ALACN is pleased to provide an interactive map for the purpose of locating Out-of-School programs throughout our state. The process will of course, be ever evolving as programs and resources will continually be added to enhance information supplied to the website user.
What you should know –
If your Out-of-School Program is not included, please let us know.
The goal is to also include information regarding services and resources in your local area. (i.e. Children’s Policy Council, 4-H Club, Chamber of Commerce, etc.) Your suggestions and insight are greatly appreciated.
When your program is included on our site, a Program’s individual page can provide any information you would prefer to be displayed. For example, we can include your individual Program’s logo, mission, and/or web-link to your site. To customize that which is displayed to the public, please inform us of what you would prefer.
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