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21st Century Community Learning Centers

Our Vision Statement:
The Mid-Valley Providers Consortium will offer academic enrichment learning opportunities for students in reading and mathematics; and provide parent educational activities.


Purpose:
The 21st Century Learning Centers Program is authorized under Title IVB of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. The law’s specific purposes are to:

  • Provide opportunities for academic enrichment, including providing tutorial services to help students (particularly students in high-poverty areas and those who attend low-performing schools) meet state and local student performance standards in core academic subjects such as reading and mathematics.

  • Offer students a broad array of additional services, programs, and activities, such as, youth development activities, drug and violence prevention programs, counseling programs, art, music, and recreation programs, technology education programs, and character education programs that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students.

  • Offer families of students served by community learning centers opportunities for literacy and related educational development.

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LOCAL EVALUATION REPORTS

The 21st Century Community Learning Center afterschool program completes local evaluation reports to measure outcomes for students and the quality of the program. Toppenish Middles school completed year one of a five year grant. Please review the local evaluation and send any comments to Ronald Gill at: ronaldg@yvfwc.org

21st Century Afterschool Program – Local Evaluation Reports 2015-16

 (click on the Cohort to view report)

         COHORT 9

         [Sunnyside, Mt. Adams, Toppenish, and Wapato School Districts]

         COHORT 10

         [Sunnyside, Mt. Adams, Toppenish, Grandview, and Zillah School Districts]

         COHORT 11

         [ Yakama Nation Tribal School and the Toppenish, Granger, and Mabton School Districts]

         COHORT 12

         [ Toppenish and Grandview school districts]

 

The 21st Century Community Learning Center afterschool program completes local evaluation reports to measure outcomes for students and the quality of the program. Toppenish Middles school completed year one of a five year grant. Please review the local evaluation and send any comments to Ronald Gill at: ronaldg@yvfwc.org

21st Century Afterschool Program – Local Evaluation Reports 2013-14

 (click on the Cohort to view report)

         COHORT 7

         [Zillah, Wapato, Toppenish, Granger, Sunnyside and Grandview School Districts]

         COHORT 8

         [Toppenish School District]

         COHORT 9

         [Sunnyside, Mt. Adams, Toppenish, and Wapato School Districts]

         COHORT 10

         [Sunnyside, Mt. Adams, Toppenish, Grandview, and Zillah School Districts]

 

21st Century Afterschool Program – Local Evaluation Reports 2012-13

 (click on the Cohort to view report)

         COHORT 6

         [Grandview, Sunnyside, Toppenish and Mt. Adams School Districts]

         COHORT 7

         [Zillah, Wapato, Toppenish, Granger, Sunnyside and Grandview School Districts]

         COHORT 8

         [Toppenish School District]

         COHORT 9

         [Sunnyside, Mt. Adams, and Wapato School Districts]

 

21st Century Afterschool Program – Local Evaluation Reports 2011-12

 (click on the Cohort to view report)

         COHORT 5

         [Mabton, Grandview, Sunnyside, Granger, Zillah, Toppenish, Wapato and Mt Adams School Districts]

         COHORT 6

         [Grandview, Sunnyside, Toppenish and Mt. Adams School Districts]

         COHORT 7

         [Zillah, Wapato, Toppenish, Granger, Sunnyside and Grandview School Districts]

         COHORT 8

         [Toppenish School District]

 

 

21st Century Afterschool Program – Local Evaluation Report 2010-11

 

Mabton, Grandview, Sunnyside, Granger, Zillah, Toppenish, Wapato & Mt. Adams School Districts - Cohort 5

Grandview, Sunnyside, Toppenish and Mt. Adams School Districts - Cohort 6

Toppenish Middle School – Cohort 8

 

 

RGI Corporation contracts with NCAC to complete the local evaluation.


Resources for:

Parents

Registration Forms: ENGLISH

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Students

Staff Login


Resources:

Partner Links:

NCAC 21st Century Learning Centers by Community:

  • Wapato School District

  • Toppenish School District

  • Mt. Adams School District

  • Zillah School District

  • Granger School District

  • Sunnyside School District

  • Grandview School District

  • Mabton School District

Northwest Community Action Center

Program Director

Heather Elmore

Program Coordinators

Melanie Willis

Ronald McClurkin

Program Assistant

Jackie Osborn-Klein

Phone: (509) 865-7630

Afterschool Resources:

Arts and Literacy

Math

Numbers on the Court - Where learning is a game.

