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Title IV Part B: 21st Century Community
Learning Centers

Laurie Matzke
Director
lmatzke@nd.gov
(701) 328-2284

Josh Sharp
Program Administrator
jesharp@nd.gov
(701) 328-2285

Patty Carmichael
Administrative Staff Officer
pcarmichael@nd.gov
(701) 328-3264

Jill Frohlich
Administrative Assistant
jmfrohlich@nd.gov
(701) 328-2254

Eligibility

The term `eligible entity' means a local educational agency, community-based organization, another public or private entity, or a consortium of two or more of such agencies, organizations, or entities. The “eligible entity” will provide assurance that the proposed program was developed, and will be carried out, in active collaboration with the schools the students attend;

Eligible applicants are those who primarily serve students and the families of the students of high poverty schools or schools that are eligible for schoolwide Title I programs. 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program must be located in public school facilities or in facilities that are at least as available and accessible to the students to be served as if the program were located in a public elementary, middle, or secondary school. Applicants must demonstrate that they meet the statutory program requirements of serving students from schools eligible for schoolwide Title I programs or schools with 40% or greater poverty based upon free and reduced lunch as determined using verified information.

 
 
 
 
 

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Kirsten Baesler, State Superintendent
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