After School Program – Elementary
The mission of Carver Center’s After School Program (CAP) is to successfully contribute to the learning and healthy development of children. The CAP Program provides academic support, enrichment opportunities, social-emotional and recreational outlets, along with nutritious meals in a safe and nurturing environment.
Academic Support: Each day, children spend time working on their homework with group facilitators. In addition, identified at-risk students may also receive one-on-one tutoring from student volunteers from local colleges and universities.
Enrichment: Spending time exploring the arts and working on fun projects that inspire their curiosity is essential for children. After all, learning is fun! We incorporate arts and crafts, clay art, dance, and other special projects in science, social studies, and literacy.
Social-emotional Development: To succeed, children need to develop a healthy relationship with themselves as well as with others. We ensure that children build social skills, develop their emotional and mental health, and learn to navigate and cope with difficult life moments.
Recreation: For children who live in low-income urban communities, the physical activity after-school programs offer may be the only physical activities the children have access to apart from physical education in school. To meet every child’s need to for physical activity, Carver offers a variety of recreation choices including outdoor play, swimming and recess rocks recreational games.
Students also receive a nutritious home cooked meal made by our in-house chef to satisfy growing tummies and help children unwind while they share a meal with friends.
CAP – Elementary is available to students who attend John F. Kennedy Elementary School, and Edison Elementary School. Limited space available.
For further information about the After School Program, please call (914) 305-6041