WHERE ARE THE GAPS?
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Well CDC is trying to understand the issues that face residents and businesses in Middlebury.
Please use the link below to provide feedback on support service gaps that you see present in the neighborhood or ways that you might be able to support the community during this time.
Please take care of yourself and each other.
resources & relationships
Akron Hope seeks to build relationships with students, families, and teachers at Mason CLC to leverage resources, increase family engagement, and provide access to quality, affordable housing. We support Helen Arnold CLC to improve 3rd grade OST (Ohio State Test) scores and increase parent involvement within the school.
Children are better positioned for success if their neighborhoods have quality schools, accessible job opportunities, and safe places for recreation. Lack of stable housing is linked to chronic absenteeism, low test scores, low parent involvement, and classroom turnover. It can discourage students from graduating from high school, prevents upward economic mobility over the long-term, and hinders families from growing lasting community connections that are imperative for physical and mental health. Through the Akron Hope program, The Well CDC seeks to decrease the 61% mobility rate at Mason CLC to 50% over the next 3 years.
Mason CCL 4th Grade IEP student test scores increased by 60% and overall scores increased by 9% with no other interventions.
Helen Arnold CLC 3rd graders scored 3 points higher than the district average and had the highest test scores in the school. 99% of 3rd graders advanced to 4th grade since 2017.
Impacted 3,059 students, 150 teachers, and 1,500+ volunteers since 2016.