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gives children a safe, fun place to go after-school, where they learn new skills, develop their interests, and contribute to their community.
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NECC’s after-school program is sponsored by NECC in collaboration with the Webutuck School District. The program is supported by grants from the Advantage After-School Program of New York State, and The Dyson Foundation.
Mail completed forms to:
PO Box 35, Millerton NY, 12546.
Or, bring them to our office at 51 South Center Street.
You may give us a call or stop by to pick up a complete application packet.
Applications are also available at the Webutuck elementary or middle school office.
is a great option for families with children in elementary school (K-8) looking for a safe and enriching environment during the after-school hours. We encourage learning, socializing, recreation, physical activity, and community service. (Visit our Junior High Clubs page for details on the 7th-8th grade program!)
Learning and Fun
Our many activities include:
and much more!
Recent projects and activities have included:
NECC’s enriching and comprehensive afterschool program is available to children in kindergarten through eighth grade. (Grades 7 and 8 participate in our Clubs program. The program meets on all scheduled school days, previously scheduled half-days, and teacher conference days (but not during cancellations due to extreme weather) from dismissal until 6 pm. The program is not open on school vacations or holidays.
Our program’s home is the former Millerton Elementary School. We have three spacious rooms and access to playgrounds and playing fields. The 7th-8th grade program is at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School.
Bus transportation to the program will be provided by the school district.
Pricing includes discounts for attending all five days, for siblings, and for families receiving free or reduced-price lunch. (Sliding scale available to all upon request.) Details available in the application.
Program Director Jan Brooks leads the 4th-6th grade group; John Mahoney leads the K-3 group. Rebecca Cossa is the leader of the Junior high group. See staff page for contact information.