Spotlight on ASAP Chess Club Leader

Spotlight on ASAP Chess Club Leader
Gideon School Chess Mentor Program
“It feels good being a mentor,” Says eight-grader Terrell Creighton, “The students look up to me, so I want to do better.” Terrell is one of four Gideon Middle School chess students who are teaching groups of elementary age students the ins and outs of the chess board. The brain child of Gideon Chess Coach Yvonne L...

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Spotlight on ASAP Group Volunteering

Spotlight on ASAP Group Volunteering
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Spotlight on ASAP High School Club Leader

Spotlight on ASAP High School Club Leader
Chavonna James
A senior at Mastery Charter, Chavonna James started working with ASAP this year as a community service component of her senior project. However, her work with ASAP was not merely to fulfill a requirement. Chavonna made it clear to ASAP staff that she plans to become a teacher, and she realized being an ASAP club leader would be a...

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Spotlight on ASAP Scrabble Club Leader

Spotlight on ASAP Scrabble Club Leader
John Green

When John Green isn’t snapping photos of devoted fans at Phillies, Sixers and Flyers games, he can be found coaching Scrabble to elementary school students at Queen Memorial Library and the YouthStudyCenter each week. By night, John is an official photographer for Fan Photo at sporting events, but by day, he competes in regional...

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Spotlight on ASAP Philly Plays Scrabble Students

Spotlight on ASAP Philly Plays Scrabble Students
Shakeita Johnson, 12 years old, SmithSchool
Nashaye Overby, 12 years old, Smith School
Shakeita and Nashaye are both regular participants in John’s Scrabble club at Queen Memorial Library. Shakeita explained that she is there each week because “Scrabble is fun. It helps you learn new words. It also helps you memorize words.”
Nashaye is a fan of the...

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