AllentownSchool District

Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Tutoring & Enrichment


Governor Wolf's recent temporary suspension of all extracurricular activities through January 4, 2021, does NOT impact 21st Century Programs. Academic and instructional activities, such as tutoring or remedial instructional programs are not considered extracurricular activities for the purpose of the order. ASD's 21st Century Programs will continue as normal!

If you have any questions please contact the lead teacher at your school:



Days & Hours of Learning:

Contact Person

Cohort 8

Harrison-Morton, Dieruff High School

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30

Nadya Krause, Teacher Leader

Cohort 9A

Central Elementary

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30

Laura Worman, Project Coordinator

Cohort 9B

Jackson ECC, Ramos Elementary

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30

Daniel Brown, Project Coordinator

Cohort 9C

Union Terrace Elementary, Secondary Newcomer

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30

July Jimenez, Project Coordinator

Cohort 10A

Allen High School, Building 21 High School, Dieruff High School

Building 21 Days/Hours of Operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 7:00-8:00 AM and 3:30-5:30PM

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30 (Allen/Dieruff)

Heather Snyder, Project Coordinator

Cohort 10B

Harrison-Morton Middle School

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30

Nykea Alvarez, Project Coordinator

Cohort 10C

Raub Middle School, Trexler Middle School

Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:30

Christin George, Project Coordinator

Funded in full or in part with a grant by the Pennsylvania Department of Education

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers program offers educational 
activities that are designed to help students with homework and to improve 
their reading and math skills. Enrichment activities such as art, music, 
physical education,  and science are offered daily. The 21st Century program 
is funded through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education 
and will be no cost to you. 

The goals of the 21st Century After-school Tutoring Program are:
 1. Students who participate in the program will meet or exceed state and local academic achievement standards in reading and math
 2. Students who participate in the program will improve their school attendance and behavior in school
 3. Students who participate in the program will demonstrate additional positive educational, social, and behavioral changes

Virtual programming will run until the Allentown City School District returns to face-to-face instruction.  Dinner and transportation are not distributed during virtual learning. 

Parents and guardians who are interested in having their children participate 
in the program, must complete the enrollment form and return it to the 
Project Coordinator, Teacher Leader, or Project Manager.

For a 2020-2021 application, click:

English Application

Spanish Application

Please contact the appropriate Project Coordinator or Teacher Leader with any questions.  You may also contact Daniel M Brown, Interim 21st Century Project Manager at or 484-765-4094 with questions for any cohort or school program.