After School Programs
Immanuel offers a variety of After School Programs throughout the school year for enrichment in math, robotics, engineering, music, art/drawing, computer programing, sewing (fashion), and more.
After School Program Schedule 2016-2017
- Mondays- Young Rembrandts (Fall and Spring)
- Tuesdays- Chess (fall), Stage Stars (winter), Golf (spring)
- Wednesdays- Fashion Factory (fall), Mad Science (winter)
- Thursdays- Engineering (Fall, Winter x2, Spring), Babysitting (Spring)
- Math Pentathlon- dates, times and locations varies by groups
Please note- classes will NOT be held when school is not in session or on ½ days. If school is cancelled for weather or any other reason, every effort will be made to reschedule the class.
Make fashion, make friends, and have fun!
Fashionistas will spend six weeks creating super cool clothing pieces that they
can actually wear! Go from beginner to runway ready style in just six weeks.
Participants will celebrate their accomplishments with a fab fashion show for
family and friends at session's end.
Click here to learn more - The Fashion Factory
Students join and participate in new skits and theater games. The theater games help the students use their creativity to communicate and improvise. Every student will play at least one lead role per session. The students will learn theater terms, the parts of a skