Program Information

We offer enrichment classes in a wide variety of activities: the arts, dance, sports, gymnastics, instructional swim, computers, science, theater, sewing, circus arts, cooking, and so much more. The majority of our classes consist of ten to twelve children. Our classes include STEAM: science, technology, engineering, art, and math, as well as Maker’s education, meaning we host a wide variety of hands-on activities to support learning and encourage creativity, experimentation, growth, collaboration and community. Classes such as DIY Playground, Castles and Forts, Buildings and Structures, and Harry Potter’s Potions are just a few of the enrichment classes that spark interdisciplinary learning.

Music Lessons

Private half hour music lessons are available in piano, violin, guitar, recorder and clarinet. Music lessons are arranged during a student’s free period, either after or before their enrichment class. Please register on the music lesson page. Ten half hour lessons are $390 per trimester.

Homework Clinic

Children can receive homework help from one of our counselors with a ratio of 3 students to 1 staff member. This low ratio of student to counselor helps students gain confidence in his/her abilities by adding new strategies to his/her repetoire. Homework Clinic times are arranged during a student’s free period. Ten sessions of Homework Clinic are $165 per trimester.

Hours & Daily Schedule

After school at CBE is available on school days, Monday-Friday, from 2:40-6:00PM.

If you are choosing our single class option, students can only stay for the one hour class.

At school day dismissal time, kindergarten students are picked up from their classrooms by CBE Staff. Children in first through fifth grades meet in the auditorium, where they are met by CBE Staff at assigned seats by grade. CBE staff members escort the students to CBE. Children will enroll and participate in one enrichment class per day. See below for the daily course listing.

At dismissal time, teachers will escort students participating in the after school program to the social hall. The daily schedule for the program is as follows:

  • 2:40-3:45 PM: Arrival and snack time. Kindergarten children are split into groups and have snack in their group rooms. First grade meets in the social hall, second grade meets in the ballroom, and second through fifth grade meet in the gym.
  • 3:45-4:45 PM: selected enrichment activity mainly for kindergarten and first grade; gameroom with board games, homework help and free gym with organized games for second through fifth grade.
  • 4:45-5:45 PM: selected enrichment activity for second through fifth grade; kindergarten and first grade play organized games in the social hall or have choice time in their group rooms (consisting of puzzles, legoes, blocks, story time, etc. First graders can also choose to do their homework with CBE Staff.
  • 5:45-6:00 PM: dismissal/pick up from gradel level assigned areas and group rooms.
Late Pick Up

If you are having a problem arriving at CBE by 6:00 please call the security desk at 718-768-3814×209. They will forward the message to the site supervisor. The fee for extended day is $12 from 6:00 – 6:30, which is either paid for in advance, or collected at the time of pick up.

Registration & Payment

To register, please complete the online registration form with your payment. Siblings receive a 5% discount.

Please indicate a first and second choice for each enrichment activity; enrollment is based on a first come first serve basis. Please note, CBE reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. If your child is going to be absent please email pickup@cbebk.org. If you need to make a change in your child’s schedule (permitted within the first two weeks of the trimester), please contact Lisa Wolf.

Full payment for each trimester is due at the time of registration. If a payment plan is required, please contact Lisa Wolf. There is a one time yearly registration fee of $75 per child. This is required for all participants, regardless of the number of days or semesters attending.

Member Rates
  • $615
    ONE DAY

  • $910
    TWO DAYS

  • $1,185
    THREE DAYS

  • $1,345
    FOUR DAYS

  • $1,485
    FIVE DAYS

  • $355
    ONE CLASS

  • $715
    TWO CLASSES

  • $1,070
    THREE CLASSES

Non Member Rates
  • $660
    ONE DAY

  • $1,025
    TWO DAYS

  • $1,330
    THREE DAYS

  • $1,510
    FOUR DAYS

  • $1,655
    FIVE DAYS

  • $485
    ONE CLASS

  • $975
    TWO CLASSES

  • $1,465
    THREE CLASSES

Enrichment Classes

Children will enroll and participate in one enrichment class per day.

