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21st Century Community Learning Centers

2018-2019 After School Program

Starts Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018

Learning Center Sites

Covington Learning Center
Pine View Middle School
Site Coordinator: Cindy Featherston
985-893-9051
Hours: 3:51-5:51 p.m. (Mon.-Thu.)
Satellite Site: Lyon Elementary
Hours: 3:41-5:41 p.m. (Mon.-Thu.)

Pearl River Learning Center
Riverside Elementary
Site Coordinator: Jenny Bennett
985-605-5503
Hours: 3:41-5:41 p.m. (Mon.-Thu.)
Satellite Site: Sixth Ward Elementary
Hours: 3:40-5:40 p.m. (Mon.-Thu.)

Lacombe Learning Center
Chahta-Ima Elementary School
Site Coordinator: Denise LaBella
985-882-7950
Hours: 3:41-5:41 p.m. (Mon.-Thu.)

Slidell Learning Center
Brock Elementary School
Site Coordinator: Marilyn Holliday
985-649-0234
Hours: 3:10-5:30 p.m. (Mon.-Thu.)

Transportation is provided for students from the schools served to the Learning Centers.

For more information about registration, contact Program Director Cathleen Huval
at 985-893-9069 or cathleen.huval@stpsb.org.

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Students from the following schools are eligible for registering at the Learning Centers!

Covington Learning Center
Covington Elementary, Lyon Elementary, Pine View Middle

Lacombe Learning Center
Bayou Lacombe Middle, Chahta-Ima Elementary

Pearl River Learning Center
Alton Elementary, Riverside Elementary, Sixth Ward Elementary

Slidell Learning Center
Abney Elementary, Brock Elementary, Florida Avenue Elementary

 

ASPIRE Program

Aspire’s aim is to empower students to reach their full academic and social potential, developing strong, civic minded citizens who are well prepared for college and careers. Through this program, the St. Tammany Parish Public School System operates four community learning centers that provide academic enhancement, recreation, and cultural activities for students, families and community members in St. Tammany Parish.

ASPIRE Goals

  • To improve academic achievement
  • To provide homework assistance
  • To provide enrichment activities that encourage positive youth development

After School Program
The after school programs provide extended opportunities for learning in a safe and secure environment offering participants

  • Nutritional snacks
  • Correlation of regular school day curriculum
  • Music, art, drama, and academic games
  • Computer skill based activities
  • Sports and recreation
  • Cooking
  • Homework help and tutoring with certified teachers and high school mentors

 

 

JuniorCorps
A service learning program for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students offered during summer.

  • Participate in community service learning activities
  • Provide numerous hours of volunteering at Northlake Nature Center, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and Community Food Banks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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After School Summer Camp Aspire Goals Center Sites