All-Access After School Programming
1/12/21: As shared in Friday's communication, WTMS made the difficult decision to delay the previously communicated January reopening date to Monday, March 1, 2021. In response, our hybrid-ASP model will now shift to a Monday, March 8, 2021, start date, a week after our school reopens for in-person learning. We are so grateful for your flexibility and patience as we continue to plan a hybrid-ASP journey that prioritizes our students' needs and interests. In the meantime, if you would like to change your preference, please note these details:
Students who chose the remote-only ASP model WILL NOT be able to change their decision to the hybrid-ASP model until the end of the third quarter, Friday, 4/9.
Students who chose the hybrid program can shift to participating remote-enrichment activities at any point. This will cause little disruption to our staffing ratios and health & safety guidelines.
Please email our After-School Program Office OR reach out to your child's advisor if you have any concerns relating to hybrid-ASP.
Our remote-only programming will now run through March 5th, 2021, as we prepare for a March 8th hybrid-ASP return at our Windsor Terrace Middle School location. Middle School’s remote enrichment is open to both WTMS and CHMS students. As a reminder, starting on Monday, January 25th through Friday, March 5th, ASP hours will shift to a 3:00 - 5:00 pm daily programming schedule. Please bookmark this one-pager for all scheduling + zoom links.
Enrichment Seasons SY2020-21:
Fall Season 9/14/20 - 11/20/20 (Remote-only)
Winter Season 11/30/20 - 1/22/21 (Remote-only)
Mid-Winter Season 1/25/21 - 3/05/21 (Remote)
Spring Season 3/08/21 - 6/22/21 (Hybrid/Remote)
While Brooklyn Prospect is closed for Remote Learning, be sure to check out our Live and Remote Enrichment Offerings! While we're not physically together, ASP is curating some of your favorite digital tools to offer online enrichment, developing new forms of interactive and challenging activities. Enjoy a diverse set of content videos readily available for our K-12 community.
WTMS Reads: Literacy Enrichment
For "virtual reading hall" you should plan to read at least 20 minutes (or more!) in an independent reading book of your choice each night. Once every other week (or around twice a month), please plan to post on either the WTMS Reads FlipGrid or Padlet chat rooms below! Your teachers will also be posting about the books they are reading! You can also respond to what other students are posting!
Student Enrollment Forms
As a reminder, we are required to submit student-specific information to DYCD as a condition of the grant, therefore all families are required to complete a student enrollment form. Enrollment instructions are in our ASP welcome packet. We hope you enjoy learning about our mission and extra-curricular opportunities, and most importantly, fill out our enrollment form.
Once you've completed an enrollment form for your student and submitted either via DYCD or email, your student is all set for ASP and is not required to sign-up for individual clubs.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAYS OF OPERATION: Every Wednesday 3 - 4 PM
Our Education Specialist, Meredith Tucker, and Ms. Watson, identify students early on for academic support services provided through ASP studyhall. All MS students are welcome, having the opportunity to complete any assignment(s).
Student-Athletes are required to attend academic support, regardless of academic standing. Failure to attend will result in consequences such as ineligible to participate in practice(s) or an upcoming game. Any excused absence must be notified directly to your coach and Ms. Watson.
We are excited to invite BPCS families to our first virtual Summer Academy & Camp! Our All-Access Remote Academy & Camp will run Mondays - Thursdays from 9 AM - 1 PM, starting Monday, June 29th, 2020 through Friday, August 7th, 2020. Click here for the summer camp zoom link!
Windsor Terrace Middle School’s after-school program is open to all students, free of charge, thanks to generous grant funding from New York City’s Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD).