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All-Stars Newsletter - March 2022

Aloha ASAS Hawaii ʻOhana,

Did you know that each of our program sites has its own dedicated webpage? You can find contact information for site coordinators, online registration forms, monthly program highlights, important dates and more. Click on the site you'd like to learn about below:

We'll be sharing information about our free Summer Programs soon, so remember to check back later this month. We always welcome feedback, so let us know what other information would be helpful to include on our website.

Learn About Our Programs
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Become a Sponsor

Our annual gala is returning in-person this year. If you, or your organization, are interested in becoming a sponsor and supporting our All-Star students, contact Maria Glidden to learn more.

Hawaiian Value of the Week

ASAS helps to address our students' social emotional learning needs and build cultural awareness through its Hawaiian Value of the Week activities.

Students are introduced to a new Hawaiian value each week, learn the meaning behind each word and an ʻōlelo noʻeau related to the value. Then, they participate in an activity or create an art project that allows them to articulate their understanding of the value. Students are then encouraged to share how they plan to incorporate what they learned into their daily life.

Program Highlights

The Hawaii DOE Community Engagement Branch recently visited several of our program sites, including King All-Stars. They met with students and learned more about what ASAS offers its students during programs.

Soccer Conditioning class at Keʻelikōlani All-Stars teaches students the basics of ball control including dribbling, passing and trapping the ball.

Waialua All-Stars provided fun activities for students during lunch, in addition to after-school. A recent relay race challenge drew a large crowd and brought out the competitive spirit in students.

The Baking class at Nānākuli All-Stars had fun with their food. They recently learned how to make a family favorite, Rice Crispy treats, and used their creativity to form them into various shapes.

The Robotics program at Waiʻanae All-Stars helped to bring STEM to life for students. Students learned to troubleshoot and use their critical thinking skills to solve challenges they face during tournaments.

Waiākea All-Stars' Painting class experimented with non-traditional materials this month. Students used resealable bags to create an abstract art masterpiece. The final product featured unique shapes and color blends.

The Creative Corner class at Kalākaua All-Stars painted personalized plant pots. They then filled the pots with a plant of their choice to gift to someone special.

The Jarrett All-Stars' musical is not just about singing and dancing. The Stage Art class worked behind the scenes to create elaborate backdrops and props that will be used on stage.

Keaʻau All-Stars Cooking students brainstormed what they wanted to create this month and chose gyoza as one of the recipes. They learned how to prepare the filling and masterfully fold and seal each dumpling.

Basketball class students at Washington All-Stars hoop it up twice a week. Students work on shooting drills to increase the accuracy and consistency of their shots.


The Pāhoa All-Stars Volleyball class build muscle memory by having a daily routine that includes bumping, setting, hitting and practicing defensive drills.

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