21st Century Community Learning Grant Program

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21st Century CCLC "Wolf Pack" 2019-2020
Co-Directors
Mary Kay Barrett 770-651-4960
Lea Flotz 770-651-4937

Mason Creek Elementary School's 21st Century CCLC "Wolf Pack" is a part of the 21st Century Community Learning Center's federally funded grant program which concentrates on early intervention to help our students succeed in their education. 

Our program is strategically designed to increase student academic skills, improve self-esteem and provide exposure to life-skills through hands-on activities. We currently provide academic tutoring and enrichment for selected students in the first through fifth grade. This is a free program for qualifying students.  Qualification for this program is dependent upon teacher referral as well as a student assessment to be examined by the directors of the program.

Our program operates daily on regular school days.  If school is not in session on a particular day or afternoon, this program will not be in operation.  Transportation is provided for students living in the Mason Creek school zone.  For additional information regarding the 21st Century CCLC "Wolf Pack", please contact either Club Coordinator—Ms. Barrett or Mrs. Flotz. 

Click here for Wolf Pack Calendar of Events:
MAES Fall Calendar of Events Wolf Pack.pdf


**For questions or concerns in relation to program spending or suspected misappropriation of these federal dollars, please contact the Douglas County School System finance office or call 770.651.2262.



 Click here to access the 2019-20 Parent/Student Handbook:

FY20 21st CCLC Parent-Student Handbook revised 8.19.pdf




 Click below to see our current grant evaluation.

2019_CHAMPS_Summative (1).pdf



             

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