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This class is not available for Summer 2010

Fall 2010

26-32mos. Fee: $535 #408 Tues: 9:15-10:30

Adult Programs

The Frederick Douglass Center offers these activities for adults in the community:

  • ESL (English as a Second Language) Classes.
  • Aerobics Classes, 6-8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.
  • Workshops in nutrition, health and fitness.

Register for Frederick Douglass adult programs, or call (212) 865-6337.

Bronx Day Care Program

The Bronx Day Care Center provides a safe, nurturing environment to 95 children ages 2.6 through 5.0 years old. The program is non-sectarian and open to all children, including those with special needs.

The curriculum meets the developmental needs of each age group and focuses on language, literacy, math, science, creative thinking, problem-solving and social skills. Parent participation is essential for the continued success of the program.

Families that meet Agency for Child Development guidelines can receive either a Head Start or ACD child care subsidy.

The Family Program

The Family Program at Drew Hamilton consists of several components:

Summer Camp

The Children’s Aid Society believes that summer provides children with an important opportunity to play, learn new skills, meet new friends and be exposed to the world outside their community. That's why the East Harlem Center hosts four different programs: Home Camp, Bridge Camp, Wagon Road Camp and Alvin Ailey Dance Camp.

All Camp Programs utilize project-based learning and theme curriculums to enhance the summer learning opportunities.

Home Camp:

Fall Saturday Program

Sewing Class

For children ages 11-14. Learn basic sewing skills, sewing by hand & learn how to work with textiles & patterns.

Basketball Clinic

Beginning and advanced players ages 7-14 are taught basketball skills.

Schedule:

11 a.m. to 1 p.m. during three Saturdays in November.

Registration:

Call the Goodhue Center in October to register your child for either program.

Fee: $45 per child.

Head Start

The Head Start program offers child-focused programs designed to prepare young children for elementary school. The daily program provides a range of individualized services in the following areas:

  • Education and early childhood development
  • Medical, dental and mental health
  • Nutrition
  • Parent involvement

The program is responsive and appropriate to each child's and family's developmental, ethnic, cultural and linguistic heritage and experience.

Teen Evening Program

Basketball, volleyball and other sporting events, as well as tutoring and cooking classes, are available for teen-agers at The Goodhue Center. Group leaders supervise all activities.

Ages: 13-17

Schedule: 6:30-9 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays, October through June.

Registration: Parent permission is required for teen membership. Enrollment is ongoing.

Adolescents

The Frederick Douglass Center Tweens program provides arts and education activities specifically designed for the transitional period between childhood and the teen years. In addition to the after-school offerings, the Tweens program also provides drama and dance, participation in the Children's Aid Chorus and mentoring through Project LIVE. The objective is to help reduce the risk of school drop-out, truancy, substance abuse, violence and gang affiliation.

Ages

12-13

Hours

3-6 p.m. schooldays

Tutoring Program

Students who need extra help with their schoolwork can be tutored in a large variety of subjects such as reading, math, social studies and language arts.

Ages

Elementary and intermediate school students.

Hours

Students and tutors meet for one hour weekdays between 3-6 p.m.

Registration 

September to April. Call Tutoring Coordinator Pam Katzman for more information.

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