After School Programs at Proctor Rec. Center
Monday-Friday • 3:00-6:00 pm (10:00am-4:00pm when school is out)
Proctor Center is a safe and secured structured place to be when school gets out. Our programs include field trips, homework help, basketball, skating, computers, pool tables, ping pong, video games and much more. Van transportation from schools is available in select areas. Please see list of programs below:
4-H Nutrition Class
Children will learn to follow easy recipes and explore the four basic food groups. Instructor and supplies provided by the University of Illinois Extension. Classes will use Proctor Center’s kitchen.
Mondays • 4:00 pm
Talk to Me Tuesdays
Do you have something to say? Encourage your child to feel free to use their natural gift of speech in a stage setting to read, recite poetry, read a short story, or sing a song.
Tuesdays • 4:00-5:30 pm
Come skate to your favorite music. Skate rental free with membership.
Monday-Friday • 3:30-5:30 pm
Open Gym Basketball
Bring a few friends and start up a game! Be sure to bring an extra pair of gym shoes. As part of the after school program, we will have a basketball league for middle school aged students and be able to play other area recreation centers after school programs. Sign up now!
Monday-Friday • 3:30-6:00 pm
In our newly remodeled lab, computers are even more fun than you thought! Come improve your computer skills, learn how to type, engage in educational games, and learn to use the Internet.
Monday-Friday • 4:00-6:00 pm
Young Girls With a Purpose-S.T.A.R.S. Program
(Smart, Talented, Articulate, Respectable, Sisters)
Girls ages 10-14 can learn about self esteem, good hygiene practices, and the everyday life skills of becoming a good leader while being a model citizen. It’s all about you, girl, at Proctor Center on Wednesdays!
Wednesdays • 4:30 to 5:30 pm
This is a fun way of showing and teaching your child how to project their voice, face the audience, and capture their unique style of acting while having fun learning basic theatrical skills. Enjoy role playing and even learning to design sets for a play using cardboard, paint, paper, and plastics.
Thursdays • 4:00-6:00 pm
Arts and Crafts
This is a way for making and creating something special that you can call your own or give it to someone else. Guiding the natural abilities your child already possesses so that they can see, feel, and praise the finished product they produce will make your child come back for more.
Wednesday & Friday • 4:00-5:30pm