ECHOES 21st CCLC Planning Summer Programs

| May 24, 2016



QUITMAN–  The Brooks County Schools ECHOES Program is planning 4-week Summer Programs at each of the schools. ECHOES is a federal grant initiative, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, which provides out-of-school hours programming for grades PK-12. The ECHOES Summer Programs will begin Monday, June 6 and conclude Thursday, June 30. Students will attend Monday through Thursday of each week, 8 a.m.—5 p.m. Locations will be at the schools—Quitman Elementary, North Brooks Elementary, Brooks County Middle School, and Brooks County High School. Students will receive academic reinforcement, as well as enrichment activities and field trips. At Brooks County Middle School, Credit Repair will be offered, and at Brooks County High School, students may take Credit Recovery classes to make up credits.

Bus transportation will be provided to pick-up and drop-off points throughout the county. Students will also be served breakfast, lunch, and a mid-afternoon snack. There is no cost for students who attend the ECHOES Summer Program. There are still slots available, although they are filling up quickly. For more information, you may call Janie Jones, Program Director, at 263-7531.

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