Stay tuned for the full rollout of the Fall 2019 LSPTO ECA Program!
Online Registration will open on Tuesday, September 17th at 12:30 pm. Registration is on a first come basis.
Programs begin the week of October 7th. All Point Road ECA finish at 4pm and Markham Place ECA finish at 4:15pm. See each description below for grade specifications, meeting days and tuition.
Fall 2019 Programs confirmed thus far:
Warrior Zen Yoga
Marine Science Club
Coding & Robotics
Games & Fitness
Sports Statistics NFL
Intro to Crochet
Intro to Acting
Intro to Acting
Beginner Acting by the Count Basie Center for the Performing Arts: Learn the tricks of the trade toward becoming a natural, dynamic and believable actor. Using script work and a variety of theatre games students will hone improvisational skills, and performance techniques. Great fun and a wonderful way to build self-confidence and self-esteem!
Markham Acting: Open to grades 5-6 and meets on Wednesdays at 3:15pm for 8 weeks. Begins 10/16. Minimum 10 students, Max 12 students. $120 per student
Point Road Acting: Open to grades 3-4 and meets on Wednesdays at 3:00pm for 8 weeks. Begins 10/16. Minimum 10 students, Max 12 students. $120 per student
Young Enginners with Bricks 4 Kidz! Take learning out of the pages of the textbook and into an imaginative, 3-D, hands on learning experience using LEGO bricks your children know and love. Children will explore famous buildings, structures and inventions from around the world and learn how they were built. From Ancient Pyramids to the Empire State Building. Open to grades 1-2. 8 week program, meets Tuesdays at 3:00pm for 1 hour. Begins 10/8. Minimum 12 students, Max 20 students. $160 per student
Amusement Park with Bricks 4 Kidz! Children will build models of carousels, dragon rides and mini amusement parks the Bricks 4 Kidz way! Each week they will explore the details of how each model is made and then add on to create their own version. Children learn, build, play and have a ton of fun. Teamwork and collaboration is emphasized. Open to grades 2-4. 8 week program, meets Mondays at 3:00pm for 1 hour. Begins 10/7. Minimum 12 students, Max 20 students. $160 per student
Chess Club with Mr. Woodward. Students are organized by level. Each session begins with general instruction, a viewing of a famous chess game and ends with competing club play. Results of each game are entered into the club’s ladder system to track results. The final week is tournament day and trophies are awarded to the ladder and tournament winners.
Markham Chess: Open to 5-8th graders and meets on Mondays at 3:15pm for one hour. Club begins on 10/7 and runs for 8 weeks.
Minimum 8 students, Max 18 students. $90 per student
Point Road Chess: Open to 2nd-4th graders and meets Wednesdays at 3:00pm for one hour. Club begins on 10/16 and runs for 8 weeks. Minimum 8 students, Max 14 students. $90 per student
Earth Club: Calling all friends of planet Earth! If you’re committed to raising awareness about environmental issues, and to reducing our environmental impact as individuals, a school community, and as citizens of planet Earth, then this club is for you. Come join us if you think you’ve got what it takes to make a positive impact on your school and community. Led by Mrs. Wittenberg. Open to 5th – 8th graders, meets on Wednesdays 3:15 for one hour. Club will meet for 8 weeks starting on Oct. 16. Minimum 8 students, Maximum 15 students. $90 per student.
Games & Fitness: Physical Education Plus! Students will learn new games and play some of their favorites like hockey, basketball, capture the flag and Gaga all while focusing on strength, endurance and sportsmanship. Led by Mr. Russ. Meets on Tuesdays at 3 pm for 8 weeks. Open to all 3rd and 4th graders. Begins 10/8 Minimum 8 students, Max 20 students. $100 per student.
Robotics & Coding with Mrs. Whittle. Students will learn foundations of coding concepts and based on achieved skills, will be able to move forward to more advanced coding concepts. Meets on Tuesdays at 3pm for 8 weeks. Open to boys and girls in grades 3 and 4. Begins 10/8. Minimum 10 students, Max 20 students. $100 per student
Little Hats, Big Hearts: Intro to Crocheting with Mrs. Saul. Students are taught to crochet and participate in a community project, making little red hats that are given to newborns in nearby hospitals to bring awareness to congenital heart disease. Supplies included and students get to keep.
