After School Programs News: November 2012
ON-SITE EXTENDED DAY STUDENT CARE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE FOLLOWING “EARLY DISMISSAL & NO SCHOOL DAYS:” November 5th & 6th; February 8th; March 1st & 8th; April 26th; and May 3rd. Please register ONE WEEK BEFORE in order to receive the Early Bird Discount. Also, please remember that you MUST give us 48-hour WRITTEN notice to cancel any pre-registered care without being held financially responsible.
REMINDER: NO ON-SITE STUDENT CARE DURING BREAKS OR ON CERTAIN HOLIDAYS. This includes: November 22nd & 23rd; December 24th-January 4th; January 21st; February 18th-22nd; April 1st-5th; May 27th; and June 12th.
SPECIAL CLUBS. There are still openings for the following after school special clubs:
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Music Lessons Music Lessons Music Lessons Music Lessons Music Lessons
Korean Italian Black Belt Soccer (2-3) FULL Chess
Spanish (3-5) Art (K-3) Art 4-8 LEGO=FULL
LEGO=FULL Swim Lessons Daisies/Brownies
LEGO=FULL Dance Team (4-8)
Please pick up a registration form from the after school programs bulletin board down the hall from the parent mailboxes. We are still working on offering the following clubs and activities (please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you or someone you know is interested in coaching/teaching a special club or activity):
4H, Ballet, Baseball, Basketball, Breakdancing, Campfire, Capoeira, Chinese, Cooking, Crafts, Dance (K-3), Drums, Eco-Maniacs, Electronic Music, Fitness, Football, French, Garden, German, Girls on the Run, Guys on the Go, Gymnastics, Harp, Hip Hop, History Club, Knitting, Open Swim, Orchestra, Photography, Pilates, Rocks & Robots, Rockets, Sewing, Skateboarding, Spanish (K-2 & MS), Spiral Scouts, Soccer (K/1, 4-8), Study Skills, Tap Dance, Tech, Tennis, Theater, Tutoring, Writing, Yoga, Youth In Government, Zumba
PLEASE CARE WHAT YOU WEAR. Recess will be outside everyday. Except for hazardous weather conditions (lightning, severe storms, wind chill below -10° F), we will always go outside for recess. There is limited indoor space that allows the children opportunities to move around energetically. Children should always dress for the weather. Students must wear snow pants, boots, coat, hat, and mittens or gloves in order to play in the snow and sled.