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2016 ANNUAL REPORT


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Introduction Our Mission Our Core Values Letter from the Executive Director and Board Chair Our Approach Making East Harlem Blue

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After-School and Summer Programs Elementary Program Middle School Program University Program

CONTACT US

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Family Programs and Social Services

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College Scholars

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Thank You To Our Staff & Volunteers

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East Harlem Scholars Academies

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East Harlem Teaching Residency

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Campaign for East Harlem

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East Harlem Tutorial Program

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By The Numbers

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Supporters

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OUR MISSION East Harlem Tutorial Program prepares students with the academic skills, strength of character, and emotional well-being to excel in high school and college, lead in their communities, and realize their best possible selves.

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OUR CORE VALUES

S C H O L A R

SERVICE We embrace opportunities to help others. We appreciate and learn about our community and the world in which we live.

COURAGE We challenge ourselves to take risks, to persevere, and to question the status quo.

HUMILITY We apologize for our mistakes and seek to improve our shortcomings.

ORIGINALITY We embrace our individuality and celebrate the diversity of all others around us.

LEADERSHIP We seize opportunities to lead and always demonstrate strong moral character. We treat others as we wish to be treated.

ACHIEVEMENT We expect the best of ourselves at all times. We pursue knowledge and excellence.

REFLECTION We cherish moments to step back, consider our actions, and plan for a better tomorrow.


LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND BOARD CHAIR Dear Friends, What a year this has been for East Harlem Tutorial Program! With your support, we are providing an even greater number of residents of East Harlem with a safe and supportive environment where students and families can learn, explore, and realize their best possible selves.

Jeffrey Ginsburg

During 2016, we eagerly watched the construction of our new blue building - the East Harlem Education Center - at 2050 Second Avenue. This beautiful 50,000 square foot space will open in August 2017 ready to welcome East Harlem Scholars Academy Elementary School, our first class of East Harlem Scholars Academy Middle School, and our high school after-school program. Additionally, the building will provide state-of-the art classrooms, a gym, library, science lab, and community spaces. This new building is made possible by all the generous donors who supported The Campaign for East Harlem, our $45 million campaign that funded the building as well as a Growth Fund to expand after-school programs and East Harlem Scholars Academies; invest in the College Scholars program; and build our operational reserves. Throughout the year, we continued to offer our full-range of educational programs year-round at no cost to our students and families. We reached more than 1,500 scholars through our after-school and College Scholars program, and public charter schools, East Harlem Scholars Academies, and hundreds more through the impact of the graduates of our East Harlem Teaching Residency.

Joan Solotar “We are determined to do more for East Harlem – supporting our scholars to get into and graduate from college – and doing more to reach those students we don’t yet serve."

We are seeing important results. In a community where 28 percent of residents have a college degree, 100 percent of EHTP high school seniors were admitted to a two- or four-year college and 69 percent of College Scholars are on track to graduate from a four-year or two-year institution – seven times the national average for students from low-income households. Finally, during the year, we also created a strategic plan for the next five years, engaging the entire EHTP community in in-depth research, analysis, and planning sessions. We are proud to announce that we are on a firm path to reaching 20 percent of East Harlem students by 2026. We have come a long way from our beginning as a small children’s reading group held in a resident’s living room. But our work is not yet finished. We are determined to do more for East Harlem – supporting our scholars to get into and graduate from college – and doing more to reach those students we don’t yet serve. On behalf of our teachers, staff, volunteers, and all our families, thank you for your support. We look forward to continuing this important work together.

Jeffrey Ginsburg Executive Director

Joan Solotar Board Chair

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OUR APPROACH

EHTP aims to transform educational outcomes for East Harlem students by operating a network of public charter schools and comprehensive after-school and summer programs and by providing ongoing mentoring for students through college graduation. EHTP also created the East Harlem Teaching Residency to prepare more highly effective educators for East Harlem.

K TO 12 AFTER-SCHOOL & SUMMER PROGRAMS Community-based programs for district school students build academic skills and foster social-emotional growth to ensure college readiness, access, and success.

