21st CCLC Community Survey
The Bernalillo Public Schools plans to apply for the 2021-2025 cycle of 21st CCLC funding. This grant is a Federal Grant given to state education departments to provide Out Of School Learning times (OST) to communities with high percentage of low income, low proficiency rates, free and reduced, low graduation rates, and Native American populations. If funded, school sites will provide 8 hours per week of programing outside of school hours for any student that registers at that site. Programming will include tutoring, homework help, and enrichment activities as requested by the families and students at the site (possible programming incudes STEAM activities, Robotics, Career and Technology like welding and construction, film, drama, culinary arts classes, physical activity, etc).
Schools your children attend
Santo Domingo Elementary
Santo Domingo Middle
W.D. Carroll Elementary
If funded and offered at your child's school, would you send your child to the 21st CCLC afterschool program? Students attending would be given tutoring and homework assistance based on their need as well as enrichment activities on a daily basis.
What types of activities would you like to see offered at your child's site? Choose all that apply.
Tutoring in Math and Reading - based on my child's needs
Career and Technical classes
Physical Activities, like running club, team sports, games
If funded, each 21st CCLC would also offer family engagement and parent classes. What would you most like to see your site offer to parents?
Literacy classes (reading classes)
Healthy Cooking Classes
Family Fun Nights -- like Science, Math, or Literacy Nights
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