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OST

(Out of School Time) 

(nights, week-ends, holidays, before and after school)

Millions of urban youth lack access to out of school time programs that provide rich opportunities for growth, learning and fun.  Fort Worth SPARC is coordinating the work of government agencies, private funders, local programs and others involved in OST programming and is being pioneered by a group of Wallace Foundation- supported city efforts.  Fort Worth, is one of the eleven cities that are part of the solution!                                                                                                                                                               

 

 

We have 349 square miles of children whose lives will be transformed by FW SPARC.

Their transformation will depend upon, Fort Worth's ability to produce a “collective impact".

Are you up for it?

Our children are counting on YOU!

 

F o r t   W o r t h 

S P A R C

 Strengthening after-school Programs through Advocacy, Resources and Collaboration

 

We are a network of Fort Worth's many different after-school and summer programs.

We collaborate with the City of Fort Worth, each of the 14 school districts within Fort Worth, and various community organizations.

We strive to improve all youth programs by encouraging and providing:​​

Quality training to the people who work with Fort Worth youth each and every day

Equal access to quality programs for ALL Fort Worth youth

Data collection supporting continuous improvement and innovation in Fort Worth's available youth programming.

 

 

 

Latest News & Information

GradNation Fort Worth 2016

GradNation Fort Worth is sponsored by Fort Worth SPARC locally and America's Promise Alliance nationally.  Fort Worth was selected as one of 100 cities to present a GradNation Summit.   The goal is to increase high school graduation rates to 90% or beyond by 2020.  While this is a lofty and inspirational goal, it is a goal which Fort Worth is on the edge of attaining!  Currently, 10 of the 14 school districts within the City of Fort Worth are graduating greater than 90% of their students from high school on time.

October 22, 2016 ----Multifamily Housing Outreach Fair for Apartment Residents on Las Vegas Trail / Calmont Avenue area

The City of Fort Worth’s Community Engagement Office will host a Multifamily Housing Outreach Fair in an effort to provide a “one-stop shop” of city-related services to apartment residents living in the Las Vegas Trail/Calmont Ave. area of West Fort Worth. 

CONNECT with Fort Worth SPARC in the Community!

The City of Fort Worth Mayor's Workshops and Neighborhood Awards 2016