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2011 Adoption of Orchard Ridge Elementary (ORE) School - Reading Program Sign-up

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

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Type Quantity
4 January 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
4 January 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
18 January 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
18 January 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
1 February 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
1 February 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
15 February 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
15 February 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
1 March 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
1 March 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
15 March 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
15 March 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
5 April 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
5 April 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  
19 April 2011 A Group (9-10 a.m.) Free  
19 April 2011 B Group (10-11 a.m.) Free  

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Volunteering Details

To address the achievement gap of area youth, the 100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. (the 100), in conjunction with the African American Communication and Collaboration Council (AACCC), has establish a reading program at Orchard Ridge Elementary School for the second semester of the 2010/2011 school year.

2011 Adoption of Orchard Ridge Elementary School - Program Information

Education

The first educational pilot project is the "adoption” of Orchard Ridge Elementary (ORE) School for the first six months of 2011 (second semester of 2010/2011 school year).

After assessing the primary issues and unmet needs concerning student achievement, the 100, AACCC, the ORE School Principal and Central Office MMSD administration (including the Superintendent) have determined a number of vital activities in which the 100 and AACCC could play a vital role.

Too much is at stake for the adoption of Orchard Ridge Elementary to be viewed as a “feel good” project. The student population of ORE involves 56% students of color, and fifty five percent (55%) of its student enrollment is from low-income homes. Approximately two thirds of that population cannot read.

Involvement in this project is not an option, but an obligation. We can and must turn this around. Also note, unlike many volunteer efforts, measurement before and after engagement will occur.

This project has been designed to addresses issues that are impairing the school from achieving optimal performance and results for our children. Please review the following and strongly consider serving as a volunteer resource and solution.

Have questions about 2011 Adoption of Orchard Ridge Elementary (ORE) School - Reading Program Sign-up? Contact 100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

Where


Orchard Ridge Elementary School
5602 Russett Road
Madison, WI 53711

Organizer

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to leading and improving the quality of life for our youth and the community. We will enhance the African American Community by conducting and promoting programs and activities focused on: academic achievement, economic developement, health and wellness, and self-esteem of our youth through mentoring.

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