Academics

Seacrest Enrichment Activities

Seacrest Enrichment Activities (S.E.A.) are an exciting series of programs presenting after school opportunities in a variety of areas to students of all ages.

Activities, including sports, music, art, STEAM, and dance, are offered on campus Monday through Friday from 3:00-5:15 p.m. Classes are 1 hour, unless otherwise noted. Enrichment activities are taught by Seacrest faculty, as well as other experienced professionals from the community. Students are provided with engaging and meaningful experiences as they begin to explore their interests and develop their abilities.


Based on demand, certain activities will be repeated throughout the year, while others will be taught for a limited time. Classes require a minimum of 6 registrations to run, unless otherwise noted.

Contact Amyrose LoMele, After School & SEA Coordinator.

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2021-2022 Session Schedule 

Session 3

Classes begin Tuesday, January 18

Click Here to Register- Registration opens January 4

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Dance Discovery

A creative movement class. Children learn basic dance steps and terminology through songs, stories, and play. In addition, class builds self-confidence, expression, discipline and more!
Ages: 18 months-2.5
Instructor: Hit the Floor Dance Studio
* Class is 30 mins

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Acrobatics

Encourages coordination, spatial awareness, and fine and gross motor skills. Students will increase their strength and flexibility and learn a variety of tumbling and gymnastics skills. Elements learned will be depending on age and skill level: forward rolls, backward rolls, handstands, backbends, back walkovers, front walkovers, chest rolls, back handsprings, aerials etc.
Ages: 6-9
Instructor: Hit the Floor Dance Studio
* Class is 45 mins

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Intro to Coding with Scratch

Developed by computer scientists at MIT, Scratch is one of the most user friendly and powerful coding languages for elementary aged students. Using graphic, block-style coding allows students to overcome literacy, keyboarding, and syntax barriers easily, and focus on coding technique and knowledge. Scratch is loaded with fun characters, backgrounds, sounds, and much more so that kids can great games, animations, music, tutorials, and nearly anything else they can dream of. During this into to Scratch coding class, students will gain familiarity with the Scratch coding platform, and then dive in head first into making games and animations. Students will learn basic coding skills like loops, conditional statements, variables, and combine this with artistic elements to create their projects.

Grades: K-2

Instructor: FullSTEAM Ahead

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Pickleball

Thank you for choosing My Pickleball League! By enrolling your athlete(s), you are taking the first step in creating a lifelong sport for them.  At My Pickleball League, we try hard to make your experience the best that it can be, starting with the enrollment process.  

This Season (January 20th - March 10th) will consist of one and a half hour practices, once per week on Thursday's at Seacrest from 3:00pm to 4:30pm.  There will be no practices on February 17th and 24th, as the children will be on school vacation.  My Pickleball League athletes will receive a paddle, t-shirt and medal. (Paddle and t-shirt are for first time My Pickleball League athletes.)  

Grades: 1-5
Instructor: Addam Shand

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*Class is 1.5 hours

Broadway Bound

Musical Theater is a jazz-based class filled with Broadway style dancing and music. Classes incorporate the style of dance one would typically see on a Broadway stage. This form of dancing emphasizes learning performance skills such as connecting with the audience and facial expressions.
Ages: 6 and up
Instructor: Hit the Floor Dance Studio
* Class is 45 mins

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Tap/Ballet Combo Class

Introduces the basic steps of ballet and tap.

Ages: 3-5
Instructor: Hit the Floor Dance Studio
* Class is 45 mins

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Intro to Coding with Scratch

Developed by computer scientists at MIT, Scratch is one of the most user friendly and powerful coding languages for elementary aged students. Using graphic, block-style coding allows students to overcome literacy, keyboarding, and syntax barriers easily, and focus on coding technique and knowledge. Scratch is loaded with fun characters, backgrounds, sounds, and much more so that kids can great games, animations, music, tutorials, and nearly anything else they can dream of. During this into to Scratch coding class, students will gain familiarity with the Scratch coding platform, and then dive in head first into making games and animations. Students will learn basic coding skills like loops, conditional statements, variables, and combine this with artistic elements to create their projects.

Grades: 3-5
Instructor: FullSTEAM Ahead

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Dinner Club

Your child will work through the fundamentals of cooking while learning what it takes to make a delicious, well-balanced dinner for your family! Each chef will take a fully prepared meal home each week that serves four people! Aprons, hats, ingredients, and recipe cards included. Samples recipes include: chili & cornbread, spring rolls, handmade pasta, and many more!

Grade:2-8
Instructor: Chef Patrick; Quality Thyme Meals
* Class is 2 hour

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Hip Hop

Calling all boys and girls for this fun high-energy hip hop dance class that enables boys to be boys and girls to let loose. Dancers develop musicality, creativity, listening skills and coordination. This non-stop, action-packed class includes hip hop, basic break dancing, and dance games that will have your kid movin' to the beats!  All music and moves are age appropriate

Ages: 6 and up
Instructor: Hit the Floor Dance Studio
* Class is 45 mins

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Clay is Cool

Get ready to do some modeling with various types of clay and modeling materials. Learn to make a picture frame, ceramic hearts, silly animals, and more.

