Pivoting to Virtual programming for Fall 2020
Due to risks of COVID-19, we have made the incredibly difficult decision to cancel all in-person after school programming for the 2020 Fall semester. This was not a decision we made lightly, but the health and safety of the families we serve and our staff are—and always will be—our highest priority.
Yet, the creativity, confidence, compassion, and critical thinking skills we foster in youth are more essential now than ever, which is why we’re excited to launch CREATIVE ACTION TOGETHER—a virtual arts enrichment program for ages 5-11 that engages, educates, and connects youth through high-quality programming.
Our high-quality, onsite, licensed after school program engages students in visual art, filmmaking, music, puppetry, creative writing, acting, and more to deepen connections to lessons learned in the classroom, all while expanding the development of social and emotional skills. Students participate in hands-on activities led by professional teaching artists to create projects that improve the community and the world around them.
- After school runs every day of the AISD calendar from the end of the school day until 6 p.m.
- The cost for the 2020-21 school year is $260/month/child from August – May. We also offer financial aid for those that qualify. Learn more about our financial aid policies and process here.
- All After School programs include snack time, free play, arts programming, and opportunities for homework.
At the end of each semester, students’ family and friends are invited to join us for a showcase where students display special projects they’ve worked on during Creative Action After School!
Click on your campus below to learn more about your site’s specific after school activities.
Bryker Woods Elementary
Pecan Springs Elementary
Sunset Valley Elementary
Travis Heights Elementary
“We love Creative Action. My children have gained confidence, learned how to navigate social relationships, value diversity and are encouraged to be creative in a respectful environment.”
– Becker Elementary Parent