Online registration for the 2018 Fall Session of Afterschool will open on June 4th at 12 PM. Online registration will re-open for a few days in September as well, from 9/5/18 through 9/7/18. 
Afterschool Class Descriptions and other information has been updated for the Fall Session.  Please note, there may be additional updates before the Fall Session begins in September.

Monday

List of 11 items.

  • Reds Core: Art & Crafts

    2:45PM — 6:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten

    $453.00  [9/17-12/17, 12 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    2:45-3:30: Light snack and social/playtime on the roof (cafeteria alternate space)
    3:30-4:30: Children will do an arts and crafts project in the Lower School Art Room
    4:30-5:55: LS Classroom: Full snack and choice time
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Oranges Core: Visual Art

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    First and Second Grades

    $453.00  [9/17-12/17, 12 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:45: Snack and homework time in 1st/2nd grade classrooms
    3:45-4:30: Social/Play time on the roof or at Minetta Street Playground
    4:30-5:55: Children will do an art based project in the Lower School Art Room.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Blues Core: Visual Art

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    Third Grade through Middle School

    $453.00  [9/17-12/17, 12 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, staffed by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Blues are dismissed by grade level teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the program. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:30 (MS students arrive at 3:15): Snack and board games/social time in the cafeteria.
    3:30-4:15: Social/physical play time at Houston Ballfield (cafeteria alternate space)
    4:15-5:15: Homework time in MS classrooms
    5:15-5:55: Students will workk on an art based project in the Middle School Art Room.
    5:55-6:00: Wrap up the day and dismissal


  • Ballet

    3:00PM - 3:45PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    Caitlin Marz

    $513 [9/17-12/10, 11 classes]
    Have you ever dreamt of gliding across the floor like a ballet dancer - floating, spinning, and leaping with joy? In this intro to ballet class we will learn and practice basic ballet positions and movements, and dance with friends in a fun and inspiring atmosphere.  We will warm up together, work on locomotion across the floor, and use creative dance games and stories to bring classical ballets to life in our own way.  Please wear comfortable clothes for movement.  
  • Gymnastics 2

    3:45PM — 4:45PM
    Third and Fourth Grade
    Caitlin Marz

    $513 [9/17-12/10, 11 classes]
    This action-packed gymnastics class will keep students moving! Whether new to gymnastics, or a returning student, this class will focus on building and improving the strength, flexibility, and balance fundamentals in gymnastics.  Every class will include a warm up, strength building games and stations, and an introduction to a new skill.  We will also work together to create floor routines, using our repertory of skills (such as forward and backward rolls, bridges, cartwheels, and handstands) with our own personal creativity and flair.  Students will also work on the low and high beam, vault, and ropes!
     
  • Gymnastics 1

    4:45PM-5:30PM
    First and Second Grade
    Caitlin Marz

    $513 [9/17-12/10, 11 classes]
    In this introductory gymnastics class, students will learn new and exciting ways to use their bodies in a safe and fun environment. Every class will start with a large motor warm up such as running or dancing, followed by stretching and fundamental gymnastics positions to warm muscles and energize their bodies for class.  A Move-Of-The-Day will be introduced, practiced, and utilized in an obstacle course involving multiple apparatuses and stations. This will allow each student to work at their own pace to build strength and flexibility. The semester will build up to doing handstands, dive rolls, and much more!  This class is all about trying new things, building confidence, and having fun! 
  • Maps, Mazes, and Scavenger Hunts

    3:30PM-4:30PM
    First and Second Grade 
    Stacy Dillon

    $521 [9/17 - 12/10, 11 classes]
    Do you like mysteries, solving puzzles, adventures, and making cool things? In this class we will go on scavenger hunts, create and move through mazes, read stories, and make secret treasures to place around the building.
  • Photoshop

