Extracurricular Sign-Up

Student Information

Student's will be registered on a first come, first serve basis. We will notify you if the extracurricular has reached capacity. You will be invoiced at the email address that you provide below for your extracurricular selections. Payment is due prior to the start of the first session.

Extracurricular Selections

I am signing my student up for the following extracurricular opportunities for session 1.
Teacher: Leah Endicott. Limit: 12 Students; About this class: For this age group, individual player development and a fun soccer experience is the priority during this session. The last 15 min of the training session; small sided games maximize each child's touches and time on the ball and aid in understanding shape and spacing on the field. Parents are welcome to come the last 15 minutes of practice to watch the small sided games. We will round out the session by going to a UK soccer match and tailgating prior to the game.* *(details and cost of UK game will come later, games are usually just a few dollars to attend) Players will need a size 3 ball if they are 8 or under size 4 ball if over 8, water bottle, cleats or tennis shoes, shin guards and soccer socks and a desire to play and learn about soccer! Leah Endicott is a former player and coach, she played Division 1 soccer in college, she holds two national youth coaching licenses, she coached for LFC for 10 years and then was the assistant coach at Georgetown College before having kids.
Teacher: Alicia Vance. Limit: 8 Students; About this class: Food for the Brain! Let's learn deep breathing, mindfulness, and control of our body while exploring exciting sensory materials! Sensory play stimulates young children's senses: touch, smell, taste, movement, balance, sight, and hearing! Sensory activities facilitate exploration and naturally encourage children to use scientific processes while they play, create, investigate, and explore. It should be a messy good time! Slime, calming down bottles, fidget balloons, rainstick, fragrant playdough, balance and movement obstacle course, and more!
Teacher: Beth Ellen Rosenbaum. Limit: 20 Students. About this class: Join our new multi-age singing ensemble at Redwood! Directed by our music teacher, Ms. Rosenbaum, we will sing happy songs, silly songs, songs from many lands, and more! We’ll start with fun warm-ups that will get our minds and bodies in gear for singing. We’ll learn about posture, breath control, and how to produce a beautiful sound together. Redwood Redbirds will meet once a week for the entire fall semester, and we’ll showcase what we’ve learned for friends and family at the end of the session. We’re also planning to bring our show on the road for some community service! This is a 2 session class that will run August through December.
THIS CLASS IS CURRENTLY FULL AND FORMING A WAITING LIST. IF YOU REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS, YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF A SPACE BECOMES AVAILABLE. Teacher: Leah Endicott. Limit: 12 Students; About this class: The focus of this program will be developing ball skills and having a fun. Training sessions will focus on building a foundation of skills. We will play small sided games (3v3 or 4v4) the last 15 min of the training session; small sided games maximize each child's touches and time on the ball and aid in understanding shape and spacing on the field. Parents are welcome to come the last 15 minutes of practice to watch the small sided games. We will round out the session by going to a UK soccer match and tailgating prior to the game.* *(details and cost of UK game will come later, games are usually just a few dollars to attend) Players will need a size 3 ball, water bottle, cleats or tennis shoes, shin guards and soccer socks and a desire to to play and learn about soccer! Leah Endicott is a former player and coach, she played Division 1 soccer in college, she holds two national youth coaching licenses, she coached for LFC for 10 years and then was the assistant coach at Georgetown College before having kids.
Teacher: Moira Dalibor. Limit: 12 Students; About this class: Perhaps you've enjoyed classic board games like Sorry and Clue, but you're looking for fun, new games to experience. Then join us as we learn and play a variety of board games each week including cooperative, deck building and strategy games.
Teacher: Emily Carter. Limit: 12 Students; About this class: In this exciting class, we will explore a different anime, manga, film or game focus each week. All will be representative of media that has had a major far-reaching influence in Japan and often worldwide. Pokemon, DragonBall, Studio Ghibli films, Nintendo and more! We'll discuss the plots and themes, as well as why they are so important. Throw in some cosplay, some origami, and maybe some Pokemon themed snacks, and we've got ourselves a good time!
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You will be invoiced for the total above. Payment must be received prior to the first class of the session.