• Overview

    Wolfe Street Academy’s After School Program is funded, in part, by the Family League of Baltimore City and The After School Corporation with Baltimore Curriculum Project providing management of the grant.  This year we have a robust program that consists of academics, enrichment classes, and a variety of elective clubs.

    The goal of the After School Program is to provide an inclusive, extended learning environment that supports the day school, fills in gaps, and adds to the day school curriculum. 

    We currently have 164 students enrolled.  We operate Monday—Friday on all FULL school days, 15 hours a week.  The program is free to all Wolfe Street Academy students, Kindergarten through 5th grade. Each student receives snack and supper daily.

    Academics & Enrichment

    Each student in the After-School Program has three hours of tutoring each week.  Our tutors are Wolfe Street Academy teachers, Para-Professionals, and day school Tutors. Tutoring components include phonetic awareness, enhancing vocabulary development, expository text and vocabulary through literature.

     Enrichment Classes       

    • Creative Writing/Expression
    • Music Education
    • STEM/Science
    • Fine Arts Instruction
    • Health & Wellness Education
    • Physical Education
    • Mathematics/Computers 

    Elective Clubs

    • Chess Club
    • String Instrument – violin, viola and cello
    • Soccer, Tennis and Baseball Clubs
    • Fells Point Corner Theater – 1st grade
    • Destination Imagination
    • Story Pals

    Staffing, Volunteers & Partners

    The Wolfe Street Academy’s After-School Program consists of a professional staff as well as student volunteers from Notre Dame School of Nursing, Johns Hopkins the Park School.

    We have collaborated with a many community agencies and individual volunteers, received numerous grants and resources that significantly lend to the success of the WSA after School Program.

    Director of Out of School Time Programming

    Tiffany Judy has been with the Baltimore Curriculum Project since August 2014. She earned a M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education from Towson University and a Bachelors in Family Studies, Services to Children from Towson University.

    Ms. Judy began in after school/out of school time programs in 2005. She taught preschool for 4 years.  In addition she has served as Assistant Director and Director of preschool, summer school, after school programming in Baltimore City Public Schools.  

    Ms. Judy can be reached at 410-396-9140 or 443-740-3524 or tjudy@baltimorecp.org.
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