• Afterschool Enrichment Program Site
    Cindy Greene, Afterschool Coordinator

    Daily Schedule

    The following schedule is a typical day for the ASEP. However, the schedule may vary slightly to accommodate the size of the program and the grade level of students:

    1. Attendance, restroom, snack, break

    2. Physical activity

    3. Study time, homework, reading and math activities

    4. Enrichment activity

     

    Snacks

    Light snacks will be provided each day. Snack examples include:

    Crackers/Cookies Ice Cream Vegetables/dip

    Milk or Juice Muffins Applesauce

    Popcorn Yogurt Fruit

     

    Homework

    The Afterschool Program stresses the importance of homework and sets time aside every day for the children to complete their homework assignments. Afterschool instructors are available to supervise the homework area and to assist the children with their work, however, a child who needs individual help with his or her homework must ask. Due to the number of children who require assistance during homework time, the instructors are unable to check each child’s homework for accuracy or provide the type of one-on-one homework help that is available from a private tutor. Although we encourage the children to do their homework during homework time, using the time set aside to complete homework is the responsibility of the child. Instructors will not be responsible for checking agendas or making sure all items are correct. This is the responsibility of the parent/legal guardian.

     

     

     

     

     

    Examples of some Afterschool activities are:
     

    Physical Activities

    Enrichment Activities

    vball
    Volleyball
    drama
    Drama
    pong
    Ping Pong
    spanish
    Spanish
    bball
    Basketball 
    cooking
    Cooking
    golf
    Golf Activities
    sign language
    Sign Language
    play
    Free Play
    computer
    Computer Time
     
    PE
    Physical Education
    art
    Art Project/Activities