After School Care, Day Camps, and Break Camps

Many of the Magellan Families take advantage of our after school care and activities, extending the day until 6 PM. Based upon your family needs, you can sign up for five or three days of care per week, or take advantage of our “bridge care” service, which allows for a later pick-up at 4pm. Expect homework or reading/quiet time, activities and crafts, allergy-friendly snacks, and outdoor supervised playtime (weather permitting) to be included during your child’s ASC day.

If you should ever need drop-in care, please email asc@magellanschool.org and your child’s teacher by the day of, and we’ll make sure they get to the right room for ASC. Students not picked up by 3:15pm at Chimney Corners and 3:30pm at Anderson Lane are taken to their grade’s ASC room. Cost for drop-in care is $35/day.

In addition, day camps and break camps are provided during the school year on many Magellan holidays and breaks. These camps are run by our very own Magellan staff members, and hours are similar to regular school drop-off and dismissal.

Billing for any of the following activities is done through TADS.

Use this form to register for After School Care, Fall or Spring Break Camps, and Day Camps

  • After School Care
    • 5 days / week = $2,600/year
      • Annual Fee: $2,500 due August 1st ($100 discount)
      • Semi-Annual Fee: $1,275 due August 1st & November 1st ($50 discount)
      • Monthly Fee: $260 due each month, August 1st – May 1st
    • 3 days / week = $1,660/year
      • Annual Fee: $1,560 due August 1st ($100 discount)
      • Semi-Annual Fee: $805 due August 1st & November 1st ($50 discount)
      • Monthly Fee: $166 due each month, August 1st – May 1st
    • Bridge Care (5 days / week until 4:00pm, offered at both campuses)
      • Monthly Fee: $70 due each month, August 1st – May 1st
  • Fall (October 14-18, 2019) or Spring (March 16-20, 2020) Break Camp
    • $300 for all 5 days or $70 / day
  • Day Camp for Professional Development days (September 27, January 6, April 10)
    • $190 for all 3 days or $70 / day

 

Feedback for any of our After School programs (ASC, MIS Clubs, or vendor activities) can be entered on this form here, and the ASC Coordinator will follow-up with you about action(s) taken.

After School Activities

Through partners, a variety of after-school activities are offered on a semester basis. These programs offer once/week activities that allow students to further develop interest in, from flamenco to coding, from drones to tennis, or from art to martial arts!

Take a look here at the weekly schedule at both campuses. Then use the filters below to narrow it down by grade / day to view more details, contact information, and registration links for all activities.

  • Day of the week

  • Grade

3rd-5th Mandarin Study Hall

The students complete teacher assigned homework and review the vocabulary words/ sentence structures with the facilitator during the session.

Every week, the facilitator coordinates with the Mandarin teachers to plan the enrichment activities in order to review the vocabulary words and sentence structures.

3rd-5th

3:20-4:10pm

Thursday, Friday

(Thursdays) January 30 – May 21

(Fridays) January 31 – May 22

Thursday $320/ Friday $260

8 spots available each day

Contact Info

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Li-Ting Liu

n/a

6th-8th Mandarin Study Hall

The students complete teacher assigned homework and review the vocabulary words/ sentence structures with the facilitator during the session.

Every week, the facilitator coordinates with the Mandarin teachers to plan the enrichment activities in order to review the vocabulary words and sentence structures.

6th-8th

4:00-4:40pm

Friday

January 31 – May 22

$260

6 spots available

Contact Info

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Li-Ting Liu

n/a

Architecture by George

Thank you for your interest in the Architecture After School Program for Kids.

The program introduces young kids to a world of architectural studies, where the boundaries between science and art are blurred, just as much as the separation between discovery and imagination.

The topic for this session: ICONIC ARCHITECTS and THEIR ARCHITECTURE

We’ll learn about some of the great architects (male and female, past and present) who have left a mark on our cities and landscapes. We’ll explore their buildings, their ideas, and their architectural philosophy.

Activities include sketching, model-making, design challenges, and virtual field trips.

