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Class Descriptions

After School Program Class Descriptions

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  • 1st-2nd Grade Basketball (Thursday)

    In this co-ed class the students will learn basketball skills and play games each week.
  • 1st-5th Grade Glee Dance (Wednesday)

    If you love to sing and dance then this class is for you. The students will learn a dance and sing a long and then perform at the end of the term for their families.
  • 1st-5th Grade Hip-Hop (Wednesdays)

    Calling all Hip-Hop dancers. The students will learn the basics of Hip-Hop and perform for their families at the end of the Trimester. 
  • 1st-5th Grade Jazz Dance (Wednesday)

    Calling all Fosse dancers. The dancers in this class will learn the dance style of Jazz and create a routine to share with their families at the end of the term.
  • 2nd-5th Grade Boys Running (Mondays)

    This class is all about fitness, inside and out. Together, they practice warming up, jogging, sprinting, relay races, and tracking progress with timed runs—all while rooting for each other.
  • 2nd-5th Grade Cardio Dance (Mondays)

    In this fun upbeat dance class, students will burn calaories and stay fit through a fun energized warm up, cardio dance routine and relaxng cool down each class! 
  • 2nd-5th Grade Marvel Academy (Mondays)

    Calling all Marvel fans. Mr. B will teach the kids all about different Marvel characters and the students will make art projects that go to each character each week!
  • 2nd-5th Grade Trevor Podcast Dragons (Tuesday)

    The students in this class will create their own podcasts to share with the Trevor community.
  • 3rd-5th Grade Best of Broadway (Thursday)

    Calling all Broadway Fans. The students will perform hits from different Broadway Shows and perform a medley at the end of the term.
  • 3rd-5th Grade Boys Basketball (Tuesday)

    In this class the boys will play and learn skills in the game of Basketball!
  • 3rd-5th Grade Drama Dragons (Thursday)

    This class is for all actors who love to perform. The students will learn improv and learn different skills that make them actors. The students will perform a show at the end of the term.
  • 3rd-5th Grade Girls Basketball (Friday)

    Girls will learn the skills of the game and play weekly games in this class.
  • 3rd-5th Grade Girls Volleyball (Mondays)

    The girls in this class will learn the beginning skills of volleyball and then play a game each week.
  • 3rd-5th Grade You're A Goodman Charlie Brown (Thursday)

    This class will require auditions, however anyone that auditions will get a part. The students will perfrom the Jr production of You're a Goodman Charlie Brown.
  • Kindergarten-2nd Grade Building Legos and More (Thursday)

    This fun class fills up every year. The students will build different lego structures each week on their own, or in groups or pairs. 
  • Kindergarten-2nd Grade Minecraft (Mondays)

    Calling all minecraft fans the students will work with Mr. Berishaj in the fun class playing Minecraft.
  • Kindergarten-5th Grade Beginner Mandarin (Wednesday)

    Manhattan Mandarin will instruct this class. This class is for pure beginners who are interested in learnng the Mandarin Language. Students will learn the language through music, art and reading and writing.
  • Kindergarten-5th Grade Mandarin Level 2 (Wednesday)

    Manhattan Mandarin will teach this class for students have have had prior experience taking Mandarin. 
  • Kindergarten-5th Grade Martial Arts (Wednesdays and Fridays)

    Howard Latting the owner of World Martial Arts Association will instruct this class. At the end of the year we will have our year end belt promotion test.
  • Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten Creative Theatre (Monday)

    In this class, the students will explore storytelling and learing the skills on how to act out storys. Students will also play introductory Theatre Games and Sing.
  • Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten Sticky Science (Tuesday)

    Mr. Nolan will create fun and hands on science experiments each week in the is class.
  • Nursery Soccer (Wednesday)

    Mr. Nolan will play and teach our Nursery students soccer skills and the students will play games each week.
  • Nursery-Kindergarten Hip-Hop (Thursday)

    In this fun class, the students will learn the basics of Hip-Hop and they will create a dance routine.
  • Nursery-Kindergarten Tap Dance (Thursday)

    In this fun class, the students will learn the basics of Tap Dance and they will learn different routines.
  • Nursery-Kindergarten Tumbling/Acrobatics (Thursday)

    In this fun class, the students will learn the basic skills of Acrobatics, Tumbling and Dance.
  • Pre-K–Kindergarten Soccer (Monday)

    This class is an introduction to soccer. Classes build basic soccer skills (dribbling, passing, trapping, scoring) and develop a child’s confidence on the field. Students also learn sportsmanship and team play. The play is non-competitive―so, they learn how to apply skills in real-game situations.
  • Pre-Kindergarten–1st Grade Art (Tuesday)

