Round Rock

ACTIVE Life — Instructors provide a healthy after-school environment for K–5 students at select schools. Students participate in games and learn the importance of physical fitness, health and nutrition. Available at Anderson Mill, Berkman, Bluebonnet, Callison, Robertson, Union Hill, Xenia Voigt and Wells Branch elementary schools. Check with schools for times and schedule. Free. 533-9555 ext. 303. www.activelifehq.org

ASPIRE — The Round Rock ISD ASPIRE Program is available for middle school and elementary students at select schools. The program serves to provide students academic support, links to community resources, development of social success, and college and career preparation. Available at Anderson Mill, Berkman, Bluebonnet, Callison, Robertson, Union Hill, Xenia Voigt and Wells Branch elementary schools, and C.D. Fulkes and Hernandez middle schools. After school–6 p.m. Free. 428-7982. www.roundrockisd.org/Index.aspx?page=2622

clubGEN — After-school program for 5th grade and middle school girls designed to build skills to navigate the pressures of teen years. Program features engaging, weekly fun sessions. Snacks provided. Available at C.D. Fulkes Middle School. 3:30–5:30 p.m. Free. 808-4044 ext.103.www.genaustin.org

Kids Clubhouse — The Clay Madsen Recreation Center provides after-school programs for K–5 students. Activities are based on weekly themes and include arts and crafts, cooking, outdoor and gym games, and more. Clay Madsen Recreation Center, 1600 Gattis School Road. 2:45–6 p.m. $189 per month. Transportation provided from Blackland Prairie, Callison, Forest Creek, Gattis, and Voigt elementary schools. 218-3214. www.roundrockrecreation.com

Kids ‘R’ Kids — After-school programs with a focus on fun learning for K–5 children. Kids can participate in teacher-directed activities, homework help club, computer library and arts and crafts. Snacks are provided. 4341 Teravista Club Drive. After school–6:30 p.m. $70 per week, $100 registration. Transportation provided from Caldwell Heights, Chandler Oaks, Double File Trail, Jim Mitchell, Teravista and Union Hill elementary schools. 310-1120. www.kidsrkidsrr.com

Stepping Stone — Future Leaders and Inventors after-school program offers K–5 students a group interaction with scheduled homework time, math and literature projects, experiments, computer time and more. Three Round Rock locations; 7601 O’Connor Drive; 2301 N. A.W. Grimes Blvd.; 651 Teravista Parkway. After school–6:15 p.m. $285 per month, $100 registration. Transportation provided from Blackland Prairie, Brushy Creek, Cactus Ranch, Caldwell Heights, Callison, Chandler Oaks, Cottonwood Creek, Double File Trail, Fern Bluff, Forest Creek, Gattis, Great Oaks, Herrington, Holy Family, Hutto, Old Town, Robertson, Sommer, Teravista and Union Hill elementary schools. 459-0258. www.steppingstoneschool.com

Y Afterschool — The YMCA offers on-site, after-school care with daily themed activities including arts and crafts, science/math activities, and literacy. Available at all elementary schools in RRISD from end of school day until 6:30 p.m. $187 per month for Y members and full-time district employees; $205 per month for non-members; $40 registration fee per child. Canyon Creek, Jollyville, Laurel Mountain, Kathy Caraway and Spicewood elementary students contact Austin YMCA at 236-9622. All other RRISD elementary students contact Williamson County YMCA at 246-9622. www.ymcagwc.org, www.austinymca.org

Pflugerville

Capital Gymnastics — Children grades K–5 can learn gymnastics and stay fit. Three-, four- and five-day per week programs entail gymnastics and tumbling classes and cardio exercise. 419 Kingston Lacy Blvd. After school–5:30 p.m. three-day program, $200 per month; four-day program, $233 per month; five-day program, $265 per month. Pick ups scheduled for Caldwell, Highland Park and Wells Branch elementary schools—call for availability at other PISD schools. 251-2439. www.capgym.com

