After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Orlando aims to cultivate a supportive and empowering community for all students. We know not every child may have a positive perception of what the word “home” means, but our hope is that they will feel at home in ASAS and feel that they belong. We want students to feel empowered to be young, full of life, and fully themselves. We aspire to make middle school an enjoyable experience where students can experience personal growth unlike ever before.
One of the students who drastically marked our lives was Wallace Wyatt III. Not only was he a student in our program, but he moved on to be an intern, and is now a site coordinator for our North Texas chapter. He has gone on to positively impact so many others, while guiding them in finding their own authentic voice. He longs to see students to speak up for what they need in order to be successful in life. And we can confidently say, there is nothing more rewarding than to see students give back to their communities.
79%QUALIFY FOR FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM
- Black/African American39%
- White 21%
- Asian American/Pacific Islander3%
- Other 2%
- 93% Program
- 6% Administration
- 1% Fundraising
Mayor Buddy Dyer
Marissa Castro Mikoy
Dan Toffoli serves as the Executive Director for the After-School All-Stars Orlando chapter. Prior to this role, Dan spent over four years as an Assistant Principal in the Orange County School District and nearly two decades in the non-profit juvenile justice sector with AMI Kids, managing residential and day-treatment programs across the state of Florida and Georgia. Dan is a graduate of the University of Florida and lives in the Orlando area with his wife and two children.