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Strive 4 Success

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S4S 3rd-6th grade brochure

S4S 3rd-6th grade Application

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The Strive 4 Success Program (S4S) provides academic coaching to students in third through sixth grade, at no cost to their parent/guardian. Students in the Ashtabula Area City Schools are eligible to participate. Transportation home is available through Sunset Transportation, if needed.

After School Discovery’s Strive 4 Success is:

· Held at Superior Intermediate School immediately after school for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders

· Tuedays and Wednesdays only

· 3rd graders will have an hour of keyboarding and an hour of Enrichment each week

· 4th, 5th and 6th graders will have two hours of enrichment each week.

· Children will be dismissed from their school day to Strive 4 Success staff and given a snack.

· Dismissed at 6:30 pm to parents or transportation bus home.

· Fall session October 3rd to December 6th

· Winter/Spring session February 13 to April 17, 2024

· Transportation home available through Sunset Transportation at no cost to families

· Each day children will receive 1 hour of focused academic coaching and support in reading and mathematics.

· Homework Help time will be incorporated into their academic coaching times.

· Has NO charge to families for these extended learning opportunities.

· Registration packets are available from the school office, the ASD Business Office or on the link to the left of this space.

· Please Return the completed application to the school or the

       ASD office at 70 Ross Road, Ashtabula.


After School Discovery is separate from Ashtabula Area City Schools and requires your child’s completed application form to participate. 


An ASD representative will notify you when your child may begin attending.


If you have ANY questions about Strive 4 Success, please contact the After School Discovery business office at (440) 993-1060 or email at

Strive 4 Success Offers:

  • Activities that will strengthen your student's language arts and math skills​

  • Students the ability to:

    • Set goals for themselves​

    • Understand the use of information sources

    • Participate in hands-on activities

    • Utilize critical thinking as well as creative processes

    • Achieve their own personal goals

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