Enrichment Course Descriptions

WINTER 2019 ENRICHMENT CLASS SCHEDULE

***IMPORTANT UPDATES***

THE LEGO CLUB CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO A CHANGE IN THE INSTRUCTOR’S SCHEDULE

The Kids Capoeira will be held on Fridays (not on Thursdays as previously advertised)

Download a printable PDF of the Winter 2019 Enrichment Class Schedule

Winter 2019 Class List and Fees

DAY/TIME
PRICE
MONDAY (2:30 PM - 3:30 PM) - 9 classesNO CLASS 1/21 and 2/18
Basketball (3-5)$75
Basketball (K-2)$75
Drawing & Painting Exploration (1-5)$135
Little Coders (1-2)$220
Piano - Keyboard Club (1-5)$190
Schmitz Park Nature Program (1-4) - class til 4 PM$165
NEW! Stone Soup Theatre: Dragons Love Tacos (K-2)$155
NEW! Ukulele for All (2-5) - class til 4 PM$180 +$30 for ukulele
Yoga & Mindfulness (3–5) - no class 2/11$130
TUESDAY (2:30 PM - 3:30 PM) - 10 classesNO CLASS 2/19
Art Wizards (K – 5) - $155$155
Mandarin (K-3)$185
NEW! Fantasy & Fairy Tales Scene Study (1-5)$180
NEW! Guided Drawing (3-5)$75
School of Rock (K-1)$125
Spanish (3-5)$80
Trendy Crafts: Oceans & Mermaids (K-5)$165
Unicycle (3-5)$75
WEDNESDAY – Session 1 (1:15 PM – 2:30 PM) - 9 classesNO CLASS 1/30 and 2/20
Chess Club (2–5 )$115
Drumming (3–5)$145
Game Development– Intermediate/Advanced (3–5 )$220
Jump Rope (1–5)$145
CANCELLED - Lego Club (2-4) - no class 1/23$75
Yoga & Mindfulness (K-2) - no class 2/13$145
WEDNESDAY – Session 2 (2:30 PM – 3:45 PM) - 9 classesNO CLASS 1/30 and 2/20
Drumming (1 – 5)$145
THURSDAY (2:30 PM - 3:30 PM) - 10 classesNO CLASS 2/21
NEW! Indoor Soccer & Games (K-2)$130
NEW! Intro 2 Dance (K-2)$160
NEW! Musical Theatre Revue (1-5) - class til 4 PM$220
Play & Learn Spanish (K-2)$80
Puzzle Club (K-5)$75
Trendy Crafts: Crafts Around the World (K-5)$165
FRIDAY (2:30 PM - 3:30 PM) - 10 classesNO CLASS 2/22
3D Design (3-5) - no class 2/8; class ends 3/29$100
NEW! - Kids Capoeira (2-5)$130
NEW! Magic: The Gathering Club (4-5)$75
NEW! Sing Along with Mode Music (K-1)$180
NEW! Tennis (3-5)$155
Vocal Performance (2-5) - class til 4 PM $220

Winter 2019 Enrichment Course Descriptions

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3D Design for Kids Grades 3 – 5 Fridays to 3:30 PM
Dream It, Build It: Apps for Kids inspires young thinkers to turn their wildest creations into reality. This STEAM class will teach young creators the fundamentals of the design process in four areas: Capture It – Capture ideas and start a design story using pictures, text and draw tools. Shape It – Shape ideas into 3D creations of any form. Create 3D shapes with intuitive and easy-to-use modeling tools. Style It – Using color, stickers, and backgrounds, personalize the Shape It 3D model. Print It – Print the creation in 2D and 3D (Cube Print and 3D Printer) to bring the 3D shape to life. Check out the Apps for Kids at www.swappsforkids.com This class will be taught by GH parent Michael Steeves, 3D Computer Aided Design Expert and technical manager at SolidWorks Corp. No class on 2/8; class ends on 3/29. Class limit 10.

NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed in exchange for priority enrollment and a 100% tuition discount. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.

