The Greenridge Youth Program is opening November 4th. The K- 6th grade after-school program is located at 124 Garvey Ledges Lane and will be open Monday – Friday from 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm.
The youth program provides-
- Homework help & Tutoring
- Exciting iReady instruction in reading and mathematics designed to meet each student’s individual needs
- Life skills & social learning
- Outside play time
- Active enrichment projects that inspire kids’ curiosity about nature, nutrition, and the surrounding community.
Get to know Greenridge-
On Thursday, October 31st, we are holding a Halloween-themed Open House to welcome everyone to the new center. Everyone is invited to come dressed in costume to meet the Greenridge youth program staff, enjoy candy, games & prizes, and learn about the after-school program. This even is FREE and open to all families.
- $73.13 per week – DHS CCAP vouchers accepted
- School bus drop off available
- Healthy Snacks provided
- DCYF Certified
- Bright Stars Rated
- Open to Kindergarten – 6th grade students (must be under 13 to attend)
**November Special – NWBRV is providing a FREE month trial for students from November 4-27**
Applications currently available at the center and by e-mail Margaux Morisseau at email@example.com.
About Lead Teacher: Amy Schneidhorst
Amy Schneidhorst came to Neighborworks after working in the Ann Arbor Public Schools and as a long-term university lecturer in history, women’s and gender studies, and peace studies throughout the United States. Amy has a Ph.D. in United States history and Gender and Women’s Studies from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an M.A. in Peace Studies from the University of Bradford (United Kingdom). She is a published author and most recently taught history and nonviolence courses at Rhode Island School of Design. She first became interested in peace activism during college as a member of a campus anti-nuclear group. Her commitment to peace and social justice has led her to work as a volunteer and staff member with a variety of community-based organizations including: as a kitchen coordinator at Freedom House, a refugee direct services agency in Detroit, Mi; a nonviolence trainer and peace team member with Meta Peace Team; a Religious Education Director for youth and adult education at an Illinois Unitarian-Universalist congregation; and as an educator on the US/ Mexico border at a majority Hispanic serving University. Amy brings an interest in food justice and vegetarian cooking, curiosity about cultures and community, and a commitment to building strong communities through healthy relationships.
Amy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org