Leap y Rise no en sesion
jueves 7 de deciembre.
en el desfile de Monroe.
The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant is a federally funded program that is designed to offer students a wide array of programs.
The NML 21st CCLC program provides academic, artistic, and cultural opportunities to students and their families when school is not in session. This program is also known as LEAP (Learning Enrichment Academic Program.) The primary goal is to supplement the education of children so that they meet state core curriculum content standards.
The LEAP program offers academic support, small group tutoring, and enrichment activities that expose students to new skills. LEAP uses hands-on tools, reviews skills for working toward mastery, and works to advance every student in the program. Our program offers a variety of enrichment activities such as field trips, stem, music, physical education, art, web design and other various enhancement activities. We work with community partners who provide outstanding support and learning activities for our students. These many volunteers are a vital part of our program.
We also strongly encourage families to participate in their child's learning and offer parent events throughout the school year.
Parents must register their student - spots are limited! Please see the site coordinator for applications and information.
Transportation is provided, restrictions apply. A daily snack is provided.
The LEAP program runs Monday – Thursday from 3:25 – 6:25