Ensuring a high quality educational experience and skills relevant to the 21st century
As an integral extension of Meadowview Schools, the
Meadowview Community Learning Center (CLC) will help all
students be successful this school year and in the future. The
Meadowview CLC offers a safe, respectful, and welcoming environment
for students before and after school. CLC programs are of high
interest and high engagement and incorporate diverse instructional
approaches to meet the needs of every student. As a
grant-funded program, the Meadowview CLC is free-of-charge.
Students are admitted into the CLC program based on teacher
referrals and academic need.
CLC staff work tirelessly to ensure that every student succeeds
in the CLC, during the regular school day, in the community,
and at home. Homework help, tutoring, enrichment activities, and
special interest clubs are designed to help every student
develop the skills necessary to be successful in the twenty-first
century. CLC objectives include:
The after-school program is available on regular school days
from 3:15 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday for students in fourth
through eighth grade. Students meet in the cafeteria daily at
3:15 p.m. for nutrition break. From there, they complete
their homework and participate in enrichment activities.
Parents/guardians may pick-up students inside the middle
school doors. After-school program students must attend at
least two days per regular school week until 4:30 p.m.
All CLC programming will begin the first day of school and will
operate through the last day of school with the exception of
early dismissal days and days impacted by inclement weather.
f your student is interested in the CLC, please contact
CLC Director Holly Jarrett at (608) 633-1807 or email@example.com.
For more information or to see what the Meadowview CLC has been
up to lately, click here to go to the
Meadowview CLC facebook page.
This document summarizes
the results of the NYSAN (New York State Afterschool Network)
self-assessment of the Meadowview CLC completed in April 2011 by