PAC is pleased to inform you that we are offering some great Community Programs for Term 3 of the 2019-2020 school year. All activities are funded by participants and there is limited capacity. All activities are held in the School Gym or Multi-Purpose Room and will run from April 6 to June 5, 2020. For registration and more information about the content and format of a class, please contact the instructors directly.
Please note, it is the responsibility of the parents to get their child to the activity.
For any other questions related to these community programs or suggestions for new programs please contact the PAC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays April 7 – June 2 (9 sessions) Instructor: Sydney Tough Time: 3pm – 5pm Location: Multi-purpose room Age: K-4 Cost: $180 Description: Explore the minds and paintings of artists from Emily Carr to Amanda Boulos. Each term instructor Sydney Tough chooses a new set of artists to study, and students learn how to paint in the style of that artist.
7 sessions | Grades: 1-5 | April 6 – June 5 2020 Friday | 3:00-4:50 pm Instructor: Ange Bourangon Location: Sherwood Park Gym Cost: $140 for 7 Sessions Location: Gym
No soccer session : April 10 (Good Friday)
Program Details: This program is open to all levels, boys and girls. It is a good way to get introduced to soccer, improve skills, and learn technical and tactical moves in a fun environment. It will run every Friday starting in April 6 to June 5th.
9 sessions | Grades: 4-7 | April 6– June 5 Thursdays | 3:00- 4:30 pm Instructor: Cyri Jones Location: Sherwood Park Multi-Purpose Room $19.40/ session
Creativity and self-expression are part of this program that explores the exciting world of animation! From traditional pencil and paper to computer animation, participants will learn its fundamentals concepts: movement, squash and stretch, staging, frames per second and among others. Also, learning technics like stop motion and claymation will help students to create their own stories and characters, a very important skill in storytelling. By the end of the 9-weeks, students will have created their portfolios. Zen Maker Lab will provide tablets/iPads and all material required. Registration includes all supply costs.
Our 75-minute classes explore S.T.E.M based themes, all using LEGO® Technic bricks and motors.
Students participating in this 11-week series will explore themes relating to the world around them.
We provide an engaging class where children are given the space to build work together to explore STEM concepts hands-on. Classes are suitable for elementary-aged children, Grades K-5. Each LEGO model is adapted to the aptitude and age of the participating students.