Roundtables for the Out-of-School Time Field As a director or staff in an after school program, you no doubt have had to answer parent questions, quell children’s fears, and be part of meetings establishing new or enhanced protocols in your program.
Please note that this training has been changed to a virtual setting to protect our trainers and trainees. How do you handle the end of the year as it approaches? What can you do with the children to reflect on and wrap-up the year?
Please note that this training has been changed to a virtual setting to protect our trainers and trainees. Trauma can be the result of many factors, including abuse, chronic poverty, violence, and natural disasters.
Whether you’re home with your own children, or helping with others’ kids, or planning curricula for when your afterschool or summer program starts up again, the Connecticut After School Network is posting lots of activities to do with children on our Facebook page. Take a look!CONTINUE READING →
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy has published an excellent list of resources for funders and nonprofits to help us all weather this storm. For Nonprofit Resources For Communications and Tech ResourcesCONTINUE READING →
Got some time to work on that professional development hours backlog? Always aspiring to improve yourself, just always got your hands full–except now? Well check out the Afterschool Alliance website. They are not only sharing COVID-19 considerations for the field–including steps you can take to help–but they also have a wealth of webinars on a […]CONTINUE READING →
Ok, so now what? You’ve still got hours to fill and work to do. We’re working to gather all of the best resource banks to support young people or and keep your own mind sharp. Check out this one from RESC Alliance in partnership with CTSDE. It highlights all sorts of educational resources available online […]CONTINUE READING →