Virtual Learning Services To Continue Through October
As an FYI, we will continue offering our virtual learning services through October (until in-person classes resume). Please remember to update us weekly with your child's schedules (should they change), pack headphones for your child, and charge their laptops beforehand. Additionally, we have a few slots open for those interested.
We greatly appreciate your continued support during these times and look forward to serving your children.
Our awesome summer camp program is winding down with only 29 more days to go. Despite the circumstances, we have been able to operate a clean and fun facility for all of our campers thus far. As of July 1, 2020, an official visited to inspect our operations and reported that we have been one of the most impressive sites they had seen so far and to "keep doing what we are doing." That includes daily temperature checks, mask regulations, the enforcement of social distancing procedures, regularly disinfecting and cleaning and much more! Here at AAOC, your child's safety and livelihood mean the most to us and we look forward to continually serving YOU, our wonderful community. To our parents, community, staff, and supporters, thank you for being so very patient with us.
🌞 We are happy to announce that we will be opening on June 1 at a new location: 3447 Brick Church Pike Nashville, TN 37207 (inside Bass Street Baptist Church.) We are determined to create a safe and healthy atmosphere for your children amid COVID-19. Due to the outbreak, we are enforcing a series of policies that will be enforced 24/7 by all staff members and we ask that you help us out by also practicing these measures. If you have not yet registered, please visit https://aaoccamps.org/apply-now and complete the 2020 summer camp application. Afterwards, please email it to email@example.com. A $50 registration fee will also be due which can be made via cash app. Our cash tag is $aaoccamp. 🌞
We Have Summer Camp Scholarships Available!
Parents, we are happy to share that we have been awarded with an MDHA grant which allows us to provide scholarships to your children. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible! *Scholarships will be allotted on a first come first serve basis*
Although we will not be opening physically next Monday May 18th, we would like to offer your children free digital etiquette/exercise classes beginning next Monday May 18-May 22. The one-hour classes would be held via Zoom and would include etiquette classes taught by Mrs. Caroline followed with workout and dance classes lead by Mr. Keivonte as well as some arts and crafts sessions lead by Ms.Briar!
If you are interested in signing up, please email us at email@example.com no later than Friday May 15 by 5pm to secure your spot! Or give us a call at 615.289.2716. Once you sign up, more information will be sent to you.
We look forward to seeing you soon digitally!
We regret to inform you that camp will now be beginning on a later date instead of this upcoming Monday May 18 due to recent instruction from MNPS regarding COVID-19. Although we were eagerly anticipating seeing your smiling faces, we must comply with the policies set forth by MNPS, local health organizations, and the government. We are hoping to reopen on June 1 and will be providing you all with weekly updates so please stay tuned!
These updates will come by email, Facebook, and our website.
As always, we greatly appreciate your business, patience, and support. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to us by phone or email.
4/27/20: Please visit the Apply Now tab and complete the 2020 summer camp application. Afterwards, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. A $50 registration fee will also be due which can be made via cash app. Our cash tag is $aaoccamp.
Please read the below information in its entirety regarding our upcoming plans for summer camp.
Although we are extremely excited about this year's program, we are equally determined to create a safe and healthy atmosphere for your children amid COVID-19. Due to the outbreak, we are enforcing a series of policies that will be practiced 24/7 by all staff members and we ask that you help us out by also following these measures.
On day one, all parents will be given a questionnaire/waiver regarding COVID-19 which must be completed and returned on the same day. Every day when you arrive: Each child must be signed in outside the entrance door. We will also be checking the temperatures of campers at outdoor stations. Each child's temperature must be checked before they are allowed to enter the facility. We kindly ask that if your child has been previously exposed to COVID-19, is recovering from COVID-19, or is currently showing any symptoms, please keep your child at home to help stop the spread of the virus. For more information about symptoms, please see here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html.
Inside the camp: Staff members will be routinely disinfecting objects, and surfaces with the suggested formula per CDC. Routine handwashing and sanitizing will also be required by campers and staff members. Seating will be organized to comply with social distancing. There will be plenty of signage throughout the facility with reminders about social distancing, sanitizing and other rules to remember.
