Spring 2023 Courses:
Let's Get Moving! | PK3 & PK4 | Tuesdays | Gina Bass
Let's Get Moving is focused on developing gross motor skills through play. The students will enjoy a variety of activities to help improve balance, coordination, strength, fine motor skills, and overall health. Students will have fun working their bodies! This class will happen from PK dismissal to 2:10pm.
Coding for Kids | 1st-3rd | Wednesdays | Dena Williams
Coding for Kids will be a collaborative experience where students learn age-appropriate fundamentals to coding. In the class, we will learn about the basics of programming while working on collaboration techniques, critical thinking skills and practice persistence when facing difficult tasks. We will be using a variety of techniques to learn these skills, but students’ favorite will be utilizing games to learn coding. No experience needed!
Small Saints Cheer | Kinder-3rd | Tuesdays | Mary Grace Bloomfield
Small Saints Cheer is an opportunity for some of our younger students to have a cheerleading experience. Students will learn the basics of cheer, like movement, stretching and a routine. Students will have the unique opportunity to perform at the All Saints pep rally with our Middle School cheerleaders.
Art Club | 3rd-5th | Tuesdays | Kesha Norman
At Art Club, we will work on the art skills that each student is interested in and do the projects that are the most fun! Whether it is drawing, embroidery, weaving, painting, crocheting or 3D art, we will be producing all of the “fun art” that students love each week. Regardless of the project, students will learn fundamental art skills that are masked to just be fun art projects. Let’s get messy. Let’s make cool things. Let’s have fun!
Personal Finance for Kids | 5th-7th | Wednesdays | Travis Walker
Learn how to manage your money in this program promoting essential life skills! Set your financial goals, develop a budget from scratch, shop for a credit card and calculate the monthly cost of your dream car. Students also learn about mortgages, FICO scores, taxes and the dangers of piling up debt. Through simulations and hands-on activities, participants gain confidence to explore financial decisions they will have to make in the future.
E-Sports| 4th-8th | Thursdays | Sean Adamic
E-Sports is taking gaming to the next level! We will train in Rocket League and hold internal tournaments. We will be working hand, eye coordination while building community around gaming. This class will prepare players for a larger state tournament that will happen next semester.E-Sports in schools is not just about playing video games. Just like other team sports, E-Sports teach valuable real-world skills like teamwork, communication, and critical thinking. By offering E-Sports as an enrichment course, schools reach students who often are otherwise disengaged from the school community. Close to 100 colleges and universities are members of the National Association of Collegiate E-Sports (NACE), the official governing body for varsity esports. Nearly 200 US colleges collectively offer around $15 million a year in E-Sports scholarships.