After School Program

Winter 2018 Overview

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Winter Registration
Is Now Closed

General registration for all other classes will begin on Monday, November 27, 2017 and close on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. Families will be able to register for all classes during this time, including any lottery classes that were not filled through the lottery registration process. However, please remember that general registration classes are filled on a first-come, first served basis.

A completed registration concludes with your clicking the green REGISTER button on the last page, and receiving an emailed receipt to the email address associated with your school account. (Please check your junk mailbox, if you do not see a receipt in your Inbox.) Parents, please remember that you must complete this online process for each boy you wish to register for the After School program. Parents and students should take some time to read over class descriptions and check their sons’ calendars before registration opens and they make their selections. Parents will be given a two-week grace period in January to drop or switch classes. Families who drop classes after this grace period will be charged 100% charge after the second week, which will be January 19, 2018.

Families may switch to another class at any time with the After School Director’s permission, if space is available, and a class isn’t compromised. However, there is a switch fee of $35 per switch. Boys who register for a class taught by an outside vendor may not be able to switch or drop a class after the second week of classes. Any late registration after December 13, 2017 will include a $75 late fee. Please note there is a 10-minute grace period for pick-ups; beyond that there is a charge of $1 per minute.

If you have any questions regarding Saint David’s After School program or the registration process, please contact the Director of After School, Irene Byun, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or (212) 369-0058 x456.

Winter 2018 After School Classes

Classes marked with an asterisk are lottery classes.

  • Grades K - O

    Magic Forest is an imaginative play based class where students are guided through different activities, and eventually create their very own script about "The Magic Forest". It's devised theater for the very young. It's a lot of fun!

    This class will take place in Room 12 from 2:30-3:15

    http://www.broadwayboundkids.net

    Lottery Class

    Calling all Chefs! Can you turn cauliflower into a delicious pizza crust? Or transform a peach into a sweet popsicle treat? Join us as we explore all the plants you like to eat and learn new ways to spice them up. Discover the fun differences between a fruit and vegetable and test your green thumb abilities as we grow a mini-garden in our kitchen this semester. We will cook and eat our way through a menu of sweet and savory recipes like Carrot Noodle Nests, Peach Pie Pops, and Baked Green Bean Fries! Come hungry and ready to sprout some seeds!

    This class will take place in the small dining room from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 1 - 2

    One of the best ways to get a child excited is to allow them to create something of their own. In this class, we enable young kids to make their own 3D adventures by using fundamental coding concepts. Children will take Kodu apple picking, program Kodu to play hide and seek, and even help Kodu find his way out of a maze! Students are encouraged to make the adventures their own by adding in their own ideas. Learning to code at a young age allows children to exercise critical thinking, creative expression, and apply logical reasoning. 
     
    This class is designed for young children with little or no computer/coding experience. 
    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 2 - 3

    The Directed Study Program is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP Juniors is specifically for grades two and three, and is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce homework skills and study habits. Boys in DSP are expected to do independent work, with general assistance from the instructor.  Before registering, parents should discuss with their sons the goals of developing or sustaining strong study habits that will help them have greater academic success.  Boys may sign up for one weekly class, or multiple classes depending on their needs and goals.

    This class will take place in Room 51 from 4:30-5:30.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 4 - 6

    In after school Sports Conditioning, the boys will learn how to exercise for the various sports they play. Boys will build on their stamina and agility, as well as strengthen their bodies to perform. It is the perfect opportunity for boys who don't have time to work on their fitness and improve their overall well-being. 

    This will take place at the 94th Street Gym from 4:30-5:30.  Pick up will be at 94th street at 5:30.

    Grades 4 - 6

    Are you ready for some FOOTBALL!?  The great sport of flag football, that is. In this course, boys learn the rules of football and practice passing, throwing, and running plays. No contact or equipment is allowed, but having lots of fun and good sportsmanship are a must. Boys should bring play clothes and sneakers from home. 

