Extended Care & After School Programs

With our Extended Care Program, Woodland School is a vibrant and active place before and after school. This drop-in program is available to all Woodland families. We offer excellent care by trained counselors, most of whom are either current Woodland teachers or alumni.

Morning

Morning care begins at 7:30am to the beginning of school, Monday - Friday. Please note that Extended Care hourly fees apply 7:30am- 8:00am for Kindergarten through Eighth grades and 7:30am-8:30am for Early Childhood students.

After School

After School Extended Care is available 3:00pm- 6:00pm Monday - Thursday, and 2:00pm- 6:00pm on Friday for Kindergarten through Eighth grades. For Early Childhood students Extended Care is 3:30pm- 6:00pm Monday- Thursday and 2:30pm- 6:00pm on Friday.

During our After School Program, students have the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities, including the optional Enrichment Classes below.

Registration for the Enrichment Classes open Wednesday February 7th for Trimester 3 Enrichment Classes. There are two new classes, be sure to check them out!  The last day to register is March 1st.

EC

After School Enrichment Options for Early Childhood Students:

Soccer | Mondays 3:30pm - 4:15pm

Cost: $180

Let your child’s first soccer experience be a great one! “Ready, Set, Sports!” fun-filled classes are professionally designed for your child. Children use their imagination while participating in age-appropriate games and exercises.

We believe that confidence, a positive self esteem and exercise are the foundation for a healthy and happy life. Kids in our program thrive due to our non-competitive curriculum and positive coaching in a fun and pressure-free environment.

Begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes- no class 3/12, 4/2

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 16

Jump Bunch | Tuesdays 3:30pm - 4:15pm

Cost: $240

Jump Bunch presents a new and fun dimension to the classes already being offered in extended care. They bring expertise to over 70 different structured sports and activities, and the children will learn a new one every two weeks, over the 13-week sessions. As an example, Obstacle Course, Flag Football, Chicken Toss, Paddle Ball, Step Aerobics, Hopscotch, Basketball, Volleyball, and many more. These programs are geared towards building confidence, coordination, and encouraging a positive attitude towards sports and fitness.

Begins 3/27, ends 6/5, 10 classes, no class 4/3

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 18

Zumba | Wednesdays 3:30pm - 4:15pm

Cost: $240

 

Zumba® Kids and Zumba® Kids Jr. classes are designed exclusively to combine movement, music and community in a class for children. These classes are rockin’, high-energy dance parties packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love, like hip-hop, reggaeton, cumbia and more.

 

Begins 3/14, ends 5/30; 10 classes; no class 3/28, 4/4

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 16

Nexplore Science | Thursdays 3:30pm- 4:15pm

 

Cost: $260
 
 
 

Nexplore Science is a program built upon inquiry, experimentation and play! During a course, students will dive deep into various scientific concepts such as electricity, inventions, sound, energy, physics, light, nature, earth sciences and more! Each class teaches fundamental scientific ideas to children through hands-on play and activities. During our after school programs, each child will receive a ScienceWiz™ experiment kit that will be explored throughout the course.

To learn more please visit us at nexploreusa.com 

begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes; no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 16

Gymnastics | Fridays 3:40pm- 4:25pm

 

Cost: $200

Fun is #1 in developmental gymnastics with music, movement challenges, and motivation.  Each session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each session is quite engaging and includes regimented instruction, warm-up, strength and flexibility training, tumbling, obstacle course skills development, ball play, and lots of coordinated games and activities for enjoyment.

Conducted weekly, knowledgeable coaches arrive on site with a variety of multi-dimensional equipment including trampolines, rock walls, swing bars, balance beams, vaulting tables, octagons, and so much more in terms of apparatus which lends itself to fitness of both mind and body.

For it is in conjunction with such items that children within a non-competitive success-oriented format progress at their own rate to improve strength, balance, rhythm, flexibility, and overall motor coordination, and above all, build the confidence one needs to thrive in a variety of settings.

As important as providing a program rich in fun and laughter, students shy or otherwise who would not normally participate in such activities develop the courage to achieve that which they had not thought possible.

This class allows youngsters to participate in a program which promotes cooperative interaction and social development grow in a variety of ways, all the while becoming instilled with core values, positive characteristics, and healthy developmental habits that will endure a lifetime.

begins 3/9, ends 6/1, 11 classes; no class 3/30, 4/6

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students: 13

Kindergarten

Options for Kindergarten:

Cooking | Mondays 3:05pm- 4:05pm

 

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Grades K-2nd 

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Potato Salad

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Garlic Bread

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided. 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes, no class 3/12, 4/2

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is also offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Soccer | Mondays 3:30pm- 4:15pm

 

Cost: $180

Let your child’s first soccer experience be a great one! “Ready, Set, Sports!” fun-filled classes are professionally designed for your child. Children use their imagination while participating in age-appropriate games and exercises.

