21C After School Program
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Contact Information

Sue Farrelly
 Email: sfarrelly@sau8.org

 21C Program Director

Justin Wolbert
 Email: jwolbert@sau8.org

 RMS 21C Site Coordinator


21C Phone Number

The 21C contact number is (603) 219-6772.  The phone will be turned on Monday through Friday from 3:30pm-5:30pm.  If you need to reach your child or have a question please call this number. The office staff leaves at 4:30 everyday, so this is the best way to reach someone at 21C. If you leave a voicemail, it will be responded to within 24 hours,Monday through Thursdays. If you leave a voicemail after 5:30 on Friday, it will be responded to after 12:30 on Monday.


  
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 WELCOME TO A NEW YEAR!
 SCHOOL YEAR '17-'18!

The first day of 21C is on Monday September 11th.




RMS 21C Registration

RMS 21C registration is on a rolling basis. Students may join at any time.
Please find registration form at the bottom of this page.
(additional forms may be found in the RMS Office)

 Please know there is only a 5:30 late bus Monday through Thursday 
and no late bus on Friday. There is NO 4:30 late bus this school year.


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Homework Club

Homework

Club

Homework

Club

Homework

Club

 

Homework

Club

Minecraft

Readers'
Theatre

 

Learn
American Sign Language 

Tabletop Games & Magic the Gathering 
21C

Fun
Friday

Be the 
Engineer

 

Underwater
 Robotics

Book Club with Mr. Dub

21C @ Your Service

 

Player's
Pick

Player's
Pick
(Team Building)

 

Cooking
Matters
(Starts10/5)

 


21C programing runs from 3:45PM-5:30PM.

 

RMS 21C Fall 2017

Daily: 
Homework Club with Ms. LaPlante and Ms. Lewis

7:15-8:15AM and 3:45-5:30PM

 

Monday:

Coding/Minecraft
 
with Ms. Moulton

Minecraft is a sandbox video game originally created by Swedish programmer Markus "Notch" Persson and later developed and published by Mojang. The creative and building aspects of Minecraft enable players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D procedurally generated world. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. Multiple gameplay modes are available, including survival mode where the player must acquire resources to build the world and maintain health, a creative mode where players have unlimited resources to build with and the ability to fly, an adventure mode where players can play custom maps created by other players, and a spectator mode where players can fly around and clip through blocks, but cannot place or destroy any. The PC version of the game is renowned for its third-party mods, which add various new items, characters, worlds, and quests to the game.


Be the Engineer with Mr. Wolbert

In this club students will take on the roles of designers and engineers for various activities. The program will get started with creating bat and bird boxes for the US Army Corp of Engineers. Many other projects to follow!

Outdoor/Indoor Player's Pick With Mr. Daniels

Student choice rules here…students will have an opportunity to get some exercise and explore different games/activities. The group will have one, two or three options to choose from, depending on numbers. Students will work on coordination, team building skills and the habit of exercise.

 

Tuesday:

Readers' Theatre with Mr. Bouffard

Reader's Theatre is a program that provides middle school students the opportunity read and perform fun seasonal plays with their friends. In the informal setting of 21C, "Reader's Theatre" will give kids a chance to act while exploring classic literature. We will also play games to practice speaking to a group while having fun. Hosted by non other than RMS' number one food columnist/soup connoisseur... Mister Michael Bouffard.

Book Club with Mr. Dub with...Mr. Dub (Wolbert)

Students will meet weekly to discuss books they are reading. Students will have full access to the RMS 21C mobile librar. Students can take his time to think about book's lessons, themes, writing style... whatever they want to and they will share it with their fellow book club attendees to broaden their literary worlds. Hosted by RMS Site Coordinator/bookworm Justin Wolbert.

 

Tabletop Games & Magic the Gathering with Mr. Riordan

Students have the opportunity to explore new and old tabletop games, from Sorry! and Monopoly to Magic cards and Telestrations. Tabletop game club can be challenging as well as imaginative with students having he possibility of participating in chess tournaments, or creating their own board game!

Wednesday:

Underwater Robotics with Mr. Lane

Underwater roboticsis a branch of robotics. Underwater robots can be autonomous, or they can be remotely operated. This is an emerging science, which has become more popular with evolving technology. There are many applications of underwater robotics such as scientific exploration, military, use, and hobbies. Besides capability of swimming an underwater robot also has multi DOF manipulators and end effectors on these arms of various types to perform underwater tasks such as construction, salvage, rescue and repair.[1] They can also help in collecting items that are deeply submerged inside the sea, used by the military and scientists mostly.

Ten Sea Perch robot kits were donated last year from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard allowing students to participate in the Sea Perch competition on a spring Saturday at UNH.   

 

                     

Thursday:

Blast Off! with Mr. Dyment 

"Blast Off!" is a hands on program that aims to educate middle school students about space science and technology. Astronomy is an exciting field that is constantly changing and evolving. With the use of NASA's "Space Place" program, "Blast Off!" will provide students with weekly projects that teach them that space is fun, engaging and within their grasp!

 

Friday:

Fun Fridays...will be different each week/no 5:30 bus

 

21C@UR Service Students participating in 21C@UR Service will design and implement (small scale? larger scale?) community service projects, many of which will be in partnership with community organizations. Tentatively our first organization will be the Pope Memorial SPCA: students will learn about responsible pet care, animal safety and careers opportunities in the animals and in turn our student may make blankets, run a food drive etc.

Other activities that we plan jointly with Friday s

 

 

Dear Parents,

We are 21st Century Community Learning Centers, an initiative dedicated to providing student support before and after school. 21C is excited to kick off our 5th year at Rundlett Middle School.