The Children’s Courtyard — After-school program includes snacks, curriculum-based activities and homework clubs for K–6 students. Children have access to an on-site library, computer lab, movie theater and arcade. 1308 Picadilly Drive. After school–6:30 p.m. $79 per week, $100 registration. Transportation available from Brookhollow, Caldwell, Highland Park, Murchison, Spring Hill, Timmerman and Windermere elementary schools. Middle school pick ups based on demand. 989-6500. www.childrenscourtyard.com

The Family Room — Children grades K–5 engage can participate in projects, homework time, and group and individual activities. After-school snacks and dinner are provided. 16108 Yellow Sage St. After school–6:30 p.m. $294 per month, $65 registration. Transportation available from most PISD schools—call for availability. 990-2555. www.treeoflifeaustin.org

clubGEN — After-school program for 5th through middle school girls, designed to build skills to navigate the pressures of teen years. Program features engaging, weekly fun sessions. Snacks provided. Available at Dessau and Westview middle schools. 3:30–5:30 p.m. Free. 808-4044 ext.103.www.genaustin.org

Pflugerville ISD Extended Day Program — After-school program provides in-school setting for K–5 students to complete homework and participate in structured recreational activities while overseen by site directors. Program available at all PISD elementary schools. After school–6:30 p.m., no-school days 7 a.m.–6:30 p.m. $50 August, $215 September–May, $50 June, $100 registration. 594-0142. www.pflugervilleisd.net

Stepping Stone — Future Leaders and Inventors after-school program offers K–5 students a group interaction with scheduled homework time, math and literature projects, experiments, computer time and more. 2001 Wells Branch Parkway. After school–6:15 p.m. $265 per month, $100 registration. Transportation available from Northwest, Spring Hill and Timmerman elementary schools. 990-0044. www.steppingstoneschool.com

Striving Stars — Serves K–12 students at 10 PISD Title I schools in the John B. Connally High School feeder pattern. Program focuses on providing students academic support, enrichment activities, and college and career readiness planning. Available at Copperfield, Delco, Dessau, Northwest, Parmer Lane, River Oaks and Wieland elementary schools, 2:50–5:35 p.m. Dessau and Westview middle schools, 3:35–5:20 p.m. John B. Connally High School, 4:15–6 p.m. Free. 594-0129. www.pflugervilleisd.net/dept/inst suppt/services/after school.cfm

Tiger-Rock Martial Arts — Daily tae kwon do lessons are given to K-5 students. Kids participate in character building lessons, team building activities and self-defense courses. 15806 Windermere Drive, Building B. After school–6 p.m. $75 per week, $75 registration. Transportation available from Brookhollow, Caldwell, Highland Park, Pflugerville, Rowe Lane, Timmerman, Spring Hill and Windermere elementary schools. 251-8088. www.texastigerrock.com

Tree House Kids — Family-owned child care center offers after-school snacks, homework sessions and activities for K–5 students. School-age children have use of their own building and play areas. 702 Cedar Ridge Drive. After school–6 p.m. and before school beginning at 6:30 a.m. $65 per week, $50 registration. Transportation available from Brookhollow, Highland Park, Murchison, Pflugerville, Rowe Lane, Timmerman and Wieland elementary schools. 990-7223. www.treehousekidsdaycare.com

Hutto

Rec ‘N’ Crew Kids — The City of Hutto Parks & Recreation Department is offering an after-school program for children grades K–4. Activities will include homework/reading time, group activities, sports, arts and crafts, science and nature, and special events. Old Hutto Middle School, 200 College St. Children will be bused from Nadine Johnson, Cottonwood Creek and Ray elementary schools and walked over from Hutto Elementary. 2:45–6:30 p.m. $160 per month. 759-4000. www.huttotx.gov/index.spx?NID=411

Y Afterschool — The YMCA of Greater Williamson County offers on-site after-school care at all HISD elementary schools for K–5 students. Activities are planned around weekly curriculum themes. Snacks are provided. After school–6:30 p.m. $187 per month, Y members; $205 per month, non-members. 615-5563. www.ymcagwc.org

While Community Impact Newspaper attempted to include all after-school programs, this list may not be comprehensive. If your business was left off, please email us at listings@impactnews.com and we will add it online.


 
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