Child care: before and after school
Before and after-school programs provide care and enrichment for students outside of normal school hours while parents are guardians are at work. The programs are designed to help children succeed academically and socially in a safe environment.
A variety of program and locations are available. Check with your child’s school for additional ASD-sponsored activities that may be offered.
Child care and program referrals
The Alaska Afterschool Network is a network of nonprofit, private, tribal and government organizations that promote high quality, afterschool programs as a critical component in the positive development of Alaska’s youth.
Search Alaska Afterschool Network’s map for year-round, school year or summer break programs.
This map is maintained by Alaska Afterschool Network.
Thread is Alaska’s Child Care Resource & Referral organization, working to advance the quality of early education and child development by empowering parents, educating child care professionals and collaborating with our communities.
Use thread’s Childcare Search tool to find care near your home or work.
The Alaska School Activities Association is a statewide nonprofit organization established to direct, develop and support Alaska’s high school interscholastic sports, academic and fine arts activities.