2016-2017

A Year of Growth and Achievement

Dear Educational Community,

It is with gratitude that HSECP acknowledges the many accomplishments and growth of this past year. Year over year, we focus on the quality of service provided through our enrichment program and school-community partnerships. While we have made achievements, each school year we close by reflecting and answering the question, “How can we serve more?” When it comes to investing in our youth, we refuse to accept complacency or the status quo of before and after school services. We recognize our responsibility as educators is to not only challenge our students to learn, but to challenge ourselves.

This past year marked our greatest year of growth. We expanded our enrichment footprint by serving five new elementary schools within two bordering counties. Over 300 new relationships were built with families, providing each with peace-of-mind to pursue their career
goals and create stability in their homes. A parent’s number one priority is to ensure their children are being cared for in an environment that is safe and secure. We acknowledge the blessing of being able to build relationships with these new families and serve their greatest need...

21st Century Enrichment Grant

Hot Spots Extended Care Program has partnered with The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools to launch for the first time during this school year 21st Century Enrichment Grants to BCPS elementary schools to fund innovative projects not funded in the school budget.

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As a not-for-profit, we are interested in developing relationships with organizations who understand the value of our vision and the importance of developing our youth.