October 2014 Issue

Hello Everyone!  Photo of ED Diane Genco

 

As October draws to a close, we have many exciting announcements to share with you. Be well, do good work, and keep in touch.

 

Diane

Institute on Expanded Learning: Opportunities for Student Success
Date: Thursday, November 20, 2014 
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm

* Registration at 8:30am.

***REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED***

Who Should Attend: School leaders including Chief School Administrators, Charter School Lead Persons, Building Administrators

Location: The Marriott Princeton Hotel and Conference Center at Forrestal in Princeton, NJ

Cost: $149 includes materials and lunch

Registration: Please visit www.njsacc.org for more information and to register. 

Registration closes on Friday, November 7, 2014!
Join us for New Jersey's Exciting Annual Conference on Afterschool
Date: Friday-Saturday, November 21-22, 2014
Time: 8:00am - 4:30pm

* Registration deadline: November 7, 2014


UPDATE: NJSACC requested and was granted a waiver on the prohibition of in-State overnight travel that applies to school district staff. This will allow principals and other school district staff to stay overnight for this important session!

Click here to download the State of New Jersey's authorization letter, granting the waiver.

This year's conference celebrates Finding The Balance.

Come learn about strategies to promote a balanced, healthy lifestyle for the youth you serve and yourself. The conference features 54 workshops on addressing the NJ Quality Standards for Afterschool

Conference Fees: $273 / 2 days $163 / 1 day
Fee includes conference materials, continental breakfast and lunch

Click here to register today!
New Jersey No Longer a 'Top 10 State for Afterschool'
New Household Survey: Afterschool Programs Have Strong Support from Parents, But Unmet Demand for Afterschool Programs in the State is High

Washington, DC - New Jersey has not kept pace with national progress on important measures of afterschool participation, according to a new household survey commissioned by the Afterschool Alliance. The 2014 edition of America After 3PM found that demand for afterschool programs still far exceeds supply, and the number of children in New Jersey who would participate if an afterschool program were available surpasses the number of children who are enrolled in afterschool programs in the state. The survey also finds that the vast majority of parents with children in afterschool programs in New Jersey see significant benefits from their children's participation.

Click here read the results for New Jersey and to learn more!
NJ Afterschool Action
In This Issue
Expanded Learning Training
Annual Conference
America After 3 report
Training Calendar
 
(click here to view)

Thank you for reading this edition of NJ Afterschool Action.  We always want to hear from you, so please send your questions, comments, and ideas to: action@njsacc.org.  

Sincerely,

Diane Genco
Executive Director 

Lee McDermott Schaefer
Policy Director

NJSACC works to build lasting public support for quality afterschool programs across New Jersey. Led by a public-private partnership, NJSACC enhances public awareness and support; offers guidance for parents, providers, and advocates; strengthens relationships with policymakers, funders, practitioners, and parents, and shares best practices in the field.
Afterschool In The News
Diane Genco
New Jersey School Age Care Coalition
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