Edgeley Legos in the Library

On March 21st, Edgeley's Meaningful Out of School Time (MOST) Program took its students to the community library to create a themed Lego display. This project allowed students to brainstorm a theme, plan of action and how they would present it back to the group - a great use of 21st Century Skills and the 4 Cs... Continue Reading →


Valley City’s New Afterschool Program Engages 29 Students in STEAM

We're excited to announce that Valley City has opened a new SEEC meaningful-out-of-school-time program at Washington Elementary! Located in the school's library, the program is equipped with enough staff to engage with 29 students (currently 10 4th graders, 9 5th graders, and 10 6th graders) in STEAM-related activities and projects! Jessica Sanden, a library media... Continue Reading →

Afterschool Leadership Attend Events in California to Invest in North Dakota Youth

Members of the N.D. Afterschool Leadership Team including Joe Kolosky, N.D. Department of Public Instruction; Dr. Robert Pawloski, University of North Dakota; Dr. Kristi Jean, ComDel Innovation; Kerri Whipple, SEEC Program Manager for 21CCLC and English Learners; and Becky Mueller, SEEC N.D. Afterschool Network Lead, attended the C.S. Mott Foundation meeting and National Afterschool Summit... Continue Reading →

MOST Kids Play Scientists in LaMoure

--Story taken from LaMoure Chronicle-- Six MOST (Meaningful Out of School Time) kids and five parents parents participated in Family Fun Day, February 22, 2017. Kids with their parents split into three groups and pretended to be "Little Scientists." One group consisted of John Witchey, his mother, Ash Boos and stepfather, Josh Severson. Their activity... Continue Reading →

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