21st Century Community Learning Grants in Georgia Grantee City Contact Award Year Year One Award Program Description The Berrien County Collaborative's 21st Century grant is providing an after school program for grades six through eight in Nashville, Georgia. This program includes: homework assistance; enrichment math, reading, and Berrien County Board of Education Nashville Gary Chapman 2002 $118,385 science workshops; cultural arts. Macon SEEDS (Success through Eduational Enrichment Delivery Systems) seeks to address the need for afterschool and summer programs defined by the high Board of Public Education for Bibb incidences of juvenile crime, teen pregnancy and Co. Macon Julie Holloway 2003 $429,287 students critically below standard academic performance. Nine participating schools will have tutoring component for a minimum of 5 hours a weeek. The tutoring population is made of students identified for remedial Bulloch County Board of education and academic enricihment directly related to Education Statesboro Catherine Hendrix 2003 $833,362 Ga's curriculum standards. Our project involves two of our elementary schools and operates to increase student academic achievement through remedial and enrichment programs for Butts County elementary students who are at risk for failure in Butts County Schools Jackson Sheree Bryant 2002 $133,838 school. The Tiger T.R.I.B.E. project provides for afterschool enrichment in Math and Reading as well as recreational Catoosa County Schools Tunnel Hill Wendy Ingram 2002 $147,690 opportunities for the children of Tiger Creek Elementary. Paws & Claws After School keeps children safe, helps working families, and provides academic and enrichment services to primary and elementary age children. We pride ourselves as a gathering place that engages youth Catoosa County Schools Ringgold Donna Jackson 2003 $435,576 in activities which promote learning. Chattooga County School System's 21st CCLC program has three components for five school sites: an after school program; a summer school program; and a family literacy program. The after/summer school programs Chattooga County School System Summerville Diane Poole 2002 $256,069 provide academic assistance and enrichment activities. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in Georgia A partnership between City Schools of Decatur and Decatur Recreation Department provides afterschool enrichment, technology instruction, tutorial and care for children in pre-k through eighth grades at 3 elementary City of Decatur Decatur Marian Melton 2003 $668,360 and one middle school. Pathways to Success Program (PSP) is implemented in 4 middle schools with 90% of the staff state certified teachers. The extended day instruction is taught through project based learning which provides a rigorous and Clarke County School District Athens Suzanne Kennedy 2002 $95,224 relevant curriculum to all students. Tift 21st CCLC provides academic enrichment, youth development, and family activities at 7 primary and Coastal Plain RESA/Tift County Tifton Stephanie Alexande 2003 $998,627 elementary schools in rural south Georgia. Our program is desinged primarily as a tutorial based program for students behind in reading and math. Art is an integral part of our program and students attend art Colquitt/Miller Arts Council, Inc. Colquitt Laura Hall 2003 $398,863 one day per week. The project serves 180 children across 5 community- based centers located throughout Colquitt County. No Communities In Schools of significant changes in circumstances, achievements, or Colquitt County, Inc Moultrie Denise Bell 2004 $689,432 barriers have been encountered. The Crawford County CCLC project is a comprehensive youth development and support effort that uses multiple partners to bring about a wrap-around platform for the Crawford County Board of identified needs of the youth. It marries academic support Education Roberta John Douglas 2004 $839,946 with character and leadership development. We have an afterschool and summer program at two elementary and one middle school sites. Each student receives instruction in reading and math each day and Crisp County School System Cordele Connie Peeples 2004 $525,000 also participates in computer lab and activity classes. The Dade County After School Program is intended to extend the regular school day and provide those alternatives to education not afforded during the regular Dade County School System Trenton Ronda Hamilton 2002 $307,068 school day. We provide after-school remediation, acceleration, and enrichment to at risk students at three of our NI elementary schools. Our greatest obstacle has been Decatur County Schools Bainbridge John Hinson 2003 $680,845 parent involvement. