The Panther Prowl After School Enrichment Program
We are very excited to have the opportunity to offer The Panther Prowl After School Enrichment Program for Pine Street Students in grades 3-5! In this structured environment your child will receive academic enrichment time which includes some one-on-one tutoring and small group instruction/assistance from PSS Teachers and Local Volunteers. Our program will be offered Monday-Thursday from 2:30pm–5:30pm. We will meet every day when school is a regular full-day for students. A daily snack will be provided.
One of the most exciting things about the Panther Prowl is that we will be able to offer students additional opportunities to participate in activities not always available during a typical school day. We will provide your child with some extra chances to sharpen their skills in music, art, dance, writing, language, sports and many more! We will be offering different enrichment activities throughout the year.
Examples of Enrichment Activities:
• Computer Coding Activities
• Technology Integration
• Typing Instruction
• Leadership Skill Building Activities
• Lego Robotics
• Visual Arts
• Performance Arts
• Media Arts
• Library Exploration
If you are interested in this new program, please fill out the attached application and return it to the Main Office as soon as possible.
*** Space is limited to 20 students per Grade Level. The cost is $40.00 per student/per week. Families with multiple students in the program will be charged $40 for the first student and then $20.00 for each additional student. Financial assistance is available. Contact Mr. Rice for scholarship information if needed.
If you have any questions, or if you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at 864-594-4470. We look forward to serving your children in the Panther Prowl After School Enrichment Program!
Director of Panther Prowl After School Enrichment Program
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