PRE-K TO 12 PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS Scholars Academy Scholars Academy Middle School (opens 2016)

Scholars Academy II Scholars Academy II Middle School (opens 2018)

Scholars Academy High School (opens 2019)

COLLEGE SCHOLARS

EAST HARLEM TEACHING RESIDENCY

College Scholars supports post-secondary matriculation, graduation, and career readiness.

The Residency creates a pipeline of prepared, mission-driven educators in partnership with Hunter College and AmeriCorps.

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MAKING EAST HARLEM BLUE

This map of Manhattan is what drives us in our work to transform outcomes for the children of East Harlem. In the blue shaded areas, residents have a high percentage of college completion and unemployment is low. For families in East Harlem (the yellow section of the map), there are broad and far-reaching consequences of living in an under­served and under-resourced community. Our goal is to turn East Harlem blue.

MOST COMMON LEVEL OF EDUCATION AMONG ADULTS 25 YEARS AND OVER

East Harlem

Advanced degree Bachelor’s degree Some college or Associate’s degree High school diploma/GED Less than high school No data available

Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-10 American Community Survey 5-year Estimates

28

of East Harlem residents have a college degree

69

%

26

of East Harlem residents have not completed high school

96

%

%

%

of EHTP’s College Scholars are on track to graduate from college or university of EHTP’s high school scholars have graduated high school over the last 4 years

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AFTER-SCHOOL & SUMMER PROGRAMS Tuition-free after-school and summer programs ensure college readiness, access, and success for students in traditional public schools in East Harlem. Classroom-based instruction in math and ELA plus consistent homework help build a foundation for our scholars, preparing them to take part in academic electives — robotics, creative writing, theater, and more — that spark new interests and build self-confidence.


ELEMENTARY PROGRAM GRADES K TO 5

EMPHASIS ON Math, Literacy, Enrichment Activities

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EHTP’s Elementary Program (EP) supports the gateway skills students need the most during their academic careers: math and English Language Arts (ELA). Students participate in a range of activities that build their social-emotional and critical thinking skills, as well as encourage their creativity and curiosity.

Students Served

100% of scholars who were

performing far below grade level on target Common Core writing standards in November approached or were at grade level by May 2016

80% of students in

grades K-2 who were “approaching grade level” in math were “at or above grade level” by May 2016

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF

AN ELEMENTARY PROGRAM STUDENT 3:00-3:30 Snack/Start Homework Students arrive and eat a healthy snack. They may start their homework independently or with a teacher (an East Harlem Teaching Resident), assistant teacher, or volunteer. 3:30-3:45 Family Meeting Family Meeting happens every day in every EHTP classroom and is an opportunity for scholars to recognize each other’s achievements and build core values together. 3:45-4:30 Math Curriculum is Common Core-aligned and reinforces school-day learning. Once a week, students participate in art rather than math or ELA. 4:30-5:15 ELA - Reading Teaching Residents teach creative writing and reading through interactive read-aloud activities and guided reading. 5:15-6:00 Homework Small class sizes (~20 students) ensure a low student-to-teacher ratio - every student receives the support he or she needs. Saturday morning volunteers provide students with extra help.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM GRADES 6 TO 8

EMPHASIS ON STEM, Literacy, SocialEmotional Development

In middle school, students receive small-group, targeted tutoring provided by staff and volunteers to build core academic skills in math, science, ELA, and social studies. They also take part in EHTP’s elective courses, which give students the opportunity to try something new, discover a passion, and build social-emotional skills. In 8th grade, scholars receive intensive support, including a weekly workshop, to support them through the high school admissions process.

133

Scholars Served & 21 Schools Represented

88% of 8th

grade after-school scholars gained admission to EHTP-approved college preparatory high schools.

William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2016 Theater Production

ELECTIVE OFFERINGS Poetic Justice Journal writing and poetry encourage students to express their views about social justice issues. Computer Science EHTP uses Google CS First, a curriculum designed to introduce students to computer science. Chess Students use strategy and logic while building team unity as they compete in city-wide tournaments. Theater Taught by Broadway actors, this elective puts our scholars center stage.

