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21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) were designed to expand learning opportunities, and support partnerships between schools and community resources. Community learning centers, such as Boys & Girls Clubs, operated during non-school hours, are designed to help students meet State and local student academic achievement standards in core academic subjects and offer them a broad array of activities that can complement their regular academic programs.

Programs that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students

In addressing its primary goal of ensuring that academic enrichment opportunities are available to students who are not meeting state standards in core academic areas, 21st CCLC’s funding in our Clubs are used to provide a broad array of services, such as youth development activities; tutorial services; entrepreneurial education programs; drug and violence prevention programs; counseling programs; art, music, and recreation programs; technology education programs; and character education programs that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students. In addition, Clubs that are 21st CCLC’s may offer opportunities for literacy and related educational development to families of participating students.

PROGRAM LOCATIONS

FOSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2014 E Diana St, Tampa, FL 33610
Site Coordinator: AJ Salary – ajsalary@bgctampa.org
Monday – Friday
PM Program – bell dismissal to 6pm
Summer Program: Monday – Friday
7:30am – 5pm

SLIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL
2011 E Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL 33610
Site Coordinator: Ryan Edwards redwards@bgctampa.org
Monday – Friday
PM Program – bell dismissal to 6pm
Summer Program: Monday – Thursday
7:30am – 5pm

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Program follows Hillsborough County Public School District Calendar for holidays and closures.

Additional program information will be shared at the mandatory program orientation.

Program Resources

Parents interested in enrolling their child(ren) in the program and are considered eligible may register for either program via the Parent Portal at parentportal.bgctampa.org. When enrolling, please select either the FOSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL club location or the SLIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL club location. To be considered eligible for 21st CCLC programming at Foster Elementary School or Sligh Middle School, your child(ren) must be currently enrolled at either Foster Elementary School or Sligh Middle School.

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