School Districts

Denmark School District

Be Great Graduate – Tier 3

Phone: (920) 494-7090 ext. 1052

Email Contact: Eric Vanden Heuvel evandenheuvel@bgcgb.org

Website: https://www.bgcgb.org/club-programs/academic-success/

 

Be Great Graduate is a coaching program designed to help students grades 6-12 at risk bridge the difficult gap between middle and high school and ultimately achieve academic success.  Each graduate (Club member) is paired with a graduation coach (trusting, caring adult) who is charged with nurturing and building the relationship to a point where trust is developed.  This relationship is the cornerstone on which the program is built.  The graduation coach is given information about the graduate’s attendance, behavior and academic progress.  This is the basis for weekly meetings that focus on the graduate’s strengths and develops problem solving strategies for areas in need of improvement.  The graduation coach also works to open the lines of communication between the Club, the schools, and home. Ideally, this relationship is maintained for six years until the graduate completes high school.

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast WIsconsin 

Six-Twelve Mentoring – Tier 2

Phone: (920) 498-2227

Email Contact: Mary Malcore-Miller marym@bbbsnew.org info@bbbsnew.org

Website: (http://bbbsnew.org/)

 

The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring develops positive one-to-one relationships that have been proven to have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of youth facing adversity. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, supported matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”). One-to-one mentoring has been proven to help youth avoid risky behaviors such as getting into fights and trying drugs and alcohol, and help them improve their self-confidence, keeping them in school and increasing their likelihood to graduate. A designated match support specialist provides detailed screening and training for the volunteer as well as professional support for the Big, Little, and family. The volunteers are matched with children in both community and school-based settings for a minimum of one year. Matches meet 2-4 times per month and frequent support is provided by the match support specialist throughout the duration of the match. 

 

S. A. P. (Student Assistance Program) – Tier 3

Phone: (920) 436-6800

Email Contact: Angela Steuck asteuck@familyservicesnew.org

Website: http://www.familyservicesnew.org

 

This is a contracted service area, typically deemed as intervention level for more vulnerable youth. This is a “paid” mentor relationship, where staff is typically involved with the identified youth (and his/her family) within the school and/or community setting(s) and focuses on targeted goals around mental health issues, family and environmental struggles, self-care, AODA issues, behavioral management, delinquency, truancy and other key issues often impacting multiple life areas.

 

Green Bay Area Public School District

Be Great Graduate – Tier 3

Phone: (920) 494-7090 ext. 1052

Email Contact: Eric Vanden Heuvel evandenheuvel@bgcgb.org

Website: https://www.bgcgb.org/club-programs/academic-success/

 

Be Great Graduate is a coaching program designed to help students grades 6-12 at risk bridge the difficult gap between middle and high school and ultimately achieve academic success.  Each graduate (Club member) is paired with a graduation coach (trusting, caring adult) who is charged with nurturing and building the relationship to a point where trust is developed.  This relationship is the cornerstone on which the program is built.  The graduation coach is given information about the graduate’s attendance, behavior and academic progress.  This is the basis for weekly meetings that focus on the graduate’s strengths and develops problem solving strategies for areas in need of improvement.  The graduation coach also works to open the lines of communication between the Club, the schools, and home. Ideally, this relationship is maintained for six years until the graduate completes high school.

 

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHEAST WISCONSIN 

SIX-TWELVE MENTORING – TIER 2

Phone: (920) 498-2227

Email Contact: Mary Malcore-Miller marym@bbbsnew.org info@bbbsnew.org

Website: (http://bbbsnew.org/)

 

The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring develops positive one-to-one relationships that have been proven to have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of youth facing adversity. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, supported matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”). One-to-one mentoring has been proven to help youth avoid risky behaviors such as getting into fights and trying drugs and alcohol, and help them improve their self-confidence, keeping them in school and increasing their likelihood to graduate. A designated match support specialist provides detailed screening and training for the volunteer as well as professional support for the Big, Little, and family. The volunteers are matched with children in both community and school-based settings for a minimum of one year. Matches meet 2-4 times per month and frequent support is provided by the match support specialist throughout the duration of the match. 

Howard-Suamico School District

Be Great Graduate – Tier 3

Phone: (920) 494-7090 ext. 1052

Email Contact: Eric Vanden Heuvel evandenheuvel@bgcgb.org

Website: https://www.bgcgb.org/club-programs/academic-success/

 

Be Great Graduate is a coaching program designed to help students grades 6-12 at risk bridge the difficult gap between middle and high school and ultimately achieve academic success.  Each graduate (Club member) is paired with a graduation coach (trusting, caring adult) who is charged with nurturing and building the relationship to a point where trust is developed.  This relationship is the cornerstone on which the program is built.  The graduation coach is given information about the graduate’s attendance, behavior and academic progress.  This is the basis for weekly meetings that focus on the graduate’s strengths and develops problem solving strategies for areas in need of improvement.  The graduation coach also works to open the lines of communication between the Club, the schools, and home. Ideally, this relationship is maintained for six years until the graduate completes high school.

 

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHEAST WISCONSIN 

SIX-TWELVE MENTORING – TIER 2

Phone: (920) 498-2227

Email Contact: Mary Malcore-Miller marym@bbbsnew.org info@bbbsnew.org

Website: (http://bbbsnew.org/)

 

The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring develops positive one-to-one relationships that have been proven to have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of youth facing adversity. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, supported matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”). One-to-one mentoring has been proven to help youth avoid risky behaviors such as getting into fights and trying drugs and alcohol, and help them improve their self-confidence, keeping them in school and increasing their likelihood to graduate. A designated match support specialist provides detailed screening and training for the volunteer as well as professional support for the Big, Little, and family. The volunteers are matched with children in both community and school-based settings for a minimum of one year. Matches meet 2-4 times per month and frequent support is provided by the match support specialist throughout the duration of the match.