Representatives from state agencies, community-based organizations, afterschool programs, schools, businesses, child care providers, professional organizations, colleges and universities, and families concerned with improving outcomes for school-age children through “out-of-school time” programs. Steering Committee members are public and private agencies serving in a leadership capacity in the afterschool field in West Virginia. This includes programs, professional associates, advocates, funders, regulators and professional development and technical assistance providers. WVSAN will strive for a balanced Steering Committee membership that is diverse and includes the many stakeholders and sectors involved in afterschool statewide. Member agencies may be represented on the Steering Committee. Each member must submit a board member application and sign a memorandum of understanding indicating the primary agency staff contact and the commitment to the WVSAN Steering Committee.
An afterschool Production
Students at the Beckley Stratton 21st CCLC program produced the following video, highlighting the positive rewards of afterschool. This video was presented at our legislative day this year:
Many thanks to the students for their tremendous work.
March is Literacy Month Senator Rockefeller reads There’s No Place Like Space to get youth excited about reading. Join the fun!
Congratulations to PAAC/Communities Closing the Gap for winning the iPad this time. There will be another chance to win this year.