Before and After School Programs

  • 21st Century Community Learning GRANT

    2018-2019 is our 4th year of a 5 year grant. 

    Objectives and outcomes are listed below. 

    Objective 1: Student attendance will be entered daily into the program monitoring system. The program director will track student attendance results daily/weekly and make calls to parents of those that have not attended regularly to problem solve the concern with families.

    Outcome for Objective 1: As of March 30, our average daily attendance is 110 students.


    Objective 2: 85% of students regularly participating in the program will show continuous improvement in achievement as determined by improvement in Math and/or Reading percentiles from “minimal” or “basic” to “proficient” or “advanced proficient” on the MAP test in a spring to spring comparison.  

    Outcome for Objective 2: In a spring to winter comparison during the 2018-2019 school year, 77% of the regular attendees have demonstrated an increase of at least one of the categories of proficiency.

     

    Objective 3: Fruzen will offer high-quality enrichment opportunities that positively affect student outcomes such as school attendance and academic performance, and result in decreased disciplinary actions or other adverse behaviors.                                               

    Outcome for Objective 3:  will be determined by teacher surveys at the conclusion of the 2018-2019 school year

     

      2018 - 2019 CLC Calendar - CLC Calendar

     

    Fruzen Before & After School Program (run by the teachers of the Fruzen Building):  

     
    SOARING FALCONS CLC PROGRAM is offering exciting new classes.
     
     
     
     
    MAY 2019 CLASS OFFERINGS
     
    Mondays and Wednesdays: 
    Outdoor Education (provided by Welty Environmental Center) - New for May - The Pollination Sensation! Without pollination there would be no fruit, chocolate or coffee.  Learn the surprising partnerships between plants and their pollinators, and what different plants do to attract these pollinators.
    STEM - Students explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through challenges that are different every night
     
     
    Tuesdays and Thursdays:
    I Scream For Ice Cream - We've created a fun class centered around a favorite treat - ICE CREAM!  Students will read ice cream stories, perform Science projects, practice fact fluency and explore social/emotional learning all centered around this engaging theme.
    Geocaching - A fun recreational activity where students use GPS devices to both hide and seek "caches" located around Fruzen.
     
    If you have any questions about this fun opportunity for your child, please contact Mrs. Arp @ 361-2020 or darp@sdb.k12.wi.us