Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County has been awarded the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant to provide enrichment programming at Colton-Pierrepont Central School! This programming provides homework help, a snack, and enrichment activities such as cooking, STEM, healthy living, and much more. 

The 4-H After School Programs are FREE to any student in grades K-8. Enrollment will be on a first come, first served basis. Start dates and enrollment capacity will be determined by staff availability. Please note: registering your child does not guarantee them a spot immediately. Mandatory ratios limit how many students can be enrolled. You will be notified when there is a spot for your child in the program.

The 4-H After School Programs are managed by Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County and licensed by the St. Lawrence County Child Care Council. The program at Colton-Pierrepont Central School operates Monday-Friday, 2:25-5:25 on days when school is in session. 



We are diving deep into many different arts and crafts, from utilizing paper in many ways, to painting to the sounds of different music, sewing and weaving, and even trying out a pottery wheel. We will be focusing on acts of kindness and making cards for the elderly, and we will also be getting outside too. The students are hoping to be able to watch a movie together this month with popcorn, and we will be taking a pole on some holiday classics.


This month we are working on Social Emotional Literacy. We have been diving into activities that help us get to know each other and ourselves better, and together have been setting group norms, agreements and expectations. We have been playing a lot of games, and trying to soak up the last of the sun outdoors. 

Starting this week our 4H Afterschool will be working with Seaway Valley Educators every Tuesday, "empowering students to make positive changes in their lives and engage in their local communities to make long-lasting changes." Check out their website to learn more: 

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Next month is October, and our theme is Outdoor Clubs. With the changing of weather, it will be imperative for students to wear clothes that will keep them warm and dry for our after-school activities.

Kelsey Sue Langston Director

Kelsey Sue Langston



Stacy Coleman


Joshua Drake

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