Maugham 2016-17 After School Clubs SESSION TWO

 

   MAUGHAM SCHOOL 2016-2017

After-School Clubs—SESSION TWO

Tuesday – Friday  3:15 – 4:15 PM

 

Registration begins on-line Sunday, January 29th at 9pm.

Registration ends on Saturday, Febuary 4th at 9pm.

 

Enrollment for each club is on a “first come, first served” basis.

Many clubs fill up quickly so don’t delay!

Questions? Email us at maughamclubs@gmail.com

What is a Maugham After-School Club?

After-school clubs at Maugham are HSA sponsored, after school enrichment classes.  Clubs offer a fun way for students to enjoy learning or doing something new while spending time with friends after regular school hours.

KEY POINTS:

  • Access to the registration site will begin at 9pm on Sunday, January 29th, 2017 and will end at 9pm on Saturday Febuary 4th, 2017.
  • Payments must be made through PayPal or Cash.
  • To pay through PayPal press "Check out with PayPal." Once you have done this you cannot go back to revise your registration. Complete the PayPal payment process. You will be emailed a receipt.
  • If you are paying Cash, choose “Yes” on “Paying by Cash?” box. In Order Summary Page, still press "Check out with PayPal", this will capture and submit your registration information. Then close payment window. You have now completed your online registration.  To pay you must bring the cash to school at 3:10pm pick-up on Wednesday, Febuary 1, 2017.  There will be a table by the flagpole where you drop off your cash.  This is the only time cash will be accepted. Exact payment is required.  We cannot give change.  No personal checks will be accepted.  

  • To register another child, you will need to go back to maughamhsa.com , click on club registration link to repeat the above process.
  • If you are closed out of your desired club you can choose to be added to the waitlist.
  • Clubs meet only when there is a FULL day of school.
  • If a club has to be cancelled at the last minute, for any reason, WE MUST BE ABLE TO CONTACT SOMEONE WHO CAN PICK UP YOUR CHILD FROM SCHOOL AT THE REGULAR 3:10 PM TIME.  You will be notified via e-mail by 2pm.
  • There will be no make-ups for clubs cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • If a child will not attend clubs while he/she goes to school, or if a child will be picked up from someone other than who is listed on the form, an email must be sent to Linda Sabatino, lsabatino@tenafly.k12.nj.us and Elieen Osborne eosborne@tenafly.k12.nj.us

  • Clubs end promptly at 4:15pm. Please pick up your child on time. There will be no one available at school after 4:30pm. If you pick up your child later than 4:25pm ONCE, your child’s club attendance will be suspended until you show registration with SACC. There will be no refund. Please contact SACC at (201)8164526 for registration information. You will need to register two days in advance (with registration fee $30) before your child can be sent to SACC when needed.

 

  • There is no school nurse on premises during club hours. There is no one to administer medication during clubs. If your child requires medication, you must be available to provide such medication or make provisions to administer the medication.

PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION

  1. Fill out the online registration form. 
  2. Please indicate your “Second choice” if it is possible. If your first choice club is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be switched to second choice.
  3. If you are paying cash, select “Yes” on “Paying by cash?” box. If you are paying by PayPal, leave the box as “No”.
  4. Press “Continue” to see Order summary page, if you want to make changes, press “back”.
  5. To pay through PayPal press "Check out with PayPal."  Once you have done this you cannot go back to revise your registration.  Complete the PayPal payment process.  You will be emailed a receipt. 
  6. If you are paying by Cash, still press "Check out with PayPal" this will capture and submit your registration information, then close the payment window. You have now completed your online registration.  To pay you must bring the cash to school at 3:10pm pick-up on Wednesday, Febuary 1.  There will be a table by the flagpole where you drop off your cash.  This is the only time cash will be accepted. Exact payment is required.  We cannot give change.  No personal checks will be accepted.  
  7. To register another child, you will need to go back to maughamhsa.com , click on club registration link to repeat the above process.

How do I know if my child is enrolled in a Maugham After-School Club? 


