Featured Programs

Improving the outcomes of students in Oregon's 21st CCLC programs

Featured Programs

21st CCLC Spotlight on Oregon City

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Oregon City Service Learning Academy Charter High School and Jennings Lodge Elementary K-2 offer a wide array of academic and enrichment activities

21st CCLC Featured Program SKEF

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Director: Jodi Blackman |  jodi@skeducationfoundation.org  | 503-364-2933

21st CCLC Spotlight on Meadows Elementary

This Portland program partners with Active Children (AC) Portland to offer quality soccer and poetry programming for 15 students in grades 4-6.

21st CCLC Featured Program David Douglas SD

Students in front of mural.

In addition to after school services, RISE aims to connect students to the greater Portland community through field trips. Pictured above is a field trip in which students collaborated with AptArt to paint a mural in downtown Portland.

21st CCLC Spotlight on Gresham Barlow 21st CCLC SUN Program

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In Partnership with El Programa Hispano Catolico, Metropolitan Family Service, and Multnomah County SUN Service System, the 21st CCLC SUN Program serves students at 6 sites.

21st CCLC Spotlight on Siuslaw School District 97J Twilight Programs

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The Twilight program is a team of staff, parents, and children who are dedicated to providing after school academic assistance, enrichment activities, and recreational experiences, in safe and productive environments, for children in grades K-12.

21st CCLC Spotlight on Central School District 13J

At Central High School, students are not only academically supported but are offered FAFSA, scholarship and resume writing workshops in addition to access to the career center where mentors are available daily. Enrichments include Auto Mechanics, Environmental Science, Chess and Creative Writing. Every Thursday students have access to The Gate for a variety of fun, rewarding opportunities.

21st CCLC Spotlight on Portland Public Schools

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Four of Portland's 21st CCLC programs are proud to share information about their unique programming.

21st CCLC Spotlight on North Clackamas School District

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The Metropolitan Family Service CAFE Program at Milwaukie High School has created a safe and welcoming place for students to come after school by implementing a program framework grounded in Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

21st CCLC Spotlight Lincoln County School District

students painting mural

Lincoln County School District is proud to share highlights from this year’s daily STEAM activities.

21st CCLC Spotlight Hood River County School District

Hood River County School District is pleased to highlight our partnership with Columbia Gorge Arts in Education.

21st CCLC Spotlight Three Rivers School District

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In addition to tutoring assistance for students, the Three Rivers programs offer a wide variety of classes ranging from archery, cooking, art exploration, drama and more. Below are descriptions of three of the classes offered.

21st CCLC Spotlight Falls City

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The F.A.C.E.S. (Family, Academics, Community and Enrichment for Success) program in Falls City offers programming beginning the 3rd week of school and ending the week before school ends in June.

21st CCLC Spotlight Forest Grove

Students and families at Roots and Shoots Summit

The Tom McCall Community Learning Center will engage, nurture, and inspire youth to find and navigate their own personal compass. Our goal is to create partnerships with students, families and community members that focus on equity, cultural diversity, and academic achievement.

21st CCLC Spotlight Impact NW

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SHINE (Schools Helping Involve Neighborhoods in Education) is a program of Impact NW and operates in four elementary schools in the Beaverton School District through the support of 21st CCLC.  SHINE is a community school model that is a unique partnership with schools, community partners, volunteers, and businesses. 

21st CCLC Spotlight Eugene

Unique Opportunities not possible during the school day – BEST students are able to enjoy the benefits of a well-established program. BEST Afterschool has been in Eugene School District 4J since 2000, offering high quality out of school time activities. Here BEST students play their recorders on live radio as selected winners for their age group.

21st CCLC Spotlight Klamath Falls

Students at a table painting fosils If we want our students and families to think of opportunities beyond high school graduation, we need to help them see themselves successful in post-secondary environments.

21st CCLC Spotlight Umatilla

students working at tableThe STEM Academy of Umatilla After School Program offers a variety of interesting and fun experiences for kids through STEM based programming.

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