CFL at PS 169
After School • Summer Camp
We offer a five-day-a-week School Age Child Care/After School Program for children, ages 5 – 13. All children in the program receive a daily snack, academic enrichment /homework assistance and weekly instruction in creative/visual arts, performing arts, literacy, and sports/games. Our after school programs are an essential resource for working families, engaging children in consistent group and community-building activities that promote social, physical, academic, artistic, and leadership development during out-of-school hours.
A six-week Summer Day Camp for children 5-13 years of age provides 3 days of onsite activities in visual and performing arts and literacy, as well as 2 days of educational, cultural, and recreational field trips. Special events include theme days and an all-camp final show for parents and the community.
A Youth Leadership/Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program for youth ages 14 and older, offers volunteer work experiences, training, and academic and personal support, while providing a context in which teenagers and younger children can enjoy the mutual benefits of intergenerational relationships. Our Parent Involvement Program offers family nights, special events, a sewing group, cultural outings, and volunteer support.
Who Can Benefit from this Program
Families with children seeking after school, school age child care and summer day camps, service learning and youth leadership activities, job-readiness and youth employment, indoor/outdoor Neighborhood Centers, and parent, family and community special events, as well as in-school partnerships with teachers and students at Sunset Park High School and MS 136/MS 821.
Age Criteria or Other Eligibility Requirements
After school and day camp: ages 5-13. CIT program: 14 and older
How to Access this Program or Service
Contact the program at 347.832.2535
This program is associated with...
young adults served by SCO are in college this academic year
of participants in our award-winning Fathers' Program met their goals by improving their relationship with their children, financial commitment to their children, and/or connecting to essential services