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MPN 20142015 Impact Report Page 5 Goal 2 Students are College and Career Bound MPN is working hand in hand with the SFUSD community school model to ensure Mission students have high attendance rates are proficient in core subjects graduate high school and finish college or earn a vocational certificate or credential. MPN schools include Cesar Chavez Elementary School Bryant Elementary School Everett Middle School and John OConnell High School. Need In our target elementary schools 15 percent of third-graders scored at or above proficiency in English Language Arts and 31 percent of eighth-graders were proficient in math. In high school 40 percent of MPN 12th-graders were four-year college eligible while 75 percent of those college eligible submitted an application. Impact 120 first-grade Chavez Bryant and Sanchez elementary school parents were provided literacy training to use MyON a digital literacy solution at home with their children. Over 400 students participated in high-quality out-of-school-time academically enriching programs through Jamestown and Mission Graduates that align instruction in and out of the classroom. Of these students 88 percent reported learning skills in their after-school program that they do not get to learn anywhere else. The SFUSD Mentoring for Success program had 48 adult volunteers mentor 82 students. The main goal of the program is to ensure that all students feel connected to a trusted adult. Surveys showed that 93 percent of these students reported that there is teacher or an adult at their school that believes in them and their potential for success 44 percent increased their GPA and 28 percent reduced unexcused absences. 2012 2013 2014 68 73 80 80 percent of students at John OConnell High School graduate in four years and the gap between MPN target high school and the district continues to narrow through the work of embedded support. School district data shows that students tend to miss more school as they move up through the grades which can negatively impact school engagement and transition from middle school to high school. On average chronic absenteeism fell nearly 50 percent in MPN schools through the work of Family Success Coaches Community School Coordinators MoveUp MPNs summer transition program Mentoring for Success and on-site wellness staff. 17 9 0.05 0.10 0.15 0.20