CHIPPEWA FALLS AREA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, CHIPPEWA
The Voyagers Community Learning Center will connect the community's areas of strength, promote healthy options for middle school youth in the context of a learning community, and offer programs accessible to those historically under-served in Chippewa Falls.
GREEN BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, GREEN BAY $400,000
The Green Bay 21st Century Community Learning Center Program will provide expanded after-school and summer learning focusing on personal development, recreation, and violence and substance abuse prevention activities for 800 children in eight urban and rural elementary and middle schools who are at high risk of academic and social problems.
MADISON METROPOLITAN SCHOOL DISTRICT $360,643
This after-school initiative will offer a common core of services that focus on 1) extended learning time in math and reading for at-risk middle and elementary students, 2) prevention/reduction of negative behavior and the building of assets among youth, parents, and other adults, 3) interactive telecommunications, and 4) recreation and other enrichment for people of all ages.
WAUSAU SCHOOL DISTRICT, WAUSAU $400,000
The Wausau After School Program will provide tutoring, enrichment classes and recreational sports for approximately 50 students each night. A cooperative working relationship has been developed with the Boys and Girls Club of Wausau.
FRANKLIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT, FRANKLIN $223,600
The Franklin Public Schools, in collaboration with various community agencies and organizations, will be providing recreational and scholastic after-school activities for children and adults.
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF FLAMBEAU, TONY $200,000
The Youth Connections Project (YCP) will operate in five rural schools. Each will raise community awareness; create a pool of volunteers trained to tutor and mentor youth; provide leadership training focused on solving community problems; use collaboration to focus local resources; and establish multi-sector partnerships. Students of ages 11-15 is the focus and will be linked to caring adults and older students through tutoring and mentoring, career goal-setting, and service learning.