Freedom Elementary Club TIGERFreedom Club TIGER Afterschool Program provides students in grades K-5 an opportunity to maximize their potential and learn through discovery. Club TIGER lets students explore and develop their talents, while gaining critical thinking skills for learning through the delivery of high quality, hands-on, project-based programs in a variety of content areas. Key content areas include arts, science, sports, technology and communications.Club TIGER utilizes skilled professionals as instructors who support student growth and development in an meaningful way. By aligning and maximizing the resources of an extensive network of public and private partnerships, Club TIGER is the result of coordinated support and sustainable investment in youth development through school and community based programming. At Freedom Club TIGER, there is a strong focus on continuous quality improvement, data-driven and cost-effective decisions strengthening skills to encourage improved academic outcomes and positive impacts for students, schools and the communities served.Elementary K-5 has an annual enrollment fee of $30. Weekly club fees are $50. Discounts are available for multiple children and Scholarships are available to those who qualify.There is no transportation provided from elementary Club TIGER, parents must pick up their students by 6:00 PM or late fee's may apply.If you are interested in enrolling your child at Freedom's Club TIGER, please click here for enrollment information and forms.
For more info visit the district website or contact Site Administrator Denise Holtzscher at (573) 842-2136, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snack in a Pack
Snack in a Pack (SIAP) provides supplemental food packs over weekends and holiday breaks for students who may otherwise go hungry while not in school. Snack in a Pack is managed by the Waynesville AmeriCorps VISTA program.
SIAP provides weekly meals for approximately 325 students within the Waynesville R-VI School District. SIAP is a 100% donation-driven program that relies on the generosity of its partners, donors, and the multitude of community volunteers to continue its mission to feed hungry children and improve educational success.
The cost to support each student receiving a pack is approximately $200 for the school year. With the current number of student recipients, the total cost to feed all of them is approximately $65,000 each year. Snack in a Pack is always in need of donations (monetary or in-kind) and the help of volunteers interested in supporting the program.
Schools served by the program include:
Williams Early Childhood Center
Waynesville Sixth Grade Center
Waynesville Middle School
Waynesville High School
Waynesville Career Center