Education Grantees Out-of-School 2016

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
ALearn San Mateo and Santa Clara To enhance innovative approaches to teaching, learning, and family engagement including expanding eighth grade pilot; expanding further into San Mateo County; enhancing family engagement w/ a multilingual text messaging service; and funding eight middle school classes. $85,000
Aim High for High School San Mateo To facilitate continued improvements to Math Initiative program which supports low-income East Palo Alto and Redwood City middle school students. $50,000
Bay Area Tutoring Association San Mateo and Santa Clara To support middle school math and intro to CS program to increase academic productivity, improve academic performance, accelerate learning, create stronger peer relationships and seed the 2022 tech diversity candidate pool. $50,000
Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula San Mateo To support the 90-hour After School Math Blended Learning program to move low-income middle school students toward math proficiency. $80,000
Breakthrough Silicon Valley Santa Clara To provide low-income middle school students in San Jose with academic enrichment to prepare them for success in college prep high school courses and eventual entry into four-year colleges and universities. $70,000
Citizen Schools California Santa Clara To support expanded learning time programs in Santa Clara County to deliver high-quality programming to six middle schools, serving 810 students in the 2016-17 academic year. $60,000
City Year Santa Clara To support City Year San Jose/Silicon Valley’s Expanded Learning Time (ELT) afterschool programming for students in grades six-ten at Fischer, Mathson, Ocala and Overfelt Schools to prepare students for the A-G college preparatory course sequence. $80,000
DreamCatchers Santa Clara To support a “Third Space Math Resource Center” that incorporates the essentials from our students’ PAUSD math classrooms into an after-school mathematics support “third space.” $15,000
Escuela Xochitl Tonatiuh Santa Clara To support a project-based summer math program to prevent summer loss in mathematics and enhance performance. $40,000
Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley San Mateo and Santa Clara To continue to provide "out of school" instruction to 8th grade students in the core concepts of Algebra lead by credentialed teachers aided by teaching assistants, by using technology practice tools. $60,000
Jefferson Union High School District San Mateo To identify 100 students (approximately 10% of JUHSD incoming ninth grade class) not meeting math benchmarks in eighth grade and encourage them to take a summer bridge course offered during the summer of 2017 before attending high school in the fall of 2017. $88,032
Jose Valdes Math Foundation San Mateo and Santa Clara To support Summer Math Program for middle school and rising fifth grade students identified as not meeting SBAC math standards. $100,000
San Mateo Union High School District San Mateo Support for the 9th Summer Bridge to Algebra Success Program. $36,946
Sequoia Union High School District San Mateo To support the Tri-District Summer Math Institute to equip rising eighth and ninth grade students with the skills to complete Geometry by the end of tenth grade. $51,925
Silicon Valley Education Foundation San Mateo and Santa Clara To support 75-hour summer math intervention program that prepares incoming eighth graders to successfully complete Algebra I (or the Common Core equivalent) in the eighth grade. $50,000
St James Community Foundation San Mateo To provide an intensive summer math boot camp and afterschool homework tutoring for 200 students in the San-Mateo Foster City School District, along with meaningful parent engagement and education opportunities. $60,000
The Unity Care Group Santa Clara To support an intensive project-based, mathematics program for middle school youth, designed to strengthen algebraic functions taught in an integrated approach by credential teachers and Unity Care staff. $50,000
THINK Together Santa Clara To support the Blended Learning Math Program that will integrate technology into after-school expanded learning programs to help underserved students at three middle schools in San Jose Unified School District. $60,000
TrueChild San Mateo and Santa Clara To train ALearn and Aim High to deliver a model curriculum that teaches girls to think critically about rigid feminine norms. Low-income girls who receive the curriculum will achieve improved math and science grades and interest. $70,000
William C. Overfelt High School Santa Clara To support the summer institute to increase academic performance of ninth graders, help transition incoming ninth graders to high school and develop a college-going culture. $50,000
    Total $1,206,903