Commonpoint Queens is proud to offer inclusive programming specifically designed to meet the social, emotional, educational, and recreational needs of children ages 5-21.. An individual interview is required for each of these programs so that our professional team can welcome your child and assist in the selection of programs that would be most successful.
Below are our class offering for Summer 2023. All participants will have an intake before registering online. For more information, contact [email protected], or click here to begin an intake. Space is limited!
7 Sundays beginning July 9
Primary/Foundational Skills: 2:45-3:30pm, 3:30-4:15pm
Stroke Development/Level 3: 4:15-5:00pm, 5:00-5:45pm
Primary/foundational skills is a beginner class. Students will learn safety skills and water acclimation. Students will learn basic aquatics skills such as blowing bubbles, kicking and putting their faces in the water. Concepts are introduced through fun games and activities. A parent or support staff is required to join in the water with each child.
Stroke development/Level 3 is for children who have foundational swimming skills and are ready for technicalities of swimming. This course is for children who have done well in the beginner class, or have otherwise been assessed by the swim instructor to be ready for this level class. A parent or support staff is required to join in the water with each child.
For more information, contact [email protected] or click here to begin an intake.
Ongoing Spring 2023 Classes:
8 Sundays beginning April 16
3:30 – 4:30 pm (Ages 5-9)
4:30 – 5:30 pm (Ages 10-14)
Our Karate class helps children redirect their natural impulses toward aggression and channels them in constructive, helpful, and beneficial ways, while helping them learn about respect, focus, honor and discipline.
8 Wednesdays beginning April 19
This 1 hour class will teach your child specific basketball skills and social skills. This is a great way for children to socialize with their peers while learning social skills and sports each week.
8 Sundays beginning April 16
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Ages 5-9)
2:00 – 3:00 pm (Ages 10-14)
Teaching children to cook helps inspire confidence and creativity, healthier meals, and fun. Classes involve hands-on learning about ingredients, personal hygiene and food safety, and cooking and baking techniques. They’ll learn where food comes from and how to create healthy, nutritious meals that are also delicious.
Internship Opportunities for teenagers with IEPs
In collaboration with our High School and College Success team we have identified students with IEPs and are now offering – paid – supportive internships with Commonpoint Queens programs. Internships are being offered at our Kids Korner After School Program, the Central Queens Food Pantry, in our Special Services Enrichment programs, as well as our Special Services recreational programs at Central Queens. Internships provide skill training, job readiness, and professional development opportunities. For more information on this program please contact Abel Vigo at [email protected].
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Click here for information about programs for teens and adults with developmental disabilities.