By Febuary 12th, you will receive an email with the class list of the club.  If you do not hear from us by then, please contact one of the club chairs. 

Please note:  there are a limited number of children who can be admitted to each club.  ONLINE REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE WHEN ENROLLMENT MEETS THE MAXIMUM NUMBER A CLUB CAN HANDLE. THIS YEAR, THERE WILL BE AN OPTION FOR YOU TO ADD YOUR NAME TO A WAITLIST. IF AN ENROLLED STUDENT DROPS BEFORE THE CLUB BEGINS, WE WILL TAKE STUDENTS FROM THE WAITLIST TO FILL THE CLASS. There is a minimum number of children needed to cover the cost of each club.  If a club must be cancelled due to low enrollment, we will try to put you in your second choice if one is listed and available.  If there is a cost difference, we will contact you about the necessary dollar exchange. 

What is the Maugham After-School Club Refund Policy?

The HSA does not refund club fees. If your child is absent from a regular or rescheduled club meeting, drops out of the club after the club fee is paid, is removed from a club, or if there is an unscheduled snow-day or emergency closing, no refund will be given. If, in the judgment of the Club Supervisor, a student is not working well in a club, their club membership will be withdrawn. You will not receive a refund. In addition, that student will not be allowed to register for the same club in the following session. 

What is the Maugham After-School Club Dismissal Policy?

Please indicate on the online registration form how you would like your child dismissed from the club: to be met at the door by a parent or guardian or to be released to leave the building alone. This is very important. Please pay attention when indicating dismissal instructions.   On the registration form, also indicate who other than the parent has permission to take the child home.  If a child will be picked up from someone other than who is listed on the form, an email must be sent to Linda Sabatino, lsabatino@tenafly.k12.nj.us AND Elieen Osborne eosborne@tenafly.k12.nj.us.

Clubs end promptly at 4:15pm. Please pick up your child on time. There will be no one available at school after 4:30pm. If you pick up your child later than 4:25pm ONCE, your child’s club attendance will be suspended until you show registration with SACC. There will be no refund. Please contact SACC at (201)8164526 for registration information. You will need to register two days in advance (with registration fee $30) before your child can be sent to SACC when needed.

FOR SAFETY REASONS, CHILDREN WILL EXIT FROM THE MAGNOLIA STREET DOORS ONLY.

If your child attends SACC, your child will go to SACC at the end of each club meeting.  Both SACC and the club supervisor have a list of the children attending clubs.

Please feel free to contact a club chair with any questions at maughamclubs@gmail.com

Thank you,

Jen Middlezong

Hyanna Zhu

Cecilia Jiang

 

Maugham School Clubs 2016-2017

SESSION TWO QUICK REFERENCE

Please note: There are no clubs on the following dates:

Tuesday:         Feb 21, April 11,

Wednesday:   April 12

Thursday:        March 23, April 13,

 Friday:             March 24, April 14, May 26

 

TUESDAYS    *, Feb 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28, Apr 4, *, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23

  1. Acting Club ( Grades K-3)
  2. Eating Books ( Grades K-3)
  3. Drawing and Painting ( Grades K-5 )
  4. Board Game Club ( Grades K-5)
  5. Robotics Design: with Lego machine set ( Grades K-2 )
  6. Dodge ball, Gaga and more (Grades 1-5)

 

WEDNESDAYS Feb 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Apr 5, *, 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17

  1. Tenafly Nature Center – Nature Explorer ( Grades K-2 )
  2. Magic ( Grades K-5 )
  3. Mad Science – Super Powered Sub Atomic Science (Grades K-5)
  4. Homework Club ( Grades K-5)
  5. Jr. Sports and Games ( Grades K-2 )
  6. Sports of All Sorts (Grades 2-5)

 

THURSDAYS    Feb 23, March 2, 9, 16, *, 30, Apr 6, *, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25

  1. Kids in the Kitchen (Grades K-5)
  2. Yoga ( Grades K-5 )
  3. Puzzle Club ( Grades K-5)
  4. Mad Science – Daring Detectives (Grades K-5)
  5. Intermediate Chess ( Grades 1-5)
  6. Computer Programming (Grades 2-5)  
  7. Flag Football ( Grades 2-5 )

