21st Century Community Learning Program
The Pemberton Township Schools 21st Century Program provides free, high-quality afterschool programs to 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students at Busansky, Denbo, and Stackhouse Elementary Schools. We operate for 3 hours after normal school hours. Daily snack and transportation are provided. 21st Century staff members create activities that coincide with what students are learning in school, and combine cross-content information and 21st Century Skills acquisition through project-based learning opportunities. In an enjoyable, kid-centered setting, the program provides opportunities for experiential learning, problem solving, self-direction, creativity, exploration, and expression. The activities engage students in learning and even help prevent “summer learning loss” through a 4-week summer program. The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) are 100% federally funded under Title IV of the Every Student Succeeds Act, through the New Jersey Department of Education.
If you would like your child to participate in the 21st Century program, please print the program application (located below) and return it via one of the identified methods on the application so that your child(ren) can experience the fun and engaging activities offered in the 21st Century program!
Don't wait...space is limited!!
21st Century Program Coordinator
Donna Scarabaggio, M.Ed.
609-893-8141 Ext. 1196
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Written notification of a student's absence from the 21st Century Program is very important. Please feel free to print and use the above form if/when your child will not be attending the 21st Century Program on any given day. Simply fill in the needed information and send it back to school with your child.