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21st Century Community Learning Centers
(21st CCLC)
Title IV-B

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) are funded by federal dollars under Title IV-B. The 21st CCLC programs are intended to create community learning centers that provide academic and enrichment opportunities for children outside of the regular school day. In order to qualify for 21st CCLC funds, grantees must meet the following absolute priority: The grant will primarily serve students who attend schools eligible for Title I Schoolwide programs. Title I Schoolwide designation typically means that at least 40% of the students qualify to receive free or reduced-cost meals.

NEW 2016 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Competition

Request for NEW Application (RFA) (Word)
    FAQ for New Application (PDF)

A NEW Application should be completed if:

  • The applicant is applying for a SITE that has never received 21st CCLC funds;
  • or
  • The applicant is applying for a SITE that has not received 21st CCLC funds within the past five years.

Request for RE-Application (RFA)< (Word)
    FAQ for Re-Application (PDF)

A RE-Application should be completed if:

  • The applicant is in the fifth and final year of the current 21st CCLC grant cycle;
  • or
  • The applicant has received 21st CCLC funds within the past five years.

21st CCLC State Coordinator
Christine Macy
785-296-3287
cmacy@ksde.org

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