Currently in Session 2 (January 9 - March 17 )
Questions? Call Heather, MADE Coordinator, at 413-231-3144
In an effort to save time, money, and trees we are launching the M.A.D.E registration online!!
Please follow the links below to see all the new and exciting programs that are being offered to our students for Session 3. Session 3 runs from April 3-June 2, and sign ups end on March 17. Some copies will be made available in the school offices. If you need a paper copy, please contact Heather Richardson at 413-231-3144 and she will get you one.
You must still send in checks to the school for payment, made out to Monson Public Schools, NO CASH will be accepted.
Do you love working with kids ages 5-13?
Do you have a hobby/sport/activity you love, that you'd love to share with them?
Are you looking for a part time, paid job after school?
Then I'm looking for YOU!!
We are looking to expand the after school program at Quarry Hill (3:20-4:45) and Granite Valley Middle School(2:30-4:00).
If you are interested please fill out the form below.
Some ideas but not limited to: arts & crafts, yoga, zumba kids, gardening, drama, clay, coloring club, outdoor games, board games, cooking/baking, robotics, music, etc
Feel free to share!
Inclement Weather Policy: MADE will follow the decisions made by the Monson Public Schools for canceling the program due to weather. Please note, for early release during the school day, due to weather, MADE students should follow the dismissal procedure that their school has on record. After the school day has ended concerns and questions regarding weather can be directed to the MADE coordinator. Cancellations due to weather may not be rescheduled.
Behavior Policy: Negative behaviors including but not limited to: endangering the health & safety of students or staff, continues disruption of the program or unacceptable behavior/use of profanity/threats to students or staff will result in immediate termination, without refund. If students have been suspended from school or have had 2 or more detentions they will not be able to participate. Students are expected to follow all school rules and meet behavior expectations while here in school. The risk is far too great to allow students to participate in after school clubs if they have established patterns of making poor choices while at school.