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Spring 2017 Enrichment Programs: 1st - 6th Grades

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These Enrichment Programs are offered to students in 1st through 6th grades. The classes are located on the South Campus.

Not all classes are offered to all grades. Listings are alphabetical.


Classes meet for about 15 weeks, starting the week of 1/16/17 and ending the week of 5/1/17.

Enrichment classes do not meet on days when school is not in session. Therefore, depending on the day(s) of the week your selections meet, there may be fewer than 15 class meetings.

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Spring 2017 First Grade Art: 1st, Tuesdays 3 - 4pm

Meets Tuesdays from 3pm - 4pm.

Location: Early Childhood Center Art and Science Classroom.

$275 for the semester.

We will use a variety of materials and techniques to create individual works of art. Through exciting new projects, first grade students will continue their study of texture, shape, color, line and value.

Spring 2017 Studio Art: 2nd - 4th, Tuesday or Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets Tuesdays OR Thursdays, from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School Art Studio.

Offered to grades 2 - 4.

$295 for the semester.

Students will utilize what they learn about the elements of art (line, shape, form , space, color and texture) and principles of design (balance, emphasis, movement, pattern, repetition, proportion, rhythm, variety and unity) to create their own two- and three-dimensional works of art, such as drawings, paintings, and sculptures.

Spring 2017 Astronomy Club: 1st - 4th, two classes - Monday 3 - 4pm or Thursday 4:15 - 5:15pm

Meet Mondays from 3 - 4pm, or Thursdays from 4:15 - 5:15pm.

Location: Lower school.

Offered to grades 1st - 4th.

$275 for the semester.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

The Astronomy Enrichment Program focuses on the basics of space science in a playful, creative environment. Lessons will engage students in the study of our Solar System, star constellations, types of stars and much more.

Mrs. Hendaya Garcia Haggerty will be teaching this course, you may know her as the Spanish teacher, however she has always been passionate about science, specially Astronomy. This will be Mrs. Haggerty's 2nd year at St Andrews and she is eager to share her Astronomy knowledge with her students.

No previous knowledge of Astronomy is necessary for this course. However, curiosity and a willingness to learn are fundamental.

Spring 2017 Ballet: 1st & 2nd, Thursday 3 - 4pm

Ballet classes are taught by Lisa Howell: 601-573-9912.

Class Schedule:

1st and 2nd grade class is on Thursdays, 3:00 - 4:00pm. 1st and 2nd graders can take a second class each week on Tuesdays from 3 - 4pm for an additional $100/semester.

Performances:

All ballet students participate in a “Spring Performance”.

The “Spring Performance” is Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 5:30pm.

There will be a rehearsal the afternoon of April 4. That is a 1/2 day for students.

Tuition:

Tuition for one day a week is $300/semester. Two days a week is $400/semester.

Uniform, available at Jazzy Dancer :

1st grade girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear short sleeve chiffon skirted pink

leotard, #BWP191, pink ballet shoes, white socks and character shoes.

2nd grade girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear short sleeve chiffon skirted light

blue leotard, #BWP191, pink ballet shoes, white socks and character shoes.

1st and 2nd grade boys wear a white t-shirt with black or navy shorts, and black jazz shoes with white socks.

Spring 2017 Ballet: 3rd & 4th, Tuesday 3 - 4pm

Ballet classes are taught by Lisa Howell: 601-573-9912.

Class Schedule:

3rd and 4th grade class is on Tuesdays, 3:00 - 4:00pm. 3rd & 4th grade students

may attend a 2nd class on Mondays or Wednesdays, 4:10 - 5:30pm.

Performances:

All ballet students participate in a “Spring Performance”.

The “Spring Performance” is Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 5:30pm.

There will be a rehearsal the afternoon of April 4. That is a 1/2 day for students.

Tuition:

Tuition for one day a week is $300 a semester.

Two days a week is $400 a semester.

Uniform, available at Jazzy Dancer :

3rd & 4th grade girls wear Body Wrappers Prowear camisole ballet cut leotard,

#024 for children’s sizes or #224, adult sizes. Students may choose the leotard

color. Pink ballet shoes, pink tights and character shoes are also required.

