Enrichment classes are open to students aged four and above and run from 3:15 PM until 4:15 PM daily. The ten week session begins the week of December 10. 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 Gator’s contract, deduct $100 from the enrollment fee when you sign up for an enrichment class.
Classes are $280 for a ten-week session, or $28 a class. Registration is online. Because class sizes are limited, refunds cannot be given. Make up classes will be scheduled for inclement weather days. The fall schedule of classes has been developed based on feedback from the community survey on enrichment.
Mondays, 3:15-4:15, December 10 – March 11 (no class Dec. 24 & 31, Jan. 21, Feb. 18)
Space is the Place with Mr. Diego
Explore the great beyond and learn about planets, stars, and space travel. Students will work with hands-on materials and become young astronomers as they inquire into our solar system and galaxy, and beyond!
Agility and Tumbling with Ms. Hinton
Children will practice and develop strength, coordination, and agility through a variety of gross motor activities. Agility is the ability to change directions and gain speed without losing motor control. Have fun while creating the foundations for confidence and participation in sports and movement activities!
Tuesdays, 3:15-4:15, December 11 – February 26 (no class Dec. 25, Jan. 1)
Kid vs Wild with Mr. Diego
If you love the outdoors, this is the class for you! Learn survival skills for outdoor adventures, like navigating with maps and compasses, making simple tools, tying knots, and foraging. We’ll explore hands-on challenges and have fun together while learning about nature.
Wednesdays, 3:15-4:15, December 12 – February 27 (no class Dec. 26, Jan. 2)
Tinker Time with Mr. Diego (new and returning students welcome)
Build, construct, play and tinker with a variety of construction materials in Harbor’s very own Makerspace! You’ll be presented with design challenges to solve and time will be set aside for open building as well.
Soccer with Ms. Hinton
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, December 13 – February 28 (no class Dec. 27, Jan. 3)
Art Centered STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) with Ms. Keeve
Explore arts integration into science, for young and developing minds! Activities will include chemical reactions, magnet painting, kaleidoscope-making, and matter sculptures. Express your creativity and investigative mind with experimental activities like pendulum painting and gravity art.
Superheroes Within with Mr. Diego
Harbor kids will discuss traits of superheroes and develop their own characters to make the world a better place. Children will create their own emblem and costume, special powers, and storyline.
Fridays, 3:15-4:15, December 14 – March 8 (no class Dec. 28, Jan. 4)
Harbor Hoops with Mr. Diego *new and returning players welcome
The Harbor School’s basketball program, coached by former Division I basketball player and preschool teacher Mr. Diego, will build upon skills introduced in the fall session. Harbor Hoops is designed to teach students the fundamental skills of basketball (ball handling, passing, and shooting) while instilling life lessons and values such as character, teamwork, respect and sportsmanship.
*ADULT CLASS on Monday afternoons – at a new time! ($75 for the session)
3:30-4:30 Yoga for Adults with Leah, December 10 – March 11 (no class Dec. 24 & 31, Jan. 21, Feb. 18)
Parents and teachers are invited to join experienced yoga teacher and Harbor Head of School Leah Musico, in a weekly yoga class – because your health and wellness is important! Cost is low to promote adult community-building and to support the school. All fees will be used to promote professional development with the Harbor faculty.