Monday

Advanced Ballet

Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Focus is on footwork, posture and positions! For children who’ve taken a year of ballet before.

Beginning Ballet

Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Students will learn basic ballet positions and locomotor patterns in a creative and imaginative process. Students will explore ballet themes and folktales.

Kids Cook!

Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Is there a difference between an herb and a spice? What is a whole grain? Cooking classes take a healthy approach as children learn the connections between the food we grow and what we put on the table.

Fashion Design & Knitting

Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Design your very own clothing line. Work with a designer on all stages of the fashion process: draw your ideas, cut your patterns, choose a fabric, and make a miniature sample of your fashion line. Learn how to knit. Follow a pattern and work with needles and yarn to learn the basic knit stitch.

Gymnastics

Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM; Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
This class is designed to help children become well-rounded gymnasts. A focus on graceful tumbling, strength, flexibility and more! Safety precautions are taken in all areas.

Jewelry Making

Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Children will be creative while exploring key math concepts such as one-toone correspondence, pattern recognition and measurement. Children will make their own beads using recycled materials while focusing on color and texture. Great for improving skills in eye/hand coordination.

Group Piano

Mondays, 1st-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM; Mondays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Class is limited to five students. Children will learn the basics of piano playing through exploration of a vast repertoire. We will go through the first steps of ensemble playing, musical aural training, and the foundations of different styles, such as Classical, Jazz, Rock and Pop. Children will acquire knowledge about rhythm, harmony and musical structure, as well as correct hand position and finger dexterity. There is an extra $50 fee for this class.

Fun en Espagnol

Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Learn basic Spanish through the spoken word, simple phrases, games, and songs. Explore the culture through games, food, and learning about Spanish customs.

Sports Sampler

Mondays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
A little bit of everything – soccer, basketball, and kickball. Each sport for one month. Focus is on skill building, rules of the game, coordination, and teamwork.

Instructional Swim

Mondays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM; Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students are taught fundamental swimming skills including: breath control, kicking, and floating. Intermediate Swim focuses on stroke and rhythmic breathing. Having fun is encouraged.

World Drumming

Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
This drumming course is an eclectic and enriching way for your child to learn rhythms from Africa, Cuba, and Brazil. The class includes fun warm- ups with body rhythms and chants.

Robo Zoo-Antibots

Mondays,1st-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Class is limited to 8 students. From our friends at CodeAdvantage – Why do giraffes have long necks? Why are so many fish shaped differently? Why do cheetahs need 4 legs? Students will learn about animals and how their bodies help them perform specific tasks. The class gets to use LEGO® robotics to create animal robots and make them move. They’ll also learn that concepts like torque, traction, and angular velocity make designing these “anibots” trickier than it may appear. Welcome to the jungle! There is an extra $300 fee for CodeAdvantage classes.

Flying Space Bots

Mondays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Class is limited to 8 students. Using LEGO® robotics, students construct and program space rovers that that will lead us on a journey through the solar system. As students explore the planets of our galaxy, they will need to conquer the changes in gravity, orbit around objects, deal with the atmosphere, and more!! The students will learn about how we can use our knowledge to simulate many real-world problems and that parts, time, and other factors can become a huge problem when working on a design project! There is an extra $300 fee for code advantage classes.

Thingamajigs – Haunted House

Mondays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM, Mondays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students will enter into the amazing world of moving structures Halloween themed! Starting from creating opening and closing doors to a haunted house, led lighted surprise falling ghosts, spooky fidget spinners! From booby traps in a haunted house to flying witches on a broom stick an array of materials like metal, cardboard, plastic, wood, springs and recycled materials will be used. Students will learn the basics of architecture and engineering in a fun creative environment.

Tuesday

Beginner Chess

Tuesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
No previous experience necessary. Have fun learning all the moves and rules of chess, as well as how to win and lose gracefully. Good sportsman- ship and creative thinking stressed. Weekly playing sessions.

Intermediate Chess

Tuesdays,2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Classes taught by a world class chess teacher. For students who know the game and want to improve their skills and critical thinking.

