Enrichment classes are open to students aged four and above and run from 3:15 PM until 4:15 PM daily. The spring session begins the week of March 18. Classes require a minimum enrollment of 5 and maximum of 12 students.
Snacks will be provided. Pick up from enrichment classes takes place at 4:15 p.m. The enrichment teacher will escort your child to your car. Your child is welcome to stay for Later Gators following the class. If you already have a Later Gators contract, deduct $100 from the enrollment fee when you sign up for an enrichment class.
Registration is online. Because class sizes are limited, refunds cannot be given. Make up classes will be scheduled for inclement weather days. The schedule of classes has been developed based on feedback from the community survey on enrichment.
Mondays, 3:15-4:15, March 18-May 20 (9 classes, no class March 25)
¿Hablas Español? with Mr. Diego
Take a trip to Bolivia to taste empanadas! Or travel to Argentina to experience Carnival! All while using Spanish to learn and communicate. Students will build upon their Spanish language through an exploration of Spanish and Latin American culture.
Dance for Fitness with Ms. Hinton
Love to dance? This class is for you! Explore your creative expression through a variety of dances, such as Zumba, jazz choreography, and even the waltz. Increase your heart rate and cardiovascular endurance while building body awareness and self-confidence!
Tuesdays, 3:15-4:15, March 19-May 21 (9 classes, no class March 26)
Technology Galore: Coding and More with Mr. Diego
Learn the language of coding through working with programming apps like Scratch Jr., and learn to code robots such as Ozobots and Dash! Plus have fun creating 3D designs using our 3D printer and other exciting technology projects!
Beginning Sewing with Mrs. Kasper
Ever wanted to learn to sew? Get to know the parts of a sewing machine, practice sewing without thread, making turns, and sewing lines with thread. At the end of the session, every student will walk away with a culminating product of a drawstring bag!
Wednesdays, 3:15-4:15, March 20-May 29 (9 classes, no class March 27, April 24)
LEGO World with Mr. Diego
Back by popular demand! Learn the history of Legos, where they originated and what materials they were first made out of, and how they became one of the most iconic toys in the last century. Use your creativity and collaborate with others to build elaborate Lego creations!
Soccer with Ms. Hinton *new and returning players welcome
Harbor’s soccer program is designed to help children reach their full potential and promotes physical fitness in a structured and fun way. Students will focus on fair play, teamwork, skill-building, coordination, and of course, fun!
Thursdays, 3:15-4:15, March 21 – May 30 (no class March 28, April 18)
T-Ball with Mr. Diego
Springtime means baseball season! Have fun and develop skills with t-ball, a junior version of baseball. Learn the rules of t-ball, while practicing hitting, catching, and throwing, Students will have have fun while developing teamwork and sportsmanship.
Yoga & Mindfulness with Señora Goldstein
Did you know that the Harbor Spanish teacher, Señora Goldstein, is also a yogi? Learn yoga poses and stretch your body, while also practicing mindfulness techniques. Build balance, strength, flexibility, and a calm mind through yoga (and reinforce parts of the body in Spanish too!)
Fridays, 3:15-4:15, March 22 – May 17 (7 classes, no class March 29, April 19)
Photography with Ms. Moreno
Learn the FUNdamentals of photography with our new art teacher, Ms. Moreno, a trained professional photographer. Learn about composition (rule of thirds, filling the frame, leading lines, negative space) and lighting (natural light, low light, side light, back light). Find points of interest and experiment with your own subject matter through fun, guided photography projects.