This program is offered for FREE. Assemble believes that the 21st Century skills youth learn in our programs should be accessible to everyone! If you are able to make a donation to help us cover our costs, it is greatly appreciated! (The average cost of an after school program in Allegheny County is over $100 per week).
We highly encourage parents to ensure that their children can attend most of the sessions as the activities build throughout the month. If your child is only able to attend occasionally, please check out our drop-in program, Saturday Crafternoons, which takes place from 1-3 pm each Saturday at Assemble. We also welcome them to our monthly Learning Parties.
Monday, May 14: Plant Walk
Tuesday, May 15: Union Project Ceramics Lab at Assemble
Wednesday, May 16: Battle Bots (design & testing)
Thursday, May 17: Green Screen
Monday, May 21: Button Making & Sticker Making
Tuesday, May 22: Union Project Ceramics Lab at Assemble
Wednesday, May 23: Battle Bots (repair, improving & tournament)
Thursday, May 24: Tie Dye
Monday, May 28: Memorial Day- No PPS/No Afterschool
Tuesday, May 29: Flower LED soldering
Wednesday, May 30: Finish All Projects
Thursday, May 31: Finish All Projects
Monday, June 4: End-of-the-Year Party
Tuesday, June 5: End-of-the-Year Party/ CSC Mobile Lab unit
Wednesday, June 6: End-of-the-Year Party/ Fab Lab Visit
Thursday, June 7: End-of-the-Year Party
Celebration of Learning 2018
Celebrate the end of the school year with Assemble! See student projects from throughout the semester, reflect on your learning through hands-on activities, and meet our teachers! Pizza and snacks provided. Please let us know if you have any accessibility needs or dietary restrictions in the RSVP ticket or by emailing Hannah at email@example.com.
Assemble Afterschool Schedule
Photo: Ben Filio for The Sprout Fund
Donate to Support Assemble Afterschool
Thanks to our sponsors!
Our Afterschool programs are made possible through the generous support from the McSwigan Family Foundation and the James F. McCandless for Charities Through the PNC Charitable Trusts Grant Review Committee