This page provides current information on grant opportunities, awards and resources in Oregon Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Program.
21st CCLC Grant Awards for 2018-2023
The Oregon Department of Education is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant competition. Students from one hundred sixteen (116) Oregon schools will benefit from the latest round of 21st CCLC grants. Ninety-five (95) centers will be established in twenty six (26) districts across Oregon over the coming five years to offer new academic and enrichment opportunities during non-school hours or when school is not in session (e.g; before school, after school, summer recess).
The current awardees will receive funding from 2018 through 2023. Award amounts range from $178,800 to $480,000 per year. Schools receive 100% of this award amount for the first three years of the grant. Years 4 and 5 of the grant are funded at 75%.
Below is a table of Oregon school districts and community partners receiving 2018-2023 21st CCLC grants and the amount at which they will be funded this year:
|Baker School District||$178,800|
|Beaverton School District||$479,939|
|Central School District||$473,362|
|Centennial School District||$480,000|
|Columbia Gorge ESD (North Wasco SD and Dufur SD)||$451,372|
|Corvallis School District||$433,725|
|Curry Public Library (Central Curry School District)||$257,248|
|David Douglas School District||$480,000|
|East Linn County (Sweet Home and Lebanon SD )||$470,611|
|Eugene School District||$479,997|
|Forest Grove School District||$479,419|
|Gresham-Barlow School District||$479,850|
|Hood River County School District||$479,987|
|Jefferson County School District||$480,000|
|Klamath Falls City School District||$480,000|
|Lincoln County School District||$480,000|
|McMinnville School District||$479,396|
|Metropolitan Family Services (Reynolds SD)||$479,663|
|Nestucca Valley School District||$339,423|
|North Clackamas School District||$480,000|
|Oregon City School District||$407,482|
|Salem-Keizer Education Foundation (Salem-Keizer SD)||$471,533|
|Umatilla School District||$467,573|
|Woodburn School District||$480,000|
Announcement of Competitive Grant: 21st CCLC Request For Application (RFA)
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) 2018 21st CCLC Request for Applications is now CLOSED. The application package contains the guidelines to follow when applying for a grant under this program.
May 4, 2018 by 5:00 PM.
The 21st CCLC program is authorized under Title IV, Part B of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Grants are awarded through a competitive process to Local Education Agencies (LEAs), Community-Based Organizations (CBOs), Faith-Based Organizations, and other private or public entities, or a consortium of these entities to provide comprehensive community learning center services.
Purpose of Funding
The 21st CCLC grants support the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.
For any additional questions, please contact: Education Specialist
Raquel Gwynn at 503-947-5785.
21st CCLC Cohort #3 Grantees - Year #5 Awards 2017-18
The Oregon Department of Education has announced the awarding of Year #5 funds for all 22 current Title IV-B grantees for the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) program.
Contact Info Cohort #3, Year #5, 2017-18 Grantees & School sites
ODE 2013 Grant Application Template
This document is the 2013 Request for Proposal (RFP) used in competition for Oregon’s 2013 - 2018 grant awards, based on the 2001 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislative renewal of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Oregon’s next competitive application opportunity, scheduled for early 2018, will be based on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the ESEA re-authorization signed by the President in December, 2015.
This document compares the statutes of the 2001 NCLB 21st CCLC federal legislation with the 2015 ESSA 21st CCLC federal legislation. Language removed from NCLB is shaded (in blue) and language added in ESSA is shaded (in yellow). This document supplies interested community learning center providers, partners and stakeholders with a comparison to help statewide and local communication, planning and preparation efforts for transition to ESSA implementation. The document is intended to serve as a working document that has been reviewed yet may not be fully error or omission-free.
This federal resource document is designed to help State educational agencies (SEAs) and eligible public and private schools and organizations throughout the country understand how they can successfully participate in this important initiative.
Title IV-B of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) includes the requirement that State Education Agencies receiving funds shall conduct periodic evaluation of programs and activities carried out under this part and will make public dissemination of the results.
The American Institutes of Research (AIR) completed the statewide evaluation of Oregon 21st CCLC programs in October 2012. Below are found their principal reports from this work:
For more information on this topic, email
Raquel Gwynn or call (503) 947-5785.