After School Enrichment

Monday- Friday     3:00 pm- 4:00 pm
Children Ages 4-6 Years
Open to Enrolled Students and Community Members

Our enrichment classes are designed to challenge and inspire children to delve deeper into topics. These classes inspire creativity, imagination, art expression, and body awareness.  All classes are run either by our own teaching staff or experienced instructors from the community. 

Monday - Cook Book Club
Reading has never tasted so good with Jean Sheehy!  The children will listen to a story each class and will help prepare a kid friendly snack to accompany the book.  The children will be exposed to cooking terms, tools, and kitchen safety. Throughout the session,the children will compile recipes to create individual cookbooks to take  home and share with their families.  

Tuesday - Intro to Gymnastics  
Run, Jump, Tumble! Preschool gymnastics is a carefully designed movement class that focuses on the physical, social and emotional development of the pre-schooler.  Each class will include cardio, flexibility, balance, and coordination activities.  Children will be introduced to the magic of sport in a fun, friendly, and supportive environment. Amanda Mentuck is a USA safety certified gymnastics instructor and program director who has been teaching for over 20 years. 

Wednesday - Spring Explorers
Who lays eggs?  What lurks in the log?  What grows in the garden?  Grab your rubber boots and get    ready to explore the answers to these questions in our Spring Explorers program.  Each class offers a new nature adventure-blending games, stories, and hands-on activities to engage your child in learning and discovery.  ​​​​​​​

Thursday - Cooking with Maria
 You're never too young to start cooking! In this class, your child will learn about choosing and exploring healthy food options.  They will love the hands on experiences cooking provides as they create new recipes together each week. 

Friday - Acting for Youngsters
Jape Payette has been teaching acting to preschool aged children for 18 years.  He adds fun movements to upbeat songs and plays creative and imaginative games that help develop cognitive and physical skills.  Songs vary from popular children’s movies to seasonal themes throughout the year.  The children will laugh, sing, act and have fun!