Head Start At Canaseraga!
The 21st Century program provides:
Daily Afterschool programing
Field trips to local colleges
We also host the following events:
The Youth Summit (to be held March 9, 2017 at Alfred University)
The Lock In (to be held January 15, 2017 at Cuba Rushford Central School)
Flag Football (weather permitting practices start in May)
Strum ACCORD/Flag Super Bowl (to be held June 10, 2017)
To participate you must have a completed 2016-2017 application on file. Applications must be completed with an ACCORD staff. To schedule an appointment to complete an application in person or over the phone please contact:
(607) 545-6421 ext 323 firstname.lastname@example.org
(607) 545-6421 ext 323
We look forward to working with you and your
Starting September 2016 any student who wishes to participate in the afterschool program/ASAP must first have a parent or legal gardian complete a enrollment intake packet. Paperwork given to ACCORD in previous years will not be accepted, brand new intakes will still have to be competed before a child starts either program. Intakes can be done in our room or over the phone, but in person signatures are required before starting. Home visits may be discussed, if no transportation is available.
Although this is a added hassle to an already stressfull time of year, it is the only way we can assure we have correct and up to date information for the safty of all our children.
Please contact myself or Bonnie to schedule a time to compete an intake.
-Classroom Number (607) 545 - 6421 ext 323
- Cell Phone (585) 628 - 9669
AFTERSCHOOL TRANSPORTATION SCHEDULE 2016-2017
Our afterschool transportation for the 2016-2017 School Year will be starting Monday, September 12th. Monday-Friday @ 4:45pm, 21st CCLC Program and Canaseraga Central School will be providing a bus to transport children home. If they participate in ASAP or ACCORD Afterschool Clubs, your child will now be able to get a free ride home. You can breathe easy knowing that they will have safe reliable transportation home. Conditions that apply to this are:
You must participate in ASAP or the AFTERSCHOOL program on that given day to be able to ride the late bus. The late bus is not to be used for other students (i.e. Rides home from practice, dance, play, ect.). There will be a list given to the bus garage daily of the students who attended ASAP or the AFTERSCHOOL program to prevent other students from taking advantage of the bus.
Only students enrolled in the 21st CCLC Program will be able to take advantage of this so please contact Samantha Stenzel or Bonnie Leigh to set up an enrollment appointment or with questions!
Students who live in town will be ineligible to receive afterschool bussing unless discussed and approved with the district/transportation department due to extenuating circumstances (i.e. weather, disabilities, etc.)
COMMUNITY SHOUT OUTS:
Canaseraga Central School Transportation Department - Mr. Bob Ellerstein, Mrs. Vanessa Scott and their wonderful drivers make our trips and excusions here at afterschool possible. We have been able to go to some amazing places and it is all because of the partnership between the CCS district, ACCORD and you so THANK YOU!
Jill Egmond - The afterschool program would like to thank you for all your extra work in helping us get our ASAP program running smoothly.
ACCORD kids take part in Cavity Free Kids daily at program. Students will brush their teeth, learning all about the importance of healthy teeth and gums.
21st Century Community Learning Center at Canaseraga Central School
The 21st CCLC Program @ CCS offers students in Grades K-8 recreation, academic enrichment, youth development and core clubs that provide meaningful hands on activities that coordinate with school day learning and align with the Common Core standards. Examples of Core Club curriculum include Math and Music, Lego Robotics, Cartooning, World Sports and Cake Boss. The program also offers opportunity’s to participate in:
District teachers provide students with homework help.
ACCORD provides a music instructor, Mr. Adam Stack, who travels to all program sites to teach music and instrumentation to students in all grades K-12 once a week. His work with students culminates with an annual multi-district Battle of the Bands event.
Legacy of Leaders program:
A Mentoring program with activities that highlight teamwork, sportsmanship, academic achievement and positive goal setting.
Teen Advisory Board:
Students in grades 9-12 have the opportunity to be nominated into the Allegany County Teen Advisory Board (TAB). Members of TAB have the opportunity to evaluate and design future youth programing in Allegany county, serve as members on local coalitions and publically speak regarding issues impacting teens in their communities.
Check out their Facebook page to see what they are up to: https://www.facebook.com/TAB.ACCORD
Offered to Juniors and Seniors, during the 2014-2015 program year 21st CCLC will be visiting the University of Buffalo, SUNY Fredonia, and SUNY Binghamton.
CYLI at Alfred University:
This program offers students the opportunity to explore STEM and learn about potential careers by bringing students, their teachers and AU faculty members and undergraduate program assistants together for four experiential learning activities on campus.
21st CCLC programing runs according to the school calendar and during the month of July to support school district summer school programs.
For more information contact:
To complete an application for enrollment contact:
(607)545-6421 ext 323
ACCORD Corporations Vision Statement:
Educate, Encourage, Empower
ACCORD Corporations Mission Statement:
As a Community Action Agency we believe in the strength, dignity, and potential of all people. We offer access to opportunities, resources, and services to strengthen individuals, families and communities. We are committed to improving the community's response to rural poverty and giving a voice to the unheard.
ACCORD Corporations Values:
Compassion, Dignity and Diversity, Advocacy and Empowerment, Commitment to Excellence, Professional Development, Partners and Collaborations and, Accountability and Responsibility
Youth Services Mission Statement:
To ensure students of Allegany County are provided safe, high quality enrichment, education, recreation and development activities that enhance the collective missions of area schools alleviating the rural barriers of poverty and isolation by providing opportunities for students to achieve their greatest potential