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Champions at Woodmen Hills Elementary School

Champions at Woodmen Hills Elementary
 
Site Director: Mrs. Sam/Site Teacher: Mrs. Sylvia 
Site Phone Number: (719) 425-1619
Business Hours: 6:00AM-9:00AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM (on non school days hours are 6:30AM-6:00PM)
Site Email: CH001975@klcorp.com 
Program Manager: Juli Charter (719) 339-5153
Area Manager: Kim Smith (719) 272-1546 
 


March 10 - PD Day we will be at MRES first come first served
March 17 - PD Day we will be at MRES first come first served
March 20 - 31 Spring Break at MRES, must be enrolled or contact site 24 hours in advance, to see if we have openings. Their site phone number is 719-272-1548 

Champions Overview

Champions exists to deliver innovation, high quality education services for children in partnership with parents, schools, and communities to inspire the love of learning through engaging programs and unique opportunities. Champions conduct ourselves with integrity and foster a collaborative, respectful environment which leads to growth for our clients, our company, and our employees.

Busy families choose Champions because their kids are happy. Parents are happy, too, with the safe environment, the convenience of being at their neighborhood school and the peace of mind that comes with knowing their child is learning, making friends and having fun. And, when kids have a dedicated time and place at Champions to do their homework after school, evenings are more enjoyable for everyone in your family.
 

Where Learning And Fun Come Together

 
With more than 30 years of experience, Champions is a leading provider of high-quality programs for before- and after-school learning and break time camps. Every day, Champions brings fun and learning together for more than 15,000 students at over 400 sites in 17 states.

Champions hires and develops passionate teachers who enrich children’s lives. What’s more, they apply their deep expertise and innovation in early learning and school-age education to meet the goals of the families, schools and communities we serve. They are recognized for their leadership in delivering extended learning programs that are tailored specifically to a school’s needs and approved by busy working parents who want a safe, convenient program where their child can grow and learn.

Champions is a member of the Knowledge Universe family of education companies. Knowledge Universe is the leading private provider of early childhood and school-age education, serving 200,000 children in 39 states. Champions, through its affiliation with Knowledge Universe, delivers local learning programs backed by the resources and expertise of one of the world’s largest education companies.

Before & After School Overview

Studies show that after school programs improve academic achievement, reduce grade retention and increase student attendance and interest in school. Across the country, after school is a key element in strategies to turn around under-performing schools.

Some characteristics of successful schools include high academic achievement, clear standards and evaluation processes, community involvement and students who are engaged in learning. After school programs offer a chance to reinforce and supplement the curriculum by offering new and different opportunities for learning that further engage students in school.
 

Enriching Children's Lives, Helping Working Families

 
The Promising Afterschool Programs Study found that students reported improved social and behavioral outcomes: elementary students reported reductions in aggressive behavior towards other students and skipping school, compared to their routinely unsupervised peers. (Policy Studies Associates, Inc., 2007)
 
Early childhood education expert James Heckman concludes that a complement of early education and participation in afterschool programs can reduce initiating drug use among youth by nearly 50 percent. (University of Chicago, 2006)
 
An evaluation of New York City’s Out-of-School Time Programs for Youth initiative found that 74 percent of parents of participants agreed that the program made it easier for them to keep their job, and 73 percent agreed that they missed less work than they had previously because their children attended the program. In addition, 71 percent of parents reported that they were able to work more hours because their children were in the program. (Policy Studies Associates, Inc., September 2009)
 
Parents miss an average of five days of work per year due to a lack of after school care. Decreased worker productivity related to parental concerns about after school care costs businesses up to $300 billion per year. (Catalyst & Brandeis University, 2006)
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