Afternoon Enrichment Program (AEP)
The Afternoon Enrichment Program is an optional program designed to augment our formal morning Early Childhood program. The afternoon program provides innovative, experiential child-centered activities that extend the experiences children have in the classroom. All Prekindergarten students are invited to participate in this complementary program.
Students enjoy a packed lunch and beverage from home, rest, and continuation of core objectives that complement our morning program and our school philosophy. The afternoon program provides innovative, experiential child-centered activities that extend the experiences children have in the classroom. Children who participate in AEP have extended opportunities to explore topics, art mediums, literature, science, music, and foreign languages. During the afternoon sessions, children also have time to practice and develop important social skills in a fun and safe environment with familiar friends and teachers.
For more information, contact Krista Spradlin, Director of Early Childhood Afternoon Enrichment Program at kspradlin@St.AnnesSchool.org or 410.263.8650.
To reserve your spot in AEP, please fill out the Afternoon Enrichment Program (AEP) Contract and return to Krista Spradlin.
Session Schedule for the 2012-2013 School Year
Session I: September 4 - November 30
Session II: December 3 - March 1
Session III: March 4 - June 4
Fee Schedule for the 2012-2013 School Year
1 Day/Week: $85/month
2 Days/Week: $170/month
3 Days/Week: $255/month
4 Days/Week: $340/month
5 Days/Week: $425/month
Special Offerings for the 2012-2013 School Year
Mondays: Sports and Games
Tuesdays: Art and Construction
Wednesdays: Meet the World: World Language and Culture
Thursday: Art and Construction
Fees for AEP are billed monthly. Changes outside enrollment periods require a one week waiting period and an additional $25 administration fee.
AEP is a planned curriculum with staff numbers designated to support appropriate ratios; therefore, we are not able to accommodate drop-in requests. AEP is staffed with respect to class size and with consideration for the needs of young children. Maintaining the comforting, consistent environment in which young children thrive is a priority for the program.