21st Century Community Learning Centers and Extended Day Programs
2023/2024 Registration is open.
Our student information system, TransAct, will allow you to register, pay, view payments, balances, and do helpful things like print an end of year tax letter.
Cavendish Afterschool Program will be open for 2023/2024 school year.
You will need to create an account using this link (bookmark this link, as this is the account you will use to pay for program, and view your charges/enrollment):
You will need your student's id from Powerschool to register. If you do not have this information (it is in your powerschool account), let me know and I can help out email@example.com or 415-730-4413
You are registering for the entire school year. Once you have registered, if you need to change or cancel your child's registration, please use this Change of enrollment form
While our programs are fee based, all students can participate, regardless of the ability to pay. The State of VT recently expanded Child Care Financial Assistance to include a much wider income range. Many families will now qualify for child care assistance. We encourage all families who may qualify to apply for the Child Care Subsidy.
Program will begin September 11th, and end May 31. Program runs on full days of school from dismissal until 5:00 pm, and is $7.00 per day/child.
Site specific program information can be found on each school's program page (links above)
TRSU 21st Century and Extended Day Programs offer quality opportunities for youth to develop social, emotional, and educational skills that complement the school day.
If you need any assistance, or have questions, please reach out to:
Program Director for TRSU 21C and Extended Day Programs
Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers
TRSU Afterschool Programs are much more than just a safe place for kids to be after the bell rings. Our programs are 21st Century Community Learning Centers. Learn more:
The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) program has been funding high quality after-school and summer learning programs since 1998. Poverty, opportunity gaps, and unmet academic need drive the program’s purpose. Vermont's 21st CCLC program supports students' learning and interests through diverse and engaging programming using multiple approaches and curricula. Programs are delivered through schools and community partnerships for grades K-12. Annually, approximately 12,100 youth and 5,700 regular attendees are served in 100 high needs communities across the state. Programs are expected to complement, but not duplicate the school day. Annual competitions are held to support this vision as funds are available.
Licensed by the State of Vermont Department for Children and Families
Trained, competent staff, safe programs, and child care subsidies.
Child Care Licensing Regulations govern child care programs in the State of Vermont. These rules are minimum requirements established to protect the health and safety of Vermont's children in out-of-home care and ensure that children in child care programs in Vermont are provided with wholesome growth and educational experiences.