The Completely KIDS (CK) program at Liberty Elementary was evaluated to determine its relationship with youth program outcomes. The data were analyzed and the report was compiled by Category One Consulting. On average students attended Completely KIDS 142 days, which is substantially higher than the previous two years. Students and parents rated the program very highly, both in terms of satisfaction and student outcomes. Students who attended more days of CK attended more days of school compared to students who attended less days of CK. Pre-K through second grade students who attended more days of CK tended to have better math and reading grades. Parents who attended more hours of CK classes tended to have students with higher math grades. Small changes to the program evaluation could significantly improve the evaluation itself and its ability to find impact.
Nebraska Center for Justice Research, University of Nebraska at Omaha; Completely KIDS; and Category One Consulting, "The Completely KIDS Liberty Project 2014-2015 Evaluation Results" (2015). Reports. 71.