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21st CENTURY KIDS PROGRAM

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

The 2019-2020 After School Programs will run Monday, September 23rd until a date to be determined in May/June. The program will run Monday through Thursday from 3:00-5:30.

We would like to invite you to join us in attending our 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. After School Programs. The programs will run at Mallett Elementary School and Academy Hill School in RSU #9. The programs will run at Strong Elementary School, Phillips Elementary School, and Kingfield Elementary School in MSAD #58.

 

Thanks to a partnership with FCCTF and the Mt. Blue school district, there will be NO FEE for this after school program. This program is for children who are entering Kindergarten through those entering 5th grade in Cascade Brook School, Academy Hill School, G.D. Cushing School, and W.G. Mallett School. If your child attends a private school or is home schooled within the RSU #9 district coverage area, you are also welcome to apply!

 

Thanks to a partnership with the Franklin County Children’s Task Force and the MSAD #58 school district, there will be NO FEE for this after school program. This program is for children who are entering Kindergarten through those entering 8th grade in Strong Elementary, Kingfield Elementary, and Phillips Elementary Schools during the 2019-20 school year. If your child attends a private school or is home schooled within the MSAD #58 district coverage area, you are also welcome to apply! You will need to provide transportation home from the program for your child(ren) in MSAD #58.

Program Information Sheets

Click here to read the 21st Century Kids of FRANKLIN Program Brochure.

 

What do we do?

    • Dates: The 2019-2020 After School Programs will run Monday, September 23rd until a date to be determined in May/June. The program will run Monday through Thursday from 3:00-5:30.  We will not have programming during school vacations, snow days, or when the district is closed. We will feed your child a healthy snack as they arrive after their regular school day and then they will join our 21st Century Staff for an afternoon filled with fun activities with skilled professionals!
    • Transportation- only applies in RSU #9. There will be a shuttle bus provided at the end of the day for the students to get transported home who have requested it; students must sign up for this service on their 21st Century application. If you decide at a later point that you want your child to ride the shuttle bus home from the program, you must notify the 21st Century Kids of FRANKLIN Program Staff ahead of time, as we need to consult with the Mt. Blue Transportation Department to add your child to the transportation list. If your child does not attend RSU #9, this does not apply to them.
    • Academic enrichment Don’t let the after school hours escape you! Research shows that 21st Century programs can support working families by keeping children engaged and safe during the hours after school. Students will be challenged with fun and exciting academic enrichment activities including tutoring, homework help, mentoring, arts (music, theater, and drama), prevention, reading, physical activities and more!
    • S.T.E.M. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Science is fun! Your child will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning in a way that’s designed to make them want to come back day after day. Lots of excitement!!!
    • Family Friendly Fun! You and your child will have the opportunity to attend many family and parent engagement events throughout the school year! All proceeds will benefit this program!! Some family friendly events throughout the year will include Parent Focus Groups, Pumpkin Painting, Kids Fun Nights, the Chester Greenwood Parade, the Children’s Festival, the Family Pancake Breakfast, and a wide variety of Parent Enrichment opportunities offered through the Franklin County Children’s Task Force.
    • Parent Volunteering/Commitment You will have the opportunity to volunteer in the After School Program at any time to meet your parent commitment requirements! Parents are required to volunteer at least twice throughout the school year. Volunteer activities could include snack time reading, parent advisory group participation, fundraising, event preparation, newsletter writing, bulletin board creation, and much more! The opportunities are endless! To set up a date to volunteer in the program, please call 207-778-6960 and speak with the Program Coordinator or sign up at your child’s site with the Site Coordinator.

For More Information, Please Contact:

Douglas Saunders, Program Coordinator, 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. at 207-779-7595 or 207-778-6960.

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

 

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 after school 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.

 

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