INDIAN RIVER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 21ST CCLC PROGRAM PROJECT S.T.R.E.A.M.
The School District of Indian River County was awarded the 21st CCLC grant in December 2009 for two district schools; Pelican Island Elementary and Thompson Magnet. When Thompson Magnet was closed in 2010 the grant was transferred to Glendale Elementary with the majority of the Thompson Magnet students.
In 2015 the School District of Indian River County was awarded a 21st CCLC grant for Sebastian Elementary and Treasure Coast Elementary Schools. In 2016, Pelican Island Elementary was awarded a 21st CCLC grant. The 21st CCLC grant provides a FREE program for students enrolled at Pelican Island Elementary School (1355 Schumann Drive, Sebastian); Sebastian Elementary School (400 County Road #512, Sebastian); and Treasure Coast Elementary School (8955 85th Street, Sebastian). Transportation by district school buses is available at some sites for students living in the school’s transportation zone. Please check with your 21st CCLC School Coordinator to see if transportation is offered at your school.
Through a collaborative effort between the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC), the School District of Indian River County, and other community partners; Pelican Island Elementary, Sebastian Elementary, and Treasure Coast Elementary Schools will provide after-school academically focused classes.
Each site operates on the full-day student calendar schedule approved by the School District of Indian River County each school year. No programs are held on days of early release for students or holidays. A 21st CCLC staff member is available at each site during the evening conference times.
The hours for the program are 3:20 p.m. till 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Friday’s hours are 3:20 p.m. till 5:30 p.m. Every student is provided a FREE USDA snack by the Food Service Department of the Indian River County School District at the beginning of the program. Any food allergies your child may have should be communicated with the site coordinator and the school nurse.
Students in this program work on academic and enrichment activities, and use the technology lab to help improve their academic performance. Homework support is also available. The site coordinator collaborates with the student’s classroom teacher to support the student’s needs. Opportunities for physical/recreational activities, character education, and nutrition education are offered to help students to develop habits that lead to lifelong healthy lifestyles.