Kids Cook!

Tuesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Tuesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Is there a difference between an herb and a spice? What is a whole grain? Cooking classes take a healthy approach as children learn the connections between the food we grow and what we put on the table.

Gymnastics

Tuesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Tuesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
This class is designed to help children become well-rounded gymnasts. A focus on graceful tumbling, strength, flexibility and more! Safety precautions are taken in all areas.

Super Soccer Stars

Tuesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Tuesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Get the ball rolling and join Super Soccer Stars right here at CBE! Dynamic international coaches work with every student to develop skills, selfconfidence, and teamwork in a fun, non-competitive environment. Positive reinforcement and low child-to-coach ratios ensure that each child will improve his or her soccer skills through engaging activities and games– while having endless fun! Each child receives a t-shirt on the first day of class. There is an extra $75 fee for this class.

Instructional Swim

Tuesdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM; Tuesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students are taught fundamental swimming skills including: breath control, kicking, and floating. Intermediate Swim focuses on stroke and rhythmic breathing. Having fun is encouraged.

Tap Dancing

Tuesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Tap shoes required. This class stresses the basics of tap. Students will develop combinations that are great to watch and delightful to hear. Boys are encouraged to join. Spring performance.

Tap and Jazz Advanced

Tuesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Tap shoes required. This class stresses the basics of tap. Students will develop combinations that are great to watch and delightful to hear. Boys are encouraged to join. In Jazz students will focus on across the floor movements, center combination work, beginner leaps and turns. Spring performance

Monster Mash Movie

Tuesdays, 1st-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Students learn the basics of using video to tell stories in this program. They will make a short video based on favorite gouls of their own creation using animation, live action, and interviews. They will learn to use the video equipment and basic editing

What’s So Funny?

Tuesdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students will learn the art and skills used to make an original comedy. They will explore various types of humor and they write, direct, perform, and edit an original video comedy.

Destroy And Construct

Tuesdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
From our friends at Koko Open Source. Using screwdrivers, pliers and other tools, kids destroy discarded printers, blenders and other common electronics to get inside and see how they work. Then, using the components along with recyclables and other found materials, kids will construct new inventions or environments in the classroom. Kids learn about the inner workings of electronics (and that free art supplies are everywhere) while developing skills of innovation and invention.

Toy Making

Tuesdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
From our friends at Koko Open Source. In our earliest version of Destroy and Construct– our teaching artist provides discarded toys and other recycled materials for the kids to deconstruct and then use to create new inventions and unique environments. Encouraged by stories and questions from the teaching artist, kids learn new ways to engage with their social and physical environment and discover that trash can be turned into treasure. Class is 1 hour with a maximum of 12 children

Jewelry Making for Everyone

Tuesdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
A hands-on class for young designers and makers who want to explore jewelry making, and learn a variety of techniques. Projects include making bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and other adornments… To gift or keep! Sessions are targeted to specific age groups, students’ experience, and skill levels. Children are encouraged to develop their own style and can take home their own creations. Kids will create their own jewelry, using samples and instructions provided. We will explore different techniques and materials throughout the semester—from beading to weaving, including wire wrapping and more. On each session, students work on an original pieces, by playing with materials of their choice and selecting techniques and processes that best fit their skills and interests. This class will allow participants to hone motor skills, focus and concentration, as well as develop attention to detail, patience, and dexterity. Taught by a professional jewelry designer.

Red, Blue and Glue – Mixed Media

Tuesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
This creative and imaginative class introduces young artists to the world of collage; using paint, tissue paper, found objects, buttons, seeds and fabric children become their own designers. Creating fantasies and two and three dimensional work. Group murals will be encouraged.

Wednesday

Beginning Ballet

Wednesdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Students will learn basic ballet positions and locomotor patterns in a creative and imaginative process. Students will explore ballet themes and folktales.

Circus Arts

Wednesdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Run away, join the circus, and still be home for dinner! Kids will tumble, juggle, hula hoop, learn clown skits and slapstick, spin plates, hula hoop, balance feathers, balance human beings in pyramids, & more. A fun way to exercise, learn theatrical skills, & develop self-confidence.

