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ASAP Celebrates Lights On After School 2014

Parent Category: NewsPublished: October 23, 2014 Print

ASAP was proud to be one of 8,000 communities across the nation taking part in the 15th annual Lights On After School on October 23, 2014. Lights On celebrates after school programs and their important role in the lives of children, families, and communities.

Dozens of ASAP programs participated in this year's event, hosting programs such as a balloon launch carrying students' favorite aspects of after school, an stl250 cake design, talent show, and t-shirt decorations. Photos below are from ASAP sites at Jefferson (operated by Provident), Patrick Henry (Neighborhood Houses), and Sigel (Neighborhood Houses) elementary schools and St. Frances Cabrini (YWCA).




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ASAP Students Play60 with the St. Louis Rams

Parent Category: NewsPublished: November 29, 2012 Print

ASAP after school sites at Adams Park Community Center, Cote Brilliante Elementary, Dunbar Elementary, Farragut Elementary, and Herzog Elementary were given the opportunity to participate in the National Football League's (NFL) Play60 Campaign with the St. Louis Rams on November 27.

Rams' kicker Greg Zuerlein and linebacker Justin Cole spoke to the ASAP students about the importance of fitness, and even took part in some of the activities with the children!

Play60 is "designed to tackle childhood obesity, and brings together the NFL's long-standing commitment to health and fitness with an impressive roster of partner organizations. In addition to national outreach and online programs, NFL PLAY 60 is implemented at the grassroots level through NFL's in-school, after-school, and team-based programs."

ARCHS and ASAP thanks the Rams for their support!

ASAP Celebrates Lights On After School

Parent Category: NewsPublished: October 30, 2012 Print

ASAP was proud to be one of 6,000 communities across the nation taking part in Lights On After School. The 13th annual Lights On After School was held October 18 and featured more than 1 million Americans rallying for after school programs.

Dozens of ASAP programs participated in Lights On After School, hosting programs, such as pumpkin carving, board games, science experiments, fall festivals, arts and crafts, and much more!

Click here to see photos from St. Louis The King, Mullanphy Elementary, Bryan Hill Elementary, Ashland Elementary, St. Frances Cabrini Academy, Sherman Elementary, Peabody Elementary, and Froebel Elementary!

ASAP Honored With "What's Right With The Region!" Award From FOCUS St. Louis

Parent Category: NewsPublished: March 30, 2012 Print

The After School for All Partnership (ASAP) and its partners are pleased to announce it will be honored on May 3 with "What's Right With The Region (WRWR)" award from FOCUS St. Louis. The 15th annual regional celebration recognizes success stories from the Greater St. Louis area.

ASAP is receiving the award for its work in increasing access to, and the quality of, after school programs for more than 4,000 students each year. ARCHS, St. Louis for Kids, Saint Louis Public Schools, after school program providers, and a unique blend of public and private funders have strategically worked together since ASAP was created in 2007.


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ARCHS Brings ASAP to Riverview

Parent Category: NewsPublished: February 28, 2012 Print
At the request of the State of Missouri Department of Social Services, ARCHS is partnering with the Riverview Gardens School District to bring added services to students and families.

First, ARCHS will be bringing added after school ASAP programs to the district this spring. An ASAP after school program will be provided for up to 48 students at Danforth Elementary School.

In addition, ARCHS will also be providing Kids Vision for Life (KVFL) services to five schools within the district. KVFL is a partnership with Essilor Vision Foundation, Inc. and Crown Vision Center that provides free eye screenings to children in grades K-6, then provides free eye examinations to students who fail the screening, and provides free eye glasses to students who need them after completing the eye examination.

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