NORTH KANSAS CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, KANSAS CITY
The Middle School Extended Day Program will seek to increase student achievement and reduce drug use, violence, and other non-productive activities of middle school youth by providing extended programming in four middle schools.
MT. VERNON R-V SCHOOLS, MT. VERNON $122,120
"The High Flyers Program" will include senior citizens' tutoring programs, telecommunications and technology education programs for all ages, parenting skills education programs, and services for individuals with disabilities.
STEWARTSVILLE C-II SCHOOL DISTRICT, STEWARTSVILLE
The Connections project is designed to take education from the classroom to the community and to take resources from the community to the classroom. The program will provide expanded learning opportunities for youth through academic enrichment programs and drug-prevention and safety programs.
NORMANDY SCHOOL DISTRICT, ST. LOUIS $592,958
The Community Learning Centers will be developed around a "Rebuilding the Heart of Our Community" theme. The Centers will provide academic reinforcement, new learning opportunities, and family services to students, parents, senior citizens, and other community residents through a series of after school and evening programs that have proven successful.
TRENTON R-IX SCHOOL DISTRICT, TRENTON $140,466
"EEG" (Extended Educational Guidance) Community Learning Center will provide extended learning opportunities to students in grades 6-8 as well as parents and community members. Activities will include literacy development, homework help, academic enrichment, arts and crafts, supervised games and physical education.
President and First Lady | Vice President and Mrs. Gore
Record of Progress | The Briefing Room
Gateway to Government | Contacting the White House | White House for Kids
White House History | White House Tours | Help
T H E W H I T E H O U S E