An Initiative From:

Clinton School District

Clinton School District began its 21C program in the 2005-06 school year. One of the first activities was to expand an existing ABC preschool program to provide quality extended day services. Working parents are able to take advantage of both before and after school programs.

The Clinton School district also initiated after-school programs for elementary and intermediate children. These students are provided with academic tutoring, homework assistance, structured physical education, and enrichment activities such as art, music, nutrition and health.

Parent involvement is an important focus of the 21C Program. Strengthening Families training is provided for students and their parents on a weekly basis. Through collaboration with a local church, a meal is served and child care is provided so families can participate in activities designed to enhance parenting skills. Grant funds are also used to support the Clinton School District Parent Center by providing materials and sponsoring parent activities such as math and literacy nights.

A collaboration was established with the school based mental health network and other community and state agencies to ensure that services, referrals, and support are provided to students and their families.

The Clinton School District strongly supports the components of the 21C Program as a way to link schools, families, and communities.


Contact: Glenda Stagg, Grant/Federal

Programs Coordinator
stagg@clinton.k12.ar.us

851 Yellow Jacket Lane
Clinton, AR 72031
Phone (501) 745-6054
Fax (501) 745-8073


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