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LOCAL STORY: A SAFE SPACE IN THE SHADOW OF AN ACTIVE VOLCANO

With ripe papaya and fresh orchid farms surrounding the school, the people are proud of their home and heritage. Although recently the community has been threatened and by an active volcano spewing lava and damaging homes, the Pahoa Intermediate School still stands, and their students are proud as ever. “We are the Pahoa Kids!”  exclaim the students.   

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ALL-STARS PARTICIPATE IN SPORTS LEAGUES TO PREPARE THEM FOR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS.

11 Schools

2,137 Students

77% Qualify for a Free or Discounted Lunch Program

Demographics:

52% Asian American/Pacific Islander  

24% White

12% Latino/a 

5% Black/African American

5% Native American/American Indian 

3% Other

EVALUATING AFTERSCHOOL

By Jason Spector, Research & Evaluation Director

Defining program quality is no small feat, and for ASAS, specifying what “quality” means has been intrinsically tied to our organization’s historical governance structure.

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HAWAII AGRICULTURAL FOUNDATION KIDS COOKING INITIATIVE PROVIDES TRAINING FROM RENOWNED LOCAL CHEFS

Revenue:

14% Foundation
74% Government
2% Corporate
1% Individual
7% Event

Expenses:

85% Program

11% Administration

4% Fundraising

REPRESENTATIVE JOY A. SAN BUENAVENTURA MET WITH HAWAII STUDENTS AT THE HAWAII STATE CAPITOL