COVID-19 Updates

  • Western Dubuque Programs Back to In-Person – Starting Oct. 19

    Hello Peosta, Seton and Dyersville Families, St. Mark Leadership just wrapped up their weekly meeting and it has been decided that we WILL plan on going back ‘in-person’ for programming in Western Dubuque starting Monday, October 19th! Of course our staff, students, families are #1 priority and we will continue to monitor the positive rate and our Covid Planning Policy and keep you updated with any additional updates or changes. We can’t wait to see your kiddos next Monday (10/19/20)!

  • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program Accepting Applications Nov. 1

    Struggling to pay the bills? Know someone who is? The Iowa Department of Human Rights announced that it will begin accepting applications for energy assistance on Nov. 1. To learn more, visit https://humanrights.iowa.gov/dcaa/where-apply or call 211. Below is more information provided from the agency.

  • Update: Western Dubuque St. Mark Program In-Person Suspended Additional Week

    I am sad to share that we will be extending our program suspension an additional week due to the increasing positivity rate and lack of staff capabilities for in-person program. At this time, our plan is to return to in-person program on Monday, October 19th. St. Mark Leadership is continuing to monitor the positivity rate and will keep you posted on when we could/would transition back to in-person programming in the future in Western Dubuque. We will continue to offer virtual programming and families activity/and social emotional bags. We will be keeping parents/partners/staff updated on Monday’s during time time on program updates. We appreciate your understanding during this time, as safety of our staff, students, families are #1 priority.  Included below is our “What to Expect from Virtual Program” Flyer to remind you that we will be sending home weekly activity bags, offering live zoom calls, and providing one-on-one check-ins or homework help as needed. Please continue to utilize our staff to support your families needs!Linked below also are our COVID Protocols for your reference. If you have any questions, requests, or need assistance navigating our virtual platforms, please feel free to contact me! As always, feel free to reach out to our team at any time.  Thank you, Taylor Programs: Taylor Noel, tnoel@stmarkyouthenrichment.org  563-582-6211 ext. 108 Related https://stmarkyouthenrichment.org/coronavirus-protocol-update/  

Before School Program

Students in K-5th engage in homework help, technology, literacy activities, games, hands-on enrichment and more. Students can also participate in school breakfast program.

M-F: 7 a.m. until start of school at Audubon, Fulton, Marshall, and Dyersville.

After School Program

Students in K-5th engage in homework help, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts,and math) literacy activities, hands-on enrichment, field experiences, community service, and more.

M-F: after school dismissal until 5:30 p.m. at Audubon, Lincoln, Marshall, Dyersville, Peosta, & Seton Catholic

For more information

Contact Taylor Noel, Dubuque Program Coordinator at 563.582.6211 x103 or tnoel@stmarkyouthenrichment.org.


Heroes Summer Academy

Launching Heroes

Join us for an energetic 5 weeks of building better learners, readers, kids and heroes. Program includes field trips in conjunction with literacy, STEAM and Conscious Discipline curriculum. Also partnering again with the Dubuque Museum of Art with ArtSMARTS.

June 29- July 31

Learn more about Heroes Summer Academy
For more information

Contact Taylor Noel, Dubuque Program Coordinator at 563.582.6211 x103 or tnoel@stmarkyouthenrichment.org.


Family Engagement

Events

Held throughout the school year, these events offer our families an opportunity to connect with each other, our team, and community partners, while sharing a meal and participating in activities, field trips, and sponsored events. Building community and sharing helpful tips and resources for parents to promote education in the home is a key indicator of student success.


Community

Initiatives

St. Mark Youth Enrichment leads a variety of community initiatives, including “Apples for Students” through which we provide school supplies to more than 1,600 area students; and the Sponsor Angels program through which we provide warm winter clothing to students in need. 

Staff

Resources