Ewing Schools ASP

Ewing Schools After School Program

On-Site Child Care and Enrichment


Ewing's Schools After School Program

Child Care, Homework Help, and Enrichment Program

The Boys & Girls Club provides a state-licensed after school program at Ewing schools that ensures a safe and caring place for your child immediately after school.  Our programs continually rate ‘better’ or ‘much better’ than similar programs in Mercer County.  The Club’s programs at Ewing schools (on-site at Antheil, Lore and Parkway Schools, busing from Fisher Middle) focus on educational support, social-emotional learning, character development, and healthy living.  Our programs achieve quality outcomes and favorable ratings by parents and students by combining homework help and a diversity of enrichment programing each week.  Our after school activities include:


- Homework assistance
- Healthy snack
- Reading & Language arts support
- Enrichment programs such as Art, STEM, Cooking, Sports
- Special interest clubs 
- Social-emotional learning & healthy living curriculum
- Access to our Schoology Learning Management System for 24/7 access to programming
- Extended care from after school to pick-up by 6:00 pm

 

 

Thanks to donations and grants, our programs are very affordable. Plus, scholarships are available for those in need. Check out all the details, click here.

 We want your child to have the best after school experience, so join us at BGC Mercer.

Online Registration Available

Ewing parents need to first select the Spruce Street Community Center, and then the Ewing ASP (Parkway, Anthiel, Lore sites) when registering on line.

 

Parker, Mott & Grant parents need to select the Centre Street Community Center, and then Trenton ASP (Parker, Grant, Mott sites) when registering on-line.

 

Lawrence parents pick Spruce Street Community Center and then register for ASP.

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Parent Reviews of BGC After School Program

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Parent Reviews of BGC After School Program

 

"My son loves the After School Program (ASP) and is excited to be part of it. He loves the program so much that he always tells me that I come too early to pick him up. The best part of the program is the staff that makes sure they have a personal connection with parents and children. They are aware of where the children are at all times. The STEM program has helped keep my son sharp in math and the science areas. This is the best investment that I have made thus far for my son."
- Tangela W, After School Program Parent

 

"Our daughter loves it so much that she never wants to go home. She wishes it was an overnight program."
- Olga Carillo-Martinez
 
"After searching high and low for a program that fits our needs, we decided on the ASP at Boys & Girls Club. My son started in September and absolutely loves it! The staff is great, the building is in impeccable condition and the list of programs and classes they do with them throughout the school year is amazing. Looking forward to the upcoming programs and what it entails for our youth."
- Dana H., After School Program Parent

Details about Ewing's After School Program by BGC Mercer

The Boys & Clubs is part of a national organization, and locally has been operating state licensed after school programs for more than 20 years.  We operate 10 after school locations in Mercer County.  The after school curriculum rotates in 12 week program cycles (Fall, Winter, Spring) during the school year, so programs change throughout the year.  Professional staff lead activities with 15 students per group. Staff are all adults and either have a state certification and/or years of experience in the activity they are leading. 

 

Important Information

Program Hours:
Each School day from dismissal to 6:30 pm.

Holiday Camp:
During some school holiday the Boys & Girls Club operates a full day holiday camp at our Spruce Street Community Center.  Information about this program will be posted & distributed to parents.

Start Date:
First day of school on September 8th


Program Locations*:
Antheil School
Lore School
Parkway School
 *Fisher Middle School students are bused to our Spruce Street Clubhouse for interaction with other 6-8 graders.


Program Fees:
Annual Membership is required for all participants $30 (Click her for form)

Monthly Tuition*:
5 days per week $200
4 Days per week $170
3 days per week $140
2 days per week $75
1 day per week $25**

*Monthly tuition is subsidized by governmental and private funding.

Scholarships are available to any family who needs financial assistance (Click Here)

The Club accepts Child Care Connections and WFD child care vouchers.

For Scholarships & CCC,  you can not register on line and need to complete paper registration through our membership office and Denise Brannon.

**A once a week rate of $25 monthly, but parents must first become a member, complete registration forms, and then coordinate daily registration with each schools site coordinator as availability changes day to day. No drop-ins.

 

For Information & Registration:
Denise Brannon, Membership Director
dbrannon@bgcmercer.org
(609) 695-6060 ext 202
 
For Employment & Other Questions:
Christina Jones, Director of Operations
cjones@bgcmercer.org 
609-695-6060 ext. 220
 
REGISTER (Click Here) or ONLINE (TBD)

           
 

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