Annual Report - the Extra Mile Education Foundation

Annual Report - the Extra Mile Education Foundation

2014 Annual Report OUR MISSION Extra Mile Education Foundation helps urban children and their families meet the challenge of obtaining a values-bas...

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2014

Annual Report

OUR MISSION Extra Mile Education Foundation helps urban children and their families meet the challenge of obtaining a values-based, quality education from pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade.

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Facts about the Extra Mile Education Foundation Purpose

Schools Operational Subsidy Basis

To preserve and strengthen select parochial elementary schools educating children of urban, economically disadvantaged families who seek these schools for their quality, values-based education. Extra Mile support keeps tuition at affordable levels.

St. Benedict the Moor School, Hill District, Pittsburgh Sr. Thea Bowman Catholic Academy, Wilkinsburg East Catholic, Forest Hills Northside Catholic School, Brighton Heights St. Bartholomew School, Penn Hills St. Maria Goretti, Bloomfield St. Raphael Elementary School, Morningside St. Rosalia Academy, Greenfield

Combined Enrollment

Over 600 children from early childhood through eighth grade

Demographic Profile

Student population is predominantly African American and non-Catholic. More than 70 percent qualify for the federal government’s free/reduced-price lunch program. 60 percent live in single-parent families.

Accreditation

Middle States Association of College and Schools

Participation

Daily attendance is 95 percent. Parent participation in educational conferences is 97 percent. All families pay at least a portion of the $2,000 tuition, 30% share of the cost of education per child. Quality of the education and values transmitted in the schools are equally important for families.

Collaborations

EDUCATION COMMUNITY Carlow University – staff development, gifted students, classroom tutors, teacher practicums Duquesne University – instrumental music, technology training Grove City College – student teachers, practicums for education majors LaRoche College – programming for gifted students Robert Morris University - classroom practicum for education majors St. Vincent College – Challenge Program SummerBridge of Sewickley Academy – summer program and after-school tutors University of Pittsburgh – staff development, tutors, evaluation, reading interns, Triple P program



SOCIAL SERVICE COMMUNITY Office for Cultural Diversity – diversity classes, annual graduates retreat City of Pittsburgh Drug Awareness Resistance Education (DARE) Homewood and Hill District YMCA’s for after-school programs Laughlin Children’s Center – hearing screening, remediation services Mercy Behavioral Health – prevention training, “Dancing Classrooms”

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Facts about the Extra Mile Education Foundation (cont.) Collaborations (cont.)

CULTURAL COMMUNITY Carnegie Museums – student visits Carnegie Science Center – classroom assemblies, student visits The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust – tickets for special performances Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera – tickets for performances Pittsburgh Symphony – visits to the schools Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium – school programs and visits

Results

1,600 eighth-grade graduates 96 percent high-school graduation rate 88 percent pursue learning after high school – in college, trade school or the military No one entering high school has to repeat ninth grade.

Financials

Current budget for school subsidy is $1,700,000. Remaining support from tuition, school-based fund-raising, parish subsidies, and Diocesan support Cost of education in the schools is $6,700 per child.

Sources Of Support

Local corporations, foundations and individuals who care about the future of children in the community.

Contact

Extra Mile Education Foundation Two Gateway Center, 603 Stanwix Street, Suite 348 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 P: 412.456.3103 F: 412.456.3186 Email – [email protected] Visit us on our web site – www.extramilefdn.org

