Boy’s and Girl’s Track Program
Posted by City of Philadelphia on January 29, 2018
It is a 10-month program designed to provide a safe and nurturing environment that promotes social and emotional well being for boys and girls in grades 7th through 12th. Our program focuses on personal accountability, which leads to academic achievements, educational or employment opportunities. We also encourage our youth to stay on a positive “track” as they encounter the challenges faced by our teenagers on a daily basis.
-Must be in the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th,11th grades
-Open to all youth (DHS & JJS involved as well as community youth)
-Students who voluntarily want to participate in program and/or court ordered
-Completed behavior modification program if indicated in sexual abuse or incarceration
-Students must be enrolled in school at time of enrollment into program
-Student must provide a copy of their most recent report card
-Parent or Legal Guardian consent completed
For more information about Boys Track, please contact: Andrew Williams, Andrew.Williams@phila.gov, Office: 215-683-5637 – Cell: 215-906-7358
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