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U.S. Department of Education
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President Clinton recently announced the winners of this year's 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants. Almost $186 million will go to districts and schools in 48 states and Micronesia to help them work with community groups to provide after-school activities. A description of each recipient is available at www.ed.gov/21stcclc/2000awards .html. Grantees are listed below by state.

Alabama. Auburn City Schools, Auburn LEAP, $1,376,585; Board of Education of the City of Demopolis, Passport to Success at Demopolis Middle School, $345,168; Jefferson County Board of Education, LINKS (Learning in a New Kind of School), $681,558; Sumter County School District, Operation JUMP (Just Us Making Progress ... Committed to Leaving No One Behind), $996,100.

Alaska. Anchorage School District, Anchorage 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $1,617,378; Craig City School District, Local Families Businesses Involved Project, $392,039; North Slope Borough School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $873,099; Northwest Arctic Borough School District, 21st Century Learning Center Project, $848,173; Sitka School District, Sitka High School 21st Century Community Learning Center Programs, $384,455; Yukon-Koyukuk School District, Community Learning Center Project, $438,116;.

Arizona. Benson Elementary School, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $510,539; Casa Grande Elementary School District #4, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $649,068; Colorado River Union High School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $318,068; Douglas Unified School District #27, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $574,702; Flagstaff Unified School District #1, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $338,314; Frank Elementary School (TD #3), Guadalupe Peace Center (Centro de Paz Guadalupano), $141,448; Luz Academy of Tucson, Creating Multi-Ethnic Community Learning Centers, $537,776; Many Farms High School, Many Farms 21st Century Community Learning Center, $186,338; Osborn School District #8, Osborn Schools 21st Century Learning Centers, $399,684; Patagonia Elementary School District, Sonoita-Patagonia Alliance for Rural Community Learning (SPARCL), $271,425; Rough Rock Community School, Rough Rock Community School 21st Century Learning Center, $240,681; Tolleson Union High School District, Tap Into Success, $468,643; Yuma Elementary School District #1, Yuma Community Learning Centers, $733,968.

Arkansas. Dumas School District, Building Bridges to a Brighter Future, $677,623; Earle School District, Earle Center Program, $248,982; Helena-West Helena School District, School and Community Partnership for Students and Adults in the Mississippi River Delta Communities, $452,850; Hot Springs School District, Community Learning Centers, $791,945; Mount Judea Public School District, Mount Judea Community Learning Center Program, $310,076; Pulaski County Special School District, Pulaski County Special School District 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $319,914.

