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After-School Program

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This five day a week program provides a warm, wholesome and structured environment for children during after school hours. The children will participate in structured homework time as well as a variety of classes and recreational activities such as:

  • Sports 
  • Cooking
  • Arts & crafts
  • Learning Center activiites

The emphasis of the After-School Program is on helping children develop social skills and to explore their own creativity.

Snacks are served on a daily basis.

Early Childhood Registration Policies

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New York Times Reviews

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Spare Times: For Children
By Laurel Graeber
Published: April 30, 2010

A new production of this J. M. Barrie classic offers something that may seem even more remarkable than a magical, ageless boy who flies: a boy playing a magical, ageless boy who flies.

Mentor's Circle

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Sustain What You've Started

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The Children's Aid Society views sustainability as involving not only aggressive fundraising but also public relations, constituency-building and advocacy. This approach is consistent with that recommended by The Finance Project, a non-profit policy research organization that helps develop creative ways of financing children’s services.

Privacy Policy

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This policy covers the treatment of all personal information that The Children's Aid Society collects when you visit one of our web pages. We understand that privacy is a very important issue for visitors to our website, www.childrensaidsociety.org.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

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No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity available at The Children's Aid Society on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, linguistic and language difference, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, height, weight, marital or familial status, or disability.

Making the Case for Community Schools

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The first part of making the case involves thoroughly understanding the Community Schools concept. We encourage you to read The Children's Aid Society's books: Building a Community School (2001) (click here for free download) and Community Schools in Action: Lessons from a Decade of Practice (2005), available from Oxford University Press.

Thank You!

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Thanks for registering for The Children’s Aid Society’s press list. We invite you to learn more about our organization by opening the e-press kit in the press center, and by looking around The Children’s Aid Society’s web site further. Please visit The Children’s Aid Society’s web site and press center often! Please send further inquiries to: publicrelations@childrensaidsociety.org

Health and Preventive Services

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The Frederick Douglass Center makes referrals to health services and clinics and receives visits by The Children's Aid Society Mobile Dental Van.

Our mental health services include a full-time social worker and a partnership with a neighboring mental health clinic. Both individual and group counseling sessions are available to the center's children and parents.

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