Y@21C After School Program
Session 2 is underway!

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Homework Days...get it done, first thing!
Wednesday is Swimming Fun at the YMCA

MONDAYS
RUNNING CLUB with Ms. Follensbee 
Students participate in activities that aim to engage and help create understanding and learning about the benefits of active bodies. The overall goal is to get kids moving in a fun way!

LET'S DRAW! with Ryan
Students learn and develop different cartoon designs that are interesting and important to who they are. Students will work on their ability to develop a creation that they can be proud of and utilize various artistic techniques throughout their future drawing endeavors. 

TUESDAYS
CRAZY 8 MATH with Paula Bonner (3-5th grade)
Crazy 8s is a recreational club teaching students that math is fun by using their favorite activities. Examples: glow in the dark structures, crack the secret spy codes, toilet paper olympics, rock n’ roll bingo, bouncy dice explosion.

KNITTING with NEEDLES with Mrs. Proctor
Students who are ready take that next step in knitting will learn how to using knitting needles. Students will work toward making projects such as knitted bookmarks, bracelets, and a simple scarf. OR
FINGER KNITTING
Students who may not yet be ready for  knitting needles will instead do finger knitting. Students will work on projects and be able to add special touches to their creations such as beads and/or buttons. This is a great time for those students to relax while knitting and engaging with their peers.

THE BRR... OF THE WORLD
Students will explore various animals that live in the coldest part of the world, Antarctica. They will be engaged with a variety of explorations: Why animals live in this part of the world? How they survive? Students will create a project, an artistic piece or a painting demonstrating their new knowledge about Antarctica and its animals.

THURSDAYS
CRAZY 8 MATH with Paula Bonner (K-2nd)
Crazy 8s is a recreational club teaching students that math is fun by using their favorite activities. Examples: glow in the dark structures, crack the secret spy codes, toilet paper olympics, rock n’ roll bingo, bouncy dice explosion.

MAD SCIENCE
Students will participate in a variety of  science experiments, from creating bouncy balls to making their own snow. Students will collaborate with their peers on exploring/understanding why certain materials and chemicals work together and why others do not.

FUN WITH FUSE BEADS
Students will be presented with a challenge to create a design based on a specific theme for the week. Students will create these designs using their own imaginations and with provided images. These challenges will lead students to designing their own pattern and then creating their own design using the fuse beads.

FRIDAYS
MELTING CLUB with Ms. Jewett
Students will engage in melting a variety of different materials leading to amazing and interesting creations that students will take home. Students will work on taking the time to plan how they want a design to look and create the steps the difference from start to finish.

SAND ART
Not only is sand fun at the beach, but it can be used in so many different ways. Students will work with different types of sand and will discover how this simple substance can allow students to create different projects using multiple methods.

RELAY GAMES
Working with one another and socializing are key components to young children and their development as individuals. Students will experience working  as a whole group and in teams to complete different tasks. Students will practice encouraging one another, discovering their own strengths and the different strengths of their peers,

 

 


Y @ 21C
Through the 21st Century Community Learning Center's partnership with the Concord YMCA  students at Beaver Meadow will have the opportunity to become involved in:

- after-school academic assistance (homework help/study skills/etc.)
- fitness and wellness activities (gym activities/dance/hoola-hooping)
- a variety of enrichment opportunities and experiences (cooking, art)

Y@21C programming will begin on Monday September 12th (some YMCA staff will be available for childcare from 8/30 however our 5:30  21C late bus will not begin until 9/12).

AD and BMS Updated Registration Form.pdf

The Y@21C Registration form may also be found in the school office.