AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Due to the on-going COVID-19 restrictions, ALL PROGRAMs will be held virtually. Please contact us for the information.
After school program for students at South Ocean & Saxton Middle Schools (runs October-May)
The goal of the program is to improve student academic performance and behavior in and out of school as well enhancing the relationships between children, their families and the community. Early intervention prevents the onset of delinquent behavior and supports the development of a youth’s assets and resilience. This program provides information and counsel to teens on developing positive social and decision-making skills and increasing levels of self-value through psycho-educational workshops and group discussions and enhanced through community service projects.
After school program for 4th and 5th grade students as Eagle, Bay, River, Medford, Canaan and Tremont Elementary schools once a week.
The goal of the program is to improve student academic performance and behavior in and out of school as well enhancing the relationships between children, their families and the community. Early intervention prevents the onset of delinquent behavior and supports the development of a youth’s assets and resilience.. The program provide counsel on obtaining skills in the areas of health and nutrition, positive relationships, self-esteem building, goal setting, decision-making, and community awareness through educational workshops and group activities, as well as community service activities. In addition, the program, aids children through the transition to middle school.
Character Education & Leadership Skill Training is provided to 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students at Oregon Middle School and (runs October - May)
The goal of the Youth Council is to improve academic success by introducing topics of time-management and goal setting to students and by fostering empathy and community through service projects. The curriculum focuses on cultural diversify, self-esteem, stress relief and healthy relationships and includes role-playing and anti-bullying skill development.
Students participate in at least one community service, business or local agency experience project per month. Past projects have included: Alex's Lemonade Stand, Pennies for Patients, community cleanups/plantings and Santa Trot 5k water stop. Students are also provided leadership skill training including public speaking, personal presentation, interview training and career exploration. Students have access to 3 local speakers presenting on topics in the respective fields and offered at least 1 local business/agency experience per academic year.
If you're a Pat-Med resident and interested, please call us at (631) 758-4100 or email us: email@example.com