Winter 2020 Extended Day 

We are delighted to offer before and after school extended day options at our Mack Campus in Woodinville. Charges, depending on your Extended Day needs, will be added to your tuition account. If you would like additional information about options at our Mack Campus, please email our Extended Day and Program Coordinator Kelsey Curtis.

Our Three Points Campus in Medina has an Extended Day option for after school needs. If you would like information, please email Extended Day and Program Coordinator Kelsey Curtis.

Mack and Three Points after school: $9/hr and goes from school dismissal until 6pm on both campuses.

Mack before school: $11 flat rate and goes from 7am until class begins. 

Charges are directly billed to tuition.

Winter 2020 Enrichment Clubs

Enrichment Clubs are extracurricular activities meant to enhance your child’s educational experience here at BCS. They will range from athletics to STEAM clubs and will be held after school, one hour per week.

Contact our Extended Day and Program Coordinator Kelsey Curtis if you have any questions.

*$10 off each class if you register before 11/29/19*

Art Club

Feeling creative?

  • Learn more creative skills.
  • Focus on building creative confidence and building on current concepts taught in class.
  • All materials will be provided.

 

Dates:

Begins Tuesday, January 7 and runs for 8 weeks

No class February 11

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades K-6               Thursdays, 3-4pm in the Art Room

Three Points Campus Grades K-6     Tuesdays, 3-4pm in the Art Room

Active Minds

The Active Minds Class was specifically engineered to aid development in elementary aged students. Learners enjoy physical activities and games which adhere to “Learn Through Play” principals that have are proven to help young learners with cognitive and physical development.

Our Classes focus on our 6 Pillars of Development:

  • Movement & Mobility – Learners move in all ways ( run, jump, crawl, etc)
  • Academics – Supportive learning environment.
  • Teamwork – Learners work collaboratively to complete tasks and problem solve.
  • Communication -Dialog builds bonds, confidence and emotional intelligence.
  • Creativity – Activities will incorporate imagination and “outside the box thinking”
  • Fun – They are kids, after all!

 

Dates:

Begins Monday, January 6, goes for 8 Weeks

No class January 20 or February 17

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades K-2                            Mondays, 3-4pm in the MPR

Mack Campus Grades 3-6                             Mondays, 4-5pm in the MPR

 

Three Points Campus Grades K-2                Wednesdays, 3-4pm in the Gym

Three Points Campus Grades 3-6                Wednesdays, 4-5pm in the Gym

3 v 3 Fast Break Basketball

Interested in basketball for your child with a low level of commitment?  Consider BCS 3 on 3 Fast-Break Basketball.

This fast-paced game format allows for lots of scoring.  Traditional basketball games that typically end with scores in the 40’s & 50’s are often over 100+ for each 3 ON 3 team!

There are primary 4 reasons for this:

  1. A Shortened Full Court – The game is played on a full court half the size of a normal court.
  2. The Ball Does Not Get Taken Out of Bounds – When baskets are made, the other team simply grabs the ball and goes down to their end of the court!
  3. No Foul Shots or Time Outs To Stop the Game – Points are awarded for shooting and non-shooting fouls instead.
  4. 3 on 3 Creates More Space – Less players on the floor creates more room to make plays.

This unique model promotes quick decision making and aggressive offensive play.

 

 

Dates:

Begins Thursday, January 9, goes for 8 Weeks

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$195 per student

 

Schedule:

Three Points Campus Grades K-2               Thursdays, 3-4pm in the MPR

Three Points Campus Grades 3-6               Thursdays, 4-5pm in the MPR

Coding

Young Whiz uses established brand LEGO® bricks that are naturally engaging to students at an elementary school level. The idea of using LEGO® bricks in an active, fun, and hands on learning environment boosts motivation, inspires natural desire to learn, explore, and discover on their own. Students will learn subjects like science, math, engineering, and technology. Working with bricks, children will be able to bring abstract concepts to life that they can touch, describe and innovate upon. Along with boosting self-guided learning and creativity, our program will help to improve and overcome challenges, collaboration and, communication in a group and one on one setting.

After building the LEGO® creations, we then learn how to code them in each class. Children get to build, code and learn.

  • Build: By exploring LEGO® bricks using the coding software, inspiring STEM projects, children can experience and understand the building blocks of a real-world environment.
  • Code: We at Young Whiz can introduce simple drag and drop interfaces for children that are starting out or we can introduce and develop more complex algorithms to make it more challenging depending on the children’s needs and ambition.
  • Learn: Through coding and understanding real life STEM challenges and engaging in physical, and digital creation, LEGO® WeDo 2.0 encourages children to vastly develop computational skills for thinking which in turn can help solve real world programming solutions.