Kinder – 5th

3:20-4:20pm
Tuesday

January 7 – March 10

$300

12 spots available!

Contact Info

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Sharon George

(512) 655-3524

ATA Martial Arts with Master Palacios – Preschool

ATA’s Martial Arts after school program offers a weekly class for your child that is educational, exciting and fun! This safe, positive, and motivational adventure is designed to help your child increase physical, moral and mental fitness, all while making new friends and having a great time! This class will cover all of the basic martial arts techniques as well as the basic life-skills of respect, discipline, perseverance, and self-control.

Since, I am physically a small human on the planet, I have designed a self-defense system based on science. I call it, Spherical Self-Defense. It uses physics and physiology to manage effective responses to perceived and real threats. This system incorporates the martial arts skills of Krav Maga, Judo, Kali, Taekwondo and QiGong.

The kids need to earn 4 knowledge stripes on their belt before they are eligible to promote in rank.
1st Stripe – Self Defense
Cover (Front, L/R Head, L/R Kidney/Ribs) – Krav Maga
Weak Link Release (Wrist Grab, choke/shoulder grab from the front) – Spherical SD
Falling – Forward, back and side (if we can find a place to practice)
2nd Stripe – Sparring Combinations
White, Orange and Yellow Belt Sparring Combinations
6 – Components of Sparring (Leadership Students)
3rd Stripe – Board Breaks
Downward Hammer Fist (palm heel if they do not have gear)
Pushing front kick
Spin heel (Leadership)
4th Stripe – Traditional Songahm Taekwondo Form
Songahm 1 (aka White Belt form)
Choong Jung 2 (aka Red Belt form. For ranks purple and higher)
5th Stripe – Weapons (not required to test)
Kali – double short sticks
Double Ssahng Jeol Bong (Leadership Students) – Drills and Creative Form
Combat Bahng Mahng Ee Techniques (Leadership Students)

Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel: Master Palacios ATA Martial Arts

PP3-PP4

3:15-4:00pm

Thursday

January 30 – May 21

$525

10 total spots available! Only 6 spots left!

Contact Info

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Annette Palacios

(512) 294-3385

ATA Martial Arts with Master Palacios – Primary

ATA’s Martial Arts after school program offers a weekly class for your child that is educational, exciting and fun! This safe, positive, and motivational adventure is designed to help your child increase physical, moral and mental fitness, all while making new friends and having a great time! This class will cover all of the basic martial arts techniques as well as the basic life-skills of respect, discipline, perseverance, and self-control.

Since, I am physically a small human on the planet, I have designed a self-defense system based on science. I call it, Spherical Self-Defense. It uses physics and physiology to manage effective responses to perceived and real threats. This system incorporates the martial arts skills of Krav Maga, Judo, Kali, Taekwondo and QiGong.

The kids need to earn 4 knowledge stripes on their belt before they are eligible to promote in rank.
1st Stripe – Self Defense
Cover (Front, L/R Head, L/R Kidney/Ribs) – Krav Maga
Weak Link Release (Wrist Grab, choke/shoulder grab from the front) – Spherical SD
Falling – Forward, back and side (if we can find a place to practice)
2nd Stripe – Sparring Combinations
White, Orange and Yellow Belt Sparring Combinations
6 – Components of Sparring (Leadership Students)
3rd Stripe – Board Breaks
Downward Hammer Fist (palm heel if they do not have gear)
Pushing front kick
Spin heel (Leadership)
4th Stripe – Traditional Songahm Taekwondo Form
Songahm 1 (aka White Belt form)
Choong Jung 2 (aka Red Belt form. For ranks purple and higher)
5th Stripe – Weapons (not required to test)
Kali – double short sticks
Double Ssahng Jeol Bong (Leadership Students) – Drills and Creative Form
Combat Bahng Mahng Ee Techniques (Leadership Students)

Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel: Master Palacios ATA Martial Arts

Kinder-5th

3:20-4:20pm, Leadership (by invite) from 4:30-5:00pm

Tuesday

January 28 – May 19

$525

15 spots available!