“An insight I gained from my theater class that I’ve brought into the classroom is the value of positive self-talk.” - Skylah | 8th Grade Scholar

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UNIVERSITY PROGRAM

EHTP’s University Program (UP) offers programming in two distinct areas: academic enrichment and comprehensive college admissions support.

GRADES 9 TO 12

EMPHASIS ON STEM, Literacy, College Prep

157

Students Served

ROBOTICS

Most Popular Elective

100% of EHTP’s class were

admitted to a 2 or 4 year college since the College Mentoring Program was implemented 5 years ago

ACADEMICS In UP, scholars choose from a number of electives designed to improve their academic skills and support an area of interest or potential career path. STEM Beginning with Intro to STEM in 9th grade, scholars take increasingly challenging courses to prepare them for more advanced work in MedAchieve, robotics, and college. Robotics By building a robot to compete throughout the spring, students in 10th to 12th grade are empowered to become future leaders in engineering and technology. MedAchieve Aspiring pre-med scholars gain hands-on lab experience with medical students and professionals through our partnership with Touro College. Media Studies Through an immersive curriculum with Tribeca Teaches, students produce short films to be screened at the annual Tribeca Film Festival.

COLLEGE ACCESS & SUCCESS

SUMMER INSTITUTE

Our scholars receive college guidance through structured classes and one-on-one relationships. EHTP supports all aspects of college admissions, including:

High school students participate in Summer Institute, a five-week program that includes rigorous, college-prepatory coursework in STEM and writing and guidance to build social-emotional skills needed for college success. To close the summer, scholars experience college life firsthand through partcipation in a one-week college trip (most recently American University) where they stay in dorms, take classes in lecture halls, and visit cultural and historic landmarks.

High school credit accumulation tracking SAT preparation College application assistance Financial aid coordination Mentoring Every rising high school senior is paired with a volunteer mentor to support them in navigating the college application process from start to finish.

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CONGRATULATIONS

TO OUR GRADUATING CLASS OF 2016! Nabed Ahmed

Fordham University

Yeiny Moreno

Smith College

Mohamed Alharbi

SUNY New Paltz

Cornelio Munoz

BMCC

Nichole Almanzar

Haverford College

Joshua Patterson

Guttman Community College

Sage Chase

University of Buffalo

David Pineda

Baruch College

Ryan Chen

Medgar Evers College

Angela Ramirez

Fordham University

Angelique Clark

SUNY Cobleskill

Leslie Rescalvo

LaGuardia Community College

Felipe Coatl

Baruch College

Anthony Rivera

Brandeis University

Leticia Fernandez

Guttman Community College

Louis Rodriguez

City College

Edwin Flores

City Tech

April Santos

John Jay College

Md Islam

New York University

Victoria Saravia

Ursinis College

Shaquelle Levy

Hamilton College

Jazzmin Simon

Lafayette College

Marco Suarez

City College

Penelope Martinez Mercy College Angelica Mesa

York College

Samantha Urena

SUNY Albany

Jordy Miranda

John Jay College

Tamara Vanegas

Fordham University

Abigail Morales

Medgar Evers College

Jayden Vega

SUNY Albany

“I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions.” - Dr. Stephen Covey Author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People


FAMILY PROGRAMS AND SOCIAL SERVICES

College readiness, access, and success is about more than providing targeted academic intervention — that’s why we implement a socialemotional curriculum with our students and build relationships with every family to provide comprehensive social work services. Services include facilitated discussion groups where students can discuss relationships, health, and identity. Families can access ESL classes, workshops on topics like bullying, and short-term or long-term counseling. The result is a community where families feel welcomed, connected, valued, and heard.

IN THE LAST YEAR

490

Family members attended Family Engagement workshops

Programs and Services Monthly Family Council Meetings Annual Health Fair “Real Talk” Sessions for middle and high school students Social Skills Group Sessions for 4th and 5th graders

NAVIGATING SCHOOL ADMISSIONS PROGRAM FOR FAMILIES Students who attend high-quality middle and high schools are better positioned to achieve college success. But for many families, identifying their child’s best fit school — from 400+ high schools in New York City — then navigating a lengthy admissions process, is a complex and time-consuming effort. In 2016, EHTP allocated staff time and resources to supporting scholars and families throughout the process — from finding the right school, to enrolling on time.

