Cops ‘N Kids Extended Learning hours open for enrollment through 6th grade

RACINE — A partnership between the Cops ‘N Kids Reading Center and the Racine Unified School District offers students the opportunity to participate in extended learning enrichment.

Students can access free tutors if they are between three years old and 6th grade. Additional learning services are available for children aged two to four through the Margaret Drysdale Reading Program.

With the help of a dedicated staff of retired and current teachers, they are able to provide quality education and assistance to those in need of services. Extended learning programs provide a safe and positive environment to advance student skills.

Register your child to participate and get extra help outside of the classroom by completing a new student registration form. Find it on their website or download it below.

About Extended Learning

The extended learning program operates from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on different days of the week depending on the age of the student.

Classroom activities include reading, writing, language and listening skills, transitioning, cooperation, food choices, and developing a positive relationship with community police officers.

Additional information about the program can be found on their website.

2022 Extended Learning Calendar

When? age range
Monday From 3 to 5K
Tuesday 1st and 2nd year students
Wednesday 3rd and 4th year students
Thursday 5th and 6th graders
Cops ‘N Kids Extended Learning Calendar

About the Margaret Drysdale Reading Program

This program helps children develop their reading skills under the supervision of the general manager, Julia Witherspoon. This program focuses directly on preparing children for kindergarten. Students in the Margaret Drysdale Reading Program will learn colors, shapes, numbers, vowels and how to write their names.

Margaret Drysdale Reading Program Schedule

When? age range
from Monday to Thursday 2 to 4 years old
Margaret Drysdale Reading Program Schedule

Learn more about Cops ‘N Kids Reading Center online or find updates on their Facebook page. Contact them with any questions regarding registration.

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