Contact Info

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Annette Palacios

(512) 294-3385

Austin Artery: Stop Motion Animation & Special Effects

This program is accessible to a variety of levels of experience. We will covers the basics of stop motion, as well as learning about voice-overs, scripts, storyboarding, special effects, and green screen.

We will use Stop Motion to learn the basics of video editing. Each child will create a collection of videos, exhibiting their new skills. They will work individually and in small groups to create a collection of stop motion videos.

1st-4th

3:20-4:20pm

Monday

January 27 – May 16

$350

15 spots available!

Contact Info

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Heidi Lowell

(512) 968-4315

Austin Music Explorations

PIANO (No prior musical experience is required)
In piano lessons, we’ll cover everything from piano basics to confidently performing in front of an audience!

SINGER/SONGWRITER (1 year of piano or guitar is required)
Ready to learn all about your favorite songs? You’ll learn how they were written, how to play them–and then you’ll write your own!

SINGING (no prior musical experience is required)
Love singing along to your favorite songs? In these lessons you’ll learn how to take that enthusiasm and turn it into an awesome performance! We’ll cover everything from singing basics to more advanced techniques.

Kinder-8th

3:30-6:00pm (30 minute lessons)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

January 27 – May 22

Cost Varies

34 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adam Littman

n/a

Bilingual Krav Maga – Self Defense for Kids

This 10 week program will include age specific techniques in self-defense and anti-bullying. We will cover the physical and technical aspects of self-defense as well as educational skills such as self-control, violence prevention, and stress management.

2nd-4th

3:20-4:20pm

Monday, Wednesday

January 27 – April 6

$250 for 10 weeks (10% sibling discount)

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Maxine Bockoff

(281) 787-8650

Cub Scouts Pack 809

Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family. In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.

Kinder-5th

3:20-4:30pm

Every other Friday

January 10 – May 22

$50

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Chris Lynch

(512) 507-3126

Dance Discovery

Austin’s most popular dance studio for children’s dance classes since 2000!
Dance Discovery has been in Austin for 15 years and has been voted #1 place to learn dance in Austin for 10 years by Austin Family Magazine. We are home to the STORYTIME DANCE™ curriculum that is specially designed for young children. All of our children’s curricula (birth–teen) are based on current human-development research. All of our teachers are professionals with college degrees in dance, theatre, or education who LOVE working with children. Spring session enrollment includes costume and end of year on-stage recital in May.

Syllabus:

This whole dance class is a story from beginning to end incorporating age appropriate skills in ballet, jazz, creative movement, and tap. The dance class begins with a ballet story and then students repeat the ballet skills once more in the same order to traditional music. The story engages them on their level allowing them to learn more skills because they are actively focused for a longer period of time. The class then moves onto jazz, creative movement, and ends with tap.

Below is a sample of what went out to families after the first couple weeks of classes this past session:
Dancing with Our Baby Alligators
Hello Dancing Families!
We are having a wonderful start to the new school year! We are thrilled to see our returning dancers and overjoyed to welcome new dancers. We always begin our Storytime Dance school year with our Baby Alligator story. It is the perfect story to establish the basic positions and steps of ballet. Through imagery in our story dancers learned first position and échappé. As the story progressed dancers locomoted through the space and danced an energetic jazz dance.
Dancers began standing with their feet together. The feet together formed the Mommy Alligator’s egg. The egg hatched open to reveal not one, but two baby alligators in one egg! We pretended our feet were the alligators, and with Sister Alligator on one side and Brother Alligator on the other side, we realized that their tails were stuck together! With their heels together and toes apart, the dancers discovered first position. First position is the basis for all positions and steps in ballet. Ask your dancers to show you their tails stuck together! The Baby Alligators used team work to figure out how to separate their tails. Eventually they jumped their tails their tails apart with an échappé, a ballet movement in which dancers jump from first position to feet apart.
With their tails separated, our alligators were free to play. Our Baby Alligators realized that Mommy Alligator was missing, and we went on a search to find her. Along the way we galloped with a horse, travelled on tip toe to a bear, and swam in a swamp. We found Mommy Alligator and celebrated with a jazz dance! Dancers gleefully practiced their knee bends and hip shakes with waving arms. As we stretched, we helped Mommy Alligator make a soup that only hungry baby alligators would love! We tap danced and practiced our heel taps and toe taps.
With our dancing bodies invigorated and our hearts full of love for our Alligator Family, we leave our swamp friends and embark on a new Storytime Dance adventure next week!
Dancingly Yours,
Dance Discovery

