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1072 Christian County -Pembroke ES - Cycle 2 Awarded July 2003
Pembroke, Kentucky First Year Funding: $150,000
Contact: Jennifer Grace & Mary Lynn Underwood School District
Centers:
  • PEMBROKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-Student X-Change
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5

    1073 Cumberland County - Cycle 2 Awarded July 2003
    Burkesville, Kentucky First Year Funding: $150,000
    Contact: Emogene Gwinn School District
    Centers:
  • CUMBERLAND COUNTY MS-21st Century Panther Learning Center
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1074 Barnstable Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    Hyannis, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $130,000
    Contact: Bobbi Moritz School District
    Centers:
  • HYANNIS ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 2,3,4

    1075 Fitchburg Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    Fitchburg, MA, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $260,000
    Contact: Jennifer Jones School District
    Centers:
  • ACADEMY MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • First Church of God in Christ Commuunity Learning Center
  • Grades: 2,3,4,5
  • MEMORIAL INTERMEDIATE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1076 Framingham Public Schools 03 Awarded September 2003
    Framingham, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $250,000
    Contact: Dawn Mendelsohn School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 5 centers.
  • CAMERON MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • FULLER MIDDLE
  • Grades: 5,6,7
  • FULLER MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1081 Washington Alliance for Better Schools Awarded September 2003
    Bothell, Washington First Year Funding: $395,807
    Contact: Jonelle Adams Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 7 centers.
  • CHALLENGER ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • HORIZON ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • LAKE STICKNEY ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5

    1082 North Beach School District Awarded September 2003
    Ocean Shores, Washington First Year Funding: $302,201
    Contact: Dianne Barr-Cole School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 6 centers.
  • LAKE QUINAULT ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
  • NORTH BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • OCEAN SHORES ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5

    1083 Anderson School District 3 Awarded July 2003
    Iva, South Carolina First Year Funding: $300,000
    Contact: Kathy Hipp School District
    Centers:
  • IVA ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • RIVERSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • STARR IVA MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1084 Methuen Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    Methuen, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $100,000
    Contact: Jane Sigillo School District
    Centers:
  • DONALD P TIMONY GRAMMAR
  • Grades: 4,5,6,7,8
  • TENNEY MIDDLE
  • Grades: 4,5,6,7,8

    1085 Mohawk Regional School District Awarded September 2003
    Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $120,000
    Contact: joe jabonaski School District
    Centers:
  • MOHAWK TRAIL REG HIGH
  • Grades: 7,8,9,10,11

    1086 North Brookfield Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    North Brookfield, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $100,000
    Contact: Janet Jones School District
    Centers:
  • NORTH BROOKFIELD HIGH
  • Grades: 6,7,8,9

    1087 Beaufort County School District Awarded July 2003
    Beaufort, South Carolina First Year Funding: $197,000
    Contact: Roy Stehle School District
    Centers:
  • BEAUFORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • JOSEPH J. SHANKLIN SR. ELEM.
  • Grades: 2,3,4
  • LADY'S ISLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1088 New Bedford Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    New Bedford, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $250,000
    Contact: Mary Lou Francis School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • ELLEN R HATHAWAY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • Holy Family-Holy Name
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
  • JOHN B DEVALLES
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6

    1089 Berkeley County School District Awarded July 2003
    Moncks Corner, South Carolina First Year Funding: $297,000
    Contact: Sharon Snyder School District
    Centers:
  • BERKELEY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • BURKE HIGH
  • Grades: 2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12
  • Rivers Middle
  • Grades: 7,8

    1090 Quincy Public Schools 02 Awarded September 2002
    Quincy, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $297,000
    Contact: Keith P. Segalla School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 8 centers.
  • ATLANTIC MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • BROAD MEADOWS MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • CENTRAL MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1091 Somerville Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    Somerville, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $285,000
    Contact: nancy Meehan c/o Somerville Community Schools Program School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 5 centers.
  • ARTHUR D HEALEY
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • LINCOLN PARK COMMUNITY
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • POWDER HOUSE COMMUNITY
  • Grades: 5,6,7,8

    1092 Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Spartanburg Awarded July 2003
    Spartanburg, South Carolina First Year Funding: $240,000
    Contact: Stacy Bradey Nationally Affiliated Non-Profit Agency - Boys & Girls Club
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 5 centers.
  • CHESNEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5
  • CLEVELAND ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6
  • MARY H WRIGHT ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6

