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Cub Club

21st Century Community Learning Center 

Cub Club at Spencer County Elementary School is a program for students K-5th who may benefit from additional Academic, Social or Behavioral support. The program takes place every Monday-Thursday before and/or after school. During the program, students will be tutored by certified teachers. In the afternoon session after the students finish their studies, they can choose a 'club' to attend. The clubs are a great incentive for each student to work hard on their homework; and then be able to enjoy a club with their friends. To learn more or register your child, please click on the link below. For any further information contact

21st CCLC is available to all K-5 students at SCES but is targeted towards students based on the following objectives: 

  • Students scoring below proficiency in reading, math and science

  • Students in Tier 2 or 3 RTI Intervention 

  • Students who participate in F/R lunch program 

  • ECE students who score below proficiency in any area 

  • Students with 2 or more behavior referrals 

  • Students who have missed more than 10% of the school year 

Techniques and Interventions used on a daily basis with the goal of raising classroom grades, state testing scores and further understanding of Math and Reading requirements. 

  • Group study guided by certified teacher based on grade level 

  • One on One study for specific need of student 

  • Individual reading followed by AR testing

  • Differential learning using MobyMax 

  • Structured literacy learning using Lexia 

  • Completing homework assignments

  • Complete required reading time set by homeroom teacher 

  • Additional individual practice for upcoming quizzes/tests in the classroom

Daily Schedule:  Monday-Thursday  

  • 7:00-8:15am Reading and Math Intervention 
  • 3:45-4:10 After School Snack 
  • 4:10-4:50 Homework Help
  • 4:50-5:30 Enrichment Clubs 
  • 5:35-6:00 Dismissal