| after school

ON SITE AT PS 110

Super Happy Healthy Kids

This fee-based not-for-profit after-school program is committed to engage kids with fun and valuable activities that pass on core values of kindness, leadership and motivation.  They encourage kids to develop self-discipline, self-expression and healthy active lifestyles through healthy eating, arts and crafts, music, meditation, sports, chess, yoga, karate, and new this year - Spanish & Mandarin languages. They teach our children and families to think positively and to communicate with kind words and deeds. They seek to create a better future by building our kids up to be leaders with strength and compassion.

Super Happy Healthy Kids is a Non-Profit, Department of Education approved vendor, and fully insured. They only provide organic fresh fruits as snacks and they are a “No Added Sugar After School”. They are one of the only programs in the city that accept Pre-K to 5th Grade. The program starts September 8, 2017 and ends on Friday, June 22, 2018.

For more information, please call 917 369 0032 or email at superhappyhealthykids@gmail.com. 

***Super Happy Healthy Kids also offers programming during school breaks. AND, if you register by December 8th, you get a discount for their summer program!

Henry Street Settlement

Henry Street Settlement is returning to PS 110 to offer on-site after-school programming. This program will operate Monday to Friday from 2:40PM to 6:00PM, and will also offer full-day holiday programming from 8:00AM to 6:00PM. on 13 school holidays, off-site at PS 134. After- school at PS 110 will begin on Monday, September 11, 2017, and will conclude on Friday, June 15, 2018. Program participants will engage in stimulating hands on project based activities, receive assistance with homework, and participate in other exciting enrichment and recreational activities!

This year, Henry Street’s overall after-school theme will be The Urban Renaissance, which is separated into 3 cycles:

  • Cycle 1: Citizen Explores (October 2nd to December 21st)

  • Cycle 2: Innovative Scholars (January 2nd to March 23rd)

  • Cycle 3: Active Futurist (March 26th to June 15th)

Applications are now available and can be picked-up at 301 Henry Street. If you are interested in registering for the after-school program or have any questions, please contact Aaron Cummings Jr., Director of After-School and Camp Services at 917-471-4519 email: Acummings@ henrystreet.org or Regina Perez, Assistant Director of After-School and Camp Services at 917-502-8685 email: Rperez@henrystreet.org. 

Chess Club

Chess builds strong and creative thinking. Players become accustomed to looking for more alternatives, resulting in greater fluency and originality. Chess offers immediate rewards and consequences for problem solving. Competition fosters interest, promotes mental alertness, challenges players and elicits the highest level of achievement.

For more information, please contact parent volunteer Lee Purdy at 110chessclub@gmail.com

Piano School of NYC

The gift of music is brought to life by a group of passionate and highly-trained musicians based in the New York Metropolitan Area who want to inspire, build confidence, and shape the intellect of children. Small group classes are offered at PS110.

For more information, please contact Laurie Sutton at laurie.pianoschoolofnyc@gmail.com

 

OFF SITE

Afterschool Academy @ Beyond Martial Arts | 69 Columbia Street (ages 4 and up). 

This tuition-based program offers pick-up at P.S. 110, snack, homework help and karate lessons. For more information, please call 212-777-0071. 
 

Chinatown YMCA Afterschool Program | at M.S. 131 at 100 Hester Street (grades K-5). 

The YMCA offers pick-up at P.S. 110 if ten (10) or more P.S. 110 students enroll. In addition to homework help, this tuition-based program (financial aid is available, ACD vouchers are accepted) offers organized activities including sports, arts & crafts and special events. 

For more information, call 212-912-2463 or stop by the YMCA at 100 Hester Street. 


Afterschool at the 14th Street Y | 344 E. 14th Street between 1st and 2nd Aves. (grades K-5). 

This tuition-based program at the Sol Goldman Y offers pick-up at P.S. 110 (for an additional charge). Participants enjoy thematic programming, arts enrichment activities, special interest classes, character education and sports and fitness. Each day includes snacks and homework help, and there is swimming on both Monday and Friday afternoons. The Afterschool Enrichment classes are included in the base cost of the program. For an additional fee, students may also take part in more classes at the Y, including ballet, swimming lessons, gymnastics, capoeira, basketball, soccer and more! The 14th Street Y also runs holiday programs during school breaks and half days. Children must be registered for Kindergarten to participate in the program.

This afterschool program runs from Tuesday, September 12, 2017 through Friday, June 22, 2018. (September 11, 2017 is the start day for Kindergarten only.) Contact Patrick Wise at 646-395-4324 or by email at: pwise@14streety.org for more information. You can also check out this program and apply online by visiting www.14streety.org/afterschool 

 

Boys’ Club of New York | 286 E. 10th at Ave. A (boys only, ages 6–up). 

This program has a nominal $5.00 fee for the school year and offers tutoring, homework help, music (additional charge), robotics and more.

Details can be obtained by calling the Boys’ Club at 212-533- 2550 and asking for Kazz Pikard or by stopping by their historic building at 286 East 10th Street. The hours of the program are 3:00–7:45PM (earlier for younger students). Registration will be available on line or at the Boys’ Club building at the end of August. For updates, visit the website at http://www.bcny.org/programs



Bernard Baruch Community Center | 605 FDR Drive (ages 6 – 12 years). 

This free program offers homework assistance, computer lab, chess, recreational fitness, and field trips and runs from3- 5:30 pm. Call 212-477-2541 if you are interested. Applications are available at the Center.

 

University Settlement After School | 293 E. Broadway (grades K-5)

Located at PS 134, this free program will pick-up students at PS 110 and walk them to their program, which includes theatre, dance, sports and homework help. The second half of each day includes enrichment such as robotics, Powerplay USA, and Soccer for Success.

This after school program begins Monday, September 11, 2017 and ends on Friday, June 22, 2018. All students in grades K–5 are eligible to attend. Supper is served daily and there is programming during holiday weeks. Applications are available for pick-up at the Settlement of ce (Room 231) at PS 134. You can also apply on line. Call Laneska Rosario, Director at 646-996-6940 for more information. 

 

Sixth Street Youth Program (SSYP) | 638 East 6th Street (between Avenue B and C)

Sixth Street Youth Program (SSYP) is an arts, creative writing, urban gardening and cooking based after school program. SSYP provides daily homework support, and quality enrichment workshops in an intimate class setting. With a capped enrollment of 20 students per day, each child receives thoughtful guidance and support that is needed to foster their individual and creative growth.

SSYP’s program is Monday through Fridays, 2:45–6:00PM. Pick-up from PS 110 is available upon request. Fees are on a sliding scale determined by household income. All families are encouraged to apply regardless of financial means, SSYP aims to make the program accessible for all.

For more information or to enroll: email programs@sixthstreetcenter.org or call 212-677-1863 (ask for Jen or Libby), or visit our website www. sixthstreetcenter.org