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in Georgia Our afterschool program operated 5 days per week during the 2003-04 school year in 35 elementary schools across four public school systems: DeKalb, Fulton, Newton, and Atlanta Public Schools. Our goal is to DeKalb County School System Decatur Mindy DiSalvo 2002 $768,274 provide academic enrichment and tutorial service. Our initiative includes a variety of activities during after school, summer and weekend programming at four sites. These sites include: North Dodge Elementary School, South Dodge Elementary School, Dodge County Middle Dodge Board Of Education Eastman Jeanette Cadwell 2002 $306,982 School and the Dodge County B&G Club Douglas County Schools and our co-applicant partner, Communities in Schools (CIS), a part of the CORE community collaborative of Douglas County have joined forces to form SMART: Students Maximizing Afterschool Douglas County School System Douglasville Mitzi Teal 2004 $698,231 Resource Time We offer academic and enrichment opportunities to poverty ridden students who are low achievers and have no access to these opportunities. We are working on building positive self esteem and changing attitudes Early County School System Blakely Gwen Houston 2003 $376,180 about school and achievement. The Floyd County Board of Education has established three 21st Century Community Learning Centers to increase student academic achievement and family development in the rural communities of Alto Park, Cave Floyd County Board of Education Rome Jamie Massey 2002 $556,614 Spring, and Pepperell. The Safe Haven-3:00 project is an after school achievement based student and family services support program. With 100 students primarily African American, from metro Atlanta area's low-achieving Title 1 schools, FSC/Safe Haven-3:00 Project Stone Mtn Rev.H.L. White 2003 $555,058 that have been identified as Needs Improvement. Primarily provide After-School Program activities to incarcerated youth. Introduced Community Schools to the Georgia Department of Juvenile program. Department is in a change mode and the Justice Decatur John Rickicki 2002 $175,000 program must be very flexible and adapt to change. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in Georgia Our afterschool program operates 4 days per week in two Greene County elementary schools: Jackson and North Mulberry. Our goal is to provide academic Greene County Schools Greensboro Bonnie Morrison 2002 $185,200 enrichment and tutorial services to vulnerable students. The 21st CCLC program assists in meeting the needs of K-5 students and their families by providing them opportunities to develop educationally and socially Hall County YMCA, Inc. Gainsville Mike E. Brown 2002 $317,988 through enrichment classes and programs. Project ExCITE is a joint effort between the Jeff Davis County Board of Education and Jeff Davis Family Connections. It allows Jeff Davis county students and their families to EXplore Cultural,Instructional, and Jeff Davis Board of Education Hazlehurst, GA Saralyn Stapleton 2004 $607,121 Technological Experiences. Our 21st CCLC program provides credit recovery, Jenkins County Board of academic improvement, and enrichment opportunities for Education Millen Julie Chance 2003 $488,600 students before/after school and during summer months. The Johnson County CCLC project is designed to Johnson County Board of respond to youth development needs on physical, Education Wrightsville Barbara Spurlock 2004 $175,000 emotional, and intellectual dimensions. Collaboration between Marietta City Schools and the Anderson Boys and Girls Club of Marietta to provide students at the 7th and 8th grade after-school academic Marietta City Schools Marietta Rona Roberts 2004 $175,000 and cultural enrichment opportunities. The 21st Century Community Learning Center sites at Dearing Elementary, Thomson Elementary, Norris Elementary and Thomson Middle School are all designed McDuffie County Board of to develop the whole person through academics, Education Thomson Luci Linnenkohl 2002 $583,346 socialization, character building, physical fitness. This comprehensive program will increase learning opportunities and coordinate existing community resources to promote positive health, social, and Meriwether County Board of psychological outcomes for 540 (108 per center) Education Greenville Christopher Wilson 2004 $875,000 disadvantaged K-8 students and their families. The Health Promotion Resource Center (HPRC) at the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), Clay County Board of Education (CCBE), and Stewart County Board of Education (SCBE) in partnership with Quitman County Morehouse School of Medicine Atlanta Mary Langley 2002 $645,640 Board of Education (QCBE). 