Summer Camp 2018 Registration is Open!

Arts and Athletics Performing Arts Summer Camp at PS 9 focuses on Performing Arts: planning, writing, rehearsing and performing an original show each Friday afternoon throughout the summer.

Our camp is open to students from all schools who are entering grades one through six. All campers will have opportunities for physical activity, field trips, and lots of summer fun!  Click Here for more information!

Holiday Schedule – LAST DAY OF AFTERSCHOOL is Thursday, June 14, 2018

Memorial Day –  Monday, May 28, 2018
School will be closed and there will be no afterschool.

Chancellor Day -Thursday, June 7, 2018
School will be closed and there will be no afterschool.

Non-Attendance Day – Monday, June 11, 2018
School will be closed and there will be no afterschool

Afterschool 2017 – 2018:
Three cycles (Fall, Winter, Spring) & Summer Camp!

Fall: Tues 9/11/17 – Fri 12/08/17
Winter: Mon 12/11/17 – Fri 03/16/18
Spring: Mon 03/19/18 – Thur 06/14/18
Summer: Mon 07/02/18 – Fri 08/17/18

Our program will be closed every day that school is closed, including half days and snow days. For a list of closings, see the NYC DoE Calendar for 2017-18

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Summer at PS9

Every week the children produce a new show. Watch the performances from each week of camp – and more!

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did you know?

Aligning course offering with the needs and desires of the community is an ongoing project. In some cases the challenge is to offer classes in afterschool that expand on the strengths of the school…an art class (with 80 minute blocks of time) can allow a child who is learning to draw, the time and quiet and support to take that interest further.

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We host “back to school night” every single day. Working parents who can’t pick their child up at 3 p.m. can pick them up at 5:40 p.m. This is actually a really big deal. Parents can meet and speak with other parents that they would never see otherwise.

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A number of our instructors are daytime teachers, paraprofessionals, or assistant teachers. Teaching in afterschool allows them to work in small groups with children who are interested in a specific topic.

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