Tuesday After School Program
The PTA is thrilled to currently offer a variety of after-school enrichment classes on Tuesdays from 3:00-4:05 p.m. Each session runs approximately 5-6 weeks. The classes are offered by local businesses and parent volunteers and range in price from FREE (thanks to parent volunteers) to $100+ per session.
Some of the classes we regularly offer include: Spanish, ceramics, karate, jewelry making, drawing, and lego engineering. If you have a special skill or talent that you could share with a group of kids, please consider teaching an afterschool class as a volunteer.
Parent Volunteers can help to make this program viable by teaching affordable classes that keep our costs low.
If you need financial assistance please check with Ki Pemberton email@example.com or 206-252-5576 (#2). The PTA is not currently able to offer scholarships but there are a few instructors that offer a private scholarship and she can assist you with this. Your request for assistance must be made at the time of registration.
SACAJAWEA PTA TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL CENTER
SESSION FIVE RUNS 6 WEEKS
TUESDAYS, APRIL 24TH THROUGH MAY 29TH
REGISTRATION FORMS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, April 6th .
Programs are supported by the Sacajawea PTA
1. JEWELRY MAKING: Grades K-5
Earrings, necklaces, bracelets and more! Students will be able to choose from a variety of bead
colors and designs to create some great jewelry they can wear or give as gifts. Previous
experience is not required. Students will start out making simple bracelets and necklaces and
then also make another one that adds a new technique. We will make a variety of different style
earrings including both pierced and non-pierced. Key chains and bookmarks will also be among
the projects that the students can choose from.
CLASS SIZE 5 – 12
2. AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS; Grades K-5
One on One Basketball
We will have fun playing popular sports and games while focusing on teamwork,
sportsmanship and fitness! Skilled and experienced instructors will conduct an exciting
one hour session each week which will include Soccer, Kickball, Basketball, Capture the
Flag, Line Tag and MORE! www.1on1basketball.com
CLASS SIZE 8-20
3. 3-D ORIGAMI; Grades K-5
Sac family Ha & Will Perez
This is a class for all, whether you have prior experience or have never made a fold!
Come learn the amazingly beautiful world of Origami. You can start by covering the
basics of origami folding and progress on, or for the more experience you may want to
jump right in to making incredible 3-D flowers, bears, birds, boxres and so much more.
We will be focusing on spring themes and Mother’s Day projects as well.
CLASS SIZE 5-20
4. CERAMICS: Grades K-5
Come and have fun creating pottery projects. We will sculpt bowls, plates, pots, animals, holiday
themed projects, name plates and more. Come learn clay building techniques. All projects will
be colored with glazes and fired in the kiln to create strong and finished colorful ceramics pieces.
This class is taught by a true ceramics artist!
CLASS SIZE MIN 8, MAX 18
5. DRAWING FANTASTICAL CREATURES: Grades 1-5
Sac. parent Kim Sobie
Dragons and fairies and elves, oh my! Join Ms. Kim for this great drawing class where you will
learn to draw all sorts of fantastical, magical creatures! The class will work in graphite pencil,
pen, and/or colored pencils to finish the illustrations. We’ll cover a variety of different creatures,
with the class participating in deciding what we want to draw. We’ll also cover how to fill in the
background of your drawings to set an entire fantastical scene. The tuition cost is to cover the art
materials used by the students in the class, which they will then take home with them after the
final session. This is sure to be a ton of drawing fun!
CLASS SIZE 8-15
6. ASIAN GAME OF GO: Grades 1-5
Seattle GO Center
Come play the ancient Asian board game of GO in this club. We start out with small boards and
simple instructions, and progress to the full territory based game in a few classes. Since the game
is easily handicapped, beginning players have an even chance of winning against more skilled
players. This keeps the game fun for all. This club is organized by the nonprofit Seattle GO
CLASS SIZE 5 – 12
7. MACHINE SEWING CLASSES; Grades 1-5
Jaicee Designs, Inc.
Join us to learn the basics of using a full-size sewing machine! All students learn how to use a
sewing machine properly and then work on several exciting projects that they can wear, give as
gifts or use with their dolls and stuffed animals. Sewing machines and all materials are provided.
Previous sewing experience is not required. Returning students may pick up where they left off.
CLASS SIZE 5-9
8. CRAZY CAKES: Grades 2-5
Come and learn basic frosting and piping techniques to make beautiful and creative works of
edible art! All projects are created with everyday ingredients and candies making it easy to
replicate at home. If you didn’t get in this class before make sure you don’t miss it this time
around. Due to overwhelming popularity, we will forgo the usual 1st come first serve rule.
Instead we ask that if you have already taken this class please list it as your 2nd choice (along w/
a small notation that you want in if space available). If spots are still available after first timers
register I will then go in order and grant the remaining spots to you in the order I received them. .
CLASS SIZE 15-18
9. SPANISH ENRICHMENT: Grades 3-5
Polly-Glots language classes for kids
You spoke, we listened. Polly-Glots will offer a more advanced Spanish program this spring
with Teacher Cindy. We look forward to learning a new group of people and places in a dynamic
and artful way. Get ready to speak an expanded vocabulary, write letters and even sentences!
Play, learn and engage in Spanish after school with Polly-Glots. This dynamic class will include
movement, crafts, a whole lot of innovative learning and fun. Focus is on the building blocks for
language acquisition: audio comprehension and spontaneous speech. Students need their own
notebooks. CD and support materials will be included in tuition.
CLASS SIZE 7- 12
For any questions on the program call: Tanya at 206-861-9698