Participants receive instruction in team sports and are able to visit our Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse for swimming, skating and participate in group sessions that focus on healthy lifestyles.
Female participants engage in physical fitness through creative movements and self expression. This program supports self-esteem, healthy lifestyles and a higher level of confidence.
Participants engage in rhythmic coordination demonstrating a cadence of hand and foot dance movement.
Participants receive assistance with homework and participate in educational enrichment activities that support their progress in school.
ARTS & CRAFTS
Students receive instruction in creative arts, such as drawing, arts & crafts and fine arts. They develop social skills by interacting with their peers and present their work to their peers, community and through exhibitions.
Members utilize technology to express their interest in their community and the world in which they live. Through this medium they are able to expose themselves and their community to varying themes that impact them both positively and negatively while getting them involved in dialogue with one another and the community. They apply their skills in preparation for annual exhibitions and display their work in various forums.
Contests, small group games, skill building activities, tournaments and leagues. Activities include billiards, table tennis, chess, table top games, foosball, air hockey and special events.
PASSPORT TO MANHOOD
Male participants get instruction on what it takes to “grow” and become a productive male citizen. They will learn this through group meetings, interactions with male role models and various activities.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday & Friday 2:20 pm to 5:30pm
Extended Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursdays
2:20 pm-5:30 PM and 3:10 pm-5:30 pm
All Members are to be picked up by 5:30pm SHARP
Orientation are held every Tuesday & Thursday from 2:45 pm-4:00 pm or 4:30 pm-5:30 pm in the student auditorium at C.S. 67. In order to be a Kips Bay member the child must be between the ages of 6 to 12 at the time of enrollment.
The parent or guardian must attend the orientation with the child, provide COPIES (not originals) of the child's Birth certificate, immunization and an up to date physical signed and stamped by a physician.