    4:30PM - 5:30PM
    Third Grade and Fourth Grade
    Carin Cohen

    $521 [9/17 - 12/10, 11 classes]
    Join us as we explore the world of Digital Art! Create unique digital compositions as we combine digital photography and Photoshop software. You will learn aspects of Photoshop such as editing photos, working with filters, layers, and text
  • Karate 5

    3:45PM — 4:45PM
    *with instructor permission
    Vincent Barile

    $597  [9/17-12/10, 11 classes]


    This is the most advanced karate class. Students must have three years of experience and the permission of the instructor to enroll. Students who were in Karate 5 last year should remain in this class.
  • Karate 3/4

    4:45PM — 5:45PM
    Second Grade and Up*
    Vincent Barile

    $597  [9/17-12/10, 11 classes]
    This is an intermediate level class. Students must have completed at least one year of karate classes and have the permission of the instructor to enroll. Students who were in Karate 3 in the fall session will remain in Karate 3 for the upcoming session. 

    *with instructor permission
  • Instrumental Lessons

    Piano (Chris Bradshaw, Helen Boynton)
    Drums (Arthur Vint)
    Guitar (Eve Silber)

    $731  [9/17-12/10, 11 classes]
    All instrumental lessons involve 30 minutes of private instruction. Families sign up for a teacher and a day of the week. The time of the lesson will be determined by the Afterschool office and will be mostly based on the age of the child (younger children in earlier slots). Families will be contacted with their lesson time(s) during Registration Week. If we can not find a time slot that works for you, a refund will be issued immediately. 


Tuesday

List of 11 items.

  • Reds Core: Science & Engineering

    2:45PM — 6:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten

    $566.25  [9/11-12/18, 15 classes] 
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    2:45-3:30: Light snack and social/playtime on the roof (cafeteria alternate space)
    3:30-4:30: LS Classroom for full snack and choice time
    4:30-5:55: Science and Engineering: Children will do a science and/or engineering based project in a LS classroom/on the roof. This may include roof-top gardening (weather permitting).
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Oranges Core: Park Day

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    First and Second Grades

    $566.25  [9/11-12/18, 15 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:45: Snack and homework time in 1st/2nd grade classrooms
    3:45-4:45: Social/Play time on the rooftop playground
    4:45-5:55: Park Day: Children will go to one of the nearby parks/Houston Ballfield for organized games and/or free play.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Blues Core: Park Day

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    Third Grade through Middle School

    $566.25  [9/11-12/18, 15 classes] 


    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, staffed by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Blues are dismissed by grade level teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the program. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:30 (MS students arrive at 3:15): Snack and board games/social time in the cafeteria.
    3:30-4:15: Social/physical play time at Houston Ballfield (cafeteria alternate space)
    4:15-5:15: Homework time in MS classrooms
    5:15-5:55: Park Day: Children will go to one of the nearby parks/Houston Ballfield for organized games and/or free play.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • From Scratch

    3:15PM-4:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten 
    TBA

    $663.5  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes]
    This class is perfect for curious minds eager to figure out how things are made. What do you get when you combine a few simple ingredients, a little time, a few drops of hard work, and a lot of fun? All kinds of fabulous things! From play-dough to puppets and from popsicles to paper-mache, this class will offer students a chance to create all sorts of things...from scratch!
  • Tap 3rd & Up

    3:15PM — 4:15PM
    Third Grade and Up*
    Christina Carminucci

    *with teacher permission

    $637  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes] 



    In this class students will learn about America’s own art form – Tap! Students will learn the artistry and history of tap in a fun, safe and supportive environment. Students will hone and build on their skills in this exciting intermediate level tap class. This class is for students in third grade and up who have taken Tap before.

