Public Service Leadership Academy
at Fowler
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Public Service leadership academy
Orientation/Welcoming
event
• WELCOME
• SCHOOL’S DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
• VISION, MISSION
• STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT EXPECTATIONS
AND
• STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES
• STAKEHOLDERS’ ROLES (SCHOOL, HOME,
COMMUNITY)
• TRANSPORTATION
TEAM TALKS
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*TEAM DESIGNATION(S)
*SUPPLY LIST
*QUESTIONS
*TOURS
*CLOSING (WHAT TO EXPECT FOR THE FIRST
DAY, TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 2, 2014)
PSLA Vision
Peregrine Pride
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PEREGRINE PRIDE STARTS ON
THE INSIDE
INSPIRING STUDENTS TO BECOME LIFE
READY FOR A FUTURE FILLED WITH
PASSION, SUCCESS, AND ENJOYMENT.
The Challenge
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28%
INTO
82%
Academies and Pathways
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First Responder
Academy
Law Enforcement/
Emergency Management
Pathway
Homeland
Security
Academy
Military Science
Academy
Computer Forensics
Pathway
Entrepreneurial
Academy
Cosmetology/Barbering
Pathway
Fire Rescue Pathway
Cybersecurity Pathway
Navy JROTC
Pathway
Emergency Medical
Technician Pathway
Electrical Trades Pathway
Forensic Science/Crime
Scene Investigations
Pathway
Geospatial Intelligence
Pathway
Early College High School
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 Features of Early College High Schools:
 Students have the opportunity to earn an Associate’s degree
or up to two years of transferable college credit while in
high school
 The years to a postsecondary degree are compressed
 Schools provide academic and social supports that help
students succeed in a challenging course of study
 The physical transition between high school and college is
eliminated—and with it the need to apply for college and for
financial aid during the last year of high school
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First
Responder
Academy
First Responder Academy
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 Law Enforcement Pathway
 Prepares students to react appropriately and professionally to
situations where the public might be put at risk by natural or
manmade emergencies
 Students participate in courses that address practical and
current issues in law enforcement
Students will learn the tactics, theory, and skills required of today’s
law enforcement professional
 Training in DNA analysis, surveillance expertise, and white collar
crime
 Specialty services instituted since 9/11
 Cadet training
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MOU/Articulation Agreements
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Law Enforcement/Emergency Management Pathway
Onondaga
Community College
Emergency
Management A.A.S.
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Onondaga
Community College
Criminal Justice
A.A.S.
University at Albany Criminal Justice BS
Buffalo State Criminal Justice BS
Cazenovia College
• Criminal Justice/Homeland Security Studies BS
• Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies BS
SUNY College of Technology at Delhi- Online Criminal Justice
BS
Eastern Kentucky University
• Police Administration/Criminal Justice BS
SUNY Morrisville-Criminal Justice B.Tech.
Utica College
• Criminal Justice BS
• Economic and Crime Investigations BS
University of Maryland (University College)
• Criminal Justice/Homeland Security BS
Onondaga
Community College
Law Enforcement
Certificate
Onondaga
Community
College
Criminal Justice
A.A.S.
First Responder Academy
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 Fire Rescue Pathway (FRP)
 Students will learn about fire prevention and develop critical
fire skills necessary to handle the challenges and demands of
fire protection
Fire awareness
 Tactics and operations
 Hazardous materials
 Fire hydraulics
 Safety management
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MOU/Articulation Agreements
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Fire Rescue Pathway
Onondaga
Community College
Fire Protection
Technology Certificate
Onondaga Community
College
Fire Protection Technology
A.A.S.
Onondaga Community
College
Fire Protection Technology
A.A.S.
