After School Registration for Spring 2014

We are currently unable to provide you a copy of this form for your records. We recommend you make note of classes as you sign up for them. After receiving your form we will send you an email confirming your selection. If you have not received a confirmation from us within 3 to 4 days, please let us know. In the spring, after the first week of classes, you will receive a bill for all of your After School activities.
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PLEASE NOTE:

Cycle 2 classes run from Monday, February 24, 2014 through Friday, June 6, 2014. Certain classes do not run for the full length of the cycle and are offered "with Kids Club/Our Place" for an extra cost. This means that after your child's class has ended they will be able to attend Kids Club or Our Place from 3:00 to 4:30 for the remainder of the cycle. Kids Club (for 4/5s & 5/6s) and Our Place (for 6/7s & Up) are available until Tuesday, June 10. PRIVATE LESSONS: The After School Program offers lessons in Voice, Guitar, and Piano to children who are interested. Returning students will retain their lesson time. Kids Club for 4/5s and 5/6s Offered Monday-Thursday 3-6pm and Friday 1-6pm. Kids Club ends on 6/10/14. Kids Club offers children the opportunity to develop and grow through art activities, simple cooking, block building, movement, dramatic play, stories, and deck time. The After School Staff considers it their responsibility to provide an atmosphere that is both caring and nurturing for children at this important time of day. Saima Fayyaz is the head teacher Monday through Friday. She is a very versatile and experienced teacher. Our Place for 6/7s and Up Offered Monday-Thursday 3-6pm and Friday 1-6pm. Our Place ends on 6/10/14. Our Place is a special after school setting that offers children the opportunity to plan, create, and choose their own activities. Time is set aside for outdoor play, indoor games, art projects, healthy snacks, and other activities. Andrea Guttman is the head teacher Monday through Friday. Andrea is both an artist and a teacher.

MONDAY

All classes end at 4:30 pm except where noted. There are 12 sessions from 2/24/2014 through 6/2/2014 except where noted. Kids Club (for 4/5s & 5/6s) and Our Place (for 6/7s & Up) have 13 sessions and are available 3-6 pm until Monday, June 9. If your child will be attending Kids Club or Our Place, please make sure to choose the appropriate start time and end time and calculate the cost.

Class Descriptions

Creative Movement NEW 4/5s-6/7s with Callie Fray: Creative Movement is designed to give young dancers the opportunity to explore concept-based movement, allowing them to utilize and create their own personal movement, drawing on emotion, story and nature. While tools are shared to help the students become experienced movers, they delve into the exploration of spatial concepts, the use of energy, and how to effectively locomote through space. 12 sessions $395 Golf WAITING LIST ONLY 5/6s and 6/7s with Kate Tempesta's Urban Golf Academy (KTUGA): KTUGA's mission is to bring golf to urban environments and to share this wonderfully beneficial sport with children, both on and off the golf course. Their dynamic methods include combining a variety of child-friendly, modified equipment with traditional equipment in a mixture of fun, creative golf drills and games. Players will learn and practice the four basic shots as well as the rules and etiquette of golf. They work in both indoor and outdoor settings and create various stations that act as our golf course. The KTUGA program not only promotes physical literacy needed in any sport, but also ensures that each child is actively engaged and having fun. By the end of this program children will possess the skills and enthusiasm necessary to advance into this game of a lifetime. 9 sessions, starts 3/31 $370. Golf with Kids Club/Our Place through 3/10, $400 Super Soccer for Girls 5/6s & 6/7s: Get the ball rolling! Join Super Soccer Stars, New York City's most popular soccer development program. Dynamic, international coaches work with every student to develop skills, self-confidence, and teamwork in a fun, non-competitive environment. Positive reinforcement and a low child-to-coach ratio ensure that each child will improve his or her soccer skills through engaging warm-ups, drills, and games--all while having endless fun! Each child receives a t-shirt on the first day of class. 8 sessions, starts 4/7 $325. With Kids Club or Our Place through 3/31, $370 Woodworking WAITING LIST ONLY 5/6s & Up: Enjoy the challenge of working with wood. Children will work on their own projects and be introduced to an array of new tools. All material fees included. 12 sessions $410 PicoCricket Robotics 6/7s & Up with Walter Hunte: Using PicoCricket Legos, we will be making artistic creations with lights, sound, music, and motion. Our goal is to engage children in exploring, experimenting, designing, and creating. We organize the room in the spirit of an artist's studio or inventor's workshop, with art supplies, LEGO bricks and other craft materials. This could be viewed as a precursor to the LEGO Mindstorm robotic system. 12 sessions $400 Chess II 7/8s & Up with Howard Kipp Parker: This program is for the advanced beginner and will focus on learning various chess positions and the benefits of thinking several moves ahead. 12 sessions $400 Collage and Construction NEW 7/8s & Up with Maria Richa: Join us for some explorations and construction time. Students will explore with a wide range of construction materials to build fantasy places and traveling vehicles. Students will learn about the properties of various building materials such as cardboard, foam cord and card stock. Every week the experiences will provide tools to use when joining and each experience will lead to the next week activity. 12 sessions $395 Private Voice Lesson 10/11s & Up with Jodie Levinson: Jodie’s class will focus on strengthening the voice through warmups, breathing and singing songs. Students will pick a handful of tunes from which to work to expand range, style and musical tastes. The lessons are a half hour long. 12 lessons $410 (Returning students will retain their lesson time) Private Voice Lessons 10/11s & Up with Solange Prat: Classes start with a short relaxation with simple body movements. We then do a series of breathing exercises and vocal warm up exercises with the piano. After that we work on repertoire from Rock Band and also different songs that help us train different aspects; like tempo, pitch, head and chest voice. 12 lessons, half hour lessons $410, 20 minute lessons $350 (Returning students will retain their lesson time)







