Welcome to Excel Beyond the Bell!
Our Excel Beyond the Bell Collaborative is a public-private partnership created by the Collaboration Council to inspire our youth to realize their full potential by offering safe, quality and accessible out-of-school time programs. Together with the Montgomery County Recreation Department and Montgomery County Public Schools, we offer the EBB Middle School Program at seven schools while striving to increase positive outcomes for youth across the county by creating and supporting a high-quality after school workforce.
“There are a lot of new things that I have learned, that you think you know as a parent, teacher, youth development practitioner, but you really just don’t, so I highly recommend to anyone to take this class!”
“EBB support was the best. The staff at the schools were all positive, ready to go and informed about our kids. I always felt that they had the kids’ best interests at heart and really wanted to provide them with a positive after school opportunity.”
RT @MoCoRec: Our summer #EBB campers at Forest Oak MS take on the physical—and fear—challenges of the Zava Zone obstacle courses. https://t…
RT @MoCoRec: Today at our Argyle MS summer #EBB, students and staff created their own superheros. Their superpower? Goodwill. https://t.co/…
RT @MoCoRec: .@MoCoCouncilMD @NancyFloreen recognizes July as Parks & Rec month with Parks' Mike Riley and our Gabe Albornoz. https://t.co/…
RT @MoCoRec: With courage and perseverance, kids in our summer #EBB at Clemente MS were flying high on the courses at Zava Zone. https://t.…
RT @MoCoRec: Exciting day of hiking/climbing on Billy Goat Trail for kids in our Youth Development summer #EBB at Forest Oak MS. https://t.…
RT @aalead: Happy #SummerLearningDay! #AALEAD is supporting over 200 youth this summer in #DC, #MD & #VA #KeepKidsLearning https://t.co/moh…
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Posted on 07/22/2016
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Join the Center for Youth Program Quality on August 18 at 2pm EST as guest presenter John Weiss, of The Neutral Zone, shares strategies around building strong youth-adult partnerships, creating a youth advisory council, and incorporating youth leadership into programs. The Neutral Zone in Ann Arbor, Mich. is, a diverse, youth-driven teen center dedicated to promoting personal growth through artistic expression, community leadership, and the exchange of ideas.
Posted by excel on 07/21/2016
The Montgomery County Collaboration Council is seeking experienced reading instructors to conduct a comprehensive reading program for children in grades 1 through 5 for the ACE Academy 21st Century Community Learning Center. Click on link above for job description and how to submit your cover letter and resume.
excel on 07/19/2016
Check out five strategies for incorporating STEM, language and literacy into your program!