We believe that confidence, a positive self esteem and exercise are the foundation for a healthy and happy life. Kids in our program thrive due to our non-competitive curriculum and positive coaching in a fun and pressure-free environment.

 

Begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes, no class 3/12, 4/2

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students needed for class: 16

Jump Bunch | Tuesdays 3:30pm- 4:15pm

Cost: $240

Jump Bunch presents a new and fun dimension to the classes already being offered in extended care. They bring expertise to over 70 different structured sports and activities, and the children will learn a new one every two weeks, over the 11-week session. As an example, Obstacle Course, Flag Football, Chicken Toss, Paddle Ball, Step Aerobics, Hopscotch, Basketball, Volleyball, and many more. These programs are geared towards building confidence, coordination, and encouraging a positive attitude towards sports and fitness.

Begins 3/27, ends 6/5; 10 classes, no class 4/3

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 18

Tennis | Wednesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

Cost: $330

Our modified equipment is ideal for young beginners, ensuring they learn at their level and grasp the fundamentals of this fantastic sport. Smaller racquets, low-compression red balls and an 18ft portable net are all provided, all you need to do is sign your children up and we’ll have them enjoying this great sport in no time.

Tennis equips students with great skills that carry over to other sports and even into the classroom:

  • Students increase their level of physical endurance and coordination
  • Students gain mental strength through enhanced concentration and self-discipline
  • Students learn the value of integrity and honesty

Begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes, no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students needed for class: 5

maximum number of students per class: 10

 

Zumba | Wednesdays 3:30pm- 4:15pm

Cost: $240

 

Zumba® Kids and Zumba® Kids Jr. classes are designed exclusively to combine movement, music and community in a class for children. These classes are rockin’, high-energy dance parties packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love, like hip-hop, reggaeton, cumbia and more.

 

Begins 3/14, ends 5/30; 10 classes, no class 3/28, 4/4

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 16

Nexplore Science | Thursdays 3:30pm- 4:15pm

Cost: $260

 

 

Nexplore Science is a program built upon inquiry, experimentation and play! During a course, students will dive deep into various scientific concepts such as electricity, inventions, sound, energy, physics, light, nature, earth sciences and more! Each class teaches fundamental scientific ideas to children through hands-on play and activities. During our after school programs, each child will receive a ScienceWiz™ experiment kit that will be explored throughout the course.

To learn more please visit us at nexploreusa.com 

begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes; no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students for class: 16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carpentry | Thursdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

John Tust is a professional carpenter with 25 years of experience and a "Kids Carpentry" Instructor since 2011. Mr. Tust teaches children the safe-use of woodworking with hand-tools. While building their projects from scratch, students are introduced to concepts of applied math, problem solving, fine motor skills, and empowerment to become independent thinkers. Projects may include boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and much more.

"Kids Carpentry" motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment

Begins 3/8, ends 5/31, 10 classes, no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 11

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm- 3:00pm

Cost: $200

“Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

Begins 3/9; ends 6/1, 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 48

Gymnastics | Fridays 3:40pm- 4:25pm

 

Cost: $200

Fun is #1 in developmental gymnastics with music, movement challenges, and motivation.  Each session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each session is quite engaging and includes regimented instruction, warm-up, strength and flexibility training, tumbling, obstacle course skills development, ball play, and lots of coordinated games and activities for enjoyment.

Conducted weekly, knowledgeable coaches arrive on site with a variety of multi-dimensional equipment including trampolines, rock walls, swing bars, balance beams, vaulting tables, octagons, and so much more in terms of apparatus which lends itself to fitness of both mind and body.

For it is in conjunction with such items that children within a non-competitive success-oriented format progress at their own rate to improve strength, balance, rhythm, flexibility, and overall motor coordination, and above all, build the confidence one needs to thrive in a variety of settings.

As important as providing a program rich in fun and laughter, students shy or otherwise who would not normally participate in such activities develop the courage to achieve that which they had not thought possible.

This class allows youngsters to participate in a program which promotes cooperative interaction and social development grow in a variety of ways, all the while becoming instilled with core values, positive characteristics, and healthy developmental habits that will endure a lifetime.

begins 3/9, ends 6/1, 11 classes; no class 3/30, 4/6

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students: 13

Grade 1

After School Enrichment Options for Students in First Grade:

Cooking | Mondays 3:05pm- 4:05pm

Cost: $360
 

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Grades K-2nd 

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Potato Salad

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Garlic Bread

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided. 

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided.

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes, no class 3/12, 4/2

 

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor, teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

 

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is also offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Tennis | Wednesdays 3:20pm-4:20pm

 

Cost: $330

Our modified equipment is ideal for young beginners, ensuring they learn at their level and grasp the fundamentals of this fantastic sport. Smaller racquets, low-compression red balls and an 18ft portable net are all provided, all you need to do is sign your children up and we’ll have them enjoying this great sport in no time.