Michael Steeves, GH parent Computer Lab Fridays: $100/session (10 classes)
Art Wizards – Everyone Can Draw! Grades K – 5 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
In Art Wizards, kids learn to draw the things that kids find exciting. The most important part of learning to draw is learning to see. Many adults never developed that skill. All elementary students regardless of age need these skills. That’s where we start. We give them all the information they need to be successful, but not so much that we stifle their imagination or limit their opportunities. They learn that a problem can have more than one solution, that small changes can have a big effect, and that there is more than one way to look at the world around them. With consistent and ongoing practice throughout the school year, our students are amazed at the progress they make. Projects include fish, birds and animals of all kinds, people, landscapes, still life, mythical creatures, movie characters and cartoons. We show them how to break down a scene or character so it comes out looking like what they intended. We show them how easy it can be when they know how to use chalk and oil pastels, when it’s better to use colored pencils and where markers and watercolor fit in. It’s easy! It’s exciting! It’s rewarding! And it has a super-positive effect on all other subjects. View examples of our students’ work in the galleries at www.artwizards.org. Class limit 20. NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed in exchange for priority enrollment and a 50% tuition discount. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.
Drew Crain, Art Wizards Room 1104  $155/session (10 classes)
Basketball “Hoop” Dreams Grades K-2 Mondays to 3:30 PM
Coach Santana will teach basketball skills, run drills, and scrimmage with students. This is one of our most popular classes so register early (or volunteer as a PTA chaperone) to save your spot! Class limit 16.
Aranza Santana, GH staff Gym $75/session (9 classes)
Basketball “Hoop” Dreams Grades 3-5 Mondays to 3:30 PM
Santana’s Sports will teach basketball skills, run drills, and scrimmage with students. This is one of our most popular classes so register early (or volunteer as a PTA chaperone) to save your spot! This class will be taught by Brieah Marino, who is a former college basketball player and currently referees basketball games.  Class limit 16.
Brieah Marino, Santana’s Sports Gym $75/session (9 classes)
Chess Club with Chess Mates Grades 2 – 5* Wednesdays to 2:30 PM
Students will learn chess strategies, tactics and openings, and have fun playing chess. Chess helps children built critical thinking skills and helps them learn to focus and plan. Each class includes a lesson, chess puzzles and game-playing time. Chess sets and boards and other materials will be provided. All you need is to be eager to play and learn!  The Chess Mates Foundation has been offering after school chess clubs in Seattle for over 20 years. The instructor Jeremy Higgins is a West Seattle resident and has been coaching chess for over a decade. Class limit 20.  *1st graders may be able to enroll based on experience and space availability.

NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed in exchange for priority enrollment and a 50% tuition discount. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.

Jeremy Higgins

Chess Mates Foundation

Room 1220 Wednesdays: $115/session (9 classes)
Drawing and Painting Exploration Grades 1 – 5 Mondays to 3:30 PM
Students will learn the basics of “how to” watercolor and drawing through engaging projects like dragons and dinosaurs, animals of all sorts, nature elements, cartooning and mandala art designs. We will be using paint, colored pencils, markers and oil pastels. Storytelling and free drawing will be encouraged with each project so bring your imaginations! Class limit 16.
Janet Crawley, Janet Crawley Art Room 1110 $135/session (9 classes)
Drumming Grades 3 – 5

Grades 1 – 5*

Wednesdays, 1:15 – 2:30 PM

Wednesdays, 2:30 – 3:45 PM

Have fun learning rhythm and playing the drums!  Designed by a music industry professional, this class combines unique tools and innovative techniques, including exclusive iPad linked drum sets, personal audio monitoring systems, and video projection, to create a truly immersive one-of-a-kind experience! Students will learn fundamentals of rhythm and time keeping, technique, rudiments, beats and much, much more. All necessary equipment is provided and all levels of ability are welcome! Tuition includes a $10 supply fee.

Instructor Jon Slatkin is a GH parent and musician/producer. Present/past clients include One Reel (Bumbershoot 2004-13), Capitol Hill Block Party, Sundance Film Festival, YouTube and EMP. Jon began his professional career at age 15 and has studied with legendary drummer Jim Chapin. He is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) and the Percussive Arts Society. Visit experiencebpm.com for more information! Class limit 17.

*NOTE: Please do not enroll in the second session (grades 1-5) if your child attends Aftercare at the SP site unless they can be picked up at GH after class ends.

