Responsibility, Initiative, Success, and Empowerment
The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers RISE program is a federally grant funded after school program. The goals of the program are to support and increase students’ learning by providing daily academic support and enrichment activities that engage students in various academically focused cultural, recreational, technological and arts activities not normally offered during the regular school day. A nutritional snack and free bus transportation is offered to all participants
The program is held directly after school on Monday-Thursday from 2:30-5:30 p.m.
We partner with community partners and volunteers, who are a vital part of our program. Along with our community partners we strongly encourage families to participate in their child's learning and offer parent events throughout the school year.
For students to be a part of the NML 21st CCLC RISE program parents must register their student - spots are limited.