clubs

Imagined World Mysteries

Members of the Imagined World after school club were given straws, cards, paper, and tape and invited to design an object that could only be found in their world. These objects then fell from "their worlds" and were whisked away by the winds of fate (sound effect: students blowing through straws) into the portal of another club member's world. Each then had to guess the meaning of the object and describe the way the people/creatures/scientists of their world had divined the answer. Nobody got it right, but fun was had by all.

Winter Session of Clubs Ends

PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME OF THESE END DATES HAVE CHANGED. UPDATES ARE IN THE MARCH 13 ALL-SCHOOL WEEKLY NOTE.

The winter session of clubs ends this month. Please check below for the end date for each of our clubs. Make sure to let the school office know about changes to your child's dismissal plan by March 11, BEFORE the clubs end. That way we can safely dismiss all our children.

Mondays: All Monday clubs end on March 16, 2015

ZoomDance Drama    
Rookie Chess  
Let's Dance  
Mandarin Pandas  
Mandarin Tigers    
All Star Sports  
Cheer Tumble Dance   
You Go Girls    

Tuesdays: All Tuesday clubs end on March 17, 2015

Karate I
Karate II
Karate III
Handcrafts
Intermediate Chess
Creative Drawing
Book Club
Step with Ethan

Wednesdays:

Soccer Shots 3/18/2015
Ceramics II 3/18/2015
Basketball 3/18/2015
Tournament Chess 3/18/2015
Actors' Workshop  3/25/2015

Thursdays:

Storybook Crafts  3/12/2015
Mandarin Tigers  3/19/2015
Ceramics I  3/12/2015
More Math  3/12/2015
Drama Club  3/19/2015
3D Game Design  3/19/2015
Science Olympiad  3/19/2015

Fridays:

Ballet I  3/13/2015
Ballet II 3/13/2015
Experienced Chess  3/13/2015
Lego Engineering  3/20/2015
Lego Robotics  3/20/2015
Yoga I  3/13/2015
Fashion Design - SewPhilly  3/13/2015
Power Bootcamp  3/20/2015
Team Rube  3/13/2015

What Was it Like to Paint the Sistine Chapel?

This week in the after school Artsy Arts & Crafts Club, students learned about the masters of the Renaissance and found out what it was like for Michaelangelo to spend four years painting the Sistine Chapel on his back!