21st Century Community Learning Centers
Keys To Success - Afterschool 2022-23
Site Coordinators: Ashley Henriquez
Parent Activities and Meetings 2022-2023
Parent meetings will be held virtually and in person this school year to accommodate all of our families.
- August 18th 6 pm - Welcome and Important Info
- September 1st 6 pm - Understanding District, School, and 21st CCLC Expectations
- October 6th - 6 pm Computer Literacy
- January 12th 6 pm - A History of the Keys - Free Family Field Trip to the Custom's House
- February 9th 6 pm - The Keys Environment
- April 6th 6pm - Connecting with Mental Health/Community Resources
- May 18th 6pm - Summer Information Night
Advisory Meeting Dates:
- 21st CCLC Advisory Meetings start at 6pm (childcare is provided for in-person meetings)
- Advisory 1 - November 10th
- Advisory 2 - March 2nd
For All Parent Meetings and Events Use the Google Link to attend virtually: Join Parent Meetings Online
Keys to Success 2020-2025 Grant Narrative
For Questions about the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Narrative and Summative Evaluation Report, please contact:
Elizabeth Hogan, Elizabeth.firstname.lastname@example.org
21st Century Afterschool
Keys to Success at Gerald Adams Elementary
5855 College Rd
Key West, FL 33040
Afterschool Program Hours
Monday through Thursday 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM Friday 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Summer School Program Hours
June 5th - July 18th, Monday through Friday from 8:15 am to 2:15 pm.
Afterschool Program Description
The 21st CCLC Afterschool program provides supplemental instruction and support, and opportunities for personal enrichment to students at Gerald Adams Elementary and eligible Private School Students.
Afterschool Program Purpose
- provide opportunities during afterschool hours for academic enrichment and personal enrichment
- offer students a broad array of additional services, programs and activities during afterschool hours, such as youth development activities, service learning, Keys Culture, Keys History, Keys Arts, Keys Music, physical fitness and wellness programs, technology education programs, financial literacy programs, environmental literacy programs, mathematics, and science that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students; and
- offer families of students served by community learning centers opportunities for active and meaningful engagement in their children’s education, including opportunities for literacy and related educational development plus resources for mental health and wellness.
- Gerald Adams Elementary students needing additional instruction to meet standards and or third grade promotion
- Students scoring red or intervention in the STAR progress monitoring program which is conducted three times per school year
- Students recommended by Teachers and school administration including Private School Students
- Priority for students affected by Homelessness
- Targets students attending schools eligible for Title I School-Wide Program services and/or schools with at least 40% of the student body receiving free and reduced-price lunch
- Private schools in the program area
Important 21st Century Information
Attendance is mandatory for all registered students. However, exceptions will be made based on parent communication. The 21st Century is not a drop in program and students are expected to attend from start to finish each program day. If your student is experiencing any symptoms of an illness, please notify Coach Henriquez, and keep your student at home.
Good behavior is expected in the afterschool program as the program is a privilege. If issues arise and are re-occurring; dismissal from the program may result.