Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco public schools remain closed. Read on to learn more about the Neighborhood Center’s virtual programming for Alamo Elementary School students this fall.

This Fall, the Alamo virtual after-school program will provide opportunities for fun, engaging activities, social-emotional learning, and academic support for your children via Zoom.

We plan on doing STEAM and art based activities, with service learning and multicultural art opportunities included. We will also host social-emotional groups, where students can build friendships and explore their identity and community. For academic support, we will be collaborating with the teachers at Alamo to have copies of homework assignments and an understanding of their teaching methods to improve our academic student support classes.

We will also be using our website to provide asynchronous learning opportunities. Students can log on and view at-home activity instruction videos, puzzles, and games. Alamo families can access our website here.

The Richmond Neighborhood Center offers before and after school programming at Alamo Elementary School Monday through Friday for youth in grades K-5. Programs run from 7:30-8:40AM and 2:40-6:00PM and include snack. In addition to offering tutoring and homework assistance, recreation activities, case management services and STEAM classes, The Richmond Neighborhood Center incorporates weekly art programming through the Multicultural Children’s Art Program (MCAP) and partners with America Scores to offer enrichment classes that incorporate poetry, creative writing, soccer and service learning. This year The Richmond Neighborhood Center will also be overseeing the Chinese After School program at Alamo.

Program Manager

Nick Colella

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Chinese After School Program at Alamo

The Chinese Program at Alamo Elementary School offers Cantonese and Mandarin instruction to students of all levels. Each class is taught by a native Chinese speaker. Students will get a chance to speak, read, and write in Chinese. Fridays are reserved for cultural activities and focus will be on art, crafts, dance and song. Aside from Chinese class, our Group Leaders will work with students during snack, structured homework hour, and intentional activities aligning with the school day curriculum. Students will have the opportunity to learn calligraphy, learn about nutrition, conduct science experiments, and much more. The program follows the Alamo Elementary School academic calendar and operates from 2:40-5:30PM, Monday through Friday.

Register for Chinese Program

  • 7:35 AM - 8:40 AM; 2:40 PM - 6:00 PM
  • 250 23rd Ave. San Francisco, CA 94121