Dear Enfield Public School Families,

Right At School, a tuition-based after-school enrichment provider, would like to offer their “Right Club” program on-site at our elementary schools next year. This will provide a safe learning environment and enriching programs for children before and after school. The "Right Club" program would be scheduled every day in the morning and after school until 6 pm. After a snack and fun fitness activities, students will complete their homework.  Afterwards, children will have an afternoon of enrichment activities through sports, games, arts and much more. Every two weeks students will experience a new unit of fun and meaningful learning in “The Right Club.” Here's a link to a short video about the program. 

Right At School also offers one-hour specialty classes (such as chess, foreign language, arts, music, coding etc.) for parents who may want additional enrichment activities for their children.

After seeing presentations about this program, the superintendent and elementary principals believe that this may be a valuable opportunity for our students and parents. This survey will help us gauge parents’ interest in this after school program at each of our elementary schools. As the Enfield School District strives to meet the diverse needs of our community, we appreciate your participation in the survey.

* 1. What school does your child(ren) attend?

* 2. If you are interested in after-school programs, what grade will your child(ren) enter in the fall? (If you have multiple children, answer for each).

* 3. How often might you need the "Right Club" AFTER-school program listed above, which includes homework, fitness, sports, arts, and academic enrichment?  Fees are in-line with the current program.

* 4. How often might you need the "Right Club" BEFORE-school program listed above? Fees are in-line with the current program.

* 5. Right At School also offers one-hour specialty classes for those families looking for shorter programs. These are ten to twelve week classes offered by community partners in such areas as chess, martial arts, music, foreign languages, etc. Costs for these specialty classes tend to be ~$100 - $150 per 1 hour class per ten-week session. Might you be interested in these sorts of programs?

* 6. What types of one-hour specialty classes might you be interested in?

* 7. If you would like to learn more about these offerings, please provide us with the following: