A TYPICAL FAMILY NIGHT

  • 4 vans provide transportation to over 90 people.
  • 280 meals are served from 6:00-6:30 PM

DINNER AND SHOPPING FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES

The School Store is open during dinner at least every other week providing needed supplies at no cost. Over 10,000 items have been distributed this year!  The store is stocked by generous donations of school supplies along with proceeds from the Ink Cartridge Recycling Program.

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLUBS

115 Middle School students participate in clubs from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. More than 10 clubs from robotics to Latin dancing, there is something for everyone.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS

At the same time, Preschool and Elementary siblings enjoy enrichment activities.

PARENT PROGRAMMING

While children are engaged, parents choose from ESL (English as a Second Language), Getting Ahead Pathways Out of Poverty Program, or other weekly topics

GET INVOLVED at McClintock  

“…the McClintock Partners in Education Program [is] a ground-breaking partnership ministry that is setting a high standard for effectiveness and inclusivity in Charlotte. Their Family Night Program is the cornerstone of their work, for in that time relationships are built, community is deepened, education is happening, and lives are being deeply affected.”
                                      Paul Hanneman, Program Director Urban Ministry Center

 

THE DIFFERENCE BEING MADE

  •  2008-2009 math EOGs for school as a whole:  67.4% at or above grade level vs. 59.3% for previous year
  •  Students who participated in Family Nights 8 or more times: 84.0% at or above grade level
  •  2008-2009 Reading EOGs for school as whole:  56.8% at or above grade level vs. 45.4% for previous year
  •  Students who participated in Family Nights 8 or more times: 60.0% at or above grade level.
  •  Last year 30 students attended 8 or more times.
  •  As of March 23, 2010, already 144 students have attended 8 or more times.