 

FRIDAYS  Feb 24, March 3, 10, 17, *, 31, Apr 7, *, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, *, June 2

  1. MusicStart®: Intro to Keyboard and Guitar (Grades K-2)
  2. Origami ( Grades K-5 )
  3. Computer Club ( Grades K-2)
  4. Beginner Chess ( Grades K-5 )
  5. Woolly Pet Craft by Needle Felting ( Grades 2-5 )
  6. Robotics Design : with Lego Mindstorm EV3 (Grades 3-5)
  7. Flag Football and more (Grades 2-5)

 

MAUGHAM After-School Clubs—Session TWO

TUESDAYS

TUESDAYS    *, Feb 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28, Apr 4, *, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23

  1. Acting Club ( Grades K-3)
  2. Eating Books ( Grades K-3)
  3. Drawing and Painting ( Grades K-5 )
  4. Board Game Club ( Grades K-5)
  5. Robotics Design: with Lego machine set ( Grades K-2 )
  6. Dodge ball, Gaga and more (Grades 1-5)

 

  1. Acting Club (Grades K-3) 

Have fun learning to act! You’ll learn acting for the stage and camera with fun theater games, scenes and improvisation. This class also improves speech, confidence, and team work. Learn about scripts, commercials and creating characters.

Teacher Bio: Taught by Gloria Boucher, a professional actress and AMDA graduate who has appeared on TV, in movies, and the New York stage. She has been teaching for over 25 years with many students on Broadway & TV.

Instructor: Gloria Boucher

Limit: 12 students    

Cost: $245

 

  1. Eating books (Grades K-3) 

Students come and have fun preparing easy to make dishes and desserts using yummy ingredients after reading a great story.   Eating Books combines story time and cooking activities that enrich the read-aloud experience. Each recipe is deigned to delight readers and cooks. In this club you will learn and whip each recipe step by step and after you finished assembling your tasty treat you can take it home, enjoy your creation or give it to someone special; you are sure to give him or her a sweet surprise. *Please indicate whether student has any food allergies on sign-up form for this class.

Instructor: Claudia Guerrero

Limit: 12 students    

Cost: $235 (including $35 for food and recipe book)

 

  1. Drawing and Painting (Grades K-5)

Learn to create a strong foundation of basic drawing and painting techniques while developing critical thinking skills and original works of art. Students are introduced to a variety of new ideas and exposed to several art-historical and contemporary Painting/Drawing practices.

Instructor: Art to Heart  

Limit: 15 students

Cost: $235

 

  1. Board Game Club (Grades K-5) 

Board Game club is a fun way to exercise your brain while having fun! Students will have to work together, use social skills and communication skills to play various types of games. Studies show, board games help critical thinking and boost spatial reasoning, as well as, attention skills and the ability to focus over longer periods. Practice essential cognitive skills like problem solving, complex thought and memory formation by playing games like Blokus, memory, connect 4, Zingo, Guess Who, Balance Beans, Monopoly, Sorry and more!

Instructor: Ms. Alex Hunt

Limit: 20 students    

Cost: $200

 

 

5.Robotics Design: with Lego machine set (Grades k-2)

Kids know robots as toys, as movie characters, as machines that work in factories; now, they will know robots as their learning companion. Educational Robotics is the hottest globally trending program. It is proven to instill creative thinking and creative problem-solving skills that transfer onto other disciplines by facilitating kids to do what they enjoy the most—play!

Instructor:  Playideas NY

Limit: 20 students

Cost: $220

 

  1. Dodgeball, Gaga and More (Grades 1-5)

Compete with your peers in a fun and exciting club. Enhance your footwork, ball handing and strategize to become the best of the bunch in this dynamic club.

