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286 Northeastern Illinois University FY04 Expand/collapse all hidden information
Chicago Teachers' Center, 770 N. Haslsted
Chicago, IL 60622

Contact: Ms. Anne Stapleton
Phone: (312) 563-7165
Fax: (312) 563-4210
Email: A-Stapleton1@neiu.edu
Project Description

Our 21st CCLC program sponsors activity for middle school students in three schools serving unique communities across Chicago. In one school, the funds enable extended day classes twice a week for all students. In two other schools, "beyond the bell" classes and clubs are offered after-school. In addition, 8th graders from two of the schools are able to participate in Saturday classes for early high school credit during the school year.

Total Number of Students Served: 272
Total Number of Adults Served: 225
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Funding
Fiscal Agent Type: College or University
Grant Awarded August 2003 by the state of Illinois(State ID # 14-016-5405-51)
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Grant Length: 5 Years

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Partners: 1 (Expand/Collapse)
Centers: 5 (Click expand/collapse all centers)
ID Center Name Grade Levels Served
2363 AMES MIDDLE SCHOOL (Expand/Collapse) 6, 7, 8

2364 BARTON ELEM SCHOOL (Expand/Collapse) 5, 6, 7, 8

2365 SALAZAR ELEM BILINGUAL CENTER (Expand/Collapse) 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

10532 KELVYN PARK HIGH SCHOOL (Expand/Collapse) 8

10533 WELLS COMMUNITY ACADEMY HS (Expand/Collapse) 8

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