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Spring 2017 Clubs


2017 Spring Club Sign Up Form
 

Spring 2017 Club Sign Up – Due Friday, Feb. 3rd!

  • Club Previews run the week of January 30- Feb 3.
  • An After-Care Fee of $12.00 per day will apply to Preview Week.
  • Payment for clubs is due by Friday, February 3rd and does not cover the Preview Week.
  • Clubs run from 3:30 – 4:30 PM, unless noted otherwise.
  • Students who wish to enroll in a club must do so by Friday, February 3rd.
  • Spring clubs end the week of May 8-12, unless otherwise noted.
  • Minimum enrollment of 5, unless otherwise listed, maximum enrollment set by instructor

Rather than being billed for After-Care Fees, students who enroll in a club will pay at the time of registration. This will stabilize club enrollment and minimize bookkeeping. There will be no refunds for missed sessions.

 

Mondays

Studio Art Club (Upper School Students, age 13 and up); 12 sessions; Club Fee: $144

Instructor: Judith Kuegler

The studio art club is for students who are passionate about art and want to learn more about specific mediums, techniques or have projects they want to work on. The student can take as much time as she or he needs to master the chosen discipline and can build on knowledge learned. We will work in a relaxed atmosphere with focus on building an artistic skill set. Students of all skill levels are welcome to join as long as the student has the desire to learn. During the first club session each student will set goals for the semester.

 

Tuesdays

Mime! (Open to all grades); 12 sessions; Fee: $144

Instructor: Frank Dolan

Learn the history of mime and basic mime technique. Explore the interesting history of this art form as well as the technique involved. A great foundation for theater lovers and budding comedians.

 

Wednesdays

Sewing Open Studio (Grades 5-12); 12 sessions; Fee: $159

Instructor: Jenny Feaster (Limited to 8 students) (includes $15 supplies fee)

*Prerequisite: Students MUST have hands-on experience with operating a sewing machine.

Students with limited or exceptional sewing experience may participate. Students will devise and implement a project(s) of their choice under the guidance of an experienced instructor. Students will be required to purchase their sewing supplies (material, thread, patterns) for their project(s). The school will provide the following: machine, needles, pins, and sewing scissors. We have some sewing machines for students to share. Students are welcome to bring their own machine and store it a school for the duration of the club.


Soccer Shots BEGINS MARCH 1! (Grades K-5); 10 Sessions; Fee $120

Note: There is No Preview, Sign up online. Register & Pay Online here: rdu.ssreg.org

Students in grades K-5 have the opportunity to participate in this popular activity! Soccer Shots is an engaging children's soccer program with a focus on character development.


Strategy Board Games by Rio Grande, MayFair and others (Grades 3-12); Club Fee: 135.00*

Instructor: Michelle Banal (7 extended sessions) Weekly Club Time is 3:30 – 5 PM.

Note: This Club will NOT meet on March 1 or April 12, the last session Ends Wednesday, April 17

A few games in the mix: The Settlers of Catan, Risk, Pandemic, Machi Koru, Dominion, Citadels, Bohnanza, and many more…

 

Thursdays

Battle of the Books (Grades 5-8); 11 Sessions; Club Fee: $132

Instructor: Amy Cummings

This is a reading incentive program, new members are welcome! Students read books and come together in groups to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books they have read. This year's book list includes titles like Serafina and the Black Cloak, The Brooklyn Nine, Red Scarf Girl, Wonder, Bomb, I Am Malala, and 21 more! Student competitions are similar to any quiz-like TV game show. We will mostly prepare by reading and engaging with books this semester with the hopes of competing both internally and potentially with outside schools in the second semester.

 

Fridays

Studio Art Club (Middle Grade Students, ages 8-12) 8 sessions Club Fee: $96

Instructor: Judith Kuegler

The studio art club is for students who are passionate about art and want to learn more about specific mediums, techniques or have projects they want to work on. The student can take as much time as she or he needs to master the chosen discipline and can build on knowledge learned. We will work in a relaxed atmosphere with focus on building an artistic skill set. Students of all skill levels are welcome to join as long as the student has the desire to learn. During the first club session each student will set goals for the semester.