Unity learning center

 



UNITY LEARNING CENTER

Sumner County Schools

K-12 Extended Day Programs

Funded in part by:


TN 21st Century Community Learning Center Grants (21st CCLC);

Lottery for Education: Afterschool Programs (LEAPs) - TDOE;

McKinney-Vento,

Children, Youth & Families At Risk (CYFAR);

and, Parent Fees


Scholarships available to

free-reduced lunch students

       Unity provides extended day enrichment activities and supervision for students in a way that will improve their attitudes, grades, and behavior so they may be positive members of the school and community.

Intent To Submit: Sumner County Schools received 21st Community Learning Center funding from the Tennessee State Board of Education on July 1, 2020. Sumner County Schools will continue programming five elementary extended day programs in the 2019/2020 school year at Benny Bills, George Whitten, Guild, Howard, and Vena Stuart Elementary Schools, plus Rucker-Stewart and Joe Shafer MIddle Schools.

Happy Feet Running Club

The Happy Feet Running Club students from Vena Stuart ES were able to buy proper running shoes at Fleet Feet in Hendersonville.Funds were donated by Sumner Association of Realtors, Sumner County Central Office employees, and Cornerstone Church.

Portland East culinary students           prepare a dish.

MHMS students take part in Super Hero Week.

PWMS Unity & WKU unite to present a        Science Fair