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Welcome to Connecticut After School Network!

At the Network, we strive to work towards every Connecticut child and youth to have the opportunity to participate in high quality, affordable after school programs

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Project Covid DeteCT

In Case you didn't know... An updated landing page has been launched with important information...

After School Tea Time – Week of 1/25/2022

Welcome back to this week’s segment of After School Tea Time! Get your tea cups...

The American Institutes for Research Needs Your Help

Calling program leaders and staff! The American Institutes for Research (AIR) is developing a readiness...

After School Tea Time – Week of 1/18/2022

Welcome back to After School Tea Time! Keep those questions coming because you never know...
Testimonial #1
“CLASP is a unique experience and one I have never had with a grantor before. In addition to funding support, clasp allows for program directors to discuss what’s working, what’s not and share ideas with one another while receiving research-based solutions. This helps to enhance the afterschool experience for staff, students and families as a whole.” — Wendy Gerbier
Testimonial #2
“I attended Clasp for the first time this year and I cannot tell you how glad I am for the experience! The class was informative, and I had a chance to experience working with fellow after-school educators who understand the groundwork and programmatic challenges of the work. Dr. Ken Athonthy’s energy, commitment, vision, and information made the workshops incredible!” — Tiana Brown
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We are proud to be affiliated with the
National After School Association


We are part of the 50 State After School Network, funded in part by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation