COMMUNITY


    Adult Education

    The Croton-Harmon Adult Education Program offers a variety of educational, cultural, and vocational courses and seminars designed to meet the ever-changing needs of the community it serves.

    The school year is divided into two, 10-week terms, Fall and Spring. Catalogs announcing course offerings, dates for registration, and term commencements are mailed to all residents in the 10520 zip code area. Registration is open to adults from other communities as well, at no additional charge. 

    Senior citizens, who are Croton residents, may attend some classes free of charge if the class in which they register has met minimum enrollment. Senior citizens residing in other communities may be eligible for tuition discounts under the same class enrollment qualifications.

    The After School and Adult Education Program office is located at the Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School, next to the Facilities and Operations Office.  Iris Stevens, Coordinator of both the After School Program and the Adult Education Program, will be available from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, most school days.  Iris can be reached at 914 271-5184 extension 3208.


    After School Programs

    After-School Programs:

    Children of Croton School District residents enrolled in kindergarten through eighth grade may participate in After-School Programs at the Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School and Pierre Van Cortlandt Middle School.

    In both the Fall and Spring terms, courses are offered in foreign languages, music, physical fitness, fine arts, theater, dance, and sports. Every summer, a variety of mini-camps are offered featuring soccer, lacrosse, volleyball, and fine arts and crafts. Students may enroll for one- or two-week sessions.

    All programs are self-sustaining, supported by tuition paid by students for courses If district schools are closed during the day, for any reason, all Continuing Education programs are automatically cancelled. If evening classes are to be cancelled due to inclement weather that develops after the close of the normal school day, that information will be broadcast on radio stations WLNA, WHUD, and WFAS, as well as Channel 12 News.

    The  After School and Adult Education Program office is located at the Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School, next to the Facilities and Operations Office.  Iris Stevens, Coordinator of both the After School Program and the Adult Education Program, will be available from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, most school days.  Iris can be reached at 914 271-5184 extension 3208.