FY’19 Programs and Outcomes The four major components of the Lawrence Family Development, Inc. are: SISU Youth Development Program FY’2019 OUTCOMES: Alternative Youth Alternative Youth Programs Maria del Pilar Quintana Family Center Development Programs 145 Young Adult Lives Impacted 43 Females 102 Males 66 Active LYT Members 38 SWAG Members 16 YouthBuild Members 25 Students completed High School or their HiSET 93 Members received subsidized employment 9 Members were placed in unsubsidized employment 7 Members were enrolled in vocational training programs Citizenship and ESL Classes for adults FY’2019 OUTCOMES: 480 Classroom slots filled 430 Unique individuals 333 Students completed ESL classes 87% ESL students showing improvement 129 Students participated in Citizenship classes 32 6 Immigrant seeking naturalization assistance New US Citizens Endowment and Direct Scholarships for LFDCS graduates FY’2019 OUTCOMES: PFK Scholarship Funds $121, 234 was raised from the Holiday Card donations, parent fundraising, jeans day and donor donations 54 graduates and alumni from the Classes of 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 received scholarships from LFD, Inc. totaling $76,705 $1.78M in scholarships and financial aid was awarded to the Class of 2019 over 4 years RISE Academy/ Lawrence Family Public Academy FY’2019 OUTCOMES: Turnaround Operator For Targeted Assistance 67 students enrolled in K-1 92% K-1 students at or above benchmark 104 students enrolled in K-2 92% LFPA parents attended the K-2 Poetry &Art Show 79 LPS students participated in the RISE Academy LAWRENCE PROSPERA FY’2018–2019 ANNUAL REPORT PAGE 4

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