21st Century Community Learning Centers
The LCSD free after school programs use science, technology, engineering, arts, math, and literacy to provide educational enrichment opportunities to students in need of academic support. We are grant funded and rely on community support to provide a safe, fun learning environment for children in Lincoln County.
21st CCLC Program Director
October 3, 2017 – May 31, 2018
School Locations & Contacts
|Crestview Heights||Jennifer Paden
|Sam Case / Newport||Woody Crobar
|Siletz Valley Charter||Katie Lindstrom
Phone: 541-444-1100, ext. 167
|Taft Elementary||Deni Bullock
|Toledo Elementary||Daymond Sewell
21st CCLC is inviting community members to share their STEAM related knowledge for either a one-time visit, or a weekly commitment. If you would like to showcase your talents, while encouraging artistic growth in tomorrow’s leaders, please call the site coordinator at your chosen location. Other opportunities include helping out with art projects, being a reading buddy, or assisting the site coordinator in daily activities.
With school based after school programs at six locations throughout the county and two community partner sites, most likely there’s plenty of opportunity to volunteer within your own neighborhood. Thank you for all you do!
If you would like to support the After School Program, please follow the link below:
(Under “School” select “Lincoln Country District Office”; Under “Item” select “After School Program Donations”)
Support through Fred Meyer Rewards
You can support our program while still earning your own Fred Meyer Rewards! After following the link and signing in, type LCSD After School Program or 93664 into the search bar to connect your card to our account. The more you shop, the more we both earn!