Computer

Wednesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Class is limited to 8 students. Learn computer skills through the use of age appropriate math and reading programs, such as Reader Rabbit, Gizmos & Gadgets, Treasure Mountain and others

Kids Cook!

Wednesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Is there a difference between an herb and a spice? What is a whole grain? Cooking classes take a healthy approach as children learn the connections between the food we grow and what we put on the table.

Gymnastics

Wednesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
This class is designed to help children become well-rounded gymnasts. A focus on graceful tumbling, strength, flexibility and more! Safety precautions are taken in all areas.

Advanced Gymnastics

Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
For students who have taken two years or more of gymnastics training at CBE KIDS.

Legos

Wednesdays, 1st-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Students make small simple machines using set plans and create their own Lego world.

Magic

Wednesdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Have you ever wondered how magicians do their tricks? Can they really read people’s minds? In magic class, we will learn to do amazing things with everyday objects. New tricks will be taught this term. Get ready to fool your parents and entertain your friends!

Exploring Doll and Pillow Making

Wednesdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Explore making dolls stuffed and wrapped based on early American apple head dolls (only we will use model magic instead of a dried apple for the head). Also have fun pillow making, weaving, decorating cloth in the manner of Adire Eleko (Nigeria).

Sewing/Quiltmaking

Wednesdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Learn basic sewing techniques while creating a doll of your own design or a pillow or beanbag creature.

Instructional Swim

Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 3:45-4:45 PM; Wednesdays, K-2nd, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students are taught fundamental swimming skills including: breath control, kicking, and floating. Intermediate Swim focuses on stroke and rhythmic breathing. Having fun is encouraged.

Make a Musical: Peter Pan

Wednesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Come sing, dance and fly your way from the Darling’s home to Never Never Land as we adventure inside J.M. Barrie’s amazing tale. We will play tag with our shadows, learn to speak Tinkerbell gibberish and think our Happy Thoughts so we learn to soar! Dive in the Mermaid Lagoon, swagger on Captain Hook’s ship and sing as a Lost Kid. Join us – Peter is waiting by your window to whisk you away! Class culminates in a final performance devised by the students.

Shakespeare Players

Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Welcome to a theatre class that introduces kids to Shakespeare’s dramatic masterpieces in a way that is accessible, enriching and fun! Students will learn the plots of famous plays and act out the salient points of character and through long-form improvisations. They will also commit to memory short passages and scenes from these Shakespeare’s plays. Games surrounding the characters and their incredible conflicts, desires and stories make the class an incredibly joyous exploration of both theater and Shakespeare. Class culminates in a final performance of scenes.

DIY Haunted Houses

Wednesdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Is Halloween your favorite holiday? Let’s enjoy it for an entire semester. Students will create their own inventive haunted houses using clay, cardboard, twigs, fabric, lights, glitter and other materials. They will construct both the interiors and exteriors of each house designing and creating the scary wallpaper, spider webs, furniture, lighting, window decorations, and perhaps a ghost or goblin. They will also create their own tiny scary creatures, who will inhabit these houses.

Origami Engineering & Papermaking

Wednesdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
2D becomes 3D in this introduction to paper engineering–Origami. Explore how to construct and collapse space using paper through a variety of projects, from moveable pop-ups and dynamic mobiles to giant origami, and DIY lampshades.

Kickball

Wednesdays, 1st-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
An informal game combining elements of baseball and soccer, in which an inflated ball is thrown to a person who kicks it and proceeds to run the bases. It is a great game for young sports enthusiasts to learn skills and focus on coordination. It’s also a lot of fun!

Eliminator, Capture the Flag, Outdoor/Indoor Games

Wednesdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
These games have been around forever and still are some of the favorites in After School. Capture the Flag,in the Civil War, soldiers that were able to either capture the enemy’s flag or save their own were rewarded with a Medal of Honor. Nobody knows for sure when Capture the Flag took off as an outdoor activity, but Boy Scouts have been playing the game for over 60 years! Eliminator, a less competitive form of dodge ball, a strategic one on one competition where participants can form alliances (and break them). Prospect Park will be used during daylight savings.

