Community Based Learning Centers Brochure


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Community Based Learning Centers Brochure

  1. 1. Black Student Trained and Dedicated Staff Locations/Days/Times Achievement ProgramCenters are staffed with a Site Coordinator,Assistant Site Coordinator and September - June Community Baseddedicated parents and/or community Monday - Thursday Learning Centersvolunteers. Staff members attend quarterly 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. (times may vary)Professional Development meetings and (BSAP—CBLC)receive on-going site support as needed. CBLC at Forest Ridge Apartments For More Information 5862 Stevens Forest Road #A A Columbia, MD 21045Howard County Public School System Place10910 Route 108Ellicott City, MD 21042 CBLC at Monarch Mills 7333 Oakland Mills Road to Be Patrician Branner-Pierce, Specialist Columbia, MD 21046 Black Student Achievement Program E-mail: CBLC at Rideout Heath Telephone: 410-313-6771 5891 Harpers Farm Road Columbia, MD 21044Columbia Housing Corporation Successful9150 Rumsey Road, Suite A-1 CBLC at Roslyn RiseColumbia, MD 21045 10341 Twin Rivers Road And Proud Grace Morris, Executive Director Columbia, MD 21044 Telephone: 410-730-9554 CBLC at Swansfield Swansfield Elementary School Loretta Thompson, 5610 Cedar Lane Administrative Assistant Columbia, MD 21044 E-mail: Telephone: 443-730-9554 Tiber Hudson Homework Club 5675 Mt. Ida Drive Jean Lewis, Specialist Ellicott City, MD 21043 Coordinator of Family Engagement (in partnership with Howard County Recreation and Parks) E-mail: Telephone: 410-730-9554
  2. 2. BSAP-CBLC Programs Accelerating Academic Building Community Help Students Grow Achievement Involvement and PrideBlack Student Achievement Programs CBLC helps young people: The Six Ps of Excellence:Community Based Learning Programs  Build a strong commitment to learning Prompt(BSAP-CBLC) are after-school programs  Learn to use time constructively Productivebased on the belief that every child should Politehave the opportunity to:  Develop strong social skills Persistent Grow in a safe and nurturing  Have a positive impact on their Prepared environment community. Proud Learn the skills needed to interact with many types of people Program Activities A Special Role For Feel empowered to shape the world. Parents and Guardians  Individual assistance with homework  Tutoring in specific content areas Parents and Guardians support the pro- (reading, mathematics, writing) gram by:  making sure their  Assistance with book reports, science children attend the projects and long-term assignments program each day  Chess  reviewing the Six Ps  Field trips and other experiences on a regular basis Who Can Participate? throughout the school year  attending quarterlyThe CBLCs are open to all Howard County  Quarterly parent information meetings. Parent InformationPublic School System children and are Meetingslocated in the communities where students  donating snackslive. However, parents who live in a  volunteering todifferent community may inquire about chaperone fieldtripsavailable space for their child in any one of  checking homeworkthe CBLCs. Transportation is not provided.  talking to others about the program and  volunteering on site whenever possible. Connected to Howard County SchoolsThe CBLCs are the result of a collaborative Volunteers Benefit Our Studentseffort between the Department of Student, We encourage parents/guardians andFamily and Community Services of the interested community members to donateHoward County Public School System, the their time and services. To volunteer on aColumbia Housing Corporation, Howard regular basis fill out the BSAP VolunteerCounty Housing, Recreation and Parks anda host of other valuable partners. Application available at the CBLC.