Join us on Facebook
"Like" our Facebook page and get updates on PATCH activities, access to our latest videos, and more!
A&M Digital Technologies is the driving force behind our webcasting and podcasting adventures with our programs to share information and news about PATCH! Be sure to check it out on our Facebook page!
The program currently serves 2,000 students in Roane, Jackson, and Mason Counties (1/5 the total after school population in WV) and operates 4 preschools in Roane, Jackson, and Kanawha. PATCH successfully administers several different grants that focus on character education, tobacco, drug, and alcohol prevention, civic duty and service learning, watershed and clean water awareness, entreprenurial job skills, and leadership. The PATCH staff endeavor each year to offer programs that children are excited to participate in, and this maintains interest and involvement. From entrepreneurial and job skill courses to heritage and traditional instruction (fiddle, guitar, quilting/crocheting, fly tying, etc) to science and technology, the courses offered through the PATCH program continue to offer students a choice of unique programs that “are intentional, involve choice, and develop the use of new and exciting opportunities for learning” which are key components to successful academic achievement as cited by research presented in the Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP, Feb. 2008). PATCH offers a variety of 94 different educational enrichment programs across the counties for grades Pre K-12 and their families and plans to keep the same success record at the schools, for the students, and for families that we serve.
You can reach us at (304) 927-8047 and by fax at (304) 927-8084. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us at our e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits of Participating
All students are invited to participate in the 21st CCLC after school programs. Activities are geared toward age appropriate educational socialization in peer groups while facilitating sharing, cooperation and other social skills in a supervised setting.
Community and Children First