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MI CASA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER @ LAKE CAMPUS - AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS - 1820 Lowell Blvd., Denver CO - 720-424-0389
On the Lake Campus, Mi Casa offers comprehensive afterschool, evening and summer enrichment programming for youth and their families. By keeping the school doors open well beyond the traditional school day, Mi Casa addresses a wide range of needs among the community.
MI CASA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER @ NORTH CAMPUS - AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS - 2960 N. Speer Blvd, Room A126, Denver CO - 720-423-2731
On the North Campus, the Mi Casa Neighborhood Center provides afterschool academic tutoring and enrichment activities for youth, as well as adult education programs and support for families.
OPENWORLD LEARNING @ ARCHULETA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 16000 Maxwell Pl, Denver CO - 877-780-0134
OpenWorld Learning’s original program focuses on engaging elementary school students through a fun and challenging after-school program. The Elementary Program is offered after-school, 4 days a week for approximately 3 hours a day. Students in the program are able to expand their reading, writing, and math skills through the use of an innovative technology-focused curriculum. Students in the Elementary Program learn advanced technology skills that include animation, Internet research, multi-media presentation, and computer programming. They learn these skills by creating projects in MicroWorlds - a child-friendly, multimedia authoring tool and computer programming language developed at MIT. It is striking to see the creativity and ingenuity of our students as they use the LCSI MicroWorlds computer programming software to create personally meaningful projects in art, animation, multi-media presentation, interactive software, and game design.
OPENWORLD LEARNING @ AURORA VISTA PEAK EXPLORATORY - 24551 E 1st Ave, Aurora CO - 877-780-0134
OpenWorld Learning’s original program focuses on engaging elementary school students through a fun and challenging after-school program. The Elementary Program is offered after-school, 4 days a week for approximately 3 hours a day. Students in the program are able to expand their reading, writing, and math skills through the use of an innovative technology-focused curriculum. Students in the Elementary Program learn advanced technology skills that include animation, Internet research, multi-media presentation, and computer programming. They learn these skills by creating projects in MicroWorlds - a child-friendly, multimedia authoring tool and computer programming language developed at MIT. It is striking to see the creativity and ingenuity of our students as they use the LCSI MicroWorlds computer programming software to create personally meaningful projects in art, animation, multi-media presentation, interactive software, and game design.
OPENWORLD LEARNING @ COLFAX ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 1526 Tennyson St., Denver CO - 877-780-0134
OpenWorld Learning’s original program focuses on engaging elementary school students through a fun and challenging after-school program. The Elementary Program is offered after-school, 4 days a week for approximately 3 hours a day. Students in the program are able to expand their reading, writing, and math skills through the use of an innovative technology-focused curriculum. Students in the Elementary Program learn advanced technology skills that include animation, Internet research, multi-media presentation, and computer programming. They learn these skills by creating projects in MicroWorlds - a child-friendly, multimedia authoring tool and computer programming language developed at MIT. It is striking to see the creativity and ingenuity of our students as they use the LCSI MicroWorlds computer programming software to create personally meaningful projects in art, animation, multi-media presentation, interactive software, and game design.