TUESDAY

All classes end at 4:30pm except where noted. There are 12 Sessions from 2/25/2014 through 6/3/2014 except where noted. Kids Club (for 4/5s & 5/6s) and Our Place (for 6/7s & Up) have 13 sessions and are available 3-6 pm until Tuesday, June 10. If your child will be attending Kids Club or Our Place, please make sure to choose the appropriate start time and end time and calculate the cost.

Class Descriptions

Yoga 4/5s to 6/7s with Kelly Childress: Yoga is a great physical release for all ages. Play Yoga is an energetic and creative experience. Kids are able to improve their coordination and body awareness, and also get to practice following directions and learning control. Kids get to use their imaginations during storytelling, and learn about animals and nature through the various poses during "trips" to see animals. Learning relaxation and self-control are important aspects of yoga. 12 sessions $400 Quick Start Tennis 4/5s & 5/6s and 6/7s & 7/8s: Children learn basic strokes more easily because the equipment and the court are age and size appropriate. They have more fun playing games and doing drills where they can experience success. Young players feel what it's like to "play tennis" and can easily progress to play, lessons, and competition on full size courts. 9 sessions starts 4/1, $410. Tennis with Kids Club/Our Place through 3/11, $445 Coolinary Creations NEW 5/6s & Up with Coolinary Kitchen: Each Coolinary Kitchen class will provide children the opportunity to hone their chopping skills and learn techniques such as sautéing, grilling, boiling, baking, sauces, and more. Recipes range from sweet to savory and students will be given a chance to create an original recipe as a cohesive group in their final class. Cooking lessons give children a boost of self-esteem, feeling of accomplishment and a new outlet for creativity. Let’s have fun in the kitchen and cook up a tasty treat! 12 sessions $440 Chess I WAITING LIST ONLY 6/7 & Up with Howard Parker: This is a program for the beginning player to build chess skills in a non-competitive environment. We will focus on learning various chess positions and the benefits of thinking several moves ahead. Chess is a game that is easy to learn but takes a lifetime to master. 12 sessions $395 Girls Leadership NEW 7/8s & 8/9s with Anneka Fagundes: Do you like to play silly games, act out scenes and do projects together with other girls? In this Girls Leadership Institute after-school program, girls will engage in fun group activities that help them to explore how to be awesome friends, express their feelings, and be confident and resilient in their communication with others. Girls will leave with friendship tools they can use in their daily lives and an enhanced understanding of what makes them unique and powerful. The program will end with a “round the room” family sharing of the various projects the girls have created! 12 sessions $480 Flag Football NEW 7/8s & 8/9s with Roll America coaches: Flag football is a no contact game that is fast moving and fun. Learn basic to advanced football techniques, passing, catching, & running plays. Then break into teams and play an exciting game. 9 sessions, starts 4/1 $330. With Our Place through 3/11 $360 After School Science 5/6s to 7/8s: 12 sessions $475 February 25, Gorgeous Graphology: Harley Spiller, Museum Educator. See a collection of world-famous autographs. Learn about the science of graphology (handwriting analysis) and create a signature that will let others know all about you. Study different typefaces, serifs, and other technical writing terminology and play the Name Game. March 4, Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Stephen Gould, Chemist. Optical illusions can trick us into seeing things that are not really there. We will look a number of illusions that are caused by the way light behaves and by the way our brain puts images together. Most of the illusions we’ll look at can be seen in everyday life, with everyday objects. Everybody will receive a packet of optical illusions to take home. March 11, Fascinating Fasteners – Stationery Store Science: Stephen Gould, Chemist. There are more than 20 ways to hold together, for example, two pieces of cardboard. We’ll see how many ways we can come up with. There is a lot of science and technology behind the ordinary stationery items that we use every day—and we will learn to appreciate them. Students will take home a fastener that everyone has used but that