There’s lots to do at Lesley Ellis after the regular school day ends. The optional Afterschool Program gives children the space, time, and guidance to share projects, games and other activities in a welcoming environment at an unhurried pace. More than a childcare program, we provide the same intentional programming and individual attention that we do during the school day—helping to promote continued growth and the development of positive self-esteem.
Something for Everyone
LES Afterschool offers programs for early childhood, elementary, and middle school students that are designed to provide opportunities for exploration and enhance classroom learning.
- Early Childhood Program activities are centered around themes and often connect to classroom topics.
- Elementary students select an activity for the day, which may include: bowling, badminton, indoor rock climbing, jewelry making, or woodworking, as well as the LES Ski Club during the winter months. In addition, there is time for homework or quiet reading time, an opportunity to play outside, and snack time.
- Middle School students may participate in a range of activities that include academic offerings, athletic opportunities such as soccer, basketball, and cross country, and opportunities to explore hobbies. Students may also socialize and work on homework.
The Afterschool Program begins at 3:15 p.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m.