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After School Enrichment

The mission of Pittsford PTSA's After School Enrichment Program is to provide safe and supervised after-school educational, enriching and/or recreational programs for school-age children in grades K-5. Building PTSAs choose programs based on their individual demographics, interest level, and parent commitment. The building principal must approve all programs.

Please note: You may encounter issues with credit card denial when registering multiple children for programs with identical costs. To resolve it is best to try using a different card. Waiting a while might also work.

If a program is full when you try to register, use the waitlist form to be put on a waiting list for that program. 

Winter Registration is open from January 17th at 9am through January 20th at 8 pm

Yoga with Bufferfly Kids YOGA

Fee: $70 + processing fees

Classes: 7 on Tuesdays

Time: 3:05-4:00 pm

Dates: 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/28, 3/14, 3/21

Grade Level: K-5
Location: TRE Gym

Class Size: 4 min - 20 max

Instructor: Butterfly YOGA

Parent Coordinator: Victoria Lagoe

A fun, active and engaging yoga class after school! We’ll develop strength, flexibility, coordination, self-confidence and focus with yoga poses, fun activities, and group work. Balanced with breathing tips, mindfulness work and calm moments. No yoga experience required. Mats are provided; please bring a water bottle each week. To learn more about Butterfly Kids YOGA, please visit www.butterflykidsyoga.com.

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Art Club

Fee: $96.25 + processing fees

Classes: 7 on Thursdays

Time: 3:05-4:00 pm

Dates: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16

Grade Level: K-5
Location: Room 203

Class Size: 6 min - 20 max

Instructor: Julie Andrews

Parent Coordinator: Sasha Dass

Joanne has been a professional artist for over 30 years and teaching for over 20 years. Students will have a chance to explore various art mediums such as charcoal, pastels, watercolor, tempera paint, collage and others. They will learn some new techniques with each of these mediums. Students will be challenged to create visual solutions to creative problems, while just having fun!

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Chess Club

Fee: $25 + processing fees

Classes: 6 on Wednesdays

Time: 3:05-4:05 pm

Dates: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 3/1, 3/8)

Grade Level/Location: K-2, Room 203

Grade Level/Location: 3-5, Library

Class Size: 8/class min - 24/class max

Instructor: Certified Rochester Chess Center Instructor

Parent Coordinator: Anna Christine Brown

Kids of all ages and skill levels can benefit from chess.  In addition to having fun, kids practice analytical and problem-solving skills, learn discipline, concentration, and good sportsmanship.    The chess program will provide instructional materials, chess equipment, and qualified instructors.  All skill levels will be accommodated, and the class will be divided up according to age and/or ability.  The focus of class will be fun.

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Rainbow Club

Fee: Free

Classes: 6 on Mondays

Time: 3:05-4:00 pm

Dates: 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/6

Grade Level: K-5
Location: Room 203

Class Size: 4 min - 20 max

Parent Coordinator: Sadie Szrama

Rainbow Clubs are elementary versions of what are often known as GSAs. Rainbow Clubs support younger students and their diverse families. It is open to anyone – kids who identify as LGTBQ+, kids with families who are LGTBQ+, allies who support their friends and families. Each week we will read a diverse picture book, do a craft and have themed lessons/activities that promote inclusion.

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ATTENDANCE POLICY

  • Once your child is registered for an ASE program, you will receive an email from the program coordinator. You will be REQUIRED to respond to this email so that we can confirm your child’s registration for the program.

  • Your child’s enrollment in the ASE program will be communicated to the TRE administrative office by the PTSA.  The main office clerical staff will communicate this information to your child’s teacher.

  • Your child will be expected to attend the program days as scheduled.  No daily permission slip will be necessary to attend the ASE program.  A note or phone call to the Main Office will ONLY be required when your child is NOT planning to attend the ASE program on a specific day.  The Main Office staff will need to know the manner in which your child will be going home that afternoon. 

All Programs:  The District PTSA requires that at least TWO volunteers be present at every after school enrichment class (For Chess Club, each session should have 3 volunteers per age group because this is a larger program) to ensure the safety of the children.  Although paid instructors teach some ASE programs, they are organized and run entirely by parent volunteers.  Generally, for the ASE program to function a parent or guardian of all enrolled students will commit to volunteering at least once in the classroom.  The number of times you will be called on to volunteer will depend on class size and the number of classes in your session. Please reach out to the Victoria Lagoe or the parent coordinator if you are unable to volunteer.

 

Please indicate AT LEAST TWO or THREE DATES, that you or another adult on your behalf, can volunteer in the classroom when registering.   Schedules for volunteering will be emailed to parents at least 3 days prior to the start of the program.    Classes without two adult volunteers may be canceled.  Younger siblings are welcome when parents are volunteering. 

Please Note: 

  1. Credit card information will be taken at the time of registration. 

  2. Classes may be canceled if the minimum number of participants is not met.

  3. Online registration will close early when classes are full.

  4. For questions or to be placed on a waiting list please contact: Victoria Lagoe (victorialagoe@gmail.com)

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