 

Dates:

Begins Monday, January 6 and runs for 8 weeks

No class January 20 or February 17

Ends the week of March 9

Cost:

$295 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades K-1                        Wednesdays, 3-4pm in the Avd Math Room

Mack Campus Grades 2-3                         Wednesdays, 4-5pm in the Avd Math Room

Mack Campus Grade 4-6                          Wednesdays, 5-6pm in the Avd Math Room

 

Three Points Campus Grades K-1     Mondays, 3-4pm in the Meeting Room

Three Points Campus Grades 2-3     Mondays, 4-5pm in the Meeting Room

Three Points Campus Grades 4-6     Mondays, 5-6pm in the Meeting Room

Drama Kids

Drama Rocks! Our program is designed for all ages and experience levels and include a variety of stimulating dramatic lessons perfectly suited for most elementary school children. Students receive individual instruction customized for their own particular requirements and abilities. Students will participate in a wide range of creative activities including speech, dramatic movement, improvisation, snippets and scene starters. In a fun-filled atmosphere, our classes aim to give young people ongoing confidence, self-esteem and skill in verbal communication.

 

Dates:

Begins Thursday, January 9, goes for 8 Weeks

No class January 31, February 14, or March 6

Ends the week of March 2 for 3pts and March 16 for Mack

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades K-2                            Fridays, 3-4pm in the Adv Math Room

Mack Campus Grades 3-6                             Fridays, 3-4pm in the MPR

 

Three Points Campus Grades K-2                Thursdays, 3-4pm in the Meeting Room

Three Points Campus Grades 3-6                Thursdays, 3-4pm in the Adv Math Room

Game Development

Code and design fun intriguing games with scratch! In this coding adventure, aspiring young innovators get hands on experience to create fun animated games and stories while learning key essential programming concepts with SCRATCH. This award-winning programming platform that was developed by MIT sets a solid foundation for computational thinking all while being creative individually and in collaborative groups. There is no previous coding experience or knowledge required. Add sounds, text, buttons, animations and more to help tell a story. Your child will have fun and start a journey into learning 21st century skills of coding and technology.

What Students will Learn:

  • Coding using Scratch
  • Use of conditionals and variables to make responsive games
  • Tell a story using different tools (loops, timers, animations, etc)
  • Become a designer – create, test, and improve games
  • Add sounds and custom art to make the perfect creation
  • Experiment and explore to build creativity and confidence

 

Dates:

Begins Monday, January 6 and runs for 8 weeks

No class January 20 or February 17

Ends the week of March 9

Cost:

$295 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 2-3               Wednesdays, 3-4pm in the Computer Lab

Mack Campus Grade 4-6                Wednesdays, 4-5pm in the Computer Lab

 

Three Points Campus Grades 2-3     Mondays, 3-4pm in the Computer Lab

Three Points Campus Grades 4-6     Mondays, 4-5pm in the Computer Lab

Jump Rope

We are Excited to have Kayley from Hot Dog USA come teach jump rope again! Grab your friends and come learn new jump rope skills and techniques! Single rope, double dutch, long rope and many others will be covered! Each student will also receive a jump rope to keep practicing away from class! We are excited to partner with Hot Dog USA Jump Rope for this exciting class experience!

 

Dates:

Begins Friday, January 17, goes for 8 Weeks

No class January 31, February 14, or March 6

Ends the week of March 20

 

Cost:

$195 per student

 

Schedule:

Three Points Campus Grades K-6               Fridays, 3-4pm in the Gym

Knitting

Knitting… it’s not just for your grandparents! Come learn!

  • What will be taught?
    • Knitting 101
    • How to cast on a project
    • The knit stitch
    • The purl stitch
  • What project will be worked on?
    • Everyone will start with making a washcloth
    • If you finish that, you can make another OR make a hat
  • Who is invited to join?
    • Anybody from K-12th AND parents can register as well if they want to learn.
  • What materials will be provided?
    • Appropriate needles
    • 2 skeins of yarn
    • A pattern for a simple hat

 

Dates:

Begins Tuesday, January 7, goes for 8 Weeks

No class February 11

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Three Points Campus Grades K-6                Tuesdays, 3-4pm in the library

Music Production

In this exciting hands on class, students will dive into the basics of music-making the fun way! Using state of the art music production equipment and a digital audio workstation on the computer, these young music producers learn the art of songwriting with their own private in-school digital recording studios – using real instruments & hundreds of software instruments available in just a few clicks!

