Sheldon ISD After School Programs
The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) After School Program Grant serves as a supplementary program that can enhance state or local reform efforts to improve student academic achievement and support overall student development. According to the U.S. Department of Education (USDE), the purpose of the program is to create community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities for children. A community learning center is an entity that assists students outside school hours or when school is not in session to complement the student’s regular academic program. The 21st CCLC funds will create and expand out-of-school-time programs that offer extended learning opportunities for children and their families.
Title IV, Part B, specifies that 21st CCLC funds are to be used to provide opportunities for communities to establish or expand activities in community learning centers that do the following:
Description of Allowable Activities:
Activities provided by the After School Programs may include but are not limited to the following types of activities, which must be offered in each of the four components, as listed below:
- Academic assistance: These are services and activities that support all educational areas, as needed, to promote student achievement and success in their school experiences. Programs should create exciting intrinsic motivation to sustain constant student participation.
- Enrichment: These are services and activities that provide positive social, cultural, recreational, interpersonal skills, health and wellness, and experiences to enrich and expand students’ understanding of life and involvement in community.
- Family and parental support services: These are services and activities that support and help to increase the participation of parents in the students’ educational experience.
- College and workforce readiness: These are services and activities that promote workforce awareness, job and/or college readiness, skills training, preparation for the workforce, and assistance in the attainment of employment and/or funding for college.
21st Century After School Program Campuses
Quentessa Pool - After School Program Site Coordinator
Null Middle School
Briana Gholston - After School Program Site Coordinator
Dr. Brenda Emanuel
Partnership Afterschool Project Overview
The CASE Partnership Afterschool Project is the result of collaboration between HCDE, the Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC), the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), and local foundations. HCDE commits local funds to supplement literacy and numeracy activities in quality out-of-school time programming for youth.
The goal of the Partnership Afterschool Project is to invest in comprehensive afterschool programs that promote social and emotional learning skills (SEL) and provide increased support of numeracy and literacy development for economically disadvantaged students between the ages of 4 and 12 or up to the age of 19 with a documented disability.
After School Program Partnership Campuses
Janee Elmore - After School Program Team Leader
281-727-4100 / 281-727-4130
Jasmine Johnson - After School Program Team Leader
281- 454-2900 / 281-454-2969
Simona Gordon - After School Program Team Leader
281-456-6700 / 281-727-6734
After School Program Partnership Project Coordinator
Dr. Brenda Emanuel