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After School Programs April 2017

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

ON-SITE EXTENDED DAY STUDENT CARE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE FOLLOWING EARLY DISMISSAL DAYS:April 27th, and May 5th.  If you have not already registered online, please register by emailing afterschool@hc.wash.k12.mi.us.  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:  April 3rd-7th; May 29th; and June 14th.

SPECIAL CLUBS.  There are still openings for the following after school special clubs:

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Girl Scouts  K-3 (til 6/5) Skateboarding K-8 (til 5/16) Black Belt K-8 (til 4/19) Chess K-8 (1/19-5/18) Aerial Silks 3-8              (1/20-6/2)
Props Club 4-8

(1/23-4/17)

Flag Football 6-8 (til 5/16) Spanish K-8     (til 6/7) Theatre I & II 4-8 (1/12-4/20) Spanish K-8    (til 6/2)
Theatre I 4-8 (1/9-4/17) Italian K-8 (1/17-4/18) Handwriting 2-5 (March 8th-5/31) FTC 6-8 (1/26-4/20)
FTC 6-8 (1/26-4/25) Field Hockey 2-4 (4/13-6/1 or 6/8)
Art  K-8 (til 5/16) GOTR 3-5 (3/16-5/25)
GOTR 3-5 (til 5/23)
Swim Lessons K-8 (til 5/16)
Volleyball 2-8      (til 5/16)

 

 

Please pick up a registration form from the after school programs bulletin board.  Planning will now begin for Fall 2017 for  and stay tuned for the activities listed below and others.  Please email afterschool@hc.wash.k12.mi.us if you are interested in leading one of these activities or would like to suggest others:

 

4H, Ballet, Baseball, Campfire, Capoeira, Chinese, Cooking, Crafts, Cross Country Skiing, Dance, Drums, Eco-Maniacs, Electronic Music, Fitness, French, Gaming, Garden, German, Golf, Guitar, Guys on the Go, Gymnastics, Harp, Hip Hop, Japanese, Juggling, Knitting, Korean, Open Swim, Orchestra, Personal Training, Photography, Pilates, R.E.C.E.S.S., Rocks & Robots, Rockets, Sewing, Soccer (K-8), Speed Stackers, Spiral Scouts, Star Fleet Academy, Strings, Study Skills, Stunts, Tap Dance, Tech, Tennis, Tutoring, Writing, Yoga, Youth In Government, Zumba

 

RECESS & LUNCH

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.

 

CAFETERIA MICROWAVE USE:  Please do not send your children to school with lunches that need to be microwaved – ESPECIALLY if your child needs assistance.  We do not have enough adults available to help prepare student lunches, and Honey Creek staff will not be held responsible for burned lunches or students.

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Please keep our fabulous camp with field trips, daily swimming, and flexible scheduling, and specialty camps on your list of summer fun.  Although we work hard to keep our camp affordable, did you know that any and all excess summer camp funds directly support our school?  Please forward this information to friends and colleagues who may also be interested and encourage them to email us so we can add them to our list.  In the meantime, LIKE us on Facebook!  https://facebook.com/HCCSsummercamp/

 

SERVICE LEARNING

Service-Learning and building a spirit of service in order to positively impact the world are core components of Honey Creek Community School’s mission.  Curriculum-Based Service-Learning happens in the classrooms, but many students are motivated to serve others outside of school hours as well.  Each year we recognize students and families who spend 50+ hours/year serving others with the President’s Volunteer Service Award.

 

The deadline to submit hours is June 14th, 2017.  An awards ceremony will be held the following year to honor all recipients.

 

In the meantime, thank you for supporting our students as they learn to become philanthropists: giving of their time, talents, and treasures to benefit the common good.  In short, thank you for being heroes!

 

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