• 21st Century Community Learning Center - SUCCESS Program 

    Description:  What is a Community Learning Center?

    A community learning center offers academic, artistic, and cultural enrichment opportunities to students and their families during non-school hours (before or after school) or periods when school is not in session (including holidays, weekends or summer recess). A community learning center also assists students in meeting state and local academic achievement standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and mathematics, by providing the students with opportunities for academic enrichment. Centers provide students with a broad array of other activities – such as drug and violence prevention, counseling, art, music, recreation, technology, and character education programs. Community learning centers also serve the families of participating students, e.g., through family literacy programs.

     

    Contact us:

    Armin Jahr Elementary

    Dawnel Trias, Site Coordinator

    dawnel.trias@bremertonschools.org

    360.473.4130

     

    View Ridge Elementary

    Site Coordinator

    360.473.4531

     

    West Hills STEM Academy

    Kelly Bonsell, Site Coordinator

    kelly.bonsell@bremertonschools.org

    360.473.4633 

     

    Olympic ESD 114

    Erin Quinn, Program Manager

    equinn@oesd114.org

    360.782.5048

     

    Parent Handbook:  Included in the handbook are our program expectations, programming schedule and calendar, contact information and other pertinent program information. SUCCESS Parent Handbook

     

    Student Registration:  Our free program serves eligible students in grades 2 through 5 enrolled at Armin Jahr, View Ridge and West Hills STEM.  Transportation is available and provided to students residing in the school boundary area for the site they are enrolled. Please contact your school for registration information. 

     

    Volunteer with us!  We have volunteer opportunities for people interested in working with elementary students in various capacities- reading, tutoring, mentoring, homework assistance, share a special talent or skill.  Join us one day a week or more! If you are interested, click on the Volunteer Packet fill it out and turn it in.
     
    Program Evaluation: Each year the 21st Century SUCCESS program is subject to federal and state evaluation processes and data reporting.  The local evaluation report can be found here 21st SUCCESS Program Evaluation. For other evaluation results and data reporting information please contact the Program Manager at 360.405.5843.