Our staff: Each staff member will be tested for COVID-19 before being admitted back at work. Moreover, out staff Is currently being briefed on the proper procedures as outlined by CDC and local health organizations. Each day, the temperatures of all staff members will be tested via no touch thermometers that will be placed on their foreheads. We will continually be on the lookout for information as it becomes available. Here are a few links from CDC with information pertaining to operating an organization like ours:
Here is a great resource from CDC with more information about talking to your children about COVID-19: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/talking-with-children.html.
If have any questions, comments, etc. please do not hesitate to reach out to us! We look forward to seeing your smiling faces in a few weeks.
Due to MNPS' school closure for the remainder of the school year (https://twitter.com/MetroSchools/status/1250559135839596544?s=20), we are looking to open summer camp earlier this year with a goal of mid May. Our original dates of operation were June 1-July 31. However, this is all contingent upon approval from the governor and mayor. As soon as we receive this approval, we will notify you all.
Also, please note that due to the MNPS closure for the remainder of the school year, holding fees will no longer be due after this week (April 13-April 17). If you have any outstanding balances, please be sure to coordinate with Mrs.Caroline as soon as possible.
We can't wait to see your smiling faces for the upcoming summer!
Again, please stay healthy and safe and feel free to reach out at any time.
We have secured a new location! 😁
We are so proud to announce that we will be moving into the old Bordeaux Elementary School building which is connected to Ivanetta Davis School. Mrs. Dana Eckman, the principal opened her arms and heart to us during this time of need and we are beyond grateful!
This means that before and aftercare services will resume bright and early Monday March 9 at our new location: 1910 S. Hamilton Road Nashville, TN 37218 (on the corner of Clarksville Hwy and Buena Vista). Please call us at 615.289.2716 or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Thank you so much for your continued patience and support this week. We look to see you on Monday!
3/4/2020: We are incredibly grateful for all of the calls, emails, and outreach from everyone during this transitional period. For those interested in making donations at this time, please visit this link and click the green 'Donate Now' button:
Stay tuned for our relocation announcement! #NashvilleStrong ❤️
We are happily accepting applications for our 2020 summer camp program. This year's program will run from June 1, 2020-July 31, 2020. To apply, please visit the 'Apply Now' tab above and complete your application. Current aftercare students' registration fee is $25. New campers' registration fee is $50. Call us at 615.289.2716 for more information.
Welcome to the official website for
AAOC/MOH/The E Program
"Proudly serving the Nashville community
for 15 years and counting"
"AAOC was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from Altria (The Tobacco Company) for our 2019-2020 aftercare program. Also, thanks to MDHA Summer Youth Grant, we were able to provide over $19,000 in scholarships to our 2019 summer campers. We are so appreciative of these resources as they help us to better serve you
all, our beloved community."
Congratulations to Harlem Johnson for making straight A’s on her report card! She was recognized by Governor Bill Lee for this accomplishment. Keep up the great work!
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Our Girls Camp program is designed to teach today’s “little girls” through classes in etiquette, manners, and character, to become tomorrow’s “young ladies.”
Our Boys Camp program is gender-specific, culturally relevant and provides training centered on the themes of social and business etiquette, civility, and protocol.
Our After School Care program's mission is to improve grades and standardized test scores by assisting children with their homework daily, providing tutoring services, and
An Array of Charm Camps' mission is to empower disadvantaged youth by equipping them with the academic competencies, social skills and leadership training required to create permanent, positive change in their lives. We accomplish this through a foundation of training in etiquette, civility, and protocol–the three core assets that transform societal and socioeconomic differences into the common language of success.
Our unique approach involves healing the ills of cultural, economic, and educational poverty through gender-specific foundation training in etiquette, civility, and protocol.
We are continuously striving to improve our program by seeking funding from the Predators Foundation 2020, Altria Grant 2020, MDHA Summer Youth 2020, and more.
There's much to see here. So take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about our awesome programs.
We hope you enjoy our site.
501(C)(3) NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37208, United States
After School Care
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