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Monday

January 27 – May 18

$405 (includes lump sum tuition + costume fee + recital fee)

14 spots available!

Contact Info

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Karina Lucio

(512) 419-7611

Danzversity After School Dance Program

Danzversity youth programs provide an experience for the children to create, collaborate, and positively inspire each other to grow as an individual and as a team. We will build on our confidence and motivate our peers to always feel comfortable with the freedom of expression.

At Danzversity, this is not your ordinary dance program, we grow, create and build each other up with dance as our backbone.

Class includes:
Team and Confidence Building
Warm Up
Dance Games
Choreography-
An intro to Hip Hop Latin, Urban styles y mucho mas!
#BEYOU

TOP 10 SKILLS CHILDREN GET FROM THE ARTS
1. CREATIVITY
2. CONFIDENCE
3. PROBLEM SOLVING
4. PERSEVERANCE
5. FOCUS
6. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
7. RECEIVING AND GIVING CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK
8. COLLABORATION
9. DEDICATION
10. ACCOUNTABILITY

Kinder-4th

3:20-4:30pm

K-2nd Tuesday, 3rd-4th Thursday

(Tuesday) January 28 – May 12

(Thursday) January 30 – May 14

$310

12 spots available!

Contact Info

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Jaymie

(915)383-4329

Drama Club After School with Mr. Lucho!

Workshop focused on the dramatic game whose fundamental objectives are to facilitate the free movement of imagination, creative fantasy, expression and communication. A dynamic and fun methodology is used, based on respect for individualities, trust, and mutual support in order to stimulate in the children the gestation of constructive criticism and reflective capacity.

This workshop will be done in Spanish to continue the language acquisition process.

CONTENT
Introduction to the workshop
Group knowledge games
Individual and group body warming
Relaxation techniques
Movement in space
Body expression games
The voice and its importance in the drama
Individual and group skill games
Teamwork in the drama
Coordination games
Relationship with objects
How a scene is created
Types of scenes
How to write a scene
How a character is created

3rd-5th

4:00-5:30pm (3:20-4pm students will be in ASC to accommodate for Mr. Lucho’s schedule, free of charge)

Tuesday

January 28 – April 28

$350

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Mr. Lucho (Luis Aya)

(512) 774-0484

Flamenco – Preschool

Chimney Corners Flamenquitos Fridays 3:00pm-3:45pm

This class is for our youngest age group and focuses on Flamenco movements and music, and most of all, making sure everyone has a great time. Set your little ones on a path filled with dance and music! Every class will cover Zapateado (footwork), Braceo (arms), Floreo (hands) and Compas/Palmas (rhythms and clapping) and Choreography.

There will be various performance opportunities throughout the year including the end of year showcase May 17th, 2020 3pm
There are no classes February 17th, March 13th-20th, April 10th & 30th, May 1st

Uniform – Flamenco Skirts, Shoes, Boots (boys), Castanets (AL only), Fans (3rd-5th) available through AFA

PP3-PP4

3:00-3:45pm

Friday

January 31 – May 15

$300

12 spots available

Contact Info

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Genevieve Guinn

(202) 468-8461

Flamenco – Primary

Anderson Lane Mondays 3rd-5th 3:20-4:20 AND Thursdays K-2nd 3:20-4:20

This class will cover all of the general technique of flamenco Zapateado (footwork), Braceo (arms), Floreo (hands), Compas/Palmas (rhythms and clapping) and Castanets. Students will work on placement as well as full choreographies.

