Northside’s afterschool program adds more sites

Northside’s afterschool program adds more sites

Northside ISD families will now have more afterschool program sites in their district.

Ten new Learning Tree campuses will be added to the district joining the other 45 afterschool sites that offer daily activities and homework help.

Additional campuses include:

  • Blattman Elementary School
  • Colonies North Elementary School
  • Elrod Elementary School
  • Leon Springs Elementary School
  • Los Reyes Elementary School
  • May Elementary School
  • Nichols ES
  • Oak Hills Terrace Elementary School
  • Ott Elementary School
  • Steubing Elementary School

The Learning Tree After-School Enrichment Program at Northside ISD gives families after school care options that provide comfort and organized structure for children. Learning Tree is led by Northside staff, including site leaders, site coordinators, and youth leaders. Youth leaders are often times area college student teachers, so students receive hands-on attention and guidance. The program ratio is 1:18.

While the program is free of cost to parents in some schools because of grant funding, the program is a tuition-based program with affordable monthly fees. Students can count on a daily structure and program variety including guest speakers who share character-building presentations, cooking lessons, sports, outdoor recreation, physical activity, homework time and a healthy snack. Parent engagement is encouraged to ensure student success.

After-school enrichment is available every day from 2:45 p.m. until 6:45 p.m. (*Dismal times vary by site). Click HERE for a list of participating schools.

To learn more about Learning Tree and registration information, call 210-397-8108. Click HERE for Registration Information.


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