3rd and 4th grade boys wear a white t-shirt with black or navy shorts, and black jazz shoes with white socks.

Spring 2017 Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Engineering: 1st - 4th, Wednesday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Wednesdays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School.

Open to grades 1 - 4.

$265 for the semester.


Join Bricks 4 Kidz for a Lego® S.T.E.M. experience every Wednesday this Spring semester! Our projects, designed by engineers and architects, motivate children by reinforcing S.T.E.M. based principles while enhancing self-esteem, improving fine motor skills, and teaching important math skills. Our Lego® models are fully MOTORIZED. We will build vehicles, contraptions, inventions, animals and much more. Come join the educational fun! We Learn, We Build, We Play with LEGO bricks! ALL new projects EVERY semester!

Spring 2017 Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Robotics I: 3rd and 4th, Monday 3 - 4:15pm

Meets on Mondays from 3 - 4:15pm.

Location: Lower School.

Open to 3rd and 4th grades.

$300 for the semester.

This class is for students who have not taken a Bricks Robotics class before.

Bricks 4 Kidz Lego® Junior Robotics classes offer the excitement of building with LEGO bricks PLUS the challenge of computer programming! Using drag-and-drop icon-based software, we provide an experience introducing your child to the world of computer-programming and robotics. In this exciting semester of classes you will turn your LEGO creations into robots, programmed to do exactly what you tell them to do! This fun, action-packed semester combines real-life skills with real fun!

Spring 2017 Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO Robotics II: 3rd and 4th, Wednesday 3 - 4:15pm

Meets on Wednesdays from 3 - 4:15pm.

Location: Lower School.

Open to 3rd and 4th grades.

$300 for the semester.

This class is for students who have already taken a Bricks Robotics class.

Bricks 4 Kidz Lego® Junior Robotics classes offer the excitement of building with LEGO bricks PLUS the challenge of computer programming! Using drag-and-drop icon-based software, we provide an experience introducing your child to the world of computer-programming and robotics. In this exciting semester of classes you will turn your LEGO creations into robots, programmed to do exactly what you tell them to do! This fun, action-packed semester combines real-life skills with real fun!

Spring 2017 Camera Kids - Beginning and Advanced Photography: 1st - 4th, Wednesday 3 - 4:00 or 4:10 - 5:10pm

Meets Wednesdays.

Early class is for beginners and meets from 3 - 4pm.

The later class is for students who have already taken photography and are ready for more advanced learning. It meets from 4:10 - 5:10 pm.

Anyone in 1st - 4th can take either class based on their skill set.

Location: Lower School.

$300 for the semester per class.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Equipment: All students must have a digital camera with at least 10 Megapixels. Students are responsible for bringing their camera each week with batteries charged.

Just a little technique goes a long way with kids. If your kids want to learn to take better pictures, this is the class for them. We will explore our surroundings, both inside and out of the classroom. Techniques include learning to steady the camera for optimum focus, understanding flash, when to use it and when to not. We will explore depth of field, movement, close up and landscape photography. Mostly, we will open up a world of creativity centered around the imagination of what we see and learn to appreciate how to capture or freeze a moment in time, frame by frame...


Spring 2017 Cheer!: 1st - 4th, Wednesday 3:45 to 4:30pm

Meets on Wednesdays from 3:45 - 4:30pm, with grades 1st - 4th.

Location: Early Childhood Gym.

$350 for the semester.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Chants! Cheers! Motions! Character! Trust! Confidence!

Cheerleading is so much more than physical activity and rooting for our favorite teams. A CHEER! student will learn that a cheerleader is a true leader, a great friend, a good student who is honest, respectful and caring. CHEER! students share experiences and encourage each other. We CHEER everyone on! We learn the actual cheers that the Saint Andrew's Varsity Cheer Squad performs at football and basketball games. Students will learn directly from a Varsity St. Andrew's cheerleader. Our focus is on safety, teamwork, relationships and fun! Not to mention the amazing health benefits of cheerleading!

Spring 2017 Coding - Scratch: Monday. Intro Class, 1st - 6th: 3 - 4pm. Advanced Class, 2nd - 6th: 4:15 - 5:15pm

Intro Class, 1st -6th grades meets Mondays from 3 - 4pm.