Tennis equips students with great skills that carry over to other sports and even into the classroom:

  • Students increase their level of physical endurance and coordination
  • Students gain mental strength through enhanced concentration and self-discipline
  • Students learn the value of integrity and honesty

Begins 3/7, ends 5/30;  11 classes, no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students needed: 5

maximum number of students: 10

Flag Football | Wednesdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

BULLDOG SPORTS & FITNESS IS PROUD TO PRESENT FLAG FOOTBALL AT WOODLAND SCHOOL!

This co-ed class teaches kids not just about the skills of flag football through basic throwing, catching, various formations, and playing offense and defense but the important aspects of sportsmanship and teamwork.  We do not keep scores, stats, wins or losses we DO emphasize the essence of TEAM, Leadership skills. Through "skill of the day" as well as "sportsmanship touchdowns" are some of the successful teaching we use to keep the sport fun for kids of ALL skill levels.  

Kids are broken up into age appropriate groups for scrimmages.

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes; no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students required for class: 10

Carpentry | Thursdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

John Tust is a professional carpenter with 25 years of experience and a "Kids Carpentry" Instructor since 2011. Mr. Tust teaches children the safe-use of woodworking with hand-tools. While building their projects from scratch, students are introduced to concepts of applied math, problem solving, fine motor skills, and empowerment to become independent thinkers. Projects may include boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and many more.

"Kids Carpentry" motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment

Begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes, no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 11

 

 

 

 

 

Nexplore Science | Thursdays 4:15pm- 5:00pm

Cost: $260

Nexplore Science is a program built upon inquiry, experimentation and play! During a course, students will dive deep into various scientific concepts such as electricity, inventions, sound, energy, physics, light, nature, earth sciences and more! Each class teaches fundamental scientific ideas to children through hands-on play and activities. During our after school programs, each child will receive a ScienceWiz™ experiment kit that will be explored throughout the course.

To learn more please visit us at nexploreusa.com 

begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes; no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

minimum number of students needed: 6

maximum number of students: 16

Guitar Lessons | Thursdays-Fridays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm- 3:00pm

Cost: $200

“Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

 

Begins 3/9, ends 6/1; 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 48

 

Gymnastics | Fridays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Cost: $200

Fun is #1 in developmental gymnastics with music, movement challenges, and motivation.  Each session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each session is quite engaging and includes regimented instruction, warm-up, strength and flexibility training, tumbling, obstacle course skills development, ball play, and lots of coordinated games and activities for enjoyment.

Conducted weekly, knowledgeable coaches arrive on site with a variety of multi-dimensional equipment including trampolines, rock walls, swing bars, balance beams, vaulting tables, octagons, and so much more in terms of apparatus which lends itself to fitness of both mind and body.

For it is in conjunction with such items that children within a non-competitive success-oriented format progress at their own rate to improve strength, balance, rhythm, flexibility, and overall motor coordination, and above all, build the confidence one needs to thrive in a variety of settings.

As important as providing a program rich in fun and laughter, students shy or otherwise who would not normally participate in such activities develop the courage to achieve that which they had not thought possible.

This class allows youngsters to participate in a program which promotes cooperative interaction and social development grow in a variety of ways, all the while becoming instilled with core values, positive characteristics, and healthy developmental habits that will endure a lifetime.

begins 3/9, ends 6/1, 11 classes; no class 3/30, 4/6

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students: 13

 

Grade 2

After School Enrichment Options for Students in Second Grade:

Cooking | Mondays 3:05pm- 4:05pm

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Grades K-2nd 

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Potato Salad

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Garlic Bread

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided. 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes, no class 3/12, 4/2

 

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor, teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is also offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Sciletes | Mondays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: Extended Care hourly fee applies

Sciletes is an after school science Enrichment Class. The focus is exploring hands-on activities that utilize the scientific method.

Begins 9/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 5

Maximum number of students for class: 12

Tennis | Wednesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

Cost: $330

 

After School Tennis is GREAT way to learn the basics of tennis. Your aspiring athlete will work on their coordination, conditioning, teamwork and sportsmanship all while learning a fun new way to stay active and healthy for the rest of their lives! We provide all equipments. Please email us for any questions: ast@euroschooloftennis.com or call (510)491-3007

 

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes, no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students needed: 5

maximum number of students for this class: 10

 

Flag Football | Wednesdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

BULLDOG SPORTS & FITNESS IS PROUD TO PRESENT FLAG FOOTBALL AT WOODLAND SCHOOL!

This co-ed class teaches kids not just about the skills of flag football through basic throwing, catching, various formations, and playing offense and defense but the important aspects of sportsmanship and teamwork.  We do not keep scores, stats, wins or losses we DO emphasize the essence of TEAM, Leadership skills. Through "skill of the day" as well as "sportsmanship touchdowns" are some of the successful teaching we use to keep the sport fun for kids of ALL skill levels.  

