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Points of Pride

  • Congratulations to the parents, children and staff of Wesley Chapel ASP who participated in a mini-Relay for Life on April 20. They walked 240.75 miles and raised $1,586.45!

  • We thank Lowes Home Improvement in Indian Trail for assisting Porter Ridge ASP with its "Lights On" project. Garden Center personnel helped select flowers and design the layout for the area located at the front of the school that's been adopted by the After School Program. The children planted the area on the October 10 teacher workday.

  • Shiloh ASP appreciates the donation made by Latham's Nursery of two beautiful trees. The trees were planted in front of the After School mobile unit at Shiloh Elementary and will provide wonderful shade in just a few years.

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Fashion Is Center Stage at Indian Trail ASP photo

Fashion Is Center Stage at Indian Trail ASP

What is something a group of students can do as a team while still showing individual talents or personality? This is a question Ms. Ginny Burch’s 5th grade After School group posed to each other a few weeks ago. What transpired from this brainstorming session was quite a delight, not only to them, but to the rest of the After School program as well.

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Indian Trail ASP Learns About Quilting photo

Indian Trail ASP Learns About Quilting

Recently Indian Trail After School learned a bit about the Civil War era by way of quilting. Groups 4, 5, and 6 (which are 3rd through 5th grade students) discussed quilting, the different types of patterns, and the pattern meanings. Their goal was to make individual art projects similar to a barn quilt.  (At left are the children and their individual patterns--Jacob's Ladder and Civil War Soldiers Cot Quilt.)

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