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 Argonne Elementary School students this fall.
Our fall semester virtual program will be divided into two groups: Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade as one group, and 3rd, 4th and 5th grade as another group. Each group will meet once a day except for Wednesdays (when our staff work on lesson planning).
Please see the activity schedule below:
Group activities will consist of various subjects such as arts & crafts, STEAM, recreation, and any other subject our Activity Leaders are facilitating that day.
For our Academics session, we will be assisting students with homework if needed. If students do not need any homework support, we will offer academic games. These include math games, writing short stories or poems, or even playing mystery games to get them thinking!
Lastly, on Fridays, we would like to have all of our students come together for games! It’s a fun way for us all to see one another, have fun, and build social skills.
The Richmond Neighborhood Center offers after school programming at Argonne Elementary School Monday through Friday for youth in grades K-5. Programs run from 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 programing through the Multicultural Children’s Art Program (MCAP) and partners with Lion Dance Me to offer Lion Dance. Fifth grade students are able to take part in our Leaders In Training (LIT) program as well as the Home Delivered Groceries program where they get a chance to deliver groceries to a senior in the neighborhood. The Junior Tutor program is open to 4th and 5th grade students who apply and interview with the Program Manager and the Principal. Once in the program, and after finishing their homework each day, these youth are able to visit the lower grade rooms to tutor or read with students in need. Finally, youth who could benefit from small group activities participate in Puppy Dog Tales, a reading program by the SPCA with a cute pup!
Raquel Lopez Monroy
- 2:40 PM - 6:00 PM
- 680 18th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121