LOWER SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT, WINTER 2019
This is a 10-week session. Classes begin the week of January 13 and run through the week of March 16. Classes run from 3:15-4:15 pm. An after school staff member will drop-off / pick-up students to / from their enrichment class. Students participating in bus transportation will join After School Supervision and will ride the 5:00 pm late bus.
Students are enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis.
If a class fails to reach required enrollment, it will be cancelled.
If cancelled, parents will be notified as soon as possible.
Classes will be billed to your student account after the first class. If you choose to withdraw from a class, you must do so prior to the second class.
Withdrawals after the second class will not be refunded. There are no refunds for absences or missed classes due to athletic practices / games.
Course prices vary dependent on number of classes. Some courses have fewer classes due to observed holidays.
JESSICA ZUNIGA, ASE Coordinator
(818) 986-5045, firstname.lastname@example.org
LOWER SCHOOL ASE REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
- MONDAY: Cheer
- TUESDAY: Animal Encounters, Amazing Adaptations
- WEDNESDAY: Claymation, Star Wars Galaxy
- THURSDAY: Sewing
MONDAY: Cheer, $240
*no class on 1/20 or 2/17
In this exciting class, students will learn the fundamentals of the sport of cheerleading! This class will cover cheer motions, jumps, drills, and an introduction to stunting and tumbling. Students will increase strength, flexibility, agility, and body awareness. Safety and spotting are stressed as safety is the most important aspect of any sport. Students will learn routines to help put these fundamentals into practice. So come jump, tumble, and CHEER with us!
TUESDAY: Animal Encounters, Amazing Adaptations, $300
Join us as we discover animals’ amazing adaptations! Students will meet animals with adaptations perfectly suited for their diverse ecosystems throughout the world. We will explore the different ways different animals face the elements and other perils of the wild.This hands-on class will introduce students to a new live animal each week as they explore what makes these animals truly unique in the animal world. Students will learn about these animals in a variety of ways such as; games, stories, art projects and of course animal interactions! Come join us this session, where you'll meet a variety of new animal friends. We have over 500 animals, many of which have been adopted or rescued.
WEDNESDAY: Claymation, Star Wars Galaxy, $300
Are you fascinated by the story & characters of the Star Wars movies? In this creative class, students will get to design and build their own unique aliens, Jedi Knights, Sith lords, or anything their imagination can think of. Once the clay-characters are complete, Students will utilize iPads to bring their masterpieces to life using the art of stop-motion-animation. After the filming is complete, they will choose their music and supply the voice-over. All projects will be available to view and download.
THURSDAY: Sewing, $270
*no class on 1/30
Learn to hand sew and embroider with Miss Shannon’s Sewing. First project teaches how to sew on a button. All other projects teach each stitch and skill. Projects include a star sachet, heart emoji and super soft sloth pillow. All materials and sewing kit are included.
SERVICE LEARNING STATEMENT
Service Learning A key emphasis of the Westmark education is on the development of responsible members of society who contribute their time, energies, and talents to improving the quality of life in our school, community, nation, and world.
A superb education is much more than knowledge gained within the walls of a classroom. Service to our community helps develop our students’ realization of their ability to act as contributing and positive members of their community, both within and outside of Westmark.
In addition, service learning provides opportunities to build leadership experiences, develop creative talents, and increase awareness of the world at large. Students may even explore career paths as a result of volunteer involvement and thoughtful reflection.
GOALS OF THE WESTMARK SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM
- To shape young adults who possess strong personal values and who understand the importance and benefit of helping others.
- To develop leadership and teamwork skills.
- To build relationships with non-profit organizations and the outside community.
- To fine tune unique talents and interests.
- To uphold the principles of community involvement and thoughtful action.
- To learn how to effectively engage with the complex global society.
Westmark integrates service learning in each grade level’s curriculum.
Service opportunities will be age appropriate in breadth and depth. During school hours, each grade level will have a chance to prepare for and learn about their service learning project, perform their service, and debrief and discuss their experiences. We want to ensure that 100% of our staff and students are involved in service to our Los Angeles community and beyond.
Specific service learning projects will be highlighted at the beginning of the year, however we also want to be ready to extend our services should any pressing need present itself during the year. We also strongly encourage students and families to inquire within their own community, church, synagogue, scout groups, YMCA, local hospitals, food collection agencies, etc…to see what opportunities are available. Some of the richest experiences are those that a family does together.
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