Homework and Service-learning
Homework and service-learning offer opportunities for kids to build independent learning skills. Each day we set aside time for children to work on their homework. Adult program leaders are available to answer questions or provide tutoring. Children without homework can read, write, work on test preparation skills or study a subject of their choosing. Service learning offers valuable life lessons through participation in community service activities.
Academic success in school is supported through fun project-oriented activities which use health, fitness and nutrition to teach English language arts, math and science. Computers, technology and games that combine entertainment with educational content are also used as teaching tools.
Enrichment activities include creative expression, communication and cooperation which build social, physical and emotional skills. These activities include sports, arts, culture, and computer training. Additional life skills programs help children learn about such things as anger management, conflict resolution, money management, and career development.