Allegany County Public Schools M-SAFE (Middle School Students and Families Excelling) Extended Day Program addresses the problem of the academic achievement gap that exists between students in grade 6-8. Community learning centers are located at Washington Middle School and Braddock Middle School will expand the academic opportunities for approximately 60 students in each school. The goal of the program is to meet or exceed state standards for "proficient" as measured by the state assessments. The objective is to increase performance in reading, math and science, and to promote family involvement in the Center's activities while providing instruction delivered by highly qualified teachers utilizing books, technology and materials which are different from what the student sees in the regular day.
BRADDOCK MIDDLE SCHOOL WASHINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
This program centers on afterschool activities such as tutoring, homework assistance, hands-on education, service learning, varoius enrichment and recreational activities and STEM lessons. Academic instruction includes instruction and tutoring in math, reading, science and technology. Students are provided an afternoon snack type meal and transportation is provided to specific community locations each day for students who reside outside a 1.5 mile radius from the school site.
Coordinator: Meagan McElfish; Email: email@example.com
Braddock Site Leader: Ray Short; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Washington Site Leader: Josh Wilson; Email: email@example.com
The latest evaluation of our MSAFE Program can get viewed by clicking Eval 15-16.
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The M-SAFE after school program at Washington Middle School has open slots for students to join the program. The after school program enhances, extends and enriches the regular school day. The program includes dinner, activities, and engaging lessons taught by certified professional teachers and community members. The program runs Monday through Thursday, from 3-5:30 p. Transportation is provided to certain locations. Please contact the Site Leader, Joshua Wilson at Washington Middle School, (301) 777-5360, for further information.
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