Advanced Class, 2nd -6th grades meets on Mondays from 4:15 - 5:15pm.

Location: the new Discovery Center Tech Lab

$250 for the semester.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Lower School Technology Integrationist Rebecca Bernhardt leads Scratch coding classes for 1st through 6th graders. Students in the introductory class on Mondays from 3 - 4pm will learn the basics of the Scratch programming language and have fun in the process! The Advanced class on Mondays from 4:15 to 5:15 is open only to students who have already taken the intro class. Developed by the M.I.T. Media Lab, "Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century." Each class is limited to 15 students, so don't snooze!

Spring 2017 Coding - Arduino: 3rd and 4th, Tuesday 4:15 to 5:15pm

Meets Tuesdays from 4:15 to 5:15pm.

Open to grades 3 through 5.

Location: the new Discovery Center Tech Lab

Cost: $350 for the semester, which includes an Arduino kit.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Lower School Technology Integrationist Rebecca Bernhardt leads a new Arduino coding class for 3rd - 5th graders. Learn how to design and program a microcontroller kit that can control objects in the physical world! Ten spots available - don't snooze!

Spring 2017 Disc Golf: 1st - 4th, Tuesday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Tuesdays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Old PK Playground

For beginners or intermediate players in grades 1 - 4.

$250 for the semester.

Learn the fundamentals of disc golf, including etiquette, driving distance and mid-range, putting, and throwing side-arm and back hand. With so many great disc golf courses in the metro-Jackson area, learn how to play in the comfort of the Lower School grounds with Mr. Mac. Tuition includes a disc to keep!

Spring 2017 Drama Kids: 1st- 4th, Wednesday 3 - 4pm

Meets Wednesdays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School

Offered to grades 1 -4.

$280 for the semester.

Drama Kids helps develop important life skills through drama! Our program helps to give kids the confidence to be participants in all aspects of their lives, able to ask questions, seek answers and share information with others. Children who mix well with others find it easier to make friends and adjust to new situations. Our fall semester classes focus on development and acting skills, while our spring classes continue building those skills as we rehearse for our Spring Performance!

Spring 2017 German Language and Culture: 1st - 4th, Monday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Mondays from 3 - 4pm

Open to grades 1st - 4th.

Location: Ms. Dembny's Classroom.

$300 for the semester.

Students will interactively explore the German language and culture through literature, music, hands-on activities, and technology. No previous knowledge of German required.

Spring 2017 Girls on the Run: 3rd and 4th, Monday and Wednesday 4 - 5:15pm

Please visit www.gotrms.org to register - you can only register for GOTR via their website.

Meets on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning February 6, 2017 from 4:00 - 5:15pm.

Location: South Campus 2nd grade courtyard and field.

$150 for the semester

Offered to girls in 3rd and 5th grades.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

A physical activity-based positive youth development (PA-PYD) program designed to develop and enhance girls’ social, psychological, and physical competencies to successfully navigate life experiences. The Girls on the Run® program combines training for a 5k with an interactive curriculum targeting the promotion of competence, confidence, connection, character, caring, and contribution.


Spring 2017 Guitar with Mr. Mac: 1st - 4th, Monday or Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Mondays OR Thursdays, from 3 - 4pm. Offered to 1st - 4th grades.

Location: Lower School.

$250 for the semester.

In these beginning and intermediate guitar lessons with Mr. Mac, students will learn the basics, including the parts of the guitar, chords and fingering, and strumming technique. Open to brand new beginners and those who have already studied guitar. Students must provide their own instrument. Please contact Mr. Mac at mclartya@gosaints.org for suggestions on purchasing a guitar for small children.

Spring 2017 Hip Hop Dance: 1st - 4th, Tuesday or Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets on the South Campus on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 3 - 4pm.

Open to grades 1 - 4.

$300 for the semester.

This class combines technique and fun, upbeat music and choreography (with no suggestive lyrics/movements) to develop the dancers’ coordination, rhythm, flexibility, and self-expression.

Spring 2017 Japanese Language and Culture: 1st - 4th, Wednesday 3 - 4pm

Meets Wednesdays from 3 - 4pm at the lower school.

$250 for the semester.

Offered to grades 1st - 4th.

