PrisonEd Foundation

- Providing education opportunities to Utah's incarcerated

PrisonEd Report – January 2016

PrisonEd Detailed Report January 31, 2016

Email: prisonedfoundation@gmail.com

NEW STUDENTS DURING December: 15 (17 previous month)

CURRENT STUDENTS AND PREVIOUSLY SERVED STUDENTS

213         CURRENT STUDENTS (198 previous month); 65% of total

95 Draper (84 previous month

39 Gunnison (39 previous month)

79 Jails (75 previous month)

115         PREVIOUSLY SERVED STUDENTS (112 previous month); 35% of total

328         TOTAL STUDENTS who have ever enrolled in PrisonEd (310 previous month)

PARTICIPATING STUDENTS BY FACILITY:                                                  
DRAPER 95 Active

Lone Peak                                           4              (last month 5)

Olympus                                              1              (last month 1)

Oquirrh 1                                             1              (last month 1)

Oquirrh 2                                             5              (last month 5)

Oquirrh 3                                             4              (last month 4)

Oquirrh 4                                             3              (last month 2)

Oquirrh 5                                             5              (last month 4)

Promontory                                         4              (last month 4)

Timpanogos 1                                     6              (last month 5)

Timpanogos 2                                     2              (last month 2)

Timpanogos 3                                     1              (last month 2)

Timpanogos 4                                     10           (last month 9)

Uinta 1                                                  3              (last month 3)

Uinta 2                                                  14           (last month 13)

Uinta 3                                                  10           (last month 4)

Uinta 4                                                  7              (last month 6)

Wasatch A East & West                       4              (last month 3)

Wasatch B                                           7              (last month 7)

Wasatch D                                           4              (last month 3)

TOTAL DRAPER  ACTIVE                 95           (last month 84)

TOTAL DRAPER INACTIVE              43           (last month 40)

TOTAL ACTIVE-INACTIVE               138         (last month 124)
GUNNISON 39 Active

uPrep Academy                                 39           (last month 39)

Other                                                    0           (last month 0)

TOTAL GUNNISON ACTIVE             39           (last month 39)

TOTAL GUNNISON INACTIVE         14           (last month 14)

TOTAL ACTIVE-INACTIVE               53           (last month 53)

 

JAILS 79 Active

Beaver                                                  8              (last month 8)

Daggett Co                                           4              (last month 2)

Davis                                                     5              (last month 5)

Kane Co                                                3              (last month 3)

Millard                                                   8              (last month 8)

Purgatory                                             6              (last month 6)

San Juan Co                                        35           (last month 35)

Sanpete Co                                          2              (last month 2)

Uintah Co                                             2              (last month 0)

Wasatch Co                                         4              (last month 4)

Weber Co                                             2              (last month 2)

TOTAL JAILS ACTIVE                        79           (last month 75)

TOTAL JAILS INACTIVE                   58           (last month 58)

TOTAL ACTIVE-INACTIVE              137         (last month 133)

 

Comment of a Student:

“Being involved in this ‘PrisonEd Foundation’ program has given me an opportunity to reflect on my past and what I’ve learned is that my values aren’t gone.

“I have found that I can accomplish good things. I only need to focus on what I can do to be a better person by implementing the part of me that I changed when I began to become a follower of negative influences.

“But with this opportunity I call a ‘gift’ given by the PrisonEd Program I see the good part of me wanting to succeed in life so I too can make a difference in the lives of those around me that feel lost. So I thank you.” J.B.

 

 

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