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The 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N.

The 21st Century Kids of Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N., and

The 21st Century Kids of Southern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. After School Programs!

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JOB OPENINGS & DESCRIPTIONS 21st Century

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21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. – RSU 9, Grades K-5

Serves students from: W.G. Mallett School, Cascade Brook School, and G.D. Cushing School, Academy Hill School

21st Century Kids of Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. – MSAD 58, Grades K-8

Serves students from: Strong Elementary, Phillips Elementary, and Kingfield Elementary Schools

21st Century Kids of Southern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. – RSU 73, Grades K-8

Serves students from: Spruce Mountain Primary, Spruce Mountain Elementary, and Spruce Mountain Middle Schools.

A Note to Parents of Students:

We will be running our after-school programs in each of the three Districts, however, we are following final determinations set by each district regarding their decisions about what “Back to School” configuration they will be following: Students returning full time and in-person; Students returning part-time in person and part-time remote learning; or students returning to all remote learning. We will be accepting online applications as usual, but will make final decisions on how our program will need to be configured as the year progresses when the districts have made theirs.

RSU9 After School Programs at W.G. Mallett & Academy Hill Schools

The Franklin County Children’s Task Force has been closely monitoring updated guidance for running after-school programs in Maine. This post is to inform you of what we know to-date. This information is subject to change in accordance with DOE, District, and CDC guideline updates.

  • How the Program Will Run:
    • The 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. will provide an in-person, in-person and virtual, or all virtual after-school program opportunity to K-5 students who attend Cushing School, Academy Hill School, Cascade Brook School and W.G. Mallett. Students who attend Cushing and Academy Hill School will attend the Academy Hill School program. Students who attend Cascade Brook School and W.G. Mallett School will attend the Mallett School Program. Students from Cushing School will be bussed to Academy Hill. Cascade Brook School students will be bussed to W.G. Mallett School.
    • For the first quarter of the school year (until November 6th) we will be holding an all virtual after school program. Program structure after November 6th TBD.
    • 21st Century staff may deliver packets with materials and instructions to support the virtual meetings. All materials will be distributed free of charge.
    • It is imperative that students are able to adhere to the COVID-19 prevention guidelines we, along with RSU 9, are putting in place that make this program possible. Students who are not able to adhere to the guidelines are subject to dismissal from the program by the Program Coordinator.
    • Each school will be limited in the amount of students that are allowed to attend each day of the program when on-site programming begins.
      • Mallett Elementary Site: student limit each day TBD
      • Academy Hill Site: student limit each day TBD
    • The program will run from October 5th until a date to be determined in June.
    • Bussing for students to designated locations/drop-off points will be provided after the program. This is subject to change due to COVID-19 and district transportation policy.
    • The program will run Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm-5:30pm. There will be no program on Fridays.
  • 21st Century Kids of FRANKLIN After School Program Application 2020-2021
      • Applications will be accepted until the program is full.
      • Once the program is full, remaining applications will be placed on a waitlist.
      • Parents will receive an “application received” confirmation email within 1 business day of submission.
      • If your child does not attend the program for two consecutive weeks on the days indicated on their application, they may be removed from the program so that another student from the waitlist can take their program slot. Students removed from the program may be placed on the waitlist.

MSAD58 After School Programs at Strong, Phillips, and Kingfield Elementary Schools

The Franklin County Children’s Task Force has been closely monitoring updated guidance for running after-school programs in Maine. This post is to inform you of what we know to-date. This information is subject to change in accordance with DOE, District, and CDC guideline updates.

