The Georgia Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Center program supports Wilkes County Schools in the creation of an after-school program for both public school students (WWPS, WWES, WWMS and WWCHS) and private school students (ECA) of Wilkes County. This after-school program, located at all schools in Wilkes County, provides a safe environment for academics, particularly for reading, math, and enrichment after the regular school day has been completed.
The Wilkes County 21st Century Community Learning Center program includes activities students enjoy doing while they simultaneously learn, master skills they have been having difficulty with and translate this learning into improvement in their regular classes. Enrichment activities are often real-world based activities that require students to apply the skills they have learned during the school day.
Enrichment activies are multi-disciplinary whereby the student uses academic skills from multiple subject areas. These activities broaden students' experiences by including the arts, dance, recreation, and cultural activities.
The 21st Century Community Learning Center program sponsors parent engagement opportunities during the year.
For more information about the 21st Century Community Learning Center program, please contact Lillian Andrews-Booker @ 706-990-9074 or email@example.com
More Information about the 21st Century Program