“Watching my daughter receive one-on-one support from EHTP during a critical period in her life brought about a sense of security for our entire family at a time when we needed it most. I can’t wait to watch her thrive in college.” - Miriam | Parent

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COLLEGE SCHOLARS

2 OR 4 YEAR DEGREE PROGRAMS

Because students from low-income households and particularly students of color face systemic barriers to college completion, EHTP developed the College Scholars program. Through the program our scholars stay connected to staff, mentors, and each other. They receive on-site and remote support and are empowered with the knowledge and network they need to navigate the complexities of higher education, stay on track to graduation, and prepare for careers.

WHAT CHALLENGES DOES THE COLLEGE SCHOLARS PROGRAM ADDRESS? Challenges

Our Response

College Mismatch

College mentoring and individualized college counseling

Financial Difficulties

Laptop computer, semi-annual book stipends, and scholarships

Lagging Skills

Academic advising and support navigating campus resources

Isolation & Homesickness

Workshops and social events to stay connected to EHTP and each other

Family Responsibility

Social services, counseling, and opportunities for families to gather

COLLEGE GRADUATION RATES BY DEMOGRAPHY 100% 90%

69%

80%

77%

70%

0%

Starting Population

Enroll In College

Graduate From College by 24

100%

68%

32%

100%

81%

77%

100%

52%

9%

All U.S. Students

TopIncome Quartile

BottomIncome Quartile

College Scholars have graduated or are on-track to graduate at a rate the national average

60% 50%

32% OF ALL U.S. STUDENTS EARN A COLLEGE DEGREE. ONLY 9% OF LOW-INCOME STUDENTS DO.

9% Low-income Students

11% First-generation EHTP College Students Scholars*

for students from low-income households High-income Students

Scholar is on-track to graduate from a 4-year or 2-year institution on time (4-6 years or 2-4 years, respectively) *Average on-track rate for students enrolled in College Scholars, 2011-2014

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VOLUNTEERS

On behalf of EHTP’s scholars, families, Trustees, and supporters, we extend a sincere thank you to our dedicated volunteers. Each day, every member of our extraordinary volunteer team arrives to our programs prepared to make a lasting impact on the East Harlem community through a relentless commitment to educational equity. With the help of our volunteers, we are changing the odds and preparing our scholars to get to, and through, college.

THANK YOU TO OUR 300+ VOLUNTEERS! Tutor | Mentor | Homework Helper | Friend

“When I see students begin to grasp concepts they were previously struggling with, I realize the impact that patience and encouragement can have on a student who is willing to learn and improve.” - Nickaurys | Volunteer


EAST HARLEM SCHOLARS ACADEMIES East Harlem Scholars Academies are public charter schools that equip students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to excel.


WHAT WE BELIEVE

EVERY CHILD

RESULTS MATTER

MORE TIME

We work to ensure every scholar reaches his or her highest possible level of achievement.

We work in a data-driven teaching environment and develop strategies based on research.

To practice and master new skills, our school days and year are extended to give scholars all the time they need.

GENUINE PARTNERSHIPS

DEEP CULTURE

GREAT TEACHERS

We engage scholars, parents, families, staff, and our neighborhood to ensure success for our scholars.

We build a culture of learning, respect, kindness, and service for our scholars and staff.

We hire, train, and retain only the most qualified and invested teachers.


EAST HARLEM SCHOLARS ACADEMIES

Scholars Academies serve a diverse community of learners with a studentcentered approach that emphasizes both academic excellence and socialemotional development. We use a co-teaching model in every classrom, which gives educators the time and space to provide differentiated instruction, small group learning, and strategic, data-based interventions.

Scholars Academy I 335 K to 4 Scholars

Recognizing that every child has different learning needs, Scholars Academies provide a wide range of services and supports including academic intervention specialists, curriculum specialists, and coaches to help drive instruction and assessments, as well as provide ongoing professional development, classroom observations, and coaching.

