21st Century After School Program

2021-2022

Enrollment for the 21st Century After School Program is now open for students entering grades 6-8 at Troy Middle School. Please complete the form to enroll your child.

A healthy snack and transportation will be provided to all students.

4th and 5th Grade Program registration will be through the elementary after-school program.

2021-2022 Program Registration

 

 

21st Century Program in action
21st Century Program in action
21st Century
21st Century

 

What is the 21st Century Program?

The 21st Century Programs at Troy City School District are a part of the New York State Education Department and the United States Department of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21CCLC) grant.  21CCLCs help students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.

What programs does Troy City School District offer?

Troy Middle School 6th Grade Enrichment Program:
  • The 21st Century Programs at Troy City School District are a part of the New York State Education Department and the United States Department of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21CCLC) grant.  21CCLCs help student meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers a broad array of enrichment activities that can compliment their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.

Troy Middle School’s After School Program

  • Our program offers programming for students Grade 6-8 Monday-Thursday from school dismissal (3:14 pm) until 5:15 pm.
    *No Program on Early Dismissal Days or Faculty Meetings- see calendar for those dates.
    The goal is to provide academic enrichment through learning disguised in our number of “clubs” offered to the students. Clubs change several times throughout the year, but they focus on arts and crafts, culinary arts, music, recreation, science, technology, engineering, project-based learning, and youth development opportunities.

Parent and Student Handbook

Please see the 21st Century After School Program Parent and Student Handbook for information about the program, our mission, calendar, goals, code of conduct, parent expectations and more.

Contact Information

  • Amanda Landy, Program Director- 518-328-5382, landya@troycsd.org
  • Elizabeth Renfrew, Co-Director, 518-328-5348, renfrewel@troycsd.org
  • Melvin Rivers, Assistant Director – 518-328-5383, Riversm@troycsd.org
  • Troy Middle School Main Office- 518-328-5304
  • TMS Front Desk, for calls during program hours 3:30-5:30, 328-5239
  • TMS Health Office- 518-328-5320
  • TCSD Transportation Department – 518-328-5439

Community Partners

 

Annual Evaluation Report

Annual Evaluation Report (AER) – Year 3 Final