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School Age

Schoole-Aged Education

image-hover-schoolage.png Our partners and programs advocating for education for school-aged children are:

  • Alabama Cooperative Extension System - Enables children in rural Madison County to improve their quality of life and well-being through research based educational programs, including 4-H.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Alabama's "School-Based Mentoring/Reading/Literacy" - Matches a caring volunteer mentor (Big) with a protege (Little) through an extensive preparation and thorough training process; services are delivered during school time with an at-risk child or youth.
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of North Alabama's "Academic Success" - Engages children and youth with tools to grow academilcally and personally, through a nationally-proven model during "out of school"/"after school" time (plus exploration of careers and youth development).
  • The Care Center's "Fuel Their Hunger to Learn" - Matches student needs to selected services such as individualized tutoring, supplemental weekend food support, pro-graduation focus, and increased experiences with technology for children 5 to 18 in southern Madison County communities.
  • Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama's "Girl Scouting in the School Day" - A staff-led, in-school program engaging low-income girls grades K-5 in a model program, focused on leadership, financial literacy, STEAM, and healthy living competencies.
  • Girls, Inc.'s "Comprehensive Program" - A year-round program equipping girls to grow into healthy, independent, and educated woomen through a quality national model with a local focus. Village of Promises's "Children's Defense Fund Freedom School" - Addresses the needs of children in high-poverty neighborhoods, specifically summer learning loss and literacy as part of their pipeline of support from birth through college.
Please contact the system administrator with any questions regarding this website. Call (256) 536-0745 or click here to send an e-mail.