After School Programs
The Marin Primary & Middle School After School program offers a safe and healthy environment in which children can relax, play, learn new skills, and build meaningful social relationships. The program offers diverse activities including sports, cooperative games, arts and crafts, homework lab, drama, and more. Our goal is to balance a need for guidance and supervision with the equally important need for spontaneity and self expression. We have a dedicated staff of creative and nurturing teachers who are instrumental in the facilitation and achievement of these goals.
Preschool After School Program
The preschool After School program is available from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Parents may choose this option as part of their regular tuition schedule. Children who enroll are provided with outdoor experiences in our garden and playground, as well as indoor free choice activities such as cooking and art, and an afternoon snack.
Primary and Middle School After School Program
Our After School program offers a variety of options for primary and middle school students. Students enrolled in the After School childcare program have the opportunity to participate in activities such as outdoor games, art, free play, and homework lab. Along with childcare, we offer classes taught by MP&MS teachers and outside specialists including music lessons, carpentry, tree frog treks, tennis, dance, chorus, drama, math club and others.
Monday-Friday 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., for kindergarten through fourth grade
Monday-Friday 3:15 p.m.-6:00 p.m., for fifth through eighth grade
After School Sports
The After School Sports program for students in fifth through eighth grades includes basketball, flag football, and cross-country. Students practice and compete against other independent and public schools in the area.
The MP&MS sports program emphasizes teamwork, cooperation, and a chance to learn the fundamentals of various sports.
After School Drama
Two After School drama productions take place each year, one for third-fifth grade students in the fall and one for sixth-eighth grade students in the spring. Students rehearse three afternoons a week, with an intensive tech-week the week of the production. Parent volunteers support the productions. The fall production is presented to the community in two performances at MP&MS in December. Four performances of the spring production are presented at the Playhouse in San Anselmo.