USE OF COMPUTERS, SOFTWARE, AND REFERENCE MATERIALS TO EXPLORE, USE, AND ANALYZE CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES OF INDUSTRY AND SOCIETY. (TECHNOLOGY LITERACY)

     

PROGRAM CHECKLIST

PROGRAM TITLE

MISSION STATEMENT

GOALS

COURSE TITLE/DESCRIPTIONS/STANDARDS ADDRESSED\

1. PHASE I

2. PHASE II

3. PHASE III

POTENTIAL PARTNERS

BUDGET (LONG RANGE)

FUNDING SOURCES

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION

PROGRAM TITLE

PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT

PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

project information

project overview

Project process

project design

partners

community documents/programs

information gathering

skills required

knowledge/content standards

attitudes expected

community THEME (s) addressed

policy/decision-making

community product/participation

life ROLE (s) addressed

specific needs

budget

equipment/materials

transportation

timeline

APPROVAL (s) NEEDED

administration

parents

public governance

1995-1996 AND 1996-1997

law works: a community campaign by youth - violEnce reduCTion

LAW WORKS IS A JOINT PROJECT of the STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA AND CITIZENSHIP AND LAW-RELATED EDUCATION CENTER.

nEWS RELEASE: LOCAL SCHOOL AND ATTORNEYS SELECTED FOR STATEWIDE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM - TEACHERS, TEENAGERS AND LAWYERS PARTNER TO REDUCE VIOLENCE

"TEACHERS AND STUDENTS FROM AUDUBON MIDDLE SCHOOL AND LAWYERS FROM HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO TEAM UP IN A UNIQUE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM, LAW WORKS, SPONSORED BY THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA AND THE CITIZENSHIP AND LAW-RELATED EDUCATION CENTER OF SACRAMENTO. THE AUDUBON LAW WORKS TEAM IS ONE OF 16 PARTNERSHIPS ESTABLISHED IN CALIFORNIA TO PREPARE VIOLENCE PREVENTION STRATEGIES THAT WILL BE CREATED, PROMOTED AND MANAGED BY LOCAL TEENAGERS.

THE LAW WORKS PROGRAM, ESTABLISHED IN 1993, EMPHASIZES THE PARTICIPATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM, AND THEIR ROLE IN COMMUNITY EFFORTS TO REDUCE VIOLENCE.

AUDUBON STUDENTS WILL SHARETHEIR PLANS FOR A BETTER, SAFER COMMUNITY WITH LOCAL RESIDENTS IN APRIL. ON MAY 1, LAW DAY, STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE LOCAL LAW WORKS PROGRAM WILL JOIN OTHER LAW WORKS STUDENTS FROM AROUND THE STATE IN SACRAMENTO TO DISCUSS THEIR VIOLENCE PREVENTION STRATEGIES AN SOLUTIONS WITH STATE LEGISLATORS AND POLICY LEADERS.

THE LAW WORKS PROGRAM AT AUDUBON IS FUNDED THROUGH A CONTRIBUTION BY LEGAL PARTNER/FUNDING ORGANIZATION. THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA, RESPRESENTING THIS STATE’S 147,000 ATTORNEYS, SPONSORES THE STATEWIDE PROGRAM AND ADMINISTERS IT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITIZENSHIP AND LAW-RELATED EDUCATION CENTER."

state bar of california

"The state bar of california is an administrative arm of the california Supreme Court. it represents all active attorneys in the state with a mission to preserve and improve our justice system in order to assure a free and just society under the law."

STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA

OFFICE OF COMMUICATION AND PUBLIC EDUCATION

555 FRANKLINE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94102

(415) 561-8867 FAX (415) 561-8861

 

 

 

CITIZENSHIP AND LAW-RELATED EDUCATION (CLRE) CENTER

"THE CLRE CENTER IS A 501©(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION COMMITTED TO ENRICHING COMMUNITIES BY HELPING YOUTH LEARN PERSONAL AND ACTIVE RESPONSIBILITY. THE CENTER ALIGNS EDUCATION, GOVERNMENT, BUSINESS AND community RESOURCES TO HELP DEVELOP RESPONSIBLE YOUTH. THE CENTER EXPANDS CLASSROOM LEARNING TO THE COMMUNITY, BRINGS THE COMMUNITY INTO THE SCHOOL, PROMOTES YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND EMPOWERS STUDENTS TO RESOLVE CONFLICTS AND TO DEVELOP LEADERSHIP SKILLS."

CITIZENSHIP AND LAW-RELATED EDUCATION CENTER

9738 LINCOLN VILLAGE DRIVE

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 95827

(916) 228-2322 FAX (916) 228-2493

1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000

TROUT IN THE CLASSROOM

WATERSHED HABITATS AND THE NATURAL HISTORY OF PACIFIC SALMONIDS

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - LOS ANGELES URBAN SYSTEMIC INITIATIVE

IN COLLABORATION WITH CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME AND SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT EXPO

januray 1997 - januray 1998

JANUARY 1998 - JANUARY 1999

JANUARY 1999 - JANUARY 2000

JANUARY 2000 - MAY 2000

TREEPEOPLE VOLUNTEER

KING BOULEVARD MEMORIAL PROJECT

3RD SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH (8:00A-12: 00N)

GENERATION EARTH

GENERATION EARTH IS AN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR LOS ANGELES COUNTY STUDENTS, 6TH THROUGH 12TH GRADES, CREATED FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BY TREEPEOPLE, ONE OF LOS ANGELES’ OLDEST, LARGEST AND MOST SUCCESSFUL LOCALLY BASED NON-PROFIT, VOLUNTER ENVIRONMENT education GROUPS.

JANUARY 2000

los angeles conservation corps

CLEAN AND GREEN PROGRAM

"CLEAN AND GREEN IS A PROGRAM OF THE LOS ANGELES CONSERVATION CORPS AND IS FUNDED BY THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES. IT WAS FOUNDED BY FORMER MAYOR TOM BRADLEY IN JULY OF 1988 AS A WAY TO BEAUTIFY LOS ANGELES WHILE GIVING JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK DURING THEIR SCHOOL VACATION SESSIONS, AND BE INVOLVED IN PRODUCTIVE AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. THE SUCCESS OF CLEAN & GREEN HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED BOTH LOCALLY AND NATIONALLY AS ONE OF THE MOST AMBITIOUS COMMUNITY SERVICE EFFORTS INVOLVING JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. YOUTH SERVICE AMERICA, A WASHINGTON, D. C. ORGANIZATION THAT PROMOTES YOUTH SERVICES RECOGNIZES CLEAN& GREEN AS A MODEL PROGRAM.

"Partnership with Americorps National Service, Clean & Green is also served by twelve Americorps members who assist team leaders in mentoring and supervising the team members."

"EACH DAY, HARDWORKING AND AMBITIOUS Clean & Green team members plant trees, eliminate graffiti, design murals, plant community gardens, sweep streets, clean alleys, and educate the public about recycling."

JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AGES 13 TO 17 YEARS OLD

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

15 TEAM MEMBERS PER SESSION

SIX SESSIONS PER YEAR

1,200 STUDENTS EMPLOYED ANNUALLY

technology focus

GRAPHING CALCULATOR - DATA ANALYZER

DIGITAL CAMERA – SCANNER - VIDEO

LAPTOP COMPUTER

NIH – DISCOVERING IMAGE PROCESSING

GIS: ARC VIEW –GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM

GPS: GLOBAL positioning system

USGS: U. S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

CITY GREEN - CALCULATING THE VALUE OF NATURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAREER FOCUS

NORTHWEST CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES

SUSIE KELLY, CENTER DIRECTOR (EMAIL: kels@chemek.cc.or.us)