  • How the Program Will Run:
    • The 21st Century Kids of Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. will provide an in-person, in-person and virtual, or all virtual after-school program opportunity to K-8 students who attend Strong, Phillips, and Kingfield Elementary Schools.
    • The 21st Century Kids of Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. is going to begin the year with an in-person after school program.
    • 21st Century staff may deliver packets with materials and instructions to support the virtual meetings. All materials will be distributed free of charge.
    • It is imperative that students are able to adhere to the COVID-19 prevention guidelines we, along with MSAD 58, are putting in place that make this program possible. Students who are not able to adhere to the guidelines are subject to dismissal from the program by the Program Coordinator.
    • Each school will be limited in the amount of students that are allowed to attend each day of the program when on-site programming begins.
      • Strong Elementary Site: 20 student limit each day
      • Kingfield Elementary Site: 20 student limit each day
      • Phillips Elementary Site: 30 student limit each day
    • The program will run from October 5th until a date to be determined in June.
    • The program will run Monday through Thursday from 2:30-5:30. There will be no program on Fridays.
  • 21st Century Kids of Northern FRANKLIN After School Program Application 2020-2021
      • Applications will be accepted until the program is full.
      • Once the program is full, remaining applications will be placed on a waitlist.
      • Parents will receive an “application received” confirmation email within 1 business day of submission.
      • If your child does not attend the program for two consecutive weeks on the days indicated on their application, they may be removed from the program so that another student from the waitlist can take their program slot. Students removed from the program may be placed on the waitlist.

NEW! RSU73 After School Programs at Spruce Mountain Primary, Spruce Mountain Elementary, and Spruce Mountain Middle Schools

Updated 10/1/20

The Franklin County Children’s Task Force has been closely monitoring updated guidance for running after-school programs in Maine. This information is current as of 10/1/20 and is subject to change in accordance with DOE, District, and CDC guideline updates.

  • How the Program Will Run: (Until Further Notice)
    • The 21st Century Kids of Southern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. will provide an all virtual after-school program opportunity to K-8 students who attend Spruce Mountain Primary, Spruce Mountain Elementary and Spruce Mountain Middle Schools.
    • The program will run from October 13th until a date to be determined in June.
    • Program Hours by School:
      • SMMS will run Monday-Thursday 2:15-4:15pm
      • SMES & SMPS will run Monday-Thursday 3:15-5:15pm
    • 21st Century Staff will deliver packets with materials and instructions to support any virtual meetings. There is no cost for these materials or their delivery.
    • Students will be offered Tutoring, Homework Help, and engaging Enrichment Activities.
  • 21st Century Kids of Southern FRANKLIN After School Program Application 2020-2021
      • Applications will be accepted until the program is full.
      • Once the program is full, remaining applications will be placed on a waitlist.
      • Parents will receive an “application received” confirmation email within 1 business day of submission.
      • If your child does not attend the program for two consecutive weeks on the days indicated on their application, they may be removed from the program so that another student from the waitlist can take their program slot. Students removed from the program may be placed on the waitlist.

 

What do we do?

      • Tutoring!
      • Arts and crafts!
      • Social and emotional learning!
      • Mindfulness activities!
      • Special events for parents/caregivers!
      • Homework help!
      • Physical Activity!
      • Science projects!
      • Technology, engineering, and math!
      • Yummy, nutritious snacks!
      • Fun, fun, and more FUN!

For More Information, Please Contact:

Rileigh Blanchet, Program Coordinator, 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. (RSU 9) at 207-778-1586 or 207-778-6960.

Milissa Cousins, Program Coordinator, 21st Century Kids of Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. (MSAD 58) at 207-491-9168 or 207-778-6960.

Douglas Saunders, Program Coordinator, 21st Century Kids of Southern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. (RSU73) at 207-779-7595.

Hi, all! As the Program Coordinators, your child’s safety and academic enrichment is very important to us. Please feel free to reach out to us, as we want to hear how we can assist you in making this summer experience possible for your young learner.

 

A program of FRANKLIN: Friends Reducing Abuse and Neglect of Kids Living in our Neighborhoods, brought to you by the Franklin County Children’s Task Force, in partnership with RSU #9, MSAD#58, and RSU#73. 

 

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