St. John Community
Development Corp, Inc.
S.A.Y. CCLC Program
The St. John CDC offers a variety of youth services to the community by way of the S.A.Y. (Save
A Youth) Programs. The S.A.Y. Program has four components:
Summer Camp Program
Gang Prevention Program
Other Services Offered:
Transitional Housing for Men
21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY
The 21st CCLC program is authorized under Title IV, Part B of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The program provides before and after-school, weekend, and summer school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low-performing schools to help them meet local and state academic standards in subjects such as reading, mathematics, and science. As a result of successful ESEA waiver application, effective in 2012-2013, 21st CCLC programs in North Carolina may choose to also offer services during the school day. In addition, programs may provide activities for youth development, drug and violence prevention, art, music, technology, character education, counseling, and recreation to enhance the program's academic components. The program also supports a component for family literacy and community outreach.
S.A.Y. (Save A Youth) 21st
CCLC After-school Program
The S.A.Y. After-school Program is grant funded through the 21st Century Community Learning Center to support the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities for children and families.
The S.A.Y. program believes that after-school programs should provide opportunities and experiences that stimulate a child’s intellectual, social and physical development
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:
The S.A.Y. Vocational Program is grant funded through the Governor's Crime Commission and the local Juvenile Crime Prevention Council
School Year 2014-2015
Out of 359 Students Participated in the SAY After school Program, 347 met all local and state requirements for advancement to the next grade.
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School Year 2014-2015
Out of 359 Students Participated in the SAY After-school Program, 347 met all local and state requirements for advancement to the next grade.