Funding & History


TEAM 21 is funded through federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant dollars, as awarded by the Michigan Department of Education through a competitive grant process.

TEAM 21 also receives significant local, in-kind contributions from the City of Wyoming Parks & Recreation Department, Wyoming Public Schools, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools, Godwin Heights Public Schools, and Kelloggsville Public Schools.

Program History    

TEAM 21 began in 2004, when the Wyoming Public Schools and the City of Wyoming partnered to build a comprehensive after school and summer program. The program was developed out of a need for accessible academic and enrichment support for students in the district. Funded originally by one grant for 3 elementary schools in Wyoming Public Schools, the program has since expanded to include 3 additional area public school districts: Godfrey-Lee, Godwin Heights, and Kelloggsville, and currently serves students at 15 schools.


Check out our reports below:

Community Benefit Report 2016-17

Community Benefit Report 2014-2016


  Community Benefit Report 2013-14

Annual Report 2012Annual Report 2012
Annual Report 2011

Annual Report 2011