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Grant Allocations & Awards: FY2014

Fund Code: 647-B-2
Massachusetts 21st Century Community Learning Centers - Exemplary Grant Program

Funds Allocated: $ 856,860 (Federal)
Funds Requested: $ 1,121,360
Purpose: The purpose of the federally-funded Massachusetts 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) Exemplary Program is to expand and enhance the mentoring capacity of community learning centers that operate during out-of-school hours and provide students with academic enrichment opportunities along with other activities designed to complement the students' school-day program. Community learning centers may also offer literacy and related educational development to families of students participating in the 21st CCLC programs. NOTE: Grants were submitted and awarded in two categories based on the level of experience, funding, and expectations. The categories were Exemplary (E); and Demonstration (D).
Number of Proposals Received: 13 (9E; 3D; 1 E+D)
Number of Proposals Recommended: 10 (6E; 3D; 1 E+D)
Number of Proposals Not Recommended: 3 (3E)
Result of Funding:This grant program will enable ten school districts and their partnering organizations to expand and enhance the statewide network of exemplary 21st CCLC programs that provide mentoring, peer support, training, and technical assistance and that serve as learning labs for new and existing 21st CCLC programs as well as other out-of-school time programs across the Commonwealth. These programs will provide approximately 650 youth in grades K-12 with academic enrichment opportunities along with other activities designed to complement the students' school-day program. The services for students will take place at 14 sites before and after school as well as during the summer. Grant awards range from $50,000 to $150,000.
RecipientAmount
Collaborative for Educational Services, Northampton (2 exemplary - White Brook Middle School in Easthampton, and Coburn Elementary in West Springfield, and 1 demonstration - Gateway Regional Middle School, grades 5-6 in Huntington) $150,000
Everett Public Schools (1 exemplary - George Keverian School, grades 2-6) 65,000
Fall River Public Schools (1 exemplary - John J. Doran School, grades K-6) 75,000
Holyoke Public Schools (2 exemplary - William R. Peck and E.N. White Elementary)159,250
Malden Public Schools (1 demonstration - Beebe School, grades 6-8)50,000
New Bedford Public Schools (2 exemplary - Ashley Elementary and Pacheco Elementary)126,360
Prospect Hill Charter School, Cambridge (1 exemplary - Lower School) 50,000
South Shore Stars, Weymouth (1 exemplary - Randolph High School) 81,250
Triton Regional School System, Byfield (1 demonstration - Middle School) 50,000
Wareham Public Schools (1 demonstration - Middle School ) 50,000
Total Federal Funds$856,860


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Last Updated: September 5, 2013
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