Kids are broken up into age appropriate groups for scrimmages.

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes; no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students required for class: 10

Carpentry | Thursdays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Cost: $360

John Tust is a professional carpenter with 25 years of experience and a "Kids Carpentry" Instructor since 2011. Mr. Tust teaches children the safe-use of woodworking with hand-tools. While building their projects from scratch, students are introduced to concepts of applied math, problem solving, fine motor skills, and empowerment to become independent thinkers. Projects may include boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and many more.

"Kids Carpentry" motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment

Begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes, no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 10

 

Nexplore Science | Thursdays 4:15pm- 5:00pm

Cost: $260

Nexplore Science is a program built upon inquiry, experimentation and play! During a course, students will dive deep into various scientific concepts such as electricity, inventions, sound, energy, physics, light, nature, earth sciences and more! Each class teaches fundamental scientific ideas to children through hands-on play and activities. During our after school programs, each child will receive a ScienceWiz™ experiment kit that will be explored throughout the course.

To learn more please visit us at nexploreusa.com 

begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes; no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

minimum number of students needed: 6

maximum number of students: 16

Guitar Lessons | Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm; Fridays 2:00pm- 6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm- 3:00pm

Cost: $200

CHESS: “Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

Begins 3/9, ends 6/1; 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 48

Video Production | Fridays 2:30pm- 3:30pm

Cost: $300

Students will learn to setup and film great camera shots, learn basic editing skills, and some film theories. This activity is group oriented while integrating teamwork and creativity. Here are the goals of the activity:

- Learn techniques for operating a camera

- Capture great audio and video

- Edit audio and video to create a story

- Have fun, be creative, and build lasting memories and friendships

Begins 3/16, ends 6/1; 10 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 15

 

Gymnastics | Fridays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Cost: $200

Fun is #1 in developmental gymnastics with music, movement challenges, and motivation.  Each session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each session is quite engaging and includes regimented instruction, warm-up, strength and flexibility training, tumbling, obstacle course skills development, ball play, and lots of coordinated games and activities for enjoyment.

Conducted weekly, knowledgeable coaches arrive on site with a variety of multi-dimensional equipment including trampolines, rock walls, swing bars, balance beams, vaulting tables, octagons, and so much more in terms of apparatus which lends itself to fitness of both mind and body.

For it is in conjunction with such items that children within a non-competitive success-oriented format progress at their own rate to improve strength, balance, rhythm, flexibility, and overall motor coordination, and above all, build the confidence one needs to thrive in a variety of settings.

As important as providing a program rich in fun and laughter, students shy or otherwise who would not normally participate in such activities develop the courage to achieve that which they had not thought possible.

This class allows youngsters to participate in a program which promotes cooperative interaction and social development grow in a variety of ways, all the while becoming instilled with core values, positive characteristics, and healthy developmental habits that will endure a lifetime.

begins 3/9, ends 6/1, 11 classes; no class 3/30, 4/6

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students: 13

Grade 3

After School Enrichment Options for Students in Third Grade:

Cooking | Mondays 4:10pm- 5:10pm

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Grades 3rd-8th

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Garlic Bread

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas,  

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Strawberry Pretzel Bars

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided.      

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. 

She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. 

Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. 

Meenu teaches nine cooking classes around the world at Woodland School, La Entrada School, Phillips Brooks School and at Alto International School.

These cooking classes are offered to Preschoolers, Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners, Middle and High School students.

Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 8 classes; no class 3/12, 4/2

minimum number of students needed for this class: 4

maximum number of students for this class: 12

Sciletes | Mondays 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Cost: Extended Care hourly fee

Sciletes is an after school science Enrichment Class. The focus is exploring hands-on activities that utilize the scientific method.

Begins 9/11

Minimum number of students needed for class: 5

Maximum number of students for class: 12

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is also offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Code Club | Tuesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

Cost: $ 504

MV Code Club has arrived at Woodland School and had a wonderful second trimester!  They are here again for the third trimester.  Just ask students currently enrolled in this class and they will testify of how much they are learning and how much fun they are having!

It is a hands-on program that teaches kids coding.  Kids develop their own games, apps, robots and websites, learning coding experientially. 

begins 3/6, ends 5/29; 12 classes; no class 4/3

minimum number of students required for class: 4; max: 15

Tennis | Wednesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

Cost: $330

 

After School Tennis is GREAT way to learn the basics of tennis. Your aspiring athlete will work on their coordination, conditioning, teamwork and sportsmanship all while learning a fun new way to stay active and healthy for the rest of their lives!  We provide all equipments. Please email us for any questions: ast@euroschooloftennis.com or call (510)491-3007

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes, no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students needed: 5

maximum number of students for this class: 10

 

Flag Football | Wednesdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

BULLDOG SPORTS & FITNESS IS PROUD TO PRESENT FLAG FOOTBALL AT WOODLAND SCHOOL!

