LEAP’s in-school enrichment programs for middle school students in Salem!
Is a free Salem Public School District after-school program. This program is a 21st Century Community Learning Center Programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Students who participate in Expanding Horizons@Bowditch meet after school and engage in innovative curriculum designed to enlighten their minds in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Students also received important college and career curricula so that 8th graders understand the pathway to college when this go to high school.
Is a school day program and takes place during the enrichment block time as part of the Extended Learning Time (ELT). This program will provide experiential learning to approximately 400 students that match exploration and learning on various topics with linkages to career and post-secondary options.
|Nathaniel Bowditch School
|Collins Middle School|
|WHEN||Monday – Thursday, 3:15 – 5:30PM||Monday & Wednesday, 2:00 – 3:30PM|
|GRADES||6th, 7th and 8th||6th and 7th|
– Saltonstall School
– Nathaniel Bowditch School
– Collins Middle School
|Collins Middle School students ONLY|
Oct. 2nd through Dec. 8th
Sept. 25th through Dec. 13th
|CONTACT||Meghan Murtagh at 978-740- 6667 ext. 103 or email@example.com||Kayla Dorst at 978-740- 6667 ext. 114 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
What is LEAP for Education’s Role?
LEAP for Education, Inc. is working with the Salem Public Schools to act as Program and Academic Coordinator for the 21st Century Community Learning Center at the Nathaniel Bowditch School. As Program Coordinator, LEAP works with the site supervisor to assure that all the grant requirements are being met and that the academic quality, enrollment, attendance and assessments meet the high standards of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
In addition to Expanding Horizons@Bowditch, LEAP staff provides program coordination for other 21cclc programs including Horace Mann Learning Lab at the Horace Mann Lab Elementary School in Salem (grades 3-5), and Gloucester’s O’Maley Academy.
LEAP is overseeing the Expanding Horizons@Collins programs by recruiting and training the community volunteers to teach up to 20 different sessions and to provide the volunteers with supplies, speakers, field trips and other logistical support. LEAP will be responsible for program quality and assessment.