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What is the East Harlem Tutorial Program

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Elementary School Program East Harlem Tutorial’s Elementary School Program is a comprehensive after school education program designed to equip elementary school students (aged 5-11) with the knowledge, skills, and tools to:  Develop strong academic competencies in literacy, math, and writing  Build positive foundations for social development  Build confidence and cultural awareness through artistic expression  Perform at grade level and be better prepared for advancement Elementary School Program What is the East Harlem Tutorial Program? The East Harlem Tutorial Program, or EHTP for short, is a free after school program run by an exceptional staff and nearly 200 volunteers. We offer East Harlem youth comprehensive academic and social enhancing activities, including reading, math, science, one-to-one tutoring, and arts and culture courses. EHTP's programs take place during both the school calendar year and summer. In addition to youth-based programs, EHTP also offers a variety of family services, including ESL (English as a second language)/Family Literacy classes and social counseling. Together these programs provide a solid foundation for youth and families to succeed. Curriculum – 4 Days Per Week Academic Programming – 2 days per week  Literacy  Science  Mathematics  Social Studies Arts Programming – 1 day per week Tutoring – 1 day per week  1-on-1 Tutoring will be given to ALL ...
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Elementary School Program
East Harlem Tutorial’s Elementary School Program is a comprehensive after school
education program designed to equip elementary school students (aged 5-11) with the
knowledge, skills, and tools to:
Develop strong academic competencies in literacy, math, and writing
Build positive foundations for social development
Build confidence and cultural awareness through artistic expression
Perform at grade level and be better prepared for advancement
Elementary School Program
What is the East Harlem Tutorial Program?
The East Harlem Tutorial Program, or EHTP for short, is a free after school program run by
an exceptional staff and nearly 200 volunteers. We offer East Harlem youth
comprehensive academic and social enhancing activities, including reading, math, science,
one-to-one tutoring, and arts and culture courses. EHTP's programs take place during both
the school calendar year and summer.
In addition to youth-based programs, EHTP also offers a variety of family services,
including ESL (English as a second language)/Family Literacy classes and social counseling.
Together these programs provide a solid foundation for youth and families to succeed.
Curriculum
– 4 Days Per Week
Academic Programming – 2 days per week
Literacy
Science
Mathematics
Social Studies
Arts Programming – 1 day per week
Tutoring – 1 day per week
1-on-1 Tutoring will be given to ALL participants!
Summer Program
Our summer program details have yet to be finalized. All accepted students will be
updated of the details as they become available.
Program Costs
FREE! Through the generosity of numerous individuals, foundations, and corporations we
are able to offer programming free of charge.
Admissions
Who We Accept
This program is open to any K-5 grade students who live, attend school, or have a
parent working in the East Harlem zip codes 10029 and 10035.
How to Apply
Fill out an application.
Process for New Applicants
As spots in the program are frequently full, the admissions process for new participants is
done on a rolling process. New applications are date-stamped and processed in the
order they are received – No exceptions. As spots become available families will be
contacted in the order applications were received.
Process for Returning Applicants
Intake and Assessment meetings are required of all returning participants. Before the
program starts, returning participants will receive a letter informing them that they need
to schedule these meetings. Once Intake and Assessment are complete participants can
start programming the following program day.
Requirements
Requirements for Participants
All participants must:
Attend and participate in all aspects of programming
Follow all guidelines set fourth in the Participant Contract to be signed at
orientation for accepted students
Requirements for Parents/Guardians
All parents and/or guardians must:
Complete the application process
Follow all guidelines set fourth in the Parent Contract to be signed at
orientation for accepted students
Examples of Daily Schedules
Kindergarten – 2
nd
Grade
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
3pm – 6pm
3pm – 6pm
3pm – 6pm
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10am–12am
3rd Grade
Monday
Tuesday
*Wednesday*
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
3pm – 6pm
3pm – 6pm
6pm – 8pm
3pm – 6pm
Not Here
Not Here
4
th
Grade
Monday
*Tuesday*
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
3pm – 6pm
6pm – 8pm
3pm – 6pm
3pm – 6pm
Not Here
Not Here
5
th
Grade
*Monday*
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6pm – 8pm
3pm – 6pm
3pm – 6pm
3pm – 6pm
Not Here
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I
MPORTANT
: Schedule and program details are subject to change as EHTP sees fit. This
schedule is only an example and may not resemble the times or days your child will
be expected to attend
Middle School Program
East Harlem Tutorial’s Middle School Program is a part of the University Program. It is a
comprehensive after school education program designed to equip middle school students
(aged 12-15) with the knowledge, skills, and tools to:
Excel in middle school
Develop socially and academically
Build community awareness and teamwork
Perform at grade level and get accepted into a high school of their choice
Middle School Program
What is the East Harlem Tutorial Program?
The East Harlem Tutorial Program, or EHTP for short, is a free after school program run by
an exceptional staff and nearly 200 volunteers. We offer East Harlem youth
comprehensive academic and social enhancing activities, including reading, math, science,
one-to-one tutoring, and arts and culture courses. EHTP's programs take place during both
the school calendar year and summer.
