**After School Transportation changes for 2017-2018**
There will be a change to transportation provided by MSCR for after school programs that returning Black Hawk families will notice. There will no longer be 3:35 school service Metro buses at the school (Any changes to Metro main line routes would be part of Metro schedule and not this notice).
Starting with the start of full MSCR programming on September 18th, there will be a first late bus provided at 4:15. This bus will be provided by Badger Bus and will follow a similar route to past 3:35 Metro routes.
MSCR will continue to provide a bus after programming that will be leave the school at 5:15 and follow similar routes to the past MSCR 5:00 bus.
MSCR will structure programming schedules to account for these changes.
Remaining contents of this page including MSCR after school schedules, offerings and contact information will be updated as soon as possible.
MSCR Afterschool Youth Resource Center (YRC) and Community Learning Center (CLC) at Black Hawk Middle School
YRC/CLC Programming is drop in and open to all students in the school. YRC/CLC is not a child care program and does not operate on all school days. Programming is interest based and promoted primarily through school announcements and in school sign ups. YRC/CLC operates most Mondays – Thursdays from the third week of September – the third week of May. BHMS’ CLC also provides Friday Programming Nov – Spring Break
Typical Afterschool Schedule
Early Release PCT Mondays: 1:50 - 4:45 - Academic Enrichment and Recreational Clubs Meet
4:45-5:00 - Dinner provided
5:10 - MSCR bus transports students home - provided by Badger Bus
Tuesday – Thursday and non PCT Mondays
2:50-3:45 Academic Support and Academic Enrichment Clubs
3:45 First late bus arrives – provided by Madison Metro
3:45-4:45 Sports Practices and Recreational Program (REC) and clubs
4:45-5:00 Dinner Provided
5:10 Second MSCR late bus arrives – provided by Badger Bus
Fridays (November - Spring Break)
2:50-3:45 Academic Support & Recreational Programming - 3:45 Metro Bus
REC is a drop in recreational program that is offered 3:45-4:45 Tue - Thur. REC offers participants a choice of activities and more social time.
Afterschool sports are also sponsored by MSCR with staff members serving as coaches.
Sports are coed and are available to 7th and 8th grade students unless noted by *(These sports are available to 6th grade students)
Fall Sports Winter Sports Spring Sports
Flag Football Boys Basketball Track and Field
Cross Country* Girls Basketball Tennis*
Ultimate Frisbee* Soccer
Afterschool sport availability may vary some from school to school dependent on student interest, availability of coaches and availability of practice space.
The goal of MSCR afterschool YRC/CLC programs is to provide Black Hawk students a safe and structured environment after school while participating in positive social, recreational and educational activities. Most Clubs, Sports and Rec are free to students!
For more information and/or questions, please contact Kelli Semrau (Ms. Kelli), MSCR Afterschool Coordinator and Urban League/Schools of Hope Tutor Coordinator