PROGRAM I.M.P.A.C.T.

Tendaji is creating a generation of scholarly, wholesome, well-rounded citizens of the world, regardless of one’s start or background.

 

PROGRAM I.M.P.A.C.T

In partnership with Local School Districts

Program I.M.P.A.C.T., our signature after-school program, creates tailor-made plans to meet specific students’ needs and provides exploration of various subjects to supplement school-day offerings.

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I.M.P.A.C.T

I.M.P.A.C.T. stands for Improving Youth by Measuring Progress of Academics and Character Through Transformation.

Our team identifies and addresses students’ reading and math deficiencies and strives for improvement through tutoring and the Homework Center.

Educational enrichment includes STEM, which fosters computational thinking and focuses on real-world applications to solve problems, all while discovering the world of robotics and scientific experiments.

Through dynamic community partnerships, students receive in-depth lessons in the arts, such as dance, voice, drama and instrumental music. Students also engage in fun, interactive activities that broaden their scope of knowledge about careers and their community beyond school.

Creative and engaging Learning sessions are Tailor-made to meet students’ needs.

“A decade of research and evaluation studies, as well as large-scale, rigorously conducted syntheses looking across many research and evaluation studies, confirms that children and youth who participate in after school programs can reap a host of positive benefits in a number of interrelated outcome areas—academic, social/emotional, prevention, and health and wellness.”- After School Programs in the 21st Century: Their Potential and What It Takes to Achieve It (Little, Wimer, & Weiss, 2008)

Program I.M.P.A.C.T. serves students from nearly 25 elementary schools in the Little Rock School District and Pulaski County Special School District.

An extension of the program is the A.R.T. (Arts, Reading & Technology) IMPACT Summer Camp for youth kindergarten through 8th grade.