USA: South Dakota
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Grants to South Dakota nonprofit organizations, school districts, institutions of higher education, tribal schools, for-profit entities, and local government agencies to provide students with academic enrichment activities. Applicants must submit a Notice of Intent and complete the required registration prior to applying. Funding is intended to establish or expand community learning centers in public schools or in facilities that are as available and accessible to the students served as if the program were located in a public elementary, middle, or secondary school.
Centers provide a range of high-quality services to support student learning and development, including tutoring and mentoring, homework help, academic enrichment (such as hands-on science or technology programs), and community service opportunities, as well as music, arts, sports and cultural activities. Centers must provide academic enrichment activities to students that attend high-poverty or Title 1 school-wide schools to help them meet state and local standards in core subjects especially reading, and mathematics. At the same time, centers help working parents by providing a safe environment for students when school is not in session.
The Department shall give priority to applications meeting one or both of the following criteria.
Applicants must propose inclusive and supervised services that include expanded learning opportunities (such as enriched instruction, tutoring, or homework assistance) for children. These activities must work toward achieving the three goals listed below.
To receive a grant under this program, applicants must provide services that address the absolute priority (#1) and supplement with other program activities (#2), as described here: https://doe.sd.gov/21CCLC/documents/GY24-Guidelines.pdf#page=7
For information about selection criteria, see: https://doe.sd.gov/21CCLC/documents/GY24-Guidelines.pdf#page=12
Estimated Size of Grant:
21CCLC grants are awarded for a period of five years. The grant consists of five annual grant award periods that will run from July 1 – June 30 of each fiscal year. Funding for years two through five, of the program, are dependent upon continued federal appropriations to support this program.