About Us - After School Program
What is the After School Program?
The After School Program (ASP) is an Expanded Learning Program, which is a place for students to have a meal, engage in fun, healthy, safe activities and field trips, attend the Academic Homework Support Center, and attend enrichment classes, all while hanging out with friends!
The mission of Wenatchee School District After School Programs is to provide students with high quality educational, recreational, cultural and enrichment opportunities beyond the classroom. Our goal is to provide a safe, supervised and enriching environment outside of the regular school day to increase students’ academic achievement, school and community connectedness, physical activity and social/life skills.
Abraham Lincoln - 2:45 - 5:15
Columbia - 2:35 - 5:00
Lewis & Clark - 2:45 - 5:15
Mission View - 2:45 - 5:15
Newbery - 2:20 - 5:15
Orchard - 2:45 - 5:00
Pioneer - 2:45 - 5:00
What do students take away from ASP?
ENRICHMENT CLASSES/FIELD TRIPS: Each day, students get to participate in fun and interesting classes or field trips. Some examples of these might include: recreational games/sports, cooking, music lessons, baking, robotics, movie making, swim lessons, chess and other logic games, foreign language, dance, arts and crafts, ice skating lessons, community service projects, science experiments, and more!
ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER: Students can work on class assignments, iReady, and receive group tutoring or homework help as needed.