Scholars Academy II 234 K to 4 Scholars Both schools will grow by a grade each year, ultimately serving grades K-12.

Families are our critical partners with students and teachers. Their input is encouraged, valued, and incorporated.

95% of families are happy with their choice to enroll their child in East Harlem Scholars Academies

2nd grade scholars meeting or exceeding ambitious goals in reading

97% of families feel that our schools hold high expectations for their child

47%

Results on the 2016 New York State tests showed our students are on track to being college ready! We are now among the top schools in New York State in math (our third grade is in the top 10%!) after just five years of operation.

SEPTEMBER OF 2015 Beginning of Term

79%

MAY OF 2016 End of Term

Physical Education, Music, Spanish, Art, Computer Skills 88% of 4th grade scholars passed the New York State Assessment in Science

Our extended day model allows our scholars extra time to develop new skills. A typical school day runs from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. On Fridays, classrooms dismiss to optional after-school programs so that our faculty and staff can take part in robust professional development.

“With the support of our staff members, our families, and the community of East Harlem, our scholars develop their self-belief. They build confidence as they persevere through every classroom challenge. Most importantly, our scholars believe in their own potential - developing a vision for their future and becoming their best possible selves along the way.“ - Cheyenne | Founding Principal, Managing Director

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EAST HARLEM TEACHING RESIDENCY

The East Harlem Teaching Residency, in partnership with Hunter College School of Education and AmeriCorps, is a highly selective 14-month teacher-training program that develops, supports, and certifies aspiring educators to become elementary teachers in New York. By combining a student teaching placement at Scholars Academies, the opportunity to lead their own after-school classrooms, and coursework towards a master’s degree, Residents graduate fully prepared for the rigors of teaching. This innovative pathway attracts a cohort of residents who are mission-driven, diverse, and passionate about transforming educational outcomes for East Harlem students.

THE TEACHING RESIDENCY MODEL

THEORY

SUPPORT

PRACTICE

Master’s degree in childhood education

Coaching, mentoring, & cohort-based learning

Lead instruction in after-school classrooms

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN

EAST HARLEM TEACHING RESIDENT Mornings Assignments with experienced Scholars Academies teachers Graduate coursework at Hunter College Afternoons Planning and preparation for Elementary Program after-school classroom Mentoring or coaching meetings Late Afternoons Lead Teacher in Elementary Program after-school classroom Whole group professional development

In

2016 11

out of

11

East Harlem Teaching Residents

continued in the field of education after they completed the program

“The East Harlem Teaching Residency program prepared me for my future career as a teacher. As a resident, I learned how to engage and lead a classroom and shared an immersive training experience with other like-minded educators who want to make a positive impact in East Harlem classrooms. As I neared graduation, I was ecstatic to find out I had landed a role at Scholars Academies as the new Kindergarten teacher.� - Paige | Teaching Resident

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THE CAMPAIGN FOR EAST HARLEM

In 2014, EHTP launched the $45 million Campaign for East Harlem. The Campaign will help support over 2,000 scholars annually through every step of their education.

“I can relate very much to kids who grow up in a home where there aren’t a lot of educational opportunities. I want the students of East Harlem to get the same opportunities that are available to so many other kids.”

$30 MILLION EAST HARLEM EDUCATION CENTER

- Marilyn Simons EHTP Board Member

The Growth Fund will allocate $6 million to expand EHTP’s after-school and charter schools, invest $3 million in our College Scholars program to help future high school graduates finish college, and dedicate $6 million towards building our operational reserves.

Our plan includes a new 50,000 square-foot comprehensive learning center at the corner of 105th Street and Second Avenue. In addition to housing after-school programs and community spaces, the center will provide a permanent home for our first public charter school, East Harlem Scholars Academy.

$15 MILLION GROWTH FUND

THE CHALLENGE Philanthropist and EHTP Board Member Marilyn Simons and her husband Jim have made a $15 million investment in EHTP – among the top five individual gifts awarded to New York City K to 12 public education, and the largest ever to East Harlem. This gift will match public and private donations dollar-for-dollar up to $15 million.