Afternoon sessions are comprised of snack time and blocks of programming. Transportation home is available in the form of the 4:30 late bus and the 5:30 21C bus. (The 4:30 late bus does not operate on Thursdays and the 5:30 bus does not operate on Fridays.) 21C will continue to offer morning academic support, 7:15 to 8:15 while simultaneously the Concord YMCA will offer morning enrichment and recreational activities 7:00 to 8:15 (Please look for the separate YMCA registration for this morning option.)

One of the greatest aspects of the 21C program is flexibility. For a one time nominal $50 fee, students may attend as frequently as they like. This can be ideal for today’s busy, 21st Century student whose schedule might change week to week.

Studies have shown that the hours of 3 to 6PM are typically the most vulnerable time of the school day for adolescents. Students that participate in afterschool programming are more likely to succeed academically and build meaningful relationships with both peers and staff members.

They spend more time reading and demonstrate improved standardized test scores in both reading and math. 21C at RMS offers a variety of programming highlighted by academic enrichment through our fully staffed homework club with computer and internet access. In addition, we offer activities that stimulate both physical and critical thinking skills. We take pride in encouraging student driven programming which allows for more choices based on interest.

Some of our most successful clubs last year were created by our students, including our new Lego Robotics Club and Aeronautics. Other popular choices include Art Explorations, Cooking Matters, the Sea Perch Underwater Robotics program, Minecraft and Open Gym.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly. We look forward to meeting you and having your child as part of our community.


Justin Wolbert, jwolbert@sau8.org

Site Coordinator Susan Farrelly, sfarrelly@sau8.org Program Director





Parents, please take a moment to complete the following survey. We greatly appreciate your feedback and suggestions.

Why I always look forward to coming to 21c:

After a day in school I'm always tired but, I have energy in me and I need to have fun. I come to 21c. They always have the clubs that are so fun even when you might think that they are not, they are because you find a new experience in something that you might have not thought about doing. Sometimes I need help with my homework and I know my parents can't help me with, so I go to the homework club and I know someone will help me. So after that I don't have to worry about doing my homework wrong. Whenever I come and I don't like one of the clubs, I know that there is a different option for me. But no matter out I have to participate. So if you're thinking about joining 21c, you are making a amazing decision. You might not get convinced with what I'm saying but you never know unless you try. Take this from a 21c member.

Baneen Al Ghadhbawi

21C Homework Help

Could your son or daughter use additional hands on help with homework? The 21C Homework Help Club runs every school day before and after school. Here, students can get one on one help from teachers and high school staff on anything from Math and Language Arts to Social Studies, Science and anything in between. The Homework Help Club is flexible. Students can come as often as they need. They are then welcome to participate in a variety of other activities upon completion of their work or can head home to enjoy the evening, knowing that their work is done. Please take advantage of this wonderful opportunity by registering your child for the 21C Program.

RMS 21C Helps Set World Record

Rundlett Middle School's 21C program helped set a world record for most people cup stacking in a single day. Over thirty students from Rundlett and Beaver Meadow took part in the event along with close to 600,000 others. Students stacked in large and small group settings for about an hour. The RMS 21C Cup Stacking Club meets every Thursday from 4PM to 5PM. New Members are encouraged to join!

http://www.theconcordinsider.com/article/concord-after-school-program-helps-set-guinness-world-record

RMS 21C Participates in Lights On Afterschool

RMS 21C students took part in creating a Rube Goldberg Machine to celebrate Lights On Afterschool. The project involved a few days worth of planning. The machine is designed to use a complex design to complete a very simple task. In this case, using books, a ball, cups and a ramp all to turn on a fan.

The Science Club meets every Monday from 4PM to 5PM. They are always looking for new members who enjoy having a great time while learning. Come down and check it out!

http://www.theconcordinsider.com/article/these-students-in-the-21c-program-have-the-world-in-their-hands

21st CCLC Intent to Apply
The 21C Programs at Concord High School and Rundlett Middle School would like to formally announce our intent to re- apply for the New Hampshire Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Center program grant for the upcoming five year cycle, 2017 - 2023 school years.
The 21st Century Community Learning Center program has three main priorities:
·Help students meet competencies in core academic subjects, such as reading and math and science.
·Offer students a broad array of enrichment activities to complement their regular academic programs.
·Offer literacy and other educational services to the families of participating students.
Our application is due on March 8, 2017.  We would like to take this opportunity to invite any parties interested in the planning of our proposal to please contact us using the information below: sfarrelly@sau8.org
21st CCLC Intent to Apply
The 21C Programs at Concord High School and Rundlett Middle School would like to formally announce our intent to re- apply for the New Hampshire Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Center program grant for the upcoming five year cycle, 2017 - 2023 school years.
The 21st Century Community Learning Center program has three main priorities:
·Help students meet competencies in core academic subjects, such as reading and math and science.
·Offer students a broad array of enrichment activities to complement their regular academic programs.
·Offer literacy and other educational services to the families of participating students.
Our application is due on March 8, 2017.  We would like to take this opportunity to invite any parties interested in the planning of our proposal to please contact us using the information below: sfarrelly@sau8.org
21st CCLC Intent to Apply
The 21C Programs at Concord High School and Rundlett Middle School would like to formally announce our intent to re- apply for the New Hampshire Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Center program grant for the upcoming five year cycle, 2017 - 2023 school years.
The 21st Century Community Learning Center program has three main priorities:
·Help students meet competencies in core academic subjects, such as reading and math and science.
·Offer students a broad array of enrichment activities to complement their regular academic programs.
·Offer literacy and other educational services to the families of participating students.
Our application is due on March 8, 2017.  We would like to take this opportunity to invite any parties interested in the planning of our proposal to please contact us using the information below: sfarrelly@sau8.org