Raising Kings Before/Afterschool Program for Boys 1st-5th Grades
Encouraging, Empowering and Engaging Young Boys!
*Only $150 per week
*Includes After-school Transportation (Bowie Area)
*Space is limited to 30 students
*Mentorship for BOYS for the 2019-20 school year
*10 month Life Skills Training
*Weekend Field Trips
*Dinner every Tuesday/Thursday
*Guest Motivational Speakers
*Fun & Engaging Activities
*Character/Self Confidence Building
Raising Queens with Confidence, Character, and Civility.
Vision- A world of women who are queens of their home and community.
Mission- To develop young women into queens of confidence, character and civility.
A 10-month personal development after-school program for girls 1st-5th grade to support the maturation of life skills in the areas of Self-Image & Wellness, Character Education and Home Economics.
The all-inclusive program provides a project-based learning experience that includes: Lecture, interactivity and group learning; offsite activities; guest speakers; and community service.
The goal of the program is to nurture young women through the physical, emotional and social adolescent stages of life by providing a safe learning environment to support critical thinking, self-exploration and community building.
View curriculum outline here!
Before & Aftercare
NAA Before & After Care is designed to provide a safe, enriching environment for students K-8th Grade. Aimed to enhance your child’s spiritual, social, cultural, educational, and physical development, as well as meet the needs of parent’s by offering a safe, accessible, affordable, and Christ-centered based program.
Activities may vary according to the interest of children, staff, and the community. However, a wide range of activities are provided in each program. Children are given a chance to participate in art, drama, music activities, play with games and manipulatives. Additionally, students can play sports, group games, computer activities, relax, begin homework assignments, and socialize in an atmosphere that supports their developmental needs.
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