Eastern Kentucky
University
-Fire and Safety
Engineering
-Fire Protection
Technology
First Responder Academy
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 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Pathway
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EMT practitioners provide pre-hospital emergency medical care
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May provide both basic and advanced medical care at the scene of
an emergency and en route to a hospital
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Requires proficiency in CPR
Training is centered on recognizing and treating life-threatening
emergencies outside the hospital environment
Basics in how to handle cardiac and respiratory arrest, heart attacks,
seizures, diabetic emergencies, respiratory problems and other medical
emergencies
Manage traumatic injuries such as falls, fractures, lacerations and burns
Conduct patient assessment, history, and vital signs
SCSD will partner with Rural Metro Emergency Services to design
this pathway
First Responder Academy
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 Forensic Science/Crime Scene Investigations Pathway
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Forensic sciences play a vital role in the criminal justice system by
providing investigators with scientifically based information through
the analysis of physical evidence
Rigorous and relevant four-course PLTW Biomedical Science sequence
Investigating the death of a fictional person, learning content in the
context of real-world cases
 Examining the structures and interactions of human body systems and
explore the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease
 Working collaboratively to understand and design solutions to the most
pressing health challenges of today and the future
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SCSD will partner with local law enforcement, hospitals, and the
medical examiners office to ensure students learn about biomechanics,
genetic engineering and forensics as applied to crime scene
investigations
SCSD will determine higher education partner
Use of OCC’s Public Safety Training Center
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 Students at PSLA will have access to train at the
Public Safety Training Center at Onondaga
Community College
This center has been
recognized by the US
Department of Justice for
innovations in training
methods to combating
terrorism
Homeland Security Academy
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Homeland Security Academy
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 Computer Forensics Pathway
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Computer forensics is the application of investigation and
analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from
a particular computing device in a way that is suitable for
presentation in a court of law
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Computer Forensics involves the identification, preservation,
recovery, extraction, examination, interpretation, documentation,
and presentation of the contents of computer media (digital
evidence)
Students will gain a strong foundation
in the principles of information assurance
and security, including security investigation,
analysis, implementation, maintenance,
and design
MOU/Articulation Agreements
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Computer Forensics Pathway
Onondaga Community College
Computer Forensic Science A.A.S.
Rochester Institute of Technology*
-Computing Security B.S.
*Academic Center of Excellence by
Department of Homeland Security
and NSA
Utica College
-Cybersecurity and Information
Assurance B.S.
-Cybercrime Investigations and
Forensics B.S.
Homeland Security Academy
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 Cybersecurity Pathway
 Cybersecurity creates a safe, secure, and resilient cyber
environment in an interconnected world. Evolving cyber threats
require the engagement of the entire nation — from government
and law enforcement to the private sector. Cybersecurity
involves the monitoring of networks for security breaches,
responding to cyber attacks, and gathering data and evidence to
be used in prosecuting cyber crime
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Students will be introduced to information security theory and
practical skills in the management and maintenance of effective
infrastructure in information assurance and security
SCSD will partner with Bryant & Stratton College in the
development and delivery of this program, ensuring students
have mastery of the competencies necessary to pursue higher
education and career opportunities in this field
MOU/Articulation Agreements
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Cybersecurity Pathway
Onondaga Community College
Computer Forensic Science A.A.S.
Rochester Institute of
Technology*
-Computing Security B.S.
*Academic Center of
Excellence by Department
of Homeland Security and
NSA
Utica College
-Cybersecurity and
Information
Assurance B.S.
-Cybercrime
Investigations and
Forensics B.S.
Bryant & Stratton
Security Technology
A.A.S.
Homeland Security Academy
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 Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Pathway
 GEOINT is an intelligence discipline comprising the analysis
of geospatial data to describe, assess, and visually depict
physical features and geographically referenced activities on
earth
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GEOINT data includes all aspects of imagery and mapping data
collected by commercial and government satellites, aircraft or
other means, such as maps and commercial databases, GPS
waypoints, utility schematics, or any discrete data that have
locations on earth
SUNY ESF
Homeland Security Academy
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 Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Pathway
 Students will build strong foundations in math and science,
high standards of computer skills, and broad research,
writing, and analysis skills
SCSD will partner with SUNY ESF
to ensure students have mastery
of the competencies necessary to excel
in this career field
 Students who complete this program
and meet criteria may enroll at SUNY ESF
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Possible careers include: Advanced Visualization Specialists,
Aeronautical Analysts, Geodetic Surveyors, Military Analysts, Earth
and Orbit Scientists, Radar Image Scientists, Thermal Infrared Image
Scientists, Geospatial Data Stewards
Military Science Academy
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Military Science Academy
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 Navy JROTC Pathway
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The mission of NJROTC is to instill in students the values of
citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a
sense of accomplishment
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Students gain a foundation in maritime heritage, the significance of
sea power, the fundamentals of naval operations, seamanship,
navigation and meteorology
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Benefits include the development of leadership potential; promotion of
community service; development of a high degree of personal honor, selfreliance, individual discipline and leadership; and, the promoting an
understanding of the basic elements and need for national security
Extra-curricular activities include community service, academic, athletic,
drill and orienteering competitions, field meets, flights, visits to naval or
other activities, marksmanship sports training, and physical fitness training
NJROTC students may apply to ROTC programs at more than 1,000
colleges and universities throughout the nation
Emergency Preparedness-Multilingual
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Students enrolled at the First Responder, Homeland
Security, and Military Science Academies will also take
four years of Arabic, American Sign Language, or
Spanish. The intelligence community has been open
about their need for interpreters, engineers, and
scientists and other professionals who speak Arabic,
ASL and Spanish are essential for emergency/disaster
management.