few, if any, will think of. April 1, Old Tool: The Spoon: Harley Spiller, Museum Educator. Spoons are one of mankind’s first tools. Students handle lots and lots of spoons in many ancient and space-age materials. All different kinds of spoons – spoons for digging into ice cream and spoons for digging to the center of the earth and lots more. Spoons for babies, spoons for nurses, spoons for doctors. spoons for presidents, spoons with holes in ‘em, and the very first spoon even! April 8, Fun with Paper: Stephen Gould, Chemist. We’ll look at some interesting properties of paper and learn to do some tricks with it. We’ll look at some unusual types of paper and students will take some home. Finally, we’ll make some paper novelties or curiosities to take home. April 22, From Magellan to GPS: Cartography thru the Ages: Harley Spiller, Museum Educator. Learn the sciences of geography and cartography. Handle a collection of rare and unusual maps and globes. Design your own new style map. April 29, Life Between the Tides: Catherine Granton, Marine Educator/Naturalist. Does Patrick really live in Bikini Bottom? Crabby Patty sets up shop in the intertidal zone. Children will create a personalized starfish magnet and learn about the fascinating critters that live between the waves and what the tide brings in and takes out. May 6, Salt Marshes – Mucky, Muddy, but Marine Magic! Catherine Granton, Marine Educator/Naturalist. There is a lot more to salt marshes than meets the eye. Learn how salt marshes are the natural filtration system for our urban waters and how marsh plants create a home for oysters, mussels, clams and small fish. Children will design and assemble their own shark tooth necklace and come home with an activity guide. May 13, Come Fly With Us! The Sea Birds of New York City: Catherine Granton, Marine Educator/Naturalist. Laughing gulls, are they really laughing at us? Do we have fish eagles in New York City? Children will get a bird’s eye view of living, nesting, and feeding on our coastal beaches. They will construct sea bird origami and receive a take-home activity guide. May 20, A Shellabration! Merryl Kafka, Curator Emeritus, NY Aquarium. Explore the world of mollusks, from the intelligent, shy octopus, to the giant clam, and its other cousins: squid, oysters, mud snails, and cone shells. Discover how mollusks move, eat, and protect themselves, and how mollusks have helped people in providing food, resources, and medicine. Shell handling, arts and crafts, and squid dissection. May 27, Fish and Sharks: Merryl Kafka, Curator Emeritus, NY Aquarium. Dominating the oceans for hundreds of millions of years, learn how fish are adapted for survival in all types of habitats. Students will learn how color, shape, size, patterns, and special body parts all play a role in their success and survival. Biofact handling and arts and crafts will reinforce "form and function" adaptations. June 3, The Horseshoe Crab - A Living Fossil: Merryl Kafka, Curator Emeritus, NY Aquarium. Learn about this ancient dweller that still exists along our coastlines. We will compare living specimens of horseshoe crabs with its distant relative, the trilobite, in the form of fossils. Live animal handling, biofacts, fossil examination, and arts and crafts will excite students about past and present life forms. Beginner Folk Guitar Group 6/7s & 7/8s with Betsy Blachly: Level 1 is for beginners with no experience. In the first year children learn Em, E, D, A7, G, & C; four strumming variations for the right hand while accompanying themselves singing. This can also lead to the electric guitar. 12 sessions, 3:15-3:45pm, $410 (Returning students will retain their lesson time) Private Piano 7/8s & Up with Tal Freiberg: Lessons run from September until the first week in June. Lessons are 30 minutes long with the first time slot starting at 3:10pm. Please be sure to note your first and second choice of day and time above because the lesson time will remain the same throughout the school year. Second payment, $570 (Returning students will retain their lesson time) Private Piano 7/8s & Up with Eiichi Shimada: Lessons run from September until the first week in June. Lessons are 30 minutes long with the first time slot starting at 3:10pm. Please be sure to note your first and second choice of day and time above because the lesson time will remain the same throughout the school year. Second payment, $570 (Returning students will retain their lesson time)