California. Alum Rock Union Elementary School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $381,734; Anaheim City School District, Anaheim Achieves 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $1,188,606; Anderson Valley Unified School District, Project Vision, $307,880; Arena Union Elementary School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $164,948; Bakersfield City School District, South Chester Community Learning Center, $136,728; Butte County Office of Education, Community Learning Centers,$838,153; Corona-Norco Unified School District, Project ASAP (After-School Achievement Program), $375,000; Cutler-Orosi Unified School District, Cutler-Orosi 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $402,876; De Anza Junior High School, 21st Century Community Learning Center Program, $890,319; Enterprise School District, Enterprise Youth Collaborative, $257,247; Fresno County Office of Education, Central Valley After-School Consortium, $1,050,000; Fresno Unified School District, Students INC. (Involved, Noticed, and Cared for), $757,633; Golden Plains Unified School District, Project PASS (Parent and Student Success), $339,259; Gonzales Unified School District, Gonzales Community Learning Centers, $520,191; Jurupa Unified School District, Jurupa Community Partners Learning Centers, $625,759; King City Joint Union High School, 21st Century Community Learning Center, $199,260; King City Union School District, Keep Up, Go Up, $293,102; Lake Tahoe Unified School District, Lake Tahoe Unified School District 21st Century Community Learning Center Project, $290,210; Long Beach Unified School District, Project WRAP (Winning Readers and Performers), $468,288; Los Angeles County Office of Education, Los Angeles County Office of Education 21st Century Community Learning Program, $1,890,487; Los Angeles Unified School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $148,411; Los Angeles Unified School District, LAUSD's 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program Educational Partnership in Community (EPIC), $1,684,442; Los Angeles Unified School District, Project WELCOME: Windows to Extended Learning, Community Outreach, Mentoring, and Enrichment, $600,000; Modesto City Schools, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $594,696; Mono County Office of Education, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $225,582; Montebello Unified School District, Active Community Engagement Program, $530,251; Mount Pleasant Elementary District, Caring Community of Learners, $875,561; National School District, Building Foundations, Futures, and Families ... for a Stronger Community, $632,337; North Monterey County Unified School District, SAFE Center Program, $736,868; Oakland Unified School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $703,000; Oakland Unified School District, Sobrante Park and Stonehurst 21st Century Community Collaborative, $405,168; Oakland Unified School District, East Oakland Learning Corridor 21st Century Learning Center, $500,000; Oceanside Unified School District, San Luis Rey Project,$452,023; San Luis Redwood City School District, Redwood City Model Afterschool Program, $675,000; Ontario-Montclair School District, 21st Century Safe Tigers Community Learning Center, $125,000; Pasadena Unified School District, Pasadena LEARNs (Leading Educational Achievement—Revitalizing Neighborhoods), $987,413; San Diego Unified School District, TeenWORKS: A High School—21st Century Community Learning Center, $171,646; Sanger Unified School District, Community Learning Centers Program, $291,503; Santa Ana Unified School District, Collaborative for Empowerment of the Neighborhood Through Education and Research, $600,000; Santa Paula Union High School District, Santa Paula 21st Century Community Learning Center, $257,639; San Ysidro Elementary School District, San Ysidro "6 to 6" Community Learning Centers, $750,000; Sequoia Union Elementary School District, 21st Century Community Learning Center, $136,362; Three Rivers Union Elementary School District, Heritage Project, $738,853; West Contra Costa Unified School District, Communities Together for the 21st Century, $500,000; West Contra Costa Unified School District, Montalvin Village Center, $187,076; West Contra Costa Unified School District, Urban Gardens Partnership, $507,989; West Park School District, A Rainbow in the Storm After-School Learning Center, $163,537; Wheatland School District, 21st Century Community Learning Center Program, $381,517; Winton Elementary School District, Winton 21st Century Community Learning Center, $670,181; Yreka Union Elementary School District, 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School Programs, $372,309.

Colorado. Adams/Arapahoe School District #28J, Crawford Elementary School-Aurora Public Schools Crawford Community Partnership Learning Center, $128,239; Delta County School District #50J, Delta County 21st Century Community Learning Centers Consortium, $445,208; Denver Public Schools, Southwest Denver Corsortia, $617,922; Jefferson County School District R-1, Project Prepare, $436,872; Limon Public School District RE- 4J, Eastern Colorado 21st Century Community Learning Centers Consortium, $339,808; Pueblo School District #60, Closing the Achievement Gap: The Pueblo Learning Centers Consortium, $658,808; RE-1 Valley School District, After-School Club Plus, $230,219; San Juan County School District #1, Silverton School and Community Learning Center, $116,282.

Connecticut. Bridgeport Board of Education, Uniquely for Bridgeport, $1,575,628; East Hartford Public Schools, The Technology Resource and Community (TRAC) Learning Centers, $375,000; Hartford Public Schools, Hartford 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $1,600,000.

Delaware. Capital School District, Project Growth, $333,609.

Florida. District School Board of Collier County, Kaleidoscope, $1,339,558; Lake County Schools, ARTLINKS for Education, $383,796; Monroe County School District, Monroe County School District Community Learning Centers, $919,160;Washington County School Board, Give Us WINGS, Let Us Fly, $1,056,451.

Georgia. Board of Public Education for Bibb County, Bibb 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School, Family, and Summer Programming, $512,081.

Idaho. Gooding Joint School District #231, Gooding 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $956,380; Joint School District #214, 21st Century Community Learning Centers for Discovery, $1,217,831; Lapwai School District #341, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $203,608.

