Scholarships are available for all of our programs. Please contact us for more information! Reservations can be made here: https://lasteamlab.com/shop/steam-lab-after-school/
Our after school program will start September 2021.
We’re in the process of finding a place to lease in the downtown area and have several prospects. Registrations will help determine our budget. If we are unable to move in by September 1, we will have an alternate, outdoor location in the early fall.
We will be borrowing Family Strengths Network’s outdoor space as well as their internet, bathrooms, and covered overhang. We will have access to their indoor space in the event of unsafe conditions (large animals, lightening, etc.).
After school on Wednesdays will be for registered students only. This will allow us to adventure to local playgrounds, play rousing games of dodge ball, complete messy art projects, or set up robot contests.
Cost: $150/month for the first child and $75/month for siblings (purchase)
Due to low enrollment and covid concerns, we have cancelled our non-Wednesday after school care for this fall.
Middle School students can apply to be counselors in training. We’ll mentor them in assisting some of our younger students and they’ll still have plenty of time to play with everything we have to offer. They will also receive discounts for our classes. Those who’ve shown leadership and responsibility will have an opportunity to be hired as they enter high school. Contact us to find out more.
As vaccinations become available for the younger set, we will begin to offer homework help and tutoring as part of our after school programming.
In the future we still plan to offer drop-ins with parents or other adults. Those drop-ins will be priced at $10/visit, and discounted punch passes and memberships will be available.
While covid is still active in our community we will be requiring masks for all unvaccinated students. We will be outside as much as reasonable with doors open when being outside is not practical. We’ll update this policy as vaccines become readily available for elementary aged children or based on CDC/WHO guidance as new variants develop.