Dream MORE @ Thurgood Marshall Middle School (Lynn)
Lynn Public Schools and LEAP are partnering to implement a free after-school and summer program at Thurgood Marshall Middle School (TMMS) called Dream MORE (Marshall Opportunities for Resilience and Education) for Lynn students in grades 6 – 8.
This program was made possible through a Wellington Catalyst gift awarded to LEAP for Education in December, 2019. The program will initially be funded through the Catalyst gift and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Access to Quality Afterschool and Summer grant funding.
Spring Session 2021 – Enroll now in this free online program!
Dream MORE is a free after-school program that will help your child grow academically and socially. Register today – there are limited seats available!
|Eligibility:||Any child enrolled at the Thurgood Marshall Middle School|
|When:||March 29th through June 3rd, enroll for Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays|
|Time:||3:15 – 5:45 PM|
|How:||Using the Zoom platform|
|All youth will:||Enrichment activities for the winter session include:|
Summer 2021 – Registration is now open!
Dream MORE is accepting new students for its summer program which will run from Monday July 12 to Thursday August 12 for rising 6th – 9th students from Lynn. Register today
|Start Date:||Tuesday, July 12th|
|Days:||Monday – Thursday|
|Time:||8:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.|
|Location:||Marshall Middle School|
THE PROGRAM INCLUDES:
Project-Based Learning: The program day starts with interdisciplinary project-based learning experiences. Students will be placed in a cohort based on interest and grade level. Project-based learning opportunities will be offered in areas such as:
- Social justice
- Website design
- Diversity of habitats/sustainability
- Service learning (getting food to the hungry)
- Engineering/city planning
Afternoon Enrichment Opportunities: All students participating in Dream MORE will choose an afternoon enrichment. These may include activities such as art, photography, drama, team sports, health and fitness, and mixed martial arts.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily. Limited transportation will be provided based on need to and from the program. Students will be cohorts of 12 or less, and district COVID safety procedures/protocols will be followed throughout the program. The Dream MORE program is staffed by community partners, Lynn Public School and LEAP for Education employees.
Students are expected to attend all 5 weeks of the program.
Space is limited for this program and spots will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Once you have registered, we will confirm enrollment in the program by the second week in June.
What is LEAP for Education’s Role?
LEAP for Education, Inc. is working with the Lynn Public Schools to act as Program and Academic Coordinator for the after-school program at Marshall Middle School. As Program Coordinator, LEAP will work 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.