After-School Activities Proposal to Boost After-School Programs & Other Activities Measure 20-138.

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  • After-School Activities Proposal to Boost After-School Programs & Other Activities Measure 20-138
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  • First, Some History Since 1944, Willamalane has served Springfield citizens Largest provider of after- school programs since 1960s Long-term partnership with Springfield schools Our partnership nationwide model
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  • First, Some History Two after-school programs 1.Kids Club Traditional recreation & childcare services Paid by fees 2.Springfield Academic & Family Enrichment: SAFE More structured with academic part to help kids succeed Free to kids (paid by grant)
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  • About SAFE Six SAFE schools: Brattain Elementary Guy Lee Elementary Maple Elementary Moffitt Elementary Riverbend Elementary Springfield Middle
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  • About SAFE 8 years of federal grants funded SAFE programs Funds expire in spring 2009 District board proposes to expand SAFE model 5-year, $1.4 million local option levy
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  • What would measure do? Expand SAFE model from 6 to 17 schools Enrollment would go from 370 to 2,175 students Students of all incomes & academic levels
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  • What schools would be added? Brattain Elementary Centennial Elementary Douglas Gardens Elementary Guy Lee Elementary Maple Elementary Moffitt Elementary Mount Vernon Elementary Page Elementary Ridgeview Elementary Riverbend Elementary Thurston Elementary Yolanda Elementary Agnes Stewart Middle Briggs Middle Hamlin Middle Springfield Middle Thurston Middle
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  • New After-School Model ELEMENTARY 2:45-3:15 Meal/snack 3:10-3:55 Enrichment & Recreational Activities 3:55-4:40 Academic Activities 4:40-5 Physical Activities MIDDLE SCHOOL 3:15-3:30 Meal/snack 3:30-4:15 Academic & Homework Activities 4:15-5 Recreational Activities 5-6 Extended Recreational Activities
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  • In addition to preserving SAFE programs serving low- income students, it would: Preserve free 4th-grade swim lessons Preserve & expand summer playground & teen camp programs What else would measure do?
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  • What do the programs cost? Total cost of new SAFE model, swim & summer programs is about $2.3 million Measure would pay $1.4 million of total costs $900k balance shared by program users, Springfield schools & Willamalane
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  • What would it cost you? Annual cost would be 32.5 per $1000 assessed value Owner of typical home assessed at $108,000 would pay $2.93/month or $35.16/year Pool roof bond paid off next year tax bill reduced by 14 per $1000
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  • What would it cost you? Homes assessed value $75,000$100,000$150,000$200,000 Monthly cost $2.03$2.71$4.06$5.42 Yearly cost $24.38$32.50$48.75$65
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  • What parents & teachers say* Builds confidence Enhances academic performance Keeps kids active & healthy Provides a safe space outside of school Helps kids become better citizens *Based on a 2003 SPS survey
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  • For more information www.willamalane.org
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  • Questions? www.willamalane.org