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January

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April

07

July

85%

COMPLETE

10

October

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EAST HARLEM TUTORIAL PROGRAM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Jeffrey Ginsburg

EAST HARLEM TUTORIAL PROGRAM BOARD OF TRUSTEES Joan Solotar, Chair Mark Casella K. Don Cornwell William French, Jr. Brian Gavin Laurie J. Giddins Jamie Kiggen Hope Knight Lili Lynton Mary W. Mackintosh John McMonagle Jonathan Pollack Stephen Rabinowitz William D. Rahm Kenney Robinson Andrew Tucker Robert van Brugge Tom Webber

EAST HARLEM SCHOLARS ACADEMY BOARD OF TRUSTEES Joan Solotar, Chair Iris Chen Brian Gavin Jamie Kiggen Lili Lynton Carlos Morales Marilyn Simons Tom Webber David Wildermuth

FOUNDERS CIRCLE Helen Webber, Founder John R. Blaney Betsy Blumenthal Edward Conway, M.D. Joyce B. Dinkins Rev. Norman Eddy Walter M. Higley II Linda Katzenbach Mary D. Lindsay Mildred Marshall Delethia Miles Warren Simmons Calvin Trillin David Van Pelt David F. A. Walker Virginia Walther Olivia H. Williams

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL Andrew J. Bellas Carolina Esquenazi-Shaio Cindy Gavin Steve Hutensky Miki L. Kagan John Petry Sarah Dudley Plimpton Jonathan Reiss Gayle F. Robinson Chris Sanborn David Schnadig Bill Wilson

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BY THE NUMBERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Our Board is an integral part of the success of our programs and schools, and supports our mission in myriad ways. They fundraise, leverage their professional expertise to advise the organization, and have fiduciary and governing responsibility. They are actively engaged in what we do — from participating in after-school events to hitting the court for our annual Corporate Basketball Tournament.

OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME PROGRAMS INCOME ANALYSIS FY16 | $5,027,602 Events $3,078,565

10%

Institutions $646,460

13% 16%

61%

Individual Gifts $791,865 Government, Intermediaries $510,712

EXPENSE ANALYSIS FY16 | $4,222,112 Programs $3,140,331

13%

Fundraising 544,846

13%

74%

General & Administrative $536,935

SCHOLARS ACADEMIES INCOME ANALYSIS FY16 | $10,792,817

8%

4%

Department of Education per Pupil $9,450,248

EXPENSE ANALYSIS FY16 | $10,861,831 Programs $9,828,900

7% 3%

Fundraising $292,226

Government Grants $862,569

88%

Private Support $480,000

90%

General & Administrative $740,705

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SUPPORTERS 105TH STREET SOCIETY $105,000+ The Altman Foundation Department of Youth and Child Development Cassie & William Rahm Lili Lynton and Michael Ryan Robin Hood Foundation Marilyn and James Simons Judith and Andrew Tucker Gail and Robert van Brugge Maria and David Wildermuth

SECOND AVENUE SOCIETY $50,000-$104,999 Shari and Jeffrey Aronson The Blackstone Charitable Foundation The Blackstone Group Ann and Mark Casella Charles Hayden Foundation K. Don Cornwell Joel Frank Cindy and Brian Gavin Judith Gibbons and Francesco Scattone Goldman Sachs & Co. Mindy and Jonathan Gray Beatriz Cardenas McMonagle and John McMonagle Jill Oberlander and Laurence Penn The Price Family Foundation, Inc. PwC Lori and David Schnadig Kent C. Simons Joan S. Solotar Julia Steiman and Ron Sion William Randolph Hearst Foundation

HELEN’S CLUB $25,000-$49,999 AllianceBernstein LP Aon Risk Solutions Eileen and Lowell Aptman Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation Deloitte & Touche, LLP Duff & Phelps, LLC Elisabeth C. Dudley Fidelity National Title Insurance Company

We are grateful for the many individuals and organizations that support our vision for East Harlem.