    *Tap shoes are required after the first two classes. 
  • Tap 1st/2nd

    4:15PM — 5:15PM
    First and Second Grade
    Christina Carminucci

    $637 [9/11-12/11, 14 classes] 
    In this class, student will learn America’s own art form – Tap! Returning Tap students will continue to hone their basic skills, as well as learn new steps, and more complicated combinations. This class is designed for students who have experience with tap, and have taken Tap in Afterschool for at least one full year. Tap shoes are required for this class. *Teacher permission required
  • Karate 1

    3:15PM — 3:45PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    Vincent Barile

    $544  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes] 
    This class introduces the young beginner to the basic movements and ideas of Karate. Come dressed in clothes that you can move in. This class is designed for students who are new to Karate – students who were in Karate 1 in the fall session will remain in Karate 1 for the upcoming session.
  • Karate 2

    3:45PM — 4:45PM
    First and Second Grades
    Vincent Barile

    $760  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes] 
    This class introduces the older beginner/young intermediate to the basic movements and ideas of Karate. Last year’s Karate 1 students should enroll in this class. Students who were in Karate 2 in the fall session will remain in Karate 2 for the upcoming session.
  • Band!

    3:00PM — 4:00PM
    Third and Fourth Grade
    Tara McLaughlin

    $667  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes] 
    Band! is designed to bring musicians together to experience playing music as a group. We will explore basic knowledge of instruments and simple music theory, practice improvisation, create and compose songs, collaborate as a team, work on performance skills and have fun!! Percussion, Voice, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard/Piano will be the instruments used our band. This will be a kid-fueled class. The band will work together to create music that they enjoy, using more popular styles including rock, pop, reggae, hip hop, and whichever other styles they choose. 
     
    *Please note: Band members must be currently taking Instrumental lessons. It is recommended that students have at least one year of instrumental training. 
  • Intermediate Chess

    4:15PM — 5:15PM
    Third and Up*
    Fred Wilson

    *with teacher permission 

    $798  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes] 

    Intermediate level class for children who know how to play. Learn the fundamentals of correct opening, middlegame, and endgame play. Study classic games illustrating successful attacking ideas, good middlegame planning and/or essential endgame technique. Learn how to notate (record) chess games, use a chess clock and play in practice tournaments directed by Mr. Wilson. Also, many of the student's own recorded games will be studied and evaluated during the instructions.
  • Instrumental Lessons

    Piano (Alex Perry, Helen Boynton)
    Guitar/Ukulele (Tara McLaughlin)
    Drums (Arthur Vint)

    $930  [9/11-12/11, 14 classes]
    All instrumental lessons involve 30 minutes of private instruction. Families sign up for a teacher and a day of the week. The time of the lesson will be determined by the Afterschool office and will be mostly based on the age of the child (younger children in earlier slots). Families will be contacted with their lesson time(s) during Registration Week. If we can not find a time slot that works for you, a refund will be issued immediately. 

Wednesday

List of 12 items.

  • Reds Core: Indoor/Outdoor Games

    2:45PM — 6:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten

    $490.75  [9/12-12/19, 13 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    2:45-3:30: Light snack and social/playtime on the roof (cafeteria alternate space)
    3:30-4:30: LS Classroom for full snack and choice time
    4:30-5:55: Indoor/Outdoor Games: Children will play structured games in a classroom and/or on the roof
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Oranges Core: Wacky Games

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    First and Second Grades

    $490.75  [9/12-12/19, 13 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:30: Snack and homework time in 1st/2nd grade classrooms
    3:30-4:15: Wacky Games: Children will play invented games, and traditional games with a twist in the auditorium 
    4:15-5:55: Social/play time on the roof, at Minetta Street Playground and/or choice time in a LS classroom
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Blues Core: Big Project Day

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    Third Grade through Middle School

    $490.75  [9/12-12/19, 13 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, staffed by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Blues are dismissed by grade level teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the program. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:30 (MS students arrive at 3:15): Snack and board games/social time in the cafeteria.
    3:30-4:15: Social/physical play time at Houston Ballfield (cafeteria alternate space)
    4:15-5:15: Homework time in LS/MS classrooms
    5:15-5:55: Big Group Project: Children will design and create a big group project (Carnival, Art Gallery, Arcade, etc) over a period of weeks in a LS/MS classroom/on the roof.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Ball Games

