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Early Birds Computer Skills

Old Greenwich School PTA
Early Birds Computer Skills

The Old Greenwich PTA is pleased to offer the Early Birds Computer Skills to all students of Old Greenwich School in Grades K - 5. This program provides a safe, fun environment for children prior to the start of the school day with a variety of computer activities. Children meet in the Media Center and are supervised by Old Greenwich School faculty and staff. Payments will be made electronically on Membership Toolkit. Please contact


❖ Meet Monday through Friday in the Media Center from 7:30 am to 8:30 am beginning on the second day of school and continues on all days that school is in session. There is no program with a delayed school start.

❖ Children will enter the school through the main entrance of the building. Students will be admitted by the front office after using the intercom to identify themselves as members of the "Early Bird Computer Skills" program.

❖ Participation in the program may either be through registration for the entire session for 1 to 5 days per week, or on a drop-in basis.

❖ The instructors supervising the program do so on a rotational basis, and they are all teachers or staff at OGS. Each one brings a slightly different skill set to the table for the benefit of the children’s learning experience.

❖ Please submit the Waiver, Registration Form, and pay the registration and/or session fees before attending the program.

❖ Waiver and Registration Forms can be found on the PTA Membership Toolkit.



Please note that the school nurse is not on duty during the hours Early Bird Computer Skills operates. It is the responsibility of the monitor supervising the Early Bird Computer Skills program to handle any medical emergency. A first aid kit is available for use by the supervisor. Please note it is your responsibility to convey any special medical information (severe food allergies, asthma, etc) about your child to the program monitors as this information is considered confidential and therefore cannot be passed on by the school. A line is provided on the registration form for this information, and the information is kept confidential by the monitors. If your child is sick, they should not be sent to the program. You should follow the same guidelines for keeping your child at home as outlined in the school handbook.