AFTERSCHOOL IN

North Carolina


Afterschool programs in North Carolina keep kids safe, boost student success, and help parents keep their jobs. Kids achieve more, productivity goes up, and risky behaviors go down.

North Carolina parents strongly support afterschool:

86%

support public funding for afterschool

80%

say afterschool helps them keep their jobs

65%

say afterschool excites kids about learning

75%

say afterschool reduces the likelihood that kids will engage in risky behavior

The need for programs far exceeds the funding available.

Among North Carolina's K-12 students:

234,908

are enrolled in afterschool

523,140

are waiting for an available program

295,984

are alone and unsupervised after school

Learn more about afterschool in North Carolina

21st Century Community Learning Centers are the only federally funded before-school, afterschool, and summer learning programs.

TODAY

FY 2017

33,617*

of kids enrolled in North Carolina afterschool attend a 21st CCLC program

$33,617,343

in federal funds supports 21st CCLC programs statewide

PROPOSED BUDGET

FY 2018

0

kids served in North Carolina

$0

to North Carolina

Learn more about 21st Century Community Learning Centers

* This figure is an Afterschool Alliance calculation based on the state-allocated 21st CCLC funding and a program cost of $1,000 per child. The program cost per child is an Afterschool Alliance estimation based on the Department of Education's per-student expenditures for: (1) all students attending 21st CCLC programs and (2) students who regularly attend 21st CCLC programs.

North Carolina Contacts

NETWORK
AMBASSADORS
CAUCUS

The statewide afterschool network is working to ensure that all kids have access to high-quality afterschool and summer learning programs.

Sheronda Witter
North Carolina Center for Afterschool Programs
3725 National Drive, Suite 101
Raleigh, NC 27612
919-781-6833x135
switter@ncforum.org
http://ncforum.org

AMBASSADORS work to ensure that all kids have access to high-quality afterschool and summer learning programs.

Ambassador for 2016-17
Bill McClain
Guiding Institute for Developmental Education
1001 South Marshall Street, Suite 16, Box 43
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 602-0565
Send email

Ambassador for 2016-17
Betsey McFarland
Wade Edwards Foundation & Learning Lab
714 St. Mary's St.
Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 856-9233 x101
Send email

Ambassador Emeritus
CLAIRE TATE
CLAIRE TATE
1431 Biltmore Drive
Charlotte, NC 28207
(704) 577-5133

Ambassador Emeritus
Bricca Sweet
Ed-LBEX, Inc.
P.O. Box 199
Sugar Grove, NC 28679
828-297-9204
Send email

Ambassador Emeritus
Frank Camp
R.D. Euzelle Smith Middle School
9201 Seawell School Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516-8707
(919) 918-2145 x21905
Send email

Since 2005, members of the Afterschool Caucus in both the Senate and the House of Representatives have been building support and resources for quality afterschool programs.

Caucus members in your state:

Rep David Price (D-NC)

TAKE ACTION!

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