Jon Slatkin Music Room $145/session (9 classes)
Game Development (Intermediate/Advanced) Grades 3 – 5 Wednesdays to 2:30 PM
Do you play video games and wonder how they are created?  Would you like to build your own computer programs?  Working in Scratch, a drag-and-drop programming tool, students will create everything from animations to multi-level games This class will provide students with advanced programming concepts, allowing them to create more sophisticated games, programs, and animations. Intermediate Students will level-up to new projects, such as platform, scrolling, and multi-player games. Advanced Students will learn to dominate complex concepts like game physics, arrays, and artificial intelligence. This class is recommended for students who have completed one or more sessions with us or have attended at least 15 hours of another Scratch coding class. See examples here. Class limit 16.
Coding with Kids staff Computer Lab $225/session (9 classes)
NEW! Guided Drawing Grades 3 – 5 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
Back by popular demand, Ms. Kwintner will offer Guided Drawing to young artists! Students first establish the boundaries of a piece of paper and identify start and end points to connect lines. As the lines connect and build, a beautiful image appears. Guided Drawing helps students learn how to use lines and shading to create depth, explore various art mediums, and most importantly builds confidence. Class limit: 15
Jennifer Kwintner, GH Hill Staff Room 3114 $75/session (10 classes)
NEW! Indoor Soccer & Games Grades K – 2    Thursdays to 3:30 PM
Join us for the Indoor Soccer & Games! Overtime Athletics coaches will teach you skills like dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting and defense. Have a blast and make new friends playing World Cup Soccer, Battleship Soccer, Numbers Soccer & More! Keeping this fun for the younger ones, this class weaves in tag games like Fire in the Forest! Red Light, Green Light, Line Tag, and More! This program non-contact soccer and emphasizes fun, teamwork and sportsmanship. Class limit 20.
Overtime Athletics staff Gym $130/session (10 classes)
NEW! Intro 2 Dance Grades K – 2    Thursdays to 3:30 PM
Welcome to Intro 2 Dance! As the name suggests, this class series is for students who are looking to learn a little bit about a variety of styles. Think Hip Hop, Jazz Funk, Salsa, and Ballet. We will spend 2 weeks on each style; learning fundamentals, techniques and choreography, fusing a routine together to perform at the end of the series. Join us for a journey of exploration through Dance! Class limit 20.
Boom Dance Studios staff K Commons $160/session (10 classes)
Jump Roping for Fun & Fitness Grades 1 – 5 Wednesdays to 2:30 PM
Join Genesee Hill parent Rene Bibaud as she shares Ropeworks’s “smart sequencing” approach to jumping rope. Classes help anyone, of any skill level to learn the steps to basic, intermediate and advanced level jump rope skills. Kids work together in a fun and rewarding environment of goal setting, best effort and team building.  Kids will play games, learn skills, develop new skills and stay fit in a fun-filled, high energy program. End of the session performance culminates the program. Bring your own jump rope or purchase one from the instructor for $5. Class limit 25.
Rene Bibaud, RopeWorks Gym $145/session (9 classes)
NEW! Kids Capoeira      Grades 2-5 Fridays to 3:30 PM
Do your children love to sing, dance, make music and play? In engaging class, students will learn music, movements and develop social relationships through interactive participation.

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art/dance that involves acrobatics and graceful movements. In this class students will learn how to “play the capoeira game”, and have an introduction how to play some of the percussion instruments from Brazil such as the” Berimbau”, African musical bow, drums and tambourine. The students will learn how to read and sing few songs in Brazilian Portuguese. Practicing Capoeira develops self-esteem, team work and promotes a better awareness about international culture and diversity in the world. Capoeira is centered around empowerment and inclusivity and is a wonderful way for kids to build community and a positive sense of self!

The class will be taught by Mestre Silvinho of the International Capoeira Angola Foundation (ICAF) Seattle. Mestre Silvinho has been leading the ICAF Seattle branch since 2004 and teaches Capoeira Angola classes at the Union Cultural Center in the International District, as well as at local colleges, public and private schools (Seattle Amistad School, Western Washington University, South Shore K-8, and Rainier Beach Community Center).  Class limit 10.

*NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed in exchange for priority enrollment and a 50% tuition discount. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.

Silvio do Reis TBD $130/session (10 classes)
CANCELLED – Lego Club Grades 2 – 4 Wednesdays to 2:30 PM
UPDATE – This class has been cancelled for Winter session due to a change in then instructor’s schedule.  Look for Lego Club to return in the Spring session!
Frank Smith, GH parent Room 1222 $75/session (8 classes)
Little Coders Grades 1-2 Mondays to 3:30 PM
Get them started early! The Little Coders class provides young students with the basics of computational thinking skills, such as loops and conditionals, through a fun blend of hands-on activities. The curriculum is built specifically for this age group, with a mix of activities from coding puzzles and board games to easy-to-use, drag-and-drop programming tools. Projects are updated each session, so returning students will have new challenges to work through and advance their knowledge. Class limit 12.

NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed to help out in class in exchange for priority enrollment and a 100% tuition discount for your child. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.

Coding with Kids staff Computer Lab $220/session (9 classes)
NEW! Magic:The Gathering Club Grades 4 – 5 Fridays to 3:30 PM
Calling all Spellslingers!   This is an opportunity for MTG enthusiasts to come together whether you are new to the game or an expert.  There will be an overview of rules and coaching of new players by their peers.  Learn to assess cards, what makes a deck and play strategies.  We will start Standard Format and see where that takes us.  Every club member will start out with a new deck that is theirs to keep. There will be an emphasis on fair play and inclusion.  Tuition includes a $25 supply fee to provide each student with starter deck of Magic cards.  This club will be hosted by GH parent, Michelle Wonder.  Class limit 10. NOTE: Initially we ask that participants not bring their own Magic decks.  After all club members are up to speed we may decide to allow outside decks for open dueling, but we are not responsible for outside decks or cards.  We will do our best to make sure everyone keeps track of their things.
Michelle Wonder, GH parent volunteer Room TBD $75/session (10 classes)
Mandarin Grades K – 3 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
This engaging class will use songs, games, and many other activities to make Chinese language fun for young learners. Students are quickly able to remember words, recognize basic characters and engage the teacher in simple dialogue; they also gain an appreciation for the Chinese culture and language! New and returning students are welcome! Tuition includes a $5 supply fee. Class limit 15.
Wendy Tan, Mandarin Experts Room 2110 $185/session (10 classes)
NEW! MODE Music and Performing Arts – Fantasy & Fairy Tale Scene Study Grades K – 2 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
For our young actors, these are the fairy tales you know – with a twist! Our students will learn the fundamentals of acting and storytelling in a scene study course using a collection of scenes from Fractured Fairy Tales by local actress and director Jan Ewen. These scenes take a comedic spin on classic fables and fairytales. For example, ESPN newscasters interview Jack out at the track where he does his training for candlestick jumping, Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater meets Mary Mary Quite Contrary, and Little Bo Peep compares sheep herding methods with Mary, of Mary had a little lamb. Class limit 15.
MODE Music and Performing Arts staff Room TBD $180/session (10 classes)
NEW! MODE Music and Performing Arts Musical Theatre Revue Grades 2 – 5 Thursdays to 4:00 PM
All of your favorite musicals in one session! Students will learn to use their bodies and voices to bring musical theatre classics and new Broadway favorites to life. We will learn the basics of scene study and character development for young actors as well as vocal performance and dance for the stage. Our teaching artists will choose several scenes and songs from shows the kids will love, such as Annie, Hamilton, The Lion King, and The Sound of Music. This class teaches teamwork, creativity, improvisation, and practical skills for combating stage fright and becoming a confident performer. Students will showcase what they learn in an evening final performance on March 21 at 7 PM. Class limit 30. NOTE: Please do not enroll this class if your child attends Aftercare at the SP site unless they can be picked up at GH after class ends at 4 PM.
MODE Music and Performing Arts staff Dance Stage $220/session (12 classes)
NEW! Sing Along with MODE Music Grades K-1 Fridays to 3:30 PM
In our introductory class, we will sing songs, explore instruments and have fun with music! All levels are welcome, but we encourage students with little to no experience to get them comfortable in a music setting. Using the songs of Caspar Babypants, popular songs of yesterday and today, and campfire sing-alongs, we will discover rhythm, song structure, lyrics and melody. A demonstration of learned material will take place the last day of class during the last 30 minutes. Class limit 15.

Support of our program supports our nonprofit, Mode Music and Performing Arts. We bring music and art to Seattle Title I schools and provide partial and full scholarships for families in need. Our goal is to create equity in arts programming within our educational system. For more information on our mission, visit modemusicandperformingarts.org.

