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Welcome PS 3 families! PS 3 ’til 6/Village Kids is a non-profit community based organization founded by PS 3 parents. We provide enrichment and recreational programs at PS 3. In addition to our in-house Afterschool Program, which is open to PS 3 students PreK – 5, we offer extended programming on Half-Days, Day Camp during holidays and summer break, and Chess and Tennis tournaments on select Weekends. Our camp program accepts children from any school.

Proudly serving the PS 3 community for 40 years!
Visit this page to learn more about our history.


REGISTER ALL GRADES PreK – 5 • Winter Afterschool OR DropIn Days

Our programs offer classes in fitness and sports, visual arts, performance, foreign languages, cooking, chess, science, technology, crafts and recreation. We engage multiple specialty organizations, including Third Street Music, Ailey Dance Foundation, Bill Louden Science, New Kids Tennis, Maker-State, Fencers Club, Textile Arts Center, and others, to ensure families have a rich variety of programming options. To learn more about our educational philosophy and services, please consult all relevant pages on this website. 
LOCATION
All programs take place at 490 Hudson Street (PS 3 building)
Phone:  (917) 426-3263
Email:  ps3til6@gmail.com

PS 3 ’til 6 AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM • Gr. PreK-5 • Open exclusively to PS 3 students
Seasonal enrollment. See Calendar section of the website for specific dates.
• Fall ……….   Sept – Dec 
• Winter …..   Jan – March
• Spring ……. April – June
PS 3 ’til 6 AFTERSCHOOL DROPIN • Gr. PreK-5 • Open exclusively to PS 3 students
Daily Enrollment (as needed) ……… October – June
DAY CAMP PROGRAM • Open to students from any school
Offered during school breaks and select holidays. See Calendar and Camp pages for dates, field trips and grades.

• Holiday Camps ……..  September – June 
• Summer Camp  …….  July – August
WEEKEND PROGRAM • Open to students from any school
Chess and Tennis. Practice sessions and tournaments on select weekends.

DISCLAIMER • Our programs are not sponsored or endorsed by the Department of Education or the City of New York.