Overall Program Goal
The 21st CCLC Program is collaboration with Reading School District. The overall program goal is to increase state standardized test scores in reading, math, and science while decreasing truancy, negative behaviors and dropout rates by providing a motivating after-school program. The program introduces students to 21st Century Skills that they can use in all areas of their lives. Students learn valuable life skills, such as thinking, reasoning, teamwork, investigative, and creative skills.
The program operates at six schools locations. The four middles schools, intermediate and RHS. The high school program focuses on credit recovery for students. The program operates Tuesdays through Fridays during afterschool hours from 3:30 until 6:30 pm for the middle schools and Reading Intermediate High School and 2:45 until 6:00 pm for Reading High School.
The program has a dual focus of providing academic assistance in addition to engaging students in rigorous STEM programming. The first half of each day is spent on academics which are taught by Reading School District teachers. The second half of the daily program will involve STEM programming operated through Olivet Boys & Girls Club. Students will explore:
- Programming language using Scratch
- Hour of Code
- Build robots
- Create phone apps
- Learn clayanimation
- Hands-on science experiments
All 21st CCLC students are given a free membership to attend any of the seven Olivet Clubs in the Reading area.
For more information, please contact (link to the location page) your child’s school or the Director of 21st CCLC program, Deloris Reviere at Deloris.firstname.lastname@example.org
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