Order for
Your shopping cart is empty.

 
The Washington Pavilion Action Arts and Science Program (AASP) began in 1999 with a mission to bring high-quality art and science experiences to children with limited access to extracurricular activities. Today, we engage and inspire more than 500 students at over 20 locations per week.

AASP partners sites for 2017-18 include: Sioux Falls School District Kids Inc. (8 elementary schools), YMCA After School Program (at 3 middle schools), Juvenile Detention Center, Volunteers of America-Dakotas (Bowden Youth Center and Heisler Chemical Dependency Unit for Youth), Multi-Cultural Center (Natives Count, Froggy Reads and Self-Defense/Judo Programs), Kids Stop Program, Kidz Count Program, Youth Enrichment Services (Eastside and 14th Street locations) and Boys & Girls Club (Sneve Ave. location).

AASP is a recipient of the prestigious National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award. The award is given by the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and its partner agencies, the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

The Action Arts and Science Program is sponsored by the South Dakota Department of Education and is supported by its 21st Century Community Learning Center program .

For more information about the Action Arts and Science Program, contact Rose Ann Hofland at 605-367-7397 ext. 2350.




 

Promotional Code

  • If you have a promo code, please enter it here.
AASP Links:

Teach for AASP!
AASP Program Brochure

Press Release

AASP in the News: 

First Lady Michelle Obama to Present Award to Local Art, Science Program - Argus Leader

Washington Pavilion Receives Prestigious National Award - KSFY

After-School Program Recognized by White House - KELOLAND

First Lady Michelle Obama to Present Award to Washington Pavilion's Action Arts & Science Program - BroadwayWorld.com

Washington Pavilion Community Learning Center Finalist For National Award - KDLT News

AASP Gallery: 

PSA Video: