21st CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS-TEXAS AFTERSCHOOL CENTERS ON EDUCATION (ACE): The Texas ACE is a grant program administered by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers program in an effort to help foster student’s academic success by improving attendance, behavior, and academics.
Northside ISD currently has 9 Learning Tree/Club LT sites funded through the Texas Education Agency (TEA) through 2019-2020. The sites are:
To obtain registration information for one of the sites listed above, please visit our Contact Us page to contact your assigned After School Program Specialist.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO (COSA) AFTER SCHOOL CHALLENGE PROGRAM SITES: Northside ISD and the City of San Antonio currently fund 5 Learning Tree sites at:
To obtain information on the registration process, please contact Raquel Patel at 210-397-0846.
NORTHSIDE ISD LEARNING TREE LOCAL 75 FUNDED SITES: For the 2019-2020 school year, 13 schools have been selected to offer a no-tuition Learning Tree After School program for a maximum of 75 students who are most in need based on an application process and set criteria. The 13 schools selected are:
Program hours are 2:45 PM – 6:30 PM on school days.
There is a $30 one-time non-refundable registration fee per year. Parents must attend at least one parent engagement activity or event per month. Students must attend school and program daily, maintain passing grades, and meet behavior expectations in school and in the program.
On-line applications must be completed and submitted for review by the following dates until all spaces are filled:
To submit an online application for the 2019-2020 school year, please select Local 75 Application Form.
To obtain additional information regarding the program at your campus, please visit our Contact Us page to contact your assigned After School Program Specialist.
NORTHSIDE ISD LEARNING TREE TUITION BASED SITES:
Open Registration will begin online Saturday, June 1, 2019.
To register, you will need your campus access code to enroll as a new user.
Open Registration Codes are in effect June 1, 2019 and disabled after April 17, 2020:
To begin the registration process, go to Kids Care Center and enter your access code under New User.