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Children’s after school programs are a way for educators and mentors to transform and elevate the quality of education that students are receiving in the classroom. A variety of after school programs are available for students, including religious youth groups, study groups, sports teams and tutoring. Activity based, recreational programs offer children a playful outlet, rather than the more educational curriculum-based tutoring programs. Be sure to understand some terms before going to visit the private and public after school programs that are available in your local community.

  • Mentor – A trusted person who acts as a teacher providing leadership, guidance, counseling and support to youth. Often mentoring troubled or under privelaged youth, mentors also sponsor and support families.
  • Community-based organization - Referring to youth clubs in the local community, these organizations can also include local sports clubs, a law enforcement group, an arts council or even a fraternal organization like a rotary club.
  • Recreation – After school recreation programs are not academic in nature, but rather allow students a chance to play, be creative, interact with others and learn specific skills. Recreational programs commonly include sporting activity and creative outlets, like music, dance and art classes. Summer and sports camps commonly involve a lot of recreational activity, whereas educational based programs generally involve more studying.
  • Tutor – A person that is employed to instruct an individual or group in learning a certain curriculum. Students often utilize private tutors in subjects where they struggle to grasp the material or concepts that are presented by the teacher. Tutors help students excel is all academic subjects, including reading, math, English and science.
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    thesavingson.org
    1560 Adriel Court, Fort Collins, CO 80524
    Contact us at (720) 526-0666 in Fort Collins, CO, to learn more about our charitable child protection programs for children at risk
    (720) 526-0666
    Snicker Snorts Kids Parties
    651 Topeka Way, Suite 400, Castle Rock, CO 80109
    Complete children’s party facility. We provide theme decorated rooms, invitations, cake, entertainment and thank you cards for your child’s party!
    (720) 221-3666
    Canyon Point KinderCare
    107 N Rubey Dr, Golden, CO 80403
    (303) 279-9171
    Church Ranch KinderCare
    7395 Church Ranch Blvd, Broomfield, CO 80021
    (303) 469-8503
    Arvada Lee Drive KinderCare
    8020 Lee Dr, Arvada, CO 80005
    (303) 422-6571
    Miramonte KinderCare
    1045 Opal St, Broomfield, CO 80020
    (303) 439-9110
    West Woods KinderCare
    14449 W 63rd Pl, Arvada, CO 80004
    (303) 432-9445
    Northglenn KinderCare
    701 W 114th Ave, Denver, CO 80234
    (303) 451-8581
    Arvada Junior Baseball
    64 Av & Miller, Arvada, CO 80001
    (303) 424-0297
    North Jefferson Junior Baseball
    9374 W 58th Ave, Arvada, CO 80002
    (303) 422-7406
    Little Hearts Child Care and Learning Center
    5939 W 64th Ave, Arvada, CO 80003
    (303) 940-9070
    Jefferson Baseball Jr
    7615 W 38th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
    (303) 274-6688
    East Thornton KinderCare
    4200 E 128th Ave, Thornton, CO 80241
    (303) 451-5210
    Scottish St Andrew Society of Colorado
    1465 Wadsworth Blvd, Denver, CO 80214
    (303) 238-6524
    Sports Riders Assoc of Colo-Action Line
    12671 W Asbury Pl, Denver, CO 80228
    (303) 988-7722


    Children's after school programs are vital to proper growth and development, as well as proper social interaction skills. Children's after school programs include such services as academic, care, reading, free, religion, Christian, karate, tutoring, teaching, child care, daycare, private, summer, math, english, early childhood and preschools services. Schools and learning centers sponsor after school programs, sometimes through initiative grants from local government. Kids require a certain amount of physical activity per day, through sports, recreational activities and exercise. They also need to keep busy, especially if their parents work long hours. After school programs can offer all sorts of activities, arts, creative play, music, therapy, counseling, languages, sports, leisure, fitness, culture, science topics, leadership skills, future employment skills, politics, world and international events, global issues and just plain fun. Check out your local community center or school to inquire about such government initiative programs for your child. Many after school programs have extended hours into the afternoon and evening for the youth of the community. Many schools offer extended day programs, offering themed activities and fitness fun. Ask your child's school about any such programs. Inquire about any educational workshops offered, whether for parents or children. Such workshops can be offered at libraries, community centers and schools to give parents and children education advice and support. You can also find children's after school programs by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directories. Ask other parents for advice and recommendations as well. So whether you are looking to enroll a child in a kids development, learning, recreation, arts or other academic childrens after school program, make sure you choose the one that is right for you.
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