Malone Center Partners with Culler Middle School for Cougar Den After-School Program
The Malone Community Center (malonecenter.org) is partnered with Culler Middle School for the Cougar Den program to provide free and extended learning opportunities to students from 3 to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays on regular school days and from 1:40 to 4:30 p.m. on PLC days. When you register your student for this program, don’t expect your average after-school program. Instead, you’ll find that this program is about a family that takes care of one another!
Cougar Den is a Community Learning Center (CLC) club that provides a fun, educational delivery system using the school as the central gathering place for students, families, and neighborhoods. The club provides high-quality academic and enrichment opportunities for children outside of school hours. They help develop problem-solving and creative-thinking skills and encourage community and parent engagement in the success of the children who participate. The goals of the Cougar Den Club are successful students, thriving families, and stronger neighborhoods. To learn more about Cougar Den or register your child to participate, go to culler.lps.org/clc.
Since 1955, the Malone Community Center has created and facilitated programs to combat the racial disparities and inequities that exist in our justice, healthcare, and social systems. For more information or to donate, visit malonecenter.org or call (402) 474-1110.