LC Counselor Connection Newsletter
May 1, 2021
CLASS OF 2021 DISTINGUISHED SCHOLARS
Congratulations, to Lawrence Central High School’s Distinguished Scholars of the Class of 2021! This recognition encompasses their hard work in the classroom, on the playing field, on stage, and in many other activities that they have been involved in that make them such an exemplary Bear! The acknowledgement as a Distinguished Scholar is only granted to 10% of the graduating class and requires students to have accomplished at a high level across many areas, making this one of the most prestigious recognitions a graduate can have at commencement.
Junior Kiwanis "Character Counts" Award Winners!
Congratulations to juniors Jainiah Harden and Charlie Hawk on receiving Kiwanis Character Counts Awards for the class of 2022! Jainiah and Charlie were recognized by the Kiwanis Club because of the strong work ethic and the high level of character that they demonstrate as LC students on a daily basis. Congrats guys!
Junior Kiwanis "Character Counts" Award Winner
Jainiah Harden & Charlie Hawk
Junior Kiwanis "Character Counts" Award Winners
Junior Kiwanis "Character Counts" Award Winner
Monday, May 3rd is LC Senior Decision Day!
Seniors! The month of May is all about celebrating you and your accomplishments! We're starting it off with Senior Decision Day on Monday, May 3rd! Rep your next step by wearing your college gear and make sure you stop by the Commons during the lunch blocks to join in the festivities! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU!
- EVERY SENIOR STUDENT MUST COMPLETE THE CLASS OF 2021 GRADUATION & SCHOLARSHIP SURVEY!
- It is ESSENTIAL that you complete this survey in order for LC to report and recognize your accomplishments accurately!
- You must log in with your LC student account in order to complete the survey!
Remember, in order to be recognized for scholarships that you've received, you must list those scholarships and provide verification via the Class of 2021 Graduation & Scholarship Survey below by May 3rd!
Every member of the Class of 2021 is REQUIRED to complete this graduation survey. Please answer all questions below as best you can so that we can report and recognize your accomplishments accurately. THIS SURVEY MUST BE COMPLETED BY MAY 3RD!
Cap and Gown Distribution ----------------------------------> May 7th
Cap and gown distribution will take place on May 7. Herff Jones will be here from 11:00-3:00 pm to help with distribution and orders. You MUST have your cap and gown ordered by no later than Friday, April 23, in order to receive it on May 7. Please note that if you plan to participate in graduation, you must have a cap and gown for the event.
Senior Luncheon -----------------------> May 7th
We will host our annual senior luncheon on May 7 from 12:00 – 2:00 pm in the fieldhouse. Herff Jones will be available nearby to pick up your cap and gown during this time as well. If you would like to attend the event itself is free, but we will require that you sign up to attend so that we can plan appropriately for food and social distancing of students.
FAFSA Deadline Extended!
The State of Indiana is extending the FAFSA filing deadline beyond the original deadline of April 15, 2021. There is no set end date for the extension. Funding will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, so students are encouraged to file as soon as possible. You can read the full press release here.
Students can continue to contact their outreach coordinator or INvestEd at 317-715-9007 or email email@example.com for assistance in filing the FAFSA.
Geist Magazine Senior Ads
If you would like to purchase a congratulatory ad in the June edition of Geist Magazine, the deadline to do so is May 14. The cost for the ad is $25, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Lawrence Township Foundation.
Class of 2021 Commencement ------------> June 9th
We will hold our commencement for the Class of 2021 on June 9 at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum at the Indiana State Fair Grounds. We will continue to monitor conditions and provide additional details regarding tickets, timing, and any other information about the ceremony as we move closer to time.
21st Century Scholars: Scholar Track Activities Must be Completed by June 30th!
All 21st Century Scholars students have specific activities that must be completed throughout high school in order to receive the 21st Century Scholarship.
Login to www.scholartrack.che.in.gov to check on your task completion and finish up any uncompleted activities by June 30, 2020.
All Scholar Success Program requirements can be completed online.
