After School Activities

Following is information for the past Spring 2018 session. 

Please check back for upcoming sessions.


There are some changes for this session! 


ASAs will start the week of April 30. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis and space is limited, so please be sure to sign up as soon as possible. Please email lbafterschool1@gmail.com if you are interested in being added to the wait list for any classes.


Once classes have formed, we will send confirmation of your child's enrollment. 

Scholarship requests should be sent to Kami Woodson or Katelyn Hoobler at kamilahwoodson@ princetonk12.org or katelyn_hoobler@princetonk12.org.


PAYMENT THROUGH PAYPAL IS REQUIRED: When registering, you will not be able to secure your child's spot until you pay online (PayPal or credit card payments are accepted). If you have never registered for a PayPal account, it is free; please go to PayPal.com to create an account prior to logging into our registration site. 


All programs are offered at cost, therefore we reserve the right to cancel a class if minimum enrollment is not met.


Littlebrook PTO volunteers work hard to organize after school activities for our children with the goal of strengthening the LB community while providing a variety of enrichment opportunities for our students.  

After School Activities are PTO-sponsored. No nurse will be present during these activities.


All clubs will meet from 3:00 to 4:00PM  (1:00 - 2:00PM on half days) on the specified dates. Children MUST be picked up at 4:00PM. The PTO does not have the means or staff to accommodate late pickups. If late pickups become a problem, we reserve the right to withdraw your child's registration.  


Please contact us at lbafterschool1@gmail.com with any questions or if you prefer a hardcopy of the registration form.


Below is are descriptions of the Spring 2018 classes, which begin the week of April 30. 


MONDAY CLASSES

DATES:

              April 30, May 7, 14, 21, June 4 and 11 (6 classes)

 

   Martial Arts (GRADES KG-5)

$ 90 for six weeks classes

Instruction provided by:

SUSAN WINTER

www.princetonata.com

This program is based on traditional Taekwondo for children called Karate for Kids. The Karate for Kids system is based on lifetime learning concepts in addition to technical skills.  Building blocks include life skills such as:  Goals, Self-Control, Courtesy, Integrity, Friendship, Confidence, Self-Awareness, Self-Esteem, Perseverance, Self-Improvement, Respect and Dedication

TUESDAY CLASSES

DATES:

                              May 1, 8 ,15, 22, 29 June 5 (6 classes)

Arts & Crafts (GRADES KG-2)

$ 90 for six weeks classes

Instruction provided by:
Littlebrook AIS teacher, Ms.Corino

Come join Ms. Corino for some crafty fun!

We will be painting, cutting, pasting, creating, & having fun making cool projects.

 

Illustrators are artists too!

(GRADES KG-1)

$90 for six weeks classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook teacher, Ms. Holleran

Children will be introduced to books written by an author each week. We will read a story and discuss the author/illustrators craft. Then, children will be given materials to create their own masterpiece using the style of the illustrator and/or author used in the stories that were shared during the class. Some authors/illustrators that we may explore are Eric Carle, Lois Ehlert, Todd Parr. . .

Sports and Games (GRADES 2-5)

$ 90 for six weeks classes

Instruction provided by:
Littlebrook teachers Ms. Rossi and Mr. McKenna

Tired of being cooped up all winter? Now that it is finally spring, come join us for some outdoor fun!!! We will be playing many different sports and games such as, kickball, baseball, soccer etc. Bring out the sun and FUN!!

 

American Sign Language (GRADES 3-5)

$ 90 for six weeks classes

Instruction provided by:
Littlebrook teacher Ms.Avena

The Sign Language Club is a fun club where students learn and practice sign language and gain an understanding about deaf culture. Students will be introduced to some basic sign language including the alphabet, family member, colors, numbers, and more. Club members play games to reinforce new signs learned. Students also enjoy watching sign language music videos to help learn sign language as well as a video that teaches the students about deaf culture and the role of cochlear implants in deaf culture.

 

WEDNESDAY CLASSES

DATES:

                   May 2, 9 ,16, 23, 30 June 6 (6 classes)

   

Kindergarten Math Club

 (GRADE Kindergarden)

$ 90 for six weeks classes

Instruction provided by:
Littlebrook teacher Ms. Mickens

Enhance your math skills! In this session, we will play a variety of math games to help with addition, subtraction, place value, measurement, time and money.

 

Creative Writing (GRADES 3-5)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook AIS teacher, Ms. Woodson

Poetry, short stories and other pieces will be the focus of this creative writing club. You will learn how to use figurative language and your senses to bring your writing to life.  At the end of our club, each student will receive a collection of our work to keep!

