Programs

Boys & Girls Club at P.S. 140

Attention Parents: We are now recruiting participants for our Summer Camp Program at PS 140! We will be accepting applications by appointment only at our school based site on
123 Ridge St.
Appointments will be made between 1pm- 4pm. Please call 646-214-1069 if you are interested in registering your child. Our summer program will involve 7 weeks of theme based activities, field trips and events from July 1st- August 15th.

 

Your child/children will be engaged in numerous camp activities throughout the summer where they will be participating in Sports, Academic Enrichment, Theater, Dance, Trips and Special Events including Banner Day, Field Day, Wacky Water Day and our End of the Summer Showcase! Overall, each camper will have the opportunity to learn, have fun and to make new friends and memories that will last a life time!

AFTERSCHOOL @ P.S. 140 Youth Development Program
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At the Educational Alliance, we strive to provide students with the best programs possible. We encourage children to be creative, work on their talents, and build self-confidence. In addition to homework help, we promote the Talent Development of every child through fun and educational activities such as:
 Unplanned Twin Day!
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Volunteer Project Events
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Valentine's Day cookie decorating
Yoga
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Fun Ice Skating Trips!
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Visits to Central Park Zoo
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Cooking
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LIGHTS ON! Afterschool Projects
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Last year our students and parents worked hard to make sure city council and the mayor knew exactly how much afterschool programs mattered to them:

We are thoroughly indebted to Campaign for Children for their tremendous support in the organization and continuing execution of our advocacy campaign.
 We are still working hard to make sure our programs continue to get funding. Afterschool and day care for NYC students is important!
Please visit Campaign for Children at http://www.campaignforchildrennyc.com/ to see how you can help!
For more videos and clips see the Educational Alliance YouTube Channel, click here.
More Videos
2011 Spring Staff Dance


140 In The News!

 

Above: Fox 5 & NY1 profiles our "Day of Service" for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Only 4 Boys & Girls Clubs in the U.S. were chosen to participate in this event.


From Community Service to Exercise: A Wide Range of Activities
Kindergarten- 5th Grade in our Youth Development Program explore a wide range of activities including:
  • Field Trips - to museums like the NY Hall of Science, Central Park Zoo, Sony Wonder Lab and local sports complexes
  • Arts & Crafts including an end of the year Art Exhibit of our students' best work
  • Boys and Girls' club curriculum such as Boy Chat/Girl Chat
  • Community Service - Past projects have included arts & crafts projects, such as homemade blankets for seniors and IV machine decorations for patients at St. Jude's Hospital. We have also organized donations to local shelters and food banks!
Going Green: Teaching Kids About Protecting the Environment
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Thanks to a Boys & Girls Club Energy Star Grant, our students at P.S. 140 have been learning about saving energy and why going green is important for today and our future. Activities include performing in skits and creating pamphlets about why this is important. To see our own students perform the skits they created click here- 4th Grade Energy Star Skit

 

Like what you see and want to be a part of it? Come join us, our kids love volunteers! Contact our volunteer manager Amy Stollmack at 646-395-4089 or amy_stollmack@edalliance.org for more information.

 


Our Wait List Is Growing - How You Can Help
If our After School programs didn't exist, many local youth would have no options when school lets out. But for every kid we help, there's another on a waiting list that we can't accommodate. Learn how you can help us serve more local children and teens. [back to top]

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