By Kaylyn Christopher
Times West Virginian
For the past 10 years, students at Rivesville Elementary and Middle School have enjoyed the opportunity to attend Project Isaac (Increasing Student Achievement, Advancing Communities), an after-school program that provides a meal, homework help, and enrichment and social activities to those who attend.
The program, which serves students in grades 3 through 8, has been funded by the West Virginia Department of Education and the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant, but it will not be renewed after this year.
Virginia Dobreff, the coordinator of Project Isaac at Rivesville, said the program has become a vital part of the school and the community.