Underclassmen Honors Night -------------------------------> May 19th @ 6:00pm
- 9th, 10th and 11th-grade students' awards ceremony
- Participation by invitation only and students must have received an award to be invited
- Invited students will be notified on May 5th
Senior Honors Night -------------------------------------> May 20th @ 6:00pm
- 12th-grade students' awards ceremony
- Participation by invitation only and students must have received an award to be invited
- Seniors who received scholarships will be recognized at Honors Night; Students must provide evidence/documentation that verifies their scholarship offers
- Invited students will be notified on May 5th
SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS AND VERIFICATIONS MUST BE PROVIDED VIA COMPLETION OF THE CLASS OF 2021 GRADUATION & SCHOLARSHIP SURVEY BY MAY 3RD! NO EXCEPTIONS!
LAWRENCE CENTRAL PROM 2021 --------------------------> May 29th @ 7:00-10:00 pm
The 2021 Lawrence Central Junior/Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, May 29 from 7-10 PM!
- This year's prom will be at Daniel’s Vineyard, located at 9061 N 700 W, McCordsville, IN 46055.
- Tickets are priced at $30 per student and are on sale now in the bookstore. (We are also exploring an online purchase option, which we will announce at a later date.)
- Ticket prices cover admission, unlimited beverages, and cake! A food truck will be available for students who would like to purchase snacks throughout the evening.
- Tickets will only be available to Lawrence Central Juniors and Seniors. (Sophomores may attend as guests of a Junior or Senior, but only with approval from Ms. James after a review of grades, behavior, and attendance.)
- Due to an abundance of caution and for contact tracing purposes, we will be limiting guests to current Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors at Lawrence Central or Lawrence North ONLY. Freshmen are not permitted to attend prom. Guest forms can be found in the front office.
Lawrence Central Juniors and Seniors may bring guests to prom, but those guests must be sophomores, juniors or seniors at either Lawrence Central, Lawrence North, or Lawrence Advance Academy. In order to bring a guest, you must fill out an electronic guest request form and be approved by May 27, 2021.
- All attendees must bring their school ID's to be admitted.
We look forward to seeing you there!
LT Online Summer School and Indiana Online Academy Summer School Registrations is Happening NOW!
2021 Summer Session June 7 through July 23
Registration: April 5 - May 28
Final Exams: July 19 - July 23
LTeC Summer School:
- LTeC summer courses are delivered online. Students should expect to spend approximately 10 hours a week on each course.
- Students may register for up to 2 courses. A registration fee of $25/course will be charged for Lawrence Township students and $50/course for students who do not attend a Lawrence Township school.
- A separate registration form must be completed for each course that you would like to request
- Please Note: You will not pay for the course until you receive approval from your guidance counselor. Information regarding payment and a link will be provided at that time. June 10 will be the last day to pay for your course, or you may be withdrawn.
- Courses run from June 7 - July 23, 2020. All work must be completed by July 23.
- The last day to drop a course and receive a full refund is June 16.
- June 21 - 20 deadline. Students must have 20% of the class completed.
What to expect after you submit your course request:
- After you submit your course request, your school counselor will review and either approve or deny your request.
- You will receive a confirming e-mail. (Please allow 10 business days for completion of the approval process.)
- If the course is denied, you will be redirected to request an alternate course or to meet with your counselor.
- If the course is approved, you will receive information regarding payment. (Please note: Payment will be due no later than June 10. Payment cannot be made at your school and should NOT be made until you receive an approval e-mail.)
Links to register:
AP and IB Exam Payments
AP students and families – if you have not yet paid your AP exam fees for 2021, please do so as soon as possible!
- AP exam bills were sent to the email each student has on file in MyAP on March 12, so parents, ask your student for their bill!
- If your student is unable to locate their bill, send an email to Ms. Fogle at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy.
- For information on how to pay your bill, go here: https://lawrencecentral.ltschools.org/announcements/pay-your-ab-or-ib-exam-fees-online
ILEARN Biology End of Course Assessment
The testing window opens on Monday, April 19th. Only students currently enrolled in Biology 1 will participate in this Assessment.
- For in-person learners, all testing will take place within their Biology class.
- Students participating in Biology Virtually will receive follow-up communication from Lawrence Central Assistant Principal Corey McGarrell with details regarding testing options for our virtual students.
