Center of Help's
Educational Programs for 6-17 year-olds
It is highly recommended that “access to culturally sensitive assessment and treatment services be available to ensure transition to a healthy adulthood."
Cleary, Dietz-Chavez, et al., 2017
The Leadership and Learning Program incorporates Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STREAM) using the Motivation Education curriculum which emphasizes engaging multiple intelligences and hands-on learning.
Mrs. Kelley Tindle, ESL educator
Margarita A Chi-Miranda, Engineering
Stephanie Malevich and Pyllis Saroff, Art Educators from Maryland Hall
Tatiana J Klein, Board President at the Center of Help, neuro-educator, musician, watershed steward and Key School Spanish teacher
Bob Keddel, consultant professor from Johns Hopkins University, retired teacher from Maryland schools, and watershed steward
Greg Acholonu, GCA Children’s Chess, LLC
All Wednesday students are enrolled in the Khan Academy online Math program and the Women Society of Engineering Club
Naval Academy Midshipmen volunteers
Severn and Key School students volunteers
Community resident volunteers
COMPASS ROSE THEATER
For the Summer - Camp from July 9 to 13 and from August 6 to 10
From 8:00 to 4:00 PM
Students worked with the faculty on level 1 during the Spring.
Level 1 - In this introductory class, students explore character creation and storytelling
which is at the heart of acting for the stage.
They experience a wide variety of activities focused on introducing basic theater concepts
such as ensemble, actor's tools, sharing the stage, dialogue, and action!
This class introduces the young actor to a variety of techniques within the world of theater.
Quiet Waters Park Summer 2018
For children ages 4 to 9 years old. Students develop fine motor skills, attention, discipline, character, and musical talent. (Five violins coming in August)
Looking for Funding to pay the teacher, if able please contact the Center of Help! THANKS!!!!