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Posted on: April 10, 2017

Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Service’s (PRNS) After School Program at the Seven Trees Shelter

Over the past several weeks, the PRNS Out of School Time team offered an After School Program at the Seven Trees Community Center to provide a safe, fun, and enriching environment for the youth residing in the shelter. The center dedicated a classroom for this program, which was open Monday through Friday after school until 6:00 p.m. Additionally, staff provided activities for the kids on occasional weekends, including movie days, holiday events, and a field trip to Happy Hollow Park & Zoo. The program ran from Tuesday, February 28th (only two hours after programming was requested) through Friday, April 7th and served over 30 youth. On a typical day, kids ages four to twelve enjoyed a quiet space to do their homework, engage in enrichment and STEAM activities, participate in holiday-themed activities and events, engage in structured physical activity, and relax with their peers. The kids have developed strong relationships with the staff of this program, and PRNS staff is truly grateful to have offered this daily program. For more information, please contact Neil Rufino, PRNS Acting Deputy Director, at 408-535-3508.

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