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Points of Pride

  • Congratulations to Shiloh Elementary After School Program for a successful 4th Annual Shiloh "Kids On The Track For A Cure" Walk held Saturday, September 20. Vickie Johnson, program coordinator at Shiloh ASP, reports that she mailed a check in the amount of $1927.50 to the American Cancer Society. Thanks to ASP staff, school faculty, children and parents for their support and Debra Hudson and Jody Funderburk for providing music for the walk.

  • Antioch, Fairview, and New Town Elementary Schools have gone through SACERS (School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale) review this school year and have maintained their 5-Star status. We thank the staff of each of these programs for the hard work involved in attaining this level. Congratulations!

  • All After School Programs that have gone through SACERS review this school year have received 5-Star status. They are: Kensington, Sandy Ridge, Stallings, and Sun Valley . We thank the staff of each of these programs for the hard work involved in attaining this level. Congratulations!

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Benton Heights ASP Has Fire and Safety Week photo

Benton Heights ASP Has Fire and Safety Week

The After School Program at Benton Heights After School Program recently observed Fire and Safety Week. Tanita Cox, ASP coordinator, invited Officer Vivian Caldwell, the on-site resource officer, to come to talk to the children about situations involving danger and how the children could be safe when faced with those situations.

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Antioch ASP--Using Tools for Fun photo

Antioch ASP--Using Tools for Fun

When the children at Antioch Elementary After School Program approached coordinator Caroline Miller with a request to use tools one day, she was understandably concerned. She had visions of injured fingers, bandages, and tears. However, Miller and her staff worked together with a parent and a local home improvement store to make the children's request a reality. (Above, children at Antioch ASP work on their teacher workday project.)

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