Idaho AfterSchool Network Presents the Faces of AfterSchool
Research shows that children consistently enrolled in after school programs perform better academically, have better school attendance, adjust better socially, and are more likely to graduate high school and go-on to higher learning.
But you don't have to take our word for it. Every month the IAN will feature one of Idaho's out-of-school programs in our "Faces of Afterschool" segment, and you can decide for yourself. Check out one of the videos or stories below and just see the great successes and fun going on after the bell across Idaho!
The Discovery Center of Idaho's All Girls Coding Camp Was a Great Experience for all involved!
Summer STEM Camp at Harrison Elementary encourages students to be creative, curious, and engaged!
Lights On Afterschool Celebration Across the State Put the Spotlight on out-of-school time and its importance
Girl Scouts of eastern washington and northern idaho's Summer Camp at Camp Four Echoes in Worley, Idaho
CSI's Zero Robotics Program Gave Kids the Chance to Participate in all sorts of science
4-H International Exchange Program Connects Kids Across the world
CDA4Kids Parent Tasting Event at Atlas and Fernan STEM Elementary- Coeur d'Alene
Snowshoeing at Craters of the Moon - Harrison Elementary- Twin Falls.
Family STEM night sponsored Nampa 21st CCLC's afterschool program
STEM Matters Campaign Kick-off- Filmed at the idaho capitol building
Mountain Home Air Force Base - Lights on afterschool- Student-made!
Spark afterschool program's lights on afterschool celebration.
Lamana High School's Afterschool program reminds us about learning what you love.
Madison School District captures the essence of out-of-school programs!
Wood River Girls on the Run - Teaching young girls about fitness and confidence
Zero Robotics Middle School Students' five week summer day camp in 94 seconds...
4H Teen Program at the Farmway Village in Caldwell, ID. These teens are awesome!
American Falls' FIRED UP Program- A student-created video highlighting this great program
From CA programs, but Idahoans watched it at the National AfterSchool Summit this month. It will make you smile.