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Elementary After- School and Summer Programs

COMPASS-486px.jpgChildren participating in P.S. 3's After-School Fami​ly Night engineering class.

CAMBA All-Stars at P.S. 114

1077 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11236
T: (347) 675-8913

Program Summary: CAMBA All-Stars at P.S. 114 in Canarsie serves 150 children in grades K-5 during the school year, in the summer and on most school holidays. A variety of services are offered including the After School Conservation Club (ASCC), which is available to students in grades 3-5. A partnership of United Neighborhood Houses (UNH) and ExpandED Schools with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), ASCC helps expose youth to the wonder of the natural environment through training, materials for the group and technical assistance from DEC staff members. All-Stars programming also includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy and recreation activities, conflict resolution, other clubs and community circle.

Eligibility: P.S. 114 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 150
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA All- Stars at P.S. 114 is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development.


 

CAMBA Creative Kids at P.S. 139

330 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, NY 11226
T: (718) 693-3825

Program Summary: CAMBA Creative Kids at P.S. 139 in Flatbush serves 215 children in grades K-5 during the school year, in the summer and on most school holidays. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy and recreation activities, conflict resolution, clubs and community circle. There is a music therapy partnership with the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and a partnership with the After School Conservation Club that exposes youth to the wonder of the natural environment.

CAMBA Creative Kids offers “Ready Readers,” a partnership between school day and after-school educators to enhance literacy and higher overall reading skills. 

Eligibility: P.S. 139 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 215
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA Creative Kids at P.S. 139 is funded by New York City Department of Youth and Community Development. Ready Readers is supported by the Brooke Astor Fund at the New York Community Trust.


 

CAMBA Elite at P.S. 3

50 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
T: (347) 598-1448

Program Summary: At CAMBA Elite at P.S. 3 in Bedford-Stuyvesant, children in grades K-5 can participate in activities such as supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), recreation activities, conflict resolution, clubs and community circle. Programming is available to 180 children during the school year, in the summer and on most school holidays.

CAMBA Elite offers “Ready Readers,” a partnership between school day and after-school educators to enhance literacy and higher overall reading skills.  

Eligibility: P.S. 3 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 180
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA Elite at P.S. 3 is funded by New York City Department of Youth and Community Development. Ready Readers is supported by the Brooke Astor Fund at the New York Community Trust.


 

CAMBA Kids Connection at P.S. 249

18 Marlborough Road, Brooklyn, NY 11226
T: (347) 581-4662

Program Summary: CAMBA Kids Connection at P.S. 249 in Flatbush serves 199 children in grades K-5 during the school year, in the summer and on most school holidays. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy and recreation activities, conflict resolution, clubs, and community circle. The Mendez Foundation also offers Too Good for Violence and Too Good for Drugs programming in conjunction with CAMBA STARS which is also located at P.S. 249.

Eligibility: P.S. 249 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 199
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA Kids Connection at P.S. 249 is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development.


 

CAMBA Kids Shine at P.S. 361

1957 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11210
T: (347) 853-6047

Program Summary: CAMBA Kids Shine at P.S. 361 in East Flatbush serves 140 children in grades K-2 during the school year and 60 children during the summer. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and literacy enrichment, recreation, conflict resolution, clubs and community circle. 

CAMBA Kids Shine offers “Ready Readers,” a partnership between school day and after-school educators to enhance literacy and higher overall reading skills. 

Eligibility: Students who attend P.S. 361
Clients Served Annually: 140
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA Kids Shine at P.S. 361 is funded by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services, the NYS Education Department, and Ready Readers is supported by the Brooke Astor Fund at the New York Community Trust.


 

CAMBA Kids Unite at P.S. 170

619 72nd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209
T: (347) 675-5090

Program Summary: CAMBA Kids Unite at P.S. 170 in Bay Ridge serves 230 children in grades K-5 during the school year, in the summer and on most school holidays. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and literacy enrichment, recreation, conflict resolution, clubs and community circle. It also includes the After School Conservation Club for youth in grades 3-5, which exposes youth to the wonder of the natural environment.

Eligibility: P.S. 170 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 230
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA Kids Unite at P.S. 170 is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development.


 

CAMBA Kids Unlimited at P.S. 92

601 Parkside Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226
T: (347) 853-9816

Program Summary: CAMBA’s Kids Unlimited at P.S. 92 in Flatbush serves 180 children in grades K-5 during the school year, in the summer and on most school holidays. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy and recreation activities, conflict resolution, clubs and community circle.

A highlight of CAMBA Kids Unlimited is the After School Conservation Club (ASCC), available to youth in grades 3-5. A partnership of United Neighborhood Houses (UNH) and ExpandED Schools with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the ASCC curriculum helps expose youth to the wonder of the natural environment through training, materials for the group and technical assistance from DEC staff members.​

Eligibility: P.S. 92 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Referrals Accepted: No
Clients Served Annually: 180

CAMBA Kids Unlimited at P.S. 92 is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development and the NYS Office of Children and Family Services.


CAMBA Kids World at P.S. 269

1957 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210
T: (718) 462-2597

Program Summary: CAMBA Kids World at P.S. 269 in East Flatbush serves 140 students in grades 3-5 during the school year. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy and recreation activities, conflict resolution, clubs and community circle.

Eligibility: P.S. 269 students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 140
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA Kids World at P.S. 269 is funded by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services.


 

STARS Drug Prevention at P.S. 249

18 Marlborough Road, Brooklyn, NY 11226
T: (718) 282-8828 (after 3 p.m.)

Program Summary: CAMBA STARS at P.S. 249 is an after-school program for children from grades 1-5 in Flatbush, Brooklyn, offering at-risk youth:

  • A structured atmosphere
  • An emphasis on drug prevention and education
  • Counseling (both group and individual)
  • Positive alternatives to drug use and abuse
  • Recreational activities

Eligibility: P.S. 249 students in grades 1-5 who are considered at risk due to academic failure, drug and alcohol use/abuse by parents or family or specific at-risk situations like foster care or shelter care.
Referrals Accepted: Yes
Clients Served Annually: 80

This program is funded by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. ​