The Center is constantly rethinking and reshaping their programs so that all the young people that walk through our doors can benefit from what we offer. Whether it be homework club, arts, clay, crafts, science, cooking or sports, we pride ourselves on developing interesting workshops to keep our students minds busy and engaged.
Two of noteworthy interest: ART EXPLORATION taught by Madeline Archer from The Parrish Art Museum and YARP (The Watermill Center's YOUNG ARTISTS in RESIDENCE PROJECT)
Saturday mornings have extra help with Mr. Robert in Math and Spelling.
This After-School program uniquely engages our students in visual and performance arts.
Classes take place every other Monday night
Meets every week during the school year.
Six of our After-School kids competed
in the National Scrabble Championship-
their first year and two came home with 1st place prizes.
The Young Artists in Residence Project worked with artist Lua Rivera, from Mexico. She led the students in nest-making activities which will be part of one large piece that will be added onto by children in Taiwan. Lilian Colosso, a performance artist from Brazil, filmed a piece with the kids for a drone video as part of her project "To Embrace the World."
CHESS CLUB EVERY WEDNESDAY 6-8PM
at The Center in Margo's Cottage.
Free to all ages!
Learn to play or improve your game!
Homework help is always a priority at The Center.
One on one tutoring is available as needed.
Each of our kids are individually evaluated
by our education specialist.