Array of Brighter Beginnings Inc.

Array of Brighter Beginnings Inc.

NLD ID #88901
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Contact Information

301 McCullough Dr. Ste 400
Charlotte, NC 28262

Primary Contact

Carlos Webb

(980) 216-6899 Ext:(704)-909-2722

Hours of Operation

Monday-Saturday 9am-6pm

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Program Overview

Array of Brighter Beginnings (ABB)
program will be held daily after school from September to May. Upon arrival, students will have a snack and engage in a small tutorial group that will include homework help, reviewing agenda and the syllabus for upcoming assignments. Next, students will participate in math, literacy lessons, social studies and science. Daily, a literacy lesson will be provided based individual needs of the students. The sessions will include independent reading to build fluency, word work to strengthen phonics and phonemic awareness skills, and guided reading to build comprehension strategies and skills. The center will utilize a recommended published list by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Library System and students will participate in social skills groups to discuss a range of topics including respect, integrity, and anger management. The day will end with the student coming together to reflect and build self-appraisal. On Friday, students will hand in reading logs and progress reports. Friday will be designated for enrichment activities or interventions from partnerships. Each Friday will be a time of celebration and highlighting success or progress of any kind. The ABB summer program will begin the
week after the school year ends and run until the week before the new school year begins, June- August. The schedule consists of two, 1 hour academic sessions and two 1hour enrichment sessions. The academic sessions will
include Math, Literacy lessons, social studies and science supervised by credentialed teachers. ABB looks to reduce academic learning loss by reviewing material from previous grade and introduce new concepts and material for upcoming year. ABB staff will build rapport with program participants and their families through services provided during the afterschool program. This will allow ABB staff to have a better understanding
of the needs of students and families.

Student and Volunteer Success Stories

" I have vever had any one to stick with me or help me like you have"
This was a quote form a college student that Array tutored. He was recruited in college for his skills in football. He attended college and played football for awhile and deceided he did not want to play anymore. He decided to join the band and played on the drumline as a symbol player. He noticed his grades were declining no matter how hard he studied or tryed. He had a slight mental disability along with writing and reading comprehension. This made it extremely difficult understanding what he heard and read. He was ready to give up, due to his grades where unacceptable on a collegiate level. He and his mom reached out to Array for help. Array scheduled meetings with the Dean and his professors. There were decisions mad collectively that best suited his needs so that he would not drop out of college. Through days, weeks and two and half years of tutoring and mentoring him, he was able to graduate from collge with a bachelor degree in Computer Science. He graduatled and was asssited with gaining employment in his major.

This program listing was last updated: October 24, 2019.

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Education services

  • Read and write better
  • Help my child learn
  • Study for my high school equivalency exam
  • Learn English
  • Improve my math skills
  • Improve my technology skills
  • Volunteer at a program

Instruction Type

  • Online