Instructor: Mr. Camizzi

Limit:  20 students

Cost: $200

 

WEDNESDAYS Feb 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Apr 5, *, 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17

  1. Tenafly Nature Center – Nature Explorer ( Grades K-2 )
  2. Magic ( Grades K-5 )
  3. Mad Science – Super Powered Sub Atomic Science (Grades K-5)
  4. Homework Club ( Grades K-5)
  5. Jr. Sports and Games ( Grades K-2 )
  6. Sports of All Sorts (Grades 2-5)

     

  1. Tenafly Nature Center: Nature Explorer (Grades K-2)

Experience wonders of nature and science with the Tenafly Nature Center. Students learn about the different cycles, adaptations, and processes that occur throughout our natural world as they are introduced to topics, such as food webs, animal tracks, and metamorphosis. Sessions will feature stories, hands-on activities, games, artifacts and LIVE animal encounters.

Instructor: Tenafly Nature Center

Limit: 12 students

Cost: $210

 

2 Magic (Grades K-5)

In this Magical Quest, we will teach you everything you need to know to become a real performing magician! You’ll learn all of the secrets that have been guarded for centuries by magicians! Reading your audience’s minds will be a piece of cake after you learn our “Mind Reading Paper” and “Dice Prediction” tricks! Next you’ll discover the “Magic Blank Deck”, where you will dazzle your friends and family by turning a blank deck into an actual deck of playing cards right in front of their eyes! Some tricks will amaze even the most seasoned magicians, like when you turn one die into a bunch of smaller die with the “Color Exploding Dice” trick! If that wasn’t enough, we’ll make sure your parents get a chance to see exactly how fascinating your performance is by inviting them in for a real magic show at the end of the semester!

Instructor: Hobby Quest

Limit: 16 students

Cost: $220

 

  1. Mad Science: Super powered sub atomic science (Grades K-5)

Explore Radical Robots and build a robotic hand and explore the wild side all about animals and underwater life! Mix up some super science fun all about energy and take apart crazy machines and build a catapult! Get connected and dive into communications while understanding how cell phones work and building your own wired world model! We will also mix up some awesome physical chemistry! Bubble, pop, and fizz while understanding how to separate reactions!  

Instructor:  Mad Science

Limit: 25 students

Cost:  $200

 

  1. Homework Club (Grades K-5)

Take a night off from doing homework with your child! The new Maugham Homework Club will help your child complete homework for one night or multiple nights depending on the individual needs of each student. The instructor will also help your child with organization and setting up a system to help with organization if necessary. Contact with your child's teacher can also be made upon request to help catch up with missed assignments if necessary.

 

Instructor: Maria Lucibello

Limit: 12 students

Cost: $200

 

  1. Jr. Sports and Games (Grades K-2)

Do you want a fun break right after school?  If so, this is the club for you!  Students will play different games each week, including whiffle ball, soccer, relay races, and kickball, while learning about sportsmanship and building community within the group. In inclement weather, the club will be moved inside and will consist of fun indoor games.

Instructor:  Mr. McIntosh

Limit:  20 students

Cost: $200

 

  1. Sports of All Sorts (Grades 2-5)

Students will be taught the fundamentals of kicking, throwing, base running and sportsmanship along with a game played each week.

Instructor:  Mr. Camizzi

Limit: 20 students

Cost: $200

 

THURSDAYS    Feb 23, March 2, 9, 16, *, 30, Apr 6, *, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25

  1. Kids in the Kitchen (Grades K-5)
  2. Yoga ( Grades K-5 )
  3. Puzzle Club ( Grades K-5)
  4. Mad Science – Daring Detectives (Grades K-5)
  5. Intermediate Chess ( Grades 1-5)
  6. Computer Programming (Grades 2-5)  
  7. Flag Football ( Grades 2-5 )

 

  1. Kids in the Kitchen (Grades K-5)

Your child will learn to enjoy healthy foods in a fun way! Join Karen Williams as she whips up delicious treats and meals all while teaching kids to make healthful food choices.   Free time is filled with fun physical activities. *Please indicate whether student has any food allergies on sign-up form for this class.