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A Message from the Chairman Dear Friends, It is a pleasure to report that this past year was successful in a number of very important ways, and as a result, Extra Mile’s mission – to provide an exceptional educational resource to children in urban neighborhoods through Catholic elementary schools – was greatly advanced. • In addition to support of our two subsidy schools, we have increased our efforts to serve more children by increasing the number of scholar schools to six and offering scholarship support to nearly 100 more children. Enrollments are up by nearly five per cent at St. Benedict the Moor School and Sr. Thea Bowman Catholic Academy. We support the education of nearly 600 children. • In late 2014, Extra Mile completed work on a three-year plan that emphasized three areas: 1) continued emphasis on academic achievement: 2) enrollmentbuilding; and 3) increased support to middle-school students and their families as students transition from eighth grade into the critically important first year of high school. New programs will be implemented, strengthening the skills needed for a successful high school experience, as well as assisting students and families in making the right choices for secondary education. These new initiatives protect the investment made in our students at the elementary level. That investment is made possible through contributions from corporations, foundations and individuals throughout the region. Everyone involved with Extra Mile is very grateful. The Extra Mile Education Foundation is celebrating its 25th year of leadership in urban education. More than 1,600 graduates have been equipped with an excellent education. Thank you for your investment in their future.

J. Christopher Donahue Chairman of the Board

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A Message from Bishop David A. Zubik Dear Friends, Since its founding 25 years ago, Extra Mile’s mission has remained constant—to help children residing in urban areas obtain a values-based, quality education in a Catholic elementary school. Since 1990, it is estimated that nearly 4,000 children have been helped by schools or scholarship programs supported by Extra Mile. Nearly all are students who know the hard knocks of life. Nearly all the families endure difficult financial circumstances. Nearly all are children of other faiths, whose families welcome the religion classes and curriculum of Catholic schools. You might say that Extra Mile and the schools it supports level the playing field so that children, regardless of their circumstances, have an opportunity for a quality education. I like to think that Extra Mile is a great exercise of faith. The parents, after learning what the Extra Mile Schools have to offer, have faith that their children will learn and soar as they discover their own individual strengths and talents that will keep them on the road to success. The leadership and faculty of the Extra Mile Schools have all that it takes to support a great educational process, emphasizing academic excellence, values, mutual respect, safety and self-esteem, and within the Catholic tradition. The Board and staff of the Extra Mile Education Foundation have, since its inception, had the vision and the passion that their work in bringing a dream into reality and sustaining that reality does in fact enable the Extra Mile students to have a realistic dream for their future. All donors to Extra Mile are makers of many dreams come true! Thank you to so many people for keeping the dream alive, and for 25 years. Now, on to the next 25! Grateful for our belief that “Nothing Is Impossible with God,” I am Your brother in Christ,

Most Reverend David A. Zubik Bishop of Pittsburgh

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2014 Board of Directors O FFI CER S

Joan C. Peirce Peirce Family Foundation

J. Christopher Donahue Chairman President & Chief Executive Officer Federated Investors, Inc.

Paul Michael Pohl Partner Jones Day

Louis D. Astorino Vice Chairman & Chairman of the Disbursement Committee Chairman Astorino

Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Chairman Emeritus K&L Gates, LLP Daniel M. Rooney Chairman Pittsburgh Steelers

Donald J. Heberle Vice Chairman & Chairman of the Nominating Committee President BNY Mellon of Pennsylvania

John T. Ryan, III Chairman Mine Safety Appliances Company

Gregory B. Jordan Vice Chairman & Chairman of the Development Committee Executive Vice President & General Counsel PNC Financial Services

Vincent A. Sarni Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Retired PPG Industries

Lynette A. Horrell Vice Chairman & Chairman of Investment Committee Managing Partner Ernst & Young

Amy Sebastian R. P. Simmons Family Foundation David S. Shapira Executive Chairman, Board of Directors Giant Eagle®

D IREC TO R S Charles E. Bunch President & Chief Executive Officer PPG Industries

Michael P. Tomlin Head Coach Pittsburgh Steelers

William S. Demchak President & Chief Executive Officer PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

Milton A. Washington President Allegheny Housing Rehabilitation Corporation

Thomas W. Golonski Chairman & President, Retired National City Bank of Pennsylvania

Bishop David A. Zubik Diocese of Pittsburgh

Lynette A. Horrell Managing Partner Ernst & Young Kevin S. McClatchy Chief Executive Officer, Retired Pittsburgh Pirates Archabbot Douglas R. Nowicki Saint Vincent Archabbey Thomas H. O’Brien Chairman of the Board, Retired PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

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2014 Board of Directors (cont.)

