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Before & After School

1Extended Care After-School Program

The objective of our after school program is to provide a safe, educational, and fun environment to Honor Roll students needing after school care. There are three major components to our after school care program:

Academics: Our goal is to ensure that students complete all assigned homework, while giving special attention to areas of difficulty.

Recreation: The recreational part of our extended care program allows children to release excess energy while teaching them good sportsmanship. Children play a variety of games that develop both physical and mental skills.

Culture: This is an opportunity for children to learn skills that may not be incorporated in their everyday school curriculum. Within age appropriate groups, students do crafts, cooking and life skills exercises in such topics as conflict resolution and money management.

For updates on Extended Care please see the Extended Care bulletin board located next to the ECP front desk.

Teacher Check-in

Teachers accompany the children to extended care from their classroom and also deliver a roster that states which children attended that day, whether or not the student has any homework and any special notes.

Parent Check Out

  • Parents, or an authorized pick up person, must sign out students daily. You may be asked for identification at any time when picking up a student.
  • When a person not on a student’s authorized pick up form is to pick up a child, the parent must notify us in advance and the designated person must bring a valid form of identification.

Holiday Care

The Honor Roll School provides holiday care for specific days when school is not in session. For a complete list of days that Holiday Care is offered please see our campus calendar. As each holiday/early dismissal day approaches deadline information will be sent home as advance notice is required.  For more information about our Extended Care Program, please contact Cinnamon Baldwin.

After-School Vendor Programs

A variety of after-school programs are offered through different vendors at THRS throughout the school year. Please contact Cinnamon Baldwin for more information.

*Vendor programs are not included in the Extended Care fee. Payment for vendor programs are due directly to the vendors.

+Unique Fitness 4 Kids: Specially designed yoga and aerobic dance classes for PK-4th grade. For more information and to register, click here.

+RoboCamp: RoboCamp is an after school and summer program designed for children in grades K-4th grade. Children learn to design, build and program their own robots by participating in hands-on activities. Our project-based curriculum develops logic, creativity, team work, and problem solving skills. For more information and to register, visit www.RoboCamp.tech.

+Arts & Crafts with Cecilia and Guillermo: Ages 4 and up. For more information and to register, click here.

+Fit and Kick Taekwon-Do: Grades PK-8. For more information and to register, visit www.fitandkick.com.

+Future Allstars: Grades PK-2nd. For more information and to register, click here.

+HOT Chess: Ages 5-14. For more information and to register, visit https://hot-chess.com/product/honor-roll-school-classes/

+KT Dancing. For more information Click here.

Spring Break

Still looking for something for kids to do over Spring Break?

THRS has you covered! We have an AMAZING WEEK planned for our Spring Break Holiday Care!
Our Spring Break Holiday Care is designed to give a glimpse of what the 2018 Dolphin Summer Camp has in store! Each day, we have exciting activities and events planned for your child!

Spring Break Care is open to all THRS Students. You must register online – even if your child attends the THRS Extended Day Program.

Cost: $55.00 per day – snacks are included. If you pay annually for THRS Extended Day, Holiday Care is FREE!

Lunch – Students choose to either pack a sack lunch or order online from The Healthy Lunchbox.


If you have any questions, please email cinnamon.baldwin@nlcinc.com

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    Students explore the exciting world of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) through building projects, experiments, and design challenges. Sharing ideas, asking questions, and making predictions are encouraged!

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    Robust outdoor free play and structured games help students learn sportsmanship and develop their physical strength and endurance. Students learn critical thinking and problem solving by participating in board games and team challenges with their peers.

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    Students express themselves by participating in hands-on visual arts, including photography, videography, drawing, and painting. Students develop planning skills by working on long-term projects with their peers and can participate in group performances or discussions.

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    Social and emotional growth is nurtured through student and teacher led activities that promote a feeling of community and belonging. Students learn through open-ended activities that give them a chance to apply problem-solving skills and collaborate with friends.

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    Some students appreciate the chance for independent activities or study after a long day at school. We provide a quiet place to work on homework, read, journal, or seek academic support from peers and teachers. Students can also work on various projects in this small group setting.