Twilight is hiring! If you are interested in working for Twilight this year, check the Siuslaw School District website for information on openings.
Twilight Update Fall 2017 -- Twilight Application
The upcoming year will see major changes in our Twilight programs. Due to lower grant funds, we will have a much smaller budget. Based on surveys, advisory group meetings, and data on our afterschool attendance and participation, the following changes will be made:
- Weekly Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 2:45-5:45 beginning Sept. 11.
- Program will be at the Elementary building only (for students of all grade levels, Kindergarten through 12th grades)
- Transportation discontinued. Please note the following:
- For security purposes we will follow only what is written on student applications. Any changes need to be pre-authorized by parent/guardian.
- All pick-ups must be made by 5:45.
What Twilight will continue to do:
- Continue to offer engaging, active academic and fun programming for students K-12 at the elementary building site;
- Continue to offer Indian Education and other cultural activities;
- Continue to offer our meal program;
- Continue to provide a safe place for our students to build self-esteem and confidence.
Please visit our website frequently, and don’t hesitate to email or call with any questions.
We continue to need your voice in our programming decisions. Sign up for our email listserve to receive information on surveys and feedback meetings via email. Please consider participating in an advisory group or survey. Click on the link to Twilight Advisory Group (in list on left of this page) for more information, or contact us at the Special Programs Office if you are interested:
- Lisa Utz- Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kama Wells- Secretary email@example.com
- Office Phone: (541) 997-5462
Many thanks!If you would like to participate in the feedback process, or have other questions, please contact Kama Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org
Twilight programs participate in the CACFP meal program,
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