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After-School Programs offered by the 21st Century Learning Centers

21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant

Offering engaging and enriching after-school programs for K-12th grade students along with other out-of-school time opportunities.

The Elementary After-School Program

Through a partnership with Uinta County School District #1 and Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1, The Elementary After-School Program is available at each of Evanston’s four elementary schools throughout the school year.  

Activities run from 3:40 – 5:10 p.m. with a nutritious snack and school bus transportation provided daily.

The program is free of charge.

Programming opportunities include topics such as

  • Readers Theater
  • Computers and Technology
  • Math Games
  • Science
  • Leadership Institute
  • Art 
  • Games and Recreation.

Classes are designed to complement the regular-school day through fun, hands-on activities and vary by school and session to continually enhance learning and development.

The Elementary After-School Program has experienced significant growth over the past three years and currently serves approximately 500 students on any given enrichment day.

Evanston Child Development Center (ECDC)

ECDC offers summer and after-school programs designed to enrich and remediate, as well as provide interactive and creative learning opportunities.  A kindergarten readiness summer program is also available to children preparing to enter school the subsequent fall.

For more information on the ECDC program, visit ECDC or call  307-444-7040v

Uinta County 4-H

Uinta County 4-H offers many diverse opportunities for students during the school year and throughout the summer.  As America’s largest out-of-school educational program for youth, 4-H instills qualities and characteristics that enable young people to become self-directing and productive members of society.

Life skills and character education are predominant themes and educational projects and activities in animal science, home economics, natural resources, handcrafts, math, science, and more are available.  

To find out more about becoming involved in 4-H, visit Uinta County 4-H or call 307-783-0570.

Youth Opportunities Unlimited! (YOU!)

Youth Opportunities Unlimited! is a youth center open daily to all middle and high school students. 

A great combination of work and play, YOU! offers academic assistance through tutoring and homework help.  It also boasts a fully-equipped computer lab, an in-house cafe, pool tables and gaming stations, as well as many places to hang out with friends in a safe, healthy, and positive environment.

Character education and leadership are emphasized through games and weekly activities and numerous special evens are planned throughout the school year and summer.

During The School Year:
Monday – Friday
3:00 – 6:00 p.m.

During the Summer:
Monday – Friday
Noon – 6:00 p.m.

For more information regarding YOU!, please call 307-783-6328.

For More Information Contact

Tamra Petersen
21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Coordinator

Email Tamra

Nationwide, after-school programs have proven to benefit students academically, behaviorally, and socially.  Based on results from the Wyoming Department of Education’s Annual Report (released November 2009), Uinta County students mirror these national statistics.

With respect to the UCSD #1 after-school programs, the findings indicate overall participant improvement and cite that students’ grades and proficiencies increased “substantially” in both mathematics and language arts.