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The Armonk Children’s Corner is a non-profit school-age child care program conveniently located in the Coman Hill Elementary School serving Children in Grades K-7th Since 1983. Our Center provides children with a variety of enriching activities such as arts and crafts, cooking, sports, athletics, science and nature, drama, socialization and much more.

Our Before School Program opens at 7:15 A.M. and is designed for school-age children of working parents. A warm and nurturing environment is provided through a variety of activities. The children who attend Wampus Elementary School will be transported to school at the appropriate time by Byram Hills Transportation. The children who attend Coman Hill will be escorted to their classrooms by our staff at the end of the program.

Our After School Program begins at 3:00 P.M. when the children are picked up at the bench outside the cafeteria by our staff. The children participate in daily activities appropriate to the age and the needs of our children, ranging from arts and crafts and cooking to science and nature, followed by a sport or althetic activity. We also provide a healthy snack at the beginning of each session. Homework assistance is available upon request. The program closes at 6:30P.M.

AND INTRODUCING OUR NEW 5TH - 7TH GRADE PROGRAM!! In September of 2010, Armonk Children's Corner extended its program to 6th Grade H.C. Crittenden Students, and to 7th Grade Students in 2011.� These students are also provided with transportation by Byram Hills Transportation to Coman Hill.� We have developed a seperate, more advanced program for the 5th and 6th graders which involves interactive activities such as volunteering, community service, and donating to charities.� This program also provides the children with educational and interesting projects that include science experiments, geography, world events and politics.� Homework assistance is given on a daily basis for an extended time, and a snack and drink are given at the start of the program.

 


For additional information or to register please call 273-6224.