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ACE Extension Announcement

Great news! Families who have been awarded funds from the Afterschool Child Enrichment Education Savings Account program (ACE) have more time to spend their money. The deadline for families to spend funds was previously July 1, 2024 and has now been extended to September 1, 2025. Please note, that the ACE program is fully subscribed, and no more accounts may be awarded. The extension applies to families with existing accounts only.

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Simon Kenton Council Boy Scouts of America

Before/After school programs

This service provider requires payment upfront : Yes

Price Range: $0 - $157

Phone Number: (614) 436-7200


Address: 807 Kinnear Road suite 200, Columbus, Ohio 43212

Service Provider: 201167

Educational Value

Simon Kenton Council Boy Scouts of America (SKCBSA) provides Scouting opportunities to all youth ages 6-18, including youth who have disabilities or special needs. Scouting activities are provided in a ADA accessible environments throughout our region. SKCBSA has volunteers and professionals who specifically work with Scouts who have disabilities or special needs so that they may participate in programming. Scouting staff and volunteers also intentionally promote awareness about disabilities and special needs in Scouting and advocate for the recruitment, inclusion and full participation of members who have disabilities or special needs in the programs of the Boy Scouts of America. We have some local scout troops that have up to a 50% membership of youth with disabilities. We have several staff trained to train other staff to serve youth who have disabilities. We also have group Scout Leadership discussions on Scouting for youth with disabilities or special needs. Each year, the Special Needs Scouting Service Award is given to volunteers and staff who complete various nationally approved disabilities and special needs training, and go over and above to provide serve youth who have disabilities and special needs.