New to the After-School Time Period Directory?
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about the After-School Time Period (ASTP) Program Directory and Input Form.
What is the After-School Time Period (ASTP) Program Directory?
What is the purpose of the ASTP Program Directory?
What if I want to add a program to the ASTP Directory?
What programs are eligible to be included in the ASTP Program Directory?
Who can complete the Program Input Form online?
What if I can't access the web to complete the online form?
What if I want to change the information in the Directory about my program or remove it altogether?
Where did the information in the ASTP Program Directory come from?
Who was the survey distributed to?
What were the findings from the information gathered?
What if I don't want my program to be included in the ASTP Program Directory?
The directory of After-School Time Period (ASTP) programs focuses on opportunities which are available for children and youth in Saskatchewan between the ages of 5 and 18, delivered during the hours of 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM over the school year.
To provide information for communities, parents, schools and stakeholders on the sport, culture and recreational opportunities available for young people in the After-School Time Period. The directory is an informational tool to promote sport, culture and recreation programs and organizations in your area.
You can locate programs in your area, find activities that are appropriate for different ages, and see opportunities to participate or collaborate with others in your community.
You can add your program information to our directory at any time using the input form. Once the information has been reviewed, your program will be viewable online as part of the directory. A user guide has been provided to help with completing the input form.
If your program is directed at children or youth in Saskatchewan between the ages of 5 and 18, delivered during the hours of 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM over the school year then it's eligible to be included as part of the ASTP Program directory.
Anyone can complete the form, provided that the contact information for the coordinator/organizer, host organization as well as the information about your program is complete and meets the specification above.
Contact our Swift Current Office and we would be happy to collect the details from you via email or telephone and complete the online form on your behalf.
If you need to change the details of your program, or would like your information removed from our directory, please contact the Consultant – Youth Engagement at (306)780-9219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPRA circulated a provincial survey in November 2012, inviting people to tell us about their ASTP programs and practices. SPRA then analyzed the responses, summarized the findings in a report and used the basic program information collected to develop an online directory of programs.
Included within the distribution of the survey were: SPRA Members, Sport, Culture and Recreation Districts, Organizations and Provincial Partners, Municipalities, School Divisions, Community Schools and First Nation & Metis communities. A more comprehensive list can and details of the distribution implementation can be found in our Inventory report.
The “After-School Time Period Inventory Report” outlines the project framework as well as providing an overview and analysis of the findings from the survey.
If you had indicated that you would not like your program to be part of the directory, we did not include your information in the directory. If you completed the survey your program will have been used to report on generic findings related to programming in the province.
Consultant – Youth Engagement
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
#100 – 1445 Park Street