After-School Activities Program

Safe, Active Place for Kids

The After-School Activities Program (ASAP) staff offers innovative programming for school-age youth, and we are dedicated to fostering positive relationships in a safe, friendly, and active community of youth and adults.

We focus on learning, retention, involvement, safety, and putting the fun back in after-school programming for our children.

ASAP is based out of the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center (1402 Heart Mountain Street) Monday through Friday afternoons, and youth have access to a variety of amenities and activities each day, including swimming at designated times.


Students in kindergarten through 6th grade can participate.


Club-based Wacktivities each school day, plus HomeFUN tutoring, swimming, and a variety of recreational opportunities. Snacks and all other supplies are provided each day at no additional charge


Each school day until 6 pm (Please Note: ASAP will NOT be open on school holidays or teacher in-services. Recreation Center staff will offer alternative programming on many of these days; contact staff for more information.)


Paul Stock Aquatic & Recreation Center, 1402 Heart Mountain Street
*Transportation to the Rec Center is provided by the school district on Bus #31 (the SQUIRREL bus) for students from Sunset & Eastside Schools, and Bus #5 (the LIZARD bus) for Livingston youth! ASAP staff will ride the bus route the first couple weeks of school to help insure students get where they need to be


10 Day Punchcard: $90; 20 Day Punchcard: $180
*Children must have a daily punch available in order to attend ASAP. Punch cards can be shared by siblings.

ASAP Offers

    • Enriching and engaging daily Wacktivities
    • HomeFUN tutoring Monday through Friday
    • College-age or older staff
    • Staff-to-child ratios that meet or exceed National Association of Elementary School Principal recommendations
    • Home Court Advantage: Safety, Belonging, Value and Courage
More information is available in the ASAP brochure  or contact staff at (307) 250-8362 for more information. A registration packet must be completed and returned for each child before attending the program.