There are many options for before and after school programs to extend your child’s educational experiences beyond school hours.
There are three types of before and after care options: fee-based programs, 21st Century Community Learning Center programs, and community-managed programs.
Fee-based programs: PreK through fourth grade programs managed by Metro Schools at select schools require a fee or tuition to participate.
21st CCLC/ LEAPs Programs: Metro Schools was awarded a federal grant to expand academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours in high-poverty or low-performing schools. Twenty-first community learning centers (CCLC) provide programs that are free for families.
Community-managed programs: There are some community organizations that offer before and after school programs at certain schools. Fees or program cost may vary depending on the service provider.
Each Metro Schools-managed program adheres to district policy.
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Intent to Apply
Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools is entering into the 2019 grant competition for 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC). The overarching goal of the 21st CCLC program is to provide students—particularly students who attend schools in need of improvement—with academic enrichment opportunities and support services to help them meet state and local standards in the core content areas.
We would like your feedback. Please share any ideas, feedback, or concerns regarding our intent to apply for the 2019 grant competition to email@example.com on or before March 27, 2019.
Call the Department of Extended Learning Programs 615-259-3282 X-858304
Email the department: ExtendedLearning@mnps.org
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