Young Professionals Advisory Committee

EM ERIT U S D IREC TO R S

Jasmine Bennings – President PNC Financial Services

Carol R. Brown Past President The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

Carissa Markantone – Vice President PNC Financial Services

Frank V. Cahouet Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Retired Mellon Bank Corporation

Colleen Honhold – Secretary Maher Duessel Casey Stanton – Special Projects Northwestern Mutual

Joseph L. Calihan Managing Partner Bradford Capital Partners

Cara Nicoletti – Fundraising Maher Duessel

John F. Donahue Chairman Federated Investors, Inc

M EM B ER S Brad Buchanan Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Richard P. Simmons Chairman Emeritus Allegheny Technologies, Inc.

Emily Crowley Dollar Bank

Thomas J. Usher Chairman Marathon Oil Corporation

Tom Freyvogel Reed Smith

James M. Walton President Emeritus Carnegie Institute

Nellie Hestin Reed Smith Bridgette Kennedy Manchester Bidwell

A D D ITI O N A L O FFI CER S Lori A. Hensler Assistant Treasurer & Director of Audit Director, Funds Financial Services Federated Investors, Inc.

Dan Mastalski Federated Investors Katelyn Matscherz Jones Day

David P. Klasnick Assistant Treasurer & Director of Audit Executive Vice President PNC Wealth Management

Ryan McKenna Northwestern Mutual Kevin Meacham Jones Day

Ambrose P. Murray Secretary Executive Director Extra Mile Education Foundation

Amanda Miller Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Suzanne M. Vertosick Assistant Secretary Associate Executive Director Extra Mile Education Foundation

Shawn O’Brien Tepper School of Business Madison Spence PNC Financial Services

Dr. Michael A. Latusek Superintendent of Catholic Schools Diocese of Pittsburgh

Bill Stewart Vuono & Gray, LLC 6

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2014 Donors FOUNDATIONS

Constellation

Allegheny Foundation

Dollar Bank Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott

Amelia Miles Foundation

Ernst & Young, LLP

Jack Buncher Foundation

F.N.B. Corporation

Ann and Frank Cahouet Foundation

Fagan Sanitary Supply

Estelle S. Campbell Charitable Foundation

Federated Investors, Inc.

Anne L. & George H. Clapp Charitable Trust

Feldstein Grinberg Lang & McKee

Donahue Family Foundation

FHLBank

Druckenmiller Foundation

G. S. Jones Restoration & Consulting

Elsie H. Hillman Foundation

Gateway Engineers, Inc.

Clark Hunter Foundation

Henderson Brothers, Inc.

John E. & Sue M. Jackson Charitable Trust

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Leigh Tison Charitable Trust

Hirtle Callaghan & Company

Thomas Lord Charitable Trust

Jones Day

Massey Charitable Trust

L. J. Aviation

McFeely Rogers Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation

LanXESS

Rita M. McGinley Foundation

Maher Duessel

Miles Family Foundation

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Millmont Foundation

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

A. J. & Sigismunda Palumbo Charitable Trust

Pittsburgh Pirates

W. I. Patterson Charitable Fund

Pittsburgh Steelers

Peirce Family Foundation

Plans Examiners, Inc.

Reinecke Family Charitable Foundation

PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

Ross Family Charitable Fund

Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP

Ryan Memorial Foundation

R.C. Holsinger Associates, P.C.

Salvitti Family Foundation

Reed Smith, LLP

James M. & Lucy K. Schoonmaker Foundation

Robroy Industries, Inc.

Simon Hafner Charitable Foundation

Saint Vincent Archabbey

William G. & M. Virginia Simpson Foundation

Signature Financial Planning

Stanny Foundation

TJS Financial Services, LLC

Wagner Family Charitable Trust Rachel Mellon Walton Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation

Tool Sales & Service Company, Inc.

