Homework Help starts the week of Sept 2nd. It is in the library, and students can drop-in anytime they need to work on homework, or need help with homework. It runs Mon-Thurs 3:00-5:00 (Wednesdays schedule is 2:00-4:00 , with games or outside time 4:00-5:00).
All other activities will start September 8th. Unfortunately, I don't have any more info on what activities are happening which days, as I'm still hiring and scheduling right now. I hope to distribute sign-up forms the first days of school, and I will post info on the EMS Facebook Page and this website as soon as I have it.
Enjoy your last days of summer!
EMS After School is Hiring! (See specific job descriptions on the right ---->)
Support Staff - Help out in our programs 2 to 4 days a week. You could work in homework help or support one of our activities including sports, snack, cooking, art and sewing projects, science based activities, dance, LEGO Robotics Team and games. Staff will also help clean up, get kids to the bus and provide a safe, caring environment for youth on a daily basis. Shifts available Mornings 7:15-8:00, or Afternoons Mon, Tues and Thurs 2:45-5:15 and 1:45-5:15 on Wednesdays. Workstudy and non-workstudy postions available. Must be available at least 2 afternoons a week.
Lead Homework Help - Do you want to tutor middle school students and build your resume? As the Lead Homework help, you will work with kids each day on their assignments. You will also manage the attendance list, check in with students who are arriving late or leaving early, and may have to manage disruptive behavior appropriately (with support from the Site Director and other staff). This is a great job for education majors or students with some experience managing youth. Must be available Mon, Tues and Thurs, 2:45-5:15pm and 1:45-4:15 on Wednesdays. Non-Workstudy
Activity Leader – Are you passionate about something? Did you participate in an
amazing after school activity as a student and want to share it? Possibilities include computer programming, music production, role playing games, art, writing, sports or more. You would plan and lead an activity that meets once a week for 6-8 weeks. (advertised as “Specialized Instructor”) Workstudy and Non-Workstudy
More info? Go to ems.bsdvt.org and click on “After School Opportunities” for complete job descriptions. Also check out the EMS Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/EdmundsMiddleSchool
How to apply:
Email the After School Site Director of EMS: Jessica DeBiasio – Jdebiasi@bsdvt.org Please include a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, your previous experience and your availability. Ideal candidates will be able to demonstrate cultural competence, have experience working with youth in educational, summer camp or after school settings and be excited to work with our students.
Here is info about the Middle School Summer Program!
All Programs meet at EMS, we will transport you to your activity.
(If you live near Hunt, and your activity is at Hunt, you may meet your group there.)
Camp Dates - June 30th - August 1st (no camp July 4th)
Times - 9:00-12:00 12:30-3:30 at EMS
New Arrivals, Pre-Algebra, English and
the Youth Adventure Program start 6/23
Breakfast 8:30-9:00 EMS Cafeteria
Lunch 12-12:30 - EMS Cafeteria
If you did not receive an acceptance letter in the mail from the NNEYC or EMS confirming your enrollment, please call:
Hunt - 316-1454
EMS - 355 4062
The last day of After School and Morning
Homework Help is Friday 6/6.
Session 4 starts March 31st!
Pick up a yellow sign up form from
homeroom or the front lobby, or print
one out from the link on the right.
The Step Hop team performed at the Burlington City Basketball Tournament at BHS this weekend and did a fantastic job! Check out a clip of their performance on our Tumblr Page.
Snapshots of Session 1