Academic Interventions

Academic Interventions

Academic Interventions programs address a central issue many students struggle with: attendance. These programs intervene by addressing the root causes of a student's absences from school by providing resources during and outside of the school day. By working with students and their families, these United Way-funded programs are creating the foundation for a bright future, and creating a path to high school graduation.

Academic Interventions At United Way

  • 8 Funded Programs
  • $503,400 invested in 2016-17
  • Local nonprofits include Greater Omaha Attendance and Learning Services, Communities in Schools of Mid-America Inc, Omaha Home for Boys, Latino Center of the Midlands, Child Saving Institute, Inc, Urban League of Nebraska, Inc. and The Salvation Army-NE

Click the links to learn more about Academic Interventions programs funded by United Way, and to see the Stories of Change made possible by the generosity of so many in our community. Thanks to you, we are Community Strong.

  • Academic Interventions Programs Funded By United Way

    United Way of the Midlands is proud to fund 8 programs in the Academic Interventions area: 

    • Academic Interventions, Greater Omaha Attendance and Learning Services
    • Integrated Student Support, Communities in Schools of Mid-America Inc.
    • Residential Care Education Support Services, Omaha Home for Boys
    • Pathways to Success, Latino Center of the Midlands
    • School and Family Enrichment (SAFE), Child Saving Institute, Inc.
    • Truancy Reduction Program, Urban League of Nebraska, Inc.
    • Violence Prevention and Youthful Offender Re-entry Program, Urban League of Nebraska, Inc.
    • Youth Enrichment Programs/Tutoring Program, The Salvation Army-NE

    This group of programs works closely with students to ensure they stay in school, graduate on-time, and build a foundation for future success. Click read more to learn how.

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