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E-PM 2.2e: % of children participating in summer enrichment programs that are on free or reduced lunch

EPM 2.2e: % of children who participated in summer enrichment programs that are on free or reduced-price lunch

28.1%FY 2022

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Story Behind the Curve

United Way of Story County supports many summer enrichment programs. Only a few explicitly report on how many children were eligible for free-and-reduced price lunch (i.e. from a family with limited-income). 

To better understand how many underserved kids are gaining access to summer enrichment, United Way introduced a new, more comprehensive performance measure in summer 2020. Please see: EPM 2.1c: # of youth K-8 from underserved populations who participated in summer enrichment programs, quality and engaging out-of-school opportunities that reinforce and enhance academic and social/emotional learning (


The partners who report data that is aggregated here include:

  • Boys & Girls Club: Ames club & Nevada club (effective FY20-21)
  • Camp Fire
  • University Community Childcare
  • YSS: Summer Enrichment
Scorecard Result Container Indicator Measure Action Actual Value Target Value Tag S R I P PM A m/d/yy m/d/yyyy