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Liberty's 21st Century Community Learning Centers
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21st Century Community Learning Centers:  Hosford Site, 16864 NE SR 65, Hosford from 3:10-5:40 P.M.  Tolar site, 14745 NW CR 12, Bristol, from 2:50-5:20P.M.    The Liberty County 21st CCLC program will be federally grant funded for a five year period. The 21st CCLC program offers students a variety of activities including physical education, technology, character development, art/music, and 4-H. These personal enrichment activities build confidence and self-esteem. During the program students are provided Academic Enrichment, as well. Students work on Project Based Learning plans (PBLs) for 4-9 weeks periods. While working on PBLs, students create a product to showcase their learning. Recently, Liberty County's 21st CCLC students made functional items made from at least 50% recycled material, learned how to code using Code.org, designed aprons in sewing, worked with electricity in the Robotics 4-H club, demonstrated tempo with boom whackers in music, researched engineering in career development/dropout prevention class where they constructed structures that could withstand certain elements and conducted experiments with germs. The program opens when school is released


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