After School / Enrichment Program

Extended Care Program

Saint Mark’s School offers Extended Care (Before and After Care) to all currently enrolled students from 7 am until school begins and from school dismissal until 6 pm. This program is available Monday through Friday except for school holidays and unless otherwise noted in the school calendar. Students may participate in their choice of scheduled activities, including free play, organized games, board games, sports, drawing, art, crafts, puzzles, reading, classroom study groups, or Study Hall.

For questions or comments regarding the Saint Mark’s Before or After Care program, please contact Julie Toyama, Director of Auxiliary Services, at juliet@saint-marks.org. For Preschool Extended Care, contact Kelly Mancuso, Lower School Head, at kellym@saint-marks.org.

After School Enrichment (ASE) Classes

In addition to our regular Extended Care activities, Saint Mark’s School offers a variety of fee-based after school enrichment classes (ASE classes) for elementary students. Programs may include dance, chess, Lego Robotics, Minecraft, Math Magic, rocket science, mock trial, etc.

Elementary students are invited to participate in Choristers, the Saint Mark’s Church choir program. Choristers sing during Sunday worship at least once a month and may require additional rehearsal time. There is no charge for Choristers; however, parents are expected to volunteer their time to support the program.

To reach the after school enrichment class providers directly, please refer to the information below:

Parker-Anderson Enrichment
www.parker-anderson.org

Plaza Production 1 (Dance)
Jeannette Sermak-Proulx
(818) 353-7306
www.plazaproductionone.com

Saint Mark’s Church Choristers
626-798-6747 Church Office
www.saintmarksaltadena.org

Strings Program

This program is for students in third through sixth grade and provides the opportunity to learn violin, viola, or cello in a group setting. Each class meets at least once a week before and/or after school and performs in a number of shows throughout the year. Students are required to provide their own instruments and practice regularly. Students may sign up for the program at the end of second grade and selections are made on a first come, first served basis at the discretion of the music program teacher. This program is subject to availability and is contingent upon enrollment.