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2023-2024 Pricing

Contacts

Middle & Upper School Dining
Cafeteria: Leak Munir
Billing: MyKidsSpending

Lower School Dining
Cafeteria: Bethann DiGiovanni
Ordering & Billing: Yay Lunch

Extended Day & After-School Clubs
Sabrina Johnson

Music Programs
Galen Guindon

Transportation
Mark Dodds

General Billing
FCS Business Office

 

After-School Clubs (LS)

Friends’ Central Lower School is pleased to share our After-School Club offerings for the winter! After-School Clubs provide the opportunity to learn a new skill or nurture a budding passion. Clubs take place once a week from 3:05-4:05 pm and will run from Monday, January 22, 2024 through Friday, March 22, 2024

**Yoga Club will start on Monday, January 29, 2024 and will run through March 22, 2024**

**Please note, Monday, January 22 is an In-service Day for FCS Faculty. Therefore, Indoor Olympic Club Team A will have a makeup day on Wednesday, January 24.

To secure enrollment in a club, you must pay when you register otherwise your registration will be null and void. Spaces fill up quickly, so please pay at the time of registration in order to ensure confirmation for your child(ren). Registration is now open and will close on Saturday, January 20, at 11:30 pm. There will be no extensions for club registration and no refunds on club fees. Each club is $150, except for Cooking Club which is $160, and Yoga Club which is $140

If students are not enrolled in Extended Day on the day of their club, they should be picked up promptly by 4:15 pm. Please note that students in mixed grade levels will be participating in clubs together. If a club makeup day is necessary for any reason, the Director of Extended day will reach out to registered club families with pertinent information.

If you have any questions, please email Director of Extended Day Sabrina Johnson at ExtendedDay@friendscentral.org.

Registration for winter clubs is now open  and will close on Saturday, January 20 at 11:30 pm. 

MONDAY CLUBS

Please note: Monday, January 22 is an In-service Day for FCS Faculty. Therefore, Indoor Olympic Club Team A will have a makeup day on Wednesday, January 24.

Indoor Olympics Club Team A with Teacher Julia Eaton (Make-up day Wednesday, January 24) 
Let’s play! Students will participate in high-energy activities as they practice good sportsmanship, teamwork, and healthy movement. Each week, gameplay will be oriented to a different sport or sport-related movement. Weekly featured activities may include soccer, floor hockey, relay races, tag, kickball, or dodgeball. This club involves physical activity, so students should come prepared with appropriate clothes and shoes for safe play and exercise. In the final week of clubs, Indoor Olympics Team A and Team B will have a scrimmage of three games for all Extended Day students to watch and cheer on. Please note that students may only sign up for one Indoor Olympic Club this winter semester. 
Grades 3-4 • Min. 8/Max. 12 students

Yoga Club will start on Monday, January 29, 2024 and will run through March 22, 2024

Yoga & Meditation Club with Teacher Kiana Muhly (Starts Monday, January 29)
Come unwind after a long school day with yoga, meditation, games, and fun! This club is more than physical postures, it’s an invitation to a journey of self-exploration. We will explore the magical world of yoga, mindfulness, and meditation, empowering you to navigate our world with grace, clarity, and inner peace. Yoga mats will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. 
Grades 2-4 • Min. 8/Max. 10 students

TUESDAY CLUBS

Art Club with Ms. Claudia Parra 
"The Wonders Of Paper!"Come explore the many possibilities this versatile medium has to offer. From collaging to sculpting and paper making to designing your own paper, we will be busy creating 2D and 3D pieces using various types of paper in a hands-on and fun class.
Grades K-1 • Min. 6/Max. 8 students 

Origami Club with Teacher Catherine Dawson
Come and explore the fun of folding (and unfolding) paper to make some really cool things! Origami allows us to make just about anything! This spring, we will be focusing on flowers, many different items of your own interests, and games to play with origami-made items. 
Grades 2-4 • Min. 8/Max. 12 students 