Instructor: Karen Williams, MS

Limit: 15 students

Cost: $210

 

  1. Yoga (Grades K-5)

This club is about exploring and learning yoga in a fun, safe, and playful way. Students can learn from a young age about keeping their bodies strong and flexible. Students will also learn how using your breath to help us to feel more relaxed and focused. Weekly, a different fun and safe children’s yoga class will be designed to explore the basics of yoga including poses, breathing and connecting poses and breath. In addition, discussions on keeping our bodies healthy by fueling them with good food choices will be a part of each yoga session At the end of the club session, students should leave with an understanding of the basics of yoga and breathing and with an understanding of when it might be helpful to use their practice in their daily lives. Students will also gain an understanding of healthy food choices.

Instructor: Maria Lucibello

Limit: 12 students

Cost: $200

 

  1. Puzzle Club (Grades K-5) 

Puzzles are a fun way to exercise your brain! For younger students, puzzles help hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Younger students may be doing a 24 or 36 piece puzzle of Frozen, Spider Man, Lion King etc. For older students, puzzles help develop attention, concentration and thinking skills. Studies show, children who frequently play with puzzles have enhanced memory, accelerated ingenuity and quicker thought processes. Puzzles are also a way for our mind to relax. Recent studies show contemplating solutions puzzles significantly encourages our minds to relax and help our brain enter a better mindset of tranquility. Older students will be doing 100, 300 and even 1,000 piece puzzles!

Instructor: Ms. Alex Hunt

Limit: 15 students    

Cost: $200

 

  1. Mad Science: Daring Detectives (Grades K-5)

Become a science detective and solve crimes using scientific principles. Step into the shoes of a detective as you learn forensic science techniques in this fun filled who dunnit program. Create your own detective tool kit and use it to collect and analyze evidence from the crime scene. Learn about fingerprints, tooth prints and footprints and take home your very own identification profile kit.

Instructor:  Mad Science

Limit: 25 students

Cost:  $200

 

  1. Intermediate Chess (Grades 1-5)

Be the next Bobby Fischer! Students will learn advanced strategies and tactics in order to outsmart their opponent. This class caters to the more advanced student.

Instructor:  International Chess Academy

Limit:  16 students

Cost:  $210

 

  1. Computer Programming (Grades 2-5)

Students are introduced to the rapidly growing world of computer science and computer coding through the free online program, code.org. Students will have their own account set to an age appropriate curriculum with self- guided and self- paced tutorials to follow. Students will learn by completing a 20 lesson course that involves fun and popular themed- games like Angry Birds, Plants vs. Zombies and Frozen! After a full course is completed, students create an interactive game or story that they can share with friends and family.

Instructor: Mr. Antonelli

Limit: 15 students

Cost: $200

 

  1. Flag Football (Grades 2-5)

Students will practice throwing and catching a football as well as playing the game. In flag football there is no blocking or tackling and the play will stop when the player with the ball gets their flag pulled off.

Instructor:  Mr. Camizzi

Limit:  20 students

Cost: $200

 

FRIDAYS  Feb 24, March 3, 10, 17, *, 31, Apr 7, *, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, *, June 2

  1. MusicStart®: Intro to Keyboard and Guitar (Grades K-2)
  2. Origami ( Grades K-5 )
  3. Computer Club ( Grades K-2)
  4. Beginner Chess ( Grades K-5 )
  5. Woolly Pet Craft by Needle Felting ( Grades 2-5 )
  6. Robotics Design : with Lego Mindstorm EV3 (Grades 3-5)
  7. Flag Football and more (Grades 2-5)

 

  1. MusicStart®: Learn to Play Music! Intro to Keyboard and Guitar (Grades K-2)

MusicStart provides a fun, appropriate, initial exposure to playing and understanding music.  This class will blend: What many kids need- playing the MusicStart keyboard, and what many kids want- playing the guitar. All foundational musical concepts are covered, making this class a great preparation for, or supplement to, playing any musical instrument. MusicStart and the special MusicStart Keyboard were designed as an improvement over using the traditional recorder to start kids playing, and teach step-by-step problem solving. Instruments are provided.  Demo video and more information at beginmusic.com.

