L'After - Learning After School, is a safe, fun and enriching program for students in grades K-6. There are four sessions each year, taught by classroom teachers, school staff, high school students, parents and community members.

We have had programs in art, music, drama, foreign language, reading, physical activities/wellness, cooking and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). We have connected to the community through Book Club at the Wardsboro Public Library, Fiber Fun (Felting) with wool from Maybelle Farm, and Wardsboro History, learning first hand from members of the community. We also participate in local and national programs such as Math Olympiads, a worldwide math program/competition for students in grades 4 - 6, Girls on the Run, a wellness program for girls in grades 3 - 6 and each fall we have a spelling bee program ending with participation in the WCSU Spelling Bee.

Programs take place weekly Monday - Wednesday, 3PM to 5PM.
Snack is provided along with a recess and homework time.

Library Program

On Thursdays, The Wardsboro Public Library invites students to partake in a no cost program from 3PM to 5PM created by library director Lizzie Ingraham. Students have time set aside for snack, arts and crafts opportunities, and, of course, books thanks to the support of Lizzie and her team of volunteers. Transportation is provided by the school bus after school to the library. While the program is free to the students, it is limited to 25 participants who enroll on a first com first served basis. Sign ups coincide and the program runs concurrently with the sessions of our L'After program. 

Feel free to Email Lizzie or call the Library - 802-896-6988 - with any questions.