"Math Is My Bag" by Tom Sparough - 1-800-544-3725

Fulcrum Adventures Inc. - The CRATE and Leadership Training
Love Jefferson, Program Coordinator
1.562.209.6229

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Reading and Writing

Micro Society
http://www.microsociety.org/micro_shop.php

Lintor Books –Make-A-Book
www.lintorpublishing.com

Millmark Education
www.millmarkeducation.com
Barbara Jo Blair
barbarablair@mac.com

Reading Curriculum, Adventure Island 1-5
Harcourt School Publishers
Math Curriculum, Mathletic
www.harcourtschool.com/

Classroom inc
Engaging Students – Supporting Teachers
www.classroominc.org

EAS – Educational Activities Software
Grades 4-Adult
www.ea-software.com

Flexiblocks
Kids Blocks That Move
www.flexiblocks.com

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Science

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Social Studies: Reading and Math

Nystrom Education Materials
http://www.nystromnet.com/
http://www.herff-jones.com/education/index.htm -
Manufacture and publish the industry's finest Social Studies educational materials. Nystrom hands-on programs, maps, globes, atlases, and technology products are the essential materials for today's classroom

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Leadership & Character Education

Character Education – Auto Be Good
Responsible- Respect – Dependable
Changing Youth – Changing the World
www.studentsbgood.com

Fulcrum Adventures Inc.
The CRATE and Leadership Training

www.fulcrumadventures.com
Love Jefferson, Program Coordinator
1.562.209.6229

Teen Social Marketing Campaign
Addressing the Obesity Epidemic
www.werefedup.com

Youth Activism Against Obesity
Ruben Brambila, MPH
Project Manager
www.lapublichealth.org

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Nutrition & Physical Activity

Nourish
www.NourishInteractive.com
Free online interactive nutrition education
Maggie LaBarbera RN, MBA
Maggie@nourishinteractive.com

Teen Social Marketing Campaign
Addressing the Obesity Epidemic
www.werefedup.com

Youth Activism Against Obesity
Ruben Brambila, MPH
Project Manager
www.lapublichealth.org

Lakeshore: Be Choosy Be Healthy Kit
http://www.lakeshorelearning.com/seo/p%7CKT1337~~.jsp
Other educational materials:
www.lakeshorelearning.com
800.421.5354

Chef-K
Cooking and Nutrition Education
www.chef-k.com
Laurie Zerga
510.522.2902

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Skillastics: Creating Fitness Fun www.skillastics.com
888.842.7746

Impact: An interactive adventure game for children that promotes physical activity
Research Based from the University of Southern CA
http://www.jsutergraphix.com/Print/downloads/IMPACT.pdf
ToucanEd: Publishing-Training-Consulting http://www.toucaned.com/

CATCH – Coordinated Approach to Child Health
CATCH Go For Health Series – Curriculum the teaches children to identify, practice and adopt healthy eating and physical activity habits
www.catchinfo.org

A World Fit For Kids!
www.worldfitforkids.org
Normandie Nigh, Executive Director
lafit@aol.com

GeoFittness
www.geofitness.com
Physical Activity and More

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Infusion Wellness
www.infusionwellness.com
Lisa Morrison
323.436.0215
lisa@infusionwellness.com

S&S Worldwide
Our purpose is to improve the social fabric by helping people play
www.ssww.com
Sandy J. Cervini
scervini@ssww.com
800.642.7354 ext 2361

Tools for Promoting Healthy Lifestyles for Children and Families
www.anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu
800.994.8849
UC Cooperative Extension office

Nutrition.gov
www.nutrition.gov
Success for All Foundation
www.successforall.org

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Homework

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Other

4-H Curriculum
http://4-h.org/

ARTS ATTACK
Art Training 4 Teachers And Creative Kids
www.artsattack.com

Kidnetic.com
Part of ACTIVATE, a childhood obesity prevention initiative
The New and Improved Leader’s Guide
www.kidnetic.com

Championship Chess
www.championshipchess.net

Learning Wrap-Ups
learningwrapups.com

Gamco
www.gamco.com
www.siboneylearninggroup.com

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Rev it Up! Yakima County

Childhood Obesity Prevention Resources

KidsHealth Resources
www.KidsHealth.org

Skillastics: Creating Fitness Fun
www.skillastics.com
888.842.7746

MoveIt.LoseIt.Live Healthy.
An Integrated Body Weight Management program for Schools, Workplaces, and Communities
www.moveitloseitlivehealthy.com
Thomas b. Gilliam, Ph.D.
877.316.5097

