Florence Sawyer Enrichment Programs

End-of-Year Parent Survey
Please complete our program survey by June 18 to help us continue to meet your needs!
Click here for survey.

2019-2020 Extended Learning Program Brochure

Registration is now open! Register by July 1st to secure a spot in our growing program! 
All students can register through this link, yes, even new kindergartners! 

Register here! 

Reina Rago, Coordinator of Extended Learning, transforms into the "Reading Detective" and gives students reading clues while they listen to a fun story about Gerald McBoing  Boing!

Announcing Spring Enrichment Programs!

Please register below. Spots in each program are limited.
Click on any title to see the program flier! 

NEW! Drama out of the Box Workshop
Creative Drama for grades K-2 and Improve for grades 3-5
May 24, 2019
Register Here

Check out our Bike Safety Program!


Thank you to the Nashoba Valley Rotary Club for coming to the Emerson Extended Learning Program on Friday, Nov. 30 before school and volunteering their time to help our students learn the importance of bike safety.

RotaryClubMembers  Bike1Girl     Bike3girls


IMAGARENA the newest addition to our amazing enrichment opportunities!

Andrew might be our next PICASSO!
Andrew the artist
The Bolton Extended Learning Program entered this fine gentleman into the annual town Scarecrow Contest!
 Ms. Linda and a few members of the Gardening Club.
Gardening Club
Keith Munslow recording with students
"Lunch Time" song.
 Keith Munslow, children's song writer,
cartoonist and storyteller sharing his
BellyWog drawing with students
 after his presentation.
Keith Munslow
Harry Potter Club is filled with magic.
Chess Wizard's Program combines
strategy and fun.
Chess Wizards

Students in grades K - 8 brought their bikes to the Emerson Gym for a fall tune up and basic bicycle safety. Community cyclists hosted this amazing one hour opportunity for students to learn bike safety and maintenance tips from the experts. The class was open to all interested Extended Learning Program, Florence Sawyer and Emerson School students.