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21st Century Community Learning Grants in West Virginia Grantee City Contact Award Year Year One Award Program Description Impact West Side is a collaboration of two after school organizations coming together to serve approximately 500 children from the West Side. The Center's are Boys & Girl's Club & The Bob providing a safe haven for at-risk kids that are given little Burdette Center, Inc Charleston Kim Creel / Russ Bo 2004 $216,860 hope to succeed in life. We provide after school and summer programs and activities to youth and teens ages 6 - 18 in five core areas: education & career development; character & Boys & Girls Club of Pleasants leadership development; health & life skills; the arts; and County, Inc. St. Marys Kristi Venderlic 2004 $134,620 sports, fitness & recreation. Provide after school learning programs at 7 community- based locations. These activities will supplement the after school programs already in existence at these sites by Boys and Girls Clubs of providing tutoring, remedial help, mentoring, and Parkersburg Parkersburg Russ Snyder 2003 $193,670 community activities. Calhoun County's project provides after school activities at three locations, two elementary schools and one Calhoun County Schools Mt. Zion Jean Simers 2004 $200,000 middle/high school. CIVIC DUTY: Student The CIVIC Duty afterschool program helps students Aspect:/Huntington Boys and Girls academically, educationally, physically to provide a well- Club Afterschool program Huntington Darlene Cartwright 2003 $247,549 rounded experience to all participants and their families. This project provides after school enrichment and academic opportunities for any student (or parent) at any of our 7 schools, partnering with other projects, for after Clay County Schools Clay Cindy Willis 2003 $249,597 school Monday through Thursday. We provide homework help and educational projects to our students. We have certified teacher who provide Community Resources, Inc. of tutoring and reteaching in homework. We are also Wirt County Elizabeth Heather Myers 2003 $199,662 exposing our students to multicultural events. A Kindergarten through grade Five program located at five Kanawha County School sites and providing academic support and community service provider Kanawha County Board Of enrichment opportunities for two and one half hours four Education Charleston Ralph Phelps 2003 $115,461 to five days per week depending on the school site. Lincoln County 21st Century Community Learning Centers provide participants with core academic services to improve student achievement in reading, math and Lincoln County Schools Hamlin Leigh Childers 2004 $250,000 science. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in West Virginia In collaboration with the West Virginia Department of Education and the United States Department of Education, the Marion County Board of Education offers after-school academic support for children at-risk at three Marion County Schools Fairmont Diane Furman / Tho 2003 $200,000 21st Century Community Learning Centers. Marshall County Schools 21st CCLC Sites offer students a safe environment after school, expanded academic enrichment opportunities, tutorial and homework assistance, a chance to socialize, youth development Marshall County Schools Moundsville Dara Pond 2003 $260,000 activities, community service projects… we offer academic and social services to about 280-300 students in our 12 sites. we work on increasing student achievement in Math and Reading esp. for students in the novice and partial mastery levels in reading and Mercer County Schools Princeton Tom Chaffins 2003 $182,542 math. The Kaleidoscope Academic Support Program will provide academic assistance to low-achieving students through high-quality reading and math programs at five Monongalia County Schools Morgantown Lynn Sobolov 2004 $256,000 elementary locations. Our Own Backyard provides afterschool programming at Mountain View Elementary/Middle School and Peterstown Elementary and Middle Schools. Activities include academic instruction, tutoring and homework Monroe County Schools Union Judy Azulay 2003 $200,000 help, and cultural and recreational activities. This 21st Century Learing Center project will focus on a plan for the design and implementaion of programs to New River Health Association of prevent behaviors that put adolescents at risk for Fayette County Scarbro Benitez Jackson 2003 $253,275 academic failure and improve academic performance. Project SCORE seeks to conserve a sustainable, comprehensive, district-wide program to address the needs of students, parents, and community members. Project SCORE offers extended day and year Nicholas County Schools Summersville Luther Baker 2003 $226,236 opportunities that focus on academics and enrichment. The Anchor Program offers homework help, arts and sciences through Oglebay Institute, life skills through Laughlin Chapel, literacy through the Ohio County Public Ohio County Schools / Madison Library, physical education and computer time four days Elementary Wheeling Rosemary Anderson 2004 $150,435 a week, and optional extra programs. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in West Virginia The primary focus of our program is to help close the achievement disparities experienced by low socio- economic status and African American youth in the Partnership of African American greater Charleston area. We operate four sites in Churches Institute Wendy Moore 2004 $260,000 Kanawha County. Our program has developed a very individualized and one on one approach in providing quailty programs for our students.Although many of our students have not Planned Approach to Communty attended 30 days,they have benefited very much from the Health of Roane County Spencer David McCutcheon 2003 $200,000 attention they have recieved. This project will provide special emphasis upon meeting the needs of at risked students. The major outcome will be increased student achievement and meeting Pocahontas County Schools Marlinton Roger Trusler 2003 $137,000 adequate yearly progress under No Child Left Behind. The After School Explorers Program provides academic, enrichment, and recreation choices for Eastern, Central and Southern Preston County elementary school children Preston County Board of and their families. The primary program objectives are to Education Kingwood Lanai Jennings 2004 $326,540 provide increased student achievement. The 21st CCLC program was created to provide afterschool opportunities for students in schools not RESA IV for Braxton, Fayette, meeting AYP as defined by the State of WV and NCLB Greenbrier, Nicholas, Pocohontas guidelines, to improve academic achievement and/or & Webster Counties Summersville Harold Brooks 2003 $556,437 improve attendance and/or improve graduation rates. Project ISAAC (Increasing Student Achievement, Advancing Communities) is a consortium of four county / school systems that were awarded funding to start five RESA VII (Expansion) Clarksburg Beth Trimble 2004 $500,000 additional 21st Century Community Learning Centers. Project ISAAC (Increasing Student Achievement, Advancing Communities) is a consortium of four county / RESA VII for Barbour, Doddridge, school systems that were awarded funding to start four Harrison,& Marion Counties Clarksburg Jeovanna Lacaria 2003 $398,203 21st Century Community Learning Centers. 21st Century Community Learning Grants in West Virginia Our aim is to provide educational, recreational, health, and social service programs for residents of all ages in our rural community. This is operated by Ritchie County School System in conjunction with local governmental Ritchie County Schools Harrisville Tanya Barker 2003 $89,839 agencies, businesses, vocationa We will offer opportunities for programs 4 days a week in the Harts and Chapmanville area. All sites will have programs that include academic tutoring, arts/music and Step by Step Harts Tamara Boling 2004 $280,963 technology to help reinforce the students basic skills. Tucker County's CCLC Grant will provide a concise model delivered at three sites. The concentrations will be in enrichment, accelerate and motivational extended school day. An achievement gap will be explored via Tucker County Schools Parsons Dwain Wilcox 2004 $261,305 tutoring, mentoring, enrichment activities. Wayne County Schools & 21st Century Ceredo Kenova Community Learning Playmates Child Development Centers has eight sites. Serving the Cabell and Wayne Centers of Wayne County Wayne Jeanette Barker / Ga 2003 $190,103 area. Purpose: To serve kindergarten and elementary school students in four small, rural Central Appalachia communities. Vision Appalachia, a community-based faith organization and World Vision affiliate, operates World Vision, Inc. Philippi Ruston Seaman 2003 $231,554 three KidREACH after-school programs.