Youth Development

The Bay Area After-School All-Stars

  • Milpitas, CA
  • www.bayallstars.org

Mission Statement

The mission of the After-School All-Stars is to provide comprehensive out-of-school programs that keep children safe and help them achieve in school and in life

Service Areas

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California

The Bay Area of Northern California

ruling year

1997

Principal Officer since 2011

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Mario Vargas

Keywords

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Comprehensive Out Come Based After School Programs, Academics, Enrichment, Sports, Health and Wellness

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EIN

77-0441284

 Number

3080018172

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Other Youth Development N.E.C. (O99)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

Other Recreation, Sports, or Leisure Activities N.E.C. (N99)

IRS Filing Requirement

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Programs

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Program 1

The San Jose After-School All-Stars (ASAS) has provided tremendous opportunities for the positive development for the children of our community. The ASAS believes that our Comprehensive After-School programs are the most positive investments that can help families and communities to teach kids the values and skills to become good citizens. The curriculum for all of our comprehensive after-school programs include four components; Independent Learning (Academics), Service Learning, Sports/Recreation and Enrichment. Independent Learning: Homework help and service-learning offer opportunities for kids to build independent learning skills. Each day we set aside time for children to work on their homework. Instructors and resources are available to answer questions or provide tutoring. Service Learning offers valuable life lessons through participation in community service activities. Success in school is supported through project-oriented programs that utilize health, fitness and nutrition activities to teach English language arts, math and science. Computers, technology and games; like Tivitz Math, that combines entertainment with educational content are also used as teaching tools. Enrichment: Enrichment activities build social, physical and emotional skills. These activities include sports, performing arts, culture, and computer training. Life skills programs focus on character development, goal setting, self-reliance and citizenshilinking learning objectives with genuine needs. Students will lead the process, with adults as partners, using critical thinking and problem solving skills to concerns such as hunger, pollution, and diversity. Feeding the homeless is a service Studying why they are homeless and how they cope with being homeless is learning Service Learning: Our Entourage Program (Service Learning) is a teaching and learning process designed for our Middle School students. Each service learning project may be tailored to meet specific learning goals and community needs. Our program sites and enrollment for the three school districts we serve for 2007-08 are: San Jose Unified SD: Bachrodt Elementary (100) Gardner Elementary (100) Grant Academy (125) Horace Mann (100) Lowell (100) Trace (100) Burnett Academy (150) Hoover MS (150) John Muir MS (80) River Glen School (120) Willow Glen MS (80) SJSU Judo & Dance (50) Mt. Pleasant SD: Ida Jew Elementary (125) Mt. Pleasant Elementary (100) Robert Sanders Elementary (100) Valle Vista Elementary (100) August Boeger MS (120) Alum Rock Union SD: Fischer MS (120) Joseph Georger MS (120) Mathson MS (80) Ocala MS (120) Pala MS (120) Renaissance Academy MS (80) Sheppard MS (120) In addition to providing a safe place, some good activities, and a more relaxed classroom atmosphere, the students have the opportunity to maintain and improve the skills they have learned. The multitude of programs we can offer allow us to promote a sport for all orientation, encouraging widespread participation in sports, computer education and other health related activities.

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Service Areas

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California

The Bay Area of Northern California

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The Bay Area After-School All Stars
Fiscal year: Jul 01-Jun 30

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The Bay Area After-School All-Stars

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Principal Officer

Mario Vargas

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Bill Tamblyn President

DiTech Networks

Term: Sept 2011 - June 2013

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