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After School Enrichment

Allen Creek PTSA's After School Enrichment Program (ASEP) has fully transitioned to online registration.  Registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis.  Once the program is full, the online system will be closed.  If a waitlist form is available for that program, then you may request that your child be placed on a waitlist.  The program coordinator will follow-up with an e-mail notice if a spot becomes available.

Please observe the registration deadline as we need to (1) meet the minimum registration numbers for the after-school clubs to proceed and (2) confirm outside program instructors two to three weeks in advance.  Once the registration period closes, our program coordinators (who are all volunteers) have limited availability to conclude program logistics.  Due to safety concerns, no late registration requests will be considered on the program start date.  We sincerely appreciate your cooperation in registering before the deadline.

Registration payment tip: you do not need to have a PayPal account to complete your registration payment.  Click on the yellow button "Check out with PayPal" to proceed to the payment screen.  It offers two options: (1) at the top "Pay with PayPal" login, or (2) scroll down to "Pay with Debit or Credit Card" button (final screen is "PayPal Guest Checkout").


The mission of Pittsford PTSA's After School Enrichment Program (ASEP) is to provide safe and supervised after-school educational, enriching and/or recreational programs for school-age children in grades K-5. Building PTSAs choose programs based on their individual demographics, interest level, and parent commitment. The building principal must approve all programs. Each after-school club has its own chair. Visit the Leadership page to contact the appropriate program chair with questions. 

Please note: Programs on this page are for Allen Creek Elementary students only. 

Important Reminders about the After School Enrichment Program:

  • Allen Creek PTSA's After School Enrichment Program (ASEP) is a service we offer to our Allen Creek families, therefore after-school enrichment programs are intended to be self-supporting and break even financially.

  • The Allen Creek Lend-A-Hand Fund is available to students for whom the cost is prohibitive.  Please contact Principal Biondi at (585) 267-1200 for assistance.

  • Please note, online processing fees will be calculated and applied at check out for each program registration. 

  • Per District PTSA policy, parent volunteers are required and must be present at all times to provide assistance where needed.  Please volunteer to help enrich your child's after-school club experience!

  • No late school bus service is available for PTSA-sponsored after-school programs.  A parent, guardian, or an authorized adult must pick up your child promptly after the session.  Please arrive on time to be considerate of the parent volunteers' time. 

  • At pick-up, a parent/guardian or an authorized adult must sign out your child. Be prepared to show ID to the volunteer signing your child out for the safety of all children in the program.  Be sure to contact the program coordinator if the authorized adult for pick up changes.

  • No refunds provided when your child is absent, sick, or participating in an activity that conflicts with ASEP sessions.  

  • Per District PTSA policy, you may withdraw your child and request a refund up to 7 calendar days prior to the start of the program; online payment fees will be deducted from all refunds regardless of refund date. Less than 7 days prior to a program’s start date, or after a program has begun, only medical refunds (with a doctor’s statement) will be granted. Refunds may be prorated based on the date of notifying the PTSA ASE committee; all expenses incurred by the ASEP will be deducted from any refund.


Registration buttons will only be active when registration period is open.

Winter 2020 Science Club (Grades 3-5)

Budding scientists will have fun in two sessions of interactive science taught by staff from the Rochester Museum and Science Center. One session focuses on Rocks and Minerals and explores geology through hands-on experimentation, observation, and identification. The other session introduces students to Pressure and Force, particularly how pressure (or lack thereof) affects everything around us and how a little pressure isn’t a bad thing!  We need four volunteers for each session to run.  

Time: 3:00 – 4:00                                     

Day: Tuesdays                                   

Dates: 2/4, 2/11                                

Class Size: 20 min – 60 max

Instructor: RMSC Staff


Winter 2020 Science Club (Grades K-2)

Budding scientists will enjoy two sessions of fun, hands-on science taught by Rochester Museum and Science Center staff and a third led by parent volunteer Andrea Popp! One session immerses kids in the world of Dinosaurs, where students become paleontologists, explore how dinosaurs lived, and “create” a fossil. The other RMSC-led session focuses on Bats and provides students an opportunity to learn the important part bats play in our ecosystem and to dispel some of the myths that make bats misunderstood. The third session of K-2 Science Club is coordinated by Andrea Popp and provides interactive activities for kids to experience and apply the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.  We need four volunteers for the first two sessions and six volunteers for the third session to run. 

*Registration is extended through Thursday, January 30th (11:30pm)

Time: 3:00 – 4:00                                    

Day: Wednesdays                                   

Dates: 2/5, 2/12, 2/26                                

Class Size: 20 min – 60 max

Instructor: RMSC Staff and Andrea Popp


Spring 2020 Chess Club (Grades 1-5)

Chess is not only fun but studies have shown that scholastic chess players are more likely to succeed in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.  Chess helps improve concentration, develops logical and critical thinking, promotes creative problem-solving and rewards hard work!  And chess also fosters future Nobel Prize Winners!!!  Experienced instructors from the Rochester Chess Center will give lessons and supervise play.  Parent/guardian volunteers (no chess experience required) are critical to the running of our sessions.  We need at least four parent volunteers for every session.

Time: 3:05 – 4:05                                      

Day: Tuesdays                                    

Dates: 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 3/31, 4/14         

Class Size: 32 min - 70 max

Instructor: Rochester Chess Center Instructors


Winter 2020 Drums Alive! (Grades K-5)

Drums Alive! is a "whole mind, whole body" experience combining fitness, music, drumming, and educational concepts. Engaging music and powerful percussion make for an exciting high energy class. It is a workout for the entire body and a powerful tool for stress reduction. Exercise balls, risers, drumsticks, pool noodles, scarves, and energizing music make this experience come to life. Come feel like a rock star and experience the joy of music, movement, and rhythm! This program is so fun it feels like "play!" Participants should wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes as we will be moving in all directions!  We need two to four volunteers for every session. 

Time: 3:15 – 4:00                                    

Day: Fridays                                   

Dates: 3/13, 3/20, 3/27                                

Class Size: 20 min – 30 max

Instructor: Kym Schifino, MusicallyFIT


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