IU School of Nursing @ IUPUI
Make sure you're on track for graduation and life after high school! Checkout the to-do lists below!
All College-Bound Students in the Class of 2022 Should Register for an ACT and/or SAT NOW!
Any junior or senior who receives free/reduced lunch is eligible for 2 SAT and 2 ACT Fee Waivers!
Create a ScholarTrack Account!
Complete Your Scholar Success Program Tasks!
The Scholar Success Program helps students in high school and in college as they prepare for college and career success and stay on track to earn and maintain the 21st Century Scholarship. In high school and in college, each grade level has activities that should be completed each year. Scholars must complete the specific steps and track their progress online using ScholarTrack.
Access Grade-Level Scholar Success Guides and Magazines!
These guides and magazines will help connect 21st Century Scholars to the resources and information needed to complete 9th-grade, 10th-grade, 11th-grade, and 12th-grade requirements and stay on track toward graduating high school and succeeding in college!
LC Bookstore ------------------------------------------------> ALL ITEMS JUST $1!
Online Bearwear Store!
Lawrence Central is excited to announce their Online Bearwear Store! With Spring right around the corner, help support LC Student Activities by purchasing and rockin’ our NEW designs for all ages. Items will be available for purchase from March 11th until April 7th. Items can be expected to be delivered after April 21st.
Book Fee Payment
- Please note that you can now pay online on our homepage under announcements, or by clicking on this link.
- You can pay as little and as often as you would like with the new online payment feature.
- If you are in need of setting up a payment plan, please do so by reaching out to Cindy Rahm in the bookstore at (317)964-7427 or email@example.com.
- If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to Cindy Rahm (bookstore manager) or Karolina Vega (treasurer) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LCHS Yearbook Information
We're also looking for photos of your coolest class activities and projects, your at-home workspaces, and your eLearning wardrobes. Be sure to check the link often as we add new categories each week. Feel free to email Mr. Marty (email@example.com) if you have any questions!
LC Breakfast Club
The LC PFO Breakfast Club table is available every morning before school from 8:30-8:50 in the Commons. Grab items for breakfast or stock up on snacks for the day.
- Most items are 50 cents each with a few 75 cents and $1 items.
- There is a variety of granola and cereal bars, fruit snacks, Rice Krispie Treats, Pop-Tarts, peanut butter crackers, cookies, bagged snacks, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, Takis, and MORE as well as bottled water and juices.
- Profits from the morning sales help fund things like Homecoming activities, the Prom, and teacher grants which help you in the classroom. So not only are you buying reasonably priced snacks, but you’re also helping support student experiences and academic resources which benefit all students at LC.
So stop by, look around and say “Hi” to the parent volunteers who look forward to seeing you each morning in the Commons! Your support is greatly appreciated!
Indiana's Call & Learn Tutoring Service
Call 1-877-45-STUDY (1-877-457-8839) toll-free Tues-Thurs, 1pm to 5pm EST,
and connect with a real teacher for FREE!
- Grades 7-12 connect with a teacher with expertise on specific subjects: math, science, language arts and social studies.
- The educators are volunteer retired teachers. All calls are anonymous and recorded.
- There is no limit to how long calls last or the number of times you can call!
Please contact Trish Whitcomb with your questions or concerns: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812.767.2050.
Check out the flyers below to learn more!
Tutoring Support for LC Students!
The IUPUI Tutoring, Mentoring, College and Career Readiness Program will be providing FREE tutoring services virtually via IU Zoom to LC students! The tutoring group does include bilingual student support and will focus on helping students with Math, Science, English, and some World Language support. The tutors themselves are college students, but they are employed through the program and their support and abilities are regularly monitored to ensure that they are up to the various demands of our students.
Currently, tutoring will be available virtually on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM. Students must complete the enrollment process at https://portal.iuinkids.org, then will be assigned a time slot.
