Day at the Capitol

It is the job of policy makers to represent you – the constituents who voted them into office. Therefore your opinion on issues is extremely important to them.

Generally speaking, elected officials and their staff from all levels make policy. Whether on a school board, city council, state representative or in the US Congress, elected officials are able to appropriate money for afterschool programs through school, city, state and federal budgets. They also decide how funds can be used, what training or support may be offered, and what activities should take place in afterschool programs they fund. They are the policy makers.

Catch the Magic of Summer Report Release

On January 21, 2022 OregonASK released our summer learning landscape report at a legislative Roundtable and Partner presentation.  We were excited to be able to document some of the magic from summer 2021 through a snapshot of summer program visits and survey responses.

Find the Report HERE and Executive Summery HERE

Share Your Story with Legislators this February!

In place of our normal gathering Day at the Capitol, we will be doing our best to help you share your story with legislators virtually. Please reach out with questions about scheduling a virtual meeting and how we can help you prepare,

Be prepared to inform and advocate- check out these OregonASK Basics of Advocacy slides.

Check out a few pictures from previous years pre-COVID!

Interesting Bills from 2021 Legislative Session that included the field of Afterschool and Summer in Oregon: 

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