has many components to keep your child engaged afterschool. Each campus is unique, but all campuses should have some version of the following:
Students are provided a quiet environment and dedicated time to complete homework. Books are available for students to read once homework is completed.
Each student is offered a daily snack.
Twice a week students participate in clubs. The offerings vary at each campus. Check with your campus site coordinator to see what clubs are offered at your campus. Sample clubs include chess, science, sports, and gardening.
Curriculum - SPARK After School Program
SPARK is designed to provide children with inclusive, highly active movement opportunities that foster social and motor development while maximizing time spent in moderate to vigorous physical activity and fitness pursuits. The SPARK curriculum includes cooperative, cultural and aerobic games, and enjoyable skill and sport activities. Students participate in SPARK three times a week at each campus.
Children are provided structured and unstructured time for physical activity.
The Extended Day room has age-appropriate centers to keep children entertained.
Either in the computer lab or the Extended Day room, children are permitted to go on district-approved websites to continue learning.