Students will be able to gain basic skills in reading, writing, and speaking Japanese through a wide range of cultural components. These include: how to use chopsticks, how to make origami, introducing a wide variety of Japanese foods, greetings and manners, traditional music and arts, current pop culture (manga, anime, singers, video games), and annual national holidays.

Dr. Kazuaki Shiota was born and raised in Osaka, Japan. He is a former exchange student from St. Andrew’s in Osaka which is one of the sister schools of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Jackson.

Spring 2017 Jazz Dance: K - 4th, Monday 3 - 4pm

Meets Mondays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School.

Offered to grades K - 4th.

$300 for the semester.

Jazz dance is a form of dance that showcases a dancer’s individual style and originality. This type of dancing is energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps, and quick turns. Students will develop an understanding of the moving body through movement awareness, dance improvisation, and choreography.


Spring 2017 Kaleidoscope Club: 2nd - 4th, Friday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Fridays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School.

Offered to 2nd through 4th grades.

$250 for the semester.

Kaleidoscope is a Kids Care Club. The mission of the club is to develop compassion and inspire a spirit of volunteering in elementary school children. The plan is to implement meaningful hands-on service projects in our school community. The goal is to improve leadership, self-discipline, self-esteem, empathy, critical thinking, and relationships with peers and adults. Students will have opportunities to explore skills and interests as well as develop compassion and social responsibility. A unique project that will continue for the entire school year is a partnership with a student out-of-state. During the semester students will correspond with pen pals at another Episcopal school out of state. Students will discuss similarities and differences and what life is like in our town and at our school. They will also take part in service projects around the school for teachers/admin. For example plant flowers, fall clean-up outside, help a teacher with her bulletin board. The focus of the club is kindness, pay-it-forward, expanding our scope, reaching out - hence, Kaleidoscope. Parents, please know that a portion of your class fee will be used, in your child's name, to complete our holiday helper project.

Spring 2017 Little Cook Lab: 1st - 4th: Monday 3 - 4pm

Meets Mondays from 3pm - 4pm. Location: Early Childhood Center Kitchen. Open to grades 1 - 4.

$295 for the semester.

Hands on fun learning about food, ingredients, measuring, mixing, utensils and reading recipes! Two recipes per class. A diversity of foods - some familiar and others a bit more challenging... A mixture of sweet and savory, healthy and “in moderation” foods, adding some cultural themes. Reinforces social skills, sharing, and meal etiquette. Encourages creativity and comfort in the kitchen. Experimentation is strongly encouraged but eating is always optional!

Spring 2017 Mandarin: 1st - 4th, Tuesday 3:45 - 4:45pm

Meets on Tuesdays from 3:45 - 4:45pm.

Location: World Languages Classroom

$275 for the semester.

Offered to grades 1 - 4.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

The Mandarin class for grades 1 - 4 aims to bridge the gap between early childhood and middle school Mandarin. The course focuses on the four key areas of the language: listening, speaking, reading and writing through task based activities and interactive games. The students will learn Pinyin to assist their learning before Characters are introduced. Instead of learning grammar isolatedly, this course also strongly emphasizes on providing context and conversational patterns for the language concepts presented in each themes.

Spring 2017 Manners Matter - 1st - 4th: Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets Thursdays from 3pm - 4pm.

Location: Lower School.

Open to 1st - 4th grades.

$275 for the semester.

This class is designed to encourage and emphasize good manners in today's busy society. We have new material for any students who have attended previous camps and classes. Some topics to be discussed will be: respect, responsibility, posture, personal hygiene, giving and receiving compliments, manners for all social occasions, table manners, meeting and greeting, healthy eating choices, handling difficult situations, and much more! The class ends with a special dinner at Amerigo!

Spring 2017 Power Fit: 1st - 4th, Monday 4:15 - 5:15pm

Meets Mondays from 4:15pm - 5:15pm.

Location: Lower School Gym.

$275 for the semester.

Offered to grades 1 - 4.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Come and learn ball skills and eye-hand coordination while strengthening your core through a junior pilates program. We will also work on cardio training, flexibility, balance and strength.

