What do CPC school-age participants do on the weekends? Play chess, of course! On November 23rd, eighteen CPC kids participated in NYC Department of Youth and Community Development's (DYCD’s) 6th Annual Chess Masters Tournament
Thanks to ROC NATION, the students of CPC Queens School-Age Child Care Center (SACCC) at PS 20 were able to meet NY Mets players J.D. Davis and Dominic Smith, as well as Chinese Olympic boxers, Zhilei Zhang and Fanlong Meng.
Two CPC-Trinity Youth Arts Network concerts at St. Paul’s Chapel and Oversea Chinese Mission Church on June 17th and June 18th 2019 featured performances by children and youth from CPC’s afterschool programs.
The interactive workshops included engaging videos, sugary drink ranking and matching games in which participants had to guess how many grams of sugar are in different drinks, and even a Kahoot! quiz game.
Saturday, May 4th was a very exciting day for seven children from CPC Chrystie Street School-Age Child Care Center. Surely, the force was with them as they competed in the 22nd Annual Cullman Rookie Chess Tournament and won the first place team trophy!
In December, students from our Homecrest SACCC at P.S. 153 after-school program entered into Department of Youth and Community Development's Recipe Rescue culinary competition. Students were challenged to create a healthier version of their choice of an original family recipe.
CPC is excited to announce the expansion of the CPC Youth Arts Network with the continued support of the Trinity Church Wall Street Grants Program. CPC began the CPC Youth Arts Network during the 2014-2015 school year through a grant from the Trinity Church Wall Street Grants Program.
On May 22, 2017, CPC's young authors at the CPC Queens School-Age Child Care Center celebrated the launch of their book titled Satellite Baby. A “satellite baby” is a child who is born in the US but is sent for kinship care abroad and then returns to the US to be r
On Saturday, January 28, 2017, Stacey Kourbanov (4th grade) and Shahrom Sayfullobekov (5th grade) represented CPC's Homecrest COMPASS @ PS153 at the 3rd Annual DYCD Chess Masters Tournament. Shahrom and Stacey joined over three hundred students from DYCD programs for the tournament.
In honor of the season for giving, NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD) hosted a “Young Poet’s Society” competition. The competition invited youth who are enrolled in a DYCD funded program to submit a poem around the theme of “family”.
CPC School-Aged Child Care program Director Lois Lee, and former Queens School-Aged Child Care Center student and now high school volunteer, Vicky Pan, told WNYC the story and challenge of living in one country with relatives during the first years of their lives while th
On May 26, 2016, CPC Queens School-Age Child Care Center program director Lois Lee was honored for Professional Excellence at the NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD) Comprehensive After School System of New York City (COMPASS) C
On June 30, 2015, CPC and Assemblymember Ron Kim hosted a "Carnival For All Children" with over 1,000 children and parents in attendance and staffed by over 100 CPC volunteers, many of them high school youth.
Thanks to the Trinity Foundation, 160 children from CPC's Trinity Music Program at PS130 and Chrystie Street and their parents were able to enjoy a live musical theater performance of "The Trials of Alice in Wonderland" at the TADA! Youth Theater.
July 9, 2014 was the start of our very first Cookshop over at CPC@P.S.153 Summer Program! We'd like to offer our heartfelt thanks to the "Food Banks for New York City" for providing our kids with so many delicious and tasty treats.