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Providing a program of school and out-of school-time academic, cultural, and social support in the elementary grades is an identified strategy for increasing the likelihood that a student will graduate from high school.  With this as a long-range goal, we  have co-created a partnership of programs which offer tutoring, mentoring, enrichment, and family programs at the Myers-Wilkins School/Neighborhood sites.  Known collectively as the Myers-Wilkins Academic and Cultural Enrichment Programs, these programs work integrally with the teachers and staff of the Myers-Wilkins School to offer high-quality learning experiences for 400+ children and their families throughout the school day and out-of-school-time hours.  While family donations are always welcome, these programs are offered free of charge.


The mission of the  Myers-Wilkins Academic and Cultural Enrichment Programs  is to provide opportunities for youth and families to learn and grow in a safe and welcoming environment.  Our programs enhance academic, social, and creative skills which will empower our community through finding strength in our diversity.

Goals for 2015-2016

  • To help increase school attendance
  • To help build academic success
  • To help increase family involvement
  • To develop cultural appreciation
  • To provide opportunities for youth to expand their intellectual, creative, and social skills
  • To provide meaningful service-learning opportunities for youth and community members
  • To foster a love of Reading, Math,  Arts, and Sciences