On Monday, we had some guest speakers from the golf course come to teach our 4th and 5th graders the fundamental principles of golf. They then discussed how these principles apply to real life. These principles include: honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy, and judgement. The guest speakers also taught the students how to hold a golf club and they had fun practicing their swing.
Today the students had the opportunity to tie blankets that will be donated to the hospital. They also drew pictures and wrote notes for those in the hospital. The students had a lot of fun doing this. Adams Owls love to serve others!
We are so excited for our Lights On event coming February 21st! Over the past few weeks, Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade have had the opportunity to work with artcore, a group of art students from USU. Artcore has helped them do different group art projects that will be put on display at the Lights On event. The children really enjoyed participating. Here are some pictures of Kindergarten sand painting!
This past Thursday, after school club went to the Fun Park for our end of the session field trip. The students were so excited! We were fortunate enough to be able to rent out the entire fun center, so the students were able to enjoy laser tag, billiards, bowling, soft play, and roller skating. Some students learned how to skate for the first time, and were pro by the end! It was a successful field trip and we have enjoyed having all of your children in after school club!
The students who chose art club were able to learn all about art and practice drawing and paining. In these pictures, they were practicing drawing step by step. They also learned about and practiced shading. Their drawings turned out awesome!
Registration for session 2 is open now until December 14th. We hope you choose to come back!
The students are having a lot of fun with the October Clubs. Last week, in the circus club the students got to play with a giant parachute outside. They practiced math as well as coordination skills while trying to keep the dodge-balls on the parachute. It was lots of fun!
Today the third graders went on a field trip to Utah State University. We walked from our school, then went on a mini tour of campus. The teacher made a questionnaire where we got to answer questions about the university and think about what we want to do when we grow up. When we were walking around, we saw different statues and buildings. We even got to go inside the TSC and see what it is like. It was fun seeing campus and what college is like. Here are some pictures:
These last few weeks of ASC have been great! We have started off well and are having a great time getting to know all the students. This blog will be a place where you can see some of the different clubs and activities that we have going on at after school club. Last week, we had a guest speaker come with her service dog. She came and talked about service animals and some reasons why people might need one. She let them pet her dog and showed off some tricks as well. The students loved it!
After a week of hard work and good behavior the students earned their Christmas party! The students were so excited to have reached their goals. For the party the students were able to choose between watching polar express, doing Christmas crafts, or playing " Christmas ornament" dodge ball. The Students had so much fun! It was a good way to finish out our last day of session one!
This week We have had tons of fun doing winter and Christmas crafts and games. We have learned about Christmas and the holiday season in different countries, shared our favorite parts about Christmas and decorated sugar cone christmas trees . The students are also working towards earning a Christmas party next Thursday which is the last day of this session of after school club! We love the fun times we share with your students!
This week our guest speaker Amy Taylor cam e to visit us. She Is a regional director for a senator in Idaho. She taught us about our government, her job and ways we can be good citizen. The students loved her fun stories and interesting topics. Here is a picture of her visit
Last week we had a visit from one of our local heroes. A police officer from the USU police department came to be our guest speaker. She spoke to us about about bicycle safety and stranger danger. The kids learned a lot about how they can be safe and have fun. They also had fun asking the police officer about her job and the things she does. Here are some pictures of the fun!