• SPS Afterschool Programs
    Springfield Public Schools actively seeks to create after-school enrichment opportunities for students, through grant funding and partnerships with other agencies and organizations such as Willamalane Park and Recreation District and the University of Oregon. 
    In 2009, Springfield Public Schools was awarded its second 21st Century Community Learning Center After-school grant to six schools: Centennial, Douglas Gardens, Mt. Vernon and Page elementary schools, and Agnes Stewart and Hamlin middle schools. That funding source has ended. 

    Springfield is currently receiving funding through another 21st Century Community Learning Center after-school grant for its Miller Afterschool Program, better known as MAP, which serves Springfield High School and several schools that feed into it: Guy Lee Elementary, Two Rivers-Dos Ríos Elementary and Hamlin Middle School. 
    Other opportunities
    • Students at Springfield's middle schools get free access to Willamalane's Two50 youth center after school and on no-school days as well. A shuttle bus from Briggs Middle School is also available. Students have access to gaming, pool, a climbing wall, HDTVs, a lounge and fun classes. The center is also open in the summer.
    • Willamalane's Kids Club, a fee-based program for grades K-5, operates at a number of Springfield schools: Centennial, Douglas Gardens, Guy Lee, Maple, Mt. Vernon, Page, Ridgeview, Riverbend, Two Rivers-Dos Ríos, Thurston, Walterville and Yolanda elementaries. Other schools provide a variety of afterschool opportunities. Check with your neighborhood school.
    • Willamalane also offers a fee-based Early Start program at five schools: Centennial, Mt. Vernon, Ridgeview, Thurston and Yolanda elementary schools.
    • Many schools periodically offer after-school programming such as art classes. Check with your school.