MyTime Enrichment Program

WELCOME TO Nita M. Lowey 21st Century COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS MyTime after school enrichment PROGRAM.

(federal funded program)

The 21st Century MyTime program will not operate on half-days, non-attendance days, school holidays, and emergency school closing days. The program operates during the school year for a minimum of 28 weeks and summer programming is also provided through the 21st Century Grant. The program will provide daily snacks as well as materials for academic and enrichment activities.

Activities
Homework support
Academic enrichment- ELA, Math
Walking Classroom unit
Coding, robotics
Team buildings
Social Skills
STEM Activities
Art
Chess
Music
Reading
Sports, fitness
Culinary activities
Career and college readiness activities
Field trips
Philosophical Questioning
SEL
Theatre Improv
Dance

2021-22 Community Partners:

Communities in schools 
Fox Valley Park District 
City of Aurora
Aurora University 
FVO El Sistema Orchestra 
Chess Wizards 
Junior Achievement
Everfi 
Super Soccer Stars
Paramount School of the Arts 
SD129S TEM and SEL

21st Century MyTime programs are being held at the following schools in West Aurora.

Rachel Shields

21st Century Project Director

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

28 weeks during the
school year

Elementary Sites 
2:20 – 5:15PM
(Monday – Thursday)

Middle School Sites 
3:40 – 6:15PM
(Monday – Thursday)

News from the Field:

Fox Valley Park District and West Aurora School District 129 Rethink Family Engagement

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PUBLIC NOTICE 
WEST AURORA SCHOOL DISTRICT 129 HAS APPLIED FOR THE 21st CENTURY CONTINUATION GRANT FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR.
THIS GRANT APPLICATION WAS SUBMITTED TO IBSE ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2021 AND IT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS: FREEMAN, GREENMAN, HILL, McCLEERY, AND HERGET.


Fox Valley Park District in partnership with West Aurora School District 129 has been approved by the Illinois State Board of Application on September 14, 2021 to provide the FY 22 Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers at Jefferson Middle School, Hall, Nicholson, and Smith Elementary Schools.