Point Road: Open to grades 3 & 4. Meets Wednesdays at 3:00pm for 1 hour. Session lasts 8 weeks. Begins 10/16 Minimum 8 students, Max 15. $100 per student
Marine Science Club: Calling all budding marine scientists, things are about to get JAWesome at Marine Science Camp Enrichment! We will be learning about Sharks, Dolphins and other marine life along with many hands on activities! You don’t want to miss out on this FINtastic fun! Open to 3rd – 4th graders and meets on Tuesdays at 3:00 pm for one hour. Begins on 10/8 and runs for 8 weeks. Minimum students 12, Max students 20. Price per student $170.
Newspaper Club: Use your writing skills to produce the Get To the Point school newspaper! Includes 100% student generated material. Students will learn the basics of journalism. They will write news articles, opinion pieces and columns, edit content and design the layout for their bi-annual publication. Led by parent volunteer Mrs. Lydia Jain. Open to 3rd and 4th graders, meets for 6 sessions on Mondays at 3 pm for one hour. Club meeting dates are as follows: Nov. 4, Nov. 11, Nov. 18, Dec. 2, Dec. 9 and Dec. 16. Minimum 8 students, Maximum 12 students. $60 per student.
Photography & Videography: This class teaches students the fundamentals of photography and videography in an environment where creativity is encouraged. Students will learn the history, terminology, techniques, and ethics of these two arts by professional photographer and Markham Place alumni, Michael McKenna. Students will have access to professional equipment that can be used under guidance and instruction to familiarize themselves with the image taking process and develop the confidence to create amazing imagery. Open to 5th – 8th graders and meets on Thursdays at 3:15 pm for one hour. Begins on 10/10 and runs for 8 weeks. Minimum students 12, Max students 12. Price per student $170.
Sports Statistics NFL with Mr. Galgon. Interested in Fantasy Sports? Investigate the value of statistics while analyzing players, team rankings and performance. Students will examine the NFL and learn how statistics and basic probability are essential tools in a variety of professional and personal settings. Open to 5-8th graders and meets on Tuesdays at 3:15pm for one hour. Begins on 10/8 and runs for 9 weeks. Minimum 12 students, Max 18 students. $100 per student
WarriorZen Yoga with Expanding HoriZens Yoga.
Are you looking for ways to improve your tween’s mindfulness, flexibility, and physical strength? Our weekly class will focus on breathing exercises and visualization to enhance balance and concentration, while partner and group poses encourage teamwork and positive peer collaboration. Our approach emphasizes creativity and builds self-confidence through age appropriate games, activities and lots of laughter. Open to grades 3-4. The 8 week program, meets on Mondays at 3pm for 1 hour. Begins 10/7 Minimum 10 students, Max 12 students. Students supply their own mats. $165 per student.
Young Rembrandts brings art and drawing lessons that cover the wonderful world of color, pattern, and design. Students will strengthen their art skills as they detail a gumball machine, travel back in time to illustrate an Egyptian headdress and create a colorful scene that celebrates the fall season. All this and more await your child in our fun and creative class. All art materials are provided. Open to grades 1-4. Meets Mondays at 3:00pm for 1 hour. Session lasts 8 weeks. Begins 10/7. Minimum 15 students, Max 25. $160 per student
- The Little Silver PTO reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient registration, with full refund.
- Requests for refund of class fees will be considered for one week following the first class, provided ONLY if there is a waiting list and the class spot can be filled. If there is no waitlist, there is no refund. All requests must be submitted in writing to email@example.com. Refunds are not available after the one week post first class deadline. No refunds will be issued to enrollees admitted from wait list. Refunds made in the week after the first class will be pro-rated. Likewise, tuition for wait list enrollees will be pro-rated.
- No refunds or reimbursements for missed classes. If class needs to be canceled due to inclement weather or lack of teacher/supervisor, a make up session will be offered.
Do you have a suggestion for a new program or extracurricular club? We are always looking for ideas for our next offerings! Contact us!