Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association (CCEA)

Christians United in Service to the Community

Registered 501(c)3


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Generation Station Newsletter

  Looking for a program for your younger children?  If your student grades 6-9 is en-rolled in our middle/high school program, your younger children are eligible to attend our new, separate program for elementary students.
Daily program will include nutritious snack, homework time, and a daily activity. Transportation included. And as with our  Middle/High School Program — Free!

            Please call now for more information.

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Job Opening: Elementary Program Coordinator & Van Driver

                   Hours: Mon, Tues & Thursday: 3:00-6:30

                               Wed. 1:00-6:30

                  Contact: Anita Collings: 410-441-1443

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Generation Station Brochure

Out of School

Program

September 5th - May 31st

Monday-Thursday

2:45-5:30pm

Location:

290 Whitehall Rd

Elkton MD 21921

Phone (443) 350-9681

FAX     (443) 406-3192

Download a Pledge Card to Help Support the Generation Station

 

Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association

www.ccea4u.com

 

The Generation Station is an Out of School Program for students in grades six through nine. We provide a safe environment between the hours of 2:45 and 5:45pm when most parents are still working. Studies show that, left unsupervised during these hours, students are more likely to engage in at-risk behaviors. Each program day includes both homework and instructional time to help students reach their academic potential. A healthy snack is provided.

 

 

We offer the out of school program at no cost to the students or parents.

The Generation Station is a ministry of the Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association and is funded

through a partnership with Cecil
Human Service Agency. Additional funding comes from the United Way of Cecil County  and the generous support of individuals, churches, businesses and community organizations.

Your tax deductible donation can help us to keep the program available to all
students.

 

 

 

 

Students are picked up at school at dismissal time and transportation home is provided at the end of the program day.

 

Safe

Respectful

Cooperative

 

Parent packets are available at Bohemia Manor Middle and High Schools or at the Generation Station. Forms must be completed prior to program attendance.

 The Generation Station Out of School Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, or sexual orientation in providing access to programs

Generation Station

1 Randalia Road

Chesapeake City, MD 21915

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