Middle School After School Educational Programs
Allegany County Public Schools After School Extended Day Programs address the problem of the academic achievement gap that exists between students in grade 6-8. Each middle school in Allegany County will expand the academic opportunities for approximately 50 students in each school. The goal of the program is to meet or exceed state standards for "proficient" as measured by the state assessments. The objective is to increase performance in reading, math, and science, and to promote civic engagement, college & career readiness, enrichment opportunities, environmental stewardship and living a drug-free life.
This program centers on after-school activities such as tutoring, homework assistance, hands-on education, service learning, enrichment and physical activities and STEAM-focused instruction. Academic instruction includes instruction and tutoring in math, reading, science, and technology. Students are provided an afternoon snack type meal and transportation is provided to specific community locations each day for students who reside outside a 1.5 mile radius from the school site.
For more information contact the appropriate site leader below.
Braddok and Washington Middle School After School Programs begin on October 1, 2019, and operate on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Braddock Site Leader: Ray Short; Email: email@example.com
Washington Site Leader: Josh Wilson; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Savage and Westmar Middle Schools will begin their after-school programs on September 30, 2019, and operate on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
MOUNT SAVAGE WESTMAR
Mount Savage Site Leader: Krista Culler; Email: email@example.com
Westmar Site Leader: Amy Duncan; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org