There will be various performance opportunities throughout the year including the end of year showcase May 17th, 2020 3pm
There are no classes February 17th, March 13th-20th, April 10th & 30th, May 1st
Uniform- Flamenco Skirts, Shoes, Boots (boys), Castanets (AL only), Fans (3rd-5th) available through AFA

Kinder-5th

3:20-4:20pm

Monday, Thursday

(Mondays) January 27 – May 11

(Thursdays) January 30 – May 14

$330

12 spots available

Contact Info

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Genevieve Guinn

(202) 468-8461

Foodie Kids

Foodie Kids celebrates over 25 years of teaching kiddos how to cook, providing innovative recipes, diverse ingredients, and professional culinary instructors.

Cooking and baking are lifelong skills that everyone should have. When kids cook for themselves or involved in the process in some capacity, they try a larger variety of foods and are more accepting of different ones they would typically reject.

Each week our kiddos will learn two new recipes using seasonal ingredients. They will learn basic knife skills, vocabulary, math/measurements, and build confidence and pride in a finished product. We also place an emphasis on cuisines from other cultures and countries and that cooking is not just to expand our palate and skills but a way to connect as humans with the one thing we all share – food.

PP3 – 5th

CC = 3:00-4:00pm

AL = 3:20-4:20pm

Wednesday

January 29 – May 13

$275

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Bonnie Jay

(512) 346-3333

Fun in Mandarin – Kinder-2nd

The class focuses on building the students’ Mandarin communication abilities. The students will learn Chinese songs, play games and watch videos. The students will not only learn basic words and expressions, but also sentence patterns.

13 Weeks of Lessons:
1. Clothing
2. Time and date
3. Season
4. Weather
5. Transportations
6. School items
7. Review the learned themes (ex, greeting, family member, number, body part, Chinese Zodiac animals, color, and so on. )

Kinder-2nd

3:20-4:10pm

Monday

January 27 – May 18

$260

6 spots available

Contact Info

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Li-Ting Liu

n/a

Fun in Mandarin – Preschool

The class focuses on building the students’ Mandarin communication abilities. The students will learn Chinese songs, play games and watch videos. The students will not only learn basic words and expressions, but also sentence patterns.

16 weeks of lessons:
1. Happy New Year- Experiencing Chinese culture and making crafts.
2. Body parts
3. Food
4. Please, thank you, sorry, you are welcome.
5. Number 11-20
6. Review the themes learned in Fall (ex. Greeting, age, shape, clothing, animals..and so on. )

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Tuesday

January 28 – May 19

$320

6 spots available

Contact Info

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Li-Ting Liu

n/a

Idea Lab Kids: Building With Circuits/Physics in Motion

In this combination Engineering and Science class, students will explore 2 subject matters: physics and beginner circuitry. Students will begin the class with multiple sessions of physics and engineering challenges, such as bridge designing and creating a water balloon-fountain. We will then switch to our circuitry class, where handmade flashlights, fan cars, and fan boats will be the amain projects we accomplish. This is a great class to explore both physics and engineering in a hands on environment.

3rd-5th

3:20-4:20pm

Thursday

January 30 – May 21

$320

10 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adam Gockley

(512) 710-5694

Idea Lab Kids: Preschool STEM Club

Class Type: STEM Club. In this Idea Lab class, PP3 and PP4 students will experience a revolving set of class projects centered on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for their age group.

Projects will include study of animal life cycles, simple machine engineering, creation of Stop Motion Animation shorts, and much more!

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Wednesday

January 29 – May 20

$320

8 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adam Gockley

(512) 710-5694

Idea Lab Kids: STEM Club

In this Idea Lab class, Kindergarten-3rd grade students will experience a revolving set of class projects centered on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for their age group. We will explore Biology and Animal Science in
our Science classes, robotics and stop motion animation in our Technology classes, and the study of multiple types of Engineering.