Illinois. Community Consolidated School District #62, Success Quest Program—District 62 21st Century Community Learning Center, $399,289; Dolton West School District 148, 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $479,400; Elverado Community Unit School District #196, Soaring for Success Community Learning Center, $136,595; Rockford Public Schools #205, Rockford Rocks On Reading, $675,974; Madison Community School District #12, Madison Education in New Direction, $477,710; Murphysboro School District #186, Murphysboro 21st Century Community Learning Center, $369,492; Sesser-Valier Unit School District #196, 21st Century Community Learning Center, $154,406; Thornton High School District #205, T3 Success Centers, $391,203.

Indiana. Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corp., Evansville 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $625,257; Perry Central Community School Corp., Perry Central Life-Long Learning Center, $184,070; South Bend Community School Corp., Learn, Fun South Bend 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $850,333.

Iowa. Akron-Westfield Community School District, Learning Connections Service Center, $200,417; Columbus Community Schools, Before- and After-School Child Care, Tutoring, and Community Programming Summer School and Extended Year Programming, $255,289; Iowa City Community School District, Rural Student Support Program, $192,055; Maquoketa Community School District, The Community Connection, $353,000; Marshalltown Community School District, Caring Connection Project, $768,689; Perry Community School District, PACES (Perry's Academic Cultural Enrichment Services), $593,300; Storm Lake Community School District, Storm Lake Community Learning Center, $393,419.

Kansas. Auburn-Washburn Unified School District #437, LEADERS Project, $339,324; Burlington Unified School District #244, Burlington 21st Century Community Learning Center, $198,329; Chanute Public Schools, Chanute Community Learning Centers, $551,653; Chautauqua County Community School District #286, Sedan Community Learning Center, $157,001; Lawrence Unified School District, Communities That Teach—21st Century Community Learning Centers, $642,084; Unified School District #257, Iola 21st Century Community Learning Center: The Learning Center, $719,693; Unified School District #259, 21st Century Community Learning Centers: The Wichita Project, $1,170,185; Unified School District #393, Gorilla Country After School Program, $168,243; Unified School District #362, Sedan Community Learning Center, Vocational Technology Adult and After-School Program, $404,162; Unified School District #480, People Project, $781,232.

Kentucky. Elizabethtown Independent Schools, Valley View Community Learning Center, $518,442; Green River Educational Cooperative Inc., Safe Centers for Better Kentucky Communities, $912,000; Hickman County Board of Education, Great River After-School Program, $961,630; L.C. Curry Elementary, Dishman/Curry 21st Century Community Learning Center, $220,745; McCreary County School System HC, Lake Cumberland Consortium of 21st Century Community Learning Centers—Bridges to Tomorrow,$814,645; Metcalfe County School District, 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $596,353; Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $768,000; Rockcastle County School Distirct, Rockcastle County 21st Century Community Learing Center, $344,471; Russell County Board of Education, Russell County 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $400,358; Whitley County School District, Whitley County 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $499,411.

Louisiana. Assumption Parish School Board, I Can! Program, $539,300; East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Eden Park Elementary School, Education Station 21st Century Community Learning Center, $408,297.

Maine. Ellsworth School Department, Union River 21st Century Community Learning Center Consortium, $298,522.

Maryland. Montgomery County Public Schools, Community Learning Centers, $163,524; St. Mary's County Public Schools, The Dream Team Action Plus, 21st Century Community Learning Centers of St. Mary's County, $657,883.

Massachusetts. Malden Public Schools, 21st Century Community Learning Center Partnership for Community Schools in Malden, $650,000.

Michigan. Alpena Public Schools, Alpena Connecting Arts, Recreation, and Educational Services, $578,429; Bangor Public Schools, Bangor Learning Communities,$372,091; DeTour Area Schools, Kids Learning in Computer Klubhouses, $2,677,424; Fitzgerald Public Schools, Community Learning Centers, $516,707; International Academy of Flint, Community Learning Centers, $302,012; Lansing School District, Community Schools Project, $753,790; Muskegon Public Schools, Village Learning Centers Project, $910,710; New Beginnings Academy, Community Learning Centers, $90,447; Ovid-Elsie Area Schools, STAR Community Learning Centers, $721,703; School District of the City of Pontiac, Project SynergyWorks, $806,948; Ross/Hill Academy, Metroconnect Network, $1,995,775; West Village Academy, Dearborn Community Learning Centers, $388,360; Flint Community Schools, $973,383.