The Frances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund Glenview Capital Management Greenberg Traurig HSBC Bank USA, N.A. Andrea and Jeffrey Lomasky Maximus Capital Jane and Daniel Och Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of NY, Inc. PwC Charitable Foundation Shearman & Sterling Teagle Foundation

INVESTOR $15,000-$24,999 Citigroup, Inc. Credit Suisse Americas Debevoise & Plimpton Debra Fine and Martin Schneider Eastdil Secured, LLC Eric Feuerstein Ernst & Young First Republic Bank Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Hyde and Watson Foundation Jean and Louis Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. John Finley Miki L. Kagan & Sheldon F. Werdiger Mary D. Lindsay Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP MUFG RBC Capital Markets Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Sard Verbinnen & Co. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Stacy and Jonathan Pollack State Street UBS Financial Services

BENEFACTOR $5,000-$14,999 Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld Bank of America Stacia and David Blake

Bloomberg Canada Dry Bottling Company of NY Russell Carson Neil A. Clark Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton Carolina Esquenazi-Shaio and Jared Friedberg Fierce Government Relations GE Capital Kathryn George and William Tyree Hanover Street Capital Hardcastle Trading USA LLC. Heather Podesta + Partners, LLC Libby Holman Foundation, Inc. JPMorgan Chase Bank K.E.D.S. Foundation, Inc. Arthur L. Loeb The Arthur Loeb Foundation Patty and Joe Lynett Ian and Eleanor Mactaggart Sherri and Brett Miller Alex and Greg Mondre Lori and Michael Nash New York Community Trust Katheryn Patterson and Thomas Kempner Samantha Perelman John Petry The Pine Tree Foundation of New York Mindy and Paul Pressler Suzie and Stephen Rabinowitz Ropes & Gray LLP Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP Ram Sundaram Teamsters Local Union No. 812 Merryl H. Tisch Tourmaline Partners Liselotte and Robin Vince Michael Vranos Sara and Scott Weiner Wellfleet Foundation Christine and David Windreich

PATRON $2,500 - $4,999 Nancy and Andrew Adelson Amicus Amico Foundation Angelo, Gordon, and Co., LP Atlas Capital Group, LLC Stacy Bash-Polley

Wendy Belzberg and Strauss Zelnick Allen H. & Selma W. Berkman Charitable Trust BlackRock Natalie and John Blaney Paula and Adam Block Gretchen and Stephen Burke Gary Butler Marie and Octavio Cabrera Monica Cady Ken and Debra Caplan Cecily M. Carson Cerberus Capital Management, LP Julie and Frank Cohen Con Edison EZE Software The Cowles Charitable Trust Joshua Crane Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP Nick DeMartini Jean-Marc Donics Andrew Farkas Fi-Tek, LLC Stephan Forstmann Betsy and Dario Galindo Grant Thornton LLP Rob Harper John A. Hartford Foundation, Inc. Heckscher Foundation for Children Kenneth Hertz Justin Hirs Barbara and Amos Hostetter Linda and Jeremiah Hubeny Amie and Tony James Tim Johnson Jones Day Lisa Kadin and William Spiegel Osman Khan Hope Knight and Steven Umlauf Benjamin V. Lambert Brian J. Lee Gwen Libstag Allison Koffman and Jeffrey Lipsitz Margaret and Daniel Loeb Mary and Stuart Mackintosh Nandana Sen and John Makinson Roy March Jessica Marinaccio Josh Mason Joanne and Douglas Mason Rosemary J. McClare

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Colin McGranahan Jeanette and A. Mervyn Mandelbaum Metem Corporation Christina Minnis Kate and Connor Monaghan The Muse Educational Foundation Michelle and Michael Najjar Bruna Papandrea and Steve Hutensky Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP Performance Management Group, LLC Perkins Eastman Verdun S. Perry Pershing Square Capital Management, LP Steve Plavin Lisa and Richard Plepler Sarah Dudley Plimpton Presidio Networked Solutions, Inc. Valerie and Michael Puglisi Gayle F. Robinson Steven Rotter May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc. Jeff Schoenfeld Mary and Dwight Scott SEI Share Our Strength Societe Generale Spruce Capital Partners Sullivan & Cromwell LLP Esme Usdan and James Snyder Claire and D. Michael Van Konynenburg Ed Weber Wells Fargo Anita and Byron Wien Karen and B. John Williams Winston & Strawn LLP Sara Perkins and Zahir Zaveri Marc S. Zeplin

FRIEND $1,000-$2,499 The A to Z Impact Fun Abby & George O'Neill Trust Accordion Partners LLC James Ajello Danielle and Drew Anderman Amber Capital Archegos Capital Management, LLC Michael Barasch Richard G Barry Jr.