This co-ed class teaches kids not just about the skills of flag football through basic throwing, catching, various formations, and playing offense and defense but the important aspects of sportsmanship and teamwork.  We do not keep scores, stats, wins or losses we DO emphasize the essence of TEAM, Leadership skills. Through "skill of the day" as well as "sportsmanship touchdowns" are some of the successful teaching we use to keep the sport fun for kids of ALL skill levels.  

Kids are broken up into age appropriate groups for scrimmages.

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes; no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students required for class: 10

Nexplore Science | Thursdays 4:15pm- 5:00pm

Cost: $260

Nexplore Science is a program built upon inquiry, experimentation and play! During a course, students will dive deep into various scientific concepts such as electricity, inventions, sound, energy, physics, light, nature, earth sciences and more! Each class teaches fundamental scientific ideas to children through hands-on play and activities. During our after school programs, each child will receive a ScienceWiz™ experiment kit that will be explored throughout the course.

To learn more please visit us at nexploreusa.com 

begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes; no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

minimum number of students needed: 6

maximum number of students: 16

Carpentry | Thursdays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Cost: $360

John Tust is a professional carpenter with 25 years of experience and a "Kids Carpentry" Instructor since 2011. Mr. Tust teaches children the safe-use of woodworking with hand-tools. While building their projects from scratch, students are introduced to concepts of applied math, problem solving, fine motor skills, and empowerment to become independent thinkers. Projects may include boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and many more.

"Kids Carpentry" motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment

Begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes, no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 10

 

Guitar Lessons | Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm; Fridays 2:00pm-6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm- 3:00pm

Cost: $200

CHESS: “Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

 

Begins 3/9, ends 6/1; 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 48

 

 

Video Production | Fridays 2:30pm- 3:30pm

Cost: $300

Students will learn to setup and film great camera shots, learn basic editing skills, and some film theories. This activity is group oriented while integrating teamwork and creativity. Here are the goals of the activity:

- Learn techniques for operating a camera

- Capture great audio and video

- Edit audio and video to create a story

- Have fun, be creative, and build lasting memories and friendships

Begins 3/16, ends 6/1; 10 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 15

 

Gymnastics | Fridays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Cost: $200

Fun is #1 in developmental gymnastics with music, movement challenges, and motivation.  Each session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each session is quite engaging and includes regimented instruction, warm-up, strength and flexibility training, tumbling, obstacle course skills development, ball play, and lots of coordinated games and activities for enjoyment.

Conducted weekly, knowledgeable coaches arrive on site with a variety of multi-dimensional equipment including trampolines, rock walls, swing bars, balance beams, vaulting tables, octagons, and so much more in terms of apparatus which lends itself to fitness of both mind and body.

For it is in conjunction with such items that children within a non-competitive success-oriented format progress at their own rate to improve strength, balance, rhythm, flexibility, and overall motor coordination, and above all, build the confidence one needs to thrive in a variety of settings.

As important as providing a program rich in fun and laughter, students shy or otherwise who would not normally participate in such activities develop the courage to achieve that which they had not thought possible.

This class allows youngsters to participate in a program which promotes cooperative interaction and social development grow in a variety of ways, all the while becoming instilled with core values, positive characteristics, and healthy developmental habits that will endure a lifetime.

begins 3/9, ends 6/1, 11 classes; no class 3/30, 4/6

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students: 13

Grade 4

After School Enrichment Options for Students in Fourth Grade:

Cooking | Mondays 4:10pm- 5:10pm

 

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Grades 3rd-8th

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Garlic Bread

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas,  

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Strawberry Pretzel Bars

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided.      

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. 

She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. 

Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. 

Meenu teaches nine cooking classes around the world at Woodland School, La Entrada School, Phillips Brooks School and at Alto International School.

These cooking classes are offered to Preschoolers, Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners, Middle and High School students.

Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes; no class 3/12, 4/2

minimum number of students needed for this class: 4

maximum number of students for this class: 12

Sciletes | Mondays 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Cost: Extended Care hourly fee

Sciletes is an after school science Enrichment Class. The focus is exploring hands-on activities that utilize the scientific method.

Begins 9/11

Minimum number of students needed for class: 5

Maximum number of students for class: 12

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Code Club | Tuesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

Cost: $ 504

MV Code Club has arrived at Woodland School and had a wonderful second trimester!  They are here again for the third trimester.  Just ask students currently enrolled in this class and they will testify of how much they are learning and how much fun they are having!

