Educational and After School Support Vendors

This list of educational and after school support vendors is posted as a convenience for New York City charter schools. To be added to this list, a company must have at least one positive recommendation from an existing New York City charter school. Vendors may be added or removed at any time at the New York City Charter School Center's discretion.

Dena Malarek
212-268-7219 x108
dena@artshorizons.org
2785 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10039


Michelle Richards
646-216-9187
info@alisteducation.com
363 7th Avenue, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10001
Services: SAT/ACT Tutoring, SAT/ACT Professional Development Courses, Non-Profit Program Instruction, Common Core Standards Curriculum Development and Vocabulary Development Programs


Barbara Garelick
203-855-9897
barbara@bgeprint.com
280 Richards Ave, Norwalk, CT 06850
Services: School Branding; Banners and Signage; School Fair Displays; Spirit-wear, team uniforms and school apparel; Printed materials,applications, stationery; Promotional products for fundraising, give-aways and school stores


Jessica Ellis
310-846-4809
Josephson Institute
Character Counts! National Office, 9841 Airport Blvd., #300, Los Angeles, CA 90045


Amy Grillo and Anthony Grillo
212-604-9360
info@citysoundsny.com
134 West 26th Street, Suite 602, NY, NY 10001
Services: Speech Therapy, Speech Supervision, Professional Development and Speech support


Stacey Damiano
845-225-8226
sdamiano@greenchimneys.org
33 Clearpool Road, Carmel, NY 10512
Services: Year-round outdoor education and recreation programming designed to support students’ academic and interpersonal development through engaging, hands-on experiences; Nature-based and environmental science program which correlate with many NY state learning standards; Single day & overnight trips for students k-12 starting at $15 per student; Teambuilding Adventure programs including Low and High ropes; Seasonal programming including winter ecology, snowshoeing & maple sugaring; Historical programs such as Candle Making, Jacobs Ladders and Outdoor Cooking; Profession development for teachers and administrators and more.


Tali Horowitz
212-315-2674
thorowitz@commonsense.org
1230 Avenue of the Americas, 3rd Fl, NYC 10020
Services: K-12th Grade Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum; Online training for the curriculum broken down by topic area and grade level. Topics include: safety and security; digital citizenship; research and information literacy; Parent education materials: surveys, tipsheets, discussion guides, scripted ppt presentations, and more; Cyberbullying Toolkit – includes classroom lessons and parent education materials; Digital Passport – 5 interactive modules covering the basics of digital citizenship and internet safety for grades 3 – 5, available Fall, 2012


Izzy Galante
754-264-6329
Igalante.ccs@gmail.com
Services: Common Core Standards Unit Plan Training; Digital Blooms: Web Tools for High-Order Teaching and Learning; Universal Design: Equity and Access for All; Differentiated Instruction; 21st Century Schools: Web Tools for Teaching; New Educator Support Tools; Site-Based Coaching


Princess Lyles
347-931-8120
plyles@democracybuilders.org
2130 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. Ground Floor New York, NY
Services: Student Recruitment Strategic Planning & Technical Assistance, Student Recruitment Canvassing, Training for Parent Testimonials, Family Engagement Training for School-based staff.


Eric Epstein
718-572-2625
eepstein@educationalimpact.com
270 Pennbrook Parkway Lansdale, PA 19446
Services: Educational Impact (EI) provides powerful e-learning solutions for K-12 Teachers, Administrators & Colleges of Education. The EI Online Academy has 450 hours of content with 150 hours of real classroom video. 50 +National Education experts (including Charlotte Danielson) are featured in the EI academy. EI has 100+ ready to go courses on a variety of subjects. EI is working with Charter Schools nationwide using the EI Online Academy. Danielson Courses available with the EI Online Academy: http://www.educationalimpact.info/empowers/danielson/ and http://www.educationalimpact.info/proposal/dsi.html

Training topics:

  • Teacher Effectiveness in NY: “Aligned to the Charlotte Danielson Teaching Framework”
  • The Charlotte Danielson Series
  • Charlotte Danielson’s Teaching Framework – Looking at real classrooms
  • The Danielson Framework – 22 Components of Great Teaching
  • Teacher Evaluation Using the Danielson Framework
  • Teacher Evaluation Practice Center
  • Coaching & Mentoring – The journey of a first year teacher. (featuring two Charter School teachers)
  • Targeted PD to your Teacher Evaluation
  • A Personal Learning Plan aligned to the Danielson Framework.
  • Common Core Series
  • Common Core Shifts – Real Classroom Examples
  • Unpacking the Common Core
  • 12 Common Core Courses

Specialties: Danielson Framework, Teacher Evaluation programs, Coaching & Mentoring, Common Core Programs with real classroom examples, Teaching the ESL Learner, Special Education Content, Leadership Content, Assessment, Classroom Management.


