Indian River Middle School After School Advantage Program/Army Youth Program In Your Neighborhood:

Presented by Children’s Home of Jefferson County. Where Education & Fun Come Together!

Who:

6th, 7th, & 8th Grade Students enrolled in Indian River Middle School

When:

Monday-Friday: 2:15 pm – 5:15 pm 

The IRMS After School Advantage/Army Youth Program will follow the school year calendar and operate when school is in session. (The program will not operate during school vacations and snow days.)

Location:

Indian River Middle School 

Following the end of the regular school day, students will remain at the school campus. If arranged at the time of enrollment, transportation is provided free of charge to all program participants.

Cost:

There is no cost to families of the students. 

This program is funded through the NY State Office of Children & Family Services and U.S. Army Child & Youth Services

Call to register your student today!

(315) 778-6252

Download the Application

Program Schedule:

2:15pm – 5:15pm

Snack & Chat

Students will enjoy a healthy snack and positive social interaction.

Homework

Opportunity for students to complete their homework and receive additional assistance.

Recreation

Students will participate in a variety of recreational activities.

Rotating Activity

Students will participate in a variety of activities including Interest Clubs of their choice, Speakers Forum, Life Skills Development, and Community Service.

Interest Clubs:

Based on student input and interests, special clubs are offered including drama, book, arts and crafts, games and fitness. Each club engages in specific activities and events targeted to the student’s interest area.

The Life Skills Development:

This curriculum helps foster important development traits including responsibility, respect, healthy relationships, and good social skills.

Community Service:

Students identify and organize projects to serve their school and/or the greater community.

Speakers Forum:

To promote community awareness, cultural diversity and career interest, speakers are invited to present programs on their particular areas of expertise.

Youth Council:

The Youth Council moderates meetings of the entire group, solicits feedback for activities and improvement, reports back to their peers, and helps implement community projects and special events.

For more information about this program, please contact:

Brooke Pryce, Site Supervisor
P.O. Box 6550
1704 State Street
Watertown, NY  13601
Cell Phone: (315) 778-8379
Email: bpryce@nnychildrenshome.com

PARTNERS

CHJC Beyond the Bell Potsdam Advantage After School Program

Who:

5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade AAK Middle School Students who are Potsdam residents

When:

Monday through Friday: 2:05 to 5:05 pm

Beyond the Bell follows the school calendar and operates when school is in session. The program will not operate during school vacations, snow days, early release days or staff development days.

Location:

Potsdam AAK Middle School 

Following the end of the regular school day or other after school activity, students remain at the school campus. Transportation is provided at 3:10 and 4:15 (free of charge to all participants). Parent pickup is by 5:05 pm.

Cost:

There is no cost to families of the students. This program is funded through the New York State Office for Children and Family Services.       

Program Schedule:

2:05 to 5:05 pm

Snack & Chat

Students will enjoy a healthy snack and positive social interaction.

Homework

There is daily opportunity for students to complete their homework and receive additional assistance.

Recreation

Students will participate in a variety of recreational activities.

Rotating Activity

Students will participate in a variety of activities including Interest Clubs of their choice, Speakers Forum, Life Skills Development and Community Service.

Interest Clubs:

Based on student input and interests, special clubs are offered including drama, book, arts and crafts, games and fitness. Each club engages in specific activities and events targeted to the student’s interest area.

Life Skills Development:

This curriculum helps foster important development traits including responsibility, respect, healthy relationships and good social skills.

Community Service:

Students identify and organize projects to serve their school and/or the greater community.

Speakers Forum:

To promote community awareness, cultural diversity and career interest, speakers are invited to present programs on their particular areas of expertise.

Youth Council:

The Youth Council moderates meetings of the entire group, solicits feedback for activities and improvement, reports back to their peers and helps implement community projects and special events.

For more information about this program, please contact:

Brooke Pryce, Site Supervisor
80 State Highway 310
Canton, NY 13617
Cell Phone: (315) 992-4290
Email: bpryce@nnychildrenshome.com

Contact Us

Administrative Offices

P.O. Box 6550
1704 State Street
Watertown NY 13601
Phone: 315-788-7430
Fax: 315-785-5637