Entrepreneurial Academy
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Entrepreneurial Academy
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 Cosmetology/Barbering Pathway
Students will graduate with a license
 Comprehensive two-year program designed to prepare
students for entry level employment or post-secondary
education
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Exposes students to theory and practical skill training to prepare
them for careers in cosmetology
 Students are offered the opportunities to develop
and practice their skills during weekly clinics
where the public is invited to make appointments
for service
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Entrepreneurial Academy
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 Electrical Trades Pathway
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Two-year program is designed to prepare students for
entry level positions in electrical trades
Includes all aspect of residential wiring as well as
commercial/industrial applications
 By the end of the junior year students will have entry level skills
and be certified through a ten hour OSHA safety course
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• Senior year students will have
completed the accredited NCCER
Curriculum in Core Skills and Level 1
Electrical Trades Curriculum
Entrepreneurial Academy
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 In both the Cosmetology/Barbering and Electrical
Trades Pathways, business skills will be developed
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Exploration of the process of developing a small business
Research the types of franchise options and start up designs behind
business development
 Explore tax policy and business models to understand the scope and
impact of emerging markets on types of businesses
 Learn how to design a marketing plan and business proposal for a
business and the various agencies that inform small business
development
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Upon completion students will have developed a business plan
and marketing campaign that can support the quest for small
business ownership
WE ARE DIFFERENT
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 Provide a real-world perspective
 Develop Relationships
 Foster large and small community environment
 Foster a community of learning
 Model life skills and character education
 Students will earn a CTE designation
 Students will earn a minimum of 12 college credits
This School Year
What Do We Expect of You
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 95% of students will be promoted to the 10th grade
 80% of students will pass the algebra exam, and 90%
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of students will pass the living environment exam
Maintain a suspension rate lower than 15%
80% of students will make the honor roll
Students will commit to a chosen area of CTE study
Student actions and aspirations will be driven by the
PSLA code
Four Years From Now
What Do We Expect of You?
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 Students will earn at least one industry credential
 Students will pass the 5 gate-keeper regents exams
with an 80ty or above
 Students will earn at least 12 college credits
 Students will embody the character to be successful
in their post-secondary area of study
 82% of students will graduate from PSLA by August
2018
Next Week
What Do We Expect From You
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 Homework completion rate is 90% or above
 Average daily attendance is 96% or above
 Behavioral referrals (both local and district) are 10%
or less
 Team average is 80% or above
So What do we Expect of you Behaviorally?
 Prompt, Present, and Prepared
 Academic and Professional Language
 Listen, and be Heard
 Be Considerate of Yourself and Others
 Have Fun
What do we Expect of Your Parents
 That they tell you that they love you every night and
then check that your homework is completed
 That they require a nightly study period to complete
homework and to study for at least one hour every
night
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Homework will be given nightly
No TV during the week
 That they will ensure that you attend school everyday
 That they will ensure that when you need extra help
or assistance that you make arrangements to do so
What do we Expect of Your Teachers
 That they will set their academic standards in
alignment will college readiness
 That they are well-planned and prepared with high
quality lessons every day
 That they assume accountability for your education
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Meaning, they will call home when needed
They will assign detention or Saturday school when needed
They will track your progress and assign assistance as needed
 That they will expect nothing less than excellence
from you
What will Define PSLA?
DO WE REALLY WANT SOMETHING
DIFFERENT?
Transportation
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 Bussing provided by CENTRO
 Dedicated PSLA bus routes
 Can use existing CENTRO bus routes
 Visit www.centro.org
 All Centro busses are free through Friday,
September 5th
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