Instructor: MusicStart

Limit: 10 students

Cost: $210

 

  1. Origami (Grades K-5)

If you love the art of paper folding then you will definitely get hooked on origami. Learn how to make origami boxes, animals and of course paper airplanes in this fun educational class.

Instructor: Art to Heart

Limit: 15 students

Cost: $235

 

  1. Computer Club (Grades K-2) 

Students will be exposed to various age-appropriate programs and games that reinforce learning within the classroom, all while developing important computer skills. Students will practice maneuvering a mouse, aligning their hands, typing on keys, logging in, navigating the web and so on. Students use websites like Code.org, PBS Kids, Star Fall, and Kid Pix to play games and complete activities. Some students will start with basic skills on a program like Type to Learn, while others may be navigating the web and watching a video clip from Animal Planet’s You Tube page! It is a great opportunity for children to begin or improve such an important life skill in 21st century, under adult supervision, in a fun and friendly atmosphere!

Instructor: Ms. Alex Hunt

Limit: 15 students    

Cost: $200

 

  1. Beginner Chess (Grades K-5)

Students will learn the rules of the game, basic strategy, tactics and end of game principles by an instructor from the International Chess Academy. Class caters to students who want to learn the game of chess, or are novice players.

Instructor:  International Chess Academy

Limit:  12 students

Cost:  $210

 

  1. Wooly Pet Craft by Needle Felting (Grades 2-5)

Wool Needle felting is a process which uses barbed needles to interlock wool fibers to form a more condensed material. This needle felting class is designed to develop children’s ability of creativity and eyes/hands coordination. Kids will learn how to create their own kitten, puppy, and cute woolly pet animals. This is an entry level class for kid from grade 2 to 5. I will teach different project and share my own invented method and tips. The materials include natural wool roving and starter tool kit.

Instructor: Yehuei Hsiao  

Limit: 8 students

Cost: $225

 

  1. Robotics Design: with Lego Mindstorm EV3 (Grades 3-5)

Students are encouraged to brainstorm in order to find the solutions to problems and then develop them through the robot design process. Students play and learn from understanding principals to do the actual problem solving work. This is also an excellent way of getting students to talk to each other and cooperate as well as giving them hands-on experience with an array of sensors, motors, intelligent units, and real world robot technology.

Instructor:  Playideas NY

Limit: 20 students

Cost: $220

 

  1. Flag Football, and more (Grades 2-5)

Students will practice throwing and catching a football as well as playing the game. In flag football there is no blocking or tackling and the play will stop when the player with the ball gets their flag pulled off.

Instructor:  Mr. Camizzi and Mr. McIntosh

Limit:  20 students

Cost: $200

 

 

Registration

  1. Fill out the information below.
  2. Please indicate your “Second choice” if it is possible. If your first choice club is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be switched to second choice.
  3. If you are paying cash, select “Cash” on “I am paying by?” box. If you are paying by PayPal, leave the box as “PayPal”.
  4. Press “Continue” to see Order summary page, if you want to make changes, press “back”.
  5. To pay through PayPal press "Check out with PayPal."  Once you have done this you cannot go back to revise your registration.  Complete the PayPal payment process.  You will be emailed a receipt. 
  6. If you are paying by Cash, still press "Check out with PayPal" this will capture and submit your registration information, then close the payment window. You have now completed your online registration.  To pay you must bring the cash to school at 3:10pm pick-up on Wednesday, Febuary 1st.  There will be a table by the flagpole where you drop off your cash.  This is the only time cash will be accepted. Exact payment is required.  We cannot give change.  No personal checks will be accepted.  
  7. To register another child, you will need to go back to maughamhsa.com , click on club registration link to repeat the above process.
TUESDAY---FIRST CHOICE 
SECOND CHOICE 
WEDNESDAY---FIRST CHOICE 
SECOND CHOICE 
THURSDAY---FIRST CHOICE 
SECOND CHOICE 
FRIDAY---FIRST CHOICE 
SECOND CHOICE 

Personal Information

There is no nurse on premise during club hours. Please check to acknowledge and accept.