LC GARAGE & YARD SIGNS
Hey Bears! Are you looking to show your LC spirit and highlight your activities? Garage signs ($35) and yard signs ($24) are now available to order for the following sports and activities:
Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming/Diving, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, Wrestling
LC PERFORMING ARTS
Band, Choir, Extreme Dance, Orchestra, Show Choir, Theatre, MPLT, Color Guard, Marching Band, Winter Percussion
Show your BEAR PRIDE and order your garage sign or yard sign today!
Support Lawrence Central when you shop online! AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support Lawrence Central every time you shop, at no cost to you.
- AmazonSmile is available at smile.amazon.com on your web browser and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping app for iOS and Android phones.
- When you shop AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added benefit that AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to the LC PFO!
To support LC while you shop online, go to https://smile.amazon.com/ch/31-1207082
PLEASE SIGN UP FOR KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS!
Do you have a Kroger Plus card? If so, you can support LC just doing your regular grocery shopping! It does not cost you a penny, and the LC PFO benefits. All you need to do is register your Kroger card by going to:
- Sign-in to your account
- Select Kroger Community Rewards under the Save tab
- Select I’m a customer, view details
- Type in Lawrence Central High School PFO in the Search
- Select Lawrence Central High School PFO
- And you are enrolled!
DAILY BREAKFAST CLUB
Hey parents! Did you know that the LC PFO sets up Breakfast Club in the Commons every day before school between 8:30 am-8:50 am?
Students can purchase a variety of breakfast items like granola bars, Pop-Tarts as well as snacks they can enjoy throughout the day like Rice Krispie Treats, fruit snacks, cookies, bagged snacks, and MORE as well as water and juices. Most items cost 50 cents with a few 75 cents and $1 items. There's something for everyone!
All profits from the breakfast table sales help the LCPFO fund student experiences such as Homecoming activities and the Prom, teacher grants that in turn benefit student educational experiences, and hospitality events that show appreciation to our amazing staff. Every purchase at the breakfast table helps enhance the overall experience for students and staff and LC.
So, give your student a couple of dollars before they head out the door and remind them to check out the Breakfast Club table in the Commons when they get to school. Thank you for supporting the LCPFO Breakfast Club!
DONATE TO THE LCPFO WITH PAYPAL
The LC PFO helps raise funds and organizes events to help enhance the overall experience for the students and staff at Lawrence Central. Your contribution will make an impact whether you donate $5 or $500!
The LC PFO is a 501c3 charitable organization so make your tax-deductible donation today! You may donate to us via Paypal at Paypal.me/LCPFO
Thank you for your support!
Interested in Being a Host Family to an Exchange Student?
- Where do they come from? Over 60 countries and come fully insured, including a medical policy
- How long do they stay? 5 month or 10-month programs
- How old are they? 15-181/2 years old
- Do they know English? Yes, they have all gone through an English proficiency test, are pre-screened, and have to apply for the programs. Many of them speak multiple languages!
- What about the school? When the school agrees to accept the student, he/she will be treated like any other student, including counting in enrollment numbers.
For more info, contact Leigh Resener at 317-442-1953 or LeighResener@gmail.com.
Please see the attached scholarship information and upcoming deadlines. If you have questions about specific details, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
McDonald's $500,000 Black and Positively Golden Scholarship
- Facilitated by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) – the scholarship will be distributed during the 2021-2022 academic school year.
- HBCU students can apply for the Black &Positively Golden Scholarship now through May 10 by going to https://www.tmcf.org/students-alumni/scholarship/tmcf-mcdonalds-black-and-positively-golden-scholarships/.
Circle City Classic Scholarships
Indiana Black Expo, Inc. is committed to assisting Indiana students in their pursuit of higher education.
- Scholarships will be awarded to current high school seniors and students currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution who exhibit outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community service.
- More than $4.6 million has been awarded to students since 1984.
- The deadline for all scholarship applications is May 15, 2021, at Midnight Eastern Daylight Time.
Eligibility requirements and scholarship application is available at https://circlecityclassic.com/scholarships/
Vincennes University Scholarship
Vincennes University is offering its CTE-Housing scholarship. Any student who took any class at McKenzie, at any time during high school, will be eligible for at least a partial housing scholarship provided they meet the required GPA.
