PEAKE After School Program

PEAKE After School Program

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PEAKE Executive Summary

The file linked below contains the 2019-2020 HS PEAKE 3B Executive Summary

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OUSC Career

Ohio University Southern Campus Visits CHS PEAKE Program

On December 10th, students met in the high school library and participated in a workshop focusing on career exploration. A representative from Ohio University Southern Campus gave a presentation on the tools and resources OUSC provides to students who attend their school.  More +
Gratitude

PEAKE Students Focus on Gratitude

On November 14th, students met in the high school library and participated in a workshop focusing on gratitude. Students selected paper with random questions pertaining to ideas of gratitude. They were then given the opportunity to express what they were thankful for based on the papers’ topics. Following their verbal expression of gratefulness, they were given cards to write letters of thanks to supporters of the CHS PEAKE After School Program.  

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Haunted Majestic

CHS PEAKE Goes to Haunted Majestic and Bahnhof

Peake students had a great night going to our area’s German restaurant, Bahnhof and then to the Haunted Majestic, a haunted, historic barge in Huntington, WV on Thursday, October 17, 2019. More +
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Pumpkin Carving Parent Night for PEAKE Afterschool Program

 The Chesapeake High School PEAKE Afterschool Program hosted a Pumpkin Carving and Sculpting Thursday, October 24th from 3 to 7PM.  All pumpkins were featured at the Kenova Pumpkin House. We were in competition with other schools to have the best and most entries. Chesapeake won first place!  More +
PEAKE Students Walking

CHS PEAKE Afterschool Program Incorporates 15 Minutes of Exercise Into Their Program

CHS’s After School Program believes in the research of healthy, active kids make better students. In the article, “15 Minutes of Walking on A Daily Basis Can Change Your Body Drastically” published by Higher Perspective research shows that “Exercise buys you three to seven additional years of life. It is an antidepressant, it improves cognitive function, and there is now evidence that it may retard the onset of dementia.” Other areas 15 minutes of exercise each day helps improve is to lower the risk of diabetes, lowers the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, reduces high blood pressure, help digestion, reduces pain and enhances mobility, enhances bone health, improves cognitive performance, leads to longevity, and improves mood. 

With the average age of depression being 15 and suicide being the second leading cause of death in teens (ChildTrends, 2019), Peake After School is taking an active movement against depression, social anxiety, mood disorders, and suicidal ideations. By getting teens together, moving, enjoying sunshine, and participating in healthy activities that they choose, students respond to one another in a more positive way and have a more positive approach to tutoring and homework time.

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Reading and Math

PEAKE Tutoring Program

During PEAKE homework time at CHS, students are divided into small groups based on their educational weaknesses. Tutors provide one-on-one support to the students while creating a rapport with them. These small groups allow them to unwind and develop skills that foster success.  PEAKE encourages students to maintain or raise their grades in school.  The PEAKE after-school program believes in the educational success of students so much that we have a trained Orton Gillingham teacher for tutoring in Reading and MyMathLab to work on Math skills. These programs are incorporated into the tutoring sessions as whole group or individual learning.  To reward students for their dilligent work ethic, rewards such as field trips, dinners, and prizes are given often. Many of these prizes provide cultural experiences not often seen in our area. 
 
One-on-one tutoring is available from 2:55-5:00pm during all PEAKE sessions.  
 
If you're interested in your child attending the PEAKE After-School Program, contact Mrs. Robin Kimball at [email protected] or call her at (740) 867-5958 ext 7113. 
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Career Pathways

ODE Career Connections

Help your child explore career options through
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PEAKE Afterschool Introduction Letter

Chesapeake Union Exempted Village Schools

After-School Program

Dear Parents,


It is our pleasure to inform you that Chesapeake High School, in collaboration with the Gallia-Vinton Educational Service Center, will begin the 21st Century Grant to provide a FREE after school tutoring and activity program! Attached you will find an application to our HS  PEAKE After-School Program. We have been lucky enough to have an after school program with much success. Please send this application back as soon as possible.

 

The program will begin MONDAY, October 7, 2019 and will be available Monday-Thursday after school until 5:00 p.m.

 

High School Daily Schedule 

Morning Tutoring/Computer Lab     7:00-8:00

Snack                                                            2:50-3:10

Physical Activity                                      3:10-3:25

Intervention/Homework                     3:25-4:00

Activity                                                         4:00-5:00

Buses                                                             5:00 


 Activities include art, engineering, robotics, technology class, community service, gaming, weghtligting, and more.

The program is over at 5:00pm.

 

Buses are provided. Please note, students who turn in applications before Setpember 27th can ride the bus the day

the program starts; however, if an application is turned in after September 27th, your student must wait five days

before riding the bus home. There are fewer bus drivers for after school therefore it will take time for routes to

be determined.

 

This year we are planning several college visits along with some great field trips. We will send all of the information

with your student. We offer Credit Recovery for those students who have fallen behind. We will also be offering

three sessions of Driver's Education through AAA. The dates will be announced at school. There will be eighteen 

spots available on a first come, first serve basis. After school students will have priority. There is a discount for our

after school students who have stayed for thirty (30) days or more, EXCEPT FOR THE FIRST SESSION. The first

session will be regular price. If you have any questions regarding Driver's Ed, please call the AAA office at 

(740) 532-3242.

 

The main goal of our program is to help your child in the academic and social efforts. We want your students

to be successful. Please contact us if your student needs tutoring in Math, Reading, English, Social Studies,

Science, etc. Get help early before your student falls behind and has a hard time catching up. Contact Robin

Kimball at (740) 867-5958 ext 7113 with any specific needs or requests.

 

This is going to be a great year!

 

                   Sincerely,

                                                       Chesapeake High School PEAKE Program Team


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PEAKE Afterschool Parent Handbook

The P.E.A.K.E. Community Learning Centers were developed through collaboration between Gallia-Vinton Educational Service Center, Chesapeake Union Exempted Village Schools , and community partners to serve K-12 students and their families. More +
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