It is a hands-on program that teaches kids coding.  Kids develop their own games, apps, robots and websites, learning coding experientially. 

begins 3/6, ends 5/29; 12 classes; no class 4/3

minimum number of students required for class: 4; max: 15

Tennis | Wednesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

 

 

Cost: $330

 

After School Tennis is GREAT way to learn the basics of tennis. Your aspiring athlete will work on their coordination, conditioning, teamwork and sportsmanship all while learning a fun new way to stay active and healthy for the rest of their lives!  We provide all equipments. Please email us for any questions: ast@euroschooloftennis.com or call (510)491-3007

 

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes, no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students needed: 5

maximum number of students for this class: 10

Flag Football | Wednesdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

BULLDOG SPORTS & FITNESS IS PROUD TO PRESENT FLAG FOOTBALL AT WOODLAND SCHOOL!

This co-ed class teaches kids not just about the skills of flag football through basic throwing, catching, various formations, and playing offense and defense but the important aspects of sportsmanship and teamwork.  We do not keep scores, stats, wins or losses we DO emphasize the essence of TEAM, Leadership skills. Through "skill of the day" as well as "sportsmanship touchdowns" are some of the successful teaching we use to keep the sport fun for kids of ALL skill levels.  

Kids are broken up into age appropriate groups for scrimmages.

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes; no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students required for class: 10

Nexplore Science | Thursdays 4:15pm- 5:00pm

Cost: $260

Nexplore Science is a program built upon inquiry, experimentation and play! During a course, students will dive deep into various scientific concepts such as electricity, inventions, sound, energy, physics, light, nature, earth sciences and more! Each class teaches fundamental scientific ideas to children through hands-on play and activities. During our after school programs, each child will receive a ScienceWiz™ experiment kit that will be explored throughout the course.

To learn more please visit us at nexploreusa.com 

begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes; no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

minimum number of students needed: 6

maximum number of students: 16

Carpentry | Thursdays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Total cost: $360

John Tust is a professional carpenter with 25 years of experience and a "Kids Carpentry" Instructor since 2011. Mr. Tust teaches children the safe-use of woodworking with hand-tools. While building their projects from scratch, students are introduced to concepts of applied math, problem solving, fine motor skills, and empowerment to become independent thinkers. Projects may include boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and many more.

"Kids Carpentry" motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment

Begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes, no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 10

 

Guitar Lessons | Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm; Fridays 2:00pm- 6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm - 3:00pm

 

Cost: $200

“Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

 

 

Begins 3/9, ends 6/1; 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

 

Video Production | Fridays 2:30pm-3:30pm

Cost: $300

Students will learn to setup and film great camera shots, learn basic editing skills, and some film theories. This activity is group oriented while integrating teamwork and creativity. Here are the goals of the activity:

- Learn techniques for operating a camera

- Capture great audio and video

- Edit audio and video to create a story

- Have fun, be creative, and build lasting memories and friendships

Begins 3/16, ends 6/1; 10 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 15

 

Gymnastics | Fridays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

Cost: $200

Fun is #1 in developmental gymnastics with music, movement challenges, and motivation.  Each session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Each session is quite engaging and includes regimented instruction, warm-up, strength and flexibility training, tumbling, obstacle course skills development, ball play, and lots of coordinated games and activities for enjoyment.

Conducted weekly, knowledgeable coaches arrive on site with a variety of multi-dimensional equipment including trampolines, rock walls, swing bars, balance beams, vaulting tables, octagons, and so much more in terms of apparatus which lends itself to fitness of both mind and body.

For it is in conjunction with such items that children within a non-competitive success-oriented format progress at their own rate to improve strength, balance, rhythm, flexibility, and overall motor coordination, and above all, build the confidence one needs to thrive in a variety of settings.

As important as providing a program rich in fun and laughter, students shy or otherwise who would not normally participate in such activities develop the courage to achieve that which they had not thought possible.

This class allows youngsters to participate in a program which promotes cooperative interaction and social development grow in a variety of ways, all the while becoming instilled with core values, positive characteristics, and healthy developmental habits that will endure a lifetime.

begins 3/9, ends 6/1, 11 classes; no class 3/30, 4/6

minimum number of students needed for class: 6

maximum number of students: 13

Grade 5

After School Enrichment Options for Students in Fifth Grade:

Cooking | Mondays 4:10pm- 5:10pm

 

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Garlic Bread

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas,  

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Strawberry Pretzel Bars

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes    

All ingredients and recipes will be provided.    

 

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. 

She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. 

Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. 

Meenu teaches nine cooking classes around the world at Woodland School, La Entrada School, Phillips Brooks School and at Alto International School.

These cooking classes are offered to Preschoolers, Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners, Middle and High School students.

Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes; no class 3/12, 4/2

minimum number of students needed for this class: 4

maximum number of students for this class: 12

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00p.m.- 6:00p.m.

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is also offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Code Club | Tuesdays 3:20pm- 4:20pm

Cost: $ 504

MV Code Club has arrived at Woodland School and had a wonderful second trimester!  They are here again for the third trimester.  Just ask students currently enrolled in this class and they will testify of how much they are learning and how much fun they are having!

