Before School Program at BTW

Morning ProgramThis program is open to all youth within the Auburn School District attending elementary school.  Youth are provided with breakfast, homework assistance and recreation activities. Children are either transported by school bus or BTW van to school. The Auburn School District will provide bussing to school for students attending Casey Park, Herman Ave, and Owasco schools.  A daycare provider form must be filled out for bussing.  BTW will provide transportation by van to Genesee and Seward schools.  The program is available for youth grades K-6 grade from 6:30-8:30 AM school days. The cost is $100.00 per month per child, with a prorated rate for youth attending less than 5 days per week. A multiple child discount applies.

 

Elementary Afterschool Program at BTW

The Explorers Classroom is open to all youth within the Auburn School District enrolled in Kindergarten and 1st

btw kuksoolgrade and is held at BTW after school until 6:15pm. Explorers is an after-school environment designed to promote healthy physical and emotional development, encourage curiosity and build social skills. As kids learn to read and write this program seeks to reinforce what kids are already learning in school. By creating a fun afternoon environment kids are supported as they engage in learning activities. In addition to basic academic needs, Explorers is a place to simply be a kid. Instead of being concerned with outside street temptations and peer pressure, kids are encouraged to respect themselves and others. Kids are taught responsibility, independence, and the importance of just being a kid. Weekly activities include, but are not limited to arts and crafts, monthly bowling trips, roller skating trips, swimming at the YMCA, outside play, and special field trips.

btw craftsThe Middies Classroom is open to all youth within the Auburn school District enrolled in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades and is held at BTW after school until 6:15pm. Middies have a chance to do their homework with assistance. Daily activities include gym time, games, outside play, monthly roller skating trips, monthly bowling trips, swimming at the YMCA, tutoring is also available to the children that sign up.

The Tweens Classroom is open to youth within the Auburn School District enrolled in 5th and 6th grades and is held at BTW after school until 6:15pm. The older class children have an opportunity to be themselves.  Weekly activities include skating, bowling, swimming, gym activities, writing in journals and many other field trips. Tutoring is also available in reading, writing, math and spelling.

Transportation is provided by van to BTW for students who attend Seward and Genesee Elementary Schools. The Auburn School District provides transportation by bus to BTW from Owasco and Herman Elementary. Dinner is served at 5:45pm. Parents are expected to pick up their children from BTW between 6:00-6:15pm.

 

Elementary Afterschool Program at Casey Park

This program is offered at Casey Park Elementary School and serves youth in grades K-6 from 3:15-6:15 PM weekdays throughout the school year.

casey basketballThe Explorers Classroom is open to all youth enrolled in Kindergarten and 1st grade at Casey Park and is held
until 6:15pm is an after-school environment designed to promote healthy physical and emotional development, encourage curiosity and build social skills. As kids learn to read and write, this program seeks to reinforce what kids are already learning in school. By creating a fun afternoon environment, kids are supported as they engage in learning activities. In addition to basic academic needs, Explorers is a place to simply be a kid. Instead of being concerned with outside street temptations and peer pressure, kids are encouraged to respect themselves and others. Kids are taught responsibility, independence, and the importance of just being a kid. Weekly activities include, but are not limited to arts and crafts, monthly bowling trips, roller skating trips, swimming at the YMCA, outside play, and special field trips.

The Juniors Classroom is open to all youth at Casey Park enrolled in 2nd grade. Juniors are provided with homework assistance and daily activities including gym time, games, outside play, monthly roller skating trips, monthly bowling trips, and swimming at the YMCA.

casey craftThe Middies Classroom is open to all youth at Casey Park enrolled in 3rd, and 4th grades. Middies have a chance to do their homework with assistance. Daily activities include gym time, games, outside play, monthly roller skating trips, monthly bowling trips, and swimming at the YMCA.

The Tweens Classroom is open to all youth at Casey Park enrolled in 5th and 6th grades. The older class children have an opportunity to be themselves. Weekly activities include skating, bowling, swimming, gym activities, writing in journals and many other field trips.

Partnership for Results will offer daily “Project Based Learning”, which is a “learning by doing” approach to education.  The goal is to improve students’ social skills, writing skills, leadership skills, and to provide them with a broader knowledge base outside a normal classroom setting.

Transportation home is provided after the program by the Auburn School District.  Dinner is served at 5:45pm. This program is free and registration is required.

 

Junior High School Afterschool Program

junior high danceThis program is offered at Auburn Junior High School for all junior high youth enrolled in 6th and 7th grades from 2:20-6:00 PM weekdays throughout the school year.  Booker T. Washington Community Center will provide the enrichment portion of the program with activities such as bowling and roller-skating, arts and crafts, mentoring, and many other field trips and special events.  Partnership for Results will offer daily “Project Based Learning”, which is a “learning by doing” approach to education.  The goal is to improve students’ social skills, writing skills, leadership skills, and to provide them with a broader knowledge base outside a normal classroom setting.  Students will receive daily snack and dinner and transportation home is provided after the program by the Auburn School District.  This program is free and registration is required.

 

Junior High School Drop In Program at BTWajhs late night

This free program for youth grades 7 and 8 is open from 6:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday and Friday evenings at Booker T. Washington Community Center. Activities include computer lab hours and recreational activities such as boxing lessons, basketball training, and drum lessons. Transportation home is provided after the program by BTW vans.

 

High School Afterschool Program

ahs serving dinnerThis program is offered at Auburn High School for all high school youth in 9th – 12th grades from 2:20-6:00 PM weekdays throughout the school year.  Booker T. Washington Community Center will provide the enrichment portion of the program with activities such as bowling and roller-skating, arts and crafts, mentoring, and many other field trips and special events.  Partnership for Results will offer daily “Project Based Learning”, which is a “learning by doing” approach to education.  The goal is to improve students’ social skills, writing skills, leadership skills, and to provide them with a broader knowledge base outside a normal classroom setting.  Students will receive daily snack and dinner and transportation home is provided after the program by the Auburn School District.  This program is free and registration is required.

 

High School Drop In Program at BTW

This free teen program for youth grades 9-12 is open from 6:00-8:00 PM on ahs late night music room

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at Booker T. Washington Community Center. Activities include computer lab hours and recreational activities such as boxing lessons, basketball training, and drum lessons. Transportation home is provided after the program by BTW vans.

 

College Prep Program

college prep 4This free program is offered to all high school youth in grades 9-12 who are enrolled in BTW’s High School afterschool program. The program focuses on preparation for college entry, including assistance with financial aid forms and applications, college visits, SAT and ACT application assistance, waiver requests and general college readiness help.