The After-School Club, for Early Childhood through fourth-grade students, meets after dismissal until 6 p.m. daily.
The After School Club groups the students by age. Each group meets separately, allowing for age-appropriate activities. The club combines structured activities, supervised free play and time for Prime students to complete their homework with teacher support.
Projects & Activities
The staff of experienced professionals recognizes the varying needs of children. They plan active and quiet play, indoor and outdoor activities, and group and individual projects. The structured activities change daily and include art experiences, creative dramatics, computers, and special events.
Some projects are designed for specific age groups, while others encourage interaction among children of different ages. Children also enjoy a nutritious snack.
The Homework Club is a quiet place for Middle School students to start their homework or study after school with a school-provided snack. The club is available from 3:40 - 6 p.m. and staffed by a faculty member.
Middle School students who are on campus after 3:40 p.m. are required to be under the supervision of an adult either through the Homework Club or in other structured programs such as clubs, practices, or individual meetings with teachers. Students awaiting a ride at the conclusion of after-school programs and athletes not picked up by 5:15 p.m. can also use the Homework Club.
Upon arrival to the Middle School entrance, call 216.320.8796 ext. 7189 or text your daughter (because the Homework Club is a quiet space).
Preregistration for the Homework Club is not required. Anytime your daughter needs to attend, she can drop in.