21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) Grant Program at Kuss
Matthew J. Kuss Middle School
Gabe Johnson, Site Coordinator
Days: Monday – Thursday
The 21st Century After School Program at Kuss Middle School offers a range of activities to students across all three grade levels.
Students can participate in Art Club three days per week, where they have the chance to create freely or work on long-term art projects.
Yearbook is offered twice per week, where students take photos and work towards creating a yearbook for our 8th-grade class.
Cooking Club is offered all four days, where students cook a new recipe each week and are creating a yearbook to be completed at the end of the year.
Futsal, a form of indoor soccer is open twice per week as an opportunity to practice physical activity and teamwork.
Project Lead the Way is offered all four days, giving students a chance to explore medical devices and the science that powers them.
Fitness Club aims to provide a space for students to move freely and practice mindfulness techniques twice per week.
Film Study is a chance for students to engage with movies in the same way that they engage with literature in school, available to students three days per week.