Revolution Foods
Jess Andre
Director of School Partnerships
www.revfoods.com
213.784.0618

Agriculture and Natural Resources – ANR Communication Services
University of California
Cynthia Kintigh,
Marketing Director
http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu

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Chef-K
Cooking and Nutrition Education
www.chef-k.com
Laurie Zerga
510.522.2902

S&S Worldwide
Our purpose is to improve the social fabric by helping people play
www.ssww.com
Sandy J. Cervini
scervini@ssww.com
800.642.7354 ext 2361

A World Fit For Kids!
www.worldfitforkids.org
Normandie Nigh, Executive Director
lafit@aol.com

Infusion Wellness
www.infusionwellness.com
Lisa Morrison
323.436.0215
lisa@infusionwellness.com
Nourish
www.NourishInteractive.com
Free online interactive nutrition education
Maggie LaBarbera RN, MBA
Maggie@nourishinteractive.com

TOP

Teen Social Marketing Campaign
Addressing the Obesity Epidemic
www.werefedup.com

GeoFittness
www.geofitness.com
Physical Activity and More

CATCH – Coordinated Approach to Child Health
CATCH Go For Health Series – Curriculum the teaches children to identify, practice and adopt healthy eating and physical activity habits
www.catchinfo.org

Youth Activism Against Obesity
Ruben Brambila, MPH
Project Manager
www.lapublichealth.org

Keck School of Medicine
Department of Preventive Medicine
University of Southern California
Donna Spruijt-Tetz, MFA, PhD
Associate Professor of Research
Institute of Prevention Research www.metzlab.net

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Center for Community and School Improvement
www.ashaweb.org
The Mariner Model: Charting the Course for Helath-PromotingSchool communities
Tena Bostrom Hoyle
C_csi@live.com

Lakeshore: Be Choosy Be Healthy Kit
http://www.lakeshorelearning.com/seo/p%7CKT1337~~.jsp
Other educational materials:
www.lakeshorelearning.com
800.421.5354

Tools for Promoting Healthy Lifestyles for Children and Families
www.anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu
800.994.8849
UC Cooperative Extension office

Impact: An interactive adventure game for children that promotes physical activity
Research Based from the University of Southern CA
http://www.jsutergraphix.com/Print/downloads/IMPACT.pdf
ToucanEd: Publishing-Training-Consulting
School Health
http://www.toucaned.com/

California parks & Recreation Society: “building the brand” initiative
Example of marketing to increase support for Parks and Recreation
http://www.cprs.org/pdf/Market_Research_Executive_Summary.pdf

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Nutrition.gov
www.nutrition.gov

Food and Nutrition Information Center
http://fnic.nal.usda.gov
USDA

Successful Students: Through Healthy Food and Fitness Policies: Act Now for Academic Excellence - Resource
California Project Lean- Leaders Encouraging Activity and Nutrition
CSBA – CA School Board Association
http://www.csba.org/AboutCSBA/CSBAFoundation/StudentWellness.aspx

California Center for Physical Activity
Examples from CA
www.caphysicalactivity.org

Bicycling Safety
http://www.ibike.org/education/
Resources:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Cyclecraft-Complete-Enjoyable-Cycling-Children/dp/0117037400

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Center for Injury Prevention
http://www.cippp.org/
Moving Children Safely: Conference March 14-16, 2010

Sesame Street: Healthy Habits for Life Kit
www.sesameworkshop.org
Partners: Nemours- health & prevention services, KidsHealth, National WIC Association
http://store.sesameworkshop.org/category/show/3595
http://www.sesameworkshop.org/initiatives/health/healthyhabits

Early Learning: First5LA
http://www.first5la.org/
Publications: examples to learn from
Pregnancy and Family Friendly Workplace Policies
LA Best Babies Network
Breastfeeding Practices of WIC Participants

Public Health Institute
http://www.phi.org/

Strategic Alliance: Promoting healthy food and active environments
ENACT
http://www.activeliving.org

Prevention Institute
http://preventioninstitute.org/index.html

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California Convergence
http://californiaconvergence.org/
How can we all work together? A framework to learn from.