WEDNESDAY

All classes end at 4:30pm except where noted. There are 13 Sessions from 2/26/2014 through 6/4/2014 except where noted. Kids Club (for 4/5s & 5/6s) and Our Place (for 6/7s & Up) are available 3-6 pm. If your child will be attending Kids Club or Our Place, please make sure to choose the appropriate start time, end time and calculate the cost.

Class Descriptions

Super Soccer Stars 5/6s & 6/7s: It is our goal to teach soccer skills in a fun noncompetitive, educational environment. Our philosophy is to nurture, build self-confidence and to develop teamwork in every class. Our specially designed curriculum uses positive reinforcement and a low child-to-coach ratio to ensure that each child improves at his or her own rate while having endless fun. Each class focuses on conditioning and the basic fundamentals of dribbling, passing, defending and shooting. 10 sessions starting 4/2, $340. Soccer with Kids Club/Our Place through 3/12, $375 Origami NEW 5/6s & 6/7s with Hagit Shalev: Origami simply means ‘folding paper’. This class incorporates the age old art of storytelling. The children are entertained by a story as they watch the instructor as she folds the model. The story follows along each step in the folding process and culminates in a surprise ending, much to the delight of the children. In addition, due to their young age, students at grade k-1 focus also on developing their dexterity skills. 13 sessions $430 Aviation 5/6s & Up with Hobby Quest: We stay on top of the latest designs in Aviation. To keep ahead we always teach you new and advanced models that fly. You will learn to make tons of different types of airplanes and fly them on the roof. You will become an expert in Aviation. Learn how to make electric and rubber band models made from wood and foam and you get to keep your planes. 13 sessions $430 Hand Sewing WAITING LIST ONLY 5/6s & Up with Nelly Agron: Creating, through the delicate art of sewing, has never been so much fun. Students will construct their very own projects such as a stuffed animals, pillows, dolls, or handbags, all made from bright and colorful fabrics. 13 sessions $435 Dribbl WAITING LIST ONLY 7/8s & 8/9s with Dalton Coaches: Since 1995, Dribbl has been teaching kids of all ages the fundamentals of basketball, in a fun and safe environment. We like to focus on things like teamwork and sportsmanship rather than points and trophies. That said, we want our young athletes to walk away knowing how to handle the ball. So we hire the most passionate, talented coaches the City has to offer . . . we make sure they’re real nice, too. 13 sessions $435 Stage Stars 7/8s & Up with Broadway Bound: Do you like to act or sing or dance or maybe even do all three? Then Stage Stars is the class for you. If you like to act, you'll get to work on skits and scenes and you'll learn all about getting into character! If musicals are what you love, then you'll learn to act out and sing songs from Broadway shows! We'll also play tons of fun improvisation and theater games, our teachers are extremely talented teaching artists who customize each class to meet the needs of the students. See you on stage! 13 sessions $435 Chess III and IV 8s & Up with Howard Kipp Parker: For more experienced chess players who are interested in further improving their game in a non-competitive environment. More experienced players learn chess rotation and advanced strategies, including opening positions and end games. The focus will be on chess positions and continued benefits of thinking several moves ahead. 