Science Club is designed to expose students to the scientific method through fun hands-on experiments. Developing skills, listening, quick thinking, analyzing data, and problem-solving will all be skills emphasized throughout the program. Instructors use our custom standards-based curriculum to motivate and engage students.
Amor and Heritage, a traditional Hispanic dance company, provides dance instruction using traditional music from Columbia, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Peru, Brazil, and Mexico to educate the students on the dance styles from these countries.
Students will be taught the basic skills of using the Steel drums. Steel Drums originated in the West Indies. The Drums are commonly made in three sizes from bass to treble, called boom, guitar pan, and ping pong.
Students will be taught basic skills, strategies, rules, and conventions, and participate safely online with appropriate personal, social behavior, and job opportunities that are related to the field will be covered
This physical energetic challenging session will engage the students to perform various exercises in their home environments that will elevate their heart rates and develop muscle strength. They will learn that there is a direct relationship to higher standards of learning through being more fit. We offer soccer, basketball, volleyball, kickball, tennis, dodgeball. and futsal.
This is designed to explore different forms of self-expression through genres of reading and writing, as well as the other all necessary elements needed to improve writing, composition skills, and self-awareness with the goal of inspiring students to create original ideas and projects.
The goal of the FREE MIND session is to provide students with a safe space to express age-appropriate social and emotional matters. Topics will include but are not limited to personal and community health; nutrition and financial awareness; growth and development.
Arts Expression & Burchfield Penny Art Educational Program
International artist LeRoi C. Johnson and local artist Jay Hawkins will help the youth explore their cultural feelings of art by placing them on canvas. In addition, the Burchfield Penny will provide sessions in which their docents are encouraged to use their unique skills, anecdotal and professional experience, and more to bring the museum and the arts to life for after-school participants. The collective goal is to inspire and ignite interest. The goals are to engage students with works of art that may resonate and parallel their own life experiences, provide positive experiences with adult role models, and gain self-confidence and public speaking skills.
These programs are made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Services Inc.
Special Programs Being Offered
- Steel Drums
- Bucket Drums
- Amor and Heritage Diversity Dance