College and Career 21st CCLC Webinar

Dear Directors of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers:

Please join the Community of Practice (COP) for the Midwest FERP (Family Engagement Resource Provider) for the 21st CCLC grantees. This month’s topic for the COP is:

How to engagement and partner with families in better preparing their children to graduate on time to be successful in college and careers.

To register for this webinar, please use the link below. Registration is required to participate in this conversation/webinar. You will then be sent an email with the link to join the webinar next Thursday. When you are ready to join the webinar, we recommend using a computer with a microphone and camera if you wish for us to see you on the webinar.

Jackie Garvey | Manhattan Strategy
Family Engagement Resource Provider (FERP)-Midwest Region
317 997-4987|

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Final Expanded Learning Summit Program

Here is the link to the final Expanded Learning Summit schedule:

If you are planning to attend The workshop session Sustainability Boot Camp – Action Planning for Real Life or Sustainability Planning Consultations, please bring a copy of your 21st CCLC grant proposal and the budget. You will need these to work on a sustainability plan for your program.

Webinar Available

You have been invited to the event “Inclusion in 21st CCLC Environments: Developing Collaborative Partnerships with Schools and Districts to Support All Students”

Inclusion in 21st CCLC Environments: Developing Collaborative Partnerships with Schools and Districts to Support All Students

Developing collaborative and effective working relationships with school staff and administrators can be challenging for some 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) programs. What are ways your program can partner with schools and districts to support the needs of individual students? Look for answers in this webinar.

Learn more from 21st CCLC grantee directors and school administrators on how programs work with schools to create collaborative relationships to support the needs of all students. Get information on the stages of developing a partnership, the challenges, and the successes in efforts to bridge supports across school and program environments to serve all students.

All participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and join in discussions. This webinar is for state coordinators, program directors, site coordinators, practitioners, community partners, family members, and others interested in learning more about supporting all students in 21st CCLC programs.

This webinar is the fifth in a series of inclusion-focused webinars created by Lessons From the Field — Supporting All Students, Including Students With Disabilities, a technical assistance project funded by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.

*Cynthia Angelo, Education Programs Director, 21st CCLC Cumberland Empowerment Zone Corporation (CEZC) program, New Jersey
*J. Michael Coyne, 21st CCLC Site Coordinator, New Jersey
*Amy Powers, SHINE Program Manager, 21st CCLC Impact NW program, Oregon
*Joann Hulquist, Principal at William Walker Elementary School, Portland Oregon
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Event: Inclusion in 21st CCLC Environments
When: Tuesday 26 January 2016, 01:00 PM – 02:30 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Audio Conference Details: Conference Number(s):

Conference ID : CCLC
Dial In Information : 877-876-9176
Int’l Toll : 785-424-1667
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