Grant Program - South Carolina Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers 2020, South Carolina Department of Education, USA


Deadline:

April 20, 2020

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South Carolina Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers 

What You Need to Know

GRANT NAME

South Carolina Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers
 

DEADLINE

April 20, 2020
 

AVAILABLE AMOUNT

Minimum of $50,000 per year for a period of up to four years
 

NUMBER OF AWARDS

15-20
 
 

FUNDING USES

These South Carolina Department of Education grants provide a wide range of high-quality student and community enrichment opportunities that complement regular school-time learning when school is not in session. Usually referred to as "Afterschool Grants", the 21st CCLC supports an incredible variety of activities like creative arts programming, character building activities, tutoring, mentoring, field trips, physical education, and more.
 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Local education agencies, institutions of higher education, community and faith-based organizations, nonprofit and for profit organizations, and city or county government agencies, or a consortium.
 

FUNDER MATCH REQUIREMENT

10% decrease in funding for year three and 15% decrease in year four.
 

Eligible Applicants

 

As detailed in 4201(b)(1)(B)(3), eligible organizations include local educational agencies (LEAs) (i.e., school districts), community-based organizations, Indian tribe or tribal organization, and other public or private entities. All applicants must meet the criteria of a joint applicant to be considered for funding (see Appendix A. Definitions of Terms Used). A joint applicant is at least two organizations that together submit a single application proposing a project to serve a school in an eligible school attendance area in which not less than 40 percent of the children are from low-income families, or not less than 40 percent of the children enrolled in the school are from such families. At least one of the organizations must be a school or LEA, and the other organization must be an entity other than a school or LEA.

Applicants may propose to serve students that are attending schools eligible to receive Title I funding. However, applicants may not propose to implement programs at a school or a site that is currently receiving 21st CCLC funds nor propose to serve students who attend schools that are currently receiving 21st CCLC funds.

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March 07, 2020
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