Federated States of Micronesia. Kosrae Department of Education, After-School Program, $349,530.

Minnesota. Aberdeen School District, Expanding Horizons, $263,350; Independent School District #4, "Beyond the Classroom" 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $124,600; Nisswa Elementary School, Building Bridges for Our Future 21st Century Community Learning Center, $98,722; St. Paul Public Schools #625, Pathways to Progress, $1,252,986; Warroad Public Schools, Project Ageless Warroad Activities and Knowledge Events, $439,547.

Mississippi. Claiborne County School District, PGJC Project, $392,844; Copiah County School District, Copiah ACCESS (Academic-Centered Community Education School Services), $297,459; Madison County School District, Beyond the Basics: Extended Day/Year Program, $327,916; South Tippah School District, Project PRIDE, $248,752; Water Valley School District, Prime Time, $415,433; West Tallahatchie School District, Project Delta, $575,456.

Missouri. Central R-III Schools, The (A) Arcadia Valley (B) Bismarck (C) Central 21st Century Community Learning Center, $624,510; Camdenton R-III School District, PASS (Partners Assisting Student Success), $495,860; Ferguson Florissant School District, Ferguson Florissant Learning Center Project, $557,672; Rockwood School District, Rockwood 21st Century Community Connection Program, $555,959; St. Louis Public Schools, Connections for Youth 2000: A 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $1,986,436.

Montana. Lame Deer School District #6, Lame Deer Schools 21st Century Project,$397,390; Pryor Public School, Community Learning Centers, $173,578; School District #12, Community Learning Centers, $329,178.

Nebraska. Omaha Nation Public School, Omaha Nation Public School and Walthill Public School Project, $388,074; Omaha Public Schools, Science, Math, Art, Resources, and Technology, Community Learning Centers, $198,172.

Nevada. Clark County School District Compensatory Education Division, Community Learning Centers, $640,404.

New Hampshire. Nashua School District, Nashua Neighborhood Learning Centers, $760,102.

New Jersey. New Brunswick Public Schools, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $571,288; Princeton Regional School, Individualized Development Education and Support (IDEAS) Centers, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $243,040.

New Mexico. Dulce Independent School, 21st Century Community Learning Centers,$297,145; Rio Rancho Public Schools, CHILES, $502,846; Santa Fe Public Schools, Estudiantes, Amigos, y Familias: Community Learning Centers, $509,529; West Las Vegas Schools, West Las Vegas Schools 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $426,784.

New York. Berkshire Union Free School District, Columbia County SOS, $424,726; Bradford Central School District, Schuyler County Community Learning Centers Program, $344,500; Buffalo City School District, Community School Programming, $1,415,599; City School District of Albany, Albany Community Afterschool Network, $737,084; Community School District 6, New York City, City Youth ACCESS 21st Century Learning Center, $345,593; Community School District 8, New York City, Collaborative 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project, $1,980,799; Community School District 9, New York City, Project SCOPE, $1,135,491; Community School District 12, New York City, 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project, $1,832,500; Community School District 15, New York City, 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project, $865,015; Community School District 28, New York City, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $668,370; Community School District 17, New York City, 21st Century Community Learners Centers, $658,718; Chancellor's District #85, New York City, Renaissance After-School, $2,663,220; Erasmus Hall Campus: High School for Humanities and the Performing Arts, LEAP Community Learning Center, $204,760; Gowanda Central School District, Gowanda Community Learning Centers, $395,039; Greece Central School District, Greece 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project, $427,052; New York City Board of Education District 75, Project Live and Learn, $420,413; New York City Board of Education Office of Alternative, Adult, and Continuing Education, Freedom Academy 21st Century Community Learning Center, $175,000; New York City Board of Education Manhattan High Schools Superintendency, Manhattan Community Learning Centers, $1,019,074; Otsego Northern Catskills BOCES, Creating Rural Opportunity Partnership, $638,081; William Floyd Union Free School District, William Floyd 21st Century Learning Center Project, $407,840; Wyandanch Union Free School District, Wyandanch Union Free School District, Wyandanch Universal Learning Centers, $430,369; Yonkers Public Schools, Yonkers 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $598,106.

