Thrive at School
Three school-based programs run by Thrive.
What Is Thrive at School?
Three Thrive programs make up Thrive at School. They are: The Child Advancement Project (CAP), Girls on the Run® and the Parent Liaison Program. They are designed to make the school year easier for kids, parents and teachers alike.
Girls on the Run is a confidence-building running program for girls in grades 3-8. Teams meet after school (at school) for 10 weeks. Girls make friends and learn life skills through conversation-based lessons and running games, culminating in a 5K.
CAP is a nationally-recognized program that matches kids in grades K-12 with a volunteer mentor, who they meet with one-on-one for an hour per week. CAP is in every Public School in Big Sky and Bozeman, with over 600 matches each year.
Parent Liaisons are professionals who work in the schools. They run parenting classes, provide one-on-one support for parents and support parent-teacher collaboration. They're experts, they're friendly and they're there for all parents.
Do The Programs Work?
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