Out-of-School Time Programs

Our Out-of-School Time programs partner with local West Michigan school districts serving youth Kindergarten through 12th Grade. The programs restore, reshape, and enrich the lives of young people through creative, community-based, and diverse educational experiences during non-school hours. Building life-shaping character, fostering healthy relationships, and nurturing socially responsible civic behavior is what our Out-of-School Time Programs strive for.

Project FOCUS

Project FOCUS (For Our Children’s Ultimate Success) provides individualized academic support to K-8th grade students while engaging participants in Enrichment Club activities and field trips supporting Cultural Awareness, College and Career Readiness, Health and Nutrition, Character Education, Youth Development, STEAM, Music and Performing Arts.

TrueNorth operates Project FOCUS at Baldwin, Hart, Holton, Muskegon Heights, Three Oaks, and Walkerville through the federally-funded 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program in partnership with the Michigan Department of Education.

Baldwin Community Schools
(Baldwin)

  • Baldwin Elementary School
    Site Coordinator: (231) 745-3261
  • Baldwin Middle School
    Site Coordinator: (231) 745-4791

Hart Public Schools
(Hart)

Holton Public Schools
(Holton)

Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System
(Muskegon Heights)

Three Oaks Public School Academy
(Muskegon)

Walkerville Public Schools
(Walkerville)

If you have a student who attends school in one of the districts we serve and would like to participate, please contact your school’s site coordinator.

Engage!

Engage! serves Hesperia Community Schools and is focused on empowering youth to reach out, give back and grow into responsible adults. 

TrueNorth operates Engage! in partnership with Hesperia Community Schools; and the program is funded through a grant from the Fremont Area Community Foundation.

If you have a student who attends school in Hesperia and would like to participate, please contact your school’s site manager.

REACH

REACH (Respect, Excellence, Academics, Community, Health) located at White Cloud Public Schools focuses on building life-shaping characters, fostering healthy relationships and nurturing socially-responsible civic behavior.

TrueNorth operates REACH in partnership with White Cloud Public Schools; and the program is funded through a grant from the Fremont Area Community Foundation.

If you have a student who attends school in White Cloud and would like to participate, please contact your school’s site manager.