DREAM and CAPPS in full swing

From press reports

 

The Dillard’s Reading, Enrichment, Art, Mathematics, and Science (DREAMS) Program is in full swing in the Louisville Municipal School District.

Kindergarten through Fourth Grade students enrolled in DREAMS receive 30 minutes of reading tutoring during the day. During the after-school program, they have the opportunity to participate in various learning activities including reading games and activities, mathematic tutoring, homework assistance, physical education, character education, and art.

The DREAMS after-school program runs Monday through Friday and serves students at Fair and Louisville Elementary Schools and Nanih Waiya and Noxapater Attendance Centers. DREAMS will not meet during the Christmas break, but will resume on Monday, January 6, 2014.

The DREAMS staff would like to wish each of our students and their families a Happy Holiday Season.

For more information about the DREAMS After-school Program, contact our office at 662-773-2015.

CAPPS program

The CAPPS after-school program is currently in its fifth year of service to the students in the Louisville Municipal School District.

Students in grades five through 12 continue to receive tutorial services for mathematics and reading.

Students attending the CAPPS program also have the opportunity to complete art projects, participate in various learning games, develop good character through character education, and participate in PE activities.

CAPPS meets Monday-Thursday from 2:45-3:00 and is open to all students in grades five through 12 in the Louisville Municipal School District.

Students attending Grace Christian School and Winston Academy are also eligible to attend the CAPPS program.

CAPPS will not meet during the Christmas break, but will resume on Wednesday, January 8, 2014.

The CAPPS staff would like thank the parents of our students for their continued support, and we want to wish each of our students and their families a Happy Holiday Season.

For more information about the CAPPS After-school Program, contact our office at 662-773-2035.