CORPORATIONS

CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS

Allegheny Housing Rehabilitation Corporation

BNY Mellon Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania Federated Investors Foundation

Astorino CannonDesign

Giant Eagle Foundation

Atlas Energy Resources, LLC

H. J. Heinz Company Foundation

Blue Danube, Inc.

Mine Safety Appliances Company Foundation

Buch Electric Company

PNC Foundation

CivicScience Inc.

PPG Industries Foundation

Consol Energy, Inc.

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2014 Donors (cont.) INDIVIDUALS

Mr. Robert W. E. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas McGough, Jr.

Robert T. and Susan B. Allen

Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Fitzgerald

Mr. Jeffrey McIlroy

Ms. Christina French

Mr. Ryan H. McKenna

Mr. Thomas Freyvogel

Mr. Gerard M. McLaughlin

Mr. Brian E. Goerke

Ms. Erin McLaughlin

Mr. Thomas W. Golonski

Mr. Thomas McLaughlin

Mr. Judd G. Gordon

Mr. & Mrs. Terrence McNamara

Mr. Thomas P. Gordon

Mr. John McWilliams

Mr. Carl J. Grande

Mr. Kevin C. Meacham

Mr. Glenn H. Graner

Mr. & Mrs. Glen T. Meakem

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Guttman

Ms. Lally Meck

Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. Haller, III

Mr. John Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hannon

Mr. & Mrs. David R. Misch

Mr. Eugene E. Harris

Mr. Charles Moellenberg

Ms. Joanne Hayes

Mr. Thomas R. Murphy, Jr.

Mr. Donald J. Heberle

Ms. Courtney C. Murray

Mr. Daniel Heberle

Mr. & Mrs. Ambrose P. Murray

Ms. Lori A. Hensler

Ms. Jeanne P. Murray

Ms. Lynette A. Horrell

Ms. Mary Katherine Murray

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Hotopp

Ms. Carol A. Neyland

Mr. Raymond Huber

O’Brien Family Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Jay K. Jarrell

Mr. Shawn O’Brien

Ms. Diane Jones

Mr. Kevin Orie

Mr. Gregory B. Jordan

Ms. Sophia G. Panagis

Mr. & Mrs. David P. Klasnick

Ms. Anne Louise Parry

Mr. Brian J. Koble

Mr. Daniel J. Pavlick

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Krolikowski

Ms. Paula Jean Pawlak

Ms. Helene Ann Larkin

Mr. William A. Pietragallo, II

Mrs. John L. Laubach

Paul Michael Pohl, Esq.

Mr. James J. Leeper

Mr. Charles J. Queenan, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Lego

Mr. Shawn P. Regan

Mr. David Littlefield

Mr. Thomas M. Reich

Mr. Robert H. Luffy

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick R. Riley

George & Jamie Magovern Fund of The

Donald & Sylvia Robinson Family

Mr. Louis D. Astorino Mr. Jeffrey B. Balicki Dr. Rita Bean Mr. Richard Beaty Mr. and Mrs. Bradford W. Beck Mr. & Mrs. Paul Beck Beechwood Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Beehler Mr. Nicholas J. Bell Mrs. Joanne Beyer The Bontempi Family Bowser Family Charitable Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Ms. Spencer Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Bozzone Mrs. Carol R. Brown Mr. David Budinger Mr. Charles E. Bunch Mr. Ryan Burke Mr. Michael F. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Calihan Ms. Susan L. Chase Ms. Vicki Cherrix Mr. Mark R. Chesko Mr. Kevin P. Counihan Mrs. Sarah Cox George and Ada Davidson Family Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Mrs. Stephen C. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Deiseroth Mr. William S. Demchak Mr. William B. Dixon Mrs. Barbara M. Doerfler Mr. & Mrs. John F. Donahue Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Donahue Mr. Michael Donohue George & Eileen Dorman Mr. Daniel Dupee Dr. Tony Eichelberger Ms. Mary Lou Einloth Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fisher Mr. Richard B. Fisher