 

 

Hour of Code (GRADES 1-2)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook AIS teacher, Ms. Armstrong

Students create computer programs that will help them learn to collaborate with others, develop problem-solving skills, and persist through difficult tasks. They will study programming concepts, computational thinking, digital citizenship, and develop interactive games or stories they can share.

 

       Party Games (GRADES 3-4)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook teacher, Ms. Weisman

Come play a variety of party games with Ms. Weisman! Each week, we will play a different group game, similar to what you would do at a fun party with friends. We can relax, laugh, and have a good time while playing games like Apples to Apples, Headbandz/Heads Up, Take 5, Family Feud, and many more!

 

GARDEN!  (GRADES KG- 5)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by:

 Littlebrook teacher, Ms. Genova and Ms. Nicosia

This club would learn to garden - indoors and out. We'll choose seeds and start indoors, going outdoors when possible. We will also prepare and taste vegetables or fruit every class.

 

THURSDAY CLASSES

DATES:

                        May 3, 10 ,17, 24, 31 June 7 (6 classes)

 

    

Puppet Show (GRADES KG-3)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by:
 Littlebrook school teacher,

Ms. Carlone

 Children will make character puppets using, juice box containers, construction paper, stickers, and other craft materials. They will get the chance to create and perform a short puppet show during our club.

 

 

Ukelele / Drums and Xylophones

(GRADES 1-3)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook teacher, Mr. Velez

 

Mr. Velez is adding more instruments!

For Ukelele, students will have fun learning how to play folk and popular songs on the ukuleles, as well as learning how to figure out songs they might want to play from the radio. For beginners and students that have already taken Ukelele classes.

Ps: the ukuleles will be provided for the students but can't go home with them. 

 

For Drum and Xylophone, this club will teach students how to play musical arrangements on the xylophones and drums to accompany songs for students to perform!

Scrapbooking (GRADES 4-5)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by:
 Littlebrook school teacher,

Ms. Rossi

 

Have you ever wondered what scrapbooking is all about? Come join other students interested in learning more about this exciting and enjoyable craft. After just six weeks, you will leave with your own scrapbook with some of your own personal best memories!

 Wiffle ball and kickball

 (GRADES 1-5)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by:
 Littlebrook school teacher,

Mr. Knox

Students will learn and play all of the skills that are used in baseball, softball, wiffle ball and kickball.  This includes hitting, fielding, and base running.  Great for eye hand coordination and cardiovascular strength.

 

FRIDAY CLASSES

DATES:

                         May 4, 11 ,18, 25, June 1, 8 (6 classes)

  

Introduction to keyboard

(GRADES KG-2)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook teacher, Mr. Velez

Intro to keyboard will teach students who are not currently enrolled in piano lessons an introduction to learning the piano.

 

Ace of Cards (GRADES 3-5)

$90  for six classes

Instruction provided by:

Littlebrook school teacher, Mr.McKenna

Learn and play classic and lesser-known card games to play on your own, with a friend, or with the whole family. Poker Games, Rummy, Thirty-One, Solitaire Games, Crazy 8's, and more.

 

Cooking (GRADES 2 – 4)

$90 for six classes        

 Instruction provided by:

Littlebrook school teacher, Ms. Seelenfreund

Come cook with Ms. Seelenfreund. Each week we will follow a new recipe, then we will enjoy what we made.

 

CHESS (GRADES K – 5)

$120 for eight classes Instruction provided by: 

On the Chess Board, LLC & Chess Buy 

Chess Club is open to all students in grades K through 5! Experienced chess masters teach through a combination of focused instruction, chess puzzles, and game playing. We combine parent input about their child(ren) along with teacher assessments, and split all chess students into three groups. Chess club meets from 3:00-4:00 pm on eight Fridays starting on APRIL 30th

Parent Volunteers Needed 

 

Dates for Chess April 27th, May 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, June 1st, 8th , 15th

Soccer Shots (GRADES K – 5)

$90 for six classes Instruction provided by: SoccerShots

 

 

Soccer Shots Premier focuses on individual skill, fitness and sportsmanship, providing an opportunity for children to be challenged through fun games and team interaction.

Children will also be introduced to competition in a developmentally.

Hour of Code (GRADES 4-5)

$90 for six classes

Instruction provided by: 

Littlebrook AIS teacher, Ms. Armstrong

Ready for a second round? This class is a continuation of our winter club for students in grades 3-5. Students create computer programs that will help them learn to collaborate with others, develop problem-solving skills, and persist through difficult tasks. They will study programming concepts, computational thinking, digital citizenship, and develop interactive games or stories they can share.