Can Do Kids is a faith-based fun program for children Kindergarten to 5th grade. Can Do Kids' mission is for children to experience God's love, know the Bible, and live out biblical values.

This year there will be two separate groups of Can Do Kids.

3rd-4th-5th grade will meet Tuesdays from 3:15-5:30pm.

Kindergarten-1st-2nd will meet Thursday afternoons from 3:15pm to 5:30pm.  

Families are invited to share in dinner with leaders and kids at 5pm. 

Cost: $5 per child per semester.  This cost will help cover supplies, meals, and other expenses.

Note to Bent Parents! If your child will be walking from Bent to NNCC with the Can Do Kids leaders, please inform Bent administration upon registration.

Reading buddies for 3-4-5th graders

register for reading buddies here!

Does your child need help with homework? 

Looking for a fun way to improve reading and math skills?

Want to play basketball, learn a new skill, and make new friends?

Reading Buddies is a new, non-faith based program at NNCC for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders.  Students will be paired up with a college student or adult, finish homework for the week, spend time reading and playing games, and then learn a new skill!  

Thursdays - 3:15pm-5pm.  Dinner following for students and families.

Cost: $5 per child per semester.  This cost will help cover supplies, meals, and other expenses.

For more information, contact Sarah.

Jump 4 joy ministries

Jump 4 Joy Squad is a partner of NNCC.  It is committed to teaching children about Christ through hard work and dedication to jumping rope.  

The Jump 4 Joy Team practices Tuesday and Thursday evenings at NNCC, and there are classes for beginner and intermediate jumpers throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall.  

To learn more about Jump 4 Joy Squad, visit the website or contact Coach Terrell.

Food for Bent School

Organized through Bent Elementary School, the Food for Bent program offers students in need a bag of food to take home for the weekend.

If you are interested in receiving a food bag, please contact the Bent Elementary School office.