BAY SHORE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT, BAY SHORE
The Community Learning Center at Bay Shore Middle School will improve the education, wellness, and character development of children and youth in this inner city community.
BRONX SUPERINTENDENCY, BRONX $184,282
Three extended day centers will provide a menu of academic and recreational activities including English and math tutoring, homework assistance, a reading club, journalism and newspaper production, computer skills training, a performance arts program, and various recreational options.
THE HERITAGE SCHOOL, NEW YORK $121,389
The Heritage Community Learning Center will provide activities for weekday, Saturday, and summer programs: Homework Support and Tutorials, Community Arts Program, Community Service Learning, Family in a School, and Comprehensive Health Program.
CITY SCHOOLS OF MOUNT VERNON, MOUNT VERNON $262,007
The City Schools of Mount Vernon in collaboration with eleven community agencies will provide services to two elementary schools and one middle school to prevent and reduce drug and alcoholism and increase students' academic levels . The Centers will offer a variety of services, including literacy education, integrated education, health, social service, recreation and cultural activities.
NEW YORK CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION, BRONX $508,046
The District Ten Community Learning Center Initiative will provide services for middle school students in five schools. The services will include scholastic activities to improve middle school student's literacy skills, increased accessibility of school libraries to the community, original video broadcast production I collaboration with a cable television partner, adult literacy workshops, mentoring, and recreational activities.
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 9, BRONX $599,992
Project Scale will link schools and community-based organizations to provide comprehensive extended-day programs for 1,200 grade 6-8 students targeted at risk because of poor academic performance and negative behaviors.
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 13, BROOKLYN $471,794
PAP-21 (Placed at Promise for the 21st Century) creates opportunities for adolescents in three middle schools and the surrounding Bedford Stuyvesant community to participate in academic, social and physical development activities.
SANDY CREEK CENTRAL SCHOOL, SANDY CREEK $84,800
The Sandy Creek After School Center will offer homework mentoring, computer-based instruction (in reading, writing and math), career exploration, substance abuse education/prevention, conflict resolution, and nutritional snacks as well as recreational activities and general counseling services to students in grades 4-8.
SODUS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, SODUS $100,498
The Sodus 21st Century Community Learning Center will coordinate existing and future school and community resources to provide ample high quality extended day, week and year education and substance abuse and violence reduction opportunities.
WADLEIGH SCHOOL, NEW YORK $200,000
The No Homicide, No Suicide, No Genocide-Creating a Village of Peace Program will provide children and their families the opportunities to learn and develop in a safe, drug-free environment outside of the regular school hours. Program components include extended learning opportunities, safety and substance abuse avoidance programs, recreation and social activities, opportunities that use advanced technology, and health and social services.
ONEONTA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, ONEONTA $195,588
Three rural upstate New York school districts have formed a consortium with community agencies to address state-wide standards and provide higher academic expectations for all students. Program components will include academic, tutorial, cultural, leadership, enrichment and community service activities, as well as adult education.
FARMINGDALE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT, FARMINGTON
Operation SNARK (Safety Net for At Risk Kids) is a Long Island consortium of the Westbury, Farmingdale, Amityville, Copiague and South County school districts with a profile of high poverty, high immigrant, dense special education and high crime populations. SNARK will provide specialized academic, social, recreational and emotional support programs for students in the targeted middle schools.
YONKERS CITY SCHOOLS, YONKERS $327,533
The Yonkers 21st Century Schools Consortium is designed to provide extended learning experiences including: support for standards-based school work in reading and mathematics; homework help; literacy, integrated education, health, social service, recreational, cultural and musical experiences; technology experiences for students, parents and community members; safety and substance-abuse avoidance programs to students.