    The class will take place at the 94th Street gym from 4:30-5:30.  Boys are dismissed from 89th Street at 5:30pm.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 4 - 8

    The Directed Study Program is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce homework skills and study habits. Boys in DSP are expected to do independent work, with general assistance from the instructor.  Before registering, parents should discuss with their sons the goals of developing or sustaining strong study habits that will help them have greater academic success.  Boys may sign up for one weekly class, or multiple classes depending on their needs and goals.

    This class will take place in Room 26 from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 4 - 8

    The Directed Study Program- Math is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP- Math is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce math skills, homework skills, and study habits. Boys in DSP- Math are expected to do independent work with math assistance from the instructor. Classes are organized in sections based upon grade levels.

    This class will take place in Room 61A from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 5 - 8

    The Omnium Nobis Club (previously known as Study Skills) offers students guidance toward achieving their academic goals by practicing effective study and homework habits. Boys will learn to be all they can be through practicing and implementing strategies to effectively study for assessments and thoroughly and thoughtfully complete their written assignments. At times boys tend to rush while working, however, the purpose of the Omnium Nobis Club is to guide the boys to approach their academics in new ways. 

    This will be led by Sammantha Furniss, who is our Upper School Learning Specialist.  Pick up will be at 5:30pm at 89th street.

    Grades 5 - 8

    ​Boys on the Canticle will write and publish the school newspaper under the direction of Ms. Davis and Mr. Dearie. Students will be able to pursue their passion to be a sports editor, copywriter, photographer, and more. The Canticle will be printed and distributed school-wide 2 to 3 times per year, including a graduation issue. Boys will be expected to do some writing outside of class and submit articles by deadlines established by the teachers and student editors.  

    Boys in Grades 7 & 8 are given priority.  Registration is required every trimester.

    This class will take place in Room 25 from 4:30-5:30.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 7 - 8

    The Directed Study Program- Math is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP- Math is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce math skills, homework skills, and study habits. Boys in DSP- Math are expected to do independent work with math assistance from the instructor. Classes are organized in sections based upon grade levels.

    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

  • Grades K - O

    Students in this unique, high-energy class learn a combination of jazz, hip-hop, and musical theater dance. In addition to learning dance technique, increasing coordination and self-esteem, students learn choreography to their favorite songs. This class is a great way for students to get moving and have fun after school!

    This will take place in Room 14 from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Art-n-Orbit is a unique art and science program that focuses on children's creative spirit while they learn the fundamentals of art and science. Every class is an adventure. We pretend to be paleontologists and dig for fossils. We make our own exploding volcanoes. We become architects and build a super city. We go on treasure hunts and build light-up spaceships. Every class is a hands-on, engaging and educational adventure for boys and girls alike. Best of all, each week the children will leave class with their own tailor-made projects to show family and friends. These projects will be a true source of accomplishment and joy. Many projects are created from fun recycled materials.

    This class will take place in the small dining room from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 1 - 3

    Does your son love to think about math? Our math sessions will allow motivated students to explore concepts and activities that are outside of the school curriculum. Our goal is to encourage a sense of discovery and excitement about mathematics and to develop students' reasoning and creative thinking abilities through problem solving, hands-on activities, and games. This is for all students who can work independently, take risks, and be comfortable not always knowing the answer but who can stick to the challenge and try to work it out.

    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

    Art-n-Orbit is a unique art and science program that focuses on children's creative spirit while they learn the fundamentals of art and science. We explore the Universe, create spinning robots that zoom across the floor, conduct fun science experiments and much more.  Every class is a hands-on, engaging and educational adventure for boys and girls alike. Best of all, each week the children will leave class with their own tailor-made projects to show family and friends. These projects will be a true source of accomplishment and joy.  New projects are featured each semester so that the children can continue the learning experience.

    This class will take place in the small dining room from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 3 - 5

    Scratch uses a graphic programming language developed at MIT. This class creates a beginner foundation in programming which can be used in other advanced programming languages.  In Super Scratch, young students will learn fundamental programming concepts by creating different adventures using animations and story telling. Kids will program Scratch to do magic tricks, go on a treasure hunt, and even explore nature! 
     