Cooking Club with Teacher Robbie Goldwein 
Cooking Club will introduce students to some amazing new foods, focused on fruits, vegetables, and grains. We will learn some amazing kitchen skills that many adults don’t even know. Students will learn about the following kitchen/knife safety, recipe reading, nutrition, teamwork, and much more. 
*Please note this will be an allergy-friendly cooking class*
Grades 4-5 • Min. 8/Max. 10 students 

Chess Club with Teacher Steve Rolfe and Assistant Teacher Parker Lawrence 
In Chess Club, students will have an opportunity to sharpen their skills and knowledge of this great game while engaging in some friendly chess matches with each other. We will review basic rules and objectives, names and positions of chess pieces, as well as some tips and tricks to improve their game over time. All levels are welcome to join the club.
Grades 3-5 • Min. 8/Max. 12 students

WEDNESDAY CLUBS

Lego Club with Teacher Zoey Myers-Bochner
Lego Club is an opportunity to grow as an engineer! Students will practice following blueprints, solving problems, and exploring basic physics. They will have different challenges to conquer each week, along with opportunities to get creative with their own ideas. Above all, students will have fun! 
Grades K-1 • Min. 8/Max. 10 students 

Drawing Club with Teacher Jenn Dehuff 
Are you always doodling and drawing? Do you want to improve your drawing skills and make original art? Join Drawing Club where all levels of ability are welcome and encouraged! We will draw animals, plants, people, whimsical creatures, buildings, you name it. We will also learn how to turn a mess-up into a "beautiful oops." Sketchbooks and pencils will be provided to students. 
Grades 3-5 • Min. 8/Max. 10 students
 

Moving and Grooving Club with Teacher Trisha Phan and Teacher Sevilla Kent 
Creative movement introduces the student to the joys of combining imagination and movement with music. Whether you have taken dance before or this is your first time exploring movement, this class is a wonderful and fun way to express creativity and practice technique. We will start with a weekly warm-up and take part in unique movement games and exercises. Students will gain self-confidence in moving their body and expand their understanding of different dance styles. All levels are welcome.
Grades 3-5 • Min. 8/Max. 14 students

THURSDAY CLUBS

The Board Game Club with Teacher Jasmine Kinsey
Students will have the opportunity to play a wide range of favorite board games, card games, and new games. Students will learn the fundamentals of teamwork and good sportsmanship. This club is great for students who are seasoned board gamers and students who want to learn how to play a variety of different games. Come and be a part of the fun and test your skills in Board Game Club! 
Grades 3-4 • Min. 8/Max. 12 students

Dance/Cheer Club with Teacher Shamir Shaw
In Dance/Cheer Club, students will learn a variety of different dances, including African dances, hip-hop, ballet, and much more. Students will also learn cheer chants and competition-style choreography. Students will have a chance to put on a brief performance for parents and extended-day students at the end of the club session. 
Grades K-2 • Min. 8/Max. 10 students

FRIDAY CLUB

Indoor Olympics Club Team B with Teacher Rudy Norman 

Let’s play! Students will participate in high-energy activities as they practice good sportsmanship, teamwork, and healthy movement. Each week, gameplay will be oriented to a different sport or sport-related movement. Weekly featured activities may include soccer, floor hockey, relay races, tag, kickball, or dodgeball. This club involves physical activity, so students should come prepared with appropriate clothes and shoes for safe play and exercise. In the final week of clubs, Indoor Olympics Team A and Team B will have a scrimmage of three games for all Extended Day students to watch and cheer on. Please note that students may only sign up for one Indoor Olympic Club this winter semester. 
Grades 3-4 • Min. 8/Max. 12 students

Sabrina Johnson

Lower School Extended Day Program Director
Sabrina began her career at Friends’ Central in 2020 as our Social Justice Coordinator before becoming a first-grade assistant teacher in 2021. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University and has worked as a former Before and After Care School Program Manager in the Radnor Township School District. Sabrina is a shining light in the FCS community and we are fortunate to have her at the helm of our Extended Day program and After-School Clubs.