Students talk with their teacher during the Newspaper Class at Basalt Middle School.

Access’ SecondShift afterschool program provides middle school students in the Roaring Fork RE-1 and Garfield Re-2 school districts with enrichment activities up to four days a week with an emphasis on character development and life skills.  SecondShift delivers low-cost classes in the arts, music, academic assistance, fitness and much more. Classes take place during the at-risk hours of 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and provide the students with a safe and enriching environment where they can thrive academically and creatively.


Students participate during a session of XLR8 at Carbondale Middle School.


Accelerate (XLR8) is a year-long, intensive academic assistance program for middle school students.  Access works with teachers and administrators to provide tutoring in both in-school and after-school classes, to help XLR8 students develop the academic and social skills they need to be successful.


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