After-School Enrichment

After-School Enrichment

Activities at ASE augment and reinforce learning, social skills, and expected school behavior.


  • Monday-Friday, 3:00-6:00pm
  • No after-school enrichment on days Tilden is not in session or has half-days 


Outdoor Learning (weather permitting)

Exercise and Social Learning:

ASE staff encourage, referee, supervise, and facilitate conflict resolution in the play yard or at the park across the street, for:

  • individual and group activities
  • practice with cooperation & fair play
  • play with balls, skippies, ropes, hula hoops, and other equipment
  • child-directed imaginative play

Indoor Learning

Homework Help:

Adults provide assistance as requested.

Social Interaction (mixed age):

Students play together across grade levels, in imaginative play, construction, and tabletop and other structured games, requiring cooperation, strategy, and concentration.

Independent Choice Reading:

A rich selection of books, including fiction and non-fiction at all reading levels, is available.


Abundant art materials and various projects are provided for imaginative creations.

Manipulatives and Toys:

Students build, sort, arrange, count and pretend with various toys and materials.

ASE Enrollment Options:

Option 1: Contract. Families who choose this option will have a guaranteed ASE spot for their child(ren) for the number of days for which they have contracted. Prices are listed below. Families will need to identify the days of the week for which they will need care. With 30-days notice, families can change the days for which they need care should a schedule change be needed.

Option 2: Drop-In. ASE will also be available on a drop-in basis at a flat rate of $30 per afternoon. While we hope to accommodate everyone, please note that drop-in space in the program may not always be available.

Number of Days

Per Month Cost

Afternoon Rate

5 Days



4 Days



3 Days



Drop-In Rate



Covid Considerations

ASE follows the school procedures regarding masking and social distancing, including prioritizing students eating their snack outdoors whenever possible. School leadership will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 guidance to maintain safety protocols.

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