NIA/Urban Assembly School For Criminal Justice After-School Program

The NIA/Urban Assembly School For Criminal Justice (UASCJ) After-School Program offers homework help, fine arts lessons around sculpture and realistic drawing, physical education in the form of a basketball club, volleyball club and yoga with mindful movement class, literacy enrichment in the form of Scrabble Club, Journalism Club, Comic Book
Club, Free Read Group and Chorus, STEM enrichment in the form of Google's CS-First, Finding Math, and Cards and Games, and leadership education in the form of Lead2Feed, and our Good Will Club to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders that attend the Urban Assembly School for Criminal Justice, IS 609.

Our free services, funded by NYC’s Department of Youth & Community Development’s COMPASS Program, run Mondays through Fridays from 3:05 PM to 6:05 PM. We are located at 4200 16th Avenue, Brooklyn.
If you’d like to register your child for the NIA/UASCJ program, please contact Erica Buddington at the school, by email at lifill@uascriminaljustice.org or by phone at 917.882.1978.

Director: LaToya Ifill
Assistant Director: Renet James-Garcia

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