CAPE to seek new 21st Century Community Learning Centers funding with Camras Elementary

 In The CAPE Blog

CAPE’s after-school program currently serves five elementary and three high schools and is supported by funding from the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC), a program of the US Department of Education and the Illinois State Board of Education. We’re pleased to have the opportunity to apply for additional 21st CCLC funding in order to expand our after-school program to serve additional schools and communities, specifically Marvin Camras Children’s Engineering School in Belmont-Craigin.

The application will be submitted at the end of April, and we will provide an update on the status of our application later this summer.

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