2017-2018 Second Semester After School Enrichments  2/5/2018-6/1/2018        Register at OakHillSchool.com

Monday

Grade

Time

Cost

Instructor

Location

Homework Club

1-5th

3:30-4:30

140.00

Ms. Kellie

French room

Robotics FULL

1-5th

3:15-4:30

190.00

Mr. Alex

Tech Center

Middle School Homework Club

6-8

4:00-6:00

$8.00/per

session

121 McDonald

Tuesday

Homework Club

1-5th

3:30-4:30

140.00

Ms. Ashanti

French room

Learning Computer Programming with Scratch

3-6th

3:15-4:30

125.00

Mr. Tim

Tech Center

Sole Sisters Girls’ Running Group

3-5th

3:30-4:30

150.00 for both days

Ms. Jenni

Ms. Tessa

Gather room

Middle School Homework Club

6-8

4:00-6:00

$8.00/per

session

121 McDonald

Wednesday

Homework Club

1-5th

3:30-4:30

140.00

Ms. Ashanti

Ms Pamela’s room

Robotics

1-5th

3:15-4:30

190.00

Mr. Alex

Tech Center

Artist Extraordinaire

K-3rd

3:30-4:30

215.00

Ms. Andrea

Lower Spanish

Home Skills FULL

3-5th

3:15-4:15

215.00

Ms. Nora

Kitchen/4th grade

Middle School Homework Club

6-8

4:00-6:00

8.00/per

session

121 McDonald

Chess

4-12

3:30-4:30

150.00

Mr. Cody

127 McDonald

Thursday

Adobe Creative Cloud Basics

5-12th

3:30-4:30

150.00

Mr. Rhodec

Tech Center

Middle School Homework Club

6-8

4:00-6:00

$8.00/per

session

121 McDonald

Friday

 

French Snacks

K-6th

3:15-4:15

135.00+ 25.00 supply fee

Ms. Christiane

Kitchen

Girls’ Robotics

1-5th

3:15-4:30

190.00

Mr. Alex

Tech Center

Sole Sisters Girls’ Running Group

3-5th

3:30-4:30

150.00 for both days

Ms. Jenni

Ms. Tessa

Gather room

Middle School Homework Club

6-8

4:00-6:00

$8.00/per

session

121 McDonald

NEW-----Middle School Homework Club

Grades 6-8

Instructor: Upper School Staff Alli (Minch, Kat Tippetts, Alice Chatham)

Middle School Homework club is for middle school students, 6-8th grade, from 4:00pm-6:00pm. Homework Club provides an opportunity for students who need a supportive, quiet environment to complete their homework at school. This class is offered on all Oak Hill School days for middle school.

NEW-----Chess

Grades 4-12

Instructor: Cody Webb

Come join us for a fun time learning how to play Chess. This course is for everyone who has ever been interested in chess, but has never been sure where to start. Students will learn everything they need to know to have a solid foundation in chess. They will learn

opening strategies, important middlegame concepts, and basic endgames.

Along with this training, they will use these skills in games against their fellow students. The best way to improve at chess is to play, and competition outside of class time is highly encouraged. By the end of this course, students will have a solid enough base of chess knowledge to compete in chess tournaments. If you are looking for an

activity that will allow you to flex your mental muscles, then you've

found the right place!

Cody Webb is the president of the University of Oregon’s Emerald City Chess club.

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS ---Adobe Creative Cloud Basics

Grades 5-12th

Instructor: Rhodec Erickson

Learn the essential skills you need to begin using the core Adobe Creative Cloud applications: Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, and InDesign. Learn how to work with photographs and images, create logos and graphics designs, edit video, and use desktop publishing to create complex posters, flyers, brochures, and other documents.

No prior knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud applications is necessary.

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS ---Drumming, Percussion & More (6 classes Ends 3/19/2018)

Grades: 4-8th

Instructor: Andrea DiPalma Yansane

Have fun playing inspiring poly-rhythms and traditional African beats while learning technique and musicality through interactive games and activities designed for self-expression and team building alike! Kids will enjoy playing beautiful drums, shakers, and rhythm sticks through group exercises and individual attention provided by West African Cultural Arts Institute's co-founder who has lived and studied in Guinea, West Africa, for close to seven years. Students will also have the opportunity to learn about the culture from Guinea as it relates to the rhythms taught in tandem with corresponding songs and  energetic movement.

