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Welcoming Changes And New Faces

So much can happen in a short amount of time. The South East Education Cooperative has had A LOT, and boy do I mean A LOT, of changes in the past year. Some planned, some unplanned. Some changes were welcomed with big smiles, some pushed us to say some sad goodbyes and others were full of…
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The Y Guy!

Challenge Accepted!

Cardboard, Recycled Material and an Imagination. YMCA of Cass-Clay’s out-of-school-time program staff attended the South East Education Cooperative’s (SEEC) 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21CCLC) Summer Conference Aug. 2-3 along with 150 other out-of-school-time educators and walked away with a challenge. “At the conference, 8-year-old Caine challenged us to start a movement to invite kids to build…
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Welcome Back!

The summer has come to an end. Back to school shopping is complete. Photos have been taken. Tears have been shed. Now… it’s time to really dig in and get the best of the best in professional learning for your  year ahead. We have a very exciting year ahead of us and we’re ready to roll out our…
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2016 21CCLC Summer Conference Hits Record-High Numbers!

On August 2-3, more than 150 out-of-school time providers from the tri-state area gathered at the Avalon Events Center in Fargo for the 6th annual 21CCLC Summer Conference, making this year our best turnout yet! This year’s conference focused around a fun Superhero theme, as attendees were challenged to “Find the Afterschool Superhero in YOU!” Over…
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Fargo’s CHARISM Hosts First Annual ‘Cool Off With A Cop’ Event

On Wednesday, July 20th, over 200 community members gathered at Fargo’s CHARISM Family Center, located in the McCormick Park neighborhood, for the first annual “Cool Off With a Cop” summer event. From 4-6pm, people of all ages socialized in the park with lemonade and freezies, while the children adventured inside a cop car, asked questions, and even sprayed each other…
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Griggs County Central M.O.S.T. Program Takes An Extra Step To Support The Arts

 Cooperstown, N.D. – In support of its efforts to promote community arts, Griggs County Central’s Meaningful Out of School Time (M.O.S.T.) program contracted with Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre from Barrette, Minn. to provide two professional actors to teach and rehearse with students, K-12, prior to the musical theaters June 4 production of the “Aladdin &…
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2016 STEM Academy

West Fargo STEM Academy Reaches Over 50 Students Grades 5-8

Over the past four years, West Fargo School District teachers have written for grant funding to support a summer STEM Academy for their students. Each year’s programming has been a bit different to reflect the grant amounts and requirements, but all-in-all the Academy has created a place for professional development and student enrichment for both teachers…
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