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NYC Councilman Robert Jackson at Bus Departure as Students, Parents and Staffers Head to Albany to Advocate for After-School Fu

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Emily Crossan,
The Children’s Aid Society
– (w) 917-286-1548,
(c) 201-344-5742

Michelle Mitchell,
Coalition for After-School Funding
(w) 212-523-0180 ext. 45,
(c) 917-558-7337

WHEN: 6:15 a.m., Tuesday, February 28, 2006

WHERE: PS 8 (465 West 167th Street - between Amsterdam Ave. and Jumel Place)

All the Facts

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Click the links below to access important information about food stamps, immigration benefits, Section 8, Census 2010 and more.

For further inquiries please contact: The Children’s Aid Society Office of Public Policy and Client Advocacy (212) 358-8930

A Leader Among Children's Charities

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In a perfect world, every child would be nurtured by a loving family, attend a challenging and exciting school and live in a supportive community. But the sad reality is that not every child has these opportunities.

Assess What Your Community Needs

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One of the core principles of the community schools strategy is responding to the documented needs and strengths of students and their families. To determine your community's individual needs, follow these important steps:

Respond with a Plan of Action

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Once you have taken the crucial steps of building your team and thoroughly examining conditions in your community, it is time to start planning your community school. While your vision statement may contain a broad outline of what you hope to achieve for children and families, your plan should talk about specifics. At a minimum, you should answer the following questions:

Supporters and Partners

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The comprehensive nature of the work in community schools requires a wide array of supporters and partners. Financing for community schools comes from public and private sources. Local partners include the New York City Department of Education and a variety of cultural and youth development organizations. National partners help us stay abreast of trends and work with like-minded colleagues to advance the community schools agenda across the country.


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The following financial information is a summary of the operating performance of The Children's Aid Society for its fiscal years 2016 and 2015.

Family Fitness

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Family fitness opportunities are available at two Children’s Aid Society sites.

Sunday Sports

The Dunlevy Milbank Center's Sunday Sports program provides more than 60 children and youth ages 8-17 with age-appropriate fitness classes, sports instruction and nutrition education.

Contact Us

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HOPE Leadership Academy
1732 Madison Avenue at 115th Street
New York, NY 10029
Tel: (212) 987-5648

Angela Sharpe, Director
Aliza Rodriguez, Administrative Assistant
Julissa Contreras, Youth Development Worker

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. Are you a Children’s Aid Society employee? I am not directly employed by The Children’s Aid Society but I am a trusted partner who assists Children’s Aid by answering phones when the Children’s Aid office is closed.
  2. What is The Children’s Aid Society’s mission? Mission: The Children’s Aid Society helps children in poverty to succeed and thrive. We do this by providing comprehensive supports to children and their families in targeted high-needs New York City neighborhoods.

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