Kids run club gets 21CCLC recognition

Active SWV Kids Run Club has teamed up with two awesome youth organizations to provide the most diverse afterschool programming around.

Check out what we’re doing with Coda Mountain Academy and Camp ROYAL this year!

This fall, Active SWV is once again offering a 12 week afterschool program at Fayetteville pk-8. During the 12 week outdoor program, kids will spend the first six weeks hiking on the trails by the school and learning about Leave No Trace, and spend the last six weeks learning and playing the sport of Disc golf, using the course at the school. 
Read more practice details and sign up for the Fayetteville pk-8 Kids HIKE and DISC GOLF Club (open to 3rd-5th graders): sign up form HERE

About our program

In 2020, Active SWV received a 21st Century Community Learning Center award in partnership with Coda Mountain Academy and Camp ROYAL. With this funding, our three organizations are able to provide a new, free, and diverse extra-curricular opportunity to at-risk youth for five years. This includes fully funding two new Active SWV Kids Run Clubs. 

Between this partnership, students can participate in Kids Run Club, Lego robotics, visual and performing arts, biking, scootering, and skateboarding every week!

This partnership of programs support students’ academic needs by stealthily integrating math, science, reading and writing in to activities kids love. All activities are beginner appropriate. As part of our 21st CCLC commitment, we’re proud to also offer programs and resources to families throughout the year to encourage stronger more trusting relationships between youth and the adults in their lives.

Our 21st CCLC Kids Run Clubs and partner activities are held at Fayetteville Pre-K – 8 and Oak Hill Middle School.

In addition to our 21st CCLC funded clubs, Active SWV also offers Kids Run Club programs across 6 counties. Learn more about how to start a Kids Run Club at no cost at a school in your community here.

Our partners

Our recognition as a 21st CCLC program is possible in partnership with Coda Mountain Academy and Camp ROYAL. Each offer a wide menu of after school and summer camp options in Fayette County, open to all youth. Learn more about our spectacular partners below.

About 21 CCLC funded programs

The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) program provides federal funding to support opportunities for communities to establish activities in community learning centers that:

  • Provide quality out-of-school time for academic enrichment opportunities, particularly for those students who attend low-performing and high poverty schools, to meeting West Virginia challenging academic standards in core content areas;
  • Offer families of participants opportunities for active and meaningful engagement in their children’s education, including opportunities for literacy and related educational development; and
  • Offer students a broad array of additional services, program, and activities that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participants.


Read more about 21st Century Community Learning Centers and other approved programs here.

To learn more about Active SWV Kids Run Clubs or our 21st Century Community Learning Center programs, contact:

India Krawczyk, Active SWV Youth Program Director at

[email protected]