Hey, are you hungry?
For the last thirty years, I’ve been committed not just to my own health, but also to the health of our nation’s youth. I was honored to serve on the President’s Council for Physical Fitness, and started my non-profit organization, After-School All-Stars. Since 1993, After-School All-Stars has provided daily after-school programs to over 80,000 youth. ASAS programming includes Health & Wellness, Visual and Performing Arts, STEM, SEL (Socio Emotional Learning), Career Exploration, and Academic Readiness.
Mel’s Drive-In has supported After-School All-Stars for many years, with a generous legacy of giving back. I am partnering with Mel’s to bring you this menu of healthy options, where a portion of the proceeds goes to After-School All-Stars. Know that you will be eating right and helping the kids!
After-School All-Stars has helped millions of students in its 30 years so far –– here’s to 30 more, thanks to supporters like you!
After-School All-Stars Timeline
Arnold Appointed to PCPFS
In January of 1990, then President George Bush, appointed Arnold Schwarzenegger as Chairman of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports and challenged him to raise the consciousness of all Americans on the importance of good health through physical fitness. The experience sparks Arnold’s passion for teaching, coaching and mentoring youth.
Arnold Elected Governor
Arnold Schwarzenegger is elected 38th Governor of the state of California. Inner City Games converts its model to comprehensive afterschool programs, and we change our name to After-School All-Stars (ASAS). Model includes: STEM, Academic Readiness, Visual & Performing Arts, Health & Wellness, Career Exploration, and Social-Emotional Learning