MODE Music and Performing Arts staff Room TBD $180/session (10 classes)
NEW! MODE Music – Ukulele for All! Grades 2 – 5 Mondays to 4:00 PM
Come learn ukulele with us! Whether you’ve played before or have never picked one up, our group ukulele class gives students the opportunity to pick up and instrument that they can take with them anytime, anywhere. Basic knowledge of the instrument is introduced while learning to tune, strum, read tablature and read chord charts. Students will leave being able to pick out simple, familiar melodies and play a few 3 chord campfire songs. A small demonstration will take place at the end of the last class. A separate $30 supply fee will be charged for the purchase of a ukulele, or students can bring their own. Class limit 20. NOTE: Please do not enroll this class if your child attends Aftercare at the SP site unless they can be picked up at GH after class ends at 4 PM.

Support of our program supports our nonprofit, Mode Music and Performing Arts. We bring music and art to Seattle Title I schools and provide partial and full scholarships for families in need. Our goal is to create equity in arts programming within our educational system. For more information on our mission, visit modemusicandperformingarts.org

MODE Music Studios staff Room TBD $180/session (9 classes)
MODE Music – Vocal Performance Grades 2 – 5 Fridays to 4:00 PM
Mode Music presents our very own pop choir! In the tradition of school choirs, Mode’s Vocal Performance class gives students the choir experience with a popular music twist. Using popular music both new and old, students will learn breathing, melody, harmony and blending as well as song form in several different styles. A demonstration of learned material will take place the last day of class during the last 30 minutes. Class limit 15. NOTE: Please do not enroll this class if your child attends Aftercare at the SP site unless they can be picked up at GH after class ends at 4 PM.

Support of our program supports our nonprofit, Mode Music and Performing Arts. We bring music and art to Seattle Title I schools and provide partial and full scholarships for families in need. Our goal is to create equity in arts programming within our educational system. For more information on our mission, visit modemusicandperformingarts.org.

MODE Music Studios staff Music Room $220/session (10 classes)
Musical Minds Piano-Keyboard Club Grades 1 – 5 Mondays to 3:30 PM
Kids will have the opportunity to learn to play their favorite songs and music on electric keyboards. Radio hits, movie and television themes are made so easy, that our participants will be playing them after the very first class! The club is a combination of keyboard piano lessons and a music learning workshop, which uses a clever visual method to teach the basics of music reading and piano playing. We’ve developed lots of learning games and activities designed to teach kids basic music reading skills and playing techniques, in ways that are fun, engaging, and stimulating. We want our students to stay motivated and continue to want to learn to play music, whether they like Bruno Mars or Beethoven. We have all the music they want. We have music from Stars Wars, Jurassic World, Moana, Coco and lots more. Each participant has his/her own keyboard supplied during the class, along with headphones, and books and other materials are included. This session is for both brand new students AND returning and advanced students. Class limit 16. NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed to help out in class in exchange for priority enrollment and a 50% tuition discount for your child. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.
Musical Minds staff Music Room Mondays: $190/session (9 classes)
Puzzle Club Grades K-5 Thursdays to 3:30 PM
Join Ms. Grasel after school for a fun-filled hour doing puzzles! A wide variety of puzzles (ranging from 24 to 500 pieces) will be available to build, and students can save their work from week to week. Students can chart their progress over the session and take on increasingly challenging puzzles. Class limit 15.
Elizabeth Grasel* Room 2112 $75/session (10 classes)
Schmitz Park Nature Program Grades 1 – 4 Mondays to 4:00 PM
Continuing the tradition of the Wilderness Awareness at Genesee Hill, the Schmitz Park Nature Program invites students to come explore the great outdoors in an extended 2 hour class this Fall!  Wilderness Awareness School trained naturalist Kevin “Porcupine” O’Malley will lead students into Schmitz Park and will work closely with them to increase their awareness and knowledge of the natural world, including knowledge of Pacific Northwest plants, mammals, birds, wildlife tracks and sign, and local rain forest and coastal ecology. More information about the program at southsoundnatureschool.org.  Porcupine has been leading adult and family courses in nature for over a decade.  He’s particularly skillful in guiding children to have experiences that connect them to the Nature that surrounds them and to inspire questions with answers to be found on another day in the woods. NOTE: Students will be escorted from GH to Schmitz Park for this class. Pick-up will be at Schmitz Park field. Class limit 10. NOTE: Please do not enroll in this class is your child attends Aftercare at the GH site unless they can be picked up at SP after class ends*
Kevin O’Malley,

South Sound Nature School

Schmitz Park

(pick-up on playground)

$165/session (9 classes)
School of Rock Grades 1 – 2 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
School of Rock builds a exciting learning experience by employing strong teamwork and cooperative learning. We will explore fun games and activities that teach basic musical skills such as rhythm and pitch recognition. Much research and evidence has been documented citing the benefits of music education during a child’s early years to help them better develop skill sets in areas such as literacy, motor skills, and coordination. We will also get to study and try out many different instruments. Finally, all of our activities are rooted in classic rock and popular music that is enjoyable for both children and their parents. Class limit 12.

NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed to help out in class in exchange for priority enrollment and a 50% tuition discount for your child. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.

Ben Haber, School of Rock Music Room $125/session (10 classes)
Play and Learn Spanish Grades 1-2 Thursdays to 3:30 PM
This beginning Spanish class for younger students, taught by Ms. Santana, will expose your child to the Spanish language and culture in a fun, engaging environment through the use of songs, games, age appropriate books and activities.  The goal of this class is to foster an appreciation of and a level of comfort with the language, and just have fun! Class will include 15 – 20 minutes of recess (“play”) time. Tuition includes a $5 supply fee. Class limit 12.
Aranza Santana, GH staff Room TBD $80/session (10 classes)
Spanish 3-5 (new instructor!) Grades 3 – 5 Thursdays to 3:30 PM
This conversational Spanish class designed for older students will expose students to the Spanish language and culture in a fun, engaging environment through the use of songs, games, age appropriate books and activities. Students will learn and practice speaking Spanish. The goal of this class is to foster an appreciation of and a level of comfort with the language, and just have fun! Tuition includes a $5 supply fee. Class limit 12.
Aranza Santana, GH Staff Room TBD $80/session (10 classes)
Stone Soup Theatre –

Dragons Love Tacos

Grades K – 2 Mondays to 3:30 PM
Join Stone Soup Theatre for acting games, drama exercises, and a performance of the beloved story “Dragons Love Tacos.” Unfortunately for dragons, where there are tacos, there is also salsa. And if a dragon accidentally eats salsa, it causes problems. Big problems. Join us for an exciting tale of dragons, food, and fire, and help bring this classic story to life.  Download class flyer here. Class limit 15.

NOTE: A parent volunteer is needed to help out in class in exchange for priority enrollment and a 50% tuition discount for your child. Please contact the Enrichment Coordinator prior to registration.

Tempest Wisdom, Stone Soup Theatre 1st grade Commons $155/session (9 classes)
NEW! Tennis Grades 3-5 Friday to 3:30 PM
Back by popular demand, join Santana’s Sports to learn and play Tennis this winter! Students will learn the fundamentals of the sport and have fun learning to play tennis. Both new and experienced players are welcome!   Class limit 20.
Brieah Marino, Santana’s Sports Gym $155/session (10 classes)
Trendy Crafts – Oceans, Mermaids & More! Grades K – 5 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
Join Trendy Crafts this Winter to explore the deep blue seas. We will create mermaid and ocean inspired craft projects that are sure to be treasured! All materials provided. Class limit 15.
Loretta Campbell, Trendy Crafts 2nd Grade Commons $165/session (10 classes)
Trendy Crafts – Crafts Around the World Grades K – 5 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
Join Trendy Crafts for a crafting adventure around the globe! Students will discover new cultures as they create unique treasures from a different country every week.  As they craft, students will learn about the traditions and celebrations that inspired them.  All materials provided. Class limit 15.
Loretta Campbell, Trendy Crafts 2nd Grade Commons $165/session (10 classes)
Unicycle Grades 3 – 5 Tuesdays to 3:30 PM
Ms. Sealey returns for another year of Unicycle Club! This class is for both beginners and those who already know how to ride. Riders will practice their skills and learn new ones. We will even get on the giraffes! Class limit 25.
CJ Sealey, GH Hill Staff Gym $75/session (10 classes)
Yoga & Mindfulness Grades 3 – 5

Grades 1 – 2

Mondays to 3:30 PM

Wednesdays to 2:30 PM

Certified Yoga teacher and Genesee Hill parent Robin Lutton returns with her popular yoga and mindfulness class (inspired by Little Flower Yoga for Kids).  Classes are based on the five elements: Connect (with self, others, and environment), Breathe, Move, Focus, and Relax.  Students will explore their thoughts, breath, and bodies in a fun, safe, and engaging environment that in time will provide them with the tools for lifelong wellness. No class on 2/11 & 2/13.  Class limit 12.
Robin Lutton Room 1218 Mondays: $130/session (8 classes)

Wednesdays: $145/session (8 classes)


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