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- adj. Alternative form of afterschool.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. outside regular school hours.
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- adj. outside regular school hours
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Soon she had music commissions ranging from after-school dance groups to composing a song for the 100th anniversary of her local park.
Those students whose parents got involved—by helping them join after-school activities and other kinds of groups—were much more likely to be accepted by peers one year later.
She can get involved with a different group of kids preferably a small group for some after-school activity, something she really likes and wants to do.
In his original study on the topic, Seligman and his colleagues enrolled a group of two hundred eleven- and twelve-year-old children from Philadelphia in a six-week after-school program.
They seemed to repeat the behavior that had made them unpopular at school, and the other children in their after-school groups reported the same kind of negative reactions that rejected children tend to get from their classmates.
In the car, the driver would casually ask how things were going with the after-school activities.
Each boy who was characterized as rejected or neglected by the sociometrics was then recruited to participate in a six-week after-school program.
She had played with some of the kids in an after-school program and was already friends with quite a few of them.
With the growing education gap and schools operating on budget cutbacks, there's never been a more important time to focus on the after-school cause.
With more than 20 years working with charity organizations, I've been involved in programs that have helped a lot of people -- from domestic hunger relief to HIV/AIDS to my current role at jcpenney, where I'm grateful to have been a part of distributing more than $100 million to after-school programs.