Dallas After School Homework Help

As the school year gets started again, parents may need to find an after school program that best suits their children’s needs, and in the Dallas area there are many options. Here are a few to consider:

Dallas Recreation Centers
After school programs are offered at 35 Recreation Centers across Dallas, and transportation is provided at select sites. All programs run from 3-6 pm, and rates vary depending on location. The program includes a healthy snack, homework assistance; along with other activities such as art, sports and games. Find more information here.

Dallas City Libraries
All library locations will provide a variety of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) programs, geared toward elementary school kids. 15 Locations will serve a Super Snack to kids and teens 18 and under, provided by Equal Heart. Check with your local branch. Find more information on the library’s website.

Community Development Block Grant programs at DISD and Rec Centers
The Community Development Block Grant is money provided by the federal government to the City of Dallas. Using a portion of this grant, the Park and Recreation Department can provide free after school programs for qualified children at 20 DISD schools and four rec centers. Children must be between ages 6-12, be a Dallas resident and be enrolled at a participating school to qualify. Preference for registration is given to low income and single female head of households.

Participating DISD schools:

John Q. Adams Elementary

Bayles Elementary

Harrell Budd Elementary

David G. Burnet Elementary

Cesar Chavez Elementary

Nancy. J. Cochran Elementary

Lelia P. Cowart Elementary

Highland Meadows Elementary

Lida Hooe Elementary

L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary

Louise W. Kahn Elementary

Edwin J. Kiest Elementary

Jack Lowe Sr. Elementary

B.H. Macon Elementary

John W. Runyon Elementary

Clinton Russell Elementary

Julian T. Saldivar Elementary

Ascher Silberstein Elementary

Martin Weiss Elementary

Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary

Participating rec centers:

Janie C. Turner

Jaycee-Zaragoza

John C. Phelps

Find more information on qualification and registration here.

DISD YMCA Programs

YMCA after school programs are offered on campus at 11 DISD elementary schools. All programs run from the time school is dismissed until 6:30 p.m., and rates vary depending on location.

Participating rec centers:

Anne Frank

Junkins

DeGolyer

Robert E. Lee

Sanger

Solar

Stonewall Jackson

Withers

Five DISD elementary schools will transport to Park South YMCA for the after school program. Participating schools:

Charles Rice

Dunbar

Martin Luther King

St. Anthony

St. Philip’s School and Community Center

The program includes a healthy snack, physical activity and homework assistance. Find rates and more information here.

About Dallas Afterschool

Founded in 2007 as a nonprofit, Dallas Afterschool’s mission is to improve the quality of afterschool and summer programs in our community. Working with 400 staff members at 120 sites throughout the Dallas community, Dallas Afterschool informs, trains, supports and evaluates programs collectively serving 9,000 K-12 grade students.

Wonder Kits started in 2012 after Dallas Afterschool gathered feedback from partner sites about the challenges of implementing larger curriculum in an out of school time setting. The main issues programs faced were:

• Lack of time for part-time staff to learn and prep new complicated activities
• Use of rotating volunteers who wanted to lead activities, but were intimidated by bulky curriculum plans
• Limited time to do hands-on activities in addition to facilitating traditional program offerings like homework help

In response, Dallas Afterschool created and designed Wonder Kits to fit the challenges and needs of flexible learning environments like after school programs. Powered by curiosity, Wonder Kits are ready to ignite a love of learning with only 10 minutes of prep time. Wonder Kits contain materials needed to run a hands-on, engaging activity for up to 25 students and feature easy to follow instructions, a how-to video and tips to make every project a learning opportunity for both activity leaders and students.

Through the generous support of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and Fluor, Dallas Afterschool is expanding Wonder Kits to inspire more children during out of school time with hands-on learning opportunities. By ordering a Wonder Kit, you are playing a vital role in giving children across Texas, and beyond, access to informal STEM, Language Arts, and Arts. Thank you for helping Dallas Afterschool make out of school time better!

Wonder Kits are assembled by clients of Citizens Development Center. Dallas Afterschool is proud to partner with Citizens Development Center, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, work-training center and employment placement organization for adults with intellectual, mental health and/or physical disabilities. Their mission is to empower men and women to achieve their highest level of independence and employment. Your purchase will help two nonprofit agencies provide job training to adults and hands-on learning activities to low-income children in North Texas. Together, we make a difference!

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