Donna Harrow
347-343-2287
info@factsforenglish.com
1040 First Avenue #222, New York, NY 10022
Services: Facts for English is a 16 page, quick reference guide for grammar, spelling and more.


Maurelhena Walles, Executive Director
718-210-3374
MWalles@fit4lifenyc.com
Services:K-12 sports, dance, PE and martial arts programs; School day and after school; Fitness and wellness classes for teachers and parents; Field Day planning and Summer Camps; Professional development workshops for teachers. Fit 4 Life NYC is committed to supporting schools in creating healthy and active environments. Utilizing our signature Play with a Purpose model, we create supportive, all-inclusive programs that encourage constant movement, boost self-confidence and promote an active lifestyle.


Rena Stein
802-999-5763
rstein@givegoodybags.org
Services:- Our service-learning curriculum engages students and helps them to understand the importance of giving back to others through direct action. - We bring everything to you, allowing your teachers and staff to continue their work uninterrupted and with no additional responsibilities. - GoodyBags is responsible for running all programming associated with assembling and distribution of GoodyBags. - We understand that each classroom and school has individual demands and requirements for students. o All programming can be adapted and molded to fit the unique needs of each school, teacher, and classroom.


Steven Francisco
877-345-3836 x701
2860 Bailey Avenue, #4F, Bronx, NY 10463


Joey Gustafson
978-526-7755
info@jmconsultinginc.net
Manchester, Massachusetts
Services: Replication/business planning; Diagnostic school reviews; Renewal prep; Programmatic evaluations; Strategic Planning; Board development


Regina Im
718-662-8606
TKD@thekoreataekwondo.org
PO BOX 540842, Flushing, NY 11354


John Allen
212-401-4003
jallen@lab-aids.com
17 Colt Court, Ronkonoma, New York 11779
Services: We provide Middle & High School level Science Core Curriculum w/ program aligned lab equipment – This, and supplemental science materials can be connected with a customized individual school curriculum or the NYC DOE scope and sequence (correlations provided). All science curriculum products are complimented with onsite professional development – program implementation & instructional strategies. Online features included, and formatted for mobile devices.


Karen Hartman
516-883-3600
info@learntechassociates.com
8 Haven Avenue, Port Washington, NY 11050


Mimi Aronson or Artie Voigt
917-734-2770; 516-287-4389
Literacysupport@aol.com
P.O.Box 0482, Point Lookout NY 11569
Services: *Consultant on site support in Reading, Writing, Social Studies, Math and Science-Pre-k through 12th grade. Highlighting Writing *Support with Use of Data aligned to Core Standards *On/Off site Workshops in support of all Academic Subjects and Assessment *Conduct Summer/Winter Institutes around the needs of your school *Create and Support Principal Networks


Anya Warburg
818-476-2528
awarburg@movethisworld.org
247 Centre Street 6th Floor New York, NY 10013
Services: Move This World (MTW) is a global nonprofit that uses creative movement as a vehicle to transform conflict, violence and bullying in communities. MTW focuses specifically on empowering individuals with the necessary skills to identify emotions within themselves, be empathetic in their interactions with others, and act as change agents in their communities. MTW has worked with over 10,000 individuals across 22 cities on four continents to build and connect more peaceful communities. Our hallmark program is an innovative, evidence-based curriculum that engages students Pre-K-12, families, educators, administrators, and company leaders in movement-based activities that promote empathy, mediation skills, diversity appreciation, anger management, and conflict transformation. In this way, MTW fosters cumulative skill building that grows with the individual and produces measurable impact. Our vision is to change the way we teach and learn, with movement and empathy at the core. Specialties: Direct Service Student Programming for Pre K-12th, Professional Development Workshops, Assemblies, Parent and Family Engagement Workshops


Ellen O'Connell
212-571-2664
eoconnell@pasesetter.com
120 Broadway, Suite 230, New York, New York 10271


Shelley Grantham
212-505-0886
shelley@peridance.com
126 East 13th Street, New York, NY 10003
Services: Dance Enrichment Series: A 10-week Dance Enrichment Series where various dance styles and techniques are taught by Peridance Capezio Center Teaching Artists during In-School hours. After-School Dance Program: A 12-15 week After-School Dance Program where various dance styles and techniques are taught by Peridance Capezio Center Teaching Artists during After-School Programs. Dance-Break: Dance-Break is a new program designed to inspire artistic expression and help define individuality, confidence, and self-respect. Participants learn to use their bodies to communicate, to tell a story with movement, and in turn to experience the freedom and exhilaration of self-expression. Teaching Artists from Peridance Contemporary Dance Company perform short excerpts from their current repertoire, followed by a short engaging lesson. The curriculum will be based on founder, Igal Perry’s sensibility and choreographic insight.


