Most of the 73 FWISD/CFW sites operate four days per week (Monday through Thursday) from the time school is dismissed to 6:00 p.m. In a few cases, parent-pay and free programs are offered at the school sites on Fridays. However, FWAS is free to participants, most of whom come from families that qualify for the federal free lunch program. FWAS’s day-to-day operations are overseen by an administrative staff, which consists of a director and two program coordinators. A site supervisor manages the program at each site. FWISD/CFW goals include increasing educational competence, physical and social development, and decreasing opportunities for children to become victims or perpetrators of crime. At each site, children receive a snack and an opportunity to complete their homework with program staff assistance. Schools also offer programming in at least 3 of 5 other areas: (1) academic enrichment/tutoring/ homework help, (2) recreation/youth development, (3) fine arts, (4) service learning/ community service, and (5) technology tools/ skills.