What is RASP?

RASP (Roadrunner After-School Programs) will start on March 19 and end on May 17. RASP provides program(s) to our PDSD students from second through fourth grades. The program runs daily, Monday through Friday, from 3:10 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Students can ride on the sport buses home or be picked up by their parents at the Sports Performing Arts Center (SPAC).

The focus of RASP is to support students’ academic needs, first and foremost, while also providing fun educational activities that promote social bonding, leadership and a commitment to life-long learning and personal growth.

How RASP Works
Immediately following the final class of the day, students are able to receive academic support from a team of committed staff members. During RASP, students complete homework, ask for feedback and guidance, read books, or study for their classes – while being provided nutritious yet tasty snacks to fuel their learning needs. After the completion of the homework support session, students join planned activity groups: sports clinics, cooking, crafting, and a variety of fun games.

How to Enroll
The fee to enroll is only $30 per RASP twelve-week session. If you’d like to enroll your child (who attends PDSD) in this enriching after school experience, please contact us today. The deadline to submit paperwork (need a link to the form to fill out) is Friday, March 9, 2018.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at jesse.bailey@asdb.az.gov.

Looking forward to another great RASP year!

Jesse J. Bailey, Athletic Director
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf
Home of the ROADRUNNERS!