After School Enrichment Classes Spring 2018
April 2nd - June 6
Monday: 9 Classes (No school Memorial Day, May 28)
Soccer – Learn soccer skills in a fun environment. Play group games and scrimmage while learning teamwork, defense, communication and sportsmanship.
$140.00 Meets on Redhill blacktop.
Musical Minds - Kids learn to play their favorite tunes on electric pianos. New songs each session!
$188.00 Held in Redhill Library.
ENC - Learn about key environmental concepts- from the importance of water quality, biodiversity to California’s native habitats. Engage with live animals in every class and hands-on learning activities.
$65.00 Meets at Redhill Lunch Tables.
Tuesday: 10 CLASSES
Handball - Learn handball and develop motor skills, strength, coordination, and confidence.
$140.00 Meets on Redhill blacktop.
Chess Club - Chess improves critical thinking and problem solving skills. Designed for all skill levels.
$120.00 Meets at Redhill Lunch Tables.
Palette Station - 3D Character Clay Modeling; coil, pinch, form, attach, & color blend special air dry models of animals. $150.00 (siblings $120.00). Meets at Redhill lunch tables.
Magic - Learn magic tricks and craft magic gear to take home while developing motor skills, teamwork and enhance performance/public speaking skills.
$110.00 Meets in Redhill Library.
Wednesday: 10 CLASSES for Fashion Camp, 9 CLASSES for Tennis
Tennis - Learn the game of tennis in a fun environment. Skills and Strategies covered by instructor. $140.00 Held on Redhill blacktop (Will start April 11th- no instructor available April 4)
Fashion Camp - Creative learning program centered around fashion design and sewing.
$180.00 Meets in Redhill Library.
Thursday: 9 CLASSES
Engineering with Legos - Work with legos and learn a variety of math and engineering topics. Develop organizational, fine motor skills, teamwork and life strategies.
$108.00 Meets in Redhill Library.
Friday: 9 CLASSES **FRIDAY, MAY 11 IS A MINIMUM DAY; CLASSES WILL BEGIN AT 1:20**
Basketball - Practice basketball in a fun, exciting environment through drills, competition, scrimmages and reinforce positive attitudes about effort, respect, teamwork, and self-control. $120 Meets on Redhill blacktop.
Spanish - Instills a love for Spanish and emphasizes importance of understanding Hispanic culture while developing proficiency. $164.00 (siblings $152.00) Meets in Redhill Library.
Jewelry – Release your child’s imaginative side with polymer clay and mixed media jewelry making.
$129 (sibling $119) Meets at Redhill Lunch Tables.
TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES go HERE and CLICK
on Individual Class Flyers for class description & registration
Questions please contact Diana Hoyt ASE Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your Father-Daughter Dance tickets HERE
To order your Memory Book go HERE
Check out our awesome new water stations on campus! We replaced the water fountain at the blacktop with a new water station featuring two water fountains and one water bottle filing station. We also installed a new wall unit on the 400 building next to Mrs. Harrison's classroom. This station has cold, filtered water with two drinking fountains and one spot for water bottle filling. A BIG thank you to our PTA for helping see this installation through. We could not have done this without the generosity of Red Hill parents - the monies for these water stations were raised at our Adult Fundraiser last March 2017. GO ROCKETS!!!
Save Your Box Tops and Support RH!
The Box Tops for Education (BTFE) program helps Red Hill Elementary earn 10 cents for every Box Top you clip, and those dimes add up fast- each school can earn up to $20,000 per year!!
Use THIS collection sheet or even a Ziploc bag and turn the Box Tops in to the Red Hill front office or to your child's teacher. Include your child's name and teacher's name, and your student will be receiving a "Caught in the Act" for every 10 Box Tops turned in.
Thank you for supporting Red Hill Elementary!!
Don't Forget to Record Your Volunteer Hours!
Each year, the Red Hill PTA is required to report the number of volunteer hours that are completed by our school community
Volunteer hours are collected and reported to maintain the PTA's federal tax exemption status. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the PTA must receive one-third of its support from the general public. The recorded hours from volunteers are proof of this.
You can periodically record your volunteer hours online HERE!
If unable to use the online form, please stop by the front office and record the hours you have volunteered for Red Hill students, staff, and community! There is a clipboard labeled "Volunteer Hours" near the sign-in sheet on the counter in the front office.
Thank you for your support!
Questions? Contact Red Hill's Historian, Christy Bianchi at email@example.com.