21st Century Solutions for Today's Students
The Cub House is a 21st Century Community Learning Center program that provides students with academic enrichment opportunities and activities designed to complement their regular school day's academic program during non-school hours. The Cub House at Monett R-I School District will provide a range of high-quality services to support student learning and development, such as mentoring, homework help, academic enrichment, community service opportunities, as well as music, arts, sports, and cultural activities.
Benefits of The Cub House
Improved student test scores and grades
Improved school attendance and engagement in learning
Improved social and emotional behavior
Improved health and wellness
Services offered to PreK-8th grade levels
Evening bus transportation available
If your student is not currently enrolled in the Monett R-I School District, an additional enrollment form will be required.
The Cub House 21CCLC is offered free of charge to all PreK-8th grade students living within the Monett R-I School District.
Adult Education Courses
Parenting Resources & Training Opportunities
FREE Evening Meal
Fun Enrichment Activities
21st Century Community Learning Centers was formerly a federally funded program that allowed schools to create and/or enhance after-school programs. With the passing of the "No Child Left Behind Act of 2001," ESEA Act, the 21st Century Community Learning Center program transitioned to state control and administration via a competitive grant process.
the Monett R-I School District has been awarded this 5-year grant to supplement services offered to students and families in our district, including services for privately and home-schooled students, adult continuing education courses, and parent education.
Monett R-I School District - After-School Program
Kayla Roderman, Program Director - 417-235-5445
Kassie DeLaSalle, MES Site Director - 417-235-3411
Kourtney Brown CPE Site Director - 417-354-2168
Layla Minton MIS/MMS Site Director - 417-235-6151
Dr. Mark Drake, Superintendent