The time has come to register for the Spring Semester of Afterschool. Below please find the links and phone numbers to each of the afterschool programs provided in partnership with YCS. Registration is done through each individual program. If you have any questions please contact the programs directly or myself at firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Apple Sports
Big Apple Sports offers a variety of programs designed for the young athlete with focus placed on teamwork, basic skills, sportsmanship, fair play, competition, and complete participation. Classes are available on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays and all classes will be taught on the premises using the yards, gym, and cafeteria. This program will run 3 days a week and start in the Fall of 2014. Please click on the link below for schedules and costs http://www.bigappleyouthsports.org/ycs-afterschool-program.html or call 212-987-9865
Wingspan Arts offers semester-long afterschool activities that meet once a week. Club Wingspan is held on-site at PS151 and operates on all full-length school days. Wingspan Arts is a not-for-profit corporation (Federal ID 13-4189808). The program is fully insured and professionally managed. Please visit their website at www.wingspanarts.orgg for class descriptions and on-line registration information. If you need further information please contact the Wingspan Arts Education Team at 212-586-2330 or by emailing email@example.com.
92nd Street Y
The 92Y After-School Programs begins each day at 3 pm and ends at 6 pm, Monday through Friday. Our staff of counselors and specialists provide a safe and fun-filled environment where children can always feel like they are home. For more information, please visit http://www.92y.org/Uptown/Afterschool-Programs or call 212.415.5624.
Chess NYC offers several different classes, based on your child’s skill and experience level on Tuesdays. For more information, please visit at http://www.chessnyc.com/shop/ps-151-tactical-chess-tuesdays-detail.html or call 212-475-8130
Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center
At two Isaacs sites, P.S. 198 and our Community Center at 1792 First Avenue, children participate in a broad range of enriching activities within a safe, nurturing environment. With guidance from their group leaders — most of whom have come through the Isaacs Center ‘s youth programs — children decide on a topic for each semester. For more information, please visit www.isaacscenter.org or call 212-360-7625