Did we say free? CASE for Kids provides Lending Library for afterschool programs

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June 22, 2015 by HCDE Communications

Did we say free? CASE for Kids provides Lending Library for afterschool programsWe’d like to share our free treasure chest of afterschool resources available to all Harris County out-of-school time programs.

The Lending Library is provided by our division called CASE for Kids and includes tons of materials:


• Resource guides
• Comprehensive curriculum
• Activity books and kits
• Sports and fitness equipment
• Electronics
• Includes a list of free, web-based curriculum and activities

All materials are available for free use on a first-come, first-serve basis to all out-of-school time providers and programs in Harris County that serve youth ages 4-12. Items may be checked out for up to four weeks or longer, depending on some of the comprehensive curriculum.

All you need to do is register as a provider or program. Go to www.afterschoolzone.org/default.aspx?name=Lending_library_homepage for more info.

About the Blogger:
Dr. Lisa M. Thompson-Caruthers serves as director for the Center for Afterschool, Summer and Expanded Learning, or CASE for Kids. CASE for Kids provides leadership, training, technical support and grants management to over 70 afterschool programs serving over 8,000 youth. In her leisure time, Lisa spends time with her hubby and children mastering her social work “active listening” skills and honing her artistic talents. These include building monster trucks and princess carriages out of Legos.

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