After School Program

SKI Academy offers a range of activities from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday each week. Each term will see a new selection of fun, interesting and challenging teacher-led activities for students to choose from.

 Spring Session: April 25th - June 26th

 

Registration for the After School Program is now OPEN and will close when the program is full. Membership is on a first come - first serve basis.  Please take special note of the descriptions below about related costs, membership limits, and age levels.

 

Our After School Program will cost of $15 EC per day. Our SKI Academy Teachers will be hosting each of the after school activities for this term, which are listed in more detail below.  In addition to the six activities we will also be offering the option for students to stay after school for homework help with our teachers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm, at the cost of $15 EC per day.  

 

Please note that parents are responsible for pick up from SKI Academy promptly at 4:30 PM after which time a late fee of $10.00 EC per 15 minutes will be charged.  Students not picked up promptly at 4:30 PM will be supervised by our security guard until they are collected.  The After School Program will be included on your monthly invoice for the days your child participated.

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After School Program

Spring Session 3:30-4:30

April 25th to June 26th 

Please note:  Membership is limited - see each program for details.

 

Monday

Unwinding with Ms. Woodley

Grades 1 - 12

Capacity 20 members

Unwinding After School 

It’s an interactive experience that allows you to be engaged with exciting board games, jigsaw puzzles, challenging brain teasers and group games. Unwinding After School is an enjoyable, relaxing, creative after school activity.

 

Monday

Scratch Coding with Mr. Moar

Grades 3 - 12

Maximum 25 members

Mr. Moar is back again this term with the highly popular Scratch Coding.  He plans to focus on larger projects this time, so projects might be a multi-week activity; for example, creating stories, video games, and music videos. Coding camp will continue to introduce students to the basics of computer coding through the Scratch software. Scratch is an introductory software which scales in difficulty for elementary, middle, and high school levels. Using this program, students will be able to build upon their computer skills while also tapping into their creative potential in order to create their own characters, stories, and video games! Students may need to bring in their own device as the computer room supplies 15 students.

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Tuesday

T.E.A.M. with Mr. Dorsey

Grades 1 - 12

Maximum 30 members

TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More. This is the motto for Mr. Dorsey's after school program. Team building, fair play, and sportsmanship are the pillars that will guide you through fun cooperative games. Up for the challenge? Sign up today!

 

Tuesdays

Homework Club with Ms. Fox

Grades: 1 - 12

Capacity: 25 members

 Take advantage of the personal support from Ms. Fox in a small class setting.  She is available to assist and mentor students focusing on time management, organization, and striving higher during this one hour after school club.

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Wednesdays

Road Tennis with Ms. Emileta

Grades 1 - 12

Capacity 25 members

ROAD TENNIS

What is this sport?  It is a version of ping pong played in the streets by communities for fun and even at a professional level. Who can play?  The answer is easy:  anyone that can hold a racket!  Where is it played? On a court 20’ by 10’.

Where did it originate? It started in Barbados in the early 1930's by people who could not afford the popular lawn tennis equipment.  They used the ping pong sized court and a ‘skinned’ lawn tennis ball with homemade wooden rackets.

You can view a clip of road tennis here:

 https://www.wired.com/2010/12/barbados-road-tennis/

 

Wednesday

Homework Club with Dr. Josephine

Grades: 1 - 12

Capacity: 25 members

 Take advantage of the personal support from Dr. Jo in a small class setting.  She is available to assist and mentor students focusing on time management, organization, and striving higher during this one hour after school club.

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Thursday

Character Counts Club with Ms. Davidson

Grades: 1 - 12

Maximum 20 members

Join Ms. Davidson in a club that promotes age appropriate activities around the four values of kindness, honesty, inclusiveness, and independence. Students will go beyond head-learning to encourage heart-learning. Students will consider how their behavior and attitudes affect others and emphasize that everyone has the chance to be a “good kid.”  We will do this by using various read alouds, growth mindset colouring sheets, making friendship pie, mirror mirror self esteem activity, sprinkle kindness donut craft, role playing, and learning chill skills.

 

Thursday

Puzzled with Ms. Marcy and Ms. Terry

Grades 1 - 12

Maximum 30 students

Mrs. Marcy and Mrs. Terry are at it again! Last term they brought you descrambling of words through Scrabble, this term they are stepping it up! Enter a world of puzzles, puzzles, and more puzzles! Come solve sleuths, crosswords, anagrams, jigsaws, riddles, logic puzzles, math puzzles, cryptic scavenger hunts, encoding, and decoding! It will leave you completely PUZZLED!

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 Homework Clubs (Tuesday & Wednesday)

Homework club will be offered on Wednesday and Thursday. Take advantage of the personal support from our teachers in a small class setting.  Teachers are available to assist and mentor students focusing on time management, organization, and striving higher during this one hour after school club.

             

Teachers 

Monday  

Tuesday  

Wednesday  

Thursday  

Ms. Woodley

Mr. Moar

Unwinding 

 Scratch Coding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Dorsey

Ms. Fox

 

 

 

T.E.A.M.

Homework Club

 

  

 

  

Mrs. Emileta 

Dr. Josephine 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Road Tennis 

Homework Club

 

 

 

Ms. Davidson

Ms. Marcy & Ms. Terry

 

 

 

Character Counts  

Puzzle Club

 

A.S.P (After School Program) in Action!