SEAS students are introduced to basic sewing techniques and have an opportunity to gain hands-on experience with sewing machines through Sewing Club. They will learn sewing machine basics including threading, bobbing, and petal speeds through engagement in fun sewing projects that help foster new skills and creativity.
Running Club is open to students interested in exploring the sport of running in a fun, supportive environment. Students in kindergarten through sixth grade are welcome to participate; however, students in kindergarten and first grade are required to have a parent run with them. In addition to running, students will be introduced to proper warm-up, cool down, and stretching techniques, as well as healthy and safe running skills.
When: Monday & Wednesday (August-September), 3:15-4:00 p.m.*
Contact: Coaches Jessica Schmuke (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Lea Bouton (email@example.com)
*Running club may be offered again in the Spring to prepare students for the Annual Jog-A-Thon Fundraiser.
Robotics Club is open to students grades four through sixth and provides opportunity for students to develop their STEM skills by engaging in research, problem solving, coding, and engineering as they build and program a LEGO robot that navigates the missions of a robot game for a LEGO League challenge. Space is limited so parents are encouraged to complete the registration form as soon as possible.
When: Mondays (September-December), 3:15-4:45 p.m.
Cost: $240 per semester
Contact: Barbara Corso at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kate Bazin at email@example.com
Homework Club provides a quiet place for students to engage in self-study and complete their homework afterschool. Homework Club is open to students grades second through sixth.
When: Monday-Friday, 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Chess Club welcomes both new and experienced players to the club! Students in grades second through sixth grade are able to learn chess, practice strategies, and enjoy playing chess with friends. Basic techniques are introduced including key moves and chess etiquette. Through Chess Club, students are able to improve concentration and memory and gain additional skills in math, logic, critical thinking, and creativity in a fun and supportive environment.
When: Tuesday (October-February), 3:15-4:00 p.m.
Contact: Katie Magnuson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sarah Dunn (email@example.com)
The Afterschool Band program provides students an opportunity to learn an instrument and grow their appreciation for and love of music. After School Band is available to students in the third through sixth grade.
When: Band meets September through April on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 3:15-4:45 p.m.
Contact: The Main Office (907) 345-3712
While all students participate in art class as a part of their regular school curriculum, the After School Art Program is offered to provide students in grades first through sixth. This program provides additional opportunity to further explore their creativity through the use of different materials and art forms. Each month, participants will experiment, learn new techniques of working with different art mediums such as painting, sculpture, printmaking, and more. Professional grade materials are included in the class fee. Monthly registration is required.
When: After School Art meets weekly from September through April on Wednesday (grades K-3) and Thursdays (grades 4-6) from 3:15-4:45 p.m.
Cost: $120 per month/$30 per class
Size: Space is limited to 15 students
Contact: For questions email Heidi Kollins at firstname.lastname@example.org.