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS ---Learning Computer Programming with Scratch

Grades 3-6th (Girls are encouraged)

Instructor: Tim Rogers

Program Description: Intended for all students with an interest in programming. This class will allow students to explore programming at their own pace and level. Students will use Scratch (http://www.scratch.org) to create animations, games, and lots more, mastering essential programming concepts as they do. Scratch is fun and easy-to-use and requires absolutely no previous programming experience.

Tim is the IT Manager and Computer instructor at Oak Hill School. He has worked with computers, networks, and students for over 20 years.

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS ---Strings

Grades 3-8th

Instructor: Donna Blanc

Donna Blanc is a cellist and native of the San Francisco Bay area.  Classically trained, her instructors also taught at the San Francisco Conservatory.  With decades of teaching experience, she will bring a dynamic enthusiasm to our after school music program this February.  In a joyful setting, children will learn the art of critical listening...  They will learn the skills to produce a beautiful tone from their instruments.   Students will also learn to balance musicianship during ensemble. All classes will be taught in a comfortable atmosphere.  The students will be encouraged to ask questions, if they need to. If you need help renting an instrument, Please feel free to call Donna Blanc, at (503) 943-0453.

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS ---Sole Sisters (Girls’ Running Group)

Grades 3-5th (Students will need to attend both days, Tuesday and Friday)

Instructors: Tessa Spurk and Jenni Miner

Soul Sisters is designed to encourage girls to find inspiration within themselves to embrace their individuality, and to overcome the challenges that life presents as they gain the strength to change the world around them. Soul Sisters is about creating a love of self and learning to find the strengths of the mind and body you are given while designing a healthy, active lifestyle that brings happiness! We will train our minds and bodies to be prepared to run the Eugene Marathon 5K race on April 28th.

Due to the waivers needing to be signed by parents, please register your daughter for this race at www.eugenemarathon.com as soon as possible.

EUGENE 5K COST

$20 until 1/5/2018; 11:59 p.m.

$25 until 3/15/2018; 11:59 p.m.

$30 until 4/20/2018; 11:59 p.m.

$40 at Health & Fitness Expo

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS ---Friday Girls Robotics

Grades 1-5th

Instructor: Alex Lowe

This class is for girls who are interested in robotics. The Girls’ Friday Robotics class is an introduction to robotics and engineering. This class discusses intro to simple programming, design and troubleshooting of Lego Mindstorm robots. For participants with more experience with Lego robotics, more advanced projects will be given. This class will eventually give participants the skills to compete in a Lego robotics tournament and will include mock tournaments and other competitions between participants.

Artist Extraordinaire

Grades: K-3rd

Instructor: Andrea DiPalma Yansane

Get ready kids to be creative and make a lot of really COOL and FUN art pieces from mediums like ceramics, printmaking, drawing, painting, sculpture, and more! Andrea has over 23 years of experience teaching the arts to children and is very passionate about helping students develop their own artistic process, gain skills and technique, experience creativity and self-expression. She has years of experience in making quality, kid tested and approved projects.

French Snacks

Grades K-6th

Instructor: Christiane Lamien

Bienvenue au gouter!

Students will explore French and francophone culture in greater depth. Le gouter, which means "snack time" in French, will be the focus of every class. The students will learn about the rituals, routines, and vocabulary surrounding food and mealtime in French culture.  In each class, we will enjoy one of the foods that typically makes up the French afternoon snack, like tartines, crepes, baguettes, and foods from other French-speaking countries like Morocco and Burkina Faso. We will also include art, music, and geography activities about the francophone world to accompany our snacks as the students improve their French language skills while having fun.

Home Skills

Grades 3-5

Instructor: Nora Wahlund

Students are invited to learn home skills on Wednesday afternoons this semester. We will touch on four hand crafts: crochet, knitting, felting, and sewing. We will also learn some fun cooking skills, such as how to make the ultimate mac and cheese and how to make your own soda. Join us for a crafty good time.

Homework Club

Grades 1-5th

Instructors: Ms Kellie Johnson and Ms Ashanti Gilbert

Homework Club provides an opportunity for students who need a supportive, quiet environment to complete their homework at school. The ratio will be six children to one adult or less.

Robotics

Grades 1-5th

Instructor: Alex Lowe

Introduction to robotics and engineering. This class discusses introduction to simple programming, design, and troubleshooting of Lego Mindstorm robots. For participants with more experience with Lego robotics, more advanced projects will be given. This class will eventually give participants the skills to compete in a Lego robotics tournament and will include mock tournaments and other competitions between participants.

Register at oakhillschool.com

Email questions to Cyndy Meno at cmeno@oakhillschool.com