Fl!pside, the opposite of boredom. Afterschool activities for youth
  • Greetings Washington students and families! 

    Flipside will be offering in-person and virtual fun and free afterschool classes for all Washington students! Flipside classes provide engaging enrichment opportunities and academic support for middle school and high school students and are funded through the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant.

    Classes will begin Monday, January 31st

    Transportation WILL NOT be provided. Students must be able to walk or have their own ride home; bus tokens will be available.

    Flipside Program Advisory: We would love to get input from both youth and adults about how our program can improve or best serve your family. Please email your schools' Flipside Coordinator  to learn more about this opportunity.

    Program Evaluation Information: The Flipside afterschool program continually works to improve the program quality and experience for students in order to reach intended outcomes.  Parents are given the option to to have their child participate in evaluation activities upon registering for the program.  If you choose not to participate in program evaluation activities, please sign and return the form below to your school office. The student survey is also listed below for your review.

  • Register for Flipside classes HERE. Registration closes on January 25th

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Contact Us

  • Phia Yang
    Flipside Afterschool Coordinator

    Ben Stock
    Extended Day Coordinator


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  • Flipside is sponsored by the SPPS Alternative Education, Athletics and Community Education Departments in partnership with the Saint Public Library and is partially funded with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education using federal funding, CFDA 84.287, Every Student Succeeds Act, Title IV B – 21 Century Community Learning Centers. The contents of this publication do not necessarily represent the policy of the Federal Department of Education or the state Department of Education and you should not assume endorsement by the federal or state government.