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O’Maley Academy

O’Maley Academy at O’Maley Innovation Middle School in Gloucester

Gloucester’s 21st Century Community Learning Center after-school enrichment program
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What

At O’Maley Academy, students enjoy digging deeper into personal interests, thinking critically, improving their communication and leadership skills with peers and adults, and having fun. O’Maley Academy is a free after-school program.

When

Monday through Thursday 2:00 – 4:30.
There is also a six week summer program.

Staff

JoAnn Leavitt, Program Coordinator

Allison Cousins, Site Coordinator

Graham Epple, Family Engagement Coordinator.

Contact

omaleyacademy@gloucesterschools.com

2016 – 2017 Schedule

Fall Session
September 12th through November 17th
Winter Session
December 2th through February 16th
Spring Session
March 6th through May 4th



O’Maley Academy Fall 2016 Offerings

Monday:

  • Lego Construction Class
  • Drama: Mulan, Jr.
  • A5 Health and Wellness 6th Grade
  • Kerbal Space Program/ Flight Simulator

Tuesday:

  • MineCraft Club at Sawyer Free Library
  • Creative Crew at Art Haven
  • Sound Harbor Music

Wednesday:

  • A5 Health and Wellness 7th and 8th Grade
  • Drama: Mulan, Jr.
  • Beginning Computer Coding
  • Advanced Computer Coding
  • Theater Set and Costume Design

Thursday:

  • Lego Construction Class
  • Robotics
  • Mountain Biking
  • Theatre and Improv Games
  • Backyard Growers
  • Build-A-Band

O’Maley Academy Winter 2016 Offerings

Monday:

  • Drama: Mulan, Jr.
  • A5 Health and Wellness 6th Grade
  • Kerbal Space Program/ Flight Simulator
  • Lego Class

Tuesday:

  • MineCraft Club at Sawyer Free Library
  • Creative Crew at Art Haven
  • Guitar Class
  • Environment Class

Wednesday:

  • A5 Health and Wellness 7th and 8th Grade
  • Drama: Mulan, Jr.
  • Beginning Computer Coding
  • Advanced Computer Coding
  • Theater Set and Costume Design
  • American Sign Language

Thursday:

  • 20 Sided Character Role Playing
  • Robotics
  • Theatre and Improv Games
  • Backyard Growers
  • Video Journalism

 

O’Maley Academy Spring 2017 Offerings

Monday:

  • Drama: Mulan, Jr.
  • A5 Health and Wellness 6th Grade
  • Kerbal Space Program/ Flight Simulator
  • Lego Class
  • Mountain Biking

Tuesday:

  • MineCraft Club at Sawyer Free Library
  • Creative Crew at Art Haven
  • Guitar Class
  • Environment Class

Wednesday:

  • A5 Health and Wellness 7th and 8th Grade
  • Drama: Mulan, Jr.
  • Beginning Computer Coding
  • Advanced Computer Coding
  • Theater Set and Costume Design
  • American Sign Language

Thursday:

  • 20 Sided Character Role Playing
  • Robotics
  • Theatre and Improv Games
  • Backyard Growers

O’Maley Academy May 2017 Offerings

  • Mountain Biking Mondays
  • Circademics
  • Coding for Girls
  • 20 Sided Character

What is LEAP for Education’s role?

LEAP for Education is working with the Gloucester Public Schools as Program Coordinator for its 21st Century Community Learning Center program, O’Maley Academy, at the O’Maley Innovation Middle School. As Program Coordinator, LEAP staff will work with the site supervisor to assure that all the grant requirements are being met and that the academic quality, enrollment, attendance and assessments meet the high standards of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

In addition to O’Maley Academy, LEAP staff provides program coordination for other 21cclc programs including Expanding Horizons at Salem’s Nathaniel Bowditch School (grades 6 – 8) and Horace Mann Learning Lab at Salem’s Horace Mann Laboratory Elementary School (grades 3 – 5).

Our programs are funded in part by the City of Salem Department of Planning & Community Development, US Department of Housing & Urban Development, and the City of Peabody Department of Community Development and Planning.