Our After School Program (ASP) started this school year off by welcoming excited students back to in-person activities to all six of its program sites!
Our Draper ASP site students enjoyed their first field trip of the school year by going to Indian Ladder Farms for apple picking. The individuals picked two 1/2 bushels bags of Honeycrisp and Gala apples. Matthew had the best reach for the reddest apples at the top of the trees. On the way back, everyone was talking about what they can make with all the apples gathered. Matthew was thinking apple smoothies while Emma was talking about homemade apple sauce and pies.
The primary focus of Living Resources After School Program is to help children and adolescents develop social and recreational skills. We do this by providing participants with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of activities that include Field Trips, museum & library visits, bowling, arts and crafts, baking and cooking, indoor and outdoor games, and holiday activities.
The After School program provides supervised recreational activities to students at six program sites throughout the Capital/Saratoga Region. Children and teens in the ASP enjoy a variety of activities and look forward to the opportunity to socialize with their peers after their school day. Parents of kids in the ASP enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing that when they are unable to be present, a dedicated staff of skilled adults is ensuring the safety of their loved one.