After school enrichment workshops invite students to explore hands-on and interactive recreations that aid in developing new skills or encourage building on a skill already present. Workshops are offered to students at St. Michael’s in four, six or eight week sessions. and occur once a week after the school day. When registration is open the signup form will be available online. Most activities have set student maximums, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Deborah Perez email@example.com with any questions
The following workshops will be offered during the winter session (Nov 18′-Feb 19′)
Chess Master Connections
Whether you’re a novice or an expert, chess offers students the opportunity to build life skills in a fun and enriching way. In chess, just as in life, you can aimlessly wander around OR set yourself a goal,builda plan and strive to accomplish it.
Students should be ready for hands-on science exploration. Our fun science experiments are engaging, interactive, and a hands-on exploration of specific science topics. Rockets, lasers, slime, bubbling potions and chemical reactions are just a few of the class topics Mad Science may offer in this after-school program.
Get to know nature’s high-jumping, tree-climbing, tunnel-digging creatures in this active program series full of movement. You won’t want to miss out on the fun as we meet NBS’ animal ambassadors and learn why each of these animals is an important part of its native ecosystem.
This cooking class will focus on teaching students that eating healthy can be fun! Students will get to make and take these delicious treats home to their families. If you enjoy cooking and baking tasty treats, this is the class for you!
Modern dance allows students to explore dance techniques inspired by Modern Dance, Pilates andYoga. They will learn choreography and create their own choreography to foster self-expression, creativity and collectively working with peers to accomplish a goal. This class is led by RevkaHovermale.
Each week, students will dive into a story book, meet a live animal, and complete a take-home craft based on that week’s theme. Animal topics include mammals, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and birds.