Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School

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21st CCLC Overview:
     The Lac Courte Oreilles School’s 21st CCLC Program will provide the best possible inclusive
learning outside of school hours and during the summer, offering opportunities for our children
to improve their academic skills to their fullest potential.  This project will help to enhance their
cultural experiences and develop alternate skills to combat negative influences within our
Overview of the daily:
  • Our students are fed a hot meal by our partner, the Lac Courte Oreilles Boys & Girls
  • Students attend only one class per day, allowing students to also participate in
    enrichment activities
  • We will post a Monthly Schedule; this will summarize when events are offered.
  • Students take a late bus home at 5:00 PM or go to the Boys & Girls Club. Our support
    staff provides a daily list of the destination of all students.
  • When closures or changes to the daily schedule occur, parents are notified by the NASIS messenger.
Planned Activities:
  • Literacy and mathematics groups for students. Homework and tutoring classes scheduled
    daily to support the day classes. 
  • Cultural activities include traditional crafts & foods, community events, traditional
    seasonal gathering activities. 
  • Fine arts include choir, STEAM, photography, and art.  
  • Physical activities include fitness, dance, and hunter safety.
  • As a community outreach, our Literacy RV as well as a library book club/story hour and family/community nights,
    to be announced.
  • Drug prevention, through teachings, art therapy, and youth leadership activities with the
    Boys & Girls Club partnership. College and career events will be held quarterly.

The Program Goals for 2021-22


Goal 1—Provide services for Literacy growth for    students in need of additional support.

Goal 2— Provide services for English Language learners in need of additional support.

Goal 3— Provide services for students in need of support with learning basic Mathematics.

Goal 4— Provide tutoring and homework supports.

Goal 5– Provide Credit Recovery services for high school students.

Goal 6— STEAM, provide opportunities for  students to work in the areas of science , math and art enrichments.

Goal 7—  Provide  opportunities for students to learn about traditional music, crafts,  fine arts and music.

Goal 8— Provide opportunities for  fitness and healthy alternatives foods and for recreation.

Goal 9— With our Literacy RV and open house activities provide opportunities for family to engage in our schools recourses.