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.
I am signing my student up for the following extracurricular opportunities for session 4.
**Please note: We are willing to try to incorporate some 1st graders this time, but the first session will be a trial to make sure that they can pull the bow in order to be successful. If not, we will reimburse all fees. Teacher: Alicia Vance, Lower Elementary Teacher and Assisted by Stacey Springer, Lower Elementary Assistant; Limit: 14 students; About this class:
Do you want your child to have better focus, self-discipline, balance, coordination, and build confidence? But more importantly would your child like to try their hand at shooting a bow and arrow? In this extracurricular, you will learn safety, the parts of a bow, how it works, the proper stance, how to load the arrow, and aim during this hands on introduction to archery!
Teacher: Crystal Hoskins; Limit: 12 students; About this class: This yoga class, designed for older students, will utilize a variety of yoga activities to keep your child engaged. Poses will be used to help the children focus their minds and stretch their bodies in a fun and safe environment. The skills learned in this class will give them to tools that they need to create their own yoga practice at home. Crystal Hoskins is a graduate of the Lexington Healing Arts Academy with a yoga teacher certification and a certification in Kidding Around Yoga, a yoga program specifically geared to children. She's also Mom to third grade Redwood student, Asher.
Teacher: Stacey Springer, Lower Elementary Assistant Teacher, assisted by Alicia Vance, Lower Elementary Lead Teacher; Limit: 14 students; About this class: Explore your creative side in this hands-on, messy class! This class is the perfect combination science and art for young children. Experience Ooey gooey fun, as we create process inspired art using cool, fun, slimey materials.
Teacher: Ashley Coning, Redwood Science Teacher; Limit: 10 students; About this class: Our Pre-K and Kindergarten students will have the opportunity to help plant and care for the Redwood gardens! They will learn how to germinate seeds, transplant seedlings, care for our worm compost and much more in this hands-on class with real-world connections.
Teacher: Moira Dalibor, Upper Elementary Lead Teacher; Limit: 10 students; About this class: Using our Breakout EDU kit, students will face the challenge of unlocking a series of locks and boxes to reveal a hidden treasure. These games will help us develop skills in critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication. Plus, they are just a whole lot of fun!
Teacher: Ann Eason, Redwood Substitute Teacher; Limit: 10 students; About this class: What could be more fun at the end of a long school day than an extra period of play?! Students will play a variety of running-based games while also learning about the basics of running as a sport. We will also explore the importance of moving our bodies and all the different ways there are to do so. This class will be taught by Ann Eason, a former All-American for women's track and field / cross country and current Redwood substitute teacher.
Teacher: Ann Eason, Redwood Substitute Teacher; Limit: 10 students; About this class: We invite you to be a part of the first Redwood Running Club! Members will learn fundamental skills and techniques that will help them run smarter for longer. We will also have a chance to put these new skills to the test through a variety of games and activities, as well as a jog or two. This class will be taught by Ann Eason, a former All-American for women's track and field / cross country and current Redwood substitute teacher.
You will be invoiced for the total above. Payment must be received prior to the first class of the session.