•  21st Century Community Learning Centers - ‘Summer 2022 Program’   

    21st Century Summer Program: Watch the video to see what we did last summer! 

    The Pemberton Township Schools and 21st Century SUMMER Program is being offered for FREE to all CURRENT 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students attending the Busansky and Denbo-Crichton Elementary Schools. Students will have the opportunity to participate in many engaging clubs this summer that will include interesting and interactive content (the 21st Century 'Nita M. Lowey' Community Learning Center- Summer Program is being provided FREE - via a federally-funded grant). Space is limited! Enroll your child today for our exciting SUMMER Program!  

    Our program theme is ‘Career Awareness and Exploration’ and will include clubs that support the following:

    STEM / Language Arts Literacy / Math / Sports Training & Movement Activities / Art & Graphic Arts / Yoga & Mindfulness / Social-Emotional Learning and Character Education / Academic Learning Loss Content/ Computers and Technology, and lots of other fun activities! Students may also have the opportunity to participate in mini-camps provided by community partners (more information about this will be forthcoming).

    The program will operate Monday through Thursday, beginning Wednesday, July 6th - Tuesday, August 2nd at Denbo-Crichton Elementary School from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm.

    Breakfast, lunch, and bus transportation will be provided!

    All available openings will be filled on a first come, first serve basis for students who are currently in third, fourth, and fifth grades at Busansky and Denbo-Crichton Elementary Schools. Enrollment is limited; therefore, we ask that eligible students commit to the FULL four-weeks of 21st Century Summer Programming.

    To enroll your child, please complete the digital Google Form Enrollment Application and submit it no later than Friday, May 6, 2022.

     A written confirmation will be sent out via email. Please reach out if you have any questions.

    21st Century Program Coordinator

    Adalia Sheffield-Washington

    609-893-8141 Ext. 1291

    asheffieldwashington@pemb.org