    3:00PM — 3:45PM
    Fours to Kindergarten
    Kenny Barbosa

    $533.50   [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    Throwing, catching, bouncing, passing, hitting, kicking, running, and laughing! Using soccer, kickball, volleyball, baseball, basketball and more as inspiration, we will develop hand-eye coordination and teamwork skills all in an extremely encouraging, positive environment. 
  • Ball Games 2

    3:45PM - 4:30PM
    First and Second Grade
    Kenny Barbosa

    $533.50   [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    Throwing, catching, bouncing, passing, hitting, kicking, running, and laughing! Using soccer, kickball, volleyball, baseball, basketball and more as inspiration, we will develop hand-eye coordination and teamwork skills all in an extremely encouraging, positive environment. 
  • Gaga

    4:30PM — 5:15PM
    Third through Fifth Grade
    Kenny Barbosa

    $533.50  [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    Gaga is a ballgame that is taking over the world, one octagonal pit at a time! Come change the shape of the pit from just eight sides, and play the many variations on this international game, and even help invent new ones! Be part of La Gagalución!
  • Let's Make A Mess

    3:15PM - 4:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    Bessie McDonough-Thayer

    $533.50 [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    Shaving cream, oobleck, water play, baking soda volcanos and more! This sensory class will encourage children to get messy while they create masterpieces and make discoveries through sensory experiences. 
  • D.I.Y.

    4:15PM - 5:15PM
    First and Second Grade
    Bessie McDonough-Thayer

    $533.50  [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    Have you ever made paper? Planted a rooftop garden? Or engineered an actual go cart? Have you ever wanted to? Well this is the class for you! In this Do It Yourself class, we will explore the art...of doing it yourself! 
  • Beginner Chess 1

    3:30PM-4:15PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    David Rigo

    $684  [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]

    This fun class is designed and paced especially for Fours and Kindergartners.  Students will learn the rules of chess quickly by playing a series of interactive mini-games, which gradually introduce more complex elements and ideas. With the fundamentals established, students will play lots of chess and practice a wide range of tactics including all important checkmate patterns. Students will complete this class with a firm grasp of the rules of chess,opening principles and basic endgames. Emphasis will be placed on critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Beginner Chess 2

    4:15PM-5:15PM
    First and Second Grades
    David Rigo

    $684  [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    Students will learn, expand and develop their skills in this class.  While tactical training will be a main focus, we will also explore fundamental endgames and strategic themes and review great games in chess history. Emphasis will be placed on critical thinking and problem solving. We will also play lots of chess!
  • Woodworking

    3:15PM — 4:15PM
    First Grade through Fourth Grade
    Peggy Resnick

    $572.50  [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    In afterschool woodworking, children further their exploration of tools and wood. Using tools they already know, they choose what they want to make.
  • Instrumental Lessons

    Piano (Chris Bradshaw, Lucia Caruso)
    Guitar (David Ullmann)
    Recorder, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone (Mary Cherney)
    Voice and Piano (Ian Bentley)

    $797  [9/12-12/12, 12 classes]
    All instrumental lessons involve 30 minutes of private instruction. Families sign up for a teacher and a day of the week. The time of the lesson will be determined by the Afterschool office and will be mostly based on the age of the child (younger children in earlier slots). Families will be contacted with their lesson time(s) during Registration Week. If we can not find a time slot that works for you, a refund will be issued immediately. 

Thursday

List of 12 items.

