About 21st CCLC

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21st Century Community Learning Centers

2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 414
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Phone: 405-522-6225  
Fax: 405-522-2269 

This program supports the creation of 21st Century Community Learning Centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours.

Designed as a supplementary program to enhance state or local reform efforts, this program assists students in meeting academic standards in core subjects (math, reading, science, social studies) by providing out-of-school services to students and their families.


The 21st Century Community Learning Centers federal grant program:

  • Targets high-need, high-poverty, low-performing schools;
  • Implements highly effective research-based programs to address academic needs; and
  • Provides academic assistance along with enrichment opportunities to help students graduate college, career, and citizen ready.
21st CCLC Blue Book

This brochure gives a brief introduction to an overview of the 21st Century Comunity Learning Center federal grant program. Click on the link to take a look and get to know all about our program!

Meet Our Team

Sonia Johnson, Director

Sonia Johnson is the Director of 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. 21st CCLC programs provide expanded learning opportunities for over 15,000 Oklahoma students during their out-of-school hours.     

Prior to joining the Department of Education, Sonia served as the Director of the Oklahoma Afterschool Network, a statewide initiative working to ensure that all of Oklahoma’s children and youth have access to safe, enriching learning opportunities during their out-of-school time.  

Additionally, she has served as an Early Education Specialist with Drake University Early Head Start. Her work there focused on pregnant and parenting teens – and before joining Drake University, Sonia served as the university child care consultant for Iowa State University. In her role at Iowa State, Sonia was responsible for developing a variety of community partnerships aimed at improving the affordability, accessibility, and quality of child care services available to university students, faculty, and staff.  

A graduate of Iowa State University, Sonia has a keen interest in youth development strategies and community-school partnerships that will help meet the needs of Oklahoma’s children and youth more effectively, from the early childhood years through adolescence.

Sonia and her husband Jim have two sons. Together they actively serve in a number of leadership positions within their local school, faith, and athletic communities.

Shante Fenner, Grant Specialist

Shante Fenner brings over eighteen years of experience in public health and has a multifaceted background in community engagement, health planning, and program development. She is an enthusiastic advocate and champion for health in both her professional and personal life. Currently, she works with the Oklahoma State Department of Education where she is the Grant Specialist for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers. Previously, she worked with the American Heart Association as the Community Impact Director for Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy. She is involved in numerous community initiatives, including the Wellness Now Coalition, THRIVE-OKC Board, and several others.

Tracie Raibourn, Coordinator

Tracie Raibourn joins the 21st CCLC team after almost four years as the STEM Coordinator in the Office of Curriculum and Instruction. Prior to coming to work at the Oklahoma State Department of Education, she worked for Edmond Public Schools as a teacher’s assistant and as a sub for the aftercare program at Angie Debo Elementary.

Tracie grew up in Weatherford and is a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University. She and her husband Darin have two sons all of which are involved in scouting. Tracie enjoys serving on the Women’s Council at church, the Employee Council at the Oklahoma State Department of Education, and as the past Director of the Caravans program at her church.

Hannah Smith, Administrative Assistant

Hannah graduated from Westmoore High School in 2016. Previously, she worked at the Oklahoma County Jail and started working for OSDE in August 2017. She enjoys her position now here at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. She has recently moved out to Yukon, OK and lives with her boyfriend Garrett, pet rabbit Nibbles and dog Rufus!


21st CCLC Quality Coaches

The Oklahoma 21st CCLC Quality Coaches provide training, technical assistance, and improvement planning services to first-year 21st CCLC grantees. The goal of the coaches is to effectively support the grantees in building quality 21st CCLC programs. 

Janet Bullard, Quality Coach

Janet is retired after 29 years teaching in Oklahoma at Tannehill and Quinton Schools, both in Pittsburg County. Janet and her husband, Joe, enjoy life on their ranch near Quinton. She enjoys cooking and photography and has had several photos published in Outdoor Oklahoma.

Rita Montgomery, Quality Coach

Rita Montgomery is recently retired from Sand Springs Public Schools after 31 years of experience as everything from school secretary to principal.  Before that, she worked in the private sector. However, her favorite work is out-of-school time programming which she did for 12+ years.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Northeastern State University and a master’s degree in Special Education from Oklahoma State University. 

She lives in Sand Springs with her husband, Mike.  Their son, Loren Montgomery, coaches high school football in Bixby; and their daughter, Katy Montgomery, is a high school guidance counselor in Asheville, NC.  Their favorite activities involve their grandchildren, Guy and Sloane.

Andrea Shreve, Quality Coach

Andrea Shreve received her BA in Elementary Education from Oklahoma Baptist University and her Masters in Education Administration from East Central University.  She retired from education after 31 years in public education.  She was a classroom teacher for 17 years before working as a principal and then a superintendent. 

Andrea lives with her husband, Jimmy, in NE Oklahoma where they enjoy traveling, hiking, and spending time with their grandchildren. 

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Last updated on August 26, 2021