Teen Scene is available at all Middle Schools in the Glendale School District.
The Teen Scene program focuses on developing students' youth voice through projects and peer interaction, We provide students with the opportunity to explore career skills in technology, design, film making, cooking, engineering, criminal justice, and entrepreneurship. Students have time to work on homework, explore interests, and participate in physical development activities. Tech Time is an opportunity for students to use their cell phones or electronic devices to call home, play a game or listen to music and is limited to 15 minutes per day.
The program runs from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. on school days only. A Self-Supporting Summer Camp is offered at Toll and Rosemont Middle Schools for students in 6th through 8th grade.
At Wilson, Toll, and Roosevelt the program is funded through the Afterschool Education and Safety (ASES) grant. Priority enrollment is given to students who attend 5 days a week until 6:00 p.m. Second priority is given to students who will attend 3 days until 6:00 p.m. Students failing to meet the minimum attendance requirements will be dropped from the program. Please refer to the ASES page for more information. Spaces are limited.
Rosemont's program is a full-fee RAP program. Please refer to the RAP page for more information.
Middle school students are expected to be responsible for their conduct and whereabouts during the program hours. Students must report to the designated program area within 10 minutes of the dismissal bell. Students who fail to report will be counted as absent. Students are encouraged to take part in school-based sports and clubs; students must have parents sign an Excused Activity Permission slip prior to being able to participate.