Project SHARE

Students in a classroom setting.Students outdoor on a playground.Students engaged in an art project coloring a banner.A student working on a painting project.A student demonstrating a completed sewing proejct.

1644 Magnolia Ave, Redding, Ca 96001 ● Tel: (530) 245-7830 ● Fax: (530) 225-0331


Diana Reed- Program Director of Project SHARE


 Diana Reed
Program Director

Rebecca Spencer
Administrative Program Coordinator


Support Council

Our SHARE Support Council is dedicated to supporting quality after school programs through professional development, on-site coaching, mentoring and continuous improvement monitoring.

Diana Reed, Program Director

Jill McWilliams, Area Coordinator

Cathy Brighthaupt, Area Coordinator

Kate Bates, Area Coordinator

Rebecca Spencer, Administrative Program Coordinator

Reanna McCulloch, Administrative Assistant

Jennifer Godbout, Project Coordinator

Justin Looper, Roving Site Liaison



Cathy Brighthaupt Photo
Cathy Brighthaupt
(K-5th Grade Sites)
Area Coordinator

Kate Bates Photo

Kate Bates
Area Coordinator
(Frontier Sites & Summer)


Jill McWilliams Photo

Jill McWilliams
Area Coordinator
(Middle School & High School)



This summer, Project SHARE will be hosting programs at various locations.  For specific sites, fees, registration packets (apart from Happy Valley District which is linked below), dates and hours, please call the Project SHARE office at (530) 245-7830.  The Cascade program is currently full and not accepting anymore students. 

Project SHARE Summer Registration for Happy Valley District Families Only

Vision & Goals

Our Program

Project SHARE (Shasta Health, Academic and Recreation Enrichment) is a collaborative effort between Shasta County Office of Education, school districts and support agencies to provide out of school time activities for our students. Our mission, vision and goals guide our programs to success.

Our Mission

To engage children in enrichment activities which positively affect their academic, social and emotional development.

Our Vision

A safe, structured and caring after school environment for every student in Shasta County, supported by the collaborative efforts of families, students, community members and local agencies.

Our Goals

  • Provide a safe and fun place for students during after school hours
  • Provide academic enrichment activities that increase student achievement
  • Increase attendance
  • Positively affect student behavior
  • Provide homework assistance
  • Offer recreational activities including art, sports, drama

Program Awards & Recognition

Unsung Heroes

Annually, Learning Support Region 2 After School Programs selects exemplary individuals throughout the nine county region who have made a significant contribution to the after school programs and are role models to others in the field. Our 2021 school year Unsung Heroes were recognized at the  Region 2 Conference on August 4, 2021.

*We are very proud of these honorees and the work of all of our staff. Without their dedication, students would not have academic assistance, tutoring, electives and snacks during the after school hours of 2:30 pm to 6 pm.