Brandon Espinosa
646-509-7010
Brandon.Espinosa@PracticeMakesPerfect.org
242 W. 30th Street, Suite 806, New York, NY 10001
Services: 6-week academic intensive summer enrichment program (including reading, writing, and math), "Near-Peer" local mentorship, Remediation for students in grades K-8, Enrichment and leadership development for students in grade 5-12, SHSAT and SAT preparation for mentors, Minimum of 3 cultural learning trips, Weekly local community service, Many other enriching and empowering activities


Nick Timpone
201-615-5376
nicktimpone@primaverapd.com
255 East Grand Avenue, Suite 421, Rahway, New Jersey 07065
Services: Teacher Coaching; Instructional leader coaching; Curriculum review; Pedagogy Workshops; Singapore math training; Development of lesson study groups


Cara Spitzer, Paint Club & Community Relations Manager
212-213-6121
caras@publicolor.org
149 Madison Ave., Suite 1201 New York, NY 10016
Services: Paint Club is an after school youth development program that uses research-driven strategies to encourage school connectedness, build resiliency, self-esteem, and increase civic-engagement in students while teaching a marketable skill that brings color, energy, and life into NYC schools.

In Paint Club, students spend Tuesday through Friday afternoons and all day Saturday learning the basics of commercial painting while they paint warm, inviting colors in public areas of their school. In the process, students learn creative problem solving, leadership, and how to work as a team – important skills that are transferable to success in school, career, and life. Students are joined by corporate volunteers each Saturday who help get the larger pieces of the project completed and informally mentor students by engaging in high level conversations.

At the end of each school transformation, Publicolor inducts approximately 10 students per school into our paid apprenticeship program which offers a continuum of opportunities including college and career exposure workshops, weekly tutoring, work readiness training, and an intensive summer program built around literacy/math immersion through product design and entrepreneurship.


Lindsey Jacobson
516-459-2959
lindsey@reacttofilm.com
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, # 190 - 608, Washington, DC 20004


Margo Doolittle
718-596-4292
margo@readworks.org
68 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Services: ReadWorks' mission is to improve teacher effectiveness and student achievement in reading comprehension; ReadWorks provides research-based, Common Core aligned, reading comprehension curriculum and guidance, online, for FREE for grades K-8; ReadWorks offers passages (fiction and non-fiction) paired with question sets; book-based interactive read-aloud lessons; comprehensive novel units - all resources are FREE


Marc Brenner
616-940-1082 ext. 34
marc@revbusiness.com
979 Spaulding Ave Suite B Ada, MI 49301
Services: Printed Materials (business cards, brochures, envelopes, stationary, etc); Promotional Items (screen printed t-shirts and apparel, embroidered apparel, pens, hats, logo'd items etc); Payment Processing (credit card processing, merchant services); Athletic Uniforms (jerseys, shorts, warmups, apparel for all sports); Banners, posters; Teacher gifts, trophies, plaques, awards


Anna Stampfli, Founder and CEO or Peyton Mulzer, Assistant to the Founder
914-269-7946
anna@scarsdalestrings.com or peyton@scarsdalestrings.com
Services: Scarsdale Strings is a comprehensive music program offering the following services: a. In-school music teacher for any desired music program b. Curriculum for the desired music program c. Instruments d. Supervision of teacher and music classes


Daryl Johnson
888-358-0212 x1229
djohnson@scilearn.com
Services: 100% web-based programs with significantly discounted pricing for New York City Charter Schools.


Beatrice Hector
516-589-2721
sensoryspot.info@gmail.com
178 Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11217
Services: Occupational Therapy (at school location, after school hours, or Sensory Street's sensory gym), Handwriting Classes (during school hour or after school hours), Consultation (during staff development day or meetings), Movement Classes (during school hours or after school hours), Adaptive Dance Classes for physical and cognitive Development (after school program) Our mission: To help children reach their greatest potential so they can function independently in their childhood occupations (e.g. school, play, socialization, self-care).


Sarah Natchez
212-877-7171 x14
sarah@supersoccerstars.com
606 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY 10024
Services: Soccer instruction for all ages. Services include physical education classes, enrichment programming, afterschool classes, soccer training, team coaching, consulting.


Erik Fogel
917-455-1079
eriktheteacher@hotmail.com
244 E. 163rd St., Bronx, NY 10451
Services: All free debate services, resources, outreach to assist charter schools in developing competitive scholastic debate teams and debate across the curriculum programs; Free year round debate education opportunities


Dr. Yvonne A. Kielhorn
(203) 936 6597
sales@whyscience.com
5 Science Park 3rd Floor New Haven CT 06511
Services: Customizable inquiry-based learning systems, Ready to TeachTM Modules, Online Math, Science, STEM programs, Professional development, Staff development and training, Hands-on learning kits

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