Before and After School Options

C.L.C.

CLC Frequently asked question:
  1. What is CLC?  CLC is the 21st Century Community Learning Center.  It is a grant funded program.  Longfellow's CLC is in it's eighth year of operation
  2. What do students do at CLC?  CLC time is broken down into approximately an hour of academic time and an hour of enrichment time.  Academic time consists of learning activities, tutoring, homework assistance, reading partners, mentoring and library time to help students improve their classroom achievement.  Enrichment time offers programs that enhance and extend student's classroom learning.  Programs such as art, drama, lacrosse, music, cooking, recreation and wellness are offered.  Visits from community businesses and individuals help to extending student learning beyond school walls. 
  3. What are the day and hours that CLC operates?  Monday- Thursday:  3:40 - 5:45  
  4. How do I become a CLC student?  Students are referred by their teacher.  Other openings are offered as a lottery.
  5. What does it cost?  CLC is free to Longfellow students! 
  6. When is CLC offered?  Throughout the school year.
  7. Is CLC offered when school is not in session?   No, if Longfellow is closed, CLC is closed as well.  CLC is, at times, closed on other days.  Notes are sent home in advance letting families know when CLC will be closed. 
  8. My child is a bus student, does CLC provide busing?  Yes, CLC provides busing to those students who currently are bused to and from school.  (Example:  If Sue rides the bus to school in the morning, CLC will bus Sue home at the end of CLC.  If Sue does not live within the busing boundaries, she would then not get busing and would either have to walk home or have a parent pick her up. 
Any other questions?  Contact, Holly Larson, Beth Hart or Jen Wiltgen at 852-3800.

CLC Contact Information
CLC Site Leader: Jen Wiltgen
715-852-3807
jwiltgen1@ecasd.us