EDEP

  • Extended Day Enrichment


    The EDEP is a non-profit after-school child care program for elementary age children who are enrolled in kindergarten through fifth grade, and is supported solely by parent fees and in-kind services from each school.

    The goal of the EDEP is to provide a safe and enriching program which supports the family, school, and community. It provides opportunities for children to develop socially, emotionally, and physically, within a warm and caring atmosphere.

    EDEP at our school

    EDEP District Site

21st Century Learning Century

  • The 21st CCLC programs support the creation of community learning centers that provide students (particularly those who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools) with opportunities for academic enrichment, personal enrichment, and other activities designed to complement the members of actively participating students through educational and personal development opportunities.

    21st Century is...

    • A Safe and Nurturing Environment
    • Data Driven Instruction
    • Instruction Led by Certified Teachers
    • 1:10 Teacher/Student Ratio
    • Meeting the Needs of High-Risk Students and Their Families
    • Free - No Cost
    • Supper is provided
    • Transportation home is provided

    Site Coordinator: Chelsee R Florence
    Co-Coordinator: Toya Dixon

    School Year Hours of Operation

    • M,T, Th 2:45 - 5:30
    • Wednesday 1:30 - 5:30

    Summer Hours

    • Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:00
    • June 7-July 17 (Closed July 3rd and 4th)

    Click Here to download an Appilcation

    District 21st Century Website