Expanded Learning Opportunities – Middle School

Prime Time strives to provide youth with a wide range of hands-on learning experiences. In partnership with local content expert organizations, Prime Time makes available expanded learning opportunities (ELOs) to eligible afterschool and summer programs.

The ELOs listed below are offered to out-of-school time programs serving middle school-age youth.





Exploring Technology

Program offering focuses on computer programming, coding, robotics, media production, etc., that provides children and youth vital exploration and discovery skills to apply in a variety of ways, equipping them for the future.

Green Mouse Academy - HADO, AR Dodgeball

HADO is the first-ever physical e-sport in the world using Augmented Reality (AR) technology. HADO players wear wireless head-mounted displays and wrist motion sensors, using only gestures to unleash super-powered energy balls on their opponents. Opponents must dodge these energy balls and wield shields to protect their four life petals. It is a 3v3 battle for 80 seconds. HADO is highly inclusive and physically active, differentiating it from other esports programs.

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Green Mouse Academy

Lacey McClure, Acting Program Director

901 Northpoint Pkwy, #100, West Palm Beach, FL 33407


(561) 630-6549



Discovering Arts and Culture

Program offering gives children and youth the opportunity to discover arts and culture: dance, music, theater, visual arts, spoken word poetry, digital arts, writing, etc., opening up possibilities of future interest or career pathways, with hopes to enrich their lives into adulthood.

Youth Speak Out International - Today’s Technology and Communication

Youth Speak Out International’s Today’s Technology and Communication program aims to help children and youth become culturally competent and media literate, as they become better communicators.  Through group discussions, research and collaboration with peers and adults, the participants tackle social problems that are stemming from the overuse of on-screen technology and a lack of face-to-face communication.  They write scripts, illustrate storyboards, practice the art of nonverbal communication, operate iPads, and other needed production equipment to complete a one-minute public service announcement. The entire media production process is youth-driven and culminates in a community forum that will showcase the completed projects to family, friends and community leaders.


Each group of children and youth meet for one hour per week for eight consecutive weeks for a total of eight sessions.


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Youth Speak Out International

William King, Executive Director

4300 S. US HWY 1, Ste 203-16, Jupiter, FL 33477


(561) 632-6303


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Luisa Vincent

Community Partnerships Manager