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566 Mountainair Public Schools Expand/collapse all hidden information
P. O. Box 456
Mountainair, NM 87036

Contact: Anne Ravenstone
Phone: (505) 847-2231
Fax: (505) 847-2727
Project Description

The primary goal of the Mountainair 21st CCLC program, Project ASPIRE (Arts and Scholastic Program Inspiring and Reinforcing Education), is to provide a safe, drug-free after-school environment for at-risk students. The program currently serves approximately 180 K-12th graders. These children and youth experience creative, enriching activities in the art, as well as academic curriculum addressing their particular needs.

Total Number of Students Served: 150
Total Number of Adults Served: 15
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Fiscal Agent Type: School District
Grant Awarded May 2003 by the state of New Mexico
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Grant Length: 5 Years

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Partners: 5 (Expand/Collapse)
Centers: 2 (Click expand/collapse all centers)
ID Center Name Grade Levels Served
1075 Mountainair Elementary (Expand/Collapse) K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

3120 MOUNTAINAIR HIGH (Expand/Collapse) 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

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