New York

New York

Serving our Community since 1995

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Dual Language Middle School and After-School All-Stars are strengthening the connection between home and school through engagement.

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Celebrating Growth & Impact

In our first quarterly newsletter of 2024, we reflect on a year of extraordinary success for our students, and we look ahead to the future of our chapter.

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After-School All-Stars New York
515 Madison Avenue  |  Suite 9016
New York, New York 10022

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 415-305-2370

Taryn Davis, Executive Director

Michael Schmidt, Board Chair

August DiRenzo, Honorary Board Chair



Our Reach:

12 Sites

2,375 Students

87% of Students are Economically Disadvantaged

Student Ethnicity:

63% Black / African American

30% Hispanic / Latinx

5% Other

1% Asian / Pacific Islander

1% Native American

Other Chapter Data:

21% of Students are English Language Learners

21% of Students are Identified as Students with a Disability

22% of Students are Identified as Students in Temporary Housing

25% of Students Across ASAS NY Schools are Considered Chronically Absent

9 out of 12 Programs are Located in Title 1 Schools


69% Government
14% Foundation
1% Corporate
1% Event
15% Other


83% Program

11% Administration

6% Fundraising

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Rhece’s story

 “After-School All-Stars has changed me for the better…

In 7th grade, I joined All-Stars with the classes Power Hour and Sports as a Hook. Power Hour is where I would get my homework done and once we were finished, we would do something productive like reading or working on another assignment.

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All-Star Zapphire explores fun ways to stay active in her GoGirlGo! class. She has made incremental strides in her physical activity as well as marked progress in choosing healthier food options.


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Taryn Davis

Executive Director, ASAS NY

Taryn Davis is the Executive Director for ASAS New York. Taryn brings to All-Stars a career history of progressively responsible educational and nonprofit leadership experience. Taryn served as the Dean of Students at Harlem Village Academies; the Founding Dean of Students/Assistant Principal and Interim Acting Principal for Baystate Academy Charter Public School; the Community School Director at the Center for Supportive Schools; various program-focused roles at the United Federation of Teachers-United Community Schools; and most recently, as the Director of the Youth Empowerment Unit with the Office of the District Attorney in Queens County. Taryn holds a B.S. in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies and a Master’s in Education in Psychology from Springfield College.

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