Discovery CCLC Virtual Afterschool
By completing this registration your student will have access to Live CW classes via OnCourse and Google Meet or Zoom daily and access to live tutoring.
Virtual Afterschool Schedule
3:30pm – 5:15pm
3:30-3:45 CW Welcome / 3:45-4:15 Homework Assistance / 4:15-5:15 CW Classes
In-Person Afterschool Programming
Open to Maine and DJOD Campuses Only
3:30 – 5:30pm Mondays – Fridays
Fee: $165.00 / month – Regular Pricing
$135.00 / month – Reduced/Free Lunch Eligible
*Starting in November 2020 parts of this program are funded by 21st CCLC and are considered to have no cost.*
Important Note: Once registered we will contact you with a start date. Start dates could be up to 7 days from completion of the below form. Students will not be kept in their same school day pods. An invoice for the monthly fee will be sent to the email address provided on the registration form prior to the first day of afterschool. The cost for afterschool is higher this Fall due to restrictions in grant funding for in-person programming. Please contact us if this cost is prohibitive to your family.
* IN-PERSON PROGRAMMING*
COMMUNITY WORKS PROGRAM AGREEMENT
ENROLLMENT: Registration is required before a child may participate in the program.
DISCIPLINE: Disruptive or disrespectful behavior toward other students or staff will not be permitted and will be cause for dismissal from the program. Please see Parent-Student pledge for more information.
MEDICINE DISTRIBUTION:No medication can be administered or consumed unless both a doctor and a parent/guardian have submitted the appropriate forms and medication to the CW Site Director. We strongly encourage families to dispense both temporary and maintenance medications outside of program hours.There are no nurses during the Community Works Program on duty. Community Works can not guarantee that a trained medicine disbursement individual is on site at all times. Medication needs to be in the original container with the appropriate prescription label (including the name of the student, the name of the medicine, the date, the dosage information, and directions for administering the medication) and the appropriate LA Administration of Medication Form. We store and administer the medicine in a secure location. Please be aware that the medication cannot travel back and forth to program – once it’s given to us for your child’s use, it must remain with us until it needs to be refilled. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to ask for two separate prescriptions when at the doctor’s office with your child. Students are not allowed to have medication (prescription or nonprescription) of any kind in their possession at the program and it should not be placed in their bags. One adult in the presence of a second adult, with the exception of a life-threatening emergency, shall administer medication. A log of medication administration, by individual, will be kept. The log will contain the name of the student, the name of the medication, the dosage to be given, and the time to be given. The person giving the medication will record the date and time of the administration of medication and sign their name. The witness (second adult in attendance) will initial the log. If an error is made in recording, the person who administered should line out, initial the error, and make the correction in the log. If any adverse reaction to medication occurs, the parent/guardian will be notified and if necessary, 911 shall be called. At any time the use of an Epi-pen is administered, it MUST be followed by a call to 911.
STUDENT TO INSTRUCTOR RATIO (or SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH ADDITIONAL NEEDS): Community Works Programs will enforce COVID-19 procedures via Student to Instructor ratio.
RECORDS: CW requires that you submit a copy of your student’s report card in December of 2020 and in May of 20201.
Your signature on this page verifies that you have read the above information carefully and agree to abide by all conditions of the Community Works of Louisiana Program.