    No previous programming skills are required, but students should be comfortable using a computer and managing files.

    This class will take place in Room 61A from 4:30-5:30.  
     

    Grades 4 - 6

    Does your son love to think about math? Our math sessions will allow motivated students to explore concepts and activities that are outside of the school curriculum. Our goal is to encourage a sense of discovery and excitement about mathematics and to develop students' reasoning and creative thinking abilities through problem solving, hands-on activities, and games. This is for all students who can work independently, take risks, and be comfortable not always knowing the answer but who can stick to the challenge and try to work it out.

    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 4 - 8

    The Directed Study Program is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce homework skills and study habits. Boys in DSP are expected to do independent work, with general assistance from the instructor.  Before registering, parents should discuss with their sons the goals of developing or sustaining strong study habits that will help them have greater academic success.  Boys may sign up for one weekly class, or multiple classes depending on their needs and goals.

    This class will take place in Room 54 from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 5 - 6

    Boys in the 5th and 6th grade will practice fundamental skills of shooting, passing, trapping and dribbling. In addition, they will learn offensive and defensive skills while playing games, round-robin and three-team tournament settings. This is a fun-filled class, with soccer, music and great comaraderie.  Boys are bussed to the 94th Street gym for class. Boys should bring a change of clothes, shin guards, and sneakers or indoor soccer shoes.  Boys are dismissed from the 94th Street Gym at 5:30pm, sharp.

    Lottery Class

    The objectives of the Club center around discussing current events that impact the economy and financial markets. Through investing in a virtual portfolio, the boys will work together to determine which stocks make a valuable investment and which ones should not be included. Members will discuss factors involved in making these decisions while also learning about the risks and rewards of the choices they make. The Club will spend time discussing key events that took place the previous week in financial markets.  Boys will also explore and research companies and engage in spirited discussions about their investments.

    This class will take place in Room 35 from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 6 - 8

    You will discover that you need to think deeply and speak well in order to win an argument. In this class, we will use theater games, research activities, and mock trials to learn how to debate. Develop skills to listen; be a team member; respect diversity; and resolve conflict well. Prepare to use your writing, passion, and eloquence in addressing ethical and relevant issues. 

    (Priority will be given to 7th & 8th graders)

    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 7 - 8

    The goal of the class is to provide a framework for effective pubic speaking, and also address how to deal with common issues that inhibit/enhance its delivery.

    Over the course of the 9-week class, students will learn how to make the critical shift from literally reading the words they’ve written, to feeling, “owning” and delivering them, not from a script, but from the heart, utilizing just four or five bullet points on an index card.

    There are an array of elements that can make, or ruin, an effective speech. Among those we’ll cover are:

    • Nervousness
    • Eye contact with audience
    • Being yourself. Personality is critical!
    • How to “read” an audience
    • Importance of organization
    • Start with your finish: Summarize the bottom line first!
    • Thoughts/Selling Points: “Think In Threes”
    • Use of humor, personalization of message
    • Keys to a great presentation: clarity, simplicity and repetition

    We’ll also review some noteworthy speeches, as each student practices and perfects his speech, all leading to its final presentation in the last class.

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    Tom Murray is an accomplished and versatile media consultant with over three decades of experience as an exceptional writer, interviewer and communicator.

    His career as a journalist was launched and honed in the print medium, before continuing in broadcast television, where he was the recipient of multiple awards as an on-air anchor/reporter/producer. While his main focus was sports, covering everything from high school and colleges to major events like the World Cup, multiple Super Bowls, NHL, NBA and MLB playoffs, he also delved into general assignment news—fires, earthquakes, riots and everything in-between.

    With nearly 30 years of experience as an on-camera broadcaster, as well as a presenter/host who performs with ease in front of a wide range of audiences, Murray also provides his clients with invaluable support and insight on their communication and presentation delivery skills and techniques.

    In addition, Murray crafts speeches and social media content, creates copy for marketing and fundraising campaigns and also contributes profiles, features, in-depth interviews and guest columns for several national publications.

