Our Story

For 20 years, Prime Time Palm Beach County has been working to help children and youth succeed by strengthening and expanding quality in the out-of-school time (OST) field. As we move into 2022, we would like to share our story to help connect the work with its impact. In 2019-2020, Prime Time had more than 2,500 OST professionals attend its trainings, more than 20,000 youth receive access to Prime Time's expanded learning opportunities and 148 OST programs participated in the Palm Beach County Quality Improvement System. What does this mean for the OST field, program, professional, children and youth? Prime Time's blog, Our Story, will have answers.



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Prime Time and School District Discuss the Ingredients for a Successful Partnership and Implementation of SEL

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Egret Lake Afterschool Program Performs with Prime Time Expanded Learning Opportunity

New Podcast Series from The Wallace Foundation Shares Findings and Early Lessons from a RAND Corporation Study of PSELI


Resource Depot Makes Special Connection with Youth While Sharing Affects of Pollution on Our Earth


Two Palm Beach County QIS Program Practitioners Selected to NAA’s Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders 2021


Children Attending New Hope Charities Afterschool Program Receive Hands-On Learning Experiences with the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County

Adult SEL Blended Series: Tuning in for Self-Care and Empathy (OST)


Afterschool Director Takes Advantage of Prime Time Scholarships to Reach Her Dreams

SEL Specialist Knellee Bisram Featured in Wallace Interview


Launching a Social and Emotional Learning Initiative

Palm Beach County Highlights in 2020

Staff Show Gratitude at Hope Centennial