    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.
  • Kindergarten–1st Grade Chess (Tuesday and Wednesday)

    Children learn the basics of chess in a friendly and focused atmosphere. The class is suitable for everyone—from beginners to more advanced players. 
  • 2nd–5th Grade Chess (Tuesday and Wednesday)

    Children learn strategies and tactics to improve their analytical and practical chess skills. The class is suitable for beginners to tournament-level players. 
  • 1st–2nd Grade Soccer (Tuesday)

    Students will learn the rules of soccer, how to receive, pass, dribble, and shoot. They will also learn the importance of position, give and go, and teamwork—all of which will improve their skills and ability to strategize. Students work with a teacher individually, in pairs, and in teams.
  • 1st–5th Grade New York Empire Baseball (Thursday)

    New York Empire AfterSchool baseball players are grouped by age and skill level. Each week, players train and practice in a series of structured lessons that are engaging, developmental, and fun—followed by a baseball game. The program is rain or shine; we use our own indoor space, if needed. Classes are taught by New York Empire Baseball’s coaches and instructors. More information is available at www.newyorkempirebaseball.org.
  • Kindergarten–2nd Grade Creating Theatre (Monday)

    Fall Semester
    Theatre Games and Improvisation:
    Students work both independently and as a group in a creative, non-competitive environment. This class teaches much more than theatre; students also learn about spatial relationships, teamwork, concentration, and problem solving. They work solo, with partners, and as part of a larger cast. They are introduced to all the basic forms of improvisational theatre, while they have fun, learn to take risks, and to think on their feet.

    Winter Semester
    Theatre and Storytelling: 
    Students explore both scripted and non-scripted material, focusing on teamwork, problem solving, accessing one’s imagination, and storytelling. The semester culminates in a short play that students present to their fellow AfterSchool participants.

    Spring Semester
    Musical Theatre: 
    Students learn how to present a story through music and movement; through exploration of silly—and developmentally appropriate—warm-ups, songs, and dances. The semester culminates in a short revue presented to their AfterSchool peers.
  • 2nd–5th Grade Sports (Monday)

    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).
  • 2nd–5th Grade Harry Potter and Hogwarts School (Thursday)

    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.
  • 2nd–5th Grade Girls Running (Monday)

    This class is all about fitness, inside and out. Girls lift each other up and bond over shared experiences, creating supportive connections that last. Together, they practice warming up, jogging, sprinting, relay races, and tracking progress with timed runs—all while rooting for each other.
  • 2nd–5th Grade Fashion and Jewelry Making (Thursday)

    In this class, we have the opportunity to make connections with fellow crafters, as we learn the basics of sewing: pinning, threading needles, and stitching personalized designs. We re-purpose materials for sewing projects and do the same as we make necklaces, bracelets, headbands, and more. We add an environmentally conscious spin to all our creativity. 
  • 2nd–5th Grade Cupcake Club (Tuesday)

    Ms. McCloskey will have her students every week decorate cupcakes and the best part of this class is that the students get to eat the cupcakes at the end of each class.
  • 2nd–5th Grade Healthy Desserts (Tuesday)

    Fruit, natural ingredients, and moderation all come together as students whip up desserts that don't sacrifice flavor for our health.
  • 2nd–5th Grade Fun Appetizers ( Tuesday)

    Bruschetta, salsa, and fruit kabobs are just some of the delicious and easy-to-make treats children learn to create in this class.
  • 3rd–5th Grade Soccer ( Wednesdays, Thursday, and Friday)

    The primary goal of this class is to have fun and learn how to play soccer; children will learn all the basic principles and individual skills. They will learn various techniques through training sessions of warm-ups, passing lanes, scoring, goal-keeping, foot coordination, speed drills, conditioning, and the roles of offensive and defensive positions. They will play a fun scrimmage game to practice and assimilate all that they have learned. The class also teaches core values of sportsmanship, teamwork, respect, and sharing.
  • 2nd–5th Grade Inline Skating and Skateboarding with Joe’s Kids on Wheels (Tuesday)

    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.
  • 2nd–5th Grade: Coding (Monday and Tuesday)

    In AfterSchool Coding, students use iPads and Chromebooks to learn about computer programming and game design. They engage with computers as a medium for creativity, communication, problem solving, fun, and expression. The course inspires students to learn computer programming concepts, as they build their own games and share them with friends.
Ambitious academics.  Engaged students.  Balanced lives.

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