The After School community provides safe, fun, recreational and educational experiences for all students. The aim is to open minds, energize bodies, and build confidence and community through interactive, collaborative and playful programming. PS 372 After School programs actively engage and support each child through creativity, critical thinking and communication.
There are three program components to the PS 372 After School Community.
Monday-Friday 3:10-6pm After Care Program
Kids in the Game is dedicated to providing opportunities through sports and fitness. KING’s goal is to develop the next generation of leaders by developing healthy habits, an active lifestyle, and promoting personal growth through play and competition. KING provides homework help, dance, music, sports, and fitness games into its daily program. Registration is handled through the KING website.
3:00 – 4:10 pm
- Homework Help (1st-5th Grades)
- M-Th: 3:00-4:10 pm
- Led by The Children’s School DOE teachers and staff
- Focused on academic support in a classroom setting
- Recreational Activity
- 1st-5th Grade
- M-Th: 4:10 – 6:00 pm
- Friday: 3:00 – 6:00 pm
- Pre-K & K
- M – F: 3:00 – 6:00 p
- 1st-5th Grade
|5 Days||4 Days||3 Days||2 Days||1 Day||Drop-In|
|Number of days/month||20||16||12||8||4|
|Price per Day||$20||$22||$23||$25||$26||$35|
|Price per Hour||$6.15||$6.73||$7.18||$7.69||$8.08|
- Monthly payment schedule allowing for changes to be made month-to-month.
- Sibling discount of 10 percent.
- Enrichment discount if signed up for after school enrichment classes.
- The registration process for after school will be completed via Kids in the Game’s website.
- Registration will open on August 15th and will stay open through the school year.
- Scholarship applications can be completed through KING registration and will be open on July 1st
For language translation or other assistance completing registration, please contact Kids in the Game at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions regarding after school for the Fall, please direct them to Kids in the Game (email@example.com) or Janine DiLorenzo (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Children’s School administration, teachers, and staff, with the support of Kids in the Game will continue to provide an opportunity and space for all students to develop after the school day is over. Creating a positive extension of the school day is the most important part of this partnership and we are looking forward to a great school year!
The PTA of PS 372 offers an Enrichment Program over three cycles: fall, winter and spring. Enrichment Classes offer your child a chance to socialize with friends, develop skills and have fun in a safe and familiar setting. These classes encourage and inspire the creativity and curiosity of your children. The Fall cycle will begin at the end of September. Classes are taught by teaching professionals, either independently or in partnership with an established program.
- Spring 2018 Enrichment Brochure (for reference)
- Fall 2018 Brochure (coming soon)
- Fall 2018 Enrichment/After School Registration Form (pdf)
For General Inquiries / Enrichment Registration, contact Janine DiLorenzo, After School Enrichment Coordinator – email@example.com 718-624-5271 ext.5101
The PTA of PS 372 partners with the Brooklyn Music Conservatory to offer The Music Partners Program for 3rd-4th graders and returning 5th grade students. Students choose from the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Throughout the year, students learn from teaching professionals practicing reading rhythmic skills, posture, breath support, ensemble, and style. Beginning students are separated into individual instrumental groups while they achieve a basic proficiency on their instrument. Later in the year, students form the larger concert band come together in preparation for a year-end performance.
Classes for returning students will begin in October and for new students classes will begin in Dec. More info coming soon.
While The Children’s School is a Collaborative Team Inclusion School for daytime instruction, the After School Program is not run as a Collaborative Team Teaching model. We do not have the same staff and space resources that are available during the school day, and unfortunately may not be able to adequately serve children who repeatedly require one-to-one supervision. If your child has any special needs it is important that you contact Janine DiLorenzo so the program can prepare for and support your child’s specific needs to the best of the Program’s ability.
To ensure that the experience is enjoyable for everyone, we have adopted the following policies. Please ensure that you are familiar with them. To be fair to all of the other parents and children, as well as our staff, we cannot modify these policies for individual cases.
We promote the teaching of personal and social skills, emphasizes caring, respect, responsibility, communication, and reflection. Staff will work with children to help them adjust to the program.
Parents will be informed of their child’s behavior should it be continuously disruptive to the program atmosphere. If the child’s behavior becomes disruptive or continues to seriously disrupt the program, temporary or permanent removal from the class or program will be considered. We reserve the right to drop students for disruptive behavior of either the child or parent, for non-payment of tuition and for repeated tardiness.
Student Contact Information:
It is the responsibility of the Parent/Guardian who has enrolled the child to keep all contact information up to date, including, but not limited to: phone numbers, email addresses, home addresses, information regarding any change of guardianship, and information regarding alternate contacts or additional persons picking up your child. We are not responsible for failure to contact parents for any reason if such failure to contact parents is due to outdated or erroneous contact information.
After School Committee: Rosa Amato (Principal) – Director. Bridget Nash (Assistant Principal), Beth Huff (DOE Coordinator /Student Affairs), Michael O’Neill (DOE Teacher) – Teachers Union Representative. Janine DiLorenzo – AS Registrar, Meredith Finn & Jessica Miksis (PTA Presidents), Radha Korman (After School Treasurer).