Outcomes

Short Term:

ACADEMICS: Improved academics and learning

ATTENDANCE: Decreased truancy and student absences related to health condition or family function.

BEHAVIOR: Decreased need for behavioral intervention in the school environment

PHYSICAL/SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL HEALTH: Increased access to physical, social/emotional and mental health assistance for students and families.

FAMILY ENGAGEMENT: Parents are empowered to serve as partners-not only in their children’s education-but in school-wide improvement

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT:community invested in the student’s and school’s success. Strategic partnerships are formed between the school, local businesses, and non-profits.

Long Term:

  • Students succeed academically.
  • Students stay in school.
  • Students live and learn in a safe, supportive environment.
  • Students are healthy: physical, socially, and emotionally well.
  • Families are healthier and stronger.

 

OCSN Impact Reports

PDF DocumentOCSN Pilot Year One Report: Provides data from the three pilot schools

PDF DocumentOCSN COVID Response Report: Summarizes needs met and stories of how OCSN Community Schools responded to COVID-19 

PDF DocumentOCSN Monthly Report Totals 2019-20: Summary of all data gathered from OCSN schools from August 2019- through July2020

PDF DocumentOCSN Monthly Report Totals Calendar Year to Date, November 2020

PDF DocumentRead OCSN's most recent monthly report, OCSN's most current measurable data from the Community Schools Manager


The Rand Corporation's new Impact Study provides evidence that Community Schools are effective in increasing graduation rates and student achievement, and in reduce chronic adsenteeism and siciplinary incidents. For more information see the report.