The Phoenix Provision is a program designed to provide solutions to the multiple needs within our community.
We are now accepting applications for enrollment. Our official launch date is Monday, October 18, 2021, and our hours of operation will be every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3pm - 5pm.
Only those accepted into the program will receive services provided through The Phoenix Provision. Space is limited, so please submit your applications at your earliest convenience.
By providing a free extended school day program, we are able to support families that are considered to be of a low-income socioeconomic status by taking the financial pressure of an after-school childcare away.
Not only does our program alleviate some of the financial burden placed upon families, it also provides consistency, safety, and support from a diverse group of well-equipped staff and volunteers to assist the needs of every child.
Our staff is a mix of highly trained professionals that are here to support your child in their learning journey.
This includes their social and emotional needs along with their academic needs.
Our goal is to work alongside our parents and school to help minimize the amount of time spent on homework and tutoring while being at home.
We know their time at home is precious and we are here to help!
To effectively keep in touch with our community, there will be a weekly newsletter released with detailed information regarding important dates, activities, and general information.
The students accepted into our program will be expected to carry a binder with them throughout the day that allows their classroom teachers, our staff, and their parents/guardians to have direct communication at all times. These binders will be checked daily to ensure that our program is effective, communication is direct, and progress is being made by each and every student.
Research studies have indicated that the children that come from low-income socioeconomic homes have a decrease in their quality of life as well as a decrease in their projected life span.
The Phoenix Provision takes these children coming from low-income socioeconomic homes and gives them a consistent, stable, and safe environment to foster optimism, self-esteem, and perceived control. This, in turn, will yield a high increase in a positive psychological outcome leading them down a path to a different trajectory.