SI SE PUEDE/AIDANíS WAY LEARNING CENTER Ė PRE-K
Si Se Puede/Aidanís Way is a pre-Kindergarten program for
children age 3 Ĺ to 5 that provides a safe and fun environment
for learning several mornings each week. We welcome children of
all faiths, races, and ethnic origins. We love being a diverse
community! This program is located at 49 Gold Mine Drive.
Members of St. Aidanís partner with this program to offer
funding and volunteers for the children, and assist with
computer literacy for the parents. For more information call
SI SE PUEDE/AIDANíS WAY LEARNING CENTER Ė AN AFTER-SCHOOL
Aidan's Way is an after-school and summer program for
children grades K-5 that provides a safe and fun environment
after school. We welcome children of all faiths, races, and
ethnic origins. We love being a diverse community!
Our paid and volunteer staff is skilled and experienced. As
a part of our advocacy for a safe environment, we participate in
the Department of Justice Fingerprinting Program.
We operate on the San Francisco Unified School District
Calendar, observing holidays and staff development days. We
open one hour early on parent-teacher conference days. There is
a modest program fee.
The Learning Center's primary focus is to provide educational
services for youth in the community.
A safe, loving, developmentally appropriate environment for
students in grades K-5
A nutritious snack
Academic enhancements using the KidzLit and KidzMath
Recreational experiences in arts and crafts, music, science
and technology, dance and movement
A study hall opportunity with homework assistance
Professional story-telling and reading time
Experience in domestic arts, including cooking and needle
Consultation with parents and schools on childrenís specific
volunteers come from a variety of places: our congregation, the
neighborhood, and local high schools. We volunteer because we
care about children and the future of our world. Our children
come from various public and parochial schools. Children may be
dropped off or come by bus. Busses currently deliver children
from Rooftop, Miraloma, and Alvarado
and my be arranged from other schools at parentís request.
The program operates year round; during the school year the
Center is open Monday - Friday, and summer hours vary.
Members of St.
Aidanís have offered after-school care for more than ten years
and now partners with this program to offer funding and
volunteers for this program, which is located at 49 Gold Mine
Drive, with some of the supervised activities taking place at
St. Aidanís 101 Gold Mine Drive. For more information call