Ages: Pre K-1st Grade (2020-2021)
Dream City offers an Afterschool program to support families . Our dedicated instructor is committed to providing age-appropriate emotional, social & academic support. We follow school curriculum and provide academic support, homework help, project assistance and enrichment activities to enhance the day's learning.
Hours & Pricing:
Afternoons: Mon - Fri, 2:30pm - 5:30pm
$600 flexible 10 days schedule
Thursday: Foreign language
Friday: Art & Craft
3:45p-4:45p: Homework help
4:45p-5:30p: Project/Additional homework help
Dream City Afterschool Drop-off is a single purpose youth program, providing academic support in a safe, small-group learning environment for school age children. Dream City is a registered vendor for the NYC Department of Education.
We understand there is still a lot uncertainty regarding school schedules, as well as concerns about student safety both in and out of school. At Dream City, we are diligent about health checks, sanitizing and disinfecting, and we are committed to keeping every child safe and every family informed.
"The communication between staff and parents is exceptional - they will work with you to make your child's learning and enrichment experience ideal for your situation. The kids are learning, thriving and most of all, living their best existence during these incredibly difficult times.
This place is worth every penny. Corrie and her team are an amazing addition to our neighborhood and Dream City is just what the kids needed for a little dose of normal in this very abnormal year." - Nona R. , Brooklyn, NY
Why Dream City?
*Small Class Size
*Full Access to Columbia Teachers College Curriculum for K and 1st grade
*Registered vendor of NYC Department of Education
*Individualized coaching and supervised learning
*1-to-1 activities to meet specific learning goals
*Fully Insured; Strict Safety & Hygiene Protocols
*Large Facility Provides Space for Social Distancing
*Proactive Parent-Teacher Communication
- PBL Project Based Learning Approach -
Not only do students learn how to work better in group by providing their own input, listening to others, and resolving conflicts as they arise, students also form relationships with community members when working on projects, gaining insight for careers and beyond.
Students learn to look at problems with a critical thinking lens, asking questions and coming up with possible solutions for their project.
In working on a project, students learn to manage obstacles more effectively, often learning from failure and possibly starting over from scratch.
Students learn how to solve problems that are important to them, including real community issues, more effectively—even learning from failure and possibly starting over.