    He’s also a filmmaker. Murray’s acclaimed, award-winning documentary film Dad’s In Heaven With Nixon premiered on the Showtime Network during Autism Awareness Week and is currently widely available online.

    Murray graduated cum laude from Boston College, where he earned a BA degree in English and played on both the hockey and lacrosse teams.

    Grades 7 - 8

    Does your son love to think about math? Our math sessions will allow motivated students to explore concepts and activities that are outside of the school curriculum. Our goal is to encourage a sense of discovery and excitement about mathematics and to develop students' reasoning and creative thinking abilities through problem solving, hands-on activities, and games. This is for all students who can work independently, take risks, and be comfortable not always knowing the answer but who can stick to the challenge and try to work it out.

    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

  • Grades K - O

    Step into the shoes of a detective and uncover the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis. You will probe the science of tracking as you stamp out scenarios and uncover codes in this session. Some of the weekly topics in this session include : Crime Lab, Cracking the Case, The Science of Security, Agent Undercover, Sleuths on the Scene, Funky Forensics, Spy Academy, Junior Detectives, Discover Detection and Whodunit?

    This class will take place in the small dining room from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Grades K - O

    Since 1995, Dribbl has been teaching kids of all ages the fundamentals of sports in a fun and safe environment. They like to focus on things like teamwork and sportsmanship rather than points and trophies. Dribbl will be hosting our REC (recreational) club, which will consist of a number of awesome sports main events that the boys are used to from their regular school day schedule. Games like dodgeball, kickball and mission impossible will keep the boys moving and send them home tired!

    This will take place in Hyman Hall from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    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 (insert copyright) 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!

    This class inckudes a materials fee.  It will take place in Room 34 from 4:30-5:30.

    Coach Williams, Saint David's resident basketball expert, will work with our young boys on the fundamentals of the game: from dribbling, to passing, to shooting, to playing sound defense.  All the while, boys in this class will be learning new and creative ways to play the game of basketball. Throughout the session boys will participate in drills, competitive games, and scrimmages to further improve their technique, skills, and confidence.  Most importantly, the boys will have FUN!

    This class will take place at the 94th Street Gym.  Boys are dismissed from the 94th Street Gym at 5:30pm.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 2 - 3

    The Directed Study Program is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP Juniors is specifically for grades two and three, and is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce homework skills and study habits. Boys in DSP are expected to do independent work, with general assistance from the instructor.  Before registering, parents should discuss with their sons the goals of developing or sustaining strong study habits that will help them have greater academic success.  Boys may sign up for one weekly class, or multiple classes depending on their needs and goals.

    This class will take place in Room 51 from 4:30-5:30.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 3 - 4

    Boys in this class will practice fundamental skills of shooting, passing, trapping and dribbling. In addition, they will learn offensive and defensive skills while playing games, round-robin, three-team tournament settings. This is a fun-filled class for boys grades 3 & 4, with soccer, music and great comaraderie.  Boys are bussed to the 94th Street gym for class. Boys should bring a change of clothes, shin guards, and sneakers or indoor soccer shoes.  Boys will be picked up from the 94th Street Gym at 5:30pm, sharp.

    Grades 4 - 8

    The Directed Study Program is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce homework skills and study habits. Boys in DSP are expected to do independent work, with general assistance from the instructor.  Before registering, parents should discuss with their sons the goals of developing or sustaining strong study habits that will help them have greater academic success.  Boys may sign up for one weekly class, or multiple classes depending on their needs and goals.

    This class will take place in Room 26 from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 5 - 8

    The Omnium Nobis Club (previously known as Study Skills) offers students guidance toward achieving their academic goals by practicing effective study and homework habits. Boys will learn to be all they can be through practicing and implementing strategies to effectively study for assessments and thoroughly and thoughtfully complete their written assignments. At times boys tend to rush while working, however, the purpose of the Omnium Nobis Club is to guide the boys to approach their academics in new ways. 

    This will be led by Sammantha Furniss, who is our Upper School Learning Specialist.  Pick up will be at 5:30pm at 89th street.