First month of activities would look like this: Create a Bouncy Ball (Science), Stop Motion Animation (Technology), Catapult with Wheel and Axle (Engineering), Elephant’s Toothpaste (Science). We will continue revolving Science, Technology, and Engineering projects throughout the semester.

Kinder-3rd

3:20-4:20pm

Tuesday

January 28 – May 19

$300

10 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adam Gockley

(512) 710-5694

Imagine Arts Academy: Crayola World of Design

Take a journey to the farthest reaches of the imagination while learning about the rainforest, Hollywood, Mars, and a futuristic city! Use the design thinking process to solve real-world problems in these different environments. Experiment with Crayola® products and many art techniques like sculpting, storyboarding, collage, and mixed media. Discover design careers like graphic design, universal design, urban design, and product design.

Kinder-5th

3:20-4:20pm

Wednesday

January 29 – April 22

$209

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adrianna Hagan

(512) 892-1143

Jungle Movement Parkour Program

Become a real Ninja! The Jungle Movement Academy is back again to teach kids skills in Ninja Warrior and Parkour. Learn to move like an animal while leaping your way through obstacle courses and playing fun Jungle Games. Build strength and coordination, and also learn about what it means to keep your body healthy and in shape. Our experienced coaches know how to make fitness fun!

  • Week 1: Intro to Parkour (Jumping, Landing, Falling)
  • Week 2: Vaulting
  • Week 3: Ascending and Descending
  • Week 4: Swinging and Bars
  • Week 5: Flow
  • Week 6: Free Running (Style)
  • Week 7: Conditioning
  • Week 8: Mid Term Test
  • Week 9: Jumping, Landing, Falling
  • Week 10: Vaulting
  • Week 11: Ascending and Descending
  • Week 12: Swinging and Bars
  • Week 13: Flow
  • Week 14: Free Running (Style)
  • Week 15: Conditioning
  • Week 16: Finals Test

PP3-8th

CC = 3:00-4:00pm
AL = 3:20-4:20pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

(Mondays) January 27-May 18

(Wednesdays) January 29-May 20

(Fridays) January 31-May 22

$400/semester or $25/class

15 spots available every day at each campus!

Contact Info

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Josh Grant

(737) 202-4428

Little Medical School

Students in Little Medical School program will learn by doing interactive demonstrations, crafts, and games to learn how the body and organs work, to learn how to use instruments that real doctors use. Students are introduced to administer first aid, CPR, physical exam, eye exam, and even tie knots like a real surgeon. Each student receives their own stethoscope that works. Each child receives a diploma as a graduate of Little Medical School at the completion of the course.

Weekly Syllabus:
What is in the Doctor’s Bag?
All about the Heart
All about the Lungs
Digesting Digestion
Is there a Surgeon in the House?

First Aid
The Wonderful Brain
That is Gross
Your Spine is Fine
Pharmacy

The Exciting Eye
Did You Hear That?
CPR and Heimlich Maneuver
Food is Fuel
Broken Bones

Medical Fun and Graduation

1st-3rd

3:20-4:20pm

Friday

January 28 – May 15

$300

6 – 10 spots available!

Contact Info

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Andrew Phan

(832) 748-7789

Mad Science

Young scientists will encounter the world of life and physical science in a fun, hands-on environment that incorporates the educational standards required by the STAAR test. Join Mad Science for an amazing session with a new topic each week! STEM-ulating Science will include the following topics: All About Animals, Energy Burst, Life in the Sea, Mix it Up, Moving Motion, Current Events, Fun-damental Forces, Fantastic Flyers, Super Structures, Under Pressure, the Science of Magic and Radical Robots. Exploration will continue at home with a take home project each class. Join the fun and become a “Mad Scientist”!

Kinder-5th

3:20-4:20pm

Monday

January 27 – April 27

$209

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adrianna Hagan

(512) 892-1143

Mad Science Junior

Young scientists will encounter the world of physical science in a fun, hands-on environment. Join Mad Science for an amazing session with a new topic each week! Young scientists will experiment with light and sound, defy gravity with magnets, have a super time with senses and more! Exploration will continue at home with a take home project each class. Join the fun and become a “Mad Scientist”!