Thursday

Computer

Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 3:45-4:45 PM
Class is limited to 8 students. This computer class will increase a student’s comfort with computers. The programs used will combine and enrich reading, thinking, math and science skills.

Kids Cook!

Thursdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Is there a difference between an herb and a spice? What is a whole grain? Cooking classes take a healthy approach as children learn the connections between the food we grow and what we put on the table.

Jewelry 101

Thursdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Children will be creative while exploring key math concepts such as one-tone correspondence, pattern recognition and measurement. Children will make their own beads using recycled materials while focusing on color and texture. Great for improving skills in eye/hand coordination.

Jewelry Making

Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students will enjoy beading and making wire jewelry. Hemp, rope and friendship bracelets, wrapping and coiling beaded flowers all add to the fun. Bracelets, necklaces, anklets, earrings, and more.

Open Studio

Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
An exciting experimental art class in a studio atmosphere. The students will be using various materials and media related to themselves, their world and interests. We will emphasize creativity and personal interpretation.

Ninja Challenge

Thursdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Thursdays, 2nd-3rd, 4:45-5:45 PM
Learn strength, agility and endurance while mastering fun obstacle courses! Each class consists of a conditioning and action packed obstacle courses: jumping, climbing, vaulting, tumbling and parkour style moves. The Ninja Challenge class inspires teamwork as well as athleticism.

Sewing

Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
An exciting experimental art class in a studio atmosphere. The students will be using various materials and media related to themselves, their world and interests. We will emphasize creativity and personal interpretation.

Instructional Swim

Thursdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Students are taught fundamental swimming skills including: breath control, kicking, and floating. Intermediate Swim focuses on stroke and rhythmic breathing. Having fun is encouraged

Advanced Swim

Thursdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Intensive swim class for students on swim teams or who want to become better swimmers. Focus will be on strokes and endurance. No beginners. Supervised by a certified Water Safety Instructor.

Tennis

Thursdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM; Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Classes feature interactive drills and games that teach the fundamentals of tennis: forehand, backhand, volley, serves and overhead. Students will develop fine and gross motor skills as well as eye/hand coordination skills crucial to tennis. Sneakers and a water bottle are required. Racquets are provided, but if you have your own racket you can bring it.

Textile Design

Thursdays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
This advanced course will combine sewing, weaving fabric applique on clothing as well as landscape design. (2nd graders eligible with permission from instructor.)

CBE NEWS: Movie Maker

Thursdays, 1st-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Do you have a story that you want to turn into a movie and make with your friends? This class will help students combine their favorite stories from children’s literature and fairy tales; they will combine their ideas into an original 5-8 minutes film. Students will learn how to use a video camera, sound equipment and write a script, as well as some basic acting skills. The filming will take place at CBE

CBE KIDS: News & Broadcasting

Thursdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Have you ever wanted to be a reporter or news anchor? Taught by a former NBC News producer, News Broadcasting will teach students about news gathering, field reporting and studio production. At the end of semester, students will deliver a complete news package. Students will also learn how to operate a camera, ask the right interview questions and some basic editing skills. We will interview people on the street, shop owners and staff at CBE.

Lift a Lion: Making Simple Machines

Thursdays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45 PM
Explore the ideas of gravity, force and motion. Students will make and use levers, inclined planes, wheels and axles, and pulleys. They’ll create ramps and discover what makes marbles and balls speed up or slow down. Making rolling machines with cans, dowels, blocks and boxes will show them how wheels and axels work. They create a miniature world where the inhabitants use pulley’s to get their work done.

What’s the Story with Slime (and other gooey stuff)

Thursdays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Find out the science behind slime. What makes it so flexible, gooey and fun? What kind of substance is it anyway? (Think “polymers”) We will make many types of slime including edible, fluffy and glowing slime. You will be able to test and compare the attributes of different slime types by cutting, stretching and pounding them. Using the scientific process students will create and test other substances like glue and chalk. This class introduces concepts in the areas of material science and engineering.

