CHERRY CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT #5, ENGLEWOOD $101,868
In collaboration with a variety of social service, community organizations and businesses, the Cherry Creek School District will provide academic remediation, experiential skill building, service learning, recreation, and parent education programs at three middle schools. The goal of the program is to increase student self-esteem, and pro-social behaviors and enhanceacademic stability and success through expanded learning opportunities.
JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS, LAKEWOOD $526,659
Three charter schools, under the coordination of the Colorado League of Charter Schools and in concert with numerous community partners, will launch three innovative after-school, weekend and summer extended learning center programs serving low-income, inner-city youth, their siblings and their families.
SAN LUIS VALLEY BOCES, ALAMOSA $454,280
Conejos/Costilla Counties Community Learning Centers Project (CC-LEARN) proposes to utilize the best of caring people, and high technology to actively engage learner minds in positive activities through cooperative learning, and community service activities that are engaging disciplined and fun.
ADAMS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO., DENVER $159,000
The John Dewey Community Learning Center After School Academy will provide additional learning opportunities to students at risk of educational failure and to provide middle school students with a safe- drug-free, supervised, and cost-effective after school haven. Offering will address: basic skills development, classroom or homework support, standards acquisition support, enrichment and expanded learning opportunities.
POUDRE SCHOOL DISTRICT, FORT COLLINS $330,020
Two rural community learning centers will be created in the Poudre School District. Program activities include: literacy education programs; children's day care services; integrated education, health, social services, recreational and cultural programs; summer and weekend school programs; and technology education programs for individuals of all ages.