  • Reds Core: Big Project Day

    2:45PM — 6:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten

    $528.5 [9/13-12/20, 14 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    2:45-3:30: Light snack and social/playtime on the roof (cafeteria alternate space)
    3:30-4:30: LS Classroom for full snack and choice time
    4:30-5:55: Big Project Day: Children will design and create a big group project (Carnival, Art Gallery, Arcade, etc) over a period of weeks in a LS classroom/on the roof.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
     
  • Oranges Core: Big Project Day

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    First and Second Grade

    $528.5  [9/13-12/20, 14 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, led by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Children are brought by their Lower School teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the afternoon. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:45: Snack and homework time in 1st/2nd grade classrooms
    3:45-4:30: Social/Play time on the roof or at Minetta Street Playground
    4:30-5:55: Big Group Project: Children will design and create a big group project (Carnival, Art Gallery, Arcade, etc) over a period of weeks in a LS classroom/on the roof.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Blues Core: Wacky Games

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    Third Grade through Middle School

    $528.5  [9/13-12/20, 14 classes]
    Core Afterschool is the heart of the Afterschool Program, staffed by a team of experienced and creative faculty. Blues are dismissed by grade level teachers to Afterschool and may be picked up at any point during the program. While the timing of the afternoon is subject to change according to weather and the length of the planned project for the day, a general breakdown of the schedule is as follows:

    3:00-3:30 (MS students arrive at 3:15): Snack and board games/social time in the cafeteria.
    3:30-4:15: Social/physical play time at Houston Ballfield (cafeteria alternate space)
    4:15-5:15: Homework time in MS classrooms
    5:15-5:55: Wacky Games: Children will play invented games, and traditional games with a twist in the PAPAS.
    5:55-6:00: Wrapping up the day and dismissal
  • Movement & Tumbling

    3:15PM — 4:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    Caitlin Marz

    $578  [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    In this introductory gymnastics class, students will explore their bodies' strength, balance and flexibility through a variety of movement activities and gymnastics skills. In a fun and supportive environment, students will get the chance to work on floor, the low balance beam, and vault to increase coordination, focus, and self-confidence. Every class will include warm-up games and stretching, introduction to new skills or techniques, and a circuit that involves multiple apparatuses. Students will work throughout the semester on introductory movements and positions that build towards cartwheels, handstands and rolls.
  • Dance Through the Decades

    4:00PM — 5:00PM
    First and Second Grade
    Caitlin Marz

    $578  [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    Let’s do The Bop, the Mashed Potato, Hustle, Moonwalk, Roger Rabbit and the Cha-Cha-Slide. Let’s hop into a time machine and learn dances from past decades and create dances for the future. We will create our very own individual and group dance moves, and share them with our friends at camp dance parties!
  • Wacky Art

    3:15PM — 4:15PM
    First and Second Grade
    Cody Rae Knue

    $619.50   [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    In this student led art class, we’ll explore artworks made in unusual ways! Drawing inspiration from artists like Claus Oldenberg, Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock, we’ll explore  the weird and embrace bizzare and happy accidents. Projects might include paint rockets and fantastical students-sized sculptures of everyday objects. Time to let out your inner wacky artist! 
     
  • Wearable Art

    4:15PM — 5:15PM
    Third through Fifth Grade
    Cody Rae Knue

    $619.50   [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    Why hang art on the wall when you can wear it! Together we will create iron-on patches by embroidering our own designs, learn to crotchet and dye natural fabrics, and explore using clay and unusual objects to create kinetic wearables!
  • Basketball Basics

    3:15PM — 4:00PM
    First and Second Grade
    Denzel Johnson

    $578  [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    Players will practice the fundamentals of passing, dribbling, shooting, and footwork. We will take time to learn proper technique, develop muscle memory, and work together as a team. And of course, we'll have lots of fun trying out our skills on the court!
  • Basketball

    4:00PM — 4:45PM
    Third through Fifth Grade
    Denzel Johnson

    $578  [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    Join Basketball and improve the skills you have as well as learn new moves you never knew you could do! We will go over the basics of shooting, dribbling and passing, and work on everything from individual one-on-one moves to team spacing in a half court setting. Challenge yourself to get better with each class!
     