Grades: PK-2
Instructor: Kim Walbert

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Ethical Hacking

During our Ethical Hacking course, students will learn about key elements of coding including HTML, Scratch, and others. They will learn how "hacking" can be used for evil, but can also be used for good. In fact, many coders use forms of hacking to improve their own coding skill and learn about how other programs work. Students in our Ethical Hacking course will learn to modify any website using HTML coding (locally, of course!), and how to hack copied Scratch games to give themselves millions of points, make levels easier, and change the main character into a banana. Or, whatever they want!

Grades: 3-5
Instructor: FullSTEAM Ahead

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Lower School Theatre Club

As a member of the Lower School Theatre, students will have the opportunity to perform select scenes from Broadway musicals.  Lower school theatre will rehearse 3 hours weekly.  Two hours will be devoted to acting, singing and blocking scenes, and the third hour will be taught by professional choreographer, Tammy Bourgeois. Students will perform at a showcase for parents and friends at the end of the session.

Grade: 2-5

Instructors: Val Foley, Tammy Bourgeois, and Erica Jones

*Class is 1 hour

*Must attend both days

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Mini Movers- Jazz/Acro Combo

Students learn basic funky jazz moves along with acrobatics!

Ages: 3-5
Instructor: Hit the Floor Dance Studio
* Class is 3 mins

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Disney All-Star Music

Add a little magic to your Monday with a journey through the music of Disney! From classics to new releases, students will explore the history and immerse themselves in the performance of their favorite Disney songs. With a new theme each week, we will sing along with heroes, villains, and iconic character from the Disney universe!

Grade: PK-3
Instructor: Liz Drugan

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Cruising to Success

MF Therapy Group Enrichment Program is intended for children grades Pre K4 – second. Our after-school program makes learning FUN by exploring new areas to improve skills essential to academic success. Our exciting approach to fine motor (handwriting), gross motor, and executive functioning skills utilizing the NeuroNet program, arts and crafts and a variety of movement activities will keep your child motivated, all while specifically designed to increase confidence and success in their everyday life!

Mary Fellenz OTR/L and her staff will be running the program on Thursday’s from 3:15-4:15. Please contact Mary should you have any further questions at 239-641-2622.

Grades: PK-2
Instructor: Mary Fellenz

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Lower School Theatre Club

As a member of the Lower School Theatre, students will have the opportunity to perform select scenes from Broadway musicals.  Lower school theatre will rehearse 3 hours weekly.  Two hours will be devoted to acting, singing and blocking scenes, and the third hour will be taught by professional choreographer, Tammy Bourgeois. Students will perform at a showcase for parents and friends at the end of the session.

Grade: 2-5
Instructors: Val Foley, Tammy Bourgeois, and Erica Jones

*Class is 2 hours

*Must attend both days

Register Here

 

 

Ceramic Workshop

Explore the art of ceramics with slab, pinch pot, and hand-building clay techniques. Students will create ceramic textured pendants, ceramic wall hangings, mixed media pinch pots, and some free clay art too. 

Grades: 3-5
Instructor: Kim Walbert

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Session 4
Classes begin Monday, March 14

Offerings this session will include: dance, cooking, basketball, tennis, soccer, chorus, STEAM, art, music, and more!

*Please note, all class offerings subject to change.

Cost

Unless otherwise noted activities are offered for six weeks, on a once-a-week basis. The cost for each class is listed with the registration and ranges from $150 to $475.

Parents may charge their FACTS account, pay online, or submit a check made out to Seacrest School to Lynda Farrow in the front office prior to the first class.

Enrichment class fees range from $150-$475 per session. The fees for each class are indicated on the Enrichment Classes page. The requested fee will be charged to your FACTS, or directly through the vendor website prior to the class start. Please remember, payment is due prior to classes beginning and is non-refundable.

* Please note for certain classes, payment is made directly to the provider via their website.

* All class costs subject to change.

* If you child is enrolled in both a SEA and Aftercare, Aftercare will be 1/2 the price for that day.

Enrollment

All students must be enrolled in order to attend Enrichment. Drop-ins are not permitted. Enrollment is online only and operates on a first-come-first-served basis. Programs will close as they reach their maximum number of students, and may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment.

Children will be able to drop a course after the first class, but there is no guarantee that they will be able to add/join another class after doing so. This will depend on overall enrollment in the classes. Class changes will not be permitted after the second class. No exceptions will be made.

Location

SEA classes take place in a variety of locations around the Seacrest campus. Class locations are denoted on the registration form.

Students will gather together to eat their packed at-home snacks before being picked up by the instructors to begin class. All classes run between 3:00-5:00 pm. At the end of class, parents can meet the instructors at the White Gate, or children can go to Aftercare.

*Please make sure to pack an enrichment snack on days your child is participating in a S.E.A. activity.

Make Up Policy

Make-ups are at the discretion of the instructor. If for circumstances beyond our control (ie. inclement weather) additional classes are canceled we will make all efforts to make-up classes. Make-up classes may be on a different day or at a different time. Refunds will not be given if we are unable to reschedule these classes.