Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program FY 2002 CFDA # 84.

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S215E020151 Osage County Interlocal Cooperative 207 East Main Street Hominy, Oklahoma 74035

Project Director: Susan Frazier Email: osagecic@onenet.net (918) 885-2667 (918) 885-6742 Fax

Osage County Interlocal Cooperative was awarded a grant for $ 283,220 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 3 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

S215E020210 Friendship Public Charter School 619 D Street, SE Washington, DC 20001

Project Director: Bronwen Millet Email: bmillet@csss.org (202) 628-8848 (202) 628-8849 Fax

Friendship Public Charter School was awarded a grant for $ 312,033 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 3 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

S215E020145 Tempe Elementary District #3 Henschen 3205 S. Rural Road Tempe, Arizona 85285

Project Director: Cecilia VegaEmail: cvega-he@tempeschools.org (480) 897-6202 (480) 777-0146 Fax

Tempe Elementary District #3 was awarded a grant for $ 399,022 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 4 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

S215E020084 Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency Project Director: Jan Yoder st 729- 21 Street Email: JYoder@aea9.k12.ia.us Bettendorf, Iowa 52722 (563) 344-6315 (563) 359-5967 Fax Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency was awarded a grant for $ 381,840 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 5 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

S215E020129 Community School District 12 1000 Jennings Street Bronx, New York 10460

Project Director: Alan Godlewicz Email: agodlew@nycboe.net (718) 328-2310 (718) 617-9394 Fax

Community School District 12 was awarded a grant for $ 366,642 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 3 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an

opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

S215E020191 Newport-Mesa Unified School District 2985 Bear Street, Bldg. A Costa Mesa, California 92626

Project Director: Christine Jurenka Email: cjurenka@nmusd.k12.ca.us (714) 424-7535 (714) 424-5073 Fax

Newport-Mesa Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 399,559 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 5 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

S215E020072 Dexter Schools 1031 Brown Pilot Lane Dexter, Missouri 63841

Project Director: Betsy Taylor Email: btaylor@sheltonbbs.com (573) 568-3583 (573) 568-3591 Fax

Dexter Schools was awarded a grant for $ 172,442 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in 8 elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.