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The 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) Program provides opportunities for students to obtain extra help in areas that prove to be challenging. Additionally, personal and academic enrichment opportunities that pique students’ interest provide engaging learning experiences as well. Our 21st CCLC program targets Math, Reading and Science content areas. The program provides remediation through hands on activities. These types of activities make learning more interesting to students. Participants in our 21st CCLC program can expect to improve academic performance, engage in physical activity, experiment with science and technology, perform project-based tasks, and perform tasks that stimulate higher order thinking skills.

The 21st Century Community Learning Center program is totally free and offers participants enrichment opportunities during non-school hours, works to help students meet state and local student achievement standards in core academic subjects, offers an array of enrichment activities that complement in-class academics, and supports families with resources and financial literacy workshops and trainings.

The WCS 21st CCLC enrolls students in grades 3 – 8 and we operate each school day, Monday through Friday from 3:20 – 6:00 PM. On early release days (see updated school calendar for these dates) the program operates from 1:00 – 6:00 PM. Students receive a USDA healthy snack and drink each day (two snacks on early release days).

Complete a registration form and return it to Ms. Robertson(room 131) to enroll your child(ren) in the program. If there are no vacancies in your child’s grade level when an application is received, (s)he will be placed on the wait list. When there is a vacancy you will receive a welcome letter that includes your child’s start date, instructor, and where to report for enrichment.

Regular attendance and participation in the program is very important. Sporadic attendance and multiple unexcused absences jeopardizes a student’s eligibility to participate in the program. Unless parents grant participants permission to walk home from the program, an authorized adult must come inside and sign participants out of the program each evening.

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Program Information

Program Director

Shayorka Robertson
813-708-1596 Ext 1131


Woodmont Charter School

10402 N. 56th St., Temple Terrace, FL 33617

Target School

Woodmont Charter School

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday after school ~ 3:20 – 6:00 PM

Early Release Days ~ 1:00 – 6:00 PM (8/22; 9/26; 10/24, 1/23; 2/13; 3/27; 4/24)

Last updated: May 16, 2017

Program Information and Forms

21st CCLC Registration Form

Grant Narrative
(English) (Spanish coming soon)

Program Handbook
(English) (Spanish)

Specific Objectives of the
WCS 21st CCLC Program
(English) (Spanish)

WCS Calendar
(English) (Spanish)