21st CCLC Overview

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers program is a federal, grant-funded program that allows funds to be used for afterschool and community programming. The Shikellamy School District first began their 21st CCLC program with the Cohort 4 grant in 2008.
In 2012, Shikellamy was awarded with the Cohort 6A Grant which funds the afterschool programs through the end of the 2014-15 school year. With the Cohort 6A Grant, two new programs were added: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) for Grades 3-5 and Credit Recovery for High School Students.
In July of 2015 we filed for an extension of the Cohort 6A Grant with the state, for the 2015-16 school year.
We are currently waiting to see if we will be able to continue the STEM and Credit Recovery Programs.
In 2014, Shikellamy was awarded with the Cohort 7 Grant which funds the afterschool program through the end of the 2017 school year. With the Cohort 7 Grant, one new program was added: STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) for Grades 6-8.

The 21st CCLC is always looking for new ways to make learning fun and to get everyone in the community excited and involved! If you have any questions about the program, suggestions regarding activities, lesson plans & day trips, or new innovative ideas you think we need to hear about, please don’t hesitate to contact us during school hours at the information below.

Travis Stevens
21st CCLC Program Director
Email: stevenst@shikbraves.org
Office: (570) 286-3721 x2121
Program cell phone: (570) 850-8592

Michael Dodge
21st CCLC Assistant Director
Email: dodgem@shikbraves.org
Office: (570) 286-3721  x2122

Dale Martin
21st CCLC Technology Coordinator
Office: (570) 286-3721 x2112
*****After School Program Eligibility*****
STEM Eligible Students: Grades 3-5
STEAM Eligible Students: Grades 6-8
Credit Recovery and Tutoring Eligible Students: Grades 9-12

Summer Program Eligible Students: Grades 3-5 & 6-8 for the next upcoming school year

We hope this page helps you understand 21st CCLC a little better.