It is a hands-on program that teaches kids coding.  Kids develop their own games, apps, robots and websites, learning coding experientially. 

begins 3/6, ends 5/29; 12 classes; no class 4/3

minimum number of students required for class: 4; max: 15

Flag Football | Wednesdays 3:30pm- 4:30pm

Cost: $360

BULLDOG SPORTS & FITNESS IS PROUD TO PRESENT FLAG FOOTBALL AT WOODLAND SCHOOL!

This co-ed class teaches kids not just about the skills of flag football through basic throwing, catching, various formations, and playing offense and defense but the important aspects of sportsmanship and teamwork.  We do not keep scores, stats, wins or losses we DO emphasize the essence of TEAM, Leadership skills. Through "skill of the day" as well as "sportsmanship touchdowns" are some of the successful teaching we use to keep the sport fun for kids of ALL skill levels.  

Kids are broken up into age appropriate groups for scrimmages.

begins 3/7, ends 5/30; 11 classes; no class 3/28, 4/4

minimum number of students required for class: 10

Carpentry | Thursdays 4:30pm- 5:30pm

 

Total cost: $360

John Tust is a professional carpenter with 25 years of experience and a "Kids Carpentry" Instructor since 2011. Mr. Tust teaches children the safe-use of woodworking with hand-tools. While building their projects from scratch, students are introduced to concepts of applied math, problem solving, fine motor skills, and empowerment to become independent thinkers. Projects may include boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and many more.

"Kids Carpentry" motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment

Begins 3/8, ends 5/31; 10 classes, no class 4/5, 4/12, 5/17

Minimum number of students needed for class: 6

Maximum number of students for class: 10

 

Guitar Lessons Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm; Fridays 2:00pm- 6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Cost: $200

“Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

 

Begins 3/9, ends 6/1; 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 48

 

 

Video Production | Fridays 2:30pm-3:30pm

Cost: $300

Students will learn to setup and film great camera shots, learn basic editing skills, and some film theories. This activity is group oriented while integrating teamwork and creativity. Here are the goals of the activity:

- Learn techniques for operating a camera

- Capture great audio and video

- Edit audio and video to create a story

- Have fun, be creative, and build lasting memories and friendships

Begins 3/16, ends 6/1; 10 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 15

 

Grade 6

After School Enrichment Options for Students in Sixth Grade:

Cooking | 4:10pm-5:10pm

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this new weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Garlic Bread

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas,  

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Strawberry Pretzel Bars

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided.      

   

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. 

She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. 

Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. 

Meenu teaches nine cooking classes around the world at Woodland School, La Entrada School, Phillips Brooks School and at Alto International School.

These cooking classes are offered to Preschoolers, Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners, Middle and High School students.

Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes; no class 3/12, 4/2

minimum number of students needed for this class: 4

maximum number of students for this class: 12

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00p.m.- 6:00p.m.

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Code Club | Tuesdays 4:30pm- 5:45pm

Cost: $ 555

MV Code Club has arrived at Woodland School and had a wonderful second trimester!  They are here again for the third trimester.  Just ask students currently enrolled in this class and they will testify of how much they are learning and how much fun they are having!

It is a hands-on program that teaches kids coding.  Students develop their own games, apps, robots and websites, learning coding experientially. 

begins 3/6, ends 5/29; 11 classes; no class 3/27, 4/3

minimum number of students required for class: 4; max: 15

Guitar Lessons | Thursdays 3:00pm-6:00pm; Fridays 2:00pm-6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Chess | Fridays 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Cost: $200

“Yes For Chess” is an interactive class that is both educational and fun! We teach students to succeed in chess and achieve in life.

-No prior chess experience required

-Classes for students from Kindergarten through 6th grade

-Participants are grouped by age and experience level

 

Begins 3/9, ends 6/1; 11 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 48

 

Video Production | Fridays 2:30pm- 3:30pm

Cost: $300

Students will learn to setup and film great camera shots, learn basic editing skills, and some film theories. This activity is group oriented while integrating teamwork and creativity. Here are the goals of the activity:

- Learn techniques for operating a camera

- Capture great audio and video

- Edit audio and video to create a story

- Have fun, be creative, and build lasting memories and friendships

 

Begins 3/16, ends 6/1; 10 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 15

 

 

Grades 7 & 8

After School Enrichment Options for Students in Seventh & Eighth Grade:

Cooking | Mondays 4:10pm- 5:10pm

Cost: $360

Sweet And Savory Cooking Around The World

Does your child enjoy eating a variety of different cuisines, or maybe you are looking for some new, simple and fun recipes especially for kids that they will want to cook and then recreate at home? 

Well, here is the opportunity for your child to learn, cook and enjoy sampling sweet and savory recipes from around the world, during this weekly after school delicious and exciting culinary adventure! 

