I think it’s very valuable that Summer Outreach has a strong academic component, because it helps students to strengthen what they have learned throughout the school year. Jade Cohen '17
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Each summer, we welcome 260 students for Summer Outreach, a co-ed enrichment program for students in grades 2-8. Representing nearly 30 schools in Fairfield and Westchester counties, this program provides academic, athletic, arts and technology instruction to academically qualified students with limited financial resources. Sacred Heart Greenwich Upper School students volunteer alongside a staff of paid faculty.
SUMMER OUTREACH ACADEMIES
Summer: co-ed grades 2 – 6
Full array of stimulating enrichment opportunities
Arts: girls grades 6 -8
Girls develop their potential as young writers, scholars and artists
Science: girls grades 6 - 8
Encourages girls to explore courses and lines of study in the sciences and mathematics
Athletic: boys grades 6 - 8
Boys’ academic curriculum is supplemented with skills and team building exercises
Extra-Curricular: All students participate in a well-balanced and diverse array of academic activities, swim lessons, field trips, library/media, computer skills, guest speakers and more!
HeadStart Enrichment Program
The children from the Port Chester Children's Place at the Carver Center accompanied by the staff, spend Tuesday mornings at Sacred Heart Greenwich participating in enrichment activities and special presentations. Our purpose is to support to the daycare's curriculum by arranging story reading, musical activities, rhythmic exercise and animal presentations. The students also attend external field trips such as museums, town firehouse, library, farms, and aquariums. The students at Sacred Heart also collect Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets or gifts for the daycare families.
Saturdays at Sacred Heart
SASH is an Outreach Program at Sacred Heart for public school students in Fairfield and Westchester areas who are in grades four through seven. Offered from September to May from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, the program provides students the opportunity to swim, use computers, write creatively, create arts and crafts and use the gym. Sacred Heart students and adult volunteers help instructors during the program. The fee for the full year of the program, including bus transportation, trips and a snack is $80 per child. For information regarding dates and registration, please contact Lisa Lyons-Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.