NEW FOR 2021: Opportunity for Non-public schools: 21st Century Community Learning Centers

  • The US Department of Education, through the Florida Department of Education, provides funding to communities through 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC).

    The 21st CCLC Program is an afterschool program offered at select schools in Duval County. Each 21st CCLC Program is a combination of academic assistance and remediation and recreation and enrichment activities for students and their families. Additionally, the nutritional needs of students are addressed through snacks and a light dinner each day. The 21st CCLC afterschool program is free of charge to participating students. 

    This is a notice to private, non-public schools who are interested in participating in the program.  Students who live in the participating schools' attendance zones are eligible to attend afterschool and summer programming at these schools free of charge. Teachers who work at non-public schools may also participate in professional development opportunities that are offered by the porgram.

    If your school is interested in participating in afterschool or summer programing for students, or professional development for teachers, please email Jameira Franklin for more information by February 28, 2021. 

     

    Any interested parties owho would like to learn more information about this opportunity can reach out to the DCPS 21st CCLC Program to schedule a time to learn more.

    The 21st Century Community Learning Center program will be offered at the following school locations beginning in JUNE 2021. 

    SAN JOSE ELEMENTARY

    5805 St. Augustine Rd.

    Jacksonville, FL 32207

     904-739-5260

     

    HYDE PARK ELEMENTARY 

    5300 Park St.

    Jacksonville, FL 32205   

    904-381-3950

     

    Contact Jameira Franklin for more information: 904-390-2995