Parents! Are you looking for meaningful before and after-school care and enrichment for your child and peace of mind for yourself?

Right At School is here for parents who are looking for a safe and comfortable place for their child every day after school (3:30-6:00pm), as well as parents who want to extend their child’s day with enrichment, fitness and fun. Led by nurturing educators, your child will become part of an after-school community that truly feels like family. Please visit to learn more!

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Music House offers after school programming at Drummond during the 2015-2016 school year. Classes are offered on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and include: Pre-Twinkle, Violin and Rock’s Cool.
  • Please contact Ashley Trumbo for additional information.
  • Phone: 773-761-3770 
  • e-mail:
Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Violin:
  • Classes designed for grades K-8. Our teaching method is based on the methods of Suzuki and our own methods using rewards, positive reinforcement, and recordings that inspire and train the impressionable ears of your child.
  • Participants: Grades K – 8
  • Days:Tuesdays and Thursdays Time: 3:30-4:30
  • A class designed for grades 4-8. Learn to sing, play Guitar, drums or keyboard to form a school rock band! Perform and jam to a Classic and Modern Rock Repertoire.
  • Participants: Grades 4 – 8
  • Days:Tuesdays and Thursdays Time: 3:30-4:30
  • A class designed for pre-school aged children. Early Childhood Music Education prepares young minds in all disciplines including violin, piano, guitar, singing, or wherever they may choose to take their newfound talent! Kids will sing songs,move to the beat, use rhythm instruments, and start playing the violin with a macaroni box! After graduating from a box violin, children will receive a rental violin.
  • Participants: Early Childhood
  • Days:Tuesdays Time: 3:30-4:30

The Cross Age Mentoring program (CAM) is a free after school program that pairs E1 students with a student mentor from E2 or MS. Students and Mentors play games and participate in team building to foster the student/mentor relationship and the group as a whole. This long standing program is run by parent volunteers. CAM is held in the library on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 4:30. Mentors apply for positions at the beginning of each school year. EL1 students are extended invitations to participate through their classroom teachers.