What is Wildcat Club?
The Wildcat Club Community Learning Center (CLC) at Glenn O. Swing Elementary primarily provides before and after school academic assistance opportunities for intermediate students (3rd-5th grade). In addition to this academic program, the CLC provides other opportunities (clubs, organizations, workshops, special events, etc.) for academic enrichment, youth development, and family and community engagement. The CLC acts as an extension of the school day. By partnering with several community partners (agencies, individuals, school staff, etc.), the Wildcat Club CLC at Glenn O. Swing Elementary is able to provide participating students with amazing opportunities outside of the normal school hours.
Who may attend the CLC Program for Academic Assistance?
A limited number of spots is available for this program. The Glenn O. Swing leadership team selects 3rd – 5th Grade students based on academic need to participate in the program.
Who may attend other CLC opportunities, and what are those opportunities?
The CLC provides other after school opportunities outside of the Academic Assistance program. A large variety of clubs are offered, and these clubs rotate seasonally and are offered certain days of the week. Any student 3rd-5th grade is eligible to attend these extracurricular clubs, but spots are limited.
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