Unlike years past, this year's scholarship does not include a meal plan, however, there is now a minimum award of $1,000 ($500 per semester for the first year). The minimum award was added because the scholarship is last dollar, and previous students, whose expenses were completely covered by other scholarships/grants, did not receive any financial benefit from the housing scholarship.
Students can apply for the scholarship by visiting:
Students will need to also apply to VU (or update their application if they are a VU dual-credit student) by visiting: vinu.edu/apply
The deadline is May 1st. If anyone has any questions please contact Dr. Brent Stocksdale at MCIT.
Keia J Adams Scholarship
The Rashia Whitlock Foundation is pleased to announce the “Keia J Adams Scholarship.
This college scholarship is being offered to high school seniors, graduating in the 2020 - 2021 school year, who will be attending a regionally accredited U.S. college or university, and pursuing an Associate or Bachelor's degree. The Foundation will award five individual $1,000 scholarships.
Earn Micro-Scholarship via RaiseMe!
- ...you could earn scholarship money from colleges every time you got a good grade in high school?
- ...you could earn money for playing sports, participating in school clubs, being a leader, volunteering in the community, and more?
Well, with the help of RaiseMe, you can earn scholarships by doing things that will improve your chances of getting into many colleges and universities. Every time you reach a goal, like getting good grades or doing extracurricular activities, you can earn micro-scholarships starting as early as 9th grade!
Raise.me lets you keep track of your achievements and the money you earn in the form of micro-scholarships. By earning micro-scholarships on Raise.me, you're learning about what you can do to earn even more money from the colleges and universities you're interested in.
You can even earn your first micro-scholarship now...watch the video below to get started and sign up for FREE at https://www.raise.me/join/2264760616
Scholarships Updated Weekly in Naviance!
Any and all scholarship opportunities that LC becomes aware of will be listed in Naviance!
- Most colleges and universities have need and merit-based scholarships to offer.
- All scholarship information should be provided for free! Never pay for a scholarship search service.
- Find national scholarships on www.fastweb.com and www.scholarships.com.
If you recieve mail/email about a scholarship opportunity that feels like a scam, speak to your school counselor to determine its validity!
If you have forgotten your Naviance Username or Password, contact Tim Taylor at email@example.com.
Ivy Tech Summer Bridge Program
IUB 2021 Luddy Pre-College Summer Program Application
June 21-25, 2021
* Program Fee: $300
The 2021 Luddy Pre-College Program is a five-day virtual camp for high school students to explore how the Luddy community uses and designs computational tools to solve problems in engineering, science, and society.
Participants will learn to use the python programming language to control a multiplicity of systems, interact with experts across our school, and gain a broad vision for computing in the 21st century.
- intelligent sound-processing, microbiome gene sequencing, collecting scientific data using robots, 3D modeling and photogrammetry, virtual world design, strategic intelligence, cryptocurrencies, smart homes and automation, makerspaces, cybersecurity, designing for humans and animals, and more.
To make the virtual camp more immersive, we have:
- A "Minecraft" style virtual lobby, with a 3D recreation of the Luddy School buildings and its surrounding ecosystems. From this lobby students can connect with lectures, workshops, and games hosted by Luddy faculty, staff, and students.
- A dedicated undergraduate facilitator for each small group. This facilitator helps students with initial software setup and helps mentor participants throughout the 5-day camp.
2021 Marian University Healthcare Camp
Marian University Healthcare Camp - June 21-25, 2021
This one-week day camp is a hands-on, high-tech, and interactive experience for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors interested in learning more about the healthcare professions. This immersive experience will explore the variety of careers in the healthcare and medical fields and give participants a glimpse of what a day as a healthcare professional might be like.
The goal of this camp is to develop a more diverse workforce by providing underrepresented populations with access to high-quality educational opportunities. And, in addition to the hands-on exposure to the diversity of healthcare careers, more than $500,000 in Marian University scholarships will be available to camp participants!
- Interact with Marian University medical and nursing students, faculty, and clinical partners.
- Perform actual procedures in a medical simulation lab.
- Learn how to stint broken bones.
- Learn the science of sports performance.
- Practice medical research.
