Roy Cloud Enrichment Offerings Winter 2017
Registration for Winter 2017 is now open!
All classes are held on the Roy Cloud campus where students are able to stay in a safe and enriching environment while also continuing to build community through sharing a common interest. For scheduling flexibility, please note that students attending Workshop after school can also attend after-school enrichment classes and return to Workshop when the class is over.
Many of our classes also offer supervision for k-2 students when classes begin on or after 2:50. Please see visit the website above for class descriptions.
Please note that these classes are offered by individual vendors. All payments and responsibilities for attendance, questions, and other issues can be directed at the individual vendors by following the link to their websites.
Other questions regarding the PTO Enrichment Program can be sent to the PTO Enrichment Coordinators Mary-Elizabeth Redner at firstname.lastname@example.org and Tiffany Gonzales at email@example.com
Courses at a Glance
|Program||Grade Level||Day of Week||Time||Location||Session Dates|
|Workshop Enrichment ||K-8th||Mon-Fri||Dismissal-6pm||TBD||Sept-June|
|Kids Corner/Day Care|
|CSMA Art Club||1st-2nd||Tues||2:30-3:30||Room 20||1/17-5/16|
|CSMA Art Club||K||Thurs||1:35-2:35||Room 21||1/19-5/11|
|Young Rembrants Drawing Class||K-5||Thurs||1:40-2:40||Room 3||1/19-4/6|
|Spanish Contact Wendy||K-3rd||Tues/Thurs||7:30-8:10am||Library||ongoing|
|Roy Cloud 2017 Chorus||K-2||Mon||2:30-3:30||MUB||1/23-5/22|
|Coding Clubs||5-8||Tues or Thurs||7:30-8:00||Library||ongoing|
|Circuit Contraptions||1st-3rd||Wed||2:50-3:50||Room 15||1/13-3/17|
|Minecraft Challenges||4th-6th||Mon||2:50-4:20||Room 40||1/11-3/15|
|Wizbots Robotics||3rd-8th||Mon||3:00-4:30||Room 7||1/23-3/20|
|Hip Hop, sign up at first class||K-5||Thurs||1:35-2:25||Library||ongoing|
|Winter Cooking Class||1st-5th||Fri||3:00-4:15||Room 7||1/20-3/31|
CSMA Art Club-This session’s exploration topic is: Discover Art: Past and Present. Students will draw, paint, and sculpt with support and instruction from CSMA faculty. We will begin the journey in the ancient world and progress to the modern/contemporary art. Students will creat works of art inspired by the artists and cultures that influenced our history. Techers develop a new curriculum with each new session.
Grades 1-2: offered on Tuesdays 2:30-3:30pm in room #20 (art teacher meets all students in the quad and walks them to room #20)
KinderArt Club (same class as above, but tailored for kinders!): offered on Thursdays 1:35-2:35pm in room #21
To register: arts4all.org (go to “In School Programs”, then “After School Clubs”)
Young Rembrandts – Our elementary-age curriculum is designed to teach basic to advanced drawing skills, art techniques and vocabulary. We believe that drawing is the bedrock skill required for future artistic success. We give them skills to express their creativity, and believe that all children can – and should – learn to draw. You’ll see increased art abilities, learning skills, self-confidence and self-esteem. Our budding artists will have the opportunity to flex their creative muscle as they take on fun, artistic challenges like our Jack Russell Terrier and even More Emojis in the month of January. February brings fun and culture into the classroom as our students’ learn about masquerade and dive into the mind of master artist Romero Britto. And in the month of March, get ready for some dinosaur-sized excitement as your elementary student recreates the ferocious T-Rex Young Rembrandts style!
Grades K-5 (ages 6-12): offered on Thursdays 1:40-2:40pm in Room #3 (Parent volunteer will pick up Kindergartners at their class and walk them to room #3)
To register: www.youngrembrandts.com
Learn Spanish!– Basic introduction to Spanish incorporating music and movement. This class is tailored to children who are new to the language using interactive fun activities to encourage students’ interest and ease their language process. The emphasis of this class is mostly on listening and speaking with little exposure to reading and writing.
Grades K-3: offered as a Monday/Wednesday class or a Tuesday/Thursday class 7:30-8:10am in the library
To register: If you are interested in enrolling your child after the registration dates (check Enrichment Schedule), please contact Wendy at Universe of Colors 650-401-8368, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Class rates will be prorated if registering after registration date)
Roy Cloud 2017 Chorus– Over the course of 15 weeks, students will learn many fun songs while gaining the fundamentals of singing and performing, culminating in a Spring performance for parents and friends. This is a program of the Community School of Music and Arts, taught by CSMA faculty.
