After School Programs

CAN After School Programs (ASP) operate during the school year every Monday-Thursday from about 4:00-6:00pm (depending on the location). Students complete homework, read, practice mindfulness, participate in enrichment activities, and play. Community centers also serve dinner during ASP.

 

These programs achieve more than homework completion - CAN partners with schools and families to advocate for its students' academic success.  CAN's ASP dedicates intentional time for the students to build their social-emotional skills, as well as their academic proficiency.

 

Students who attend CAN ASP have a 97% rate of graduation (compared to 70% of their economic peers, 2019), and attend 4 more days of school per student per year (compared to all AAPS students, 2010). Additionally, 88% of CAN's elementary-aged participants either maintained or improved their letter grade in the 2016-17 school year.

Program Details​​

 

  • Age requirement: Grades K-12 (varies by location)

 

 

  • Program Dates: TBD

 

  • Days & Times: Monday-Thursday, 4:00pm-6:00pm (varies by location)

 

  • Qualifications: Students must live in the Bryant, Hikone, Green Baxter Court, or Arrowwood Hills communities, or attend Mitchell or Brick Elementary School. All students must qualify for free and reduced lunch and, if they attend Mitchell or Brick, must be recommended by a faculty member for the program.

Mission

The links below will take you to our main website:

Pillars

Locations

Ways to Give

Additional Websites

CAN Washtenaw

Community Action Network website

CAN Academy

Online training & resources for CAN staff, interns, and volunteers

CAN Mission Statement

Community Action Network partners with children, youth, and families from under-resourced Washtenaw County neighborhoods to create better futures for themselves, and improve the communities in which they live.

Tax ID Number: 38-2792610