After School Enrichment Programs (ASEP)
Children need a safe place to be after school with caring, responsible adults and engaging activities that enrich and/or enhance their learning.
The mission of ASEP is to provide safe and supervised after school educational, enriching and/or recreational programs for school age children in grades K-12. Building PTSA’s will choose programs based on their individual demographics, interest level, parent commitment and the approval of the building’s principal.
Nothing we do is as important as the effect it has on a child.
Engaging activities develop values, skills and relationships. Activities are not seen as ends in themselves, but as vehicles for creating values, building skills and solidifying peer and adult relationships. An engaging activity is one that holds children's attention, awakens their imagination, and inspires them to want to learn more.
All children have equal rights to be accepted, respected and valued by others. Children are viewed as individuals to be developed, not problems to be solved.
Children should be considered when making decisions about the programs and program design. If children get to choose how, when, in what and with whom to be engaged, they are far more likely to enjoy themselves and behave cooperatively.
When we listen for understanding everyone learns — children and adults alike. We are constantly able to learn from our children as well as each other. Everyone is a learner.
Programs are intended to be self supporting and to break even financially. They should not be designed to generate a profit for PTSA.
District ASEP Coordinator
ASEP Building Coordinators
Allen Creek: Annie Shaffer
Jefferson Road: Renee Barr and Tricia Piccirilli
Mendon Center: Katie Zink and Lindsay Boehly
Park Road: Tracy Mulheron
Thornell Road: Ivana Nadler
PTSA ASEP instructors must be approved at the District PTSA level. Once approved, instructors can teach a program at any PCSD building. ASEP school coordinators will be notified once the instructor has been approved.
The Current Approved Instructor List can be obtained from the ASEP Chair.
New instructors must complete the following process:
Complete an online application using the application button below.
Complete the Independent Contractor Agreement, found below in Related Files, then mail/email to the District ASEP coordinator.
Provide a Certificate of Liability Insurance. Contact chair for details.
Complete a W-9, found below in Related Files.
1. An online application using the form below.
2. Volunteer Instructor Agreement found below in Related Files.
The program registration process can be specific to each building or program. Schools do not have to run their registration the same way, which allows for flexibility with program needs or requirements. All buildings collecting paper registration forms must use the District PTSA ASEP form templates found below in Related Files. Contact the webmaster for online registration & payment e-form templates.