In addition to youth-based programs, EHTP also offers a variety of family services,
including ESL (English as a second language)/Family Literacy classes and social counseling.
Together these programs provide a solid foundation for youth and families to succeed.
Example Curriculum
– 5 Days Per Week
Example Academic Programs
Writing
Science
Mathematics
History
Example Elective Programs
Sports
Dance
Lego Robotics (7
TH
&
8
TH
)
Arts
Touro Science Program
(8
TH
)
Tutoring
Tutoring will be provided based on student need
Summer Program
Our summer program details have yet to be finalized. All accepted students will be
updated of the details as they become available.
Program Costs
FREE! Through the generosity of numerous individuals, foundations, and corporations we
are able to offer programming free of charge.
Admissions
Who We Accept
This program is open to any 6
th
- 8
th
grade students who live, attend school, or have a
parent working in the East Harlem zip codes 10029 and 10035.
Please note that 1
st
priority will be given to 6
th
grade applicants.
How to Apply
Fill out an application.
Process for New Applicants
As spots in the program are frequently full, the admissions process for new participants is
done on a rolling process. New applications are date-stamped and processed in the
order they are received – No exceptions. As spots become available families will be
contacted in the order applications were received.
Process for Returning Applicants
Intake and Assessment meetings are required of all returning participants. Before the
program starts, returning participants will receive a letter informing them that they need
to schedule these meetings. Once Intake and Assessment are complete participants can
start programming the following program day.
Requirements
Requirements for Participants
All participants must:
Attend and participate in all aspects of programming
Follow all guidelines set fourth in the Participant Contract to be signed at
orientation for accepted students
Requirements for Parents/Guardians
All parents and/or guardians must:
Complete the application process
Follow all guidelines set fourth in the Parent Contract to be signed at
orientation for accepted students
Example Schedule
(individual schedules and courses offered will vary)
3:00pm – 4:00pm
Check-in
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Homework Help
5:00pm – 6:30pm
Touro Program (Elective)
6:30pm – 7:45pm
Open Academic Help
University Program
East Harlem Tutorial’s high school program, referred to as the University Program, is a
comprehensive after school education program designed to equip middle school students
(aged 16-19) with the knowledge, skills, and tools to:
Excel in high school and prepare for college
Develop socially and academically
Build community awareness and teamwork
Be accepted into a two or four year college
High School Program
What is the East Harlem Tutorial Program?
The East Harlem Tutorial Program, or EHTP for short, is a free after school program run by
an exceptional staff and nearly 200 volunteers. We offer East Harlem youth
comprehensive academic and social enhancing activities, including reading, math, science,
one-to-one tutoring, and arts and culture courses. EHTP's programs take place during both
the school calendar year and summer.
In addition to youth-based programs, EHTP also offers a variety of family services,
including ESL (English as a second language)/Family Literacy classes and social counseling.
Together these programs provide a solid foundation for youth and families to succeed.
Curriculum
Example Academic Programs
Writing
SAT &
Regents Prep
Mathematics
Science
Example Elective Programs
Writing
Robotics
Arts
Dance
Touro Science
Program
Film & TV Production
Sports
Tutoring
Group tutoring will be provided based on need
Summer Program
Our summer program details have yet to be finalized. All accepted students will be
updated of the details as they become available.
Program Costs
FREE! Through the generosity of numerous individuals, foundations, and corporations we
are able to offer programming free of charge.
Admissions
Who We Accept
This program is open to any 9
th
- 12
th
grade students who live, attend school, or have
a parent working in the East Harlem zip codes 10029 and 10035.
Please note that 1
st
priority will be given to 9
th
grade applicants.
How to Apply
Fill out an application.
Process for New Applicants
As spots in the program are frequently full, the admissions process for new
participants is done on a rolling process. New applications are date-stamped and
processed in the order they are received – No exceptions. As spots become available
families will be contacted in the order applications were received.
Process for Returning Applicants
Intake and Assessment meetings are required of all returning participants. Before the
program starts, returning participants will receive a letter informing them that they
need to schedule these meetings. Once Intake and Assessment are complete
participants can start programming the following program day.
Requirements
Requirements for Participants
All participants must:
Attend and participate in all aspects of programming
o
11
th
and 12
th
graders MUST participate in College Prep
Content Circles
Follow all guidelines set fourth in the Participant Contract to be signed at
orientation for accepted students
Requirements for Parents/Guardians
All parents and/or guardians must:
Complete the application process
Follow all guidelines set fourth in the Parent Contract to be signed at
orientation for accepted students
Example Schedule
(individual schedules and courses offered will vary)
3:00pm – 4:00pm
Check-in
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Robotics (Elective)
6:00pm – 6:30pm
Break
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Living Environment (Content Circle)
Other Content Circles offered may include: American History, Global History, Basic Algebra,
and Chemistry.
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