COVINGTON INDEPENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, COVINGTON
Through an innovative partnership with community agencies, businesses and residents, Covington Independent Public Schools will provide a range of extended learning opportunities for youth and adults during non-school hours at a junior high school and two elementary schools. These schools will offer programs that will improve academic achievement, develop parents' skills, provide integrated education, health, social services for the entire community, and promote diverse community involvement.
JESSAMINE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, NICHOLASVILLE
A rural Center in the East Jessamine Middle School will enable the identification, referral, tracking and follow-up services for students at risk of educational failure. The Center will be open after school every day as well as in June and August.
BUCKHORN SCHOOL, BUCKHORN $213,421
The Buckhorn School Community Learning Center will reach k-12 students, with an emphasis on middle grades reading, mathematics, and science so students can meet state requirements. In addition, sports and recreation, cultural enrichment, high school and college visits, and career exploration will be featured.
BARREN COUNTY SCHOOLS, GLASGOW $200,000
Your House--Our House--The Club House will be established in the Barren County Middle School and included students, parents, community professionals, and service agencies. Instruction in reading and science will be offered to approximately 800 students in grades 6-8.
ROWAN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, MOREHEAD $138,907
The Learning Center Consortium will integrate learning into after-school and summer enrichment programs focused on reading, science, mathematics, recreation, and the arts through collaboration among existing community resources. A drug prevention and early intervention program will also be provided.
PULASKI COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, SOMERSET $130,250
The District and its partners--Southern Middle School, Southern Youth Services, and the State Extended School Services Program--will extend access and operational hours in school and offer academic remediation and enrichment classes, library and computer access, counseling, arts and humanities opportunities, senior citizen involvement, and adult education.