(Please note: Parents are required to be present at all activities and are responsible for supervising their children at all times.)
Field Trips: monthly educational excursions to museums and such set up by volunteer parents.
Activities: monthly physical activities open to the whole family, such as hiking, biking, skating, park days, swimming, etc.
Presentation Day: Monthly opportunities for our kids to learn public speaking skills, give presentations, and socialize via games and snacks.
Educational Enrichment Swap (EES): One time enrichment classes taught by participating moms/dads and held at various times during the semester. Topics,class date/time, and age ranges will be chosen by each instructor and be in areas of enrichment rather than curriculum.
Geography Fair: annual event where students study a country and prepare a display board, give an oral presentation about their country, along with possible food, clothing, and objects.
Science Fair: annual event where students prepare a science experiment, prepare a display board and give an oral presentation on their science experiment and its results.
Spelling Bee: annual event where students study a prepared spelling list and compete with their age mates.
Art Contest: annual event where students are allowed to submit 1 piece of art work for display based on three different age categories. Art work is then judging in a 'People's Choice" fashion and awards are given to the top choice in each age category.
Field Day: an annual outdoor spring event where children participate in running, throwing, and jumping competitions with friends.