Spring 2018 Clubs
Registration is closing Friday, February 23!

Spring Clubs will run on Fridays from 2:15 – 3:15 pm. We ask that parents kindly make arrangements to pick up your student(s) promptly AT THE ROOM OR THE AREA  where the club takes place.

Scholarships applications have been awarded. They are included in the spring rosterThank you!


Questions? Email 
MarvistaClubs@gmail.com

SPRING CLUB LINE-UP:

Drama Club (1st – 6th)
Maximum # of participants: 18
Club Location: Mr. Woolford’s Room #1630 (Large Music Room)
Cost: $125 per student
Drama Club is a place for young actors to learn new theatre games, improvise stories, and create great characters. Please be sure to bring your positive attitude and a willingness to play!
Led by: Hi-Liners Musical Theatre

Trendy Crafts Oceans & Mermaids (K – 5thClub full!
Maximum # of participants: 18
Club Location: Ms. Dixon’s Room #1560
Cost: $140 per student 
Oceans and mermaids are trending! Join Trendy Crafts to create super hip projects this semester featuring everything crafty kids love-bling, sparkle, and tons of unicorns, mermaids.
Led by: Trendy Crafts

Gymnastics Club (K – 6th)
Maximum # of participants: 28
Club Location: Gymnasium
Cost: $165 per student
Gymnastics builds confidence, strength, balance, coordination and flexibility in children, giving them strong foundation for a lifetime of sports and fitness.  Join the enthusiastic, motivating coaches from The Jungle Gym to learn basic tumbling and apparatus skills like pullovers, cartwheels, handstands and simple routines.
Led by: The Jungle Gym

Science Club (K – 3rd) Club full!
Maximum # of participants: 18
Club Location: Multipurpose Room/Cafeteria
Cost: $150 per student
This unique program provides opportunities for students to engage in exploration of Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math (STEM) YUCK! If you like all things gross and weird, come to our hands-on program full of XL Bubbles, super edible slime, explosions, bubbling potions and
fuzzy molds.
Led by: Mariola from Witty Scientists

Drawing/Painting Club (1st – 5thClub full!
Maximum # of participants: 15
Club Location: Pod C
Cost: $130 per student
Let your imagination run wild! Explore color while learning the basics of watercolors, the color wheel and color theory.
Led by: Janet Crawley – High 5 Arts

Flag Football Club (4th – 6th)
Maximum # of participants: 38
Club Location: Outside Field
Cost: $70 per student
We will play in the 7 on 7 format, flag football style (no tackling).  We will learn football rules, practice sportsmanship, work as a team and have fun!
Led by: James Warren

Soccer Club (1st – 3rdClub full!
Maximum # of participants: 20
Club Location: Soccer Field
Cost: $40 per student
Develop skills and confidence in your soccer ability. Soccer club will include dribbling, passing and shooting drills.
This club is for beginners and experienced students wanting to learn and improve soccer skills in a structured environment.
Led by: JaySea & Adi Smajlovic

Questions? Contact: MarvistaClubs@gmail.com


Take Note! Choir Club is back & starts Friday, Feb 2!
Registration is now closed!

Choir Club is back by popular demand! Lead by Mrs. Heather Pasley, the club will return Friday, February 2.  Choir Club is for students in grades 3-6th. Kids get to learn new-school jams, work on projecting, boldness and blending (listening). Harmonies and complex singing styles will be incorporated by the end of the session. This club will be so much fun! A custom Choir Club T-shirt will be included with registration this spring.

Choir Club (3rd-6th) –  $30 per student
Maximum # of participants:  38
Club Location: Ms. Hoekstra’s Room # 1620 (Music Room/Stage)
Fridays – Feb 2-May 25
2:10-3:15 PM
Led by:  Heather Pasley

Choir Club Roster


OTHER CLUBS/ENRICHMENT AT MARVISTA

Calling all Kings, Queens, Knights, Rooks, Bishops and Pawns!
Chess Club begins Wednesday September 27!!

Ms. Moeller’s classroom #1270
3:40 – 4:45 pm.
All grades are welcome, K – 6th
$140
Chess is a cerebral sport. Chess play can advance mental discipline and focus, improve memory, and may develop the logical channel of ‘if’ this then ‘that’ – sequence thinking. Chess involves interaction, strategy, delayed gratification, and gamesmanship.
Chess teaches young players respect and courtesy while having fun. The Pacific NW has many Chess competitions and ChessMates has two each year that allows us to participate at a reduced rate. These are tournaments that can advance to State. Chess Club registration forms will be handed out at the first few sessions, and collected the following few weeks. Or, download them in advance here. Chess Club is $140 for the year (through mid- April), and full scholarships are available for those on free/reduced lunch. Make checks payable to “Checkmates”.Please pick up your child promptly at 4;45 pm.For questions, please contact Teresa at 206-734-7611.