**Submit ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS (online application, transcripts, letter of interest, letter of recommendation) by the Friday, May 14th, 2021 deadline at 11:59pm to get a full applicant selection opportunity for the Healthcare Camp!
IU Honors Program in Foreign Languages
When: The Arabic and Mandarin sessions run 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 14 to 25. The Portuguese session (Pre-K to Grade 5 only) runs same times June 21 to July 2.
Where: Blackwell Building, International School of Indiana, 4330 N. Michigan Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208
Cost: $300 per week (lunch not included). Participants should bring food, drinks and snacks.
Flexible options: Not sure which language to select? Try them all! Participants can sign up for one, two or all three languages.
No language experience required: The camp is designed for beginner-level students to ensure everyone has a great experience. Lesson content is unique each week and does not repeat.
Hoosier Health Academy Application: Now Open!
The application for HCOP Hoosier Health Academy is NOW OPEN! This is a 6-week summer program for entering 11th graders through graduating 12th-grade students in Marion County who are interested in pursuing a healthcare career or are interested in the STEM field.
The program runs Monday-Thursday on June 14-July 22, 2020 from 9 am-3 pm.
The link to apply is below: (Application deadline May 14, 2021)
Ball State Summer Interior Design Workshop
For the past twelve years, Ball State’s Interior Design program has offered a high school workshop where high school students of all grade levels (including graduating seniors) learn about interior design in a hands-on way. The workshop explores fundamentals of 2D and 3D concepts, basic drawing skills, the use of color and light, and how interior environments affect human behavior.
This year BSU will be offering two options for workshops:
· A ten-day on-campus workshop during the summer
· And (2) four-week online workshops during the summer
For more information and registration, visit www.bsu.edu/designforum.
IUB Balfour Pre-College Academy
The mission of the Balfour Scholar's Program is to diversify higher education and help students transition into college. In the summer, BSP hosts the Balfour Scholars Pre-College Academy (BSPA). The Pre-College Academy is a free summer program for high school students that helps cultivate students' academic and career development while connecting students to useful resources and networks.
This year, due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Pre-College Academy will be held fully online. In addition, the Balfour Scholars Pre-College Academy is accepting applications from current high school students (9th-12th grade).
The program takes place Tuesday, July 6th, 2021-Thursday, July 10th, 2021. We encourage all students to apply by Sunday, May 2nd, 2021.
For more information on the program, please follow this link:
The virtual application can be found here:
Free Dual-Credit Summer Course for High School Students by Ball State University
Rising juniors and seniors are eligible to take the summer camp as a dual-credit course to receive 3 credits for both high school and college graduation. See the flyer below for additional information!
Upcoming Online and Abroad Opportunities from CET Academic Programs
Brush up your Japanese, Chinese, or Arabic through a virtual language and culture this coming summer! Our intensive programs are open to all high school graduates, including gap students, students currently in college, or even adult learners.
- Check out options for this coming summer here.
- Apply by April 1 for Japanese and May 1 for Chinese and Arabic.
Global Virtual Internship
Intern at a global organization or business in one of our internship sites around the world – virtually!
- Check out possible internship placements and more information here.
- Apply by May 1 for summer.
CET Custom Language Training
Looking for something more tailored to your specific needs? Whether you have years of experience or are a total beginner, CET’s Custom Language Training is tailored to suit your interests and needs, on your schedule. With one-on-one live online sessions with an experienced instructor in Arabic, Chinese, or Japanese, CET works with you to meet your specific language goals, tailored to your learning style. Sessions are offered each quarter, in packages of 20, 40, or 60 hours.
- Learn more about CLT here.
- Register by March 15 for the upcoming spring quarter session.
Gap at CET
Taking a year off and hoping to go abroad? Get top-tier instruction and take your skills to new levels with CET’s immersive and engaging gap programs. All CET gap programs have optional college credit, with a focus on intensive language study or an international internship experience. Summer, Fall, Janterm, and Spring semester options are available.
- More information about programs and the application process here.
- Apply by May 1 for fall 2021 and November 1 for spring 2022.
Interested in helping out with LT JumpStart After Care at elementary schools this summer? Apply for a summer position below! The pay is $9.09/hr.