The Safe Haven Program aims to provide a safe, but fun learning environment targeted toward elementary school-aged children throughout the calendar year. Please read below to learn more about Safe Haven Programs.
Safe Haven After-school
Safe Haven Saturday S.T.E.A.M
Safe Haven Summer Program
Safe Haven C.I.T (Counselors in Training)
Safe Haven Afterschool Program provides academic support in the core areas of English and Math at the Grimes and Cecil H. Parker Elementary Schools in an effort to prepare students for middle and high school. The objective of the program is for students to have constructive use of out of school time. The program seeks to target elementary schools where academic proficiency rates are low and provide the resources needed for children to leave school prepared to live, learn and work in a community as contributing member of society. Youth will also have positive peer interactions during unsupervised time.
The Safe Haven afterschool program is an alternative and safe place for children ages 7-12. It offers free homework assistance and enrichment activities that allow for children within low-income families to experience positive youth development opportunities that would otherwise not be available.
Saturday S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) Academy, a 6 - 8 week program that takes place in the Fall, was created to support students by working in non-traditional mediums to increase math, literacy, and science skills. Constructive use of leisure time is utilized to prepare youth at an early age for future success.
Created to provide academic enrichment programming for students ages 6 - 12 during unsupervised, weekend hours to encourage academic and career exploration in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.
Safe Haven is a safe and exciting place to spend out of school time five days a week from 9 am – 3:00 pm. Participants ages 6 - 12 are afforded the opportunity to experience field trips each week as well as STEAM activities, health and wellness projects which including physical fitness classes, music, arts and crafts.
The Safe Haven C.I.T Program provides youth who have matriculated through the Safe Haven Program with opportunities to work as Counselors in Training (CITs) and/or Tutors during the summer.