Posts Tagged ‘statewide’

Statewide Afterschool Networks offer this incredible #FREE Guide: #Literacy Strategies After School (download it here)

Monday, May 6th, 2013

The Statewide Afterschool Networks is proud to offer this incredible FREE resource prepared by the Connecticut After School Network. Literacy Strategies After School is a 400-page compilation of 50 different strategies and lesson suggestions for increasing literacy with students in grades 1-6.

Developed specifically for use outside of the traditional classroom, these strategies are aligned with the Common Core State Standards, and include extensive samples and resource lists.

This is a free resource in pdf format, so please feel free to forward the link to program providers far and wide.

Click here to download this FREE resource now!

We’d like to track how many people are using the document, so we ask that you forward the link and allow others to download the link directly from our site, rather than copying and re-posting the entire document on another site.

Let us know how you’re using it by dropping me an email at: mdc@ctafterschoolnetwork.org

Statewide Afterschool Networks offer this incredible #FREE Guide: #Literacy Strategies After School (download it here)

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

The Statewide Afterschool Networks is proud to offer this incredible FREE resource prepared by the Connecticut After School Network. Literacy Strategies After School is a 400-page compilation of 50 different strategies and lesson suggestions for increasing literacy with students in grades 1-6.

Developed specifically for use outside of the traditional classroom, these strategies are aligned with the Common Core State Standards, and include extensive samples and resource lists.

This is a free resource in pdf format, so please feel free to forward the link to program providers far and wide.

Click here to download this FREE resource now!

We’d like to track how many people are using the document, so we ask that you forward the link and allow others to download the link directly from our site, rather than copying and re-posting the entire document on another site.

Let us know how you’re using it by dropping me an email at: mdc@ctafterschoolnetwork.org

Important! Access the NJSACC: Statewide Afterschool Network Afterschool Program Survey and send us your feedback!

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Click here to access this survey and begin.

NJSACC: The Statewide Network for New Jersey’s Afterschool Communities promotes and supports the development, continuity and expansion of quality programs for children and youth during out-of-school time.

NJSACC works to:

  • Build a strong network for afterschool program professionals in NJ.
  • Provide training conferences, workshops and information services.
  • Offer technical assistance, at no cost, for the development, expansion and improvement of afterschool programs throughout NJ.
  • Work closely with state and local officials to define appropriate NJ State regulations and legislation.
  • Establish professional development opportunities.
  • Develop public awareness of afterschool issues
  • Be the state’s national affiliate to the National AfterSchool Association (NAA).

The purpose of the NJSACC: Statewide Afterschool Network Afterschool Program Survey is to gather data to inform our efforts related to quality, advocacy, and training in the field.

When you have a moment, please access the NJSACC: Statewide Afterschool Network Afterschool Program Survey and then answer the questions as a whole for your program, making your best estimate if you have multiple sites. If you would like a copy of the results please add your email at the end of the survey. You may only receive results if you complete the survey.

Click here to access this survey and begin.

Important! Access the NJSACC: Statewide Afterschool Network Afterschool Program Survey and send us your feedback!

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Click here to access this survey and begin.

NJSACC: The Statewide Network for New Jersey’s Afterschool Communities promotes and supports the development, continuity and expansion of quality programs for children and youth during out-of-school time.

NJSACC works to:

  • Build a strong network for afterschool program professionals in NJ.
  • Provide training conferences, workshops and information services.
  • Offer technical assistance, at no cost, for the development, expansion and improvement of afterschool programs throughout NJ.
  • Work closely with state and local officials to define appropriate NJ State regulations and legislation.
  • Establish professional development opportunities.
  • Develop public awareness of afterschool issues
  • Be the state’s national affiliate to the National AfterSchool Association (NAA).

The purpose of the NJSACC: Statewide Afterschool Network Afterschool Program Survey is to gather data to inform our efforts related to quality, advocacy, and training in the field.

When you have a moment, please access the NJSACC: Statewide Afterschool Network Afterschool Program Survey and then answer the questions as a whole for your program, making your best estimate if you have multiple sites. If you would like a copy of the results please add your email at the end of the survey. You may only receive results if you complete the survey.

Click here to access this survey and begin.

Meeting Invitation: Exemplary Summer Learning: Local and National Strategies 3/14

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Click here to register now!

Details:
Date: Thursday, March 14th, 2013
Time: 11:30am EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Joseph Morra, Rhode Island Afterschool Plus Alliance

Meeting Description:
Please join us on March 14 for the fifth in a series of webinars sponsored by the Northeast Networks Group, a collaboration among the Statewide Afterschool Networks (SANs) in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

During this webinar, hear about the statewide work that the Rhode Island Afterschool Plus Alliance (RIASPA), an education initiative of United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI), is doing to promote summer learning as a viable and sustainable alternative to summer school. The specific model created and championed by RIASPA and UWRI (and funded by both private and public dollars) is helping to mitigate summer learning loss for elementary- and middle-school youth across the state. Additionally, a 21st CCLC program manager will offer an on-the-ground perspective of this exciting model, and a representative from the National Summer Learning Association will offer a national perspective on funding streams that may help to take your summer learning program to the next level.

Registering for the webinar will give you access to the webinar online. Once you log into the webinar web site, you will also need to call into the following number to hear the audio portion.

Call in Information:
Conference dial-in number: (712) 432-0075
Participant access code: 343808
Please use *6 to mute your phone when you call in.

Click here to register now!