Connecticut Campus After-School Options
Basketball will focus on fundamental skills such as ball handling, passing, shooting, and defense, rebounding, and pivoting. Teamwork will also be a focus and students will target communication, problem-solving skills, and peer support. High school students only.
On Tuesdays, students will visit our friendly neighbor Carousel Kids at St. Philip to engage in reading, art and games with preschool students.
Are you looking to exercise the right side of your brain? Crafts and puzzles are a fun and creative outlet. There will be a variety of puzzles to choose from in addition to an exciting craft every week. Students will have a choice to collaborate on a puzzle or craft.
Students are encouraged to get on the water at the Greenwich Water Club for one of the few activities where you can work all major muscle groups while benefiting from a great aerobic workout. Students will learn various skills such as proper form, breathing techniques, and teamwork. Transportation to Greenwich Water Club is the responsibility of our parent.
Dancing is a part of every culture throughout history, and it allows people to communicate without using words. Our goal in the dance club is to practice ways to stay fit, listen to some good music, and learn some ways to groove! We will start every class with stretching and a warm up, then move into line dances where we will choreograph our own dances, and then end with a cool down. Just dance!
DISC GOLF/FRISBEE GAMES
Disc Golf and Frisbee Games allow for a non-contact sport with focus on visual, spatial skills and fun.
Join your fellow students with a Coach from New Amsterdam Fencing Academy and learn or continue working on your fencing skills.
Students will learn various skills, which include but are not limited to proper throwing and catching techniques, running different routes, and learning various positions.
Where you’re just beginning or are developing your portfolio, come join Ms. Dowling for a relaxing afternoon of drawing. Feel free to work independently or seek guidance and support from WPS’s art instructor.
A new addition! Looking for enthusiastic gardeners to come grow with us from the ground up as we establish our new sustainable garden! Get fresh air and your hands dirty in our outside laboratory while learning about environmental awareness, climate, nutrition, and the life of plants.
If you play an instrument, bring it in and let’s jam! Students with previous experience playing an instrument will learn songs by collaborating with peers during Jam Sessions. Students will learn how to listen to other instruments as they play while keeping in mind their own contributions such as volume dynamics, staying in-tune, and maintaining rhythm and tempo.
Legos and more. Let your imagination run wild and share your creation as an individual or team.
MEDITATION IN NATURE
Using the natural world as our springboard for meditation, we will meditate in nature through silence, guided meditation, walking, drawing, and writing.
Learn how to improve your appreciation for set, plot, and character analysis with friends. Practice conversational skills, questioning and sharing of opinions.
The running club is focused on building endurance needed to run for a full 3.15 (5K), while also promoting positivity and collaboration.
Students are provided a supervised environment to help start homework assignments and navigate areas of difficulty. Teachers will clarify assignments while supervising a quiet and productive setting of WPS students.
Help develop and share our community’s many creative talents while practicing written and artistic abilities.
Work with Mr. Brinckerhoff on building strength and learning techniques in our weight room.