Welcome to our FREE All-Access After School Program!

What is All Access After-School? We operate every day after school for the academic year. Our program staff is excited to be offering a new and improved set of enrichment activities and academic support, athletics, the arts, and STEM opportunities.

All students are invited and strongly encouraged to participate in this excellent opportunity!

ALL-ACCESS ANNOUNCEMENTS

W/TH, 11/13-14: MS Advisor Conferences. Limited program running 1:30-6pm.

Thursday, 11/21: All Access Multicultural Feast of Thanks Celebration & Potluck *see invite below

11/25 - 11/29: Thanksgiving Holiday Break. No School. NO ASP.

For any student attending ASP, this mandatory Enrollment Form needs to be filled out and returned to Room 100.

Windsor Terrace Middle After-School Program is hosting a Multicultural Feast of Thanks celebration and potluck on Thursday, November 21st.

All families are invited. If you plan on attending or would like to bring a dish to share, please fill out this Google Form.

*Participating students are expected to come to the Commons following school dismissal at 2:40 pm, and families should join us at 5 pm to begin our Feast!

CURRENT CLUBS SCHEDULE

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Arts & Culture

Improv Workshop, mARTinez, and Artplosive are distinct clubs falling under The Arts umbrella. Cross-curriculum and real-world connections are anticipated through goal-driven activities to develop student’s artistic literacy or mastery of diverse skills.

STEM Enrichment

Coding, Weird Science, and Filmmaking are just a few clubs where skill-building and investigation, as well as reflection time, are supported with embedded STEM learning goals.

Literacy Engagement

ASP clubs explore creative processes through project-based activities. Through reading, writing, speaking, and listening, literacy skills cultivate critical thinking, independence, and the tools students need to have a voice in our world.

Physical Activity

Sport clubs provide an opportunity for children and youth to learn skills that will help them in school, as well as in their future careers and personal relationships. Through engagement in sport, they learn leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, responsibility, self-discipline, and a sense of initiative.

Leadership Opportunities

Our leadership clubs highlight an importance for student expression, responsibility, and learning, with guidance from our lead facilitators. Our students are developing leadership skills and personal integrity.

Prospect Academic Support Services (P.A.S.S)

Our Education Specialist and ASP Director identify students early on for academic support services provided through our after school program. All students are welcome, having the opportunity to complete any incomplete or missing assignments before daily clubs begin at 4 pm.

LEADERSHIP CLUBS

Our leadership clubs founded importance for student expression, responsibility, and learning, with guidance from our lead facilitators. Our students are developing leadership skills and personal integrity.

Kick-off dates are listed on the right, as the become available:

  • Student Ambassadors: Thursday, October 3rd*
  • Shades of Love: Friday, October 11th*
  • Feminism Club: Wednesday, November 20th
  • NJHS Induction: Monday, December 2nd
  • Incubator Club: TBD
  • Student Council: TBD

* = bi-weekly meetings

ATHLETICS

Sport clubs provide an opportunity for children and youth to learn skills that will help them in school, as well as in their future careers and personal relationship.

Through engagement in sport, they learn leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, responsibility, self-discipline, and a sense of initiative.

Our athletics program includes, but not limited to: Soccer, Flag Football, Volleyball, Girls/Boys Basketball, Softball, and Track & Field.

DAYS OF OPERATION: Every Wednesday & Thursday 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.

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What is BPCS All-Access Summer Camp?

Imagine a summer full of field trips, fun activities, and educational enrichment. Our program meets the unique physical, social, and behavioral milestones, for all youth ages 10-14. Our instructors and coaches specialize in the element they teach, expressing high energy and camp spirit through all activities.

All Access Summer Camp runs from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday.

Middle School After-School Program Office

Site Director - Mari Watson

AS Program Coordinator - Ruby Romero

AS Athletic Coordinator - Rodney Frazier

Mari Watson

After-School Site Director

Ms. Watson is the All Access After-School Director of Brooklyn Prospect's Windsor Terrace campus. She holds a BFA from University of Missouri Kansas City. As Brooklyn Prospect's founding After-School Coordinator and Dance Specialist, she was conducive to the development of the All Access ASP across all of our campuses.

Ms. Watson is passionate about building a program where students can have a safe space for learning and having fun. Her excellence in instruction and management has created an interdisciplinary experience where exploring interests and building friendships is celebrated and encouraged through developing lifelong skills in after-school programming.