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

Welcome to Kingdom East Afterschool Programs (KEAP)!


 


Afterschool is free for all K-8 students with a completed KEAP registration form!

A 21st Century Community Learning Center investment makes our high quality programs possible.  Each Sign Up sheet provides an opportunity to make a donation. Donations from families and businesses will help us to expand our programs!

 

NEW THIS YEAR -- STEM Adventure Program for students in grades 6-8!

Stay tuned for more information about how your child can apply for this field trip based Science-Technology-Math-Engineering (STEM) program program this summer.

 

WHY Afterschool?

Studies show that quality afterschool programs boost kids' school attendance, engagement in learning, and likelihood of attending college. They also help kids develop social and emotional skills, like problem solving and cooperation — and they help prevent risky behaviors.  We welcome you to visit our program any time to learn more about the exciting learning opportunities that are available with KEAP.

 

The more your child attends, the more your child will learn!

Fast Facts

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

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

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

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,

Newark Street School, and Sutton Village School.

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

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 parent donations.

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!
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