The Extended Day Enrichment Program (EDEP) offers learning opportunities in an after-school workshop setting for students in grades 4-12. An after-school snack program is available to all students enrolled in EDEP, and late bus transportation is an option for students in grades 4-12.

If you are interested in signing up for an Extended Day Enrichment Program - please clickHERE to fill out the enrollment form.

You can also pick up a hard copy from the High School student support office from Miss Schrantz.

For more information please contact Lindsay Schrantz, Coordinator for the Extended Day Enrichment Program at LSchrantz@salamancany.org 716-945-2404 ext. 6016. Thank you!

Available Activities:






Afterschool Seneca Makerspace 

Fun afterschool activities in the makerspace including 3D printing, robotics, coding, circuits and more. Limit of 15 students per day. The same activity will be run for 5 weeks and students can sign up with Mr. Schnaufer once during the 5 week slot. If more space is needed more weeks will be added to accommodate students.  

Seneca School 

Mondays (Grades 4 and 5), Wednesdays (Grades 6 and 7)       Located in room 106 

Timothy Schnaufer II 

Artsy Garden Club 

Create artistic designs and projects related to nature and the garden. 

Seneca School 

Mondays                   2:45 pm- 4:00 pm, Seneca Art Room #225 

Matthew Bucholz and Amy Whitman 


Provide multiple techniques in beadwork for students and adults to make their own jewelry and Indigenous regalia pieces. 

High School  

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursdays 2:45pm-4:45pm Located in the STEAM/Maker Space 

Kari Kennedy 

Chemistry Review/ Midterm & Regents Review 

Review 12/6, 12/8, 12/16, 12/20- Then after break review on Tues/ Thurs leading up to Midterm week 1/23/23  

High School  

Tuesdays and Thursdays, avail 2:45pm- 4:45 pm if students are here, Room 65 HS 

Nicholas DArienzo 

Crafting Workshop 

Create fun crafting activities where students are able to use their senses, skills and put their creativity to work.  

Seneca School 

Monday and Wednesdays, 2:45pm - 4:45 pm, classroom TBD 

Roseangeli Ruiz and Janelle Quattrone 

Diamond Paintings (Limited space avail) 

Canvass painting with the color dots for each diamond. They will be given tools to pick up the diamonds and place on the glued canvass. 

Seneca School 

Wednesdays, 2:45pm-4:45pm, Seneca Library 

Michelle Osman & Marra Stokes 

Earth Science Regents Review 


High School  

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:45 pm- 4:00 pm, Room 68 HS 

Judy Norkus 

ELA Regents Review 


High School  

Mondays and Tuesdays 3:00pm-4:00pm  

Jennifer Hoffman 

Fitness and you... 

Using the fitness room/ learning the proper ways to use the equipment. Discuss good nutrition, healthy habits and taking care of yourself mentally and physically. 

High School  

Thursdays,                   2:45 pm-4:45 pm, Fitness room 

Jennifer Hawkins 

Living Environment/Earth Science Regents Review 


High School  

As needed- sign up ahead with teacher 

Lynette Crowell 

Power Hour 

After tutoring, academic support etc.
Grade 4- Tuesday/Thursday
Grade 5-Monday/Wednesday
Grade 6-Wednesay/Thursday
Grade 7-Monday Thursday        

Seneca School 

Monday - Thursdays (Grade specified) 2:45 pm-4:00 pm         Rooms TBD 

Reach out to Nicole Beaver with questions. The following teachers will be scheduled: Brandy Kinney, Jenn Tyra, Danielle Pascarella, Patty Blakesslee, Kyla Shriver, Matt Bucholz, Wendy Lord, Alicia Jankowski, Gina Matteson, Holly Urbanski, Bridgett P. Moore, Alicia Ralph 

Puzzles Plus+ 

Puzzle time! You can come to socialize, relax and put a puzzle together as small groups. Or... you can come do a puzzle on your own. Meet new people and have fun! Puzzles can be relaxing and therapeutic. 

High School  

Wednesdays and Thursdays, 2:45pm-4:45pm, Room 47 

Michala Redeye 

Reflection Time 

Will help students decompress from the stress of the day. Working on reflections, values, self- esteem. 

Seneca School 

Tuesdays and Thursday's 2:45 pm- 4:00 pm, Classroom TBD 

Roseangeli Ruiz 

Regents Review- Biology 

Review 12/6, 12/8, 12/16, 12/20- Then after break review on Tues/ Thurs leading up to Midterm week 1/23/23  

High School  

Mon-Thurs, 2:45 pm- 4:00 pm, room 67 

David Rothrock 

Regents Review- Earth Science 


High School  

Mon-Thurs, 2:45 pm- 4:00 pm, room 67 

David Rothrock 

Rez Tales Story Telling Contest 

Do you have a story about growing up on a Native American Territory? This workshop will help you develop your story into a TV series script. (-think 'Rez Dogs"). This workshop is also a contest with Cash Prizes! Rez Tales is open to High School students. 

High School  

Tuesday's and Thursday's,         2:45pm- 4:00 pm, Room TBD             *Tuesday January 10th- Thursday March 2nd 

Melissa Metzler 

SHS Book Club 

Each month there will be a discussion about the new motif. To join, you will read a book for that month's motif. The book you read for book club can be fiction, non-fiction, graphic novel, manga, e-book, or audiobook. Each book should be at an appropriate reading level for you. 

High School  

December 22nd (Thursday) discussing motif of: Delightful Differences              January 26th (Thursday) discussing motif of: Beauty in the New Year                     March 2nd -For February (Thursday) discussing motif of: Struggle                      March 30th (Thursday) discussing motif of: Out of This World
April 27th (Thursday) discussing motif of:Not Prose (books in verse)  May 25th (Thursday) discussing motif of: Humor Helps                     Thursdays 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in Library 

Polly Hanson 

Art Club 


High School  

Thursdays, until 4pm 

Danielle Eaton