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TDYCC Homework Help Program

MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW...

Students will have the chance to work in our Resource Center, computer friendly environment with an opportunity to address personal and academic issues, in ‘Quiet-Time’ study hall conditions. The Study Hall and Resource Center offers you the opportunity for: A quiet homework, homework help and study time, structured study time, assignment preparation, and plans for successful school day strategies.

For more information, please contact:

Donel Dinkins

914-989-3648

ddinkins@greenburghny.com

Annual Historically Black College and University Tour

DATE: April 4-15, 2017

DAy: Saturday - Friday

DEPOSIT FEE: $100.00 (Due by December 31, 2015)

REGISTRATION FEE: $700.00

The Department of Community Resources at the Theodore D. Young Community Center, in partnership with the New Rochelle-White Plains Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., will be sponsoring the Annual Historical Black College and University Tour.

More Information to follow...

For information please contact:

Monique Gadson

914-989-3641

mgadson@greenburghny.com

Afterschool Program - Xposure Greenburgh Institute

At Xposure, our mission is to expose children and adolescents, and even adults, in areas where there is a need, to the Worlds of Science, Technology, Finance, Work Ethics, Nutrition and Community Service while helping to build stronger Parent/Child Partnerships.

The goal of Xposure is to provide a quality program that is safe, interactive, informational, and life expanding. Our belief is that a holistic learning approach to exploring the world is needed early in a child’s development. This opens their eyes to the infinite number of opportunities they have. It also helps them to become successful and productive members of society.

To meet the physical, intellectual, social, emotional and recreational needs of children, our program will:

  • Offer fun, enriching, age-appropriate and recreational activities that help promote confidence, self-esteem and responsibility.

  • Provide children a safe and secure environment staffed by warm, competent, caring and qualified child care professionals

  • Provide a relaxed atmosphere where children can socialize and make new friends

  • Provide a nutritional snack

  • Provide some time for and homework assistance

 

For further information please contact:

Theresa Robinson-Ewing, Director

trobinson@xposureschools.com.

Educational Programming