    1093 South Shore Day Care Services Awarded September 2003
    East Weymouth, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $125,000
    Contact: Sheri Adlin Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • ELIZABETH G LYONS ELEM
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6
  • RANDOLPH COMMUNITY MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1095 Watertown Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    Watertown, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $125,000
    Contact: Dr. Stephen Gould School District
    Centers:
  • WATERTOWN MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1096 Winthrop Public Schools Awarded September 2003
    Winthrop, Massachusetts First Year Funding: $190,000
    Contact: Cathy Delvento School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • Cummings School
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • FORT BANKS ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2
  • WINTHROP MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1097 Charleston County School District Awarded July 2003
    Charleston, South Carolina First Year Funding: $200,000
    Contact: Martie Williams School District
    Centers:
  • ALICE BIRNEY MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • CHICORA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5

    1098 Cherokee County School District Awarded July 2003
    Gaffney, South Carolina First Year Funding: $179,981
    Contact: Linda Sellars School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • BLACKSBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • GAFFNEY MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • GRANARD MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1099 Communities in Schools of Clarendon County, Inc. Awarded July 2003
    Alcolu, South Carolina First Year Funding: $200,000
    Contact: Erica Mallett Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • EAST CLARENDON MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • SCOTT'S BRANCH INTERMEDIATE
  • Grades: 6,7

    1100 Clemson University Awarded July 2003
    Clemson, South Carolina First Year Funding: $299,649
    Contact: Sharon Williams College or University
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • CROSSWELL DRIVE ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • FURMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • LEMIRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5

    1101 Communities in Schools of Greenville County, Inc. Awarded July 2003
    Greenville, South Carolina First Year Funding: $149,981
    Contact: Amy Clifton Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • Hughes Academy
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • WOODMONT MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1102 Communities in Schools of Kershaw County Awarded July 2003
    Camden, South Carolina First Year Funding: $60,000
    Contact: Melissa Langford Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • LESLIE M. STOVER SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1103 Dillon School District Three Awarded July 2003
    Latta, South Carolina First Year Funding: $285,000
    Contact: Viola Edwards School District
    Centers:
  • GORDON ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • LAKE VIEW ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • LATTA ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4,5

    1104 Florence School District Five Awarded July 2003
    Johnsonville, South Carolina First Year Funding: $272,994
    Contact: Randy Smiley School District
    Centers:
  • BRITTON'S NECK ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4,5,6,7,8
  • JOHNSONVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 5,6,7,8

    1105 Lexington School District Three Awarded July 2003
    Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina First Year Funding: $253,318
    Contact: Cathi Eargle School District
    Centers:
  • BATESBURG LEESVILLE MID
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • PELION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4

    1106 Newberry County School District Awarded July 2003
    Newberry, South Carolina First Year Funding: $300,000
    Contact: Tashawn Cannon School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 5 centers.
  • BOUNDARY STREET ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4
  • GALLMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • NEWBERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1107 Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five Awarded July 2003
    Orangeburg, South Carolina First Year Funding: $270,000
    Contact: Judy Sexton-Walls School District
    Centers:
  • BROOKDALE (NIX) ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • HOLLY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • SHERIDAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5

    1108 Union County School District Awarded July 2003
    Union, South Carolina First Year Funding: $300,000
    Contact: Rita Ivey School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • CLIFDALE ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • FOSTER PARK ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4
  • MONARCH ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 3,4

    1109 Spaulding Junior High School Awarded July 2003
    Lamar, South Carolina First Year Funding: $174,500
    Contact: Fran Knotts School District
    Centers:
  • SPAULDING JR HIGH
  • Grades: 7,8

    1110 Midway Elementary School Awarded July 2003
    Cassatt, South Carolina First Year Funding: $166,147
    Contact: Paula Favor School District
    Centers:
  • MIDWAY ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 2,3,4,5

    1111 M. S. Bailey Elementary School Awarded July 2003
    Clinton, South Carolina First Year Funding: $199,389
    Contact: Maureen Tiller School District
    Centers:
  • M S BAILEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 3,4,5,6,7,8

    1112 Berkeley County School District Awarded January 2003
    Moncks Corner, South Carolina First Year Funding: $300,000
    Contact: Sharon Snyder School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • BONNER ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 1,2,3
  • D P COOPER ELEMENTARY
  • Grades: 1,2,3
  • J K GOURDIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 1,2,3

