Services

Community Learning Centers (CLCs) are designed as community‐centered hubs that offer a diverse menu of services and programs designed to enrich and revitalize the community. Services designed to fit the unique needs of each community are made available to students, their families and the entire community.

These services can range from after-school programs for kids to English as a Second Language classes for whole families.

In addition, CLCs can include full-service health clinics, eye centers, dental clinics, mental health counselors, tutoring programs and even classes like ballroom dancing and construction.

Services and programs are set up through the CLC Resource Coordinator who works with Partners and Nonprofits that are able to address the specific needs of the community.

The following is a growing list of services offered through CLCs throughout the district:

  • Tutoring
  • College Access
  • After School Programs
  • Mentoring
  • Social Wellness
  • Youth Leadership
  • Basic Needs
  • Classroom Enrichment
  • Health & Wellness
  • Family Engagement
  • Extra‐Curricular Activities

To learn more about CLC services contact the Resource Coordinator at your CLC.

To learn how to become a CLC Partner or Volunteer, contact Julie Doppler.