Ballet with Miss Sara
Dancers leap and twirl through the basics of ballet as they are introduced to the concepts of grace, line, posture, stretch and creative improvisation. Basic elements of ballet warm-ups and traveling steps are taught in a developmentally and appropriate way.
Basketball with YES
New class taught by YES, Inc. Introduces boys and girls to basketball's fundamental skills in a fun atmosphere.
Chai Israeli Dance
Highly qualified and talented staff help promote skills and development, friendship, mutual respect and Jewish culture.
Fun with iPads
It's time to have fun with iPads. Children will have the opportunity to explore new and imaginative apps reinforcing learning and expressing creativity.
Introduces boys and girls to the wonder of sports participation in a fun, enthusiastic, creative and safe atmosphere.
Happy Feet Soccer
Open to everyone; all skill levels welcome. All athletes receive a uniform and a trophy.
New class taught by Sensei Tom Ford. Ryukyu Kempo Karate improves your child's self-control, self-confidence and self-defense.
Children measure, mix, pour and stir delectables while developing skills such as math, language and science.
This class will fuel the imagination of the children by providing fun and exciting hands-on experiments.
(with Miss Wendy & Charlie) Children will join Miss Wendy, Charlie and Schnitzel each week on an interactive adventure as they experience their Jewish heritage.
T-Ball with YES
New class taught by YES, Inc. Introduces boys and girls to the fundamental skills of the sport in a fun atmosphere.
Tennis – Game, Set & Match
Classes and private lessons available Monday - Friday.
Call (561) 852-3211 for schedule.
Yoga with Ladybug Yoga
Children develop strength, body awareness, balance, concentration, coordination, self-confidence, flexibility and better focus.
Collage, painting, drawing and sculpture enrich understanding of color, form shape and texture while developing concentration, hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.
Jordyn Gechter, Registrar
(561) 852-3262 firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Guide Winter/Spring 2015 >