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21st Century Community Learning Centers were created by Title IV, Part B, of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Public law 107-110.

The purpose of the ZCCLC is to provide opportunities for academic enrichment, including tutorial services to help students meet state academic achievements standards in core subjects such as reading and mathematics.

Another purpose of ZCCLC is to offer students a broad array of additional services, programs, and activities that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students.

Zion Chapel Community Learning Center (ZCCLC) has been in operation for 6 years. Currently we have 84 students enrolled and about 20 on the waiting list. We serve kindergarten through eighth grade. We employ trained teachers and aides to work with children in small groups and individually to strengthen their instructional capabilities.

 Our fees are:

1 child $60 per month

2 children $80 per month

3 children $100 per month

4 children $120 per month

Fees are due the first of each month.

We have several new enrichment classes this semester:

Photography grades 6-7-8

Cheernastics grades k-8 (open enrollment)

Red Cross CPR, First Aid and Child Supervision grades 6-7-8

Drama grades 3-8

Dance grades k-8 (open enrollment)

The Outdoor Classroom grades k-8

We need donations of gardening supplies, tools, fertilizer, bulbs or seeds, and advice for our Outdoor Classroom. Contact Mrs. Jane Coale, ZCCLC coordinator at 897-6275.