Student Enrichment Programs

SCOPE is Long Island’s largest provider of After School, Saturday, and Summer Enrichment Programs for elementary school students.  Last year more than 4,000 students entering grades K-9 participated in SCOPE programs hosted in public schools in Nassau and Suffolk County.

Program Overview

SCOPE Enrichment programs are collaboratively designed with school districts to provide a safe, fun, caring environment for students entering Grades K-9.  Examples of comprehensive program offerings include:

Foreign Language Recreation
Reading, Math and Science Skills Instrumental Music
Arts & Crafts Theme Based enrichment activities

Programs can be offered after school, on weekends or during the summer at sites determined by the school district.

Eligibility & Tuition

Programs are open to residents of school districts for eligible grades as determined by the school district.  All programs are fee based, paid for by parents of participating students.  Actual program tuition fees are set annually by SCOPE and are dependent upon the number and length of sessions offered.  Scholarship opportunities are offered by SCOPE for eligible students based upon need.

SCOPE Responsibilities

SCOPE designs and advertises the program with school district input, collects all fees, conducts a criminal background check of prospective employees, employs and compensates all program staff, provides supplies and equipment, secures insurance coverage, and is responsible for management and supervision of the program.

School District Responsibilities

The school district offers adequate space for the operation of the program, provides custodial services, telephone access, and permits SCOPE to distribute information regarding the program to parents in the school district.

For Further Information

Julianna Carbone
Coordinator for Student Enrichment Programs
631-360-0800 ext 148