Pittsburgh Foundation

Foundation

Mr. David J. Malone

Mr. Samuel F. Rockwell, III

Mr. Richard N. Marks

Mr. Evan Rosenberg

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Marous

Mr. Ryan Ruskin

Mr. Daniel Mastalski

Mr. Stanley C. Ruskin

Ms. Katelyn Matscherz

Ms. Kathleen D. Ryan & Mr. James Elson

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Mazurczak, II

Mr. Jared Sadowski

Mrs. John R. McCartan

Mr. Jeff Santarsiero

Mr. Kevin S. McClatchy

Sarni Family Fund

Mr. Joseph F. McCormick

Ms. Molly Schaefer

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald E. McGinnis

Mr. William Schaefer

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2014 Donors (cont.) Ms. June M. Schaut

IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS

Mr. & Mrs. Ambrose P. Murray

Ms. Jodie Schmidley

Arthur Murray Dance Studio

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Mr. Keith Schmidt Mr. Mark G. Schoeppner Mr. Jeffrey A. Schultz Mr. Gary W. Schurman Mr. Christopher Schurman Ms. Amy Sebastian Terry & Janet Serafini Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Mr. Douglas Shriber Mr. Richard P. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. W. Keith Smith Mr. Merrill P. Stabile Mr. James C. Stalder Mr. and Mrs. John A. Staley, IV Ms. Suzan Stein Peter N. & Joan R. Stephans Foundation Mr. David P. Synowka Ms. Marian B. Tintelnot Mr. Anthony J. Tomasello Thomas J. and Sandra L. Usher Charitable Foundation Mr. Gerald J. Voros Mr. Gregory C. Wagner Mr. Matthew B. Waldman Mr. Jeffrey Wangler Washington Family Fund Ms. Sarah Wiggin Mr. Troy Wilson Mrs. Dee Wokutch Ms. Jennie Zioncheck Ms. Allison Zyra COMMEMORATIVE DONATIONS

Mr. Louis D. Astorino Atria’s

Pittsburgh Civic Light Orchestra

Bella Luna Birdsfoot Golf Center Carlow University Carnegie Museums of Art & Natural History City of Pittsburgh Drug Awareness Resistance Education (DARE) The Club at Nevillewood Contemporary Concepts Day Ford DeLuca’s Restaurant Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. Diocese of Pittsburgh Duquesne University Eat’n Park Hospitality Group Ernst & Young, LLP

Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Pool City Portrait Innovations PPG Industries Reed Smith, LLP Robert Morris University Seven Springs Shutterfly/Tiny Prints

Starbucks

Mr. Brian Flaherty Frank B. Fuhrer & Associates Garrison Hughes

Summer-Bridge of Sewickley Academy The Original Oyster House University of Pittsburgh

Giant Eagle, Inc.

Venture Pittsburgh

Golf Galaxy Mr. Glenn H. Graner Grove City College Henne Jewelers Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Hill District YMCA Homewood YMCA Jones Day LaRoche College

By Mr. & Mrs. Jim Keener

Laughlin Children’s Center

In honor of

Pittsburgh Opera

Stampin’ Up

Fairway & Greene

Mr. Chuck Noll

By Highmark Health

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

St. Vincent College

Eva Szabo

LA Fitness

Mr. Gregory Jordan

with Disabilities Penhollow

Avison Young

In memory of

In honor of

Office for Cultural Diversity and Persons

LeMont Restaurant Maher Duessel Mattress Factory Mr. Kevin S. McClatchy Mercy Behavioral Health

Mr. Thomas H. O’Brien

Moe’s Southwest Grill

By Mr. I. Michael Coslov

Morninglory 9

Mr. Milton A. Washington Wilson-McGinley Inc.

Extra Mile Education Foundation Two Gateway Center Suite 348 603 Stanwix Street Pittsburgh 15222-1423 P: 412.456.3103 F: 412.456.3186 [email protected] www.extramilefdn.org

Extra Mile Education Foundation Staff Ambrose P. Murray Executive Director Suzanne M. Vertosick Associate Executive Director Victoria L. Armstrong Development Coordinator Brandi Cheatom Office Manager