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21st Century

Afterschool Program at CCES Last Updated: 10/15/2020 6:22 PM

21st Century Community

Learning Center

Dana Duvall

Site Coordinator

Karen Henson

21st Century Assistant

Sue-Elise Flowers

District-wide 21st Century Director

Healthy Kids Clinic visits CCES 21st Century

The CCES 21st Century After School Learning Center is designed for elementary school students and their families. The program provides academic assistance, enriching learning experiences, positive social interactions and recreational activities in a safe, healthy environment during out–of–school hours.  The Learning Center is funded through a federal grant that is run by the Kentucky Department of Education.

 

 

Program Hours of Operation

Before School:

Weekdays 6:30 – 7:00 AM- Homework Help and Computers

After School: 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday from 2:45 – 5:15 PM. An Enrollment Form is available for students who are referred by their classroom teacher. This form must be signed by the parent as permission to attend. Students will be offered a nutritional supper meal each day at 2:45 PM and a snack at 5:05 PM. 

 

Current Programming

This year we are accepting a limited number of applications to attend our after school program in accordance with our grant requirements & COVID guidelines as we strive to provide 1 teacher for every 15 students, in a safe, healthy environment.  Please contact the school or Ms. Dana Duvall for more information. Ms. Duvall's email is dana.duvall@cumberland.kyschools.us

 


                             

 

 

    Family House Retreat - learning about cooking as a family & incorporating the 7      Habits into our every day lives. Families also made a craft together to synergize!        

Families attend a skill building event on cooking as a family & incorporating the 7 Habits into our daily routines.

CCHS STLP students mentor students during a Coding Class .

CCHS STLP mentors younger students in coding during 21st Century

Look Mom! We grew carrots in our 21st Century garden. 

21st Century students show off the carrots they grew in our very own garden.