Fall 2 Enrollment will close on October 11th.
Before-school enrichment will run five days per week – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Fall Semester 2A classes will run Oct. 22 – Dec. 20:
Monday: Tastes Around the World
Wednesday: Little Veterinary School
Thursday: Crayola Artist’s Passport: Travel the World Through Art!
Friday: Hip Hop Dance by CKDC Dance Studios
How much does it cost?
The total cost for the full five days of morning enrichment is $425. Enroll Today!
The cost per individual class is listed with the class descriptions below.
When does it start?
Classes will begin the week of October 22, 2018.
Have more questions?
Contact Sybill Naidoo, PTO Vice President, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Offering Details
Monday: Tastes Around the World by Little Scholars ($125)
Come explore the tastes of the world by visiting Italy to make tiramisu, sailing to Mexico to create salsa, and cruising to France to bake crepes. Pack your bags because this is an adventure that you do not want to miss! Our chefs will cook and craft the classes away!
Tuesday – Chess (Free)
The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis continues its ongoing partnership with Mallinckrodt this year. Instructors from the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis focus on chess fundamentals while also incorporating lessons on critical thinking, planning and logic. There are limited spots available, so please make sure you are able to make it each and every week if you are enrolling your child.
Wednesday: Little Veterinary School ($93)
Little Veterinarian School® encourages elementary school children to role play and explore the exciting world of veterinarians. Using interactive demonstrations, crafts and games, kids learn how to take care of a pet and use instruments that real veterinarians use. Little Veterinarian School® brings medicine, science and the importance of health to children in an entertaining and engaging way. Children have fun and learn at the same time. Each student will take home their own stuffed animal dog that they will adopt, along with tape measures, dog journal, dog bone cookie cutter and so much more!
Thursday: Crayola Artist’s Passport – Travel the World through Art! ($102)
Children embark on an around-the-world cultural adventure by exploring far-off places, from the Americas to Polynesia, from the cosmopolitan to the countryside while learning about the people who live there. Children will experiment with Crayola® products, while trying art techniques developed by artists and artisans from the regions they learn about.
Students will make different masterpieces each week such as drums, masks, canvases, prints, etc, and will bring their unique creations home, where they can build a globally-inspired art gallery. There will be 8 themes – Mud Art (Africa), Rattle Drums (China), Truck Art (Pakistan), Block Printing (Europe), Tiki Masks (Polynesia), Animal Sculptures (Mexico), Aboriginal Dot Art (Australia), and Imperial Jeweled Eggs (Russia).
Friday: Hip Hop Dance by CKDC Dance Studios $109
Hip Hop is an ever evolving sub culture whose roots really started growing in the 1970s. While Hip Hop covers many different medias; music, beat boxing, etc, this class will focus on movement art. Hip Hop Dance is a street style of dance that evolved from this culture.
Lessons will promote body control and spacial awareness. Class will begin with a warm up, students will learn technical studies and will end with a cool down. Over this session there will be a focus on Popping and Animation alongside grooves and general Hip Hop studies. Class will focus on developing musicality, understanding rhythm, practicing isolations and experiencing level and weight change. Students will work with a variety of songs, sometimes emphasizing lyricism, sometimes focusing on the different beats and understanding the relationship between dance and movement. Force will be explored through practicing both hard and soft, or smooth movements. Students will also be given an opportunity to freestyle and learn about cyphers and dance battles. In addition to being informative and historical in context, this class promotes wellness and exercise.