After School Activities

Soundview offers enriching after school activities (ASAs) to provide students with opportunities to explore new hobbies, participate in individual and team sports, play instruments, and learn valuable skills. If you have any questions, please contact the ASA Coordinator Molly Bisset at mbisset@soundview.org. Thank you!

Spring After School Activities - March 13-June 2

Please register by March 8, 2017

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After School Activity Descriptions

Construction Club

Grade: 2nd-4th grade

Number of students: 3 minimum, 12 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/13-5/22, No class 4/3

Time: 3:45-4:45 PM Monday

Room: Science Room

Teacher: Mr. Bill

Registration Cost: $150

Mr. Bill’s Construction Club offers students a fun, creative outlet to build self-confidence and motor skills while creating keepsake models and practical items to use and treasure for years to come! Students learn how to use tools safely, problem-solve, and build projects with their own two hands. In addition to the take-home masterpieces they will create, students will also contribute to a community service project.

Scratch

Grade: 1st-6th grade

Number of students: 3 minimum, 10 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/14-5/30, No class 4/4

Time: 3:45-4:45 PM Tuesday

Room: Computer Lab

Teacher: Ms. Cera

Registration Cost: $132

Have your students explore basic computational thinking through the drag-and-drop platform, Scratch. First through 6th grade students will be introduced to basic programming concepts as they learn specific tools for building games. Using their imaginations, they will create and manipulate sprites as they learn steps to design and build their own games.

Role Playing Games

Grade: 5th-8th grade

Number of students: 3 minimum, 8 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/14-5/30, No class 4/4

Time: 4:00-5:00 PM Tuesday

Room: Science Lab

Teacher: Mr. Fleming

Registration Cost: $132

Role Playing Games are all about storytelling - you and your friends gather to tell this story together by guiding your heroes through epic battles, searching for treasure in dark dungeons, or pulling off daring rescues. This club will focus on the Dungeons & Dragons system, but we will explore other games if time permits. Turn off the screen, put down the controller, and get ready to use your imaginations.

Sprout with Art

Grade: EC-1st grade

Number of students: 6 minimum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/15-5/10, No class 4/5

Time: 3:45-4:35 PM Wednesday

Room: Kindergarten classroom

Teacher: Smart with Art

Registration Cost: $135

Young artists will be exposed to unique and fun art mediums with lessons created to help develop both gross and fine motor skills that expand their creativity! Smart with Art provides an entertaining, educational artistic experience. Historical art content, design concepts, and a different medium is explored in each of the Sprout with Art lessons in a fun, engaging way. Come join us on a creative journey of exploration. Dress for mess!

Jazz Ensemble

5th-8th grade

Number of students: 5 minimum, 20 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/15-5/31, No class 4/5

Time: 4:00-5:00 PM Wednesday

Room: PAC

Teacher: Dr. Castro

Registration Cost: $120

Do you play the saxophone, clarinet, flute, trumpet, or trombone? If so, join Dr. Castro and the jazz ensemble to learn the fundamentals of jazz. The jazz ensemble will occasionally have opportunities to perform for the community at assemblies and concerts.

Junior Ultimate

Grade: 2nd-5th grade

Number of students: 6 minimum, 12 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/16-6/1, No class 3/30 or 4/6

Time: 4:00-5:00 Thursdays

Room: MS Field

Teacher: Mr. C

Registration Cost: $230

Ultimate is a self-officiated, co-ed game which focuses on sportsmanship, fair play, fun, and exercise! The Soundview Junior Ultimate team is a great opportunity to learn the rules of the game and strengthen our skills through drills, games, and practice matches with our friends. Give it a spin!

3D Modeling

Grade: 3rd-8th grade

Number of students: 6 minimum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/16-5/25, No class 3/30 or 4/6

Time: 4:00-5:15 PM Thursday

Room: Computer Lab

Teacher: Smart with Art

Registration Cost: $238

Working collaboratively in pairs, students will discover how to build objects in 3D utilizing the online platforms TinkerCad and Project Ignite. Smart with Art educators will teach students to work with 3D design elements, learning about creating art in perspective, all while exploring practical applications of 3D technology.

Chess

Grade: Kindergarten - 8th grade

Number of students: 10 minimum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/24-6/2, No class 3/31 or 4/7

Time: 3:45-4:45 PM Friday

Room: MPR

Teacher: Chess Wizards

Registration Cost: $150

Chess Wizards promises to be a fun time for students of all chess levels! The coach dresses up as a wizard and teaches chess moves through comedic sketches for the kids. Chess is a wonderful way to build strong executive function skills while learning a classic game of strategy. Students are invited to continue their chess education or start from the very beginning!

Beginning Strings

Grade: 1st - 8th grade

Number of students: 3 minimum, 12 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/24-6/2, No class 3/31 or 4/7

Time: 3:30-4:00 PM Friday

Room: Music Room

Teacher: Mrs. Higgins

Registration Cost: $75

The Beginning Strings class provides the opportunity to learn the basic skills for playing the violin or the cello. Our lessons will focus on the individual needs of each student for learning good sound production, note reading facility, and equipment care. Beginning Strings students have fun making music while learning from an encouraging and patient instructor.

Youth Orchestra

Grade: 2nd - 8th grade  

Number of students: 3 minimum, 18 maximum

Trimester/Dates: Spring, 3/24-6/2, No class 3/31 or 4/7

Time: 4:15-5:30 PM Friday

Room: Music Room & PAC

Teacher: Mrs. Higgins

Registration Cost: $150

The Soundview Community Youth Orchestra is the place to build skills and create musical art on violin, viola, cello, and double bass. Our rehearsals develop playing technique, teach ensemble music making, and challenge the students with practice in sight reading. Orchestra requires one year of experience with a violin or cello.