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Providence After School Alliance "PASA"
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July 1, 2004 Mayor David N. Cicilline launched the Providence After School Alliance, a public-private venture to develop a citywide system to substantially increase high-quality, affordable out-of-school time enrichment opportunities for Providence's children and youth. As a first step he established an intermediary organization to serve as a vehicle for collective action, advocacy and integrated planning. The organization, known as PASA, developed a strategic plan during a nine-month planning process called Learning in Communities/Providence, which was led by Rhode Island Kids Count and funded by The Wallace Foundation. The plan outlines a set of three key investments that will lead to higher quality afterschool programs, and better health, education and developmental outcomes for Providence youth. More than 100 leaders from after school organizations and city departments joined teams of youth and parents to create the plan, which was also informed by the research efforts of Community Matters and the Market Street Research Project.

The Wallace Foundation and Bank of America recognized the plan's merits and awarded PASA five-year $5 million and $1 million dollar grants, respectively, to carry our the work. Click here to find a detailed, reader-friendly PowerPoint presentation of PASA's history.



Providence: Samuel Bridgham - West End After Zone
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Welcome to Samuel Bridgham Middle School

Since the USTA and PASA partnered in January 2007, the SCCTA has held programming in this school.

Located in Rhode Island's Capital City
1655 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02909
(401)456-9360

Providence is an urban city with a population of approximately 158,000. Our school first opened its doors to students in 1977, and an addition was completed in 1996.

Samuel Willard Bridgham was the first mayor of the city of Providence.



Providence: Gilbert Stuart - West End After Zone
Stuart
Welcome to Gilbert Stuart Middle School

Since the USTA and PASA partnered in January 2007, the SCCTA has held programming in this school.

Gilbert Stuart Middle School
188 Princeton Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
Phone 401-456-9340




WIlliams
Welcome to Roger Williams Middle School
Providence:Roger Williams - South Side After Zone
Welcome to Roger Williams Middle School the SCCTA has held programming in this school since January 2008.

Contact information
278 Thurbers Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: (401)456-9355
Fax: (401) 453-8631



Providence:Sackett Street - South Side After Zone
The SCCTA has held PASA programming in this facility since January 2008

Sackett Street Recreation Center
159 Sackett Street
Phone:455-8807
Director: James Clements
Hours: Monday thru Friday 3pm - 9pm



Racquet Sports Industry Magazine
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South Kingstown Parks & Recreation Tennis
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