Our programs help children and teenagers to be more effective in meeting challenges in life, and preparing them for the future.
LSY provides licensed instructors to tutor youth five (5) days per week. The youth are pre-tested to determine their grade level and given a post-test at the end of the school term, as a means to determine the effectiveness of the program.
This program teaches youth how to manage their Anger, Time, and Money. The first step of this program teaches the youth how to control their anger. This is executed through group sessions, one on one sessions, motivational speakers and workshops specifically geared at adolescent. Time management teaches our youth about setting timelines for daily activities such as: determining what they will wear for the next day the night before or how to set aside time for homework on a game night, etc. The last phase deals with ways to acquire and achieve monetary rewards on a long term basis and how to manage and maintain those rewards. Information, techniques and ideas from professionals, entrepreneurs and businesses are shared with the youth on moneymaking choices.
This program prepares and improves work-ready students who will soon become engaged in today’s workforce. LSY student curriculum includes:
This Program sets standards for healthy eating habits and physical fitness activities. As a part of this program, medical professionals come in to speak and teach participants about healthy living, healthy choices, physical fitness programs, etc. The philosophy of this program is to teach today for a healthy tomorrow. The youth participate in various sports, i.e. soccer, baseball, tennis, walking, basketball, etc.; healthy nutritional snacks will be served daily and this will reinforce the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle.
This program strives to diversify youth culturally and enhance their social abilities to meet the challenges of society. Program participants engage in the arts, theater and history through dance, musicals and museums. They also learn about contemporary art expression, historical classics arts, poetry, etc.
This program engages the youth in community services; it shows participants how to develop a sense of civic duty and nationalism. Examples of community service projects include but are not limited to: reading to the elderly in nursing homes; cleaning parks, collecting needed items such as clothes, food, blankets, etc., and helping out at school activities that benefit the community.
Call our office for more information about this program.