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Summer Programs

After-School All-Stars of New York offers summer programs that turn summer fun into a life-long learning experience.
Instead of losing ground during the summer exness, disadvantaged children can enjoy days filled with academic and sports instruction that are taught by university students under the supervision of professors and coaches.

CampUs
CampUs is a comprehensive academic/athletic summer camp program held annually on the campus of St. John’s University (STJ) which benefits 1250 children ages 7-13 from New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments and NYC Department of Homeless Services facilities.  The 2 two-week cohorts include academic sessions created and supervised by Dr. Sinatra, Ph.D., and led by New York State certified teachers, and sports activities led by STJ Division I coaches and athletes. Half of each day is devoted to literacy skills and the rest to recreation and socialization activities.  The STJ School of Education curriculum includes in-class instruction and on the field training.  Pre and post tests have demonstrated improved skills based on NYS English Language Arts writing criteria.  Each of the two-week programs culminates in a graduation ceremony.  Ultimately, the youth in ASASNY programs are engaged in academic, athletic, and enrichment activities and on-going relationships that increase confidence and encourage success in all areas of their lives: at home, in school and in the community. 

21st CCLC CampUs
The After-School All-Stars of New York also offers a two week camp on the campus of St. John’s University for selected students from the middle schools where after-school programs are provided during the school year exness thailand: I.S. 192, J.H.S 217 and Bell Academy. Approximately 150 students have the opportunity to participate in not only energizing athletics activities, but also in engaging academic programs which keep the youth focused during the long summer vacation. 

Summertimes
The 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) grant awarded to ASASNY in June 2008 also allows for another summer program to serve a large number of youth in the NYC area.  With the Summertimes Program, 650 students receive comprehensive academic and athletic summer programming for 40 hours per week for a period of 6 weeks. The respective students from P.S. 229, J.H.S. 216 and P.S. 313 also participate in various educational field trips each week including 4 different trips to St. John’s University Queens Campus exness th.


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