USDA Snap Ed Connection
Loving Your Family Feeding Their Future- Nutrition Education Through The Food Stamp Program – The Healthy Family Guidebook
http://snap.nal.usda.gov

Washington State Dairy Council
http://www.eatsmart.org/

New Body Composition: measurement tool and software
BodyMetrix- By IntelaMetrix
http://www.suplay.com/itemdesc.asp?ic=TBMS&eq=&Tp=
925.606.7044

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WSDA (Washington State Department of Agriculture)
www.agr.wa.gov
Farm to School
Resources and Publications
http://www.farmtoschool.org/publications.php?pt=othe

WSDA- Farm-Cafeteria Connections
http://agr.wa.gov/Marketing/SmallFarm/docs/102-FarmToCafeteriaConnections-Web.pdf

Washington State Farmers Association
http://www.wafarmersmarkets.com/
Market Guide
http://www.wafarmersmarkets.com/washingtonfarmersmarketdirectory.php

National Sustainable Agriculture Information Services
Post Harvest Storage Temp Information, etc.
http://attra.ncat.org/

Safe Routes to School-WA
Bring the Safe Routes to School Movement to Your Community
www.saferoutes-wa.org
Feet First – Building Walkable Communities
www.feetfirst.info
School Zone Safety Curriculum Kit and Resource Guide
School Administrator’s Guide to School Walk Routes and Student Pedestrian Safety
360.753.6197
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/NR/rdonlyres/5463FD69-F7B9-477D-B9AA-D21CEEFCF722/0/SchoolAdminGuide.pdf
www.wsdot.wa.gov

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Safer Journey – Interactive Pedestrian Safety Awareness CD-ROM
http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/saferjourney/index2.htm

US Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration
http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/ped_bike/ped_bike_order.htm

Growing Our Future – how parents can help get locally grown food into our schools
Toolkit
http://www.wecprotects.org/features/front-page/local-farms-healthy-kids-toolkit?searchterm=Growing+our+future
Washington Environmental Council
Protecting Our Land, Air, and Water
www.wecprotects.org

Smart Growth
http://www.smartgrowth.org/default.asp

Action For Healthy Kids
http://www.actionforhealthykids.org/
Washington Action for Healthy Kids and Coordinated School Health
http://depts.washington.edu/waschool/components/nutr_serv/afhk_wa.html
Healthy Students Successful Students – School-based Health Interventions and Academic Achievement
www.HealthySchoolsWA.org

Northwest Harvest
http://www.northwestharvest.org/

Access to Healthy Foods Coalition
http://www.accesstohealthyfoods.org/

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Children’s Alliance:
http://www.childrensalliance.org/
Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition
http://www.childrensalliance.org/what-we-do/what-we-care-about/childhood-obesity
End Childhood Hunger Plan
http://www.childrensalliance.org/resource-center/report-end-childhood-hunger-washington

Mid-Valley Providers

After School Resources

OSPI – 21st Century Community Leaning Center
http://www.k12.wa.us/21stCenturyLearning/Reports.aspx

Schools Out Washington
http://www.schoolsoutwashington.org/

Show What You Know Publishing
http://www.showwhatyouknow.org/

Afterschool Alliance
http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/


http://www.sedl.org/

National Institute on Out-of-School Time
http://www.niost.org/
In association with The After-School Corporation (TASC)
Discovering Community: Activities for Afterschool Programs
Funded by MetLife Foundation

Center for Community and School Improvement
www.ashaweb.org
The Mariner Model: Charting the Course for Helath-PromotingSchool communities
Tena Bostrom Hoyle
C_csi@live.com

Book: Helping Traumatized Children Learn
http://www.massadvocates.org/helping_traumatized_children_learn

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Annenberg Institute for School Reform
Beyond the Classroom: Collective Responsibility for Developing Proficiency in Urban Youth
www.annenberginstitute.org/

Funded by the C.S Mott Foundation
A New Day for Learning
A report from the Time, Learning, and Afterschool Task Force
www.edutopia.org/pdfs/ANewDayforLearning.pdf

Research for Better Schools
www.rbs.org/about/index.php

School-Age NOTES
“Hire, Fire and Inspire”
Inbix4kids – Afterschool Advocacy and policy
After-School Catalog
www.schoolagenotes.com
 
YAC Empowerment (Youth Academic Council)
Expansion of assets and capabilities of students to participate in, negotiate with, influence, control and hold accountable the Bridges program in their school and the institution that exert control over.
www.psduua.org/Youth/AboutYAC
(Example)

Real-World Academics Afterschool
Bloom’s Taxonomy Model
www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/bloom.html
www.officeport.com/edu/bloomq.htm

Foundations, Inc
Foundations, Inc. is nationally recognized for the services it offers to afterschool programs, schools, districts, and other educational and community organizations.
www.foundationsinc.org/
Starting an Advisory Council
CASE
http://www.afterschooled.org/

 

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