13 sessions $435 Science NEW 4/5s only with Anthony Cogswell of the Nature Company: 11 sessions, ends 5/21, $385 February 26, ABC Animals - A is for armadillo. B is for bat. C is for crow. Sing the Animal Alphabet Song, play alphabet games, do the alphabet dance, and see a puppet show. Meet live animals! March 5, Rocking Reptiles - Snakes, turtles, and lizards, oh my! Our scaly friends of the reptile world certainly have charisma. See first-hand what makes reptiles unique. Watch them move. Feel their texture. Learn all about scales. You won’t believe your eyes! March 12, Camouflaging Creatures - Now you see me. Now you don’t! Trying to find these camouflaging critters? You won’t! Unless you look really carefully that is! Search for real live camouflaging creatures! April 2, Animal Olympics - Who’s the fastest? Who’s the strongest? Who’s the slowest? Who’s the longest? And the winner is…you! Everyone’s a winner in the program of epic proportions! Discover who’s the coolest around, and then compete against the animals for the gold crown. In the Animal Olympics, everyone’s a winner! April 9, Leaping Lizards - Spiky lizards, bumpy lizards, and legless lizards, too! See how they move and learn what they eat. Some have spiky beards and others have pointy feet. You’ll meet them all and more! April 16, Animal Super Heroes – Spiderman, Batman, Dr. Octopus! Some of our greatest super heroes are named after animals. Learn about the animals that inspired them. Challenge the animals in games that test your own super powers! April 23, All About Dinosaurs – T-Rex, velociraptors, skulls, bones, and teeth! Dinosaurs were beyond belief. Learn about those extinct giants and meet their modern day relatives. April 30, Have to Have a Habitat- Animals abound from the tropical rain forests to the driest deserts. Discover what makes a habitat unique and perfect for the incredible animals that live there. Meet animals from the rain forest, desert, and our very own temperate forest! May 7, Incredible Invertebrates - They creep, they crawl, and they might make you squirm! Meet six-legged insects, millipedes, and worms! From faraway places to places like here, invertebrate animals are everywhere. Meet some up-close! May 14, Neighborhood Nature - Peek under that rock. Look up in that tree. You’re likely to find an animal or two or three! Amazing animals can be found everywhere, even in our own backyards. Meet animals who live right in our own neighborhoods. May 21, Ocean Explorers - Travel the seas to find animals and amazing islands that the animals call home! Search under the sea for crabs, lobsters, and fish. Private Piano 7/8s & Up with Tal Freiberg: Lessons run from September until the first week in June. Lessons are 30 minutes long with the first time slot starting at 3:10pm. Second payment, $570 (Returning students will retain their lesson time)







THURSDAY

All classes end at 4:30pm except where noted. There are 12 Sessions from 2/27/2014 through 6/5/2014 except where noted. Kids Club (for 4/5s & 5/6s) and Our Place (for 6/7s & Up) are available 3-6 pm. If your child will be attending Kids Club or Our Place, please make sure to choose the appropriate start time and end time and calculate the cost.

