After School Options   — Latest version as of 2017-03-09 19:54:59

1. University Settlement

Addressing each child’s needs, the program fosters social, emotional, physical, moral and cognitive development through creative, project-based learning. All of our after-school programs emphasize literacy and education, providing homework help, tutoring, and the opportunity to use reading and writing as tools for exploration. In addition, we offer a range of enriching experiences, including: dance, art, music, drama, sports, community service.

Days and times:

Monday – Friday: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

School holidays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Daily Schedule:

  • 2:45 - 3:30 PM: Snack time
  • 3:30 - 5:00 PM: Class programming
  • 5:00 – 6 PM: Homework / Pick Up

Cost:

All after-school services at University Settlement are provided free of charge to all participants, and our multicultural staff speak English and Spanish. All families of The Neighborhood School are welcome into this program!

Registration:

Register through website »

Program Coordinator:

Verne Wade, Room 407 vwade@universitysettlement.org

Jewell Campbell <jcampbell@universitysettlement.org>


2. Wingspan

Club Wingspan is an on-site after school program at TNS. Wingspan offers arts enrichment activities for students every day that school is in session, and our programs run until 6PM.

Days and times:

Monday – Friday 2:45 – 6 PM

Daily Schedule:

  • 2:45 – 3:30 PM: Snack time
  • 3:30 – 5:00 PM: Class programming
  • 5:00 – 6 PM: Homework / Pick Up

Cost:

Details through thier website » http://wingspanarts.org/afterschool-programs/

Scholarship info / sliding scale:

Scholarships / sliding scale are available. All children will have an opportunity to attend. Please contact Noemi at (212) 387-0195 for information.

Registration:

Register through website » http://wingspanarts.org/afterschool-programs/

*Follow link ‘Register For A Program’ and create an account.

Program Coordinator:

On Site - Matt McGloin: clubtns@wingspanarts.org

(646) 492-3316

Registration - Kali McBurney: education@wingspanarts.org

Kali McBurney Education Program Manager

Wingspan Arts, Inc.
630 Ninth Ave Suite 602
New York, NY 10036

Website:

http://wingspanarts.org


3. MakerState

MakerState empowers kids with science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM). Passion and skill through hands-on projects in robot engineering, wearable electronic fashions, video game design, 3D prototyping and printing, comic book creation, and moviemaking.

Now part of Wingpspan

4. Sixth Street Youth Program

Program Description

Sixth Street Youth Program is an arts, creative writing and urban gardening after school program located at Sixth Street Community Center. Our program offers daily pick-ups from local schools, homework support, a healthy snack and a workshop or activity in one of our areas of focus. We pride our highly affordable program on quality workshops that are offered in an intimate class setting (*total enrollment for our program is capped to roughly 20 students). For more information, please email programs@sixthstreetcenter.org or call 212-677-1863.

Program dates and times:

Begins September 8th, 2016.  Mondays- Fridays, 3 PM to 6 PM.

Sixth Street Youth Program operates according to the New York City Department of Education Calendar and is observance of all federal holidays.   

Daily Structure:

3 to 4:30 PM: School Pick-ups & Arrival. Homework support, relaxation period and snack.  

4:30 to 4:45 PM: Daily circle

4:45 to 6 PM: Enrichment workshop/activity (In either the arts, creative writing, urban gardening, cooking or environmental sustainability).

Rates:

$125 per week (or $25 per day).  Students have the option of attending select days for modified rates.

*Sliding-scale & Free tuition is available for those who qualify. Granted on a case-by-case basis

Registration Info

 http://www.sixthstreetcenter.org/sixth-street-youth-program.html

Program Coordinator and Contact

Jen Chantrtanapichate, Director of Community Programs
Sixth Street Community Center
638 E 6th Street 
New York, NY 10009

programs@sixthstreetcenter.org
212-677-1863


5. Chess Offerings- TNS Enrichment Program

Chess Improves math, reading, problem solving, memory and more! 

Days and times:

On Site @ TNS

Thursday 2.45 - 4.30 PM, Start date October 6th.

(Level 2 - minimum 2 years of chess required)
Cost is divided among number of participants.

Thursday - Program Coordinator:

contact : Laurie Schulwolf / laurieschulwolf@hotmail.com for more detail.

Taught by Certified teacher from New York Chess & Games.

Friday 2.45 - 5 PM, start date Oct 14th

Beginners to Advanced Players

Taught by FIDE certified National Instructor Adia Onyango, a United States Chess Federation (USCF) Certified tournament director. Intelligent Minds Chess specializes in teaching chess to kids.

Students enrolled in Coach Onyango’s chess program will be immersed in a unique, fun, mind stimulating chess environment, with group instruction, small group activities, and tournament style play. They will learn about World Chess Champions as well as some of the top young chess players throughout the United States. All students will receive training according to their individual levels and will be encouraged to compete in chess tournaments as a means to improve, track progress and have funPLEASE NOTE THAT THIS YEAR THE WORLD CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE TAKING PLACE IN NYC DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER.  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED ABOUT SCHOLASTIC PROGRAMS OCCURRING DURING THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.

