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Provider

Generation Schools Network

Contact Information

Primary

Wendy Loloff Cooper
455 Sherman St
Suite 120
Denver, CO 80203

Phone: 7202990474
Email: wendy@generationschools.org

Secondary

Brittney Ames
455 Sherman St
Suite 120
Denver, CO 80203

Phone: 4086212743
Email: brittney@generationschools.org

General Information

Website: www.generationschools.org
Effectiveness Data: generationschools.org/assets/resourcefiles/gallery/annual%20report%202016_reduced.pdf
Type of Organization: Other
Educational Services Provider
Organization is best described as: Non-Profit
Age of Firm / Number of Years in Operation: 14 years
Level(s) services may be provided: - Elementary
- Middle
- High School
- District
Provides performance guarantees in contract: NO
Educational Services Provided Assessment
Bully Prevention
Comprehensive & Effective Planning
Comprehensive Turnaround Provider
Diagnostic Review
District Culture
Dropout Prevention and Intervention Services
Instruction
Leadership
Organizational Structure and Resources
Professional Development
Program Evaluation Services
School and District Improvement
Student
Family and Community Support
Unified Improvement Planning
21st Century Skills

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in Colorado:

Las Animas School District; Supt. Elsie Goines, (719) 456-0161
Mountain Valley School District; Supt. Travis Garoutte, (719) 655-2578
Manzanola School District; Supt. Tom Wilke, (719) 462-5528
Westgate Community School; Dean of Culture Amanda Novak, 303 452-0967
Primero School District; Supt. Duane Denny, (719) 868-2715
South Conejos School District; Supt. Carla Archuleta, (719) 376-7000
Bennett Elementary School; Principal, Sharon Hebert, (303) 644-3234
Huerfano School District; Supt. Michael Moore, (719) 738-1520
Ignacio School District; Supt. Rocco Fuschetto, rfuschetto@ignacio.k12.co.us
Aguilar School District; Supt. Dr. Stacy Houser, (719) 941-4188
Crowley County School District; Supt. Scott Cuckow, (719) 267-3117
Miami Yoder Elementary School; Principal Sheila Hartley, (719) 478-2186
Career Builder Academy; Dr. Dana Lambert, (719) 546-1740
Bayfield Middle School; Principal Tod Lockey, (970) 884-9592
Archuleta School District; Supt. Linda Reed, (970) 264-2228
Englewood School District; Principal, Dr. Boobie Skaggs, (303) 934-5786

Recent References:

Las Animas School District; Supt. Elsie Goines, (719) 456-0161
Westgate Community School; Dean of Culture Amanda Novak, 303 452-0967
South Conejos School District; Supt. Carla Archuleta, (719) 376-7000
Battelle for Kids - Brad Mitchell, bmitchell@battelleforkids.org
Share Fair Nation - Cheryl Miller, Cheryl.Miller@ShareFairNation.org
South Central BOCES - Henry Roman, (719) 696-9751
Career Builder Academy - Dr. Dana Lambert, (719) 546-1740

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in other states:

Brooklyn Generation School - Principal Lydia Colon-Bomani, lcolonb@schools.nyc.gov
Upper Arlington Schools - Asst. Supt. of Elementary Instruction, Tom Bates, (614) 487-5000
Lake County School District, MS - Supt. Wendy Wyman, wwyman@lakecountyschools.net
Pasadena Independent School District, TX - Vicki Vallet, vvallet@pasadenaisd.org

Qualifications of this Organization (licensure, trademark, etc.):

Generation Schools Network (GSN) has been designated as an Educational Services Provider by CDE in Diagnostic Review, Unified Improvement Planning, and Turnaround Leadership. Additionally, GSN has developed an award winning model that provides cost-effective solutions and training around identifying barriers and challenges, addressing them through the innovation use of time, talent and resources, innovation planning (as needed), data cycles, blended learning, teacher collaborative practice, health and wellness and college/career readiness.

Qualifications of Instructors/ Staff that Provide Services:

GSN employs a diverse staff of former educators and business specialists, including: elementary and middle school principals and superintendents, curriculum developers, literacy specialists, math instructional leaders, exemplary classroom teachers, school founders and start-up specialists, etc. Each project will employ a qualified team that has the expert qualifications and experience needed to analyze and implement effective achievement strategies in the designated geography.

Cost:

An estimate will be provided pending a service analysis.

Explanation of how we are able to provide differentiated services to meet the individual needs of schools and districts.

GSN recognizes that each school has its own unique strengths and challenges. As such, GSN utilizes a team process in which leaders and teachers join in a cohesive approach to use tools, strategies, and resources to determine what students know, identify gaps in understanding, create strategies and provide PD and coaching support to modify instruction, and actively engage students in their learning which translates to gains in student achievement. GSN will support the work by incorporating guiding questions to promote continued dialogue among staff members, and help them evaluate the implementation of crucial action steps to encourage continuous improvement in school, district and student achievement. This support will include ongoing data analysis, monitoring and sharing with all key stakeholders. Additionally, GSN has developed a network of educational partners that can contribute to the service needed in response to needs identified through the DR/UIP process. These cohesive partnerships utilize the best of everyone's resources and experience to deliver a program that meets the needs of all staff, students and the school's communities.

How will we evaluate our services and support to schools and districts and its effectiveness in school/ district/ student achievement?

GSN staff will use interim benchmarking between check-in visits to continue to evaluate the effectiveness of the program, and where applicable, will utilize a data specialist to help monitor progress data. Additionally, GSN will use monitoring tools, such as student and staff evaluation surveys, a project management program, and timely phone calls and remote and on-site meetings to ensure school and district staff/student satisfaction.

Sample of services offered for a school or district:

Under 500 Students:

Time, Talent and Resources Evaluation and Solutions
Turnaround Leadership Coaching, Programming and Professional Development
Diagnostic Review and Unified Improvement Planning
Social Emotional Learning Professional Development and Curricular Resources
Drop Out Prevention and Intervention Services
Family and Community Volunteer Engagement Resources and Professional Development
21st Century Skills
Career and College Readiness Programming

500-1000 Students:

Time, Talent and Resources Evaluation and Solutions
Turnaround Leadership Coaching, Programming and Professional Development
Diagnostic Review and Unified Improvement Planning
Social Emotional Learning Professional Development and Curricular Resources
Drop Out Prevention and Intervention Services
Family and Community Volunteer Engagement Resources and Professional Development
21st Century Skills
Career and College Readiness Programming

1000+ Students:

Time, Talent and Resources Evaluation and Solutions
Turnaround Leadership Coaching, Programming and Professional Development
Diagnostic Review and Unified Improvement Planning
Social Emotional Learning Professional Development and Curricular Resources
Drop Out Prevention and Intervention Services
Family and Community Volunteer Engagement Resources and Professional Development
21st Century Skills
Career and College Readiness Programming

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