PEER Club – bethune

PEER (Phoenix Elementary Enrichment Resources) is a before and after school program provided at no cost to students of working parents in Phoenix Elementary School District #1. PEER provides a safe, enriching and fun environment for our students beyond the classroom. It serves students between the hours of 6:30 am or 7:00 am and 6:00 pm (before and after school based on the bell times at each school). PEER is also open during spring and fall breaks and during the summer months. In fact, the only times that PEER is not available to students is during the winter break and approximately eight days in the summer.

The programs and activities in PEER are designed to include sports, recreation, arts, music, culture and academics to develop “the whole child” even beyond the regular school day, during fall/spring breaks and during the summer months.

Cultural Camps and Thematic Programs at PEER are incredibly popular with the students and parents. During the week of fall and spring break or the summer program, when school is not in session, PEER students often have the unique opportunity to participate in special programs such as A Chinese Cultural Camp, Native American Cultural Camp, a marine life camp known as Under the Sea, or Put Your Wild On, provided by Liberty Wildlife. These are just a few examples of our unique programs that provide lifetime memories for PEER students, as well as academic, social and emotional growth.

Fifth and sixth grade students in PEER have the opportunity to participate in the following sports camps:

  • The Hoopsters Club – Boys Basketball
  • The Volley Club – Girls Volleyball
  • The Young Sluggers Club – Co-Ed Slow Pitch
  • The Kickers Club – Co-Ed Soccer

Seventh and eighth grade students in PEER have the opportunity to participate in the following sports programs:

  • Co-ed Soccer
  • Co-ed Slow Pitch
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Volleyball

Integrated into the sports program, are the tenets of character building that include: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.

For more information regarding PEER, please check with your school office or call 602-523-5757.

Parents love PEER because they know their children are safe and happy. In fact, may parents report that their children enjoy it so much that they do not want to leave.