    1113 Big Horn Co 2nd Cohort: The Rural Connections Project Awarded January 2004
    Basin, Wyoming First Year Funding: $100,000
    Contact: Linda Harp, LPH Consulting School District
    Centers:
  • Big Horn School District #4
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
  • Hyattville Community Center
  • Grades: PreK,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

    1114 Albany Co 2nd Cohort: Coalition for the Prevention of Substance Abuse: After School Enrichment Awarded January 2004
    Laramie, Wyoming First Year Funding: $73,900
    Contact: Tamara Sandberg Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • Afterschool enrighment program-Expanded
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6

    1115 Campbell Co 2nd Cohort: 21st CCLC SIG Project Awarded January 2004
    Gillette, Wyoming First Year Funding: $50,000
    Contact: Linda Jennings Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • Yes House
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

    1116 Converse Co/Douglas 2nd Cohort: Youth Learning Opportunities Awarded January 2004
    Douglas, Wyoming First Year Funding: $99,800
    Contact: Jane Osborne, Douglas Prevention Resources School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 5 centers.
  • Douglas High School
  • Grades: 9,10,11,12
  • Douglas Intermediate School
  • Grades: 3,4,5
  • Douglas Middle School
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1117 Crook Co 2nd Cohort: Crook County Cares Awarded January 2004
    Moorcroft, Wyoming First Year Funding: $50,000
    Contact: Dominique Tigert Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 6 centers.
  • Huelette Elementary
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6
  • Hulett High School
  • Grades: 7,8,9,10,11,12
  • Moorcroft Elementary
  • Grades: 3,4,5,6

    1118 Red Clay Consolidated School District Awarded August 2003
    Wilmington, Delaware First Year Funding: $425,000
    Contact: Dr. Alina Columbus School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • EVAN G. SHORTLIDGE ACADEMY
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • Marion T. Academy
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • WARNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: PreK,K,1,2,3,4,5

    1119 University of Delaware Cooperative Extension-Bayard Elementary School Awarded August 2003
    Newark, Delaware First Year Funding: $230,000
    Contact: Carol Scott College or University
    Centers:
  • BAYARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: 4,5,6

    1120 Boys and Girls Club of Westen Sussex - Seaford Awarded August 2003
    Seaford, Delaware First Year Funding: $156,793
    Contact: Peggy Geisler Nationally Affiliated Non-Profit Agency - Boys & Girls Club
    Centers:
  • Western Sussex Boys and Girls Club
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

    1121 Jessamine County - Warner Elementary - Cycle 2 Awarded July 2003
    Nicholasville, Kentucky First Year Funding: $124,976
    Contact: Patrice Jones School District
    Centers:
  • HATTIE C WARNER ELEMENTARY SCH
  • Grades: 4,5

    1122 Lawrence County - Louisa Elem - Cycle 2 Awarded July 2003
    Louisa, Kentucky First Year Funding: $116,608
    Contact: Andrea Riffe School District
    Centers:
  • LOUISA ELEMENTARY 21st CENTURY
  • Grades: PreK,K,1,2,3,4,5,6

    1123 Lexington/Fayette County Urban Government - Cycle 2 Awarded July 2003
    Lexington, Kentucky First Year Funding: $150,000
    Contact: Cheryl Dalton Community-Based Organization or other Non-Profit Organization
    Centers:
  • Creative Activities Program - TATES CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • Homework Huddle/Gainesway Community Empowerment Center
  • Grades: 1,2,3,4,5

    1124 Lincoln County - Cycle 2 Awarded July 2003
    Stanford, Kentucky First Year Funding: $148,692
    Contact: Phyllis Elder School District
    Centers:
  • KINGS MOUNTAIN ES-KID'S CLUB
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7

    1125 Altoona-Midway Unified School District 387 Awarded August 2003
    Altoona, Kansas First Year Funding: $67,086
    Contact: Orville Walker School District
    Centers:
  • Altoona Midway Elementary
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5
  • ALTOONA-MIDWAY HIGH SCHOOL
  • Grades: 9,10,11,12
  • ALTOONA-MIDWAY MIDDLE
  • Grades: 6,7,8

    1126 Coffey County Unified School Districts 244/243 Awarded August 2003
    Burlington, Kansas First Year Funding: $245,723
    Contact: Monique Burns School District
    Centers: Expand/Collapse full list of 4 centers.
  • BURLINGTON ELEM K-5
  • Grades: PreK,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
  • BURLINGTON MIDDLE 6-8
  • Grades: 6,7,8
  • LEBO ELEM
  • Grades: K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

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