IMAGE After School Program participants help each other with homework Oct. 1, 2015.

Oneida Nation Youth Programs Enhance School Success

Be safe. Have fun. Learn. These are the simple goals of the Oneida Indian Nation’s After School Program (ASP).

ASP is one of many programs targeted toward American Indian youth in grades three through 12. The program is open to Oneida, Oneida Nation Health Center clients and other American Indians living on Oneida Nation territory.

“Participants receive a healthy snack, have supervised recreation, and receive help on their homework,” Jackie Logan, Oneida Nation youth development coordinator, explained. “Program staff have been specially trained ...
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