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Who We Are!

FDDOC, (Fully Devoted Developer of Children) Winners’ Circle, Inc., is a non-profit organization incorporated in March, 2003, to pursue the vision of supporting academic growth for at-risk students. FDDOC has provided after-school program services in 15 different Caddo Parish schools, with over 5000 students benefitting!

FDDOC, the Louisiana Department of Education, 21 st CCLC (Century Community Learning Center), and other community organizations work together to provide a high quality after-school program for deserving K-12 students. With academically enriching activities in a fun learning environment, the goal of the after-school program is to increase academic achievement, attendance, promotion/graduation rates and parental involvement for students at the targeted schools. Long-term goals are to prepare students for secondary educational opportunities and job readiness.

FDDOC proudly collaborates (or has collaborated) with the following organizations: Caddo Parish School District, City of Shreveport, Emmanuel Church of God, Shreveport Community Church, Joseph Foundation, Louisiana State University Shreveport, Blue Cross Blue Shield, SciPort Discovery Center, Northwest Louisiana Community Tennis Association, CABOSA Soccer Association, United Health Care, LSU Ag Center, Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana, Kids Cafe After School Meals, United States Tennis Association, Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier, LSU Medical Center, Centenary College, Shreveport Little Theater, Bossier Arts Council, and Louisiana Department of Education as project partners.

FDDOC has provided (or still provides) after-school services for the following Caddo Parish Schools: Creswell, EBW Stoner Hill, Midway, Mooretown, Oak Park, Shreve Island, Southern Hills, Summer Grove, and Sunset Acres Elementary Schools; Keithville Elementary/Middle School; Bethune, Laurel Street, M. J. Moore, Broadmoor, and Youree Drive middle schools; and Booker T. Washington, Huntington, and Woodlawn high schools.

What We Do!

FDDOC, with the support of its partners, provides students with fun STEAM academic and life-time based enrichment opportunities, nutritional meals, and bus transportation home.

The program is scheduled directly after school 3-4 days a week for 2.5 hours during the entire school year. A summer program is also provided during the month of June. Students receive academic support in reading, English/language arts (ELA) and math (STEM). Lifetime and academically based enrichment activities such as art, music, expressive writing, computer/iPad labs, science, nutrition, PE, tennis or robotics are also offered. Highly-qualified teaching staff, specialized coaches and instructors, bus drivers, and other personnel are hired to ensure program success.

All students are pre, mid, and post tested in ELA/reading and math for development of an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) to address targeted needs in academic skills, progress reporting and program evaluation. Along with the students prior tests results, report card information, teacher input and the ILP, strategic teaching and research-based curricula are utilized to improve student achievement.

FDDOC collects and analyzes attendance, behavioral, report card, and state assessment data to measure student gains at all schools. Written evaluation reports are submitted to the school district and Louisiana Department of Education.

FDDOC strives to meet the academic, social and emotional needs of the students and communities in order to prepare them for successful school and life experiences!

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FDDOC uses ongoing collaboration with parents and the schools to ensure that the after-school instructional program aligns with students’ daytime instructional programs and state/national standards.

NEW BEGINNINGS!

What started as volunteer work in his local church became the foundation of a plan to develop the children in his community when Sal Miletello realized educating youth breaks the cycle of poverty and family dysfunction.

To better reach children, Sal began partnerships with schools to enhance, enlighten and enrich the lives of students. Founding Fully Devoted Developer of Children (FDDOC) Winners¹ Circle, Inc. enabled him to achieve his dream...
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Shreveport, LA 71166

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