Middle Grades Afterschool
Click HERE to register for the Manhattan Youth Middle School Afterschool program at The Clinton School for Writers and Artists.
The Manhattan Youth Afterschool program at The Clinton School for Writers and Artists will provide a comprehensive menu of activities for students of all interests and grades. Returning to after-school will be popular activities like the Clinton Post and Clinton Soup, Cross Country, Basketball, and Cheerleading. See those and the new offerings in the schedule.
Please note – Afterschool is now FREE. There is no cost to participate in any class or sport.
For any questions regarding the Afterschool program, please contact: Morgan Greer, After-School Director, at [email protected] by phone 347-846-0495.
Afterschool activities begin at 2:30. Students have 10 minutes after the final bell to gather their things and get what they need for after-school. Snack and gym sports are provided in the cafeteria and gym starting at 2:30. Students who do not check in with a Manhattan Youth staff member by 2:40 will not be permitted to stay in the school building. Students must stay for a 3:15 after-school class to participate in a 4:30 after-school class.
Check-in and snack
Activity or Team Practice
Activity or Team Practice
If you know your child will be absent from After-School, please email the After-School Director. We expect activities to fill up quickly, and for there to be a waiting list. If a student is absent from an activity without a note from a parent/guardian, he/she may lose his/her slot. If a student wishes to change his/her schedule or drop any or all after-school activities, a request must be made in writing by a parent/guardian. Students must not simply stop coming to activities.
Click HERE for a pdf of the schedule.
Comic Book Art
Varsity Soccer (Double)
Visual Arts Portfolio Prep
Flag Football (double)
JV Soccer (double)
Flag Football: Chalk Talk
Movie Club (double)
Soccer, Cross Country, Flag Football
Boys and Girls Basketball, Table Tennis
Track & Field, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball
Click HERE to see FAQs.
Check out Clinton’s literary magazine, the Clinton Soup! Download an issue or get a printed copy ($2) in Ms. Bennett’s office.
More than just a school newspaper, The Clinton Post is the beginning of a journey for our kids. Inspired by Ms. Waelder, and now run by Ms. Nelson, our students experience what writing and publishing is all about.
You can pick up a copy of the latest issue in The Clinton Post newspaper box on the first floor as well.