AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT SCHEDULE
|1:50||Knitting (grades 2 - 6)|
|Robotics (grades 3 - 6)|
|2:50||Theater (grades K - 3) ||Spanish (grades k - 3)||Radical Cooks ||Chess Academy|
|Spanish (grades k - 3)||Robotics (grades 3 - 6)|
|3:00||Table Top Fantasy Role Playing|
|4:00||Theater (grades 4 - 6)||Spanish (4 gr – 5 gr, 6th grade siblings may join)||The Lab: Social Entrepreneurship & Community Organizing (grades 4 - 6)|
|Spanish (4 gr – 5 gr, 6th grade siblings may join)|
Turn a key into a lightsabre. Learn to speak gibberish. Become part of a three-headed monster. Guess the occupation. Come have tons of fun and give your imagination a workout. Drawing on the techniques of Viola Spolin, Agosto Boal and others, this class uses theater and improv games to teach foundational acting skills. No experience necessary. Anyone with an imagination can play!
- Mondays @ 2:50 for grades k-3 in the MPR. Classes meet on 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10 (10 sessions)
- Mondays @ 4:00 for grades 4-6 in the MPR. Classes meet on 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10 (10 sessions)
- Cost: $100
- To register, send email to email@example.com
BIO: Jeffrey Solomon has been a teaching artist in New York City schools for thirty years. He has toured internationally as a solo performer and with his theater company Houses on the Moon. He wrote the Jim Henson ABC-TV special CityKids, which received an Emmy nomination for Best Children’s Special and won an Ollie Award for Excellence in Children’s Programming. He is excited to have his family join the Mount Washington Community.
STEM starts in the kitchen! What makes the cookie dough rise? Why does oil separate from the vinegar? And how can you make food into edible works of art? This class series includes an introduction to kitchen chemistry, science and art (including plating) all while making delicious (mostly healthy) treats. Recipes and handouts included.
- Wednesdays 2:50 in the Pavilion
- Classes meet on TBD (6 sessions)
- Thursdays 2:50 in the Pavilion
- Classes meet on 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/12 (6 sessions)
- Registration: http://www.radicalcooks.com/kidscookingclasses/culinary-art-science
- Minimum 5 / Maximum 12
- Nina Zippay | firstname.lastname@example.org | cell:213.308.8954 |www.radicalcooks.com
- Cost: $120.00 (15% discount if student registers for both 6 week sessions)
Learn and Play: Dungeons & Dragons, One night Ultimate Werewolf, Magic: The Gathering, Oregon Trail, Pandemic, Super Fight and More!
- Tuesdays @ 1:50pm in Room 6
- DATES: 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 10/16, 10/23
- Cost: $125 including starter materials
- Registration: email@example.com (You MUST email Que prior to the class’ first class to confirm your child’s enrollment)
- Tuesdays @ 1:50 in the MPR
- Classes meet on 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9 (6 week session)
- Minimum 10 / Maximum none
- Registration: http://www.pacificmartialarts.org/product/mt-washington-afterschool-karate-2/
- Cost: $60
- Wednesdays @ 2:50 for grades k-3 in Room 6 . Classes meet on 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/ 15, 10/22, 10/ 29, 11/26, 12/3, 12/ 10
- Wednesdays @ 4:00 for grades 4-6 in Room 6. Classes meet on 9/5, 9/12, 9/26, 10/3, 10/11, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/14, 11/28
- Registration: https://www.cultural-bytes.org/after-school
- Cost: once a Week $200 (plus $50 material fee) | twice a week $300 (plus $50 material fee)
FOMWS and STEM Discovery Kids have partnered to bring a FIRST LEGO League Robotics Team to Mount Washington Elementary. The team will design a robot that will complete a series of missions as part of a competition designed around this year’s FIRST LEGO theme, Into Orbit.
First LEGO League Robotics Team Participants must be in 3rd grade or above and enroll in Introductory Robotics, offered as an after-school class starting Tuesday, August 21st. The team will be selected at the end of Introductory Robotics through an application process. For details on the competition and how to apply for the Introductory Robotics course see the attached informational sheet and application.
- Fridays 2:50 in the Lunch Pavilion. Classes meet on 9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9 (10 week program)
- Minimum 8 / Maximum none
- Coach Arman at: (818) 640-5974
- Cost: $90
Our Mt. Washington School students can enjoy a robust offering of after school classes that enrich their educational experience. The collaboration between MWE PTA and the FOMWS brings an assortment of class offerings to our students. Our After School Enrichment classes are meant to help support the varied interests of your children.
The after school enrichment classes are not an after school CARE program. For your convenience MWE has an after school care program on site, and a couple off site programs that pick up students. In addition to the after school care programs, MWE also has a district sponsored after school recreational program. Our After School Enrichment teachers expect to enroll students who are interested in their subject matter and want to actively participate. Each teacher is responsible for enrollment and payment. Scholarships are available in all classes for those who qualify. Please speak to the office staff for more information.
If you have any general questions, want to make a class suggestion, and/or want to share your talents with our school community you can contact Erica Rosales at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you enroll your child in a class make sure that the teacher has confirmed receipt of your payment and enrollment. If your child is in STAR, then the after school teacher or a designated adult volunteer must sign your child in and out of STAR. If your child will be staying after school to wait for an enrichment class then your child must be enrolled in Beyond the Bell. These procedures are for the safety of our children. It is important that we know where your child is while on our MWE campus.
Q: My kindergartner is enrolled in STAR, will the after school teacher pick them up?
A: Yes, if the after school teacher knows that your child is enrolled in STAR and needs to be picked up.
Q: My kindergartner is not enrolled in a STAR, will the kinder teacher take her to the after school class?
A: Our MWS teachers will not walk children to afterschool classes. If your child is not picked up by an adult on the approved list, then the kinder teacher will take the child to the office. Office staff will not walk your child to the after school class.
Q: Does my third grader need to be escorted by me to the after school class?
A: No. Most children in the upper grades are responsible enough to get to the class they need to get to. Please make sure you have communicated to your child what room number and what time they need to be there. Check in with the after school teacher if you want to know if your child attended class. Make sure that any children in grades 2-6 staying on our campus after school are enrolled in Beyond the Bell. You can get the registration form in the office.
Q: My first grader is not enrolled in STAR or Beyond the Bell, can they hang out in the yard and wait for me after the enrichment class?
A: Children who are not enrolled in one of the after school care programs must be picked up immediately following the after school class.