AFTER SCHOOL CARE AT EARLY HORIZONS!
School-age children from Kindergarten to 5th grade come to our after school program for a safe, fun environment. Some children have energy to burn after a long day at school and choose outdoor games, jumping rope, or rollerblading. Others prefer to work on their homework, enjoy arts and crafts, play a computer game, read, or join in a board game. Early Horizons' LifeStart program is designed to meet the needs of the school-age child for social time, exploring new interests, and developing relationships with caring adults.
Our youngest school age children (Kindergarten & First grade) are in our Jr. School Age program. They are encouraged to focus on reading enrichment, practicing good homework and studying skills, as well as making time for the much needed play that every child needs. With dramatic play toys, large hollow blocks, and plenty of art and sensory activities, Jr. School Agers will stay busy in their few hours with us.
In our older program, School Age, our 2nd to 5th graders are encouraged to participate in our homework center. They are also supplied with a classroom full of activities of their choice and are provided with safe place to unwind from the school day and be a kid!
Early Horizons picks up children from 3 local elementary schools, Stocklmeir Elementary, Nimitz Elementary, and West Valley Elementary. Both School Age and Jr. School Age offer a full day of activities on school district holidays and minimum days.
MEET OUR SCHOOL AGE COORDINATOR
Scott has been with Early Horizons since 2016. He started his time here as a Pre-K teacher, and has since, worked his way up to the School Age Coordinator position. His dedication and incredible team of teachers make the Early Horizons' School Age program one of the best in the Bay Area that continuously incorporates our play-based philosophy. In his spare time, he loves to hang out with his wife and two daughters. You could also find him at many hockey games and soccer matches.
To reach Scott directly, please email him at SchoolAge@EarlyHorizons.com
Scott with his wife Lisa and their two daughters