After School Winter & Spring Program

Our After School Program ON-LINE or ON-SITE Options are fun, engaging classes & clubs that will be more than resources to read or activities to try on your own, but real time with teachers who are excited to share their passions and expertise in a new way.  Thank you for jumping into our After School community as we meet the challenges of this transformational year! 
 
We have teachers offering classes On-Line for those who wish to connect as we have been this year, while some other teachers are willing to meet in person with limited numbers, required mask wearing, and safe distancing both outside and in our building. Teachers offering in-person classes will be keeping in close communication regarding any changes which might occur.
 
Our schedule is different, cost is reduced, and there are fewer offerings available, however we still hope to connect and explore, to try some new activities, or have a place to keep some favorite arts & activities alive and available. See the list below for more details, and sign up to register here:
 
 
"Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to
look at things in a different way." 
Edward de Bono  
 
WELCOME 2021!
 
ART SOCIAL CLUB 
Create new, interesting art pieces to keep or give as gifts! By the time we are starting, we hope to be meeting In-person/On-site, if it is safe, though notification about online or In-person decision is pending. Enjoy your favorite dance music while we experiment and practice working with a number of different mediums, making fabulous art. Painting, journaling, jewelry-making, clay, print-making, felting and more are all on the list this spring. 
Instructor: Elizabeth Wilson
~ All Grades & All Levels / ONLY 6 - 12 students for safe distancing
~ MASKS REQUIRED at all times
~ $185 for 8 weeks on Thursdays 
~ Begins Thursday, March 18 and ends on May 13
~ Class starts at 3:45 pm / Ends at 5:15 pm
 
FLUTE LESSONS
These Individual or small-group lessons will be based on Classical training to build strength and flexibility while also exploring musical concepts that are universal from Classical/Baroque to Romantic, Impressionistic and modern --- some jazz, rock, pop, Celtic, and fusion. Let's have fun making music, creating music, and learning wonderful ways to communicate and express ourselves!
Instructor: Corinne Cummings
~ All Grades / $95 for 3 initial sessions
~ One hour ZOOM session, One-on-one, or small-group instruction 
~ By appointment with Instructor
~ openings available
 
GERMAN LANGUAGE & CULTURE --- SPARKS PROGRAM!
Learn German with German students at the University of Utah! The course will cover Fairy Tales (Rumpelstilzchen and Hans in Luck), castles, customs, and food. Students will learn simple phrases and practice speaking German. At the end of the quarter, students will present on their own topic in German. 
Instructor: University of Utah German students (Frau Thomas, Herr Rellaford, Herr Brown, Herr Tanner, and Frau Demschar) under the direction of German Professor Karin Baumgartner 
~ All Grades / $85 for 10 weeks on Fridays
~ Begins Friday, Jan 22, ends Mar 26 and runs specifically on the following dates:
   1/22,  1/29,  2/5,  2/12,  2/19,  2/26,  3/5,  3/12,  3/19, 3/26   
~ Class starts at 3:00 pm / One hour ZOOM session
~ openings available, priority given to continuing students enrolled this Fall 2020
 
GRAB BAG SOCIAL CLUB!
Come join in the fun of creative living! From cooking to crafts to exploring our community --- Learn something new and fun while spending time with your friends. Hybrid outside activity days will be In-person with masks required. Special craft and cooking days will be on ZOOM.
Limited to approximately 8 students. 
Instructor: Karin Fenn
~ 5th and 6th Grades / $120 for 8 weeks on Wednesdays 
~ TERM FOUR class begins Wednesday, March 24, ends May 12 
~ Class starts at 3:30 pm / Ends at 4:45 pm
~ Limited to approximately 8 students per class
 
RADIO PLAYS
On Tuesdays OR Wednesday, Ms Holly will be offering a selection of fun Radio Plays depending upon the term. See descriptions of each play below. These plays will be worked on and rehearsed in the Commons with a final Radio Play that gets recorded so it is available to friends and family to keep!
 