 

Dates:

Begins Tuesday, January 7, goes for 8 Weeks

No class February 11

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 2-6                Tuesdays, 3-4:15pm in the Computer Lab

Three Points Campus Grades 2-6                Wednesdays, 3:00-4:15pm in the Computer Lab

Raucous Rhythm

Students are invited to bring their energy and enthusiasm and COME MAKE SOME NOISE! Class time will be spent learning drumming pieces, performing body rhythm, and experimenting with non-instrument percussion sounds. Students will even have a chance to create and share their own rhythm works. No prior musical knowledge is needed to be successful in this hands-on class. The class will conclude with a performance that friends and family are welcome to attend.

Dates:

Begins Tuesday, January 7, goes for 8 Weeks

No class February 11

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 2-6                Tuesdays, 3-4pm in the Music Room

Robotics

The LEGO® EV3 gives you the power to create and command your own robotic LEGO® creatures, vehicles, machines and inventions! By combining LEGO® elements with a programmable brick, motors and sensors, you can make your creations walk, talk, grab, think, shoot and do almost anything you can imagine! YoungWhiz has great enthusiastic teachers that absolutely love robotics! YoungWhiz will help become a robotic expert when it comes to the EV3! From creating the popular EV3RSTORM to the TRACKER, the possibilities are endless!

Benefits:

  • Developmental and educational advantages
  • Computational thinking
  • Digital literacy
  • Evolution of logical thinking
  • Training creativity
  • Learning on mistakes
  • Develop cognitive abilities
  • Real life (textual) coding

Tangible mechanisms (best if built by students themselves) makes coding much more real. It is much easier for students to grasp the code, when a robot executes it in a physical world, right next to them.

 

Dates:

Begins Monday, January 6 and runs for 8 weeks

No class January 20 or February 17

Ends the week of March 9

Cost:

$295 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 2-3               Mondays, 3-4pm in the Avd Math Room

Mack Campus Grade 4-6                Mondays, 4-5pm in the Avd Math Room

 

Three Points Campus Grades 2-3     Wednesdays, 3-4pm in the Meeting Room

Three Points Campus Grades 4-6     Wednesdays, 4-5pm in the Meeting Room

Social Intelligence Club

In eight weekly 1-hour sessions, students learn and practice:

  • personal presentation skills
  • style & grooming techniques
  • social and dining etiquette practices.

They’ll boost their self-confidence to succeed in any social situation, with special attention on upcoming holiday events with family, friends and colleagues.

  • Classes combine two concurrent age groups (e.g. 2nd & 3rd grade; 4th, 5th &6th grade) for age appropriate activities.
  • In the last session (family and friends invited), a graduation ceremony and party celebrate your student’s new social presence and sophistication.

 

Dates:

Begins Tuesday, January 7, goes for 8 Weeks

No class February 11

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 2-3                         Thursdays, 3-4pm in the Adv Math Room

Mack Campus Grades 4-6                         Thursdays, 4:15-5:15pm in the Adv Math Room

 

Three Points Campus Grades 2-3               Tuesdays, 3-4pm in the Meeting Room

Three Points Campus Grades 4-6               Tuesdays, 4:15-5:15pm in the Meeting Room

Beginning Ukulele

The ukulele is a great introduction instrument for students who want to have fun and play music right away. In fact, students will leave the first class being able to play a song. They will learn strumming patterns and chords (with a little music theory thrown in) and be able to accompany their singing. Ukuleles are provided for in class use. All skill levels are welcome! The class will conclude with a recital that friends and family are welcome to attend.

 

Dates:

Begins Monday, January 6, goes for 8 Weeks

No class January 20 or February 17

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 1-6                Tuesdays, 3-4pm in the Music Room

Intermediate Ukulele

Students who have already taken Beginning Ukulele are ready to advance their skills! Students in Intermediate Ukulele will learn about chord families and how to play in several different keys. They will also learn more complicated strumming patterns and more challenging songs. Students will focus on proper technique and become proficient at tuning a ukulele. The class will conclude with a recital that friends and family are welcome to attend.

 

Dates:

Begins Monday, January 6, goes for 8 Weeks

No class January 20 or February 17

Ends the week of March 2

 

Cost:

$245 per student

 

Schedule:

Mack Campus Grades 2-8                Mondays, 4:15-5:15pm in the Music Room

All clubs are subject to change or cancellation if the minimum number of students is not met or if the teacher/facilitator is not available. Thank you for your understanding.