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The goals of the CMS SWAG (Students With Amazing Goals) afterschool enrichment program are to: •Increase the academic achievement of participating students in one or more academic area •Increase school connectedness of participants, including families, caregivers, and school teachers •Increase the capacity of participants to become productive adults The CMS SWAG program incorporates homework help, mentoring/tutoring, and academic enrichment. Students have the opportunity to participate in four eight-week sessions. Social and life skills are emphasized; providing an opportunity for students to engage positively with caring adults.
This program is only open to students from the following school districts: Capital School District. For questions on eligibility, please contact our team. We'd be happy to assist in any way we can.
21st CCLC programs provide a broad array of opportunities for students and their families, including such things as:Academic Supports: hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math, homework help, literacy activities, SAT preparation, tutoring, and more;Career Exploration and College Access: college application support, college visits, internships, job shadowing, and moreFine Arts: dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and more;Health Promotion: counseling and mental health programs, healthy cooking, nutrition education, substance abuse prevention, and more;Physical Activity: baseball, basketball, martial arts, soccer, swimming, yoga, and more;Youth Development: community service, good decision-making, leadership development, mediation skills, social and emotional learning, violence prevention, and more; andFamily Engagement: adult education, family events, family literacy, and more.
In this course, students will learn the basics of a powerful game engine called Unity, which is used by professionals and amateurs alike. Students will be introduced to the Unity Interface and the general vocabulary and concepts of working in the Unity engine. Students will be guided in making two…
Youth from a local school are matched with an employee from a workplace partner for the duration of the school year. Students visit their mentor’s workplace at least monthly to explore career opportunities and develop professional skills in a real-world office setting.
Delaware high school students beginning their junior or senior year in the Fall 2023 are eligible to apply for the Governor’s Summer Fellowship. This prestigious flagship program is geared towards preparing Delaware students for innovative and compelling work in education, government, or their communities. With paid work opportunities at summer…