We’re proud to receive support from:
AfterZone & HUB programs CANCELLED on TUESDAY
All AfterZone & HUB programs are cancelled for Tuesday, due to severe weather. PASA’s offices will be closed, too. Please be safe and stay warm.
All PASA AfterZone & HUB programs are cancelled for Monday.
Keep checking here throughout the day for more updates as the storm heads to Providence. Stay warm and safe, everyone.
Showstoppers Show Their Stuff (and share their opinions).
This Wednesday my Showstoppers class participated in a focus group designed to figure out what PASA can do better with the AfterZone. It was cool! The girls thought that PASA should have more real world programs. For example, if you’re Read More …
Beling’s Blog: Nurturing Talent Through Peer-to-Peer Relationships
Beling Todd is a former AfterZone student and a sophomore at the Met High School. Since 8th grade, Beling has been leading her own dance program, called Showstoppers, at Roger Williams Middle School. This year she also began interning with Read More …
Roger Williams AfterZone Cancelled Today
Due to the First Lady Michelle Obama’s visit at JSEC and the security measure in place as a result, the Roger Williams AfterZone is cancelled this afternoon. All other AfterZone school sites are continuing as planned.
Call for Programs: AfterZone and Hub Winter and Spring 2015
The Providence After School Alliance (PASA), is excited to announce two opportunities to lead programming in both of our expanded learning after school models. The AfterZone provides free after-school and expanded learning programming for over 1,900 middle school youth at five Read More …
Introducing PASA’s High School Intern: Beling Todd
By Michael Braithwaite, Director of Communications posted 10.17.2014 This is Beling Todd! Around PASA, Beling is known for her radiant smile, quick wit, and outgoing personality. And for being the first 8th grader to start her own AfterZone program. Beling Read More …
Join Us: Free Forum on the Teen Brain with Abigail Baird
Ever wonder how your teenager’s brain might be impacting his/her educational experience? Are you a teacher that wants to better understand your high school students? Or maybe you’ve just noticed that adolescents have a lot of feelings. Either way, we’ve Read More …
From Every Hour Counts: New Measurement Framework Offers a Blueprint for Expanded Learning Systems to Improve and Measure their Progress
This post was written by Chris Mai, Policy and Communications Manager for Every Hour Counts and originally appeared on their blog. Every Hour Counts, formerly the Collaborative for Building After-School Systems, is a coalition of citywide organizations that increase access to Read More …