Diane Laura, DEVELOP Program Manager at NASA Langley Research Center, volunteered her time to speak to the robotics club about her job at the NASA Langley Research Center. She gave the club examples of jobs and situations that required robotic/engineering/programming skills to accomplish. The kids got a chance to ask her questions and learn more [...]
BSAC’s Mermaid Camp had a successful debut in December, offering an unforgettable experience for young swimmers between the ages of 5-12. For the very first time, pink and blue tails filled our heated, Ken Hagan Community Learn to Swim Pool. Lifeguard and resident mermaid, Mariah Diaz, led the 5 day course which covered everything from [...]
After-School All-Stars complete challenges on the computer, and continue working on the functionality of their robots.
Students in After-School All-Stars enjoy playing soccer with their friends and counselor.
Sports and recreational programming is a vital part of a healthy community. This concept began with Jane Addams, the mother of social work, when she created the Hull House in Chicago as part of the children’s play movement in the 1900’s. BSAC is central in the theoretical framework of how to develop a healthy community by [...]
The Community Club is preparing fresh cinnamon ornaments for BSAC parents as a Christmas present. Be on the lookout for your handmade tree angels, snowman, or mitten!
We would like to welcome Amber to the BSAC family! She brings valuable classroom experience from her time spent being a teacher, and will now be assisting our After-School All-Stars with their homework. We want our families to enjoy more time together at the end of every day!
Students in Arts & Crafts Club color ornaments for their Christmas trees at home! They also enjoyed putting pom poms on the owls & tress.
After-School All-Stars peel onions and learn how to make French onion soup! The finished product was topped with bread and melted cheese. Yum! Click for more photos.
Students in the BSAC Community Club brought their collected canned goods to ECHO of Brandon. This project was very successful as students learned about fundraising and giving to others in need. We would like to thank everyone who donated to make this possible! A whopping 739.8 pounds of food was donated, which will help 37 [...]