The Bleckley County Board of Education and Cochran/Bleckley County Family Connection received continuation funding for the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant (21st CCLC) from the State Department of Education for fiscal year 2017.
The 21st Century Community Learning Center will include a variety of activities for students in grades 3-9. These will include academic tutorial in math and language arts as well as science and social studies, homework assistance, art, enrichment and recreation. The center will also provide a number of summer activities for the students as well as opportunities for parental involvement.
Mrs. Pamela Moore is leading the 21st Century Learning Center team as the Program Director. Ms. Sheila Brantley is the Family Services/Site Coordinator. This program has a staff of 8 teachers and up to 24 academic tutors to reach the goals of assisting students in improving proficiency in reading/language arts and mathematics, promoting family literacy and parental involvement.
The students will arrive at the 21st CCLC Monday – Thursday after school. They are each served a healthy snack and begin a rotation of tutorial assistance, homework completion, art & enrichment activities and recreation.
We are excited to have this opportunity for our children and families here in Bleckley County. For more information, you may call Mrs. Pamela Moore at 934-4300 Ext. 2 or Ms. Sheila Brantley at 934-4300 Ext. 1