Student Participation Center
The Addison Student Participation Center (SPC) continues to operate Monday through Thursday delivering programs and activities that focus on providing direct service, intervention, outreach and information to high risk middle school youth.
More than 181 youth, Grades 6 through 8 registered for the After School Program in 2012. The Addison SPC After School Program is designed to directly address the prime time for juvenile crime which takes place between 2:45 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Recreational activities, crafts and educational programs targeting crime reduction, health and safety, drug and violence prevention and intervention were provided. Daily homework help was available to all students. High-risk and borderline students voluntarily participated in constructive educational and life skills activities. Middle school male and female issues, multicultural programming, safety, intervention and community service programs were included at the SPC.
The Henry Hyde Resource Center and the Addison Student Participation Center partnered with numerous service providers, elected officials, community leaders and businesses to create well rounded programming.
Below is a list of those who contributed to the Center in 2013.
• Northern Illinois Food Bank
• People’s Resource Center
• Addison Park District
• Addison Public Library
• University of Illinois Extension
• College of DuPage
• DuPage County Health Department
• Addison School District 4
• Addison School District 88
• SALT (senior volunteers)
• World Relief DuPage
• Elmhurst Memorial Health Care
• Itasca Bank & Trust
• Teen Parent Connection
• Marcus Theater
• McDonalds, Addison
• Addison Fire Department
• Office of State Representative Reboletti
• Nardi’s Pizza
• Elmhurst College
• Sam’s Club
• Girl Scouts
• Boy Scouts
• First Book
• Disney Corp.
• Humanitarian Services Project
• As well as in kind donations from Addison residents and Village employees
If interested in signing your child up for SPC please print and complete the form below (English or Spanish). Completed forms may be turned into the Indian Trail Main Office. For questions please contact 630-628-2680.