"Preparing All Students to Succeed"

Suzanne Thompson
ASP- Director

Points of Pride

  • Congratulations to the staff at Kensington ASP and at Rocky River ASP for having had no violations during their most recent State visits. We thank everyone at both sites for making that possible!
  • Many of our 27 After School Program sites will be going through the School Age Care Environmental Rating Scale (SACERS) evaluation during the 2015--2016 school year. The ASP staff members at each school are reviewing policies, procedures, and SACERS questions to prepare for review. We thank all of them for their hard work as they prepare for the evaluations, and we look forward to maintaining 5-Stars at all of these programs!

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Antioch ASP Plays Survivor photo

Antioch ASP Plays Survivor

It was a day full of fun and games at Antioch After School Program on the last teacher work day, September 25. The students and staff competed against the clock and each other in a "Survivor"-type competition and had a great time! (Left: an Antioch student tries his hand at the Shape Throw.) Full Story
Benton Heights ASP Welcomes Fall with Plants photo

Benton Heights ASP Welcomes Fall with Plants

Fall is here, and it’s time to spruce up around the house by planting flowers in the yard. The children at Benton Heights After School Program recently had fun learning about plants, flowers, and vegetables. They also learned what plants grow during each season with the help of Mrs. Deborah Hall, group leader at the program. Full Story

"Mrs. Johnson's Fighters" Support American Cancer Society

Four students at Shiloh Elementary After School Program decided to support cancer research in an individual, creative way by opening a business and honoring Vickie Johnson, Shiloh ASP coordinator. For the past four years, Johnson and the Shiloh Elementary community have hosted “Kids On the Track for a Cure” and have raised several thousand dollars each year for the American Cancer Society. Johnson is a three-time cancer survivor, and all the children in the program realize how important cancer research is.

(Above: Elexa Ocampo, Lindsey Avant, Vanessa Saiz, and Adrianna Delgado--entrepreneurs display their product!)

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