Grant Funded Programs
Little Scholars works with school systems and nonprofits to bring enrichment opportunities to underserved populations.
In 2020, Little Scholars served over 2,000 children through 21st Century Community Learning Centers.
Here is how we can help you:
- Customized programming to meet the specific needs of your schools
- In-person and/or virtual programming
- A-HA! Kits that provide an educational experience for the whole family
We were not able to provide in-person family engagement events with school closures. In order to fit the needs, we worked with Little Scholars in ordering “At-Home Adventure [A-HA!] Kits” with many activities for our families to do with their kids. All of the activities had really easy to follow directions and our families loved them! Once families send pictures of completed activities, I could consider that a family engagement event!-Shelby B., Chesterfield County Public Schools
Examples of Grants used for our programming:
- 21 Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC)
- Early Education Allotment
- PNW BOCES Arts in Education Program
- Other Federal and State Funded Grants
- Non-Profit Funded Grants
A- HA Kits Build the connection with your families and schools through A-HA Kits (At Home Adventure) Kits. The kits are filled with 8 unique Little Scholars’ activities including materials, games, and fun surprises for your families to do at home along with a short video clip on how to create your masterpiece.
Enrichment Classes (In Person and Virtual)
For more information on how Little Scholars can work with your Grant Funded Program, contact us.