From grocery shopping tips, storing food, menu planning, prepping, trying out new recipes and ingredients, understanding your culinary interests and senses, cutting to mincing, baking, plating and serving techniques, knife skills, food safety and cleaning up; these cooking classes designed just for kids are the perfect blend of learning professional cooking and baking techniques. 

These are interactive cooking classes, so there will always be time for learning, questions and answers.

For the final class the young chefs will be given the opportunity to plan the menu, if they so desire.

 

Some of the sweet and savory recipes that will be taught include: 

Indian Cauliflower with sweet Peas and Veggie Kebabs 

Polish Pierogi Dumplings and Strawberry Cheesecake 

Russian Potato Cutlets and Syrniki Cottage Cheese Pancakes

American Turkey and Bean Chili and Garlic Bread

Greek spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato sauce and Lemon roasted Potatoes

Caribbean Coconut and Tarragon Chicken and Baked Cinnamon Bananas,  

Filipino Bihon Pancit Noodles and Mango Float

Mexican Ham and Cheese Quesadillas and no bake Chocolate Cookies

Italian Pizza in a bowl and Strawberry Pretzel Bars

Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Sweet Pancakes

 

All ingredients and recipes will be provided.      

Meenu Bhasin, is a chef/private cooking instructor teaching cooking and baking classes to adults and children. 

She teaches a variety of cuisines, and her specialty is Indian. 

Meenu has also worked as a chef instructor at several cooking schools including, Sur La Table, Draeger's and the Jewish Community Center. 

Meenu teaches nine cooking classes around the world at Woodland School, La Entrada School, Phillips Brooks School and at Alto International School.

These cooking classes are offered to Preschoolers, Pre-Kindergartners, Kindergartners, Middle and High School students.

Meenu’s website is www.chefmeenu.weebly.com

 

begins 3/5, ends 5/21; 10 classes; no class 3/12, 4/2

minimum number of students needed for this class: 4

maximum number of students for this class: 12

Piano Lessons | Mondays-Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm

Ms. Flora is offering piano lessons for a 30-minute session once a week for Monday through Thursday. Please contact Ms. Flora for a specific lesson time. Ms. Flora can be reached at florangmusic@gmail.com

Grammy award recipient, Christian Tumalan is back at Woodland School! Mr. Tumalan is offering lessons for 30 minutes, once a week on Mondays & Wednesdays. Please contact Mr. Tumalan for a specific lesson time on the days offered. Mr. Tumalan can be reached at ctumalan@icloud.com

  • Beginner, Intermediate or advanced pianistic levels are welcomed.
  • Student must own a Piano or weighted 88 keys keyboard.
  • In case of missed classes, schedule conflicts or shortened months due to vacations, there will be an assigned “make up” pre-arranged day on which students will have the opportunity to still take their missed class for the current month.

Code Club | Tuesdays 4:30pm- 5:45pm

Cost: $ 555

MV Code Club has arrived at Woodland School and had a wonderful second trimester!  They are here again for the third trimester.  Just ask students currently enrolled in this class and they will testify of how much they are learning and how much fun they are having!

It is a hands-on program that teaches kids coding.  Students develop their own games, apps, robots and websites, learning coding experientially. 

begins 3/6, ends 5/29; 11 classes; no class 3/27, 4/3

minimum number of students required for class: 4; max: 15

Guitar Lessons | Thursdays 3:00pm- 6:00pm; Fridays 2:00pm-6:00pm

With over 40 years of experience and playing with many world renowed bands acts such as Robin Trower, Steve Morse, J. Giles, The Starship, Edgar Winter, The Guess Who, Mr. Pat Tinney is happy to offer guitar lessons once again.

Mr. Tinney’s goal is to inspire the next generation of young players to obtain the same joy, satisfaction and skill sets that have benefitted him over the span of his musical career. He believes that music is a great way to relieve stress and create balance in our busy technical lives. Please contact Mr. Tinney if you or someone you know may be interested in private instruction focusing on:

1. Melody/Ear training using guitar and voice

2. Guitar technique and development

3. The art of playing and performing

4. Improvisation skills and implementation

5. Writing and arranging original music and ideas

Please contact Mr. Tinney to arrange lessons at ptinney26@yahoo.com

Video Production | Fridays 2:30pm-3:30pm

Cost: $300

Students will learn to setup and film great camera shots, learn basic editing skills, and some film theories. This activity is group oriented while integrating teamwork and creativity. Here are the goals of the activity:

- Learn techniques for operating a camera

- Capture great audio and video

- Edit audio and video to create a story

- Have fun, be creative, and build lasting memories and friendships

 

Begins 3/16, ends 6/1; 10 classes, no class 3/30, 4/6

Minimum number of students needed for class: 8

Maximum number of students for class: 15

 

 

Registration for After School Enrichment classes is live!