Alexander School District
Alexander Local Schools currently has one afterschool program. Alexander Jr. High/High School Kids on Campus is funded through a Nina M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center grant awarded from the Ohio Department of Education, and serves students in grades 6 through 12. Students receive a snack and some free time directly after school to transition into the program. Students participate in study tables and math and reading intervention for 60 minutes daily. They then join academic enrichment clubs of their choice to put concepts learned during the school day in to action. These clubs also allow students the opportunity to explore college and career options.
In June of 2019, the 21st Century grant with Alexander Elementary, which had served over 100 children each year Kindergarten through fifth grade, ended. The school district and Kids on Campus are working together to identify additional funding sources to support these students.
For more information about the program you can contact the main Kids on Campus office or Alexander Local Schools.
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