After School Action Program (ASAP)
The After School Action Program (ASAP) provides middle school youth with safe after school alternatives that promote responsibility and healthy decisions. A variety of activities are offered that challenge students both mentally and physically to reach their goals. All GISD middle school 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students are encouraged to register. A parent or legal guardian must register his/her student(s) in person at his/her school. Class sizes are limited so early registration is recommended. Programs offered through ASAP include activities such as tutoring, drama, photography, dance, martial arts, club time, and outdoor recreation. ASAP is a partnership program of Georgetown ISD, The Georgetown Project, and Georgetown Parks and Recreation.
Students wll have the opportunity to meet campus instructors, have a snack, and hear about classes at our orientation nights. Pre-registration for these events will be required.
If you miss the information session listed below don't worry at ALL! Your student is always welcome to try out ASAP and learn more. Classes meet at all campuses Monday-Thursday 4:20 to 6pm. Students just need to register online and then report to the designated ASAP Space listed.
Please visit our registration page for more information and to complete our online registration form today to sign up for our exciting 2020 classes! We will be offering Virtual and In-Person opportunities throughout the Fall. Students can participate in any combination of classes. GISD Families that have chosen remote learning are still eligible to send their children to ASAP after school.
- Benold- We will meet in Room 129 on September 22nd at 4:30 p.m.
- Forbes- We will meet in Room 148 on September 22nd at 4:30 p.m.
- Wagner- We will meet in the Cafeteria on September 23rd at 4:30 p.m.
- Tippit- We will meet in the Cafeteria on September 24th at 4:30 p.m.
- Virtual Orientation- Once you register for virtual classes you will receive a Google Meet link for Sept. 25th at 4:30 p.m.
*If you are looking for elementary before and/or after care, Please see YMCA.
What's Your SPARK?SPARK is a term used by The Search Institute (www.search-institute.org) to describe the activities and interests that engage youth to be their best! Discovering their SPARK can help young people express their personalities and make unique contributions to the world! Whether it is dance, drama, sports, photography, art, cooking or more, you can discover your SPARK at ASAP today!It's time to register for Classes! Don't Wait Register Today! Check out the new and exciting classes we are offering that will help you find and grow your SPARK!