Aspen Public Radio
November 2014
Non-Profit in the Spotlight

Each month Aspen Public Radio highlights a different non-profit in the Roaring Fork Valley. During the month of November 2014 Access AfterSchool was selected as the featured organization. The interviews are divided into four parts.
- Part 1: To listen click here.
- Part 2: To listen click here.
- Part 3: To listen click here.
- Part 4: To listen click here.

Citizen Telegram
July 31, 2014
Getting their hands dirty to learn

Kids and dirt have always seemed to go together, so why not make the fun of getting hands dirty a learning experience, too? (To view page click here)

KDNK Public Radio/Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program
July 2014
BoostCamp Students

A group of fifth grade students from Access AfterSchool’s summer BoostCamp visited KDNK and read “All About Me” paragraphs and poems.
- To listed to the July 28, 2014, show click here.
- To listen to the July 21, 2014 show, click here.

Sopris Sun
May 1, 2014
Rock Climbing Program

Carbondale Middle School fifth grader Grace Jardine enjoys her climbing session during an Access AfterSchool SecondShift program on a recent Tuesday afternoon. (To view page click here)

Post Independent
April 29, 2014
SecondShift Sandpainting Program

Mitchell Silas has been doing Navajo sandpainting since he was 7 years old, and has traveled the world over doing demonstrations. Silas recently oversaw an eight-week
Access AfterSchool SecondShift afterschool program at Glenwood Springs Middle School. (To view page click here)

KDNK Radio/Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program
April 28, 2014
Spoken Word Program Interview

Tyler Treadway, a 7th grade student at Carbondale Middle School, and his poetry instructors talk about SecondShift’s Spoke Word class. Listen here.

The Longhorn Times
April, 2014
Basalt Middle School Newspaper

Basalt Middle School’s “SecondShift” Newspaper class created the 1st issue of The Longhorn Times. The class was taught by instructor Allison Johnson. To view the PDF click here.

Glenwood Post Independent
April 11, 2014
Jr. Fire Rescue Academy

Tabor Przadeh, a sixth grader at Glenwood Springs Middle School, practices the proper method to discharge a fire extinguisher with assistance from Greg Bak of the Glenwood Springs Fire Department. (To view page click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
March 7, 2014
Wild About Unicycling

When Pat Wild isn’t busy teaching technology at Riverside Middle School in New Castle, he can sometimes be found on top of a unicycle. In fact, he also instructs a unicycle-riding class through the Access AfterSchool programs.  (To view page click here)

To view ACCESS’ news archive for 2013 click here.
To view ACCESS’s news archive for 2012 click here.

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