Youth Enrichment Classes

Youth Enrichment Classes provide regularly scheduled, structured, and supervised activities for children outside of the regular school day. Our Enrichment Classes promote positive youth development and offer a variety of learning opportunities, including STEM programs, gross motor skill development, recreation, and social development.

Session 4 runs the week of January 6 – February 13.

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Sports & Games

Mondays
4:30-5:30 p.m. – Ages 3 – 6
Fee: $85 Members, $100 Non-Members

Our Sports & Games program offers an exciting opportunity for children to play and develop as young athletes. The classes include fitness and cooperative games, as well as other gross motor skills development activities. Program includes six hour-long classes. Classes in the Upper Gym.

Taught by Denise Joseph, a J Certified Personal Trainer.

Session 4: January 6 – February 10

Snapology LEGO Club

Mondays
4:30-5:30 p.m. – Ages 4-8
Fee: $100 Members, $115 Non-Members

Classes in the Patio Gallery.

We believe that children are meant to learn through play. When children are engaged in interactive, hands-on learning activities, their creativity flourishes and they show an increased interest in school.  We help your child grow up with a thirst for knowledge. How do we do it? Snapology LEGO Club engages children ages 4-8 using LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and technology. While the kids are having fun with familiar toys, laptops and iPads, we sneak in the learning. Shh, don’t tell them it’s educational!

Taught by Snapology of Louisville-Northeast.
https://www.snapology.com/location/louisville

Session 4: Mondays, January 6 – February 10

New to Uke – Beginner’s Ukulele

Mondays
5:45-6:45 p.m. – Grades 2-8 and Adults
Fee: $100 Members, $115 Non-Members

Classes in the Patio Gallery.

Want to enjoy the fun of singing and playing music with your family.  Then this class is for you. Children will partner with an adult (parent, guardian, nanny, etc.) to create a music learning team. It is always more fun to learn and make music together.

The ukulele is a fun, unpretentious instrument that you can take just about everywhere. In this beginning ukulele class, you will learn to fluently play the four chords you need for hundreds of songs. Special attention will be devoted to learning how to strum and sing and at the same time. You’ll have some great tunes to be able to play for yourself, or with others.

This class is taught by Lisa Kljaich, The Ukulele Fool – a YouTube ukulele instructor.  Lisa is a retired public-school music educator who went on to a second career of teaching adult beginners. Students will have access to video practice materials to work on at home between weekly classes.

Students need a ukulele, a music stand and a tuner.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnILEKaqC7Plp33DZUZ8Mkg

Session 4: Mondays, January 6 – February 10

Ballet & More

Wednesdays
4:30-5:30 p.m. – Children ages 3-6
Fee: $85 members, $100 non-members

Young dancers will learn to express themselves through movement. The class will focus on gross motor skills, balance, and coordination to help kids grow both physically and cognitively. Dancers are asked to wear clothes they can move in and be ready to have fun! Classes will be in the Patio Gallery.

Taught by McKenzie Ricklefs, of the Bellarmine University Dance Team

Session 4: January 8 – February 12

Scholar Factory Classes

Wednesdays

Reading Comprehension Class with Homework Support

5:30-6:30 p.m. – (Grade K-2nd)
Fee: $100 Members, $115 Non-Members

This class is ideal for scholars in grades kindergarten thru second. This class will focus on learning foundational reading comprehension strategies, such as inferring, summarizing, making connections, and more. We will also offer limited homework assistance. If your scholar has an assignment that they are struggling to complete, have them bring it in and we will spend a few minutes coaching and guiding them. Because of time constraints and class size, we may not be able to complete the entire assignment, but we can offer support and clarification.

Basic Math Skills Class with Homework Support

6:30-7:30 p.m. – (Grades 3rd-5th)
Fee: $100 Members, $115 Non-Members

This class is designed for scholars in grades third thru fifth. This class will focus on learning basic math skills such as math facts fluency (for all four operations), addition & subtraction with and without regrouping, telling time, working with money, and more! We will also offer limited homework assistance. If your scholar has an assignment that they are struggling to complete, have them bring it in and we will spend a few minutes coaching and guiding them. Because of time constraints and class size, we may not be able to complete the entire assignment, but we can offer support and clarification.

https://www.scholarfactoryky.com/

Session 4 – January 8 – February 12

Chess Club

Thursdays
5:45 – 6:45 p.m. – Children grades 2 – 5
Fee: $85 Members, $100 Non-Members

Learn chess basics and fundamentals, algebraic notation, rated tournament rules and regulations.  The participants will learn the 3 ways every chess player can grow, the 7 Deadly Tactics, and more from a certified chess coach. Opportunities for local and regional tournaments for members of the Chess Club. Classes in the Patio Gallery.

*All Semester Chess Club Rate (January-May)
Fee: $200 Members, $250 Non-Members

Session 4: Thursdays, January 9 – February 13

 

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