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Thursday

January 30 – April 23

$209

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Adrianna Hagan

(512) 892-1143

Pala Soccer – Preschool

This soccer program is designed to promote self-esteem and confidence on and off the field. Players will gain coordination and skills while learning to be team players. Most importantly is players have fun and build fitness. I have been coaching soccer for 35 years. I played professionally in Poland. Coach Pala.

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Monday

February 10 – May 4

$395

20 spots available!

Contact Info

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Coach Pala

(512) 657-5385

Pala Soccer – Primary

This soccer program is designed to promote self-esteem and confidence on and off the field. Players will gain coordination and skills while learning to be team players. Most importantly is players have fun and build fitness. I have been coaching soccer over 35 years. I played professionally in Poland. My philosophy is “striving for excellence on and off the field”. Coach Pala

Kinder-5th

3:20-4:20pm

Tuesday

February 11 – May 5

$395

20 spots available!

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Coach Pala

(512) 657-5385

Puppet’s House Experience

Puppet’s house experience includes international stories and legends in Spanish. Students will have music classes to use instruments to make plays. They will also learn how to write short stories in Spanish. This activity improves self-expression, motor skills, imagination, creativity, writing, and speaking. All this while there are having fun! The activities are taught in Spanish.

Kinder-4th

3:20-4:20pm

Tuesday

February 4 – May 19

$320

15 spots available!

Contact Info

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Veronica Krause & Carlos Cita

(512) 701-2023 or (512) 698-0722

Skyhawks Baseball Clinic

Skyhawks baseball takes the rich history of the game from Cooperstown to your town. Our progressional curriculum teaches the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting and base running in a fun, positive environment by local Skyhawks staff. All athletes regardless of skill level will learn new baseball skills along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork and responsibility. All participants will come away with new friends, new skills and love for the game!

Kinder-5th
3:20-4:20pm
Thursday
January 30 – May 21
$200
10 spots available!

Contact Info

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Josh Araiza
(214) 206-6363

Skyhawks Baseball Mini Hawk Clinic

Learning baseball has never been more fun! Mini-Hawk classes focus on fine and gross motor skills as well as body control. We teach all the baseball basics, such as throwing, catching, hitting and running control. We are excited to help these little ones develop a love of the game.

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Friday

January 31 – May 22

$200

10 spots available!

Contact Info

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Josh Araiza

(214) 206-6363

Skyhawks Basketball Mini Hawk Clinic

Learning basketball has never been more fun! These classes focus on dribbling, shot technique, passing and team work. Adjustable hoops and appropriately sized basketballs are used to always provide just the right amount of challenge.

PP3-PP4

3:00-4:00pm

Wednesday

January 29 – May 20

$200

10 spots available!

Contact Info

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Josh Araiza

(214) 206-6363

Sportball

Research shows that kids who play multiple sports through childhood stay active longer and are more likely to succeed in competitive sport. At Sportball, multi-sport classes provide an amazing foundation for a lifetime of active living. Sportball kids are kept moving and engaged and learn a new skill from a different sport each class. Bundled into one registration, we teach 8 sports-Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Volleyball, Golf, and Tennis! Sportball is the perfect program to introduce your child to a variety of sports!

PP3-5th

CC = 3:00-4:00pm

AL = 3:20-4:20pm

Tuesday (CC), Thursday (CC), Friday (AL)

(Tuesdays) January 28 – May 19

(Thursdays) January 30 – May 21

(Fridays) January 31 – May 22

Tuesdays or Thursdays – $320

Fridays – $280

16 spots available!

Contact Info

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Mike Kriese

(512) 407-8814

Tennis

Tennis lessons on the sport court, with portable nets! Stroke production, foot work, body positioning, scoring, and of course, play time.

Kinder – 5th

3:20-4:20 or 4:30-5:30pm

Friday

January 31 – May 22

$238

up to 8 spots available per group!

Contact Info

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Nancy Rushefsky

(512) 632-0672