We help girls find and use their voice to impact their community.
We help girls at F.D. Moon Middle School (5th-8th grades) find and use their voice to impact their community. During the program, the girls are exposed to different art forms, such as art, dance, music, makeup, and poetry, and then they are challenged to create a community impact project using those art forms.
We strive to ensure girls know they have the ability to change their community even at a young age.
The goal of the Afterschool Program is to help students in 1st-8th grades @ Thelma Parks Elementary, Martin Luther King Elementary, and F.D. Moon Middle Schools improve their reading, math, and writing skills. We use project based learning to make learning fun while exposing the students to different careers and extracurricular activities.
We also use assessments and other evaluation methods to measure the students' growth and provide individualized attention.
94% of students in northeast Oklahoma City failed the state reading and math exams. Therefore, we employ volunteers to work one-on-one with the 5th-8th grade students at F.D. Moon Middle School during their lunch and study hall to improve their reading, math and writing skills, and serve as mentors.
Awkward Conversations Support Group
Making "the talk" less awakward.
Our goal is to equip parents/guardians with the tools and resources to effectively communicate with their teens about their values, sex, consent, relationships, and more.
The group meets every Tuesday for 8 weeks (beginning September 13th) at 6:30pm via Zoom. Click "Register" to receive the Zoom link.
Are you in need of counseling? Click "Sign Up for Counseling" to be connected to one of our partner agencies to receive counseling.
We partner with Spring Eternal and Sunbeam Family Services.
Summer @ FC
The goal of the Summer Program is to engage 1st-8th grade students in fun learning activities to improve their reading, writing, and math skills, while also exposing them to extracurricular activities and careers.
During the program, students are given assessments to monitor their progress and ensure they are learning. The students also attend at least two field trips during the summer.