The Success Program removes non-cognitive barriers to learning by building bridges between home, school, and community to improve school success and self-reliance.
The Success Program grew out of the successful development and implementation of the Lakota Success Program which started in 2003. The Success Program is currently serving the following school districts:
- Edgewood City Schools
- Fairfield City Schools
- Hamilton City Schools
- Lakota Local Schools
- Madison Local Schools
- Middletown City Schools
- Monroe Local Schools
- New Miami Local Schools
- Talawanda Schools
- Eaton Community Schools
- National Trail Local Schools
- Preble Shawnee Local Schools
- Tri-County North Schools
- Twin Valley South Community Schools
The Success Program has developed and implemented programs and service strategies that reflect a multi-faceted, collaborative model. The Success Program has provided identification of and access to a wide range of health and human services. Development of specific skills critical to the formation and maintenance of self-sufficiency and intact families, parent/family engagement and involvement in meeting the needs of children in ways that do not compromise parents’ employment are important pieces of the program. Community partnerships complete the scope of the model.
The employment of the Community School Liaisons to work with school, family and community is the cornerstone of the Success Program. The Community School Liaisons are each assigned to a district and specific school buildings. They develop relationships with school staff, parents and guardians, and community partners to make great things happen for kids.
Our list of community partners is too lengthy to name. Without them, the continued success of the Success Program would not be possible.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact:
Cari Wynne : 513-887-5505.