Offer a safe and happy environment for all children we serve.
To make every effort to communicate in a positive manner the expectations we have of the children.
To daily serve as role models to children in actions and deeds.
To build upon the belief that when a child feels loved and respected the quality of life is better.
To be consistent in rules and guidelines using Code of Conduct policies when the safety of others are at risk and expect our parent to uphold and support these policies.
To work as a team, with all parties involved (Students/Parents/Staff/Program Administration and System Leaders) a team one who shares the common goal (the safety and well being of the children in our program).
The Lottery for Education Afterschool Programs (LEAPs) is a huge part of SACC and the success we've had the past 15 years of fulfilling this program. LEAPs provides funding for Reading and Math tutors, empathy projects, and physical camps.
The Lebanon Special School District’s mission is “Committed to a Community of Excellence”. The district provides instruction for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, as well as, services for children qualifying for special education. The Lebanon Special School District of Wilson County, Tennessee, was established by a special act of the Tennessee General Assembly in 1901. Originally, the school district corresponded to the Tenth Civil District. It has been enlarged twice, taking in areas of the Third Civil District.