Extended Learning


The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) program provides academic support and enrichment designed to help students meet state and local standards.  The 21st CCLC program provides a broad array of activities and services that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students.

Mission
  • To improve student grades, behavior, and attendance through challenging after-school programming.
Goals/Performance Indicators
  • Performance Goal 1:  All students will reach high academic standards at a minimum attaining proficiency or better in reading/language arts and mathematics.
  • Performance Goal 2:  All students will exhibit positive behavior changes that support academic and social growth.
  • Performance Goal 3:  The percentage of students who are chronically absent from school will decrease.
  • Performance Goal 4:  Family engagement will be embedded in the entirety of the program. 
Public Notices

EDGAR 34 CFR 76532 
Use of funds for religion prohibited.
  • (a) No State or subgrantee may use its grant or subgrant to pay for any of the following:
    • (1) Religious worship, instruction, or proselytization.
    • (2) Equipment or supplies to be used for any of the activities specified in paragraph (a)(1) of this section.
Program Schedule
  • The 21st CCLC program meets each school day from 3:00-5:30(Monday-Thursday).  The program begins with a free, healthy snack provided by the school nutrition department.  If the school is dismissed early for inclement weather, the after-school program will not meet.
Family and Community Involvement
  • Throughout the year special activities are planned to promote family involvement.  Parents are encouraged to show support of the program and their children by attending these special events.  Family members are also invited to speak with their school's site coordinator about additional opportunities for involvement in the program.
  • Various organizations and businesses have agreed to serve as partners in the 21st CCLC program.  These partners enhance the program by sharing special skills or expertise.
Helpful Links for Families








Contact Information
Below you will find the directory of 21st CCLC site coordinators and project director.  Contact the coordinator at your student's school if you have specific questions regarding registration, program activities, etc.

Bondecroft Elementary
Sara Cope
931-935-2359

Cassville Elementary
Juli Johnson
931-761-2277

Doyle Elementary
Brenda Knox
931-657-2287

Findlay Elementary
Rebecca Ryan
931-738-2412 

Northfield Elementary
Beth Peek
931-761-7979

Woodland Park Elementary
Valarie Butcher
931-738-3505

White County Middle School
Farrah Griffith
931-738-9238

District Project Director
Karen Benningfield
931-836-2229