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Second Round ES ASA - Spring 2019

We will be opening a second round of registration for ES After-School-Activities. This round will open on Sunday, February 10 at 8am and will end on Monday, February 11 at 8am. We are opening registration for only 24 hours to give students a chance to register for activities that still have space available. Please keep in mind that students may only register for a total of 3 activities for this semester. Please refer to the table below for available activities.  

ASA Second Round Registration Timeline:

Please Note:

  • If your child is unable to attend his/ her after school activity, please notify Abeer Dajani, before 2:00 pm, at adajani@acsamman.edu.jo or by cell phone at #079-943-3855.
  • If your child usually rides the bus, but will not be riding due to alternate arrangements, please notify adajani@acsamman.edu.jo before 2:00 PM. This is an imperative step as we want to ensure that all students arrive home in a timely fashion and that the buses are not waiting for your child.

Looking forward to a lot of laughter, joy and learning after school.

Donna Palmer-Dodds
​Assistant Principal - Elementary
ddodds@acsamman.edu.jo

Monday Activities
Activity Description Grades Location
Swimming

Students will learn how to swim.  Students will be placed in an appropriate leveled group for learning how to swim.  Prerequisites: students must be comfortable in the water, learning strokes, side breathing, doing the backstroke and learning  to breaststroke.

*Students will be picked up after school by High School students and walked to the pool. After lessons, bus students will be walked to the bus. For those parents who regularly pick up their children, pick up will be at 3:50 pm at the pool.  

3 - 5 Pool
LittleBits Tomorrow’s leaders are today’s kids. LittleBits empowers students to learn through play using creativity and invention. Littlebits is a system of electronic building blocks that snap together to turn ideas into inventions.  If your passion is building, creating and inventing, this ASA is for you. 4 - 5 Room 316

 

Tuesday Activities
Activity Description Grades Location
Crafts Let’s relax and have some fun making simple, but exciting crafts. We will be making paper masks, hand puppets, paper plate fish, holiday cards, paper pouches for storage and more. If you want to do lots of cutting, coloring, gluing and socializing, then his activity is for you. 2 - 3 Room 103B
Gardening and Composting Students will learn how to grow and care for plants. We will be working in both the greenhouse and ES garden spaces. It’s a great way to green up the school and to learn about the important role that  plants play in our environment as well as learning about where our food comes from! This semester students will also develop and put into practice, a composting plan for the entire school. 3 - 5 Room 309
Co-ed Soccer Students will improve ball control, develop technical speed, strengthen passing skills, learn the importance of first touch, improve on dribbling, shooting and juggling as well as participate in fun- filled scrimmages. If you want to improve your soccer skills as well as your fitness stamina, they this activity is for you! 3 - 5 Playing Field

Bracelets and Beading

Have you always wanted to create that special friendship bracelet? With bracelets and beading you will learn to design and create a variety of interesting and unique bracelets using thread, string and of course, beads. 4 - 5 Room 102
Wednesday Activities
Activity Description Grades Location
Changemakers Club When students learn to be empathetic, they develop the skills to see different points of view (a key part of becoming a critical thinker!). Through the Changemakers Club, students will consider multiple perspectives and learn that we are stronger together. When kids have a clear sense of their values, they are able to envision and create a better world. The Changemakers Club will allow students to experience knowledge in action and will learn that their voices matter. During the course of the club sessions, students will explore their core values, passions and interests and tap into opportunities to make positive change in their world! 3 - 5 Room 309
Thursday Activities
Activity Description Grades Location
Board Games Have fun learning, interacting and playing fun board games to strengthen your mental and cooperative skills. Games such as: Jenga, Monopoly, Taboo, Battleship, Scrabble Junior, Uno, Candyland, and Headbands. 2 - 5 EYP Room
Swimming

Students will learn how to swim.  Students will be placed in an appropriate leveled group for learning how to swim.  Prerequisites: students must be comfortable in the water, learning strokes, side breathing, doing the backstroke and learning  to breaststroke.

*Students will be picked up after school by High School students and walked to the pool. After lessons, bus students will be walked to the bus. For those parents who regularly pick up their children, pick up will be at 3:50 pm at the pool.

3 - 5 Pool