Puppetry- Halloween

Thursdays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
Enter the world of shadow, stick, hand and paper mache puppets. Explore different techniques of creation and the rich tradition of making puppets. Using everyday materials to create your own characters. Inspiration will be drawn from Halloween. The class will culminate in a puppet show where family and friends will be invited to witness their spooky magic!

Friday

Basketball

Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Class focuses on 5 min factors of basket- ball: foot work, dribbling, passing/catching, ball handling and shooting. Students will also learn how to play offense and defense, as well as the 5 positions of basketball–what these positions are and how to play them.

Capoeira

Fridays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45PM; Fridays, 3rd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
This self-defense class promotes self-confidence and builds self-esteem. You will learn ABADA-Capoeira techniques, Brazilian Portuguese language, music and songs, acrobatic movements, and how to have fun while being healthy. Each student will improve his/her concentration, reaction time, and problem solving ability. (The first five students to enroll receive a free uniform!)

Computer

Fridays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45PM; Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Class is limited to 8 students. This computer class will increase a student’s comfort with computers. The programs used will combine and enrich reading, thinking, math and science skills

Kids Cook!

Fridays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45PM
Is there a difference between an herb and a spice? What is a whole grain? Cooking classes take a healthy approach as children learn the connections between the food we grow and what we put on the table.

KidsRCooks Advanced

Fridays, 3rd-5th, 3:45-4:45PM
Master Class – For the serious chef! Stacey will guide students through a complete meal, appetizer, main course and dessert. The final class will be a dinner party for the chefs and their families!

Sports Sampler

Fridays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45PM
A little bit of everything – soccer, basketball, and kickball. Each sport for one month. Focus is on skill building, rules of the game, coordination, and teamwork

Instructional Swim

Fridays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45PM; Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45 PM
Students are taught fundamental swimming skills including: breath control, kicking, and floating. Intermediate Swim focuses on stroke and rhythmic breathing. Having fun is encouraged.

Monsters, Animals and Creatures

Fridays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45 PM
This class will include mixed media as well as a variety of materials. During the semester children will create costumes, a 3 D model of their animal, creature and/or monster, as well as a group mural.

Open Studio

Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45PM
An exciting experimental art class in a studio atmosphere. The students will be using various materials and media related to themselves, their world and interests. We will emphasize creativity and personal interpretation.

WNBA- Girls Basketball

Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45PM
This class emphasizes fun, teamwork and a chance for everyone to play. Winning is not the most important goal. The goals of the program are to give girls a chance to have fun while enhancing self-esteem, teaching one to win and lose gracefully, working well with others and skill building, including; passing, dribbling, footwork, shooting, etc. No experience necessary.

Fantastic Beasts and Mythical Creatures 2

Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45PM
Newt Scamander’s masterpiece comes alive in this approved class of Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Students will create their own magical creatures from recycled material and paper mache and learn how to care for them. Unicorns, Thunderbirds, Yetis, Billywigs and Puffskein’s come alive in this magical art class.

Imagination/Story Time Theater

Fridays, K-1st, 3:45-4:45PM
Young actors will be able to explore imagination as they learn to improvise, be silly & create characters. Children will gain self-confidence through movement, acting from favorite stories in children’s literature.

Improvisation

Fridays, 2nd-5th, 4:45-5:45PM
Students will learn the basics of improvisation. They will explore how to create a scene from nothing and act out many different characters. This class will teach students how to think creatively on their feet and how to structure an improvised play.

Adventures with Clay and Paper Mache

Fridays, K-2nd, 3:45-4:45PM
Clay is a special kind of mud. We will explore some of the things you can do with clay. Pinch pots, coil method, slab, and others. We will look at pottery from other cultures. The second half of the semester will focus on paper mache. This practical craft form has been used for just about everything, from art objects, bowls to furniture.

Mini Camps & Half Day Programs

Families will have the option to register for additional child care at our CBE location on days the school is closed due to clerical days, half-days, and school vacations for an additional fee. Please see our mini camp page for more information.

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