What isTower Street School Community Center?
The Tower Street School Community Center is a set of partnerships between Westerly Public Schools and other community services. We bring together many partners to offer a range of opportunities and supports to children, families and our community-before, during and after school, seven days a week. The Center provides comprehensive programs and activities that promote academic growth, physical health, recreation, vocational training, along with social and emotional well-being. The Center is committed to supporting and serving our community by embracing the unique abilities, needs, interests and varied cultural and linguistic backgrounds of all Westerly residents.
Who takes TSSCC classes?
The participants of TSSCC classes include employees of business, industry and non-profit organizations, professionals and anyone in the community wishing self improvement or leisure time enjoyment and learning. Learning starts from birth and continues through all ages at Tower Street School Community Center.
Classes are held at the Tower Street Community Center, 93 Tower Street, and also throughout the community
How long are the classes?
Each class is designed to use time wisely and varies in length according to topic.
What are the fees for the classes?
The fees for TSSCC classes vary according to number of class hours, facilitator costs and materials. Every effort is made to keep fees affordable.
How are classes promoted?
TSSCC has a variety of methods to ensure you know about upcoming classes. Classes are listed on www.93tower.org, we also utilize local newspapers, Facebook, Digital Backpack for parents and flyers. Flyers can be created and sent to a specific audience. We encourage instructor input and participation with advertisement.
How do Learners register for class?
Learners have a variety of options available to register for our classes:
-On-Line Registration at www.93tower.org
-Phone by calling 401.348.2715
-Walk-in to the TSSCC office at 93 Tower Street,