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Kristin Knorr
kristin.knorr@k12.nd.us

phone: 701.446.3195

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Our Mission

On behalf of school-age youth, the N.D. Afterschool Network supports and advocates for high-quality, out-of-school-time programming, resources and services.

Our Vision

The N.D. Afterschool Network promotes access to high-quality, safe, and affordable out-of-school time programming that supports positive academic and social outcomes for youth preK-12 across North Dakota.

By working in partnership with out-of-school time programs, schools, state and community based organizations, the N.D. Afterschool Network works to connect, support, and advocate at the local, state and national level to support funding afterschool programs and raise awareness of the benefits of afterschool for children, families and communities- N.D.'s current and future workforce. 

 

 

 

 

 Afterschool in North Dakota:

77% of North Dakota parents say afterschool programs help them keep their jobs

86% of North Dakota parents support public funding for afterschool programs

19,865 students are enrolled in an afterschool program in ND, but 26,857 more students would enroll if a program was available to them

Contact Information

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Kristin Knorr

N.D. Afterschool Network Lead
(701) 446-3195
kristin.knorr@k12.nd.us

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The ND Afterschool Network is launching the first statewide Afterschool Database!

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The database will help families, schools, communities and elected officials locate afterschool and summer learning programs and identify assets & gaps in out-of-school time programming throughout North Dakota. The afterschool field in ND is segmented due to funding streams, gaps in policy, and lack of awarenss of the immense benefits of high-quality out-of-school time programs to students PreK-12 and their families. 

Add your program to the map!

Out-of-School Time programs serve youth PreK-12 before school, after school, summers, weekends, and during school breaks. Programs include organized, regularly scheduled activities in a structured, supervised envirnoment and include an educational or enrichment activity. They can take place in schools, school-age childcare centers, community-based organizations, universities, libraries, museums, camps, and other locations.

Help us reach our goal of mapping ALL out-of-school time programs throughout the state. Programs who register by September 30, 2019 will be entered to win an iPad (valued at $250)!