Welcome to the Village Kids website!  Our programs are designed to supplement and enhance the children’s school experience in a fun, creative and nurturing environment. The Afterschool Program offers a variety of classes in fitness and sports, visual and performing arts, cooking and nutrition, foreign languages, science and technology, robotics and multiple crafts. The new Village Kids Camp, available during the summer and some school holidays, is built around the theme ‘City-As-Classroom’ and is designed to take full advantage of the fantastic enrichment opportunities New York City has to offer. Village Kids Saturday, available for the first time this Fall, offers Tennis and Soccer for elementary and middle school age children. To learn more about our educational philosophy and different services, please consult all relevant pages on this website.
PS 3 ’til 6 Afterschool Program
Tel: (917) 426-3263
Email:  ps3til6@gmail.com
Families are urged to read all relevant program information – as well as FAQs – before enrolling their children. If you have any questions, please email our office. Messages are checked daily and answered by order of priority.
1. 2015 Fall Semester Registration is closed. If you wish to enroll your child in one or more semester Weekdays, please complete the Wait List form. Our Registrar officer will contact you if there are slots available.
2. Need DropIn service? Grades K-5 can sign up for Occasional Day(s) as needed.  Visit this page for details and registration link. 
3. Looking for Day Camp during school holidays?  Visit this page for registration details & link.
4. Saturday Morning Tennis and Soccer now available. Check out dates and enrollment options.
5. Afterschool Projects from last semester:
a. Click here to watch the beautiful video produced by our Animation Class. Edited by Tati Nguyen. Original music by M Shanghai Band.
b. Check out the latest edition of Picture This! the journal produced by our Docu-Journalism class. Opinions galore!
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Our programs are not sponsored or endorsed by the Department of Education or the City of New York.