PAULDING — Western Buckeye Educational Service Center, in partnership with Wayne Trace Local Schools, was awarded a continuation grant for year three of its 21st Century Community Learning Center. The program will continue to focus on increasing math and reading achievement, enhancing positive youth development and encouraging parent and family engagement. The staff have been working diligently and are looking forward to continuing a collaborative relationship with administration and staff to effectively serve the students at Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School.

The program will be held from 2:45-4:45 p.m., Monday-Thursday beginning Sept. 22. There is no cost for this program. Transportation will be provided back to the neighboring villages of Latty, Payne, Haviland and Grover Hill.

For more information or an application contact Ashley Shepherd at (419) 399-4711 or email