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Points of Pride

  • We salute Vickie Johnson and the ASP staff, school staff, and families of Shiloh Elementary for the sucessful Third Annual Kids On Track for a Cure held on Saturday, September 21. There was a great turnout and $2,031 was contributed to the cure for cancer.

  • 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!

  • 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!

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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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