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.
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”)
September 3, 2019 – June 9, 2020
School Locations & Contacts
|Crestview Heights||Jennifer Paden
|Sam Case / Newport||McKenzie Purdom
|Siletz Valley Charter||Katie Lindstrom
Phone: 541-444-1100, ext. 167
|Taft Elementary||Tracy Berry
|Toledo Elementary||Daymond Sewell
Neighbors for Kids
|Partner Location: 634 SE Hwy 101, Depoe Bay 97341
21st CCLC Program Director
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 five 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!
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 PI585 into the search bar to connect your card to our account. The more you shop, the more we both earn!
Other after school opportunities in the County (that are NOT affiliated with LCSD):
Neighbors for Kids in Depoe Bay
Partner Program hosted by Neighbors for Kids in Depoe Bay has their own application online or downloadable forms: https://neighborsforkids.org/forms/
City of Newport Parks and Recreation in Newport
“School’s Out” After school program ages 5-12 years. Offered 3 PM to 5:30 PM Monday-Friday. $110 Month or $10/Day (does not include non-school days). The monthly fee includes early release Wednesdays. Ride the bus to the rec center. Contact the Newport Rec Center for more information. https://www.newportoregon.gov/dept/par/rec/Youth.asp
Apple Tree Afterschool in Newport
Youth programs with scholarships available. Located at 1605 North Coast Highway, Newport, 97365. For information call 541-272-5141, text 541-961-9487 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: At Apple Tree we encourage play, experimentation, and expression in a safe, rich environment. Kids are surrounded with books and beads, fabric and food, plants and paint, Legos and lizards, costumes and computers. They can chill in a quiet corner, start a game of Clue, or build a robot. For a couple of hours after school, kids are free to relax, to join in the activities of others, and to follow their interests in a place full of possibilities. We also offer group activities.
Schedules and applications available online at http://www.exploreappletree.com
When: Afternoons from 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Description: Designed for K through 5th-grade students, is a quality after-school program providing enrichment activities that keep young people safe and provide opportunities for positive and consistent relationships with adults and peers. The program promotes the development of skills and exploration of interests, enhances positive character traits and life skills, and helps strengthen academic skills. From Discovery’s inception, Oceanspray has directed efforts to create a quality program. Important to the program’s success has been staff education, guidance from research-based studies and community partnerships. 2004 celebrates 10 years of Discovery for neighborhood residents and community use. DPU excepted at $100 monthly fee.
RecKids at Oceanlake in Lincoln City
The “RecKids” Afterschool Program is designed to help children ages 5-11 acquire the skills and attitudes they need by offering a balanced mix of academic support, sports, recreational activities, and cultural experiences. The program is held at Oceanlake Elementary School and begins the first day of school. Transportation to RecKids is provided from Taft Elementary. The program also operates on most no school days and holidays in order to meet the needs of working parents. We also offer a RecKids program throughout the Summer months.
For more information or to register online:
Contact: Raleigh Bartholomew; email@example.com; 541-921-2768;