Erin Church Honored by Wayne M.O.S.T.

Erin Church Honored by Wayne M.O.S.T.
Posted on 05/15/2018
(L-R) Michael Hayden, Erin Church, Richard Drahms, Jay RoscupErin Church, 21st Century Community Learning Center program coordinator at Clyde-Savannah Central School District, was named 2018 Community Champion by Wayne M.O.S.T. Mrs. Church's contributions to the Clyde-Savannah community were recognized by 21st CCLC Regional Network Lead Jay Roscup with an award presentation on Wednesday, May 9 at the Clyde-Savannah Board of Education meeting.

Members of the Wayne M.O.S.T. Executive Board selected Mrs. Church for her unwavering dedication to youth programming excellence in Wayne County that consistently enriches the lives of young people and their families.

Since 2010, Mrs. Church has been a highly visible leader in the Clyde-Savannah community as the coordinator of its array of afterschool and summer youth programs for elementary, middle, and high school students. Her enthusiasm for sparking curiosity and and a love of learning through her variety of initiatives is evident in everything she does. Her communication, consistency, and visibility to parents and families is widely respected. Mrs. Church has been a consistent example and resource to other 21st CCLC coordinators throughout the region seeking ideas to better engage students in out-of-school time experiences.

Wayne M.O.S.T. is a network of educators and community advocates who are invested in the success of young people living in Wayne County through the development of afterschool, extended learning, and enrichment programs designed to "Maximize Out of School Time." For more information about Wayne M.O.S.T., visit

Photo Caption:
Clyde-Savannah Superintendent Michael C. Hayden
Clyde-Savannah 21st CCLC Coordinator Erin Church
Clyde-Savannah BOE President Richard Drahms
Consortium Districts Grants Administrator Jay Roscup
Photo courtesy of Bryan Peck