Extended Day Program
Envision Children’s Extended Day Program (EDP) provides intensive and interactive small group tutoring sessions in reading and math for students in 1st through 4th grades before and after the regular school day.
The EDP is run in conjunction with a specific school district. It is designed to improve the academic performance of at-risk students.
A student is considered at risk if they have not achieved a score of proficient on the Ohio Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Test in reading and/or mathematics which is usually administered at the start of the academic year.
EDP sessions are run for 60 minutes for 1st and 2nd grade students prior to the start of the school day. EDP sessions are run for 90 minutes for 3rd and 4th grade students following the school day. For both groups the small groups offer a 5:1 - 8:1 student to teacher ratio.
Students are tested two additional times during the school year, once in December and for a final time in mid-March. The EDP is one of two key programs in the Catch Every Child initiative. The two primary objectives of Catch Every Child are:
- 85% of all students enrolled in the program will achieve proficiency at grade level, as measured by the Ohio MAP Test, in reading and math within three academic years.
- 85% of all students enrolled in the program will achieve all A's and B's on their report cards within three academic years.
The other key program in the Catch Every Child initiative is the Academic Summer Enrichment Program, which is an 8-week educational summer day camp.
The EDP is currently being operated exclusively in the Winton Woods City School District.
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