Where Are Programs Located?
One of the Expanded Learning Collaborative’s work groups collected aggregate-level data from the public agencies in San Francisco that operate or fund out of school time programs for K-8 students and collected information from state-licensed providers.
With this data, the group worked with DCYF to create maps of programs operating in summer 2013 and in the 2013-14 school year. The maps indicate the type of program – including those funded by SFUSD’s EXCEL afterschool office, DCYF, or operated by SFUSD’s Early Education Department, the city’s Recreation and Parks Department or licensed, fee-based providers. The mapping demonstrates that every SFUSD elementary and middle school has at least one afterschool program on site, and some schools’ students attend one of up to 29 afterschool on-campus or off-campus programs.
Afterschool Programs for K-8 students
– Click here to download a map of afterschool programs for 2013-14
Summer Programs for K-8 students
– Click here to download a map of summer programs that receive public funding for Summer 2013
– Click here to download a map of summer programs that do not receive public funding for Summer 2013
– Click here to download a map of summer programs in San Francisco for Summer 2014