PROGRAMS & Programming for High-Risk Youth The SISU Center provides programming for High-Risk young people, ages living in and around to 24, the City of Lawrence. Programs include YouthBuild Lawrence Alternative Education, the Lawrence Safe and Successful Youth Initiative (SSYI), the SISU Women's Advocacy Group (SWAG), and the Gang Resistance Intervention Team (GRIT). At SISU, young people have access to: HiSET classes—carpentry training— screen printing — case management—street outreach—mental health services—social emotional supports—pro-social recreational activities. 120 Males and 24 Females Received Services - 7 Accessed Mental Health Services - 13 Participated In Education Program - 2 Passed HiSET - 29 Received Subsidized Employment - 6 Placed In Unsubsidized Employment The LFDCS Scholarship fund provides high school scholarships and financial assistance for high achieving graduates of the Lawrence Family Development Charter School. Students attend some of New England’s premier day and boarding schools. Since the scholarship fund began, Lawrence Prospera has awarded $1,154,420 to 309 graduates. 17 graduates from the Class of 2022 received scholarships from the LFDCS Scholarship Fund - $1,839,900 - $84,500 47 Scholarships awarded for 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 graduates 2022 Scholarship Recipients are attending: Academy of Notre Dame Bradford Christian Academy Central Catholic High School Deerfield Academy LAWRENCE PROSPERA FY’2021–2022 ANNUAL REPORT Lowell Catholic High School Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School Pingree School St. John’s Preparatory School PAGE 4

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