On the Elementary School Path
Support For School-Age Students
We support 21st century learners on the path to elementary school, but kindergarten is not the end of the journey. Our structured, supervised program for school-age students is designed to provide ongoing support before and after their school days, with education and recreation, healthy snacks, homework help, and more. However, this year, we know there is uncertainty around school schedules, so we’ve updated our program to address families’ current needs.
The Prep Lab™ is here to offer flexible scheduling options to school-age students and their families, including a new full-day program option.
When thinking about this fall, is there uncertainty about plans in your school district? Will your family’s schedule or routine be impacted by school schedule changes? We’ve got you covered. We’re prepared to address challenges presented by local school districts and meet your needs.
The Prep Lab program is here for teachers to guide children through their school’s distance learning assignments, with a device brought from home. (If there is no device available to your child at home, please let us know, and we’ll do our best to offer support.)
In The Prep Lab, our school-age teachers are available to:
- Keep children engaged with their elementary school learning platform
- Assist students with completing their daily elementary school assignments
- Share challenging weekly STEM projects
- Further social-emotional development with character-developing activities from our exclusive My Best Self! curriculum
- Connect students with their school and teachers, as needed
My Best Self!™
Our school-age program is built on our My Best Self! curriculum. A meaningful school journey is defined by character development, as well as academic skills. We provide a strong focus on goal-setting, character development, and independence, to encourage your child’s personal growth (and set them up for lifelong success). These classroom experiences include:
- Homework support
- Team-building opportunities
- Physical activity
Helping children to become their best self, our curriculum activities encourage children to identify these strengths and character traits:
- Compassionate Me
- Capable Me
- Courageous Me
- Healthy Me
- Social Me