    Grades 5 - 8

    Join the Hot Stove discussions, and discover more about our national pastime than you ever thought possible.  Boys in the class banter over who are the best players in the game, best moments, and other baseball related topics.  This class will include baseball movies, newsreels, audio clips, prose, poetry, baseball cards, memorabilia, and hours of “hot stove” discussions.  The class includes participation in the vaunted Hot Stove Fantasy Baseball League.  Saint David’s boys and faculty, past and present, all flock to this class for fun, laughs, and "talking baseball."

    This class will take place in Room 25 from 4:30-5:30.

    Information Coming soon.
  • Grades K - O

    This program explores the art of clay modeling and character design. Students will be introduced to the basics of sculpting technique.

    This class will take place in Room 16 from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Grades K - O

    Whether your son has played chess for a couple of years or is just starting out, he will enjoy the engaging challenge of a time-honored game. Through lessons, visual manipulations, and match play, boys will learn the moves of each of the pieces and new strategies to outwit their opponent.  With well-tested, school approved iPad apps (such as Dinosaur Chess), more advanced boys will also have a chance to test skills in a fun and constructive way.  The course will be taught by Chris William.  Mr. William plays chess professionally and has worked with boys from Saint David's for over 15 years. 

    This will take place in the Lower School Dining Room from 2:30-3:15.

    Lottery class

    Grades 1 - 2

    Boys in this class will practice fundamental skills of shooting, passing, trapping, and dribbling. In addition, they will learn offensive and defensive skills while playing games in round-robin, three-team tournament settings.  This is a fun-filled class, with soccer, music and great camaraderie.  Boys are bussed to the 94th Street gym for class.  Participants should bring play clothes and sneakers from home, stored in a bag and placed in the locker room storage hamper.

    This class will take place at the 94th Street Gym.  Boys are dismissed from the 94th St Gym at 5:30pm.

    Lottery Class

    Boys at both the beginning and intermediate levels will have a combination of instructional lessons and playtime. Boys learn and review legal moves for each piece.  Boys also learn strategies, traps, and special moves they can use to outwit their opponents. Boys also get a chance to test their skills against school-approved iPad apps such as Dinosaur Chess. The instructor, Mr. William, plays chess professionally and works with students at several independent schools.  He has been working with Saint David's boys for over 15 years.

    This class will take place in Room 31 from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 1 - 3

    The Directed Study Program- Math is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP- Math is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce math skills, homework skills, and study habits. Boys in DSP- Math are expected to do independent work with math assistance from the instructor. Classes are organized in sections based upon grade levels.

    This class will take place from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 3 - 5

    Spend the semester learning about robots while we experiment and play with them. We will we discuss what makes robots different from humans while exploring circuits and conductivity as well as simple machines. Over the course of the semester each participant will build one of these robots (pictured below). Unlike other robotic clubs, each child will get to keep their completed robot at the end of the semester to show off to their friends!

    This class takes place in the small dining room from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 4 - 8

    The Directed Study Program is an opportunity for boys to work in a quiet, contained, small group setting for one hour after the school day ends.  DSP is a carefully organized and monitored study period designed to build and reinforce homework skills and study habits. Boys in DSP are expected to do independent work, with general assistance from the instructor.  Before registering, parents should discuss with their sons the goals of developing or sustaining strong study habits that will help them have greater academic success.  Boys may sign up for one weekly class, or multiple classes depending on their needs and goals.

    This class will take place in Room 54 from 4:30-5:30.

    Grades 5 - 8

    The Omnium Nobis Club (previously known as Study Skills) offers students guidance toward achieving their academic goals by practicing effective study and homework habits. Boys will learn to be all they can be through practicing and implementing strategies to effectively study for assessments and thoroughly and thoughtfully complete their written assignments. At times boys tend to rush while working, however, the purpose of the Omnium Nobis Club is to guide the boys to approach their academics in new ways. 

    This will be led by Sammantha Furniss, who is our Upper School Learning Specialist.  Pick up will be at 5:30pm at 89th street.

