About Afterschool Programs

  • kidsonswings The purpose of the extended day program at MSB is to meet the different needs of families for after school care. Our goal is to offer a consistent, supervised, enriched environment where children can feel comfortable, safe and nurtured.

    In the extended day program, experienced teachers guide children in creative and playful endeavors. Students will enjoy a social and relaxing afternoon with free play as well as songs, stories, outdoor play and special activities.

    The extended day program begins after regular dismissals at 2:45pm. The school provides two extended day options: pick-up by 4:00 pm, and pick-up by 5:30 pm. Students depart when their authorized adult arrives and signs them out.

    In addition to our general Extended Day, there are regular and enrichment activities sponsored by the school its parent group several times a year.  Sessions typically meet once a week for six or eight weeks. Check here for current sessions.

    Lego RoboticsRecent sessions have included:

    -Crafty Creations

    -Chess

    -Comics

    -Tabletop Games

    -Flying Deer Nature Center @ MSB

    -Lego Robotics

    -Drama

Extended Day Staff

 Rose Bohmann

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Degrees and Certifications:

Rose Bohmann

Children's House, Afterschool Coordinator

Rose earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Dayton, Ohio. She worked in various areas of the graphic arts and printing industry, including operating a small printing press. In 2001, she joined the New York City Teaching Fellows Program, earning a Masters in Education, and Teaching in a K-8 school in the Bronx for two years. In 2003, Rose began teaching in early childhood settings, including a year with a Head Start program in Catskill, New York, and two years at a Montessori Day Care in Albany. She joined the staff of MSB in 2007, and earned her Montessori Teaching Certificate for the Children's House level in 2015. Her interest in Montessori teaching goes back to her early days in Ohio, where a friend sent her children to a Montessori preschool.