CTAN BOOST Initiative
The CTAN BOOST Initiative aims to boost the capacity of Out-of-School Time programs to grow and incorporate best practices for children’s physical activity, healthy eating, and social & emotional learning (SEL). The CTAN BOOST Initiative, funded by a community health grant from St. David’s Foundation, is being led by a child health subcommittee of CTAN (chair: Angel Toscano) in partnership with the University of Texas School of Public Health-Austin. CTAN BOOST activities for the 2015-16 school year will include 2-3 participatory action planning workshops in fall 2015 in which 10 OST program sites from across central Texas will co-learn about best practices for child health promotion and develop a site-specific action plan for ‘boosting’ their OST program. Learn More
School’s Out Central Texas
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Texas Afterschool Association (TAA)