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District Forms Out-of-School Time Taskforce

The District has formed an Out-of-School Time Taskforce and held its first meeting on Monday, Sept. 16.
Taskforce Charge Statement
The purpose of the taskforce is to create a more robust menu of out-of-school time options to meet the overall health, academic and social/developmental needs of all K-5 students and families.
This work will include recommendations for: academic programs, enrichment and recreation opportunities, and childcare options.
Extensive research, best practices, and input from stakeholders will inform the work. The taskforce will be mindful of the school district and community education budgets and the economic impact to families. The group will seek consensus to make one or more recommendation(s) to the administration by December 2019. Team members are expected to talk about the work during their daily routines, and encourage the engagement, input and feedback of all stakeholders.
Taskforce Team Members
Students: Marco Munoz
Parents: Aimee Munson, Alex Schmid, Alicia Kropelnicki, Allison DeCamillis, Amanda Munoz, Amelia Zumwalde, Anne Halverson, Anthonia Oghagbon, Christine Johnson, Claire Warren, John Hayes, Julie Van Guilder, Kelly Ley, Murad Mohammad, Nate Hanson, and Tom Westlund
Teachers & Staff: Cate McDonald
Kids Place Staff: Lisa Proulx and Vicky Dotterer
Youth Enrichment Staff: Darrell Young and Kelleen O'Brion
Principals: Shelley Nielson, Corey Maslowski, Kari Schwietering, and Clarence Pollock
District Staff: Lisa Greene, Patrick Duffy and Anne Madigan
Community Stakeholders: Jason West, Kori Shingles, Erin Nordrum, CeCe Doyle, and Debbie Wells
Facilitators: Astein Osei and Irina Fursman
Administrative Support: Flower Krutina and Megan Jacobson
Taskforce Timeline
August 2019 | Recruit & Seek Applications
Early September | Select Taskforce Members
September 16 | Meeting #1
September | General Input
October 7 | Meeting #2
November 4 | Meeting #3
November | Feedback on Proposed Recommendation to Administration
December 2 | Meeting #4 and Recommendation to the Administration