• Club TIGER Program Goals
    Club TIGERs' Goal:
    Our goal at Club TIGER is to provide high standards of education, tutoring, and a foundation of knowledge. This will help all our students attain proficiency or better in: reading/language arts, mathematics, enrichment activities, and intramural sports.
    AYPYN Goals
    •  AYPYN is designed to locate and support the development of high quality and high interest after school spaces in the communities where large concentrations of Army families reside.
    • Definition of high quality and high interest after school programs: A program that provides a variety of activities (academics included) that youth choose to be involved in and find enjoyable and/or rewarding. The program must provide youth the opportunity to have positive and meaningful interactions with adults.
    • All youth, regardless of military affiliation, are welcome to join AYPYN funded after school programs
    • As part of the Army Resiliency Project, the AYPYN program strives to build resilience in our military youth through the funding of after school programs and through the education and training of afterschool program staff.

    For Club TIGER applications and fees, please click here.



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
East Elementary 
Freedom Elementary
Partridge Elementary
Thayer Elementary
Wood Elementary
Waynesville Sixth Grade Center
Waynesville Middle School
Waynesville High School
Waynesville Career Center