PS 312

COMPASS
P.S. 312
7103 Avenue T
Brooklyn, NY 11234
To learn more or get involved contact Danielle Burne @ 718-968-2254

The P.S. 312 COMPASS program provides experienced, well-trained, and committed staff members to work with our youth that also provide positive peer and adult interaction. A few of the many things that PS 312 COMPASS program offers are academic assistance that includes homework help and project-based learning, as well as stimulating activities that complement the school day curriculum. The program also provides regular engagement in fitness, sports, dance and arts and culture, as well as archery, cooking and drama. The program emphasizes on strong relationships with the local community, such as engaging our youth participants in intergenerational activities within the community’s senior programs. During holiday breaks while public schools are closed, the COMPASS program operates as a full ten hour holiday camp. During holiday camp students receive hot breakfast and lunch, as well as participation on field trips and exploration of other New City communities.

 

11 Things To Expect From Our OST
  1. Academic assistance that includes homework help and project-based learning
  2. Stimulating activities that complement the school day curriculum
  3. Regular engagement in fitness, sports, dance and arts and culture
  4. Weekend Discussion which will help children with public speaking
  5. Experienced, well-trained, and committed staff members
  6. Positive peer and adult interaction
  7. Facilities that are licensed, safe, clean and well-maintained
  8. Opportunities for parental feedback and input
  9. Strong connections with the local community
  10. Field Trips and exploration of other New York City communities
  11. Healthy snacks or supper provided daily
  12. Promotion and fostering of intergenerational relationships