Denver Parks & Recreation Centers – SOAR After School Program
The SOAR After School Program is a licensed child care program designed around four components of extended learning opportunities. Meaningful skill development is built around academics, sports and wellness, arts and culture, and community engagement.
Samuels’ program also incorporates SEAL and Second Step curriculum to build an amazing community. This safe and inclusive comprehensive program implemented by qualified youth developers, also incorporates healthy snacks daily. Students also have the opportunity to experience two field trips throughout the year. SOAR is committed to building a healthy after-school community; therefore we ask that students attend program daily.
S.O.A.R – AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Registration can be done online www.denvergov.org/recreation
We strongly recommend registering online in order to have the best chance of reserving a space for you child.
Curtis Garrett | Recreation Coordinator
Parks and Recreation | City and County of Denver
720-865-0845 Phone | 720-865-0841 Fax
Curtis.Garrett@denvergov.org | Dial 3-1-1 for City Services
In Code Club, we will learn the basics of coding and computer programming.
Who: 3rd-5th Grade Students (up to 30 students)
When: Tuesdays, 3 to 4 p.m.
Where: STEM Lab
Contact: Marco Alfaro
There are 30 spots available in Code Club, so the first 30 students to bring back their permission slips will get a spot. Because learning computer programming will be challenging and require some basic math skills, Code Club is only open to 3rd-5th grade students. Simply be one of the first 30 students to bring back a completed permission slip to Mr. Alfaro! You must have a parent/guardian signature.
The Samuels Singers is an after school choir open to all 4th and 5th graders who love to sing.
Who: 4th & 5th Grade Students
When: Mondays, 3 to 4 p.m.
Where: Music Room
Contact: Janie Darone
If you love hanging out with friends, outdoor art activities, digging in the dirt as well as planting seeds, caring for and harvesting vegetables, then Garden Club is the place for you! There is no fee for this club. Club Coordinator is Gayle Gaeth.
Who: 1st-5th Grade Students
When: Tuesdays, 3 to 4 p.m. Fall/Spring Sessions
Contact: Gayle Gaeth
Volunteers Needed! If you wish to be an adult group leader, please email Gayle. No gardening experience is necessary for adult leaders and children of adult leaders are guaranteed admission to the club.
Girls on the Run inspires girls to a lifetime of self-respect and a healthy lifestyle through an innovative program that combines training for a 3.1 mile run/walk race with fun games and activities that help girls learn to define their lives on their own terms. For more information about the program, go to www.girlsontherunrockies.org.
Who: 3rd-5th Grade Girls
When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3 to 4:30 p.m. (March 3 to May 14, 2020)
Where: To Be Determined
Contact: Janie Darone
The mission of the U.S. Soccer is to enhance, assist and grow the sport of soccer in the United States. We view soccer as a powerful vehicle for social change. By supporting the development of places to play, places to grow and places to learn, our goal is to ensure that children have easy and affordable access to quality soccer programs that support their physical and personal development.
Who: 3rd-5th Grade Students
When: TBD (coming back in the spring)
Contact: Skyler Magee