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After-School Enrichment

Fall 2018 Enrichment Activities

NOTE: Fall 2018 enrichment dates and times will be posted soon. Below is the list of activities that are currently slated to be on the schedule; we will have more information about the details for each activity in the coming weeks. Thanks! 


Central Show Choir

3rd - 5th graders

Max 20 students

Fall dates will be announced soon! 


Lights! Camera! Action! 


Performing for an audience is such a skill builder, for kids of all ages. Lisa Bock coordinates the Central Singers, a singing/dancing performance class.  Kids learn vocals and simple choreography to put together a few performances at the end of the session!  If your child has an ear for singing, wants to develop group singing skills & harmonizing, enjoys learning dance steps, enjoyed prior singing/choreography experience with school plays or drama…this is perfect for them!  Working as a group, the choir team will build routines and vocals, with opportunity for solos for those who want to give it a try. They'll build a fantastic foundation for making presentations and public speaking, as well as skills in collaboration on a team and problem-solving.



Music Mentors
4th-5th grades (Must already be in the Central music program)
Tuesdays 3:45-4:30 starting 1/16
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If your child is a 4th or 5th grader who participates in the Music program at Central, they are welcome to join Music Mentoring.  Music Mentoring is a series of small group lessons provided by volunteers from the Carlmont High School Music program.  Music Mentoring is provided on Tuesday afternoons from 3:45-4:30.  The students meet in the Multi-Use Room and should bring their instruments and music books. You can contact Music Mentor Program Director Alan Sarver at asarver@earthlink.net

Science and Technology

Camp Edmo Coding and Game Design

Location: Central Computer Lab

Fall dates will be announced soon!


Create customized arcade games, trivia challenges, web apps, and more; all while learning the basics of coding! This is a self-paced, year-long program that allows students to jump into one of three coding environments, based on their experience level. Students will develop and code their own gaming programs and have fun learning with the team! 

Public Speaking and Debate

Gurus Education


Grades 3-5

Advanced Public Speaking and Debate

Fall dates will be announced soon!


Confident public speakers articulate themselves clearly, making them happy. This course helps students structure their thoughts and express them confidently making them strong, confident and happy! In the debate section the students not only voice their opinions but also listen to the other side. The students become better listeners and learn note-taking strategies making them more effective communicators. With topics of their interests and our encouraging them to use props, stories, jokes, quotes and other visual aids, we maker learning easy and exciting! Classes held in the library.


Mugglebee's Theatre


Mugglebee Theatre is thrilled to offer Improv and Drama taught by the amazing George Metropulos, now available at Central Elementary School! Actors will have fun playing various Improv games and Drama exercises to develop acting and public speaking skills and gain confidence in a fun and collaborative environment. Each Session will begin with a half hour lunch supervision, followed by a 90-minute Drama class. Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity for your child's enrichment!


Payments will be received at the end of the first day of class. Or can be made via PayPal at mugglebeemtc@gmail.com

Instructor: George Metropulos

Who: Grades 1-5

When: Wednesdays  

Fall session dates will be announced soon! 

Lunch supervision     12:30-1pm

                Drama     1-2:30pm

Chess Club

Central Chess Club


Want to spark your child's creativity, increase problem-solving skills and promote brain growth? Then join the Central Chess Club that is now being offered under NEW instruction taught by Faik Aleskerov, International Chess Master. Playing chess fosters benefits that include problem-solving and strategy. Lesser known appeals are life-long skills transferable to daily life, such as logic and a unique creative process in each player.


Advantage Chess
Grades 1-5 Beginner and Advanced Classes offered

Classes held in the Central Library

Fall dates will be announced soon!