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In Their Own Words for PASA's 10th Anniversary: Hub Alum Kweyono Kyne on the Importance of Youth Agency

by Lisa Sampson, Hub Coordinator for Jorge Alvarez High School

posted 8.26.2014

 

Kweyono pointing to her Hub 2010 staff photo post-graduation at the Hub's fall Demo Day in 2012

 

In Their Own Words for PASA's 10th Anniversary: Program Provider Officer Sean Brown On Relationship Building

By Cam Walters, PASA Operations Coordinator

posted 8.5.2014

       

Summer School, the Redux: Nine Photos of the New Face of Summer Learning

If you hear "summer school," and this (above) is what you imagine, it's time for a major summer learning image overhaul.

Frontline Staff Member Spotlight: Camblin Reyes

by Rebecca Petrarca, DelSesto AfterZone Site Coordinator
posted 7.14.14

Guest Blog: Aligning Expanded Learning with New State Standards

This post originally appeared on the Cross & Joftus blog. Cross & Joftus works with states, foundations, school districts, and nonprofit organizations to meet their education goals. PASA worked with Cross & Joftus to identify areas of Common Core alignment and improvement in our AfterZone Summer Scholars program. 

In Their Own Words for PASA's 10th Anniversary: AfterZone Alum Joely Barrios Talks Positive Adult Relationships

by Michael Braithwaite, Director of Communications

posted 7.9.2014

This year, PASA is lucky to be looking back at 10 amazing years working with 10,000 young people. As we take this opportunity to reflect before looking ahead to the next 10 years, we thought we'd sit down with some of our youth alumni and community partners about their thoughts on the AfterZone, Hub, and citywide afterschool in general. 

New Farm Fresh Partnership: AfterZone and Roch's Work Together to Get Students Healthy Snacks

This summer, the AfterZone is partnering with Rhode Island's Roch's Produce to provide healthy snacks from local farmers. 

Use It or Lose It: The Adolescent Brain

This post originally appeared on The After School Corporation (TASC's) blog. TASC is one of PASA's Every Hour Counts partners and is dedicated to helping urban schools give kids more time, more ways, and more opportunities to learn so that everyone can succeed.