  • Ceramics

    3:15PM — 4:15PM
    First Grade through Fourth Grade
    Ann Schaumburger

    $619.50   [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    Students will discover the sculptural qualities of clay by working at their own pace to make animals, vessels, sculptures and other figures from their imagination. Children will take home fired and glazed work.
  • Young Chefs 4s/K

    4:15PM-5:15PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    TBA

    $619.50  [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    Join our team of culinary artists as we work together to prepare nutritious and delicious dishes from the freshest of ingredients! We’ll have fun learning to chop, measure, mix and flavor by following recipes from a variety of cuisines - and even design our own recipe variations. This fall’s menu will include tasty baked treats like muffins, cookies and breads, fruit-based creations like smoothies and fried banana dessert, and savory foods like mini pizzas and falafel. Young chefs will enjoy their fabulous dishes at the end of each class, and take home a recipe book at the end of the season.
  • Instrumental Lessons

    Piano (Chris Bradshaw, Alex Perry)
    Recorder, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone (Mary Cherney)
    Drums (Christian Finger)

    $863.75   [9/13-12/13, 13 classes]
    All instrumental lessons involve 30 minutes of private instruction. Families sign up for a teacher and a day of the week. The time of the lesson will be determined by the Afterschool office and will be mostly based on the age of the child (younger children in earlier slots). Families will be contacted with their lesson time(s) during Registration Week. If we can not find a time slot that works for you, a refund will be issued immediately.

Friday

List of 7 items.

  • Reds Core: Choice Friday

    2:45PM — 6:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten

    $415.25  [9/14-12/14, 11 classes]
    All ages join together on Fridays in Afterschool. Each Friday will feature choice activities, where children may choose one of several projects offered by the Core Afterschool faculty. These choices can range from cooking projects and outdoor games to dance parties and much more.
  • Oranges Core: Choice Friday

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    First and Second Grades

    $415.25  [9/14-12/14, 11 classes]


    All ages join together on Fridays in Afterschool. Each Friday will feature choice activities, where children may choose one of several projects offered by the Core Afterschool faculty. These choices can range from cooking projects and outdoor games to dance parties and much more.
  • Blues Core: Choice Friday

    3:00PM — 6:00PM
    Third Grade through Middle School

    $415.25  [9/14-12/14, 11 classes]
    All ages join together on Fridays in Afterschool. Each Friday will feature choice activities, where children may choose one of several projects offered by the Core Afterschool faculty. These choices can range from cooking projects and outdoor games to dance parties and much more.
  • Lego City

    3:10PM — 4:00PM
    Fours and Kindergarten
    Bessie McDonough-Thayer

    $466.50  [9/14-12/7, 10 classes]
    Welcome to Lego City! In this class we will design and build vechiles and buildings with our friends. We will discuss strategies for building stronger ships and better walls. The focus of this class is playing/interacting with others through the lego creations we build.
  • Lego Motors

    3:15PM — 4:15PM
    First and Second Grade
    Denzel Johnson

    $466.5  [9/14-12/7, 10 classes]
    Welcome to the wonderful world of lego motors! First we will get to know the new materials (axels, gears, motors, cables and battery packs), and how they work together with the legos we know so well. We will work on 1-2 week projects that require the children (working in pairs) to think about simple structures they seen in the world that have one or two moving pieces. We will talk, think, plan and build, exploring the foundations of robotics through Lego.
  • Woodworking

    3:15PM — 4:15PM
    First Grade through Fourth Grade
    Peggy Resnick

    $476.50   [9/14-12/7, 10 classes]
    Individual woodworking projects are at the core of this class, where students are introduced to the tools and workings of the material.
  • Instrumental Lessons

    Piano (Lucia Caruso)
    Guitar (Eve Silber)

    $664.50  [9/14-12/7, 10 classes]
    All instrumental lessons involve 30 minutes of private instruction. Families sign up for a teacher and a day of the week. The time of the lesson will be determined by the Afterschool office and will be mostly based on the age of the child (younger children in earlier slots). Families will be contacted with their lesson time(s) during Registration Week. If we can not find a time slot that works for you, a refund will be issued immediately.