The Prospect Sierra Extended Program operates from 7:30-8:00 a.m. on the Tapscott elementary campus and after school until 6:00 p.m. on both Tapscott and Avis campuses. Please contact us for more information about the Prospect Sierra Extended Program.
Daily activities include sports, cooperative games, arts and crafts, creative movement, musical theater, storytelling, and more! Our primary purpose is to balance the children’s need for guidance and supervision with the equally important need for spontaneity and self expression. It’s the play date without the driving!
Children of all ages love to cruise on the LandSharks!
Students explore STEM using manipulatives from the play bins.
Karate class with Mark Sensei allows students to earn belt promotions.
Teacher Madeleine leads a group through a surprise hip-hop performance.
Students strategize during a chess match.
Classes are taught by experienced teaching professionals who share their gifts and talents with the children on a week to week basis. The spring session of enrichment classes begins on April 1 and runs through June 7. Spring classes are listed below. Enrollment for classes begins on Monday, March 4. Please download the class flyer, complete the registration form, and send the form to the teacher with payment after March 4.
Drawing & Comics Lab with Emily Schory: 3:05-4:05, Grades 1-4
Homework Club with Lisa Jako: 3:05-4:05, Grades 3-4
Lego Engineering/Intro to STEM: 3:05-4:20, Grades K-2
Tennis with Marvin Samuels: 3:05-4:05, Grades 1-4
Ceramics with Lubov Mazur: 2:35-3:35, K only
Ceramics with Lubov Mazur: 3:05-4:05, Grades 1-4
Improv and Theater Games with Geri Engberg: 3:05-4:05, Grades 1-4
Jewelry Making with Cintra Harbach: 3:05-4:05, Grades K-4; 4:05-5:05, Grades K-4
School of Magic with Brian Scott: 3:05-4:05, Grades 1-4
The extended program begins in Room 1 at dismissal daily and ends in the library at 6:00 p.m. Activities include quiet study time to work on homework indoors as well as free time to enjoy recreation activities including outdoor play, board games, composting, and other fun social activities, primarily centered on the lower yard. Students start off their afternoon with a delicious healthy snack.
The spring session of enrichment classes begins on April 1 and runs through June 7. To enroll in these classes, please download the class flyer, complete the registration form, and send the form to the teacher with payment.
CodeFu: Upper Coding Dojo, 3-4 p.m., Grades 5-8
Adventures with Maimone Attia, 3:30-4:30, Grades 5-6
Cooking Round the World, 3:40-5:10 p.m., Grades 5-8
Athletics/Drama: Opportunities to compete on seasonal sports teams and participate in fall and spring drama productions. Please note that these opportunities take place after school but are included in general tuition and do not incur an additional fee. With regards to athletics, school-sponsored teams practice and compete after school and are usually grade-level teams although groupings may vary depending on the number of students interested in participating. Participation and inclusivity are important at every level. Students are encouraged to give their best efforts in both practices and interscholastic games, have fun, and practice good sportsmanship. For more information on athletics, click here.
If you have questions about the middle school Extended Program, please call 510.809.9080.
Pricing and Fees
Extended Program Unlimited: $3,100 for entire 2018-19 school year, $1,600 per semester
Unlimited hours of childcare at a fixed price. This is the least expensive alternative for families who average 7 hours or more of childcare per week. On average, this comes to approximately $6.80 per hour. Important — This price includes teacher work days and parent conference days when classes are not in session as well as early dismissal days. There is no childcare, however, during school holidays or on the last day of the school year. Presidents’ Week mini-camp is available for an additional fee.
Extended Program Hourly: $615 for 50 hours; $160 for 10 hours
Families may purchase coupons from the Extended Program or either front office.
Emergency Drop-in Care: $18/hour, payable upon pick up
Drop-in Care is available for when unexpected situations arise such as missed carpools, traffic delays, late meetings, etc. Please pay when you pick up your child. Make checks payable to Prospect Sierra School.
After 6 p.m., rates for everyone are $15 per 15 minutes, rounded up to the nearest 15 minute interval; make check payable to Prospect Sierra School at time of pick-up.