Program offers unique learning opportunities, addresses areas of social development.
The After-School Program is an exciting addition to our wide array of Youth Transition Services Programs and offers unique learning opportunities, addresses areas of social development and keeps students engaged in meaningful activities at the end of the school day. The program operates during the 10-month school year, three days per week for approximately 2 ½ hours each day.
Students receive homework assistance and functional academic support to increase independence and greater self-sufficiency.
Students engage in recreational activities with their peers. These include Team Building Activities, Creative Projects, Service Learning Opportunities, and Sporting Events.
Arts & Leisure
Students are encouraged to express themselves creatively, boost confidence and self-esteem and develop their artistic skills.
Students are provided with a better understanding and appreciation of music for personal enjoyment.
Students engage in positive sensory experiences with a variety of foods, identify personal food preferences, understand proper nutrition, practice food preparation skills through cooking classes and demonstrations, and learn about the cultures of the world.
Health & Fitness
Students are challenged to improve their well-being and develop active, positive lifestyles by integrating exercise and physical fitness as a permanent part of their daily lives.
Guest speakers enhance the curriculum areas, while themed activities create an exciting and fun learning atmosphere.
Additional Youth Transition Services Offered:
• Youth Transition Services Program
• CDOS Credential and Skills Credential Requirements Program
• 18 to 21 Year Old Program
• Summer Transition Program – six weeks
• Socialization Programs – evenings
• At-risk Youth Attendance Retention Program (PROSPER)
Cooking, fitness and independent living activities encourage an active, healthy lifestyle.
Unique learning opportunities keep students engaged.