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Home Away School House After School Program

Thu, 08/14/2014 - 5:53pm -- Emily - DCYF
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Date: 
Monday, August 18, 2014 to Friday, May 29, 2015
Time: 
2:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Schedule: 
The School House runs from 2:30 to 7:30 Monday through Thursday with an afternoon session many Fridays as well.
Season: 
School Year
Fall
Winter
Spring
Program Location: 
2 Marina Blvd, Building #33
San FranciscoSan Francisco County, California 94123
Program Description: 

School House supportively prepares middle-schoolers for high school academically, emotionally and socially.We employ youth development principles in educational and recreational activities, maximizing studentopportunities to attempt new skills and develop cooperative leadership. Monday through Thursday wededicate 2 hours a day (8 hours a week,) toward academic support. Every student has his or her own deskwhere staff and volunteers provide individualized instruction and assistance. Should a student complete hisor her homework in less than the two hours dedicated, he or she reads. The School House devotes 45minutes a day, 4 days a week to soccer, football, basketball, capture the flag,etc. By deliberately building skills, we make sure that everyone can participate and improve. We sponsor twooutdoor adventures during the school year, kayaking overVeterans’ Day weekend and cross country skiing during spring break. The School House community shared adinner together with lively discussion and reflection built into each meal. After dinner is time to spend time asa community or finish homework. 

Ages Served: 
10
11
12
13
Free: 
Yes
Cost Details: 
Free
Financial Assistance: 
No
Neighborhood: 
Cow Hollow
Marina
Phone Number: 
415-755-2311
Contact Email: 
dblasky@bacr.org
Organization Tag: 
Home Away from Homelessness
Organization and Program Categories: 
Academics & Tutoring
English / Language Arts
Homework Help
Comprehensive Programming
Health and Wellness
Behavioral/Emotional/Mental Health
Nutrition
Sports & Fitness
Support & Counseling
Counseling
Information and Referral
Languages Spoken: 
English
Spanish
Accessibility Note: 
N/A
Parent Event?: 
No
Restricted Enrollment: 
Yes
Youth in program are classified as homeless as defined by the McKinney-Vento Act, and priority is given to those currently without homes.
Site Type: 
Community Based
DCYF Funded: 
Yes
DCYF Grantee: 
Yes
Contact Name: 
Don Blasky
Contact Phone Number: 
415-755-2311
Contact Email: 
dblasky@bacr.org