Nina Beattie and Michael Eberstadt Judy and Steve Benardete Fran Bermanzohn Bleema and William Bershad Erin Blakeley and Jeffrey Ginsburg Brendan and Claudia Boyle Ingrid and Jeffrey Bruce Katherine Bruce Jane and Charles Cahn Witcliff Cammock Abigail A. Canfield Julie and Joesph Canty Peter Carman Brigitte and Evan Carzis Adam Casella Glen Cho Civic Builders Galia and Adam Clemens Shannon and Wayne Cohen Carla and Robert Conaty Joseph Cosentino Samantha and Robert Crabtree Charles S. Craig Dolors and Paul Cusson Susan and Lawrence Daniels Josephine Darretta Daniel Darretta Ellen and Michael Diamant Eric Diamond John Doherty Ian Duke Pamela Endreny The Environmental Learning Center, Inc. Anthony Fasano Julie and Maurice Fingeret Matt Fremont-Smith George Gallagher Lisa and Perry Gershon Laurie Giddins Nichola Tucker Gray and Peter Gray Marni and Bruce Gutkin Nancy Newcomb and John Hargraves Justin Hirs Kathleen Hogan Lori Beth Horowitz and David Schwartz John and Arlene Howard IBM Corporation ING Financial Services LLC Stacy Jacobs and Richard Westreich Miki Kagan and Sheldon Werdiger Susan and Michael Katzke Elizabeth and Dean Kehler Susan and Michael Kerr

Matteo Kinnicutt Marci Klein Gary Kleinau Philip P. Korot Nancy and Michael Lascher Susan J. Leader Nyssa and Chris Lee Stacey and Dan Levitan Christine and John Lindholm Christine and Joseph Link Barbara Lurie Linda and Donald MacKinnon Manuel G. Marinas Elizabeth and Bryce Markus Samuel May Kathleen McCarthy and Matthew Baldwin Nadeem Meghji Laurie and Jeff Meskin Metzger-Price Fund Allison and Roberto Mignone Darcy Miller and Andrew Nussbaum Theresa and Peter Mohan Carlos Morales Sylvia Moss Eric Muller Nancy Newcomb and John Hargraves Amanda and Ned Offit Heather Olson and Glenn Crotty Cathy and Simon Orme Jeffrey Peltier Carol Penn Stephanie and Logan Perez-Gurri Jeff Perlmutter Mindy and Paul Pressler Susan and David Rahm Alexandra Lyddane Rains and Winston Rains Alissa Reiner and Trace McCreary RFR Holding LLC Elizabeth and Bradley Robins Brian Roff Samuel W. Rosenblatt Rachel and Jonathan Rosenfeld Royal Abstract of New York Richard D. Ryan Terrance Ryan Amber and Michael Sabat Shireen and John Sabat Pam and Scott Schafler Michelle and Edwin Schall Susan and Stephen Scherr Mindy Schneider and Michael Lesser Wendy and Stephen Shalen

Pam and Adam Shapiro Matthew Shendell Kathleen Skero Pamela and Marc Sole Peter Song Adam Spies Esta Stecher Kevin Stone Kristen Sullivan Matthew Tambellini Kasey Thompson Kate and Randolph Thornton Paul Trotta Paula Wardynski Andrea and Thomas Webber Helen Webber Maureen and Joseph Wekselblatt William Wilson Jean and Richard Witmer Donna and Isaac Zion Rosanna and Antonio Zumbo

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East Harlem Tutorial Program 2016 Annual Report  
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