Indiana awards $11 million to afterschool programs

Indiana is awarding more than $11 million to afterschool programs for students in poor or low-performing schools.

Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced on Monday the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants will be split among 53 organizations across the state with 184 afterschool sites. They are joining 24 organizations with 69 sites already in the program.

This year's awards will be funded for a little more than four years, pending annual reviews. Each organization received at least $50,000, with some getting as much as $300,000.

The grants are part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act and are intended for mentoring, arts, sports and other activities for children. The grant recipients also encourage academics and tutoring, including literacy programs.

The following organizations were awarded grants

A Better Way Services, Inc. $275,000
Archdiocese of Indianapolis $300,000
AYS, Inc. $175,000
Ball State University $200,000
Barbara B. Jordan YMCA $150,000
Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation $165,000
Beech Grove City Schools $175,000
Blue River Services, Inc. $250,000
Boys & Girls Club of Indianapolis $300,000
Boys & Girls Club of Morgan County $150,000
Boys & Girls Club of St. Joseph County $300,000
Boys & Girls Club of Wayne County $125,000
Boys & Girls of Huntington County, Inc. $200,000
Christel House Academy $200,000
Communities in Schools of Clark County, Inc. $250,000
Communities in Schools of East Chicago $150,000
Community Schools of Frankfort $175,000
Crawford County Community School Corporation $275,000
Crawfordsville Community Schools $250,000
East Allen Family Resource Center $175,000
Elkhart Community Schools $150,000
Emma Donnan Middle School $150,000
Emmerich Manual High School $150,000
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation $275,000
Hoosier Uplands Economic Development Corporation $275,000
Indiana Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs $300,000
John H. Boner Community Center $300,000
Lafayette School Corporation $150,000
Lake Ridge Schools $175,000
Martin University $175,000
Medora Community Schools $200,000
Michigan City Area Schools $300,000
Monroe County Community School Corporation $300,000
MSD of Decatur Township $150,000
MSD of Pike Township $275,000
MSD of Warren Township $275,000
New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation $250,000
New Prairie United School Corp $175,000
North Adams Community Schools $300,000
Paramount School of Excellence $175,000
Perry Central Community School Corporation $160,000
Ruth Lilly Health Education Center $150,000
Scott County School District 1 $275,000
Scott County School District 2 $175,000
South Bend Community School Corporation $50,000
Southwest Dubois County School Corporation $225,000
Steuben County Literacy Coalition $250,000
T.C. Howe Community High School $125,000
Tell City-Troy Township School Corporation $200,000
The Link/ Whitewater College Programs, Inc. $175,000
The Starke County Youth Club, Inc. $175,000
Vigo County School Corporation $150,000
YMCA of Southwestern Indiana $280,000


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