21st Century

I am excited to be transitioning to the 21st Century Community Learning Center Coordinator here at Mountain View! have been working for the Anchorage School District in a number of capacities for the last 7 years. When I am not working, I love being outside all year. Cross-country skiing, hiking, and camping are some of my favorite activities. I also enjoy traveling and visiting new countries around the world.

The Anchorage School District, a recipient of three 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grants from the U.S. Department of Education, currently provides after-school enrichment programs for K-6 students in core academics - homework help, tutoring, drug and abuse prevention, technology training, recreation and the arts at eleven public school facilities.



21st Century Community Learning Center

The purpose of the 21st CCLC is to expand learning opportunities for children and their families outside of regular school hours. These programs offer strong after-school activities, which involve both schools and the community, joining together to help kids develop into healthy adults.



Our 21st CCLC after-school programs work with public and non-profit agencies and organizations; local businesses; higher education institutions; recreational, cultural and human services organizations to:

prepare kids for success in today's economy
provide opportunities to try new skills, learn different ways of approaching challenges with creative solutions, work on tough subjects and achieve success

Eligible students participate in programs whose goal is to increase academic success in reading, writing and math. The Anchorage Community Education Learning Centers offer a structured supportive environment.


Applications are available now!
Program Dates:
September 9 - December 11, 2015
January 11 - April 22, 2016


Lori Moore
Mountain View Elementary

21st Century Coordinator