Spring 2017 After School Science: 1st & 2nd, Thursday 3 - 4pm; 2nd - 4th, Tuesday 3- 4pm

1st - 2nd grades meet Thursdays from 3 - 4pm.

2nd - 4th grades meet Tuesdays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: LS Science Lab in the new Discovery Center!

$275 for the semester.

We will focus on physics and chemistry experiments with activities that implode, explode and make some wonderful messes. The students will learn how and why they happen, and then we’ll MAKE them happen.

Spring 2017 Sew Fun Studios Classes: 2nd - 6th, Wednesday 3:10 - 4:10 OR 4:15 - 5:15pm

Meets Wednesdays from 3:10 - 4:10pm OR 4:15 - 5:15pm

Open to grades 2 - 6.

$295 per class for the semester.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Join the Sew Fun staff at St. Andrew's on Wednesdays to learn sewing basics while you create and take home a variety of projects. Choose from our line of trendy fabrics to make creations that are just your style! Perfect for your little fashionista or DIY child. We will create projects using both machine and hand sewing skills. Sewing enforces Science Technology Engineering Art and Math (STEAM) principles so children are learning while having SEW much fun! Projects are different EVERY semester. Children can take classes every semester and learn new skills while making new and different projects! Tuition includes ALL supplies and the use of a sewing machine!

Spring 2017 Soccer Shots: 1st - 3rd: Thursday 3 - 3:45pm

Meets Thursdays from 3pm - 3:45pm.

Eligible grades: 1st-3rd

Location: Lower School Field.

$235 for the semester.

Soccer Shots is a nationally recognized program that offers a high energy, fun and age-appropriate introduction to the wonderful game of soccer. In addition to soccer, we work on improving children’s gross motor skills and teaching children important concepts such as teamwork, sharing and respect. Soccer Shots instructors are enthusiastic and passionate about working with kids. Our goal is simple: to leave a lasting, positive impact on every child we serve!

Spring 2017 Spanish - 1st - 4th: Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets Tuesdays from 3pm - 4pm.

Location: World Languages Classroom

Offered to 1st - 4th grades.

$275 for the semester.

The Spanish Enrichment Program provides foundational learning of basic Spanish phrases and vocabulary in a playful, creative environment. Lessons will engage students in the study of global multiculturalism through media exploration of Spanish speaking countries.

Mrs. Hendaya Garcia Haggerty is a native speaker who is passionate about the Spanish language. This will be Mrs. Haggerty's 2nd year at St. Andrews and 8th year working in the field of education.

No previous knowledge of Spanish is necessary for this course. However, curiosity and a willingness to learn are fundamental.

Spring 2017 Stock Market Game: 4th, Friday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Fridays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School

Offered to 4th grade.

$250 for the semester.

Join the Lower School team for the Stock Market Game. The Stock Market Game is an online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students grades 4-12 in the world of economics, investing and personal finance and that has prepared 15 million students for financially independent futures.

Spring 2017 Strings Ensemble, Level 1 (1st - 4th): Tuesday or Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets Tuesdays or Thursdays from 3pm - 4pm.

Location: Lower School Music Room.

Offered to grades 1 - 4.

$300 for the semester.

Come enjoy the feeling of a string ensemble, quartet and orchestra in this exciting and fun course. Each student will learn and explore the violin, viola, cello and bass to discover which instrument suits them best!

Through activities, games, and hands-on experience, each child will begin to develop beginning skills on their string instrument. Once an instrument is selected and each student is measured, students will need to rent or purchase an instrument. Instruments and all needed supplies can be purchased from Sola Violins where Mrs. Walker has exclusive accounts set-up for her students. Just mention that your child is taking the Strings course at St. Andrews, and they will be able to pull-up the supply list and appropriate sized instrument. http://solaviolins.com/rentals

Any further questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Walker directly at 337-280-0009

Spring 2017 Strings Ensemble, Level 2 (3rd - 8th): Thursday 4:10 - 5:10pm

Meets Thursdays from 4:10 - 5:10pm.

Location: Lower School Music Room.

Offered to grades 3 - 8.

