Programs Enrichment Program
Fall 2018 After School Enrichment Programs
All Classes Will Start by Oct. 11
The PTA is happy to offer these classes to enhance your child’s learning outside of the traditional classroom. Registration is now OPEN.
All Registrations are online — you can register from any computer, tablet or cell phone. To register click on the links below. Payment is by credit card only. If you do not have online access and/or a credit card, or would like a scholarship please contact Sheela Kathuria at 703-946-5241 or at email@example.com for telephone registration.
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- Classes usually fill up quickly; registration is on a first come, first served basis. All students who participate are expected to have good behavior and to follow usual classroom rules.
- No classes on school holidays or early dismissal days.
- IMPORTANT: Parents MUST wait outside the Kiss and Ride door #6 to pick up their children when class is dismissed. Bus service will not be offered for this program. For their safety, all children will need to be signed out after class by a sibling over 13 or an adult unless they are enrolled in SACC. No one will be permitted to walk home alone. Parents are responsible for picking up their child/children on time. Enrichment class teachers are from outside businesses and are not able to stay past class dismissal time. More than two late pickups of 5-10 minutes, or more than one late pickup of greater than 10 minutes, will result in termination from the class with no refund.
- Some needs-based scholarships are available for each class for children eligible for free or reduced lunch. To apply email Sheela at firstname.lastname@example.org with child name, parent name, parent email, student grade, teacher, first class choice and second class choice. Only one scholarship per family is granted and allotments will be made after minimum enrollment numbers are reached.
Chess Club for Grades K-6 meets every Tuesday that school is in session starting 10/2 - 12/18 for 11 weeks, $160. Each weekly session is a mix of learning and play. Playing chess is a great way to develop a child’s critical thinking skills, sportsmanship and patience — all while having fun! Offered by Silver Knights Enrichment.
After School Theater for Grades K-2 and 3-6 meets every Tuesday that school is in session starting 9/25 - 11/20 for 8 weeks, $88. The program will consist of theater games and skits to help students begin to explore the world of creative expression through use of their voice and their movements. The goal is to enrich student’s lives, nurture young performers and build audiences of tomorrow. Students will gain confidence and improve communication skills while exploring their imaginations in a safe and nurturing environment. Offered by Not Just Dance.
Motorized Mechanisms and Robotics using Lego for Grades K-2 meets every Wednesday that school is in session starting 9/26-11/14 for 8 weeks, $130. Build and code robots to play soccer and take part in a soccer tournament! Build and have fun testing a water sprinkler! Develop problem solving, team work, critical thinking and basic programming skills. Students explore machines, robots and mechanisms by investigating gearing mechanisms and build motorized machines and robots. They also work on projects using various sensors and motor. Some motorized machines use computer to control Lego® model behavior using various drag and drop programming functions. Offered by Little Einstein Explorers.
Introduction to Computer Science and Coding CANCELLED
Robotics for Grades 3-6 meets every Wednesday that school is in session starting 9/26-11/14 for 8 weeks, $140. STEM exCEL Robotics is designed for students looking to get started with robotics, and who are possibly interested in learning competitive robotics. In this course, students learn how to design, build, and program Lego Mindstorms EV3 robots by constructing and programming a robot. By applying engineering concepts as well as advanced sensor programming skills, students will perfect their design and programming to solve a variety of challenges. These engineering, design and programming concepts serve as a great stepping stone for students that have an interest in competing in robotics competitions such as First Lego League (FLL). Offered by STEM exCEL.
Hip Hop/Zumba Fusion for Grades K-5 meets every Wednesday that school is in session starting 9/26-11/14 for 8 weeks, $84. Zumba & Hip Hop Fusion takes two of our most popular classes and combines them for the ultimate dance fitness party! This class is a high-energy workout for both boys and girls in grades K-5. It is specifically designed for children, using child friendly songs, games and choreography. It creates an environment of excitement around being healthy and active! Dance instructors are certified Zumba Kids instructors through Zumba International and experienced in Hip Hop. Offered by Kids in Motion.
Go Long Flag Football for Grades 3-6 meets every Wednesday CANCELLED
Go Long Flag Football for Grades K-2 meets every Thursday that school is in session starting 10/11-11/29 for 8 weeks, $90. Huddle up and get ready for Flag Football to become an instant classic. Kids are lining up to score touchdowns and get a taste of the most popular game in the country! Players will get a chance to be running backs, wide receivers, defensive ends, and corner backs. Learn to pass, catch, run routes and punt like the pros! We’ll practice these skills while playing Button Hook, Down & Out, Pitch & Run and First & Ten. Scrimmages and Red Zone Challenges will test your skills, promote teamwork and encourage sportsmanship. ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FLAG FOOTBALL!? Sign up today and score a touchdown with OTA! Offered by Overtime Athletics. Download Overtime Athletics Flyer
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Drawing for Grades K-2 & 3-6 meets every Thursday that school is in session starting 9/27-11/15 for 8 weeks, $120. Young Rembrandts teaches fun drawing lessons to strengthen artistic abilities and to develop students’ independent thinking skills. In each week’s new drawing lesson, we use a step-by-step methodology that ensures each student creative success. As we learn and develop technical drawing skills, we discover that all complex objects can be broken down into familiar shapes; then use problem-solving skills, innovation, and imagination to put them together into confidence-boosting masterpieces. Offered by Young Rembrandts.