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Our Mission:

To offer expanded learning opportunities that facilitate academic excellence and positive youth development in a safe and structured environment for all students and their families.
 
Lights On in Lander afterschool program is a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant funded through the US Department of Education and the State of Wyoming.  Lights On is Lander is a Fremont County School District #1 school-based program and serves as an expanded services program designed to provide quality extended day programming to students in grades K-8.  Since 2001, Lights On in Lander has been a strong support service for academic and youth development.  Lights On in Lander offers both academic tutoring and enrichment activities.
 
 
Goals:
  • To expand and extend school-based learning opportunities which will increase the rate of success for students in FCSD #1 in meeting state and district standards in core academic subjects particularly in language arts and math
  • To increase collaboration among schools and community-based organizations to enhance academic success for students
  • To increase the number of children who will have adult supervision in a safe, drug free environment during after school hours to promote healthy lifestyle choices.
 
Health and Safety:

Health Policy:  Your child’s health is a matter of importance to all of us. While Lights On in Lander is not equipped to look after sick children, we understand that parents rely on the program to provide care on a regular basis.  Lights On in Lander always tries to balance these conflicting needs and asks you to do so also. If a child is not well, please make every effort to keep them at home, as illnesses spread rapidly in spite of everyone’s best efforts.
 
When Children Become Ill: In the case of mild illness, the child’s parent or guardian will be contacted. The child will be made comfortable, isolated as much as possible from the other children, and closely watched until a parent or guardian arrives to pick him or her up.
 
 

 

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