North Carolina. Alamance-Burlington School System, Project WHEEL (Working Hub for Education Enrichment and Life Long Learning), $401,908; Thomasville City Schools, Thomasville 21st Century Community Learning Center, $437,599; Rutherford County Schools, At Promise: Rutherford County Community Learning Centers, $551,025; Wake County Public Schools, Project SOAR (Super Opportunities with After-School Resources), $1,058,296.

North Dakota. Fort Totten School District, Accelerate, Motivate, and Excite Learners at Spirit Lake Nation, $420,000; Griggs County Central Schools, Griggs/Steele Educational Consortium 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project, $797,952; Richland County Consortium, Richland County 21st Century Learning Centers, $592,273.

Ohio. Canton City Schools, Halls of Fame 21st Century Community Learning Centers Project, $599,897; Cleveland Municipal School District, After-School Center: A Pilot Project in a Multicultural Cleveland Neighborhood, $1,144,068; Columbus Public Schools, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $593,670; Firelands Local School District, Firelands 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $415,334; Maysville Local School District, Maysville Local School District Community Investment Center, $330,000; Plymouth-Shiloh Local School District, Plymouth-Shiloh Community Lighthouse Program, $535,217; Norwood City Schools, Project CARE 21st Century Community Learning Center, $649,721; Portsmouth City Schools, Portsmouth City Community Learning Centers, $998,257; Princeton City School District, Choosing Success, $352,531; Scioto County Joint Vocational School District, Ohio South Consortium Community Learning Centers, $5,199,167; Vinton County Local School District, Community Learning Centers, $1,117,669.

Oklahoma. Anadarko Public Schools, Anadarko Public School District 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $487,693; Arkoma Public Schools, Community Learning Center, $262,641; Eufaula Public School, Eufaula 21st Century Community Learning Center, $508,802; Fort Cobb-Broxton School District, Project Rural, $405,069; Panola Public Schools, Village in Progress, $199,746; Guymon Public Schools, Partners for Progress, $272,304; Hobart Public Schools I-001, Hobart Extended Learning Program Project, $419,814; Miami Public Schools, Miami 21st Century Community Learning Center, $280,996; Latta Public School, Emahaka 21st Century Community Learning Center Project, $671,438; Poteau Public Schools District I-29, Poteau's FACES of the 21st Century—Families and Community Educating Students, $163,223; Oklahoma City Public Schools, North East Community Learning Centers Consortium, $716,110; Quapaw Public Schools, Quapaw 21st Century Community Learning Center, $190,996; Wagoner Public Schools I-19, Successful Academics, Fitness, and Technology Enrichment, $438,140; Whitefield Public School, Whitefield 21st Century Community Learning Center, $169,817; White Oak Public School, White Oak Community Learning Center, $193,865; Vian Independent School District, Vian 21st Century Learning Center, $234,021.

Oregon. Eugene School District #4J, Bethel, Eugene, Springfield Together, $1,761,759; Gervais School District #1, Gervais Community Learning Centers, $376,119; Sweet Home School District #55, Sweet Home Community Centers, $559,731; Region 9 Education Service District, Schools, Parents, Educators, and Community Teaching Rural Unity Models, $300,936.

Pennsylvania. Bethlehem Area School District, After-School Program for Instruction, Recreation, and Enrichment, $604,474; Farrell Area School District, Children's Opportunities for Outside Learning, $163,223; Keystone Central School District, Keystone Community Learning Centers, $351,346; Preparatory Charter School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology, South Philadelphia Teaming to Assist Youth, $788,987;.

Rhode Island. Central Falls School District, Schools and Community Organizing to Promote Excellence, $396,395.

South Carolina. Colleton County School District, Colleton County School District Community Learning Centers Program, $760,520; Darlington County School District, SOAR (Student Opportunities in Academics and Recreation), $384,053; Latta School District #3, Future Visions, $915,513; Florence One School District, Extended Day/Summer Program for Middle School, $508,471.

