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  • Amanda Domino, Data Control Specialist, adomino@mt.gov 406.444.1964
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21st Century Community Learning Centers

Information and resources for sub-grantees, school staff, parents, students, and community members on 21st CCLC programs in Montana.

OSTLMS Reporting Database Login

21st Century Community Learning CentersAfterschool Alliance Youth for Youth

 

News Updates

 

The Montana Office of Public Instruction’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers’ 2014 Grant Competition is now open.
The Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI) is pleased to announce the opportunity for schools, districts, and community-based organizations to apply for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) Afterschool Program grant. The 21st CCLC is the result of the No Child Left Behind legislation passed by the U.S. Congress. The funding for this new grant cycle is contingent upon the availability of federal funds.

To view the entire official announcement letter, please click on this link: 21st CCLC 2014 Official Grant Application Announcement Letter

Forms may be filled out electronically, but a hard copy must be printed and signed. Mail signed copies to The Office of Public Instruction, 21st CCLC Program, PO Box 202501, Helena, MT 59620-2501)

2014 21st CCLC: E-Grants Application Instructions Webinar

2014 Grant Competition Documents:

2013-2014 OSTLMS Year-End Reporting
Launching the Teacher Survey Webinar

Timeline for completing tasks in the OSTLMS database for the 2013-14 program year

2013 Fall OSTLMS Webinar V-Options for Entering Attendance

Contacts:

  • Mary Ellen Earnhardt, Educational Program Representative,  MEarnhardt@mt.gov 406.444.3519
  • Amanda Domino, Data Control Specialist, adomino@mt.gov 406.444.1964

Montana OPI

 

What is 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC)?

21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC)The 21st Century Community Learning Center Act (Title IV, Part B, of ESEA as reauthorized by No Child Left Behind Act of 2001) provides funds to LEAs and community based organizations through a competitive grant process. Awards must be for $50,000 or more and will be 5 years in duration.

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers provide opportunities for academic enrichment during non-school hours (before-school, after-school and summer) in a community learning center environment. Services reinforce and complement regular academic programs and offer literacy and educational development to families.

Award priority must be to eligible entities that propose to serve: a) students who primarily attend schools eligible for schoolwide programs; or (b) schools that serve a high percentage of students from low-income families/40 percent free and reduced priced meals; and the families of students described in (a) or (b). Priority may also be given to applications submitted jointly by LEAs receiving funds under Title I, Part A, and community based organizations or other public or private entities.

Federal and Montana State 21st CCLC Goals

 

Afterschool Snack and Summer Food Programs

The Afterschool Snack Program provides reimbursement for snacks to children who participate in afterschool educational or enrichment programs in an organized, structured and supervised environment.

Grantees Information

21st Century Regional Service Areas Map
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Montana's 21st Century Grantees

Complete List: 2002-2013

2008 2009 2010 2011
Alberton/Clinton/DeSmet/
Lolo/Superior
Alberton Arrowhead Elementary Butte Middle School
Anaconda CPA Anaconda CPA Corvallis K-12 Corvallis Elementary and High School
Ashland Ashland Ennis K-12 Wyola
Belt Belt Fairview Elementary  
Bridger Bridger MAPS  
Boulder Hardin Glacier County Boys & Girls Club  
Dutton/Brady Harlem Highwood Elementary  
Flathead Reservation Coalition Lame Deer Lincoln K-12  
Hardin Melstone Lone Rock Elementary  
Harlem Ronan MS Noxon Elementary  
Harlowton Troy Sheridan Elementary  
Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line Vaughn/Fairfield Yellowstone County Boys & Girls Club  
Lame Deer      
Lewistown Boys & Girls Club      
Melstone      
Polson      
Ronan MS/HS      
St Ignatius      
St. Regis      
Troy      
Vaughn/Fairfield      
Yellowstone Boys & Girls Club      

Regional Resources

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Monitoring and Quality Improvement Tool

The primary purpose of the monitoring and quality improvement tool is to improve the quality of Montana's 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) programs by helping practitioners take a critical look at their programs against standards of best practice.

Monitoring and Quality Improvement Tool

Reports

State Reporting

The state of Montana uses Creating Change, Inc’s database, Out of School Time Leadership Management System, (OSTLMS), for sub grantees to enter reporting data required by the federal Department Of Education’s 21st CCLC program. At the end of each program year, Creating Change, Inc uploads the OSTLMS data in to the federal database, Learning Points Associates’ (LPA’s) Profile and Performance Information Collection System (PPICS). 

OSTLMS

OSTLMS Manual
2012-2013 Yearly Reporting Timeline

2010 – 11 Year-end Checklist - Final Reporting To Be Completed by July 1, 2011
2010-11 Year-End Reporting

2008 MT Evaluation Report
2008 Montana Grantee Profile Summary

Federal Reporting

Learning Points Associates (LPA) Login page

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