Dear Broken Ground Families,
As you work to plan afterschool activities for your student(s) for the coming school year, we want to inform you that the 21C Afterschool Program will be inviting students based on need in a variety of categories. We will need a commitment that students will attend a minimum of four days and will stay until academic sessions are completed at 4:30 pm. 21C is seen as an intervention and is grant funded, we must adhere to federal and state requirements when enrolling students. We will be sending out invitiations, the first round of invitations by the end of July. We will accept invited students into the Program on a first repsonse basis. We will be accepting 50-60 students, after which we will begin our waitlist. Programming is currently scheduled to begin September 12, 2022 and will again run 2:30 - 5:30 pm. Thank you.
The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center is a federal grant awarded to the Concord School District. '21C' partners with the the Boys and Girls Club of Central NH to offer students at Broken Ground School the opportunity to become involved in:
- after-school academic assistance (homework help/ skills practice /etc.)
- fitness and wellness activities (gym activities/dance/cheer, 'run across America' etc.)
- a variety of enrichment opportunities and experiences (cooking, art, music, sewing, theatre, etc.
About 21C from Principal Susan Lauze
To share a comment for Broken Ground Principal, Susan Lauze,
“The gains we have witnessed for our students in terms of their self-confidence, resiliency, social skills, speaking, and academics can be attributed to their full day experience in the school day programs as well as their participation in the 21st Century Grant Program. As the Broken Ground School Principal, I am confident that by extending this grant beyond 2019, the 21st Century After School program will continue to develop important connections for students and facilitate their learning and active engagement in learning, leading to more productive futures for our students.”