Class Descriptions

Art and Stories WAITING LIST ONLY 4/5s - 6/7s with Diana Jensen: Join us to explore concepts and illustrators presented in books. What better way than reading out loud and doing art at the end of a very busy day! This class will introduce students to artist/children book illustrators such as Romare Bearden, Leo Lionni, Eric Carle, Ezra Jack Keats, Faith Ringgold and many others. A variety of materials such as collage, clay, construction and painting will be used to explore and investigate the concepts presented or artist techniques. 12 sessions $400 Junior Sports Sampler 5/6s and 6/7s with Roll America coaches: The sports include waffle ball, soft soccer and other games such as races, freeze tag and other activities to keep the children in a world of diversity. 9 sessions starting 4/3, $365. Sports with Kids Club or Our Place through 3/13, $405 Myths and Legends WAITING LIST ONLY 6/7s & Up with Conor Gillespie: Join us as we immerse ourselves in epic tales. From Camelot we'll journey through the realm of the Fae, use the rainbow bridge into Asgard, and ride the ferry along the river Styx to visit the Underworld. As we explore the myths of ancient Greeks, Norse, Celts, and others, we will learn to recognize the common elements and faces of our characters: the trickster, the wise king, the earth mother and more. Once we have matched wits with the mischievous Loki, wrestled Hercules, ruled beside King Arthur, and followed the “hero’s journey”, we will craft our own legends and compile our stories into a volume to bring home and share. 12 sessions $395 Junior Ornithologist Club NEW 7 & Up with Katie Triest: In this class we will learn, observe, and investigate the unique characteristics of birds. Together, through bird behavioral studies, bird counts, and excursions we will become a team of scientists. The Jr. Ornithologist club will help enlighten students to better understand the hardships, adaptations, and day-to-day lives of birds - especially those living right here in New York City! 12 sessions $400 Fashion Design 7/8s & Up with Nelly Agron Learn to develop and draw fundamental fashion figures and garment details. Learn principals of color. Work well with pencil, colored pencils, and markers. Design your own full collection of swimwear. This is not a sewing class. 12 sessions, $400 Minecraft WAITING LIST ONLY 8/9s & Up with Michael Grant: Minecraft is a game which presents a virtual world of perfect cubes and challenges players to imagine, plan and create landscapes, architecture and other three-dimensional art. Students will learn the fundamentals of spatial thinking, geometry and even Boolean logic while collaborating on building the world of their dreams. The kids will be coding and testing their creations (rather than just playing Minecraft) they won't interact with anyone outside the class. 12 sessions $400 Shakespeare 9 & Up with John Regis and Laura Sametz: Come explore the magic of Shakespeare. We will perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream". This is a full year production ending with 2 performances in the spring. Second payment, $495 Guitar 2 7/8s & Up with Henry Chapin: For experienced guitar players. We will learn new chord progressions and new strumming styles with kid-centered repertoire, blues-based Rock'n'Roll, Bank Street School song repertoire. 12 sessions $540 (Returning students will retain their lesson time) Electric Guitar Group or Private Lessons 9/10s & Up with Eli Friedman: Learn how to rock on the guitar! Children will learn how to play in a way that is immediately satisfying and inspiring in a relaxed, cool atmosphere. Group lesson: 12 sessions $395. Private lesson: 12 lessons $540 (Returning students will retain their lesson time) Private Voice Class 10/11s & Up with Jodie Levinson: The class will focus on strengthening the voice through warmups, breathing and singing songs. Students will pick a handful of tunes from which to work to expand range, style and musical tastes. 12 lessons, half hour lessons $410. 20 minute lessons, $350 (Returning students will retain their lesson time)







FRIDAY

All classes end at 2:30 pm except where noted. There are 8 Sessions from 2/28/2014 through 6/6/2014 except where noted. Kids Club (for 4/5s & 5/6s) and Our Place (for 6/7s & Up) are available 1-6 pm. If your child will be attending Kids Club or Our Place, please make sure to choose the appropriate start time and end time and calculate the cost.

