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After-School Activities. Measure 20-138. Proposal to Boost After-School Programs & Other Activities. First, Some History. Since 1944, Willamalane has served Springfield citizens Largest provider of after-school programs since 1960s Long-term partnership with Springfield schools - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • After-School ActivitiesProposal to Boost After-School Programs & Other Activities Measure 20-138

  • First, Some HistorySince 1944, Willamalane has served Springfield citizensLargest provider of after-school programs since 1960sLong-term partnership with Springfield schoolsOur partnership nationwide model

  • First, Some HistoryTwo after-school programsKids ClubTraditional recreation & childcare servicesPaid by fees Springfield Academic & Family Enrichment: SAFEMore structured with academic part to help kids succeedFree to kids (paid by grant)

  • About SAFESix SAFE schools:Brattain ElementaryGuy Lee ElementaryMaple ElementaryMoffitt ElementaryRiverbend ElementarySpringfield Middle

  • About SAFE8 years of federal grants funded SAFE programsFunds expire in spring 2009District board proposes to expand SAFE model5-year, $1.4 million local option levy

  • What would measure do?Expand SAFE model from 6 to 17 schoolsEnrollment would go from 370 to 2,175 studentsStudents of all incomes & academic levels

  • What schools would be added?Brattain ElementaryCentennial ElementaryDouglas Gardens ElementaryGuy Lee ElementaryMaple ElementaryMoffitt ElementaryMount Vernon ElementaryPage ElementaryRidgeview ElementaryRiverbend ElementaryThurston ElementaryYolanda ElementaryAgnes Stewart MiddleBriggs MiddleHamlin MiddleSpringfield MiddleThurston Middle

  • New After-School Model

    MIDDLE SCHOOL3:15-3:30Meal/snack3:30-4:15Academic & HomeworkActivities4:15-5Recreational Activities5-6Extended Recreational Activities

  • In addition to preserving SAFE programs serving low-income students, it would:Preserve free 4th-grade swim lessonsPreserve & expand summer playground & teen camp programs

    What else would measure do?

  • What do the programs cost?Total cost of new SAFE model, swim & summer programs is about $2.3 millionMeasure would pay $1.4 million of total costs$900k balance shared by program users, Springfield schools & Willamalane

  • What would it cost you?Annual cost would be 32.5 per $1000 assessed valueOwner of typical home assessed at $108,000 would pay $2.93/month or $35.16/yearPool roof bond paid off next year tax bill reduced by 14 per $1000

  • What would it cost you?

    Homes assessed value$75,000$100,000$150,000$200,000Monthly cost$2.03$2.71$4.06$5.42Yearly cost$24.38$32.50$48.75$65

  • What parents & teachers say*Builds confidenceEnhances academic performanceKeeps kids active & healthyProvides a safe space outside of schoolHelps kids become better citizens*Based on a 2003 SPS survey

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