Students will study with Howard Latting of WMA Karate. Each of our students enter the program with a desire to learn, enjoy robust physical activity and participate as a team. This program is based on Korean Art and Modern Teachings.
Pre-K-1st Grade at 3:30 2nd-5th Grade at 4:30
Pre-k-1st Grade at 4:30 2nd-12th Grade at 5:30
2nd-12th Grade: 3:30 Brown and Black Belt Club: 4:30
Calling all Pokeman Go fans. The students will play the game with fellow classmates in Central Park. Students are encouraged to bring an ipad or phone to this class so they can play. If you do not own a device Trevor will give your child one for the class.
This class offers a wide range of creative projects, in which children sculpt, paint, draw, and build with different materials. Tapping a child’s endless imagination as a resource—as well as viewing other artists’ work for inspiration—this class celebrates the joy of creating.
This class meets on Tuesdays and or Thursdays for N-1st Grade at 3:30.
Students will participate in a variety of sports—including soccer, baseball, football, and track. All game playing is relaxed and emphasizes teamwork, good sportsmanship, and having lots of fun. The class is held in Central Park (or, in the event of inclement weather, in the gym).
Welcome to Hogwarts! In this class, each student is assigned to a house and becomes an official student of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In each class, we will explore different subjects through a variety of activities: We will read tea leaves in divination and create magical concoctions in potions; we will learn about the magical creatures of the wizarding world and create our own magical beasts in care of magical creatures. This class is good for readers of Harry Potter, as well as those who have not (yet) started the books.
This class is on Thursdays and is in-person and on Zoom.
Ms. McCloskey will have her students will create recipes each week based on different Holidays. The students love this class, so make sure not to give her child an afterschool snack since they will be licking the spoons weekly!!!
Join Joel’s experienced, kid-friendly coaches for a fantastic season of inline skating and skateboarding. These are great classes for the young athlete to learn—not just one, but two― skating disciplines. Those who just want to learn one technique can do so.
Inline skating: Every week, coaches will teach a new skating skill—from basic balance, stopping, turns, skating backwards, and more. Whenever the weather is suitable, students will have terrific fun on wheels in Central Park. This class is open to all skill levels of skaters.
Skateboarding: Whether you already know how to do an “Ollie” or want to get started with skateboarding, this program is for you. Learn and enjoy the basics through advanced moves on a skateboard. From push-offs to “fakies,” this safe program will thrill students.