Class Descriptions

Taste Buds Cooking WAITING LIST ONLY 4/5s to 6/7s The Food Network has nothing on Taste Buds Kitchen, voted "Best Kids Cooking Class" by New York Magazine. Cook up a new tasty culinary adventure each week as you develop the skills to chop, mix and swirl your way to a food masterpiece. From nutritious meals to decadent desserts, this class will set you up to be a future Top Chef while expanding both food knowledge and palates with new ingredients. Budding chefs graduate as "developing Taste Buds" and receive an apron and personalized recipe book. 8 sessions, $450. Broadway Bound 5/6s & 6/7s with Broadway Bound Kids: Every child gets their chance to shine in Broadway Bound. This class helps bring out the creativity of each child through singing, dancing, acting and theater games. We'll learn songs from Broadway shows and we'll make up some of our own dance moves. This class gives kids a fun place to express themselves. Broadway Bound Kids is in it's 6th year of provided unique performing arts classes for kids in the New York area. Our teachers are extremely talented teaching artists who customize each class to meet the needs of the students. 8 sessions $295 Jewelry Making WAITING LIST ONLY 5/6s & Up with Nelly Agron: Students will enjoy beading and making wire jewelry, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and more. Wrapping and coiling beaded flowers all add to the fun. No previous experience is required. 8 sessions $285 Seido Karate 7/8s & 8/9s with Karin Ferber Hillman: Children will learn focus, respect, self defense, decision making, teamwork, coordination, self-discipline, and strong self esteem. 8 sessions $295 Sports Sampler I 7/8s & 8/9s with Roll America coaches: In this diverse multi-sport program, each week children will be introduced to a different sport, learn new skills, and then separate into teams to play a game. Sports include Baseball, Football, Floor Hockey and more. Students will also play Ultimate Frisbee, Power Ball, and an array of other great games to keep them involved in a world of movement, variety, and fun. Coaches are all trained, kid-friendly athletes with a focus on sportsmanship and team-building. 6 sessions starts 4/4, $240. Sports with Our Place on 2/28 & 3/7, $265 Mohr's Explorers 5/6s & Up, 1:30-3:30 pm: Gear up for weekly Central Park EDventures, including shelter building, bird seeking/identification and a wilderness obstacle course plus an original variety of awesome outdoor games & activities! This challenging outdoor program builds confidence, while encouraging teamwork, creativity and open-ended education. The possibilities? Endless. The experiences? Memorable. The FUN? Guaranteed!! We will be outdoors; please be prepared for all types of weather and visit www.mohrs-explorers.com for further information. 8 sessions $515 Minecraft WAITING LIST ONLY 9/10s & Up, 3:30-4:30 pm, with Michael Grant: Minecraft is a game which presents a virtual world of perfect cubes and challenges players to imagine, plan and create landscapes, architecture and other three-dimensional art. Students will learn the fundamentals of spatial thinking, geometry and even Boolean logic while collaborating on building the world of their dreams. The kids will be coding and testing their creations (rather than just playing Minecraft) they won't interact with anyone outside the class. 8 sessions $285 Hip-Hop/Jazz NEW 9/10s & Up, 3:30-4:30 pm, with Callie Fray: Hip Hop/Jazz is designed to introduce dancers to basic concepts of jazz technique while also focusing on creating a fun, upbeat environment to learn and perform hip hop choreography. Students will gain understanding and development in areas of rhythm, body isolation, coordination, jumps, turns and floor progression, while building community and confidence throughout this course. 8 sessions $275 SporTime NEW 9/10s & Up, 3:30-4:30 pm Ricky Forde: SporTime will be offered as an opportunity for students to play a number of sports and games that are played in gym class, and they will also be working on fine tuning basic athletic skills and fundamentals. While focused on increasing athletic skills the main factor will be fun, fun and one last thing fun! Ricky has been teaching at Bank Street since 2000, and has been coaching numerous athletic teams such as Basketball, Football, soccer, volleyball, and softball. SporTime is a chance for students that are either beginners or advanced to learn and play in a safe and encouraging environment. Ricky Forde, BS. RAA (Registered Athletic Administrator) Athletic Director/Phys Ed Teacher 8 sessions $320







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General Information

1. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. 2. A class may be canceled if enrollment becomes insufficient to support it. 3. Fees are fully refundable until after the first class. 4. A late fee of $35 will be charged for registration received after Monday, February 10. 5. Registration for classes is currently online, payment for classes is not. After registering online you will receive an email confirming your slot in the class. After the first week of classes you will receive a bill which you can pay by check or credit card. 6. Registration is finalized when payment is received. Limited financial assistance is available; please call Linda Lake (212-875-4430) for more information. 7. Drop-in service payment ($12/hour) for Kids Club or Our Place can be payed on the day of service by check or credit card. If you intend to use our drop-in service please make sure to let us know beforehand. 8. All classes end at 4:30pm or 2:30pm on Fridays unless otherwise noted. Kids Club and Our Place end at 6pm. 9. In order to keep your child safe, please call or email the After School Office (212-875-4430, llake@bankstreet.edu) if your child will not be attending his/her regularly scheduled class.