$300 for the semester.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Students taking this course should already have a foundation on their string instrument, knowing basic bowing techniques, and be able to play and read all D and A string notes. This group will have the opportunity to play for chapel, school and community events as they develop their skills. Students must provide their own instrument. Instruments and all needed supplies can be purchased from Sola Violins where Mrs. Walker has exclusive accounts set-up for her students. Just mention that your child is taking the Strings course at St. Andrews, and they will be able to pull-up the supply list and appropriate sized instrument.

http://solaviolins.com/rentals

Any further questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Walker directly at 337-280-0009

Spring 2017 Taekwondo - Jason Griffin's Tiger Rock Academy: K - 4th, Friday 3 - 4pm

Meets Fridays from 3pm - 4pm.

Location: Early Childhood Gym. Jason Griffin's Tiger Rock Martial Arts instructors teach the basics of Taekwondo to students in PK4 - 4th grades every Friday in the Lower School gym.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

TO REGISTER, PLEASE CONTACT TIGER ROCK AT 601-977-9000. Or you can get a paper form from Jay at the Lower School. Their website is www.jasongriffintkd.com.

Spring 2017 Tennis I: 1st - 2nd, Tuesday 3 - 3:45pm

Meets on Tuesdays from 3 - 3:45pm.

Location: Lower School Gym.

Offered to grades 1st - 2nd.

$260 for the semester.

Beginner level tennis instruction based on the USTA 10 And Under Tennis. Parents are welcome to attend the last class of the session. Students age 10 and under are eligible for a free USTA one year membership.

Spring 2017 Tennis II: 3rd and 4th, Thursday 3 - 3:45pm

Meets on Thursdays from 3 - 3:45pm.

Location: Lower School Gym.

Offered to 3rd and 4th grades.

$260 for the semester.

Intermediate level tennis instruction based on the USTA 10 And Under Tennis. Parents are welcome to attend the last class of the session. Students age 10 and under are eligible for a free USTA one year membership.

Spring 2017 Tumble/Flip: 1st - 4th, Monday 3:10 - 4:10pm

Meets Mondays from 3:10pm - 4:10pm.

Location: Lower School Gym.

Offered to grades 1 - 4.

$275 for the semester.

Your child can always stay in ASC before their class for no additional charge.

Come learn tumble and flip techniques from lauded gymnast Laurie Salvaggio. This fun and challenging course promises to improve agility, endurance, self confidence and much more!

Spring 2017 Ukulele: 2nd - 4th, Tuesday or Thursday 3 - 4pm

Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School.

Offered to grades 2 - 4.

$250 for the semester.

In these beginner level lessons, students will learn the basic ukulele chords, strumming patterns, tuning, and master two to three songs! The ukulele is a great instrument to build finger dexterity for students interested in other string instruments. Join us for these fun lessons and impress your friends and family with your songs! Each student will need his or her own ukulele. Contact Dr. Egger at eggersh@gosaints.org with questions regarding the purchase of inexpensive ukuleles for beginners.

Spring 2017 Ultimate Frisbee and Camp Games: 2nd - 4th, Friday 3- 4pm

Meets on Fridays from 3 - 4pm.

Location: Lower School Field.

$240 for the semester.

Eligible grades: 2nd, 3rd, 4th.

Skyhawks Sports camp games take the energy and excitement of our Skyhawks Sports Camp games and puts them all together into one fun-filled camp. This co-ed program is designed to incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork, sportsmanship and respect. Camp games included will be Ultimate Frisbee, Busy Bees, Jurassic Park, sharks and minnows, color corners, blob tag, noodle tag, and other favorites.

Spring 2017 Beginning Volleyball: 1st - 4th, Friday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Fridays from 3 - 4pm.

Eligible grades: 1st - 4th.

Location: Lower School Gym.

$240 for the semester.

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-fill afterschool program. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player.

Spring 2017 Zumba Kids: K - 4th, Friday 3 - 4pm

Meets on Fridays from 3-4pm.

Location: Ford Hall Classroom.

$275 for the semester.

Offered to grades K - 4th.

Join us for amazing and fun dance, games and fitness each Friday!

South Campus • Pre-K3 to 4th grade • 4120 Old Canton Road • Jackson, MS 39216 • 601-987-9300
North Campus • Grades 5 to 12 • 370 Old Agency Road • Ridgeland, MS 39157 • 601-853-6000

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