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Lights On Afterschool 2020 Recap

A special THANKS to Senator Jon Tester and Veronica DeCrane for lending your thoughts, voice, wisdom and TIME to make our Lights On Town Hall a success. View the recording here!

Governor Bullock recognized October 22, 2020 as Lights On Afterschool Day in Montana!

Governor Bullock’s Proclamation of Lights On Afterschool Day 2020

Thank you for your participation in this year’s Lights On Afterschool in Montana!


Watch MTAA’s Lights On Celebration from October 21, 2020!

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Our Western States Town Hall was such a great way to kick-off the Lights On Afterschool celebration. MTAA would like to extend a special thank you to Senator Jon Tester and Veronica DeCrane for lending your thoughts, voice, wisdom and TIME to make our Lights On Town Hall a success. We appreciate all of the work afterschool professionals do for Montana youth. Let’s keep the #LightsOnAfterschool beyond this moment!

MTAA also shared a short and sweet celebration special to Montana. We shared some exciting news and our Lights On Afterschool Dance Challenge winners. Check out the recording below!

 

Hosting a Lights On Afterschool Event?

The Afterschool Alliance has a comprehensive list of tools, ideas and materials to help you design and host an event tailored to your program and community, including sample press releases and customizable information sheets to share with attendees or to drop in the mail for those who can’t make it. Registering your event, here, means showcasing the work you are doing and the importance of out-of-school time care in Montana.

Promote Your Event - Thinking of celebrating Lights On Afterschool? We want to see it! Here are some ideas:

  • Press Release - Include high resolution pictures of your program!

  • Posts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter - Use the hashtag #LightsOnAfterschool and tag MTAA @mtafterschool so we can see it!

  • Invitations to local school staff, administration, and community leaders!