Aunt Lottie's LeftOver Cafe  (Term 3)  full cast
A comedic radio play commercial that tackles family mealtime. When a typical family can’t decide where to go for dinner, they are introduced to a very unusual restaurant. Aunt Lottie’s Leftover Café doesn’t actually cook their own food, but sends their “chefs” around town collecting the leftovers from the kitchens of more “fine dining” establishments.
 
Mad Tea Party  (Term 3)  full cast
This radio play was adapted from the tea party scene in Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’. It offers students a fun chance to play some of the characters in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ without performing the entire play.
 
Treasure Island  (Term 4)

Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson, is a classic tale of young Jim Hawkins who finds a map of a pirate treasure island in the mid-1700's. He and his compatriots find the island, overcome a crew of mutinous pirates and return to England with the treasure! This radio play adaptation stays true to the original story/dialogue and gives young performers an opportunity to explore this theatrical style! 

 

Instructor: Holly Winn
~ All Grades / $95 / On-campus
~ TERM THREE, Tuesday class begins Feb 2 and ends March 2 
   Tuesday now closed / full cast
~ TERM THREE, Wednesday class begins Feb 3 and ends March 3
 
~ TERM FOUR, Tuesday class begins April 6 and ends May 4
~ TERM FOUR, Wednesday class begins April 7 and ends May 5
~ Tues and Wed classes run from 4:00 - 5:15 pm
~ Limited to 10 students per class
 
ROCK BAND
Pick your instrument, pick your music, and maybe add a little more cowbell as we learn how to make Rock n' Roll in the modern age! We hope this small group will be able to start In-person by the starting date, though it is possible we may need to begin on-line. Glenn will be in contact with registered families to see what will work best, though it is important to realize it will be one or the other, not a hybrid during scheduled hours. Limited to 4 - 8 students. 
Instructor: Glenn Livengood
~ All Grades / $185 for 10 weeks on Tuesday & Thursday 
~ TERM THREE class / Begins Tuesday, Jan 19, ends Thursday March 25
~ Class starts at 3:30 pm / 45 minutes to an hour
 
MATH TUTORING
The exceptional CPM Math program is featured in our daily classrooms, as it will be in this tutoring session with either our amazing Math teacher at SLArts, Norma Iglesias, as well as former SLArts student, now UofU student, Andrew Ferdon. Both have been offering extra assistance in our Math Tutorial After School classes in prior years, and are excited to assist students with their growth mindset while developing strategies to understand math concepts and solve mathematical problems. Whether brushing up on concepts from last year, gaining proficiency for current curriculum, or going into more depth for something coming up, working in either small groups or one-on-one via ZOOM provides that extra piece of assistance. 
Instructors: Norma Iglesias, Andrew Ferdon
~ All Grades / $75 for 3 initial sessions
~ 45 min ZOOM session, One-on-one (or small group) instruction --- Ms. Iglesias/small group based on content/grade level, or Andrew/Individual lessons
~ By appointment with Instructor
~ Openings available
 
SLARTS NEWS!
Students who are excited about sharing current events, interviews, movie reviews, creative writing, photography, illustration, poetry, and whatever we believe will interest our school community will be pulling our periodical together with pizzazz! There is so much to share, but we will make the tough choices and figure out what's fit to print! . Limited to approximately 8 students. 
Instructor: Corinne Cummings
~ All Grades / $125 for 10 weeks on Fridays 
~ Begins Friday, Jan 22, ends March 26 
~ Class starts at 2:00 pm / One hour ZOOM session
~ openings available
 
ZINES
Enter the world of small press by creating our own zines and mini-comics! We'll explore different components of self-publishing --- printmaking, page layout, comic creation, graphic design, creative writing, book-binding, collage making and more! Limited to 8 students. 
Instructor: Bonnie Cooper
~ All Grades / $95 for 8 weeks on Fridays
~ Begins Friday, Feb 5, ends March 26
~ Class starts at 1:00 pm / One hour ZOOM session
~ openings available
 
 
 
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