PROJECTS

Passport to Adventure 2017

The 2017 Passport to Adventure is extra special this year! It is a year for celebrating oceans, waterways – and our CCC 30th Anniversary! We encourage you and your family to visit as many of our CCC members as you can over the summer months. The passport features 36 pages of sites to visit, adventures to try online and offline and much more! Participating is easy! Visit at least 7 of the sites listed in the passport and receive a beautiful Certificate of Achievement virtually. Be sure to include your Passport Adventures in the WFSU Summer Challenge for even more prizes, for more information, visit www.wfsu.org. The end of the summer celebration for the WFSU Summer Challenge is on August 5th this year, but be sure to turn everything in by July 31st. Happy Exploring!

Download the Passport to Adventure!


Education Grant

The Community Classroom Consortium Education Grant Program was created to remove financial barriers for educators to access enriching academic experiences for their students, especially those offered by CCC member organizations; to support innovative and sustainable approaches and creative ideas by funding academic projects not supported by school budgets.

View Education Grant Winners

Contact us for more information.


The Explore & Learn Portal

Linking Teachers to Authentic Learning Opportunities in the Community

The Community Classroom Consortium seeks to establish a systematic and uniform mechanism for connecting teachers with qualified non-formal education providers in the community. The “Explore & Learn Portal” will link teachers to inspiring, real-world learning experiences that closely align with and enrich the curriculum and address the priorities of participating school districts.

Read more


EDUCATION GRANT RESULTS

Congratulations to the 2012-2013 winners of the Community Classroom Consortium's Teach Grant Program.

Susan P. Davis presents a grant check to Doris Anderson

Susan P. Davis (CCC Board Member) presents a grant check to Doris Anderson (teacher and award recipient) and Karwynn Paul (Principal) at John G. Riley Elementary School.

Kim Kelling Engstrom and Carol Beck presented Killearn Lakes Elementary School teacher Lisa Fernbach with a check for kindles for her special needs students.

Kim Kelling Engstrom and Carol Beck (CCC Board Members) presented Killearn Lakes Elementary School teacher Lisa Fernbach with a check for kindles for her special needs students.

Kim Kelling Engstrom presented check to Tallie L. Gainer III and Susan Moore

Kim Kelling Engstrom (CCC Board Member) presented check to Tallie L. Gainer III and Susan Moore from Capital City High School Science Department.

Alena Crawford, Wakulla Middle School

Terry Dukes, Thomas County Middle School

Jeanette Villa, Woodville Elementary School