CHEMEKETA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

SALEM, OREGON

(503) 315-4583 FAX (503)540-5008

"VISIONS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE EDUCATION AND ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY"

RESOURCE ECOLOGIST TECHNICIAN

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIs) SPECIALIST

NATURAL RESOURCES TECHNICIAN

FOREST RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY

FISH AND WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN

 

RESOURCES

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION LINKS

http://www.hwr.arizona.edu/globe/edu_link.html

 

 

AMERICAN GEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

Earth System Science in the Community – Understanding Our Environment

http://www.agiweb.org/eqrthcomm/about

 

1998-1999 1999-2000

 

MARS ROVER PROJECT

SPECIAL EDUCATION AND

GENERAL SCIENCE CLASS

PROJECT.

 

   

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

ON-GOING

PHASE I

PHASE II

PHASE III

MICHAEL JIMENEZ-JIM SUMMERS-JEN SCOTT-LIFLAND

MILLARD TATUM, EUDORA RUSSELL

TREEPEOPLE

12601 MULHOLLAND DRIVE

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA 90210

(818)753-4600 FAX(818)753-4625

ANDY LIPKIS, PRESIDENT

ADOPT A TREE (JANUARY 1997)

SERVICE-LEARNING-IN-ACTION VIA

MULTIPLE-INTELLIGENCES COMMUNITY SERVICES

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

Third Saturday of Each Month (August to May) 8:30A – 4:00P

HIGH PRIORITY – TRANSPORTATION NEEDS FOR

10 STUDENTS @ 10 MONTHS.

BLANK FIELD TRIP APPROVAL FOR 2000-20001

ORIENTATION – NEW PRINCIPAL 2000-2001

FIELD SITE:

MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD MEMORIAL PROJECT

SERVICE LEARNING COORDINATOR

GENERATION EARTH-AN ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PRESENTED BY TREEPEOPLE

12601 MULHOLLND DRIVE

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA 90210

(818)623-4876 FAX (818)753-4645

ADOPT A NATURAL RESOURCES PARTNER

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

SUPPORT SERVICES FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, MONITORING AND EVALUATION.

SEMINARS

FIELD SITES TRAINING

BRUCE SAITO, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

LOS ANGELES CONSERVATION CORPS-CLEAN & GREEN

695 WEST OLYMPIC BLVD., SUITE 450

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015

(213)362-9000 EXT 203 FAX (213)362-7958

VICTOR GONZALES, SENIOR TEAM LEADER

(323)971-5125/CELL #(213)392-0607

E-MAIL: Vicgondk@aol.com

ADOPT A JOB – NATURAL RESOURCES

ADOPT A CAREER FOCUS

HORACE MANN MIDDLE SCHOOL

CLEAN & GREEN CREW JANUARY 2000

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

"THE LACC WAS FOUNDED IN 1986 BY FORMER UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, MICKEY KANTOR, TO PROVIDE YOUNG ADULTS WITH OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP RESPONSIBILITY, LEADERSHIP, PRIDE, RESPECT FOR THEMSELVES, FAMILIES, COMMUNITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT."

PAID EMPLOYEMENT 13 YEARS OLDER/$5.75 PER HOUR

CAPTAIN KWAME COOPER

LOS ANGELES CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT

FIRE STATION #63

1930 SHELL AVENUE

VENICE, CALIFORNIA 90291

(310)575-8563 FAX(323)735-2440

ADOPT A CAREER FOCUS

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

SGT PAUL LAWSON

LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

SOUTHWEST PATROL DIVISION

1546 W. MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90062

(213)485-2582

ADOPT A CAREER FOCUS

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

 

 

 

 

 

