Education: Out of School Grantees - 2009

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
Aim High San Mateo County To support creation of the Math Pilot Project, a focused effort to strengthen summer academic mathematics instruction for students at two Peninsula campuses. $35,000
Belmont-Redwood Shores School District Belmont To support the Summer Math Intervention Project, a 4-week program to increase mathematics achievement of low-performing middle school students from Ralston Middle School. $25,160
Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula San Mateo County To design a new program that will provide effective support for middle school students in pre-algebra and algebra. $35,000
Children's Empowerment, Inc. Daly City and Colma To expand mathematics instruction at Thomas R. Pollicita Middle School's after-school program. $50,000
Cunha Intermediate Community School Half Moon Bay To support creation of a new Summer Math Institute for incoming 6th, 7th and 8th graders, particularly English Language Learners and socio-economically disadvantaged students. $35,000
Jose Valdes Math Foundation San Clara County To support the Jose Valdes Math Institute, which provides intensive, pre-algebra and algebra instruction during the summer for students that will enter East Side Union High School District. $60,000
La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District La Honda-Pescadero To design a new summer math program for the school district’s low-performing middle school students with UCSC’s Education Department. $33,000
Peninsula Bridge Program San Mateo County To support expansion of summer programming to a new site at St. Mathew's Episcopal Day School in San Mateo serving youth from East Palo Alto, east Menlo Park, and portions of Redwood City and San Mateo. $50,000
Redwood City Education Foundation Redwood City To support the Pre-Algebra Summer Math Institute in Redwood City School District, a pilot program in which a teacher-team delivers instruction to lower-performing students. $35,000
San Mateo Union High School District San Mateo To support the Math Articulation Team in building a Summer Bridge to Success Program, a pilot effort that will focus on students entering Hillsdale and San Mateo high schools. $40,000
Sequoia Union High School District San Mateo County To support the Summer Math Institute, designed to help incoming 9th graders identified as unlikely to succeed in Algebra 1 master the skills they need. $75,000
Silicon Valley Education Foundation Santa Clara County To support Stepping Up to Algebra, a free summer program offered to Santa Clara County middle school students who are not proficient in mathematics. $100,000
UCSC Educational Partnership Center San Jose To support a new summer algebra academy at Overfelt High School and an existing program at James Lick. $75,000
WestEd San Jose To support a summer enrichment project for middle school English Learners in Santa Clara County in partnership with San Jose Unified School District. $89,676
YMCA of Silicon Valley Santa Clara County To support the Y Excellence in Algebra Program for under-performing students at Cabrillo and Buchser middle schools and Don Callejon School in Santa Clara. $75,000