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Community & Inclusivity

Important Updates for FSK After-School Program

Mandarin and Spanish Classes:
Reminder – Today is the deadline for Families to REGISTER in Spanish or Mandarin Classes. Families will receive and separate confirmation email from the Spanish and Mandarin directors that will include curriculum information and scheduling information. This confirmation email will go out on or after August 24, 2020.

***Update on Spanish: virtual classes will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and once a month on Friday; grades K-1 will be from 3:15-4:05pm and grades 2-5 will be from 4:10-5:00pm. Families will be receiving an email confirmation from the Spanish teacher before October 5, 2020. Spanish classes start: The week of October 5, 2020.

Your current acceptance into After-School’s Distance Learning does NOT guarantee a spot for when we go back to in-person:
Families who are registered and received a confirmation of enrollment into After-school’s Distance Learning Program are currently being charged the registration fee and a language class (if this applies to them). This registration fee is for the duration that after-school will be via Distance Learning only. It does not count towards saving a spot for when, and if we go back to in-person programming.

If you don’t intend to have your student participate in After-school’s Distance Learning Program, we ask that you reach out to us to let us know. From there, we can delete your current registration. Please note that registrations of families who have paid the registration fee, but do NOT have their student(s) participate, does not automatically save their enrollment spot for when, and if, we go back to in-person programming. There will be a separate registration process for when, and if, we go back to in-person.

We have heard from many, but not all, families regarding their choice to opt out of after-school. For families whom we have not heard from, we kindly ask that you let us know if you student will be participating in Distance Learning or not. In addition, Ms Helene and I will be reaching out to families with students who have been accepted to After-school, but have not attended this week. We will be reaching out via phone call and emails next week.

We understand that the pandemic has forced families into financial burdens- on top of other stressors. If you find yourself in need of Distance Learning Programming, but find the registration fee to be unfeasible, please let us know. We will never deny a family of After-school programming due to financial hardships. We are always happy to discuss different options.

See all ASLP updates and details at:

Questions?  Please email Ms. Bel:

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