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Kingdom East Afterschool Program K.E.A.P.

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Who
What
Where
When
How
Why
Who

Kingdom East After School Program is open to all Kingdom East School District students, grades K-8.

What

Creative academic, enrichment, and recreational activities in a safe environment.  

Free USDA meal is provided for all children at all sites.

Where

There is a Kingdom East After School Program (KEAP) site at each of the Kingdom East School District schools: Burke Town

School, Concord School, Gilman Middle School, Lunenburg Elementary School, Lyndon Town School, Miller’s Run School,

NewarkStreet School, and Sutton Village School.

When

From school dismissal until 5:15pm, Monday through Thursday, mid-September through mid-May on full school days.

How

Kingdom East After School Program (KEAP) is funded in large part by a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant.  In addition,

KEAP receives support from the local school budgets, KESD Title I Consolidated Federal Program dollars, and participant fees.

Why

To engage students in hands-on, active, project-based learning opportunities designed to increase

academic, social, and 21st Century skills.

Past & Present Community PartnersPast & Present Enrichment Activities
  • Northwoods Stewardship Center
  • Green Mountain Farm to School
  • Lyndon State College
  • Siskin Ecological Adventures
  • Catamount Arts
  • UVM Extension Service
  • Hulbert Outdoor Center/The Aloha Foundation
  • Cobleigh Library
  • Evergreen Sports Center
  • Fairbanks Museum
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont
  • Kingdom Trails
  • Lyndon Institute
  • Jr. Iron Chef Competition
  • Red Clover Book Club
  • Lyndon Institute Dance Program
  • Girls on the Run
  • Gardening
  • Robotics
  • Local Fishing Trips
  • Mountain Biking
  • Community Service Projects
  • Balkan Chorus
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Theater Productions
  • Learning Kitchen
  • Chess & Strategic Games
  • And Many More!