21st Century Community Learning Center
Session C for Curious Cubs will begin after Winter Break! Enrollment confirmations were sent home on Tuesday, 12/12.
There is still room available in the following classes:
Mondays: 1/8, 1/22, 1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 3/26, and 4/2
**NO CLASS on 1/15 (MLK Day), 2/19 (President’s Day) and 3/19 (Spring Break)
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Class 034: Cub Fitness with Mr. Truske & Miss Lococo
Grades 4-5 (25 students)
Train your body. Train your mind. For girls AND boys interested in fitness. Be prepared to work hard. Wear comfortable clothing and gym shoes.
Tuesdays: 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, and 2/13
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm (This session only runs for 6 weeks and will end on 2/13.)
Class 036: Breakout with Mrs. Norris
Grades 2-3 (10 students)
A series of challenging puzzles where teamwork and critical thinking skills are used to solve challenging puzzles in order to open locked boxes.
Thursdays: 1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/22, 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/29, and 4/5
**NO CLASS on 2/15 (President’s Day weekend) or 3/22 (Spring Break)
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Class 051: Art of Papermaking with Mrs. Wilson
Grades 2-3 (12 students)
Explore the art of paper making! Students will learn the creative process to making his/her own paper while having fun. Was offered in Session B – Students who have already been enrolled in this course should not select it again as priority will be given to students who have not had the opportunity to take this class.
Class 052: Textile Techniques with Mrs. Murdock
Grades 3-5 (20 students)
Come explore a variety of art processes and techniques including screen printing, tie-dying, block printing, and batik. This club will be all about designing fabrics and wearable art!
Class 053: Math Problem Solving with Ms. Azin Sanjari (graduate student at Ohio State University)
Grade 5 (12 students)
This class will focus on a mathematical problem each week about which students discuss their ideas, what the answer might look like, and test their ideas in a computer based simulation environment. They will explore how mathematical quantities are related.
Class 055: Girls Without Limits! with Mrs. Feldheim (parent volunteer)
Grades 4-5 (12 students)
Girls Without Limits! Building strong, confident, and competent girls. Come be empowered through games, team challenges, exercise, and self-reflection to be the best version of YOU! Because, you are enough. We will develop skills and competencies throughout 12 weeks to take on societal, social, and self-image challenges!
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Class 054: Beyond the Broadcast with Mrs. Brownfield & Mrs. Jordan
Grade 4-5 (20 students)
Research, write and tell stories about what is happening around Brown Elementary! In this class, we will work to print and video media to share OUR story at Brown Elementary!
Please e-mail Jodie Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-921-5432 to register your child.
Brown Curious Cubs 21st Century Learning Center
Brown Elementary has taken the quality education that is offered at the building each day and will be extending the school day with a 21st Century Learning Center grant. With this partnership, the two have combined to meet the specific needs of the students.
Moving beyond the traditional school day, the staff at Brown Elementary will be able to reach more students with specific needs before and after school. Our 21st CLC programming is in the process of identifying a targeted group of students to arrive before school from 7:30 to 8:50 am. The teaching staff of Brown Elementary will meet with these select students to offer interventions that focus on their particular academic needs. This hour and fifteen minutes before school starts offers a chance to work on their academic skills without being pulled out from their classroom during the school day.
Combining the programming of after school with the 21st CCLC, the students will have a choice in their extracurricular activities. The personalized classes will offer a chance for students to expand their creativity. Each class will focus on different learning objectives that are incorporated into classes that range from Lego club, creativity courses, clay design, community service, TED talks, computer coding, and sports activities. All 560 students enrolled will be able to choose from a list of classes that will give them the chance to find out what activities they like and try something they may never have tried before. If there is a particular academic or social emotional need, we are able to tailor our after school sessions to fit the ideas of a student. You will be getting more information regarding this amazing opportunity for your child(ren) soon.