Are you a 4th-8th grade student in the Norman area?
Do you have a desire to learn and grow in your leadership?
Are you interested in discovering and developing your passion?
Are you ready for new experiences and collaborating with new friends?
If you answered YES to all these questions,
Loveworks could be the place for you!
Between 3:00pm to 6:00pm, students are most likely to be influenced in either a positive or negative way. It is the choices they make during these afternoon hours and the people they spend time with that make a difference that can last a lifetime. Loveworks Afterschool Leadership is designed to help students make positive life choices, discover career paths, and set them on a trajectory for personal success. Students will improve their social, emotional, intellectual, physical, career, financial, and community well-being by pursuing a life where they can apply their unique leadership qualities and discover their dreams.
Volunteers and mentors facilitate groups, games, conversations, and meal times. Each student receives personalized attention, snack, and a nutritious dinner meal, while participating in specialized projects involving local artists and community professionals. Experiential learning projects are geared towards developing skill sets within the students and broadening their awareness to cultural diversity.
1X PER WEEK, 1 SEMESTER COMMITTMENT
TUESDAYS: 4TH-6TH GRADE
3:00 PM-6:00 PM
WEDNESDAYS: 4TH-8TH GRADE
4:00 pm-6:00 pm
THURSDAYS: 6TH-8TH GRADE
4:00 pm-6:00 pm
THE LOVEWORKS CENTER
151 12TH AVE SE, SUITE 100, NORMAN, OK 73071
FAMILY CODE: BE R.E.A.L
RESPECT, ENCOURAGE, APPRECIATE, LOVE
We know that support from parents makes a big difference:
Students and parents or guardians interested in applying for a placement in the Loveworks Afterschool Leadership program should understand the expectations and commitment for participation.
ATTENDANCE + SCHEDULE
We ask that families commit to a 1 semester, once-per-week attendance at Loveworks Afterschool Leadership.
3:00 pm Student Arrival + Rise Up
3:30 pm Leadership and Character Building
4:30 pm Hands-on Project Learning
5:30 pm Dinner
6:00 pm Parent Pick-up
CODE & ATTITUDE
Students should commit to follow the Loveworks Code of being R.E.A.L.: Respectful, Encouraging, Appreciative, and Loving toward other students, volunteers, mentors, and staff. Determine to make the most of the opportunity to grow at Loveworks, disconnecting from technology, and challenging yourself in your personal growth.
CLEANING PRACTICES + MASKS
Loveworks has increased cleaning practices and supplied all areas with appropriate cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer. Masks will be provided and required for any person inside the building.
4th and 5th Grade on Tuesdays:
At this time, Parents and Guardians will need to provide transportation to and from the Loveworks Center for the program.
6th-8th Grade on Thursdays:
Students at Alcott, Irving, Longfellow, and Whittier have transportation provided through Norman Public Schools buses directly from the school to Loveworks on Thursdays. Bus route information will be provided after registration.
ENROLLMENT FEE + SCHOLARSHIPS
The only fee for Loveworks Afterschool Programming is an enrollment fee of $99 each semester, billed once student is accepted. There is no fee to apply. While there is a one-time enrollment fee of $99 per semester, the program is greatly below the cost due to the generosity of individual donors, community foundations, grants, companies, and families who believe in our mission. Find out how you can be a contributor here.
We believe a dollar sign should never stand in the way of a student’s success and offer scholarships based off of need. Please reach out to Carolyn Le at email@example.com for more information.
Ready to get started?
It is best for students to complete the application with a parent or guardian since questions are directed to both adults and students. Please allow 15-30 minutes to complete the application. We suggest that you carefully consider each question and respond in complete sentences.
Our staff reviews each application before a student is accepted to start the program. These applications help us to better know the students we are serving. Once accepted and the enrollment fee is paid, students along with a parent/guardian must attend an orientation meeting before starting.