Friday - Program Coordinator:

contact : Adia Onyango / chessconnections@hotmail.com

Registration: 

For class information please contact each program coordinator.

Scholarships:

Scholarships / sliding scale are available. All children will have an opportunity to attend.  

Please contact Noemi at (212) 387-0195 for information.


6. Children’s Arts Guild - Boys’ Arts and Girls’ Arts Express

K-5th grade

Off-site programs located at nearby Earth School, Boys’ Arts Express and Girls’ Arts Express are parallel single-sex after school programs designed to support boys and girls in developing social and emotional skills through the spirited, active exploration of creativity and the arts. Through fun, thoughtful activities such as woodworking, 2D and 3D visual arts, storytelling, expressive movement, singing, cooking and community service projects, children learn about themselves and each other, develop a sense of community, and build a well-stocked emotional toolbox that will help them navigate the challenges of growing up without losing touch with their authentic voices.

To grow into engaged, productive adults, children must have the opportunity and the support to discover and develop their authentic selves. Societal expectations limit a child’s view of her­ or himself, at the cost of emotional vitality and creative spirit. Gender stereotypes are particularly powerful because they affect us from infancy. These programs are designed to help children transcend gender limitations and build social­-emotional skills.

All activities are tailored to meet the needs of the children participating in the programs. The emphasis is on process rather than product, with guided reflection as the most important part of each process and project.

The program is staffed by trained facilitators who are teaching artists from a variety of disciplines and youth ­development professionals.

Open to all Neighborhood School students in grades K through 5.

Days and times:

Monday – Friday 2:45 – 6 PM

Daily Schedule:

2:45 Guild staff pick up children at their schools

3:00 – 3:20 Arrival, opening circle, and snack

3:20 – 4:00 Outdoor play

4:00 –  4:45 Activity 1

4:45 –  5:30 Activity 2

5:30 – 6:00 Clean-up/pick-up

Cost:

1 day a week for 19 weeks – $650

2 days a week for 19 weeks – $920

3 days a week for 19 weeks – $1,295

4 days a week for 19 weeks – $1,620

5 days a week for 19 weeks – $1,890

There is an additional $50 fee/semester for pick up from The Neighborhood School. Children will be picked up from TNS by Guild Staff.

5% off if year of programing is paid in full. 5% off for each additional sibling enrolled after the first child.

Scholarship info / sliding scale:

The Children’s Arts Guild is committed to making the program available to all children regardless of their families’ financial circumstances and offers payment arrangements designed to accommodate individual needs. Please contact the program directly for information.

Registration:

On-line registration (paper registration as needed). Rolling registration.

Program Coordinator:

Matthew Quinones

mquinones@childrensartsguild.org

(347) 644 -0452

Website:

www.childrensartsguild.org/programs



7. 14th Street Y

K-5th grade

This is an off-site program that will offer pick-up at The Neighborhood School starting in September 2015. Your child will choose from a range of enrichment activities which they will participate in for the full quarter. The Y’s After School enrichment & education program classes are designed to foster creative expression, self-confidence and skills in various ways. All Enrichment classes are included in the base cost of the program.

Open to all Neighborhood School students in grades K through 5.

Please note we will need to meet a quota of 5 students per day in order for the Y to provide pick up at TNS.  If you are interested in this program you are encouraged to sign up early, not only to ensure a spot for your child but also to let the Y know that there is enough interest.

Days and times:

Monday – Friday 2:45 – 6 PM

Daily Schedule:

2:30-3:00 Pickup from TNS

3:00-3:55 Arrival, homework time, free play, snack

4:00-4:15 Clean up and Community meeting

4:15-5:15 Enrichment Classes / Shabbat Programming on Fridays

5:15-6:00 Roof Top Playground, Gymnasium or Pool Time. (They have recreational swim time in the pool on Mondays and Fridays. Pick up time is extended until 6:15 on swim days.)

Cost:

2015/2016 fee schedule available here

Scholarship info / sliding scale:

The Scholarship Application period has ended. We will reopen at the end of January for the Spring Semester.

Registration:

To register please reach out directly to Patrick Wise: pwise@14streety.org as soon as possible.

Program Coordinator:

Patrick Wise  

pwise@14streety.org 

646-395-4356

Website:

www.14streety.org/afterschool

8. Italian Language - TNS Enrichment Program

Curriculum - Beginner Conversation

Children will learn about and explore the Italian language and culture through age-appropriate lessons and activities. In this playful and educational after-school program geared towards beginners, students learn all the basics of the language, including number, colors, greetings, family terms and more. The children will begin learning the target language through games, songs, activities, and role playing. 

Class meets every Monday from 2.45-4pm. Start date October 17th.

Cost is divided among number of participants.

Program Coordinator:

Please contact chorthip@chorthip.com for more information.



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