Grades K-2: offered on Mondays 2:30-3:30pm in the MUB (CSMA does NOT provide supervision for Kindergarteners before chorus class. Parents are responsible for providing/arranging supervision before 2:30)
To register: arts4all.org (go to “In School Programs”, then “Before and After School Music ”)
Science and Technology Classes:
Coding Clubs-computer science and coding exploration with 3 different class options: a beginner programming class using Scratch (for students with little or no programming experience), Advanced Scratch (for students who were in Coding Club last year), and Web Programming. (Grades 3-8)
Grades 3-5: offered on Tuesdays 7:30-8:00 in the library
Grades 5-8: offered on Tues or Thurs 7:30-8:00 in the library
To register: Contact email@example.com for more info. or register: https://goo.gl/forms/n4l1ELZoDpT5CydQ2 (this class is free)
Circuit Contraptions: We’re rolling out the newest craze to hit the kids’ market – littleBits as seen on TED! Does your student love to explore and build with hands-on, creative activities? Let’s take that excitement and add in electronics and circuits! Students use littleBits and other cool circuits that move, light, and make noise to create amazing contraptions.We designed this class to be a stress-free and fun way for students to step into STEM classes. In this one- of-a-kind course, we introduce students to the principles of electronics and circuits.Then we challenge the campers to combine their imagination with this technical knowledge to build projects. Students assemble a wide variety of electrical components from our Lab, such as infrared light sensors, potentiometers, motors, servos, oscillators, fans, delays, synthesizers, speakers, microphones, and keyboards to build and power their creations.Who knew oscillators could be so much fun!There’s no soldering. And no breadboards. Instead students explore circuits through unique activities that combine learning the science of circuits with hands-on building.
Grades 1-3: offered on Wednesdays 2:50-3:50pm in Room #15 (there is supervision by the Sparkiverse Labs teacher for 1st and 2nd graders from 2:30-2:50pm)
To register: http://www.sparkiverselabs.com/midpeninsula/
Minecraft Adventures: Whether your student is new to Minecraft or has taken other Sparkiverse Minecraft classes – they will enjoy this Minecraft Challenges class full of fresh challenges for Winter 2017! Each week Sparkiverse takes students on team challenges using the educational version of Minecraft. This version allows us to manage the game play inside of each Minecraft world and even give rewards or freeze the players as we act as both an instructor and coach.What makes this class exceptional is that we’ve bundled all of the creative aspects that your student loves about Minecraft and wrapped it with collaborative learning and problem solving. Students love playing the game together and coming up with strategies as a team to solve challenges. Parents appreciate that students are putting their Minecraft skills to use alongside classmates in the real world and students love it just as much! Let’s bring teamwork and imagination to Minecraft and watch the creative juices and healthy competition flow!
Grades 4-6: offered on Mondays 2:50-4:20pm in Room #40 (upstairs)
To register: http://www.sparkiverselabs.com/midpeninsula/
Wizbots Robotics: Learn the art & science of building robots! BUILD. CODE. PLAY. Take LEGO MINDSTORMS® and throw in unique building materials, crafts, and an ever-expanding supply of advanced robotic sensors. Stundets will program robots in Java, one of the world’s most popular and powerful programming languages. They will play the Path to Mastery Game which is all about fun and creativity! Journey from Novice to Master tackling new project challenges with each move. Students will learn engineering, programming, math & physics in a completely hands-on way. The journey is deep, so students can join season after season and always try something new! Parents will get to see all the fun too as each child’s project videos are posted online to see and share.
Grades 3-8: offered on Mondays 3:00-4:30pm in Room #7
To register: https://www.wizbots.com/connect/register/select_programs/after_school_programs
Bay Area Chess-provides professional chess instruction tailored to each student’s skill level. Students will learn the rules of the game, basic strategy, tactics, endgames and advanced strategy while progressing at their level.
Grades 1-8: offered on Thursdays 1:35-2:35pm in Room #30 (PTO Coordinators will pick up 1st graders and walk them to room #30.)
To register: http://enrichment.bayareachess.com/event/roy-cloud-chess-club-winter
Hip-Hop-energy filled and fun hip-hop dance class for all levels! Taught by an experienced teacher at Studios Broadway.
Grades K-5: offered on Thursdays 1:35-2:35pm in the library.
To register: registration forms will be available after class – just show up!
Winter Cooking Class – Come spend your winter afternoons cooking delicious meals with Junior Chef Stars! Students will learn a variety of basic culinary techniques to cook to keep themselves and their loved ones warm and happy throughout the cold Winter months.
Grades 1-5: offered on Fridays 3:00-4:15 in Room #7
To register: www.juniorchefstars.com (go to calendar, find Roy Cloud’s start date 1/20, click on class.)
Note that our after school program providers are independent companies who each maintain their own enrollment policies and processes. There is no central reservation system for after school programs.
Vendors, teachers and the After School Activities Coordinator make every effort to get every student to the programs’ location, however it is the parent’s responsibility to direct their child to the correct location, especially on the first day of class.