21st Century Community Learning Grants in Georgia SACK 21st CCLC provides tutorial and enrichment services to 7 sites and one Faith Based/CBO Adult Education site. After school hours of operation are 4 days a week from 3:00-6:00prm, Fridays are for special Muscogee County School District Columbus Arline Kitchen 2004 $605,487 events or Staff Development training. The Rabun County 21st CCLC project established an after school program and four-week full day summer program of extended academic instruction and enrichment activities that serve grade k-8 students from Rabun County School System Clayton Laverne Beck 2003 $718,928 four poverty impacted schools. Our project served any students (and their parents) who applied in grades 3-8 at three sites- Andrew College, Randolph Elementary, and Randolph-Clay Middle. Adult literacy, homework help, enrichment, and accelerated Randolph County School System Cuthbert Debra Heath 2003 $319,935 remediation in technology, math, science. The Family Academics for Mentoring Innovative Life and Youth Development (FAMILY) is a collaborative partnership between the Richmond County Board of Richmond County Board of Education (RCBOE), Augusta State University (ASU), Education Augusta Kay A Crawford, ED 2003 $900,580 Augusta Technical College and Family Connections. The program serves at-risk students from 13 schools at 8 sites; 4 middle schools and 4 elementary schools. The Savannah-Chatham County Public Spring Break intercession is being reviewed for Schools Savannah LaWanda Ransom 2004 $1,399,923 modicfiactions based on program changes by the district. Project Nobility is a partnership between Spelman College and Brown Middle School to facilitate a 21st Century Community Learning Center. The center Spelman College Atlanta Pauline Drake 2003 $487,791 integrates character development into afterschool. We provide summer school for 220 elementary school aged students. Our academic focus is reading, mathematics, and writing. Enrichment activities in science,arts, technology, and sports are offered each Stephens County School System Toccoa Carol Booth 2003 $538,430 afternoon. The project is a collaborative formed by Sumter Co. Schools, Boys and Girls clubs, and Methodist Home for Sumter County Schools Americus Mary Anne Jones 2003 $548,552 Children and Youth. Children at 12 sites are served. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in Georgia We have 3 learning centers, Upper Elementary, Middle, and High Schools in Taylor County. We provide an after school program for at risk children in grades 1st throught Taylor County Board of Education Butler Nancy Peacock 2004 $468,674 12th. Tennis In The 'Hood after-school learning center focuses on providing academic-direct teaching, academic enrichment-indirect teacging, physical fitness/tennis and Tennis in the 'Hood, Inc. Fayetteville Jinaki Wilson 2003 $175,580 intervention/leadership skills to elementary age youth. Terrell County Schools' 21st CCLC program addresses the literacy and related educational needs of our stuents and families. The majority of workshops and clinic focus on competency in reading, math, and science with some Terrell County Schools Dawson Shirley Jones 2004 $350,000 academic enrichment in language. The Turner County 21st Centruy Community Learning Center Initiative is targeting 200 at-risk students, in grades K-8, and their parents, at two sites (elememntary Turner County Board of Education Ashburn Gloria Pylant 2004 $348,554 and middle schools). The Twiggs County 21st Century project is a 4-8 after school program with a family literacy component that Twiggs County Public Schools Jeffersonville Carol Brown 2003 $911,380 includes the siblings and family members of the students. We are a 3-site afterschool and summer program focusing heavily on academic acheivement and improvement as well as enrichment classes such as fine arts, technology and recreation. We believe that each Union County Schools Blairsville Dana Stephens-Cra 2004 $525,000 child needs an opportunity to shine. The LEAP program provides academic & enrichment activities in an extended-day and extended year setting. The program operates after school, on Saturdays, during Walton County Public Schools Monroe Rita Dickinson 2003 $280,864 interessions, and during the summer months. Webster County Board of Webster Co. 21stCCLC is an after-school program that Commissioners Preston Dwanna Carter 2002 $98,159 serves grades k-8 at Webster County Elementary.
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