Below are the available details about remaining spots available for clubs running Winter/Spring 2020. New details are in red under each club name.
Let’s Build It
Registration is still open without a wait list for Let’s Build It. Enter the fascinating world of robotics. In this exciting STEAM program, students will design, build and test their very own robots under the guidance of an experienced AES instructor. Projects include remote control cars, claws, cranes, crawlers, and battle bots. Educational components include gear ratios, mechanical design, electronics, and robotics engineering. No previous experience is necessary, just a desire to have fun, build, and learn. Each student will receive an award on the last day of the session, and have the opportunity to earn Energy Belts to demonstrate their learned skills!
January 27th – April 6th, no class 2/17, 3/16 3:05-4:05 pm
Email contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday: Chess Club (This is only open to current participants. Registration for Chess was for the entire year and already closed)
Sixteen spots remain for The Young Rembrandts program. This art club provides the tools needed to succeed at drawing – a teaching tool from which the majority of learners prefer and ALL learners benefit! Our program works because it’s not only hands-on and visual…it’s simply fun. We take kids from thinking they’re not “artists” to knowing they can achieve this, and everything else, they put their minds to. Young Rembrandts will have 2 classes: one in the library and one in the art room at 3 pm.
Email contact is: Rebecca.email@example.com
Marathon Kids-Outdoor track
Marathon kids is currently full. If you would like to be on the waitlist please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If a parent volunteer would like to be in charge of opening a third day we will reach back out to you. We apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment this has caused.
Habitat Kids Yoga Club (Thursday, 3:00 – 4:00 pm in the library)
Nine spots remain in yoga club! Looking for a way to move, stretch, breathe, and relax after a long day at school? Join Rebecca Kokubun to discover yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a way that is playful and FUN! Habitat Yoga classes include yoga poses and sequences, energy-releasing games, calming and focusing breathing exercises, and guided meditations. This club is great for kids who enjoy gymnastic activities, have extra energy, or have trouble focusing or self-regulating in stressful situations.
Email contact:email@example.comTo sign up please register at MindBody by clicking this link: http://tiny.cc/8yvkgz
In Cooking Club, young chef’s will prepare seasonally appropriate recipes to enjoy while learning methods and techniques they can apply to cooking with their families at home. Meets in art room with 2 classes, both meeting at 3.
Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nashville Soccer United – Playground
Teaches the foundation skills of soccer in a fun “game” based approach. We emphasize technique, decision making (understanding) character, good sporting behavior and fun. Practice is at Sylvan Park Elementary starting Thursday, March 12, and games are at Glendale Elementary on Saturdays beginning Saturday, March 28.
Grades: K-2nd (3rd and 4th if they cannot make the other practices
For more information, visit www.clubhenry.com call 615-491-5989 or email NSU.email@example.com.