Loudon County Schools is applying for the current Lottery for Education Afterschool Programs (LEAPS) grant to continue and expand our LAUNCH Extended Learning programs to all eligible schools.
The deadline for submission of this application is June 19, 2020.
If anyone would like to have input into this application please do so before June 11, 2020 by contacting Kathy Proaps at email@example.com.
All grant applications and related materials will be available for review in the CSH/LAUNCH office at the Loudon County Technology Center.
LAUNCH Extended Learning is a free program that provides a healthy snack and offers exciting opportunities before/after school at Eaton Elementary, Highland Park Elementary, Steekee Elementary, Loudon Elementary, Fort Loudoun Middle School, Philadelphia Elementary, and Greenback School. Primary funding is from the Tennessee Department of Education Office of Extended Learning via the Tennessee Lottery for Education: Afterschool Programs [LEAPs] grant and the 21st Century Community Learning Center [CCLC] grant.
LAUNCH focuses on STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics] activities, physical activity, tutoring, enrichment activities, and the arts. We help our student reach their academic potential in a fun and safe environment.
LAUNCH Before/After School begins Monday, August 26th at Eaton Elementary, Fort Loudoun Middle, Greenback, Highland Park Elementary, Loudon Elementary, Philadelphia Elementary, and Steekee Elementary. Check with your school's principal for additional informaiton. You may also contact the LAUNCH site coordinator for information:
Eaton - Megan Gonzalez
Fort Loudoun - Heather Watson
Greenback - Karen Liles
Highland Park - Kelcie Vanosdale
Loudon Elementary - Kristal Berry
Philadelphia - Angela Bright-White
Steekee - Laura Browning
All grant applications and related materials are available for review in the CSH/LAUNCH office at the Loudon County Technology Center.
So proud of our Fort Loudoun Middle School Launch staff for a fantastic presentation at the CCLC Multi-State Conference in Louisville, KY in October. The audience of about 45 people listened and asked lots of question. Members of the audience were eager to learn what they could do for their students in after school in their own districts. Heather and Jennifer were enthusiastic and the audience left motivated with lots of ideas for their programs. Thank you so much Heather Watson and Jennifer Chastain.