Elementary clubs overview
Art on iPad
Technology is a great way to learn many things and art is no exception. Nowadays developers have created many art apps for iPad. Students will learn iPad apps that will help them enhance their creativity and broaden their perspective of art. Students will learn iPad apps that will help them enhance their creativity and broaden their perspective of art. Students need to bring their iPads to this club. This club may accept 10 fourth grade students.
This club is led by an instructor from a local dance studio. Students will learn ballet technique and a dance routine. Each participant will also need to purchase a ballet outfit, white tights and ballet shoes. These can be purchased through the dance studio if desired. This club may accept 15 first through third grade students.
This club will help students develop the skills of dribbling, passing, and shooting. Students will also have the opportunity to play the fun and exciting game of basketball. Tennis shoes are required. This club may accept 12 third and fourth grade students.
No prior experience is required. If your student wants to learn something new or grow in their ability to play chess, this is the club for them. This club may accept 20 third through fifth grade students.
In this club students will learn about traditional Chinese arts such as kite making, Chinese calligraphy writing, traditional Chinese painting, and more! This club may accept 10 first grade students.
Students will learn more about China through cultural activities. For example, they will learn about Chinese paper cutting, Chinese food, Chinese holidays, Chinese tourist locations and more! The purpose of this club is to help students foster interest in Chinese culture. This club may accept 8 students (1stand 2ndgrade) and 10 students (3rd - 5thgrade).
This club will make projects out of clay and learn different techniques in using and making things out of clay. Due to the nature of this club, if directions are not followed, students will not be allowed to come back for the rest of the semester. This club may accept 10 fourth and fifth grade students.
This club will train 5thgrade students on the basics of climbing using our new climbing wall in the Gym. Students will have fun learning how to climb while also learning how to be safe. This club may accept 10 fifth grade students.
Students will learn to mix ingredients and use baking utensils while making delicious creations, such as fruit sauce, pancakes, cookies, a Chinese dessert, and healthy snacks. This club may accept 10 fourth grade students.
This club is a great way to become part of a team, much like a family. It promotes literacy, improves vocabulary (use of standard English), public speaking, responsibility, and communication. Consistent attendance, trying all parts, and learning lines are required. This is a club where everyone has fun! This club may accept 22 third through fifth grade students.
Students will learn to play handbells and explore a different kind of music ensemble. Students will also learn proper handbell care and technique, improve music reading, and grow in their ability to play in an ensemble. No previous experience in playing handbells is required. This club may accept 20 students - 10 fourth graders and 10 fifth graders
This club, led by an instructor from a local dance studio, will teach students Hip Hop moves and a dance routine. This club may accept 12 third through fifth grade students.
This club, led by a local Judo instructor, will teach students the basics of Judo. This club may accept 12 third through fifth grade students.
This club, led by Mrs. Li for 5thgrade students will meet on Thursday afternoons in the ECC. Students will learn to make a variety of things by using different techniques. If you love crafts and want to try something new, come join us! No prior experience is required. Students will be able to keep the supplies they receive on the first day of club. The cost for the supplies is 30 RMB. This club may accept 8 students.
This club will encourage creativity and is a great way to develop fine motor skills. There will be time for free and organized play, as well as time to work on public speaking skills, as students share their creations with others in the club. This club may accept 22 first and second graders.
This club will provide students with an opportunity to build and program Legos so that their creations can “come to life.” This club may accept 10 third grade students.
If you love books and stories and enjoy listening to someone read to you, then come join the read aloud club! In this club, students will explore many different topics and stories and have fun activities after reading. This club may accept 15 second grade students.
In this club, students will make small and relatively simple crafts using a variety of supplies. They will have many opportunities to use their imagination and creativity, as well as try new things. This club may accept 10 third grade students.