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

ON-GOING

PHASE I

PHASE II

PHASE III

RUDY A. RETAMOZA

GREENLINK TOUR – USDA FOREST SERVICE

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA URBAN FORESTRY AND

RECREATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

4600 OAK GROVE DR.

FLINTRIDGE, CALIFORNIA 9L011

(818)952-4935 FAX (818)952-4935

ADOPT A CAREER FOCUS

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST – USDA FOREST SERVICE

7001 SANTA ANITA AVENUE

ARCADIA, CALIFORNIA 91006

(818)574-5217 FAX (818)574-5233

ADOPT A CAREER FOCUS

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

KENNETH HAHN STATE RECREATION AREA

4100 S. LACIENEGA BLVD

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90056

(323)298-3660 FAX (323)291-8958

ADOPT A STATE PARK

ADOPT A STREAM

ADOPT A FISH (TROUT)

SEMINARS

FIELD SITE

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

MALIBU LAGOON

 

 

 

ADOPT A LAGOON

ADOPT A BEACH

SEMINARS

FIELD SITE

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

LAURA T. ISLAND THERAPEUTIC RECREATION SPECIALIST

CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND PARKS SPECIAL SERVICES DIVISION

MARTIN KING, JR ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER

3916 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90062

(323)237-0879

ADOPT A CITY PARK

SEMINARS

FIELD SITE

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

CHELSEA COCHRANE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

LOS ANGELES URBAN RESOURCES PARTNERSHIP

201 NORTH FIGUEROA STREET, SUITE 200, MAIL STOP 177

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90012

(213)580-1055 FAX (213)580-1084

ADOPT A GRANT SOURCE

SEMINARS

USDA SUPPORT SERVICES

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

 

TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

ON-GOING

PHASE I

PHASE II

PHASE III

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

AREA G – HORACE MAWNN MIDDLE SCHOOL

7001 SOUTH ST. ANDREWS PLACE

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90047

(323)778-9450 X 170

SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE

GRADES 6TH – 7TH – 8TH

SELF-CONTAINED

NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

ANGEL GATE ACADEMY

ADOPT A BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION PROGRAM

4 WEEKS/RESIDENTIAL CAMP/ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONAL LOCATED IN SAN LUIS OPISPO, CALIFORNIA FOR 6TH, 7TH GRADE MIDDLE SCHOOLS WITH A DESIGNATED AFTER-CARE ADVISOR SUPPORT SERVICES A MINIMUM OF

1 HOURS PER WEEK/4 HOURS PER MONTH

40 HOURS PER SEMESTER/80 HOURS PER YEAR

RODERICK D. WRIGHT, ASSEMBLYMAN

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE – 48TH DISTRICT

DISTRICT OFFICE: 700 STATE DRIVE, #103

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90037

(213)745-6656 FAX (213)745-6722

ADOPT AN ASSEMBLYMAN

ADOPT A SCHOOL – EARTH DAY

ADOPT A STATE – EARTH DAY

ADOPT A GRANT SOURCE – EARTH DAY

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

OREGON STATE PARK – SATURDAY, APRIL 2001

EARTH DAY GRANT PROGRAM

CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS FOUNDATION

800 COLLEGE AVENUE, P.0. BOX 548

KENTFIELD, CALIFORNIA 94914

(415)258-9975 FAX (415)258-9930

PRISCILLA LEE – UCLA SCIENCE PROJECT

UCLA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & INFORMATION STUDIES

1320 MOORE HALL, BOX 951521

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90095-1521

(310)306-6047

ADOPT A UNIVERSITY

SEMINARS

FIELD SITES

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

JUDITH DAY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

THE ACCESS CENTER

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES

5151 STATE UNIVERSITY DRIVE

SALAZAR HALL, C-143

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90032

(323)343-5271 FAX (323)343-6418

ADOPT A UNIVERSITY

SEMINARS

FIELD SITES

PARTNERSHIP/NATURAL RESOURCE ACADEMY

RENNE MADDALON, VOLUNTEER COORDINASTOR

KCET COMMUNITY RELATIONS & OUTREACH

4401 WEST SUNSET BLVD., L.A.,CA. 90056

(323)666-6500

ADOPT A TV EDUCATIONAL STATION

SEMINARS