October 7, 2013
On a professional level, I am the Administrative Manager of a Foundation which has supported ASAP in the past and will continue to do so with great pleasure in the future. ASAP has always had exceptional programs, but this group continually strives to improve and expand their offerings. On a personal level, my granddaughter has attended several of the week-end workshops offered by ASAP and plans to participate in an upcoming Community Project with Pilobolus. The staff of ASAP (both administrators and teachers) are excellent, and my granddaughter eagerly awaits each new adventure with ASAP. As a 3rd grade student who was at Sandy Hook Elementary on 12.14 last year, Alexa was devastated by the tragedy. As it happened, she was signed up for an ASAP holiday workshop the very next day. After much discussion, we decided to let her attend as we were striving for as much normalcy as possible in the midst of chaos. The director of ASAP assured me that she would alert the teachers and staff, and Alexa was welcomed and nurtured from the moment she walked in the door. I cannot say enough about how much ASAP has done to provide programs that meet the needs of children and that allow them opportunities they would never have otherwise. I also know that they reach out to others in need on a personal level as they did to my family. I wish every school district in the United States could have a program like this.
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