The After School At-Risk Snack Program is a federally funded program designed to provide a snack and/or a meal to school children participating in an after school enrichment program. The enrichment program must be related to the arts or sciences, and cannot be sports focused. The program does not have to be located in a school, but must be in the zone of a school where at least 50% of the students are eligble for free or reduced meals. For 2015, the eligible clusters are: East Robertson, Jo Byrns, and Springfield. Coopertown is also eligible as those students feed into Springfield High. If you are providing enrichment services to children in an after school environment, contact us to see if we can help with providing food.