South Dakota. Lake Central School District #39-2, Academic Recovery and Enrichment, $382,764; Little Wound School, Community Learning Centers, $509,210; Mid-Central Educational Cooperative, Academic Recovery and Enrichment, $1,578,527; Smee School District #15-3, Community Learning Centers, $258,071; Watertown School District #14-4, Watertown Community Learning Center and Club MED After-School Programs, $148,099.

Tennessee. Blount County Schools, TARGET Community Learning Centers, $389,098; Claiborne County School System, Springdale Elementary 21st Century Community Learning Center, $119,140; Cleveland City Schools, The CLUB (Children Learning and Understanding Balance), $564,129; Dyer County School System, Dyer County 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, $357,618; Hamilton County Board of Education, $614,859; Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Music City Miracle, $1,235,590; Sumner County Board of Education, Unity.Com Learning Center, $390,012.

Texas. Blanco Independent School District, 21st Century Blanco Community Learning Center, $405,953; Brownsville Independent School District, Brownsville Community Learning Center, $1,353,140; Corpus Christi Independent School District, E=MC2 Project: Excellence=Meeting Children's Challenges, $1,107,137; H-E-B Independent School District, Oakwood's Community of Learners Academy, $249,373; Irving Independent School District, Crockett Community Learning Center, $139,615; Irving Independent School District, Paul Keyes Elementary 21st Century Learning Center, $145,878; Irving Independent School District, Project Impact, $283,331; Lockhart Independent School District, Caldwell County 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $912,462; Mission Consolidated Independent School District, Project Lifelines for Success, $2,653,249; Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District, RISE (Raising Individual Student Expectations), $225,859; Progresso Independent School District, Progresso Alliance 21st Century Community Learning Center, $423,643; San Antonio Independent School District, XTEND, $622,252; Waco Independent School District, Lighted Schools Community Learning Centers, $676,726.

Utah. North Sanpete School District, Sanpete Community Learning Centers, $481,713; Provo City School District, Provo ACT (Agencies, Communities Together), $711,100; Uintah School District, Connections, $880,576.

Vermont. Burlington School District, Burlington Community Schools Project, $344,811; Rutland City Public Schools, Tapestry Program, $376,081; Twinfield Union School, Twinfield Learning Center, $201,249; Washington West Supervisory Union, Country Paths, $400,000.

Virginia. Grayson County School Division, Grayson's Advantage Program, $379,744; Hopewell Public Schools, Project 2000—Parents and Children Empowered for the New Millennium, $62,121; Roanoke City Public Schools, Fleming-Ruffner Community Learning Center, $198,290.

Washington. Bethel School District, Spanaway Learning Center, $486,110; Educational Service District, Western Washington Community Learning Center Consortium, $2,094,522; Federal Way School District #210, Successful Kids Community Learning Centers, $426,894; Mabton School District, Community Learning Centers, $271,982; Mead School District, Mead School District Community Centers, $864,103; North Beach School District #64, North Beach Community Learning Center, $142,795; North Thurston School District, The Bridge Project: Community ClubHouses for Children, Youth, and Families, $278,705; Omak School District #19, Omak Community Learning Center, $547,033; Seattle Public Schools, Seattle's Community Learning Centers Program, $856,128; Puget Sound Educational Service District, AFTER OURS (Achievement, Friends, Tutoring, Enrichment, and Recreation with Opportunities for User-Friendly Resources and Services) in Community Learning Centers, $929,174.

West Virginia. Kanawha County Schools, Kanawha County Schools Community Learning Centers Program, $543,876; Marshall County Schools, Heart Ed- Ventures!, $480,000; Nicholas County Board of Education, Nicholas County Schools SCORE Program, $613,426.

Wisconsin. Berlin Area School District, Berlin Commuinity Learning Center Project, $368,186; Madison Metropolitan School District, Madison Community Learning Centers Expansion, $602,110; Kenosha Unified School District #1, Kenosha 21st Century Community Learning Center Consortium, $1,147,605; Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee Community Learning Centers: A Comprehensive Approach, $2,175,320; Racine Unified School District, Community Learning Centers, $1,598,305; School District of Beloit, EXCCEL Beloit—Centers for Extended Learning, $491,340; School District of Hurley, Iron County 21st Century Community Learning Centers, $425,550.

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