Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention (ESD/SVP)
This state-funded program supports collaborative projects that address the problem of school violence through extended school day programs and/or other school violence prevention strategies/resources. These collaborative projects can be initiated either by a school district or by community-based organizations. A comprehensive approach is encouraged which focuses on creating and maintaining a school culture of support, safety and security. Priority is given to high needs school districts since they often have poor school performance and a high frequency of violent incidents.
2012-2013 ESD/SVP Annual Program Report
Please click on the above link to complete the ESD/SVP annual program report.
Must be submitted by August 30, 2013
On October 22 and 23, 2013 the ESD/SVP Coordinator's had their Annual Coordinator's meeting in Albany. The following are the presentations and handouts that were given throughout the day.
Maximizing Parent Involvement ( 870.97 KB)
Dignity for All Students Act: Updates ( 9.57 KB)
The Power of Project Based Learning ( 3.11 MB)
Afterschool Pathfinder is a career-building website for New Yorkers who work with and inspire youth.
Dignity for All Students Act - Resources
Additional ESD/SVP information:
ESD/SVP Fiscal ( 152.0 KB)