This program supports the creation of 21st Century Community Learning Centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours. Designed as a supplementary program to enhance state or local reform efforts, this program assists students in meeting academic standards in core subjects (math, reading, science, social studies) by providing out-of-school services to students and their families. The program:
Targets high-need, high-poverty, low-performing schools;
Implements highly effective research-based programs to address academic needs; and
Provides academic assistance along with enrichment opportunities to help students graduate college, career, and citizen ready.
We are pleased to announce that 21st CCLC awards have been made to the following programs for the 2013-2014 grant cycle: Allen-Bowden School
Beggs Public Schools
Coalgate Public Schools
Fort Cobb-Broxton School District
Hartshorne Public Schools
Lane Elementary School
Peavine Elementary School
Poteau Public Schools
Santa Fe South Elementary Charter
Shady Point Public School
Stratford Public Schools
Grantee Kickoff (returning and new grantees only) Monday, October 7 - Wednesday, October 9
VISIT THE 2014 KICK-OFF PAGE!
For all the information, documents, and PowerPoints used or distributed at Kick-Off.
Sonia Johnson, Director Andrea Hohlier, Coordinator Jasmine Vasilev, Coordinator
21st Century Community Learning Centers
Oklahoma State Department of Education 2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 414 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 405-522-6225 office 405-522-2269 fax
Want to find a 21st Century Community Learning Center near you?
Click the image for an interactive map with center locations and program information.