    Information Coming soon.
  • Grades K - O

    Our SD coaches will teach soccer skills in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. Our purpose is to use soccer to nurture, to build self-confidence, and to develop teamwork in every class. Our specially designed curricula use positive reinforcement to ensure that each child improves at his or her own rate while having endless fun.

    This class will take place in Hyman Hall from 1:30-3:00.

    Lottery Class

    Grades K - 1

    Gaga is a fast paced, high energy sport played in an octagonal pit. The more boys the better! Played with a soft foam ball, this safe game combines the skills of dodging, striking, running, and jumping, while trying to hit opponents with a ball below the knees. Players need to keep moving to avoid getting hit by the ball. Fun and easy, all children get a serious workout. Gaga instructors will get the boys moving with a warm up, followed by a quick strategy lesson--the game is simple but there are some cool tricks to learn.  Boys will travel by bus with a Saint David’s After School faculty member over to the Gaga Center, located at 230 East 93rd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues). Boys should bring a pair of sneakers and a tee shirt to the class.  This class runs from school dismissal (1:00pm) until class is over around 3pm.  The boys are given a snack and taken over to the Gaga Center with After School chaperones on school provided transportation.  Boys are dismissed from Saint David's 89th Street at 3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 1 - 4

    One of the best ways to get a child excited is to allow them to create something of their own. In this class, we enable young kids to make their own 3D adventures by using fundamental coding concepts. Children will take Kodu apple picking, program Kodu to play hide and seek, and even help Kodu find his way out of a maze! Students are encouraged to make the adventures their own by adding in their own ideas. Learning to code at a young age allows children to exercise critical thinking, creative expression, and apply logical reasoning. 
     
    This class is designed for young children with little or no computer/coding experience. 
    This class takes place in the Lower School Library from 3:30-4:30.  Boys will either have to sign up for an after school class prior to Kodu, or come back to school by 3:30 after dismissal.

    Grades 1 - 2

    Hobby Quest’s “Airplane Pilots”

    Who would think learning important STEM concepts could be fun? The physics of flying is made simple and enjoyable with Hobby Quest’s Airplane Pilots. You’ll learn the science of how to build and actually fly our all-new, high-soaring models. How far will yours go? How high will it climb? Why does it fly? This fall will be packed with tons of building and flying fun, and you’ll learn a great deal too! Have a seat and prepare for takeoff by making Airplane Pilots your next science adventure!

    This class fee includes a materials fee.

    This class will take place from 1:30-3:15.  Pick up will be at 3:15pm at 89th street.

    Students in this class will brave the mysterious realm of zombie stories! These young filmmakers will experiment with a wide variety of art making materials to create their very own zombie creations! These brave storytellers will use professional grade filmmaking equipment and software to tell the tales of the undead! The finished films can be viewed, downloaded and shared again and again!

    This class will take place in Room 66 (Lab) from 1:30-3:15.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 5 - 6

    Friday Basketball brings the excitement and fundamentals of this popular sport to the After School Program. Boys in this class will review the fundamentals of the game--from dribbling, to passing, to shooting--while learning more advanced skill sets and creative ways to play the game. Throughout the sessions, boys will participate in drills, set plays, and competitive mixed-age group games to further improve their technique, skills, and confidence. Every session will begin with instruction and end with a scrimmage.  This program will be for boys in Grades 5 and 6, and it will be held in the 94th Street Gym.  Boys are dismissed from the 94th Street Gym at 3:15pm.

    Lottery Class

    Grades 7 - 8

    Friday Basketball brings the excitement and fundamentals of this popular sport to the After School Program. Boys in this class will review the fundamentals of the game--from dribbling, to passing, to shooting--while learning more advanced skill sets and creative ways to play the game. Throughout the sessions, boys will participate in drills, set plays, and competitive mixed-age group games to further improve their technique, skills, and confidence. Every session will begin with instruction and end with a scrimmage.  This program will be for boys in Grades 7 and 8, and it will be held in the 94th Street Gym.  Boys are dismissed from the 94th Street Gym at 3:15pm.

    Lottery Class

*For Upper School Boys: please note that this class ends on the week of March 10th.