OST programs are state and/or federally-funded, high-quality programs that link learning from the regular school day to the out of school time space, thereby increasing student outcomes; behavior, attendance, and coursemarks. Programs are meant to have regular student attendance where staff can provide them with academic support and infuse social-emotional learning and support. Programs administered in the Community Engagement Branch include:
(Please wait for the map below to load)Map courtesy of Hawaii Afterschool Alliance.
Students in the Department’s After-School Plus (A+) Program are given time to complete homework and participate in enrichment and physical activities such as arts, crafts, drama, dance, sports and games. The monthly enrollment fee is $120 per child, with subsidies available for qualified participants. The A+ Parent Handbook includes more information about the program. For questions about the program, contact your
elementary school office or A+ program coordinator.
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- Federal Identification Number: 99-0266482
- State Identification Number: GE-152-704-0000-01
If your child's A+ Program is serviced by a private provider, please inquire with the provider for their federal and state identification numbers.
Thank you for your interest in working for the A+ Program! If you would like more information about employment opportunities, please contact the Site Coordinator during operational hours (2-5 p.m.) — contact information available here. Potential employees are required to undergo fingerprinting and a background check through the Department of Human Services before starting.