Safe Places Roslyn After School Program

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With over 40 years of experience.

About Us


About Us
Founded in 1979, Concerned Citizens for Roslyn Youth, Inc. provides after school academic support, summer recreation, youth employment, referrals and advocacy services for financial, housing and legal counseling.
Approximately 20 years ago Concerned Citizens for Roslyn Youth, Inc. relocated to the Hector Gayle Roslyn Community Center, named after the then Executive Director of the Nassau County TNH Urban Renewal Project,  now owned and operated by the Town of North Hempstead.  The community center was designed as the result of a feasibility study conducted by Parish, Pine and Weinter on behalf of the Urban Renewal Project and with a tremendous amount of input from CCRY, Inc. It was forged out of a community vision.
For 40 years, CCRY, Inc. has provided comprehensive programs for the benefit of, but not limited to, the youth and families of the Roslyn Union Free School District.  
Our organization is supported by:
Roslyn School’s Community Service Students and Honor Society
The Town of Oyster Bay Workforce Partnership Youth Employment and Training
Nassau County Health and Human Services Office of Youth Services
Member Item Senator Elaine Phillips, 7th District of the New York Senate
Roslyn Public School District Clubs
ISLAND HARVEST
Roslyn Public Schools Coordinating Council of Parent Associations (CCPA)
UJA-Federation of NY - SUPPLIES FOR SUCCESS
Private Donors

Our Services


SAFE PLACES ROSLYN AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Serving families by providing a safe place after school for their children to receive homework support and enrichment activities developing social emotional learning skills.

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YOUTH EMPLOYMENT

Provides summer youth employment and training for six-6 weeks during the summer for in-school youth ages 14 - 21 who are eligible to apply with the Town of Oyster Bay DOL SYEPT program. Limited youth employment slots during the school year.

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SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM

Fun filled, exciting 6-week summer program providing free breakfast and lunch provided by ISLAND HARVEST, field trips to Cantiaque Pool, United SKates, Adventureland, Bowling and on site physical fitness provided by JUMP BUNCH.

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VOLUNTEER TEACHERS NEEDED!

Our goal is to provide 100% support for homework and enrichment through VOLUNTEER Recruitment.

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Safe Place to Learn and Have Fund

Academic Support After School

Serving Roslyn Public School DIstrict Students K - 8th Grades

Incorporating Founder


Janice Miles

C.E.O

Incorporating Founder / Executive Director

Contact Us


  • SITE: 53 Orchard Street, Roslyn Heights, New York, United States
  • MAIL: PO Box 124, Roslyn Heights, NY 11577-0124

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Board of Trustees


The board acts as trustee of the organization's assets and ensures that the nonprofit is well managed and remains fiscally sound. In doing so, the board must exercise proper oversight of the organization's operations and maintain the legal and ethical accountability of its staff and volunteers.

The main legal responsibilities of a nonprofit board are:

Duty of care: Board members are expected to actively participate in organizational planning and decision-making and to make sound and informed judgments.

Duty of loyalty: When acting on behalf of the organization, board members must put the interests of the nonprofit before any personal or professional concerns and avoid potential conflicts of interest.

Duty of obedience: Board members must ensure that the organization complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, and that it remains committed to its established mission.

In addition to its legal responsibilities, the board acts in a fiduciary role by maintaining oversight of the nonprofit's finances. Board members must evaluate financial policies, approve annual budgets, and review periodic financial reports to ensure that the organization has the necessary resources to carry out its mission and remains accountable to its donors and the general public. The board must also ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.

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Shannon Cisco, Board Chair


It Takes A Village

Chris Ivey, Videographer

2012

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