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Spring 2014 Before & After School Program Registration Forms are Now Available!
Learn To Ski Program Is BACK Again This Winter!!! Ski Program Info. Night Scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 24 at 5:30pm in EES gym!
We will be offering our "Learn To Ski Program" again this year at McIntyre Ski Area in Manchester, NH. We will be expanding to two - one night per week classes to accommodate more children. This program will be scheduled for 5 weeks -Tuesdays, January 7-Feb. 4 and Thursdays, January 2-30. The program runs from the close of school, gathering in the EES gym and returning at 6:45pm to the EES Parking Lot. Our lesson time is from 4-6pm at McIntyre. This is a parent volunteer supported program, in order to offer and keep costs down. Limited number of carpool spots will be available to and from McIntyre. If you are interested in Registering for this program, please send us an email or give us a call at 608-9487. Please include the night that would work best for your child to attend.
Martial Arts at Epping Recreation and Elementary School (offered by Epping ATA) Mondays (EMS Stage) & Thursdays (At the EES Gym) @ 3:05-4:15pm
$65 per month Special! New students who sign up will receive TWO FREE WEEKS! For more information or to sign your child up
please call Mrs. DeNapoli @ 603-434-9444 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. ***ALL beginners receive a FREE Uniform!**
Before & After School Program: Please complete Reg. Form & Participation Forms and mail or return to Recreation Staff!
Space is limited and will be filled on a first come basis! Call Nicole FMI @ 608-9487! GRADES K-7
6:45- 8:15 AM and 3:05-5:45 PM Before School Program at Epping Elementary School Gym
After School Program meets in EES Gym, Then Goes To EMS Cafe 3:15-4:15, Then Back To EES Gym till Close <--- See the left-side menu for links to enrollment documents
We provide a safe, nurturing place for children to attend quality programming beyond the schools’ hours of operation. We strive to help youth reach their full potential by allowing them to explore their physical, social and intellectual interests in a safe and fun setting. The culture of our programs emphasizes quality relationships and a healthy respect for individuality. We provide enough structure to keep everyone safe, but we also offer an open atmosphere that allows children to explore their interests in groups or on their own.
The River Otters before school program operates on normal school days at the Epping Elementary School gym in the mornings for youth in grades K-6. The program opens at 6:45 A.M. and runs until students leave for their classrooms at 8:15 A.M.! Kindergarteners are escorted by staff. At the program the youth are able to finish homework, work on arts and crafts projects & play games in the gym. The youth are able to eat breakfast with the school breakfast program.
The after school program starts at EES gym to gather, then they head outside to the Kindergarten and EES playgrounds during good weather days or over to the EMS/EHS Cafe for snack and homework time from 3:15-4:15pm, during cold or bad weather days. The programs then move in to the EES gym, or other designated areas, for organized games and activities from 4:15-5:45pm. The program operates from school dismissal until 5:45 P.M. Children are grouped by grades: K-1, 2-3 and 3-6. This may vary slightly depending on space and child needs in each of the groups.
Space fills up fast, so download a registration form today! We require registration for the Fall Semester and again in December for the Spring! We offer No School Day, Parent/ Teacher Workshop and Vacation Week full day programs, which will have seperate registration forms! Please check one month in advance of any No School Days on the school calendar or call us at 608-9487 if you have questions. We will not be offering programs during the Thanksgiving and Winter Break School Closings, to allow our staff time with their families during the holidays, as well as traditionally low enrollment in past years during those times.