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Sustainable Extra-curricular Programming at an Independent School

dc.contributor.authorWoodhouse, Brian
dc.descriptionLeadership and Learning in Organizations capstone project
dc.description.abstractA private Catholic school in Chicago sought to assess the sustainability of their after-school programming based on their enrollment, facilities, finances and needs of their community. Increasing participation and demands on facilities caused the school to examine their current structure. Methodology to conduct this investigation included historical data, interviews with stakeholders and parent survey data conducted by an outside organization. Successful implementation structures were also researched and changes for improvement regarding scheduling, data systems, facility use and fees were recommended.
dc.subjectAfter-school programming
dc.subjectSuccessful implementation
dc.subjectImplementation Framework
dc.subjectStudent benefits
dc.subjectSocial Skills
dc.titleSustainable Extra-curricular Programming at an Independent School

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