Auxiliary Programs at Kingsley
What are Auxiliary Programs?
“Auxiliary Program” is an umbrella term that covers any activity not included in the regular Kingsley school day.
There are various benefits to Auxiliary Programs. Some allow students to interact with their peers outside of the classroom setting, some allow students to get a head start on homework and projects, and others are geared to allow students to explore subjects of interest in greater depth.
Kingsley's Auxiliary Programs
Auxiliary Programs at Kingsley are divided into five categories:
Regular After School Programs
- Friendship Club (P3–K)
- Co-op (Grades 1–3)
- Homework Club (Grades 3–6)
Classes structured around specific topics, allowing students to explore what interests them (e.g. Engineering).
Private Music Lessons
Thirty-minute, individual music lessons. Current instruments being offered: cello, violin, voice lessons, ukulele, piano, guitar.
Summer Program: ages 3-12
Summer in the City: Kingsley's five-week summer program. Explore Boston and engage in different themes each week. Sign up for the whole program or individual weeks.
Kingsley offers engaging, enriching childcare opportunities during select school vacation weeks, and during parent teacher conferences—a great solution for parents on the go during those tricky times of year.
Auxiliary Programs Staff
If any of the Auxiliary Programs have piqued your interest, our staff is available to help navigate you through the process of signing up, and can answer any questions you may have.
Tyler Nay, Director of Auxiliary Programs
Samantha Dearborn, Auxiliary Program Coordinator
Stan Marmysh, Homework Club Teacher
Tara Sarkar, Friendship Club Teacher
Ali Boreiko, Friendship Club Teacher
Dayana Kaplan, After School Administrative Assistant
Stephany Surrette, Co-op Teacher
John Pastyrnak, Co-op Teacher