The QAE PTSA Enrichment Committee would like to announce before and after school clubs planned for winter and spring 2011. Registration information will be posted soon for Upcoming Clubs on the Before/After School website (http://www.queenanneelementary.com/before%2Fafter-school.html).
Creative Drama Play (K-5) Thursdays, Feb 3rd - April 14th, 3:40 – 5:15
Charlotte Campbell from SP Nation returns to lead another session of Drama Club. Join us on an imagination adventure! Each week we will visit a new country and learn about how that culture puts on plays. We’ll make puppets, masks, and more and play lots of fun drama games!
Lego Club Pre Engineering Mornings (K-2) Fridays, Feb 4th – Apr 15th, 8:00-9:15
Morning Lego is BACK! Students will build cities, bridges, and motorized cars/planes and explore the many creative possibilities of engineering with the LEGO® system. With access to over 100,000 pieces of LEGO, your child will have the opportunity to build what they have only dreamed of with the support of an experienced Play-Well Engineering instructor to guide them.
Lego Club Pre Engineering Afternoon (K-2), Tuesdays, April 5th – June 7th, 3:40-5:10
For you Lego lovers that prefer afternoons. Same class as described above.
Potential Clubs: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in any of these potential clubs or have any questions.
All School Play starring our 3-4-5 Grade Students, Tuesday Afternoon rehearsals beginning mid-March
Join the cast or crew that will perform Peter Pan (or Robin Hood) in the spring. Students will learn all aspects of theater production, be a part of a team, and have fun acting in a school play! SP Nation will lead the production.
Chess Club (K-5) Afternoon
Chess study has shown to increase math skills, concentration, memory, and self-confidence. Classes are tailored to the experience level among the students enrolled. Classes typically include: basic principles and strategy of how to open a chess game, how to conduct the middle game, and how to win (or avoid losing) in the endgame.
Students will be instructed in singing and performance techniques, including breathing, posture, vocal production and enunciation, and will learn songs, with an emphasis on positivity, peace and the environment. We will perform at school functions, as desired, and also at community functions, for example, an Earth Day Event with People for Puget Sound.
3-4-5 Grade Spanish, Two Day a Week (W/F) Mornings
Our Tu/Th Sponge Spanish teacher is available to teach a two-day a week Spanish class for 3-4-5 grade students.
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