Do you love flag football? Then flag football with Mr. Gray and Mr. Fernandez is the class for you. We will be learning rules, positions, and skills, as well as playing games, all while having fun and cooperating with friends in your age group.
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to 'Stevie Gray, Jr.' to the first class.
Class Contact: Stevie Gray, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Nicholas Fernandez, email@example.com
Spring Dates: 8 classes total, March 27th to June 5th; NO classes on April 10th, April 17th & May 29th
Have you ever wondered how to make princess castle cakes or Angry Birds cookies? If so, this class is just for you! In this class you will not only learn how to bake all sorts of yummy treats, but how to decorate them as well. Students will begin their culinary journey by learning to use piping tools on wax paper, building up to decorating cookies, and finishing with a fully decorated cake that they can take home and enjoy with their families. So, if you’re interested in making those princess castle cakes or Angry Birds cookies, sign up!
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to 'Kelli Rutherford' to the first class.
Class Contact: Kelli Rutherford, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Glebe turtles, Oscar and Smirny, for some fun and adventure. As spring arrives, Oscar and Smirny wake up hungry. They have kept their stomachs empty for months, and they want to get moving. As temperatures rise above 60 degrees, we will be taking them outdoors and allowing them to choose their own fresh green things to eat: clover, dandelions, purslane! Much of our discussion is about reptiles in general, and how utterly different they are from us mammals. This class is a time for weather-watching, and for finding the best weedy green foods right in our own backyard. In the classroom, we will research, imagine, and draw the turtles in their home habitats of China and Siberia. From a turtle's perspective, what are the scientific meanings of words like: "instinct," "opportunity," and "cold-blooded"?
The class fee will go toward turtle food, habitat supplies, and Oscar & Smirny's next visit to the veterinarian.
Payment Info: Please bring a check for $100 to the first day of class made payable to “Mark Charette”
Class Contact: Mark Charette, email@example.com
Students in K-1 will explore the season of spring by engaging in fun activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. We will make rain clouds in a jar, build coops for chickens (peeps), plant and observe the growth cycle of a seed, and much more!
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to ‘Mary Delmare’ to the first class.
Class Contact: Mary Delmare, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Burton will be running a Girls-Only Soccer Club! She will work on developing basic soccer skills and playing fun games. K-2 girls are welcome to join in on the action and practice those soccer moves!
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to 'Cassidy Burton' to the first class.
Class Contact: Cassidy Burton, email@example.com
Join Glebe Art Teachers Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Westergren in bringing your stories, real or imagined, to life! We will create drawings and paintings depicting our wildest adventures. We will create our own picture books and a picture book made by the whole group. Come in from the cold and warm yourself up with these magical tales.
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to 'Lynn Westergren' to the first class.
Class Contacts: Lynn Westergren, Lynn.Westergren@apsva.us; Stacey Lewis, Stacey.Lewis@apsva.us
Ms. Roberts and Ms. Pertl are excited to once again offer an after-school running club for 4th and 5th grade girls! As the weather gets warmer, we’ll enjoy the outdoors while exercising together. Each session will include a warm up, a short run at school/through the neighborhoods, a cool down, and a healthy snack. A club T-shirt will also be provided. This club is open to all fitness levels — we’ll keep it fun, social, and motivating!
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to 'Elise Roberts' to the first class.
Class Contact: Elise Roberts, firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Dates: 8 classes total, March 28th to May 23rd; NO classes on April 11th
This running club is for grades K-3 and will help students develop a love for running and healthy living through group exercises and interactive running activities. During each session, students will engage in running activities, participate in appropriate stretching (warm ups and cool downs) and also gain an understanding of the overall positive health benefits of running.
The American Sign Language (ASL) Club is for students to learn about the deaf culture and how to communicate in American Sign Language. Some of the lessons will include: alphabet, numbers, days of the week, common phrases/sayings, food, animals, and many more! During the club, we will be able to practice using the various signs through games and group activities. All former students are welcome--they receive different lessons/instruction.
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to ‘Christine Frantz’ to the first class.
Class Contacts: Christine Frantz, email@example.com
Travel around the world visiting one country each week. Children will enjoy fiction and nonfiction books to learn about different countries. They will taste different foods, play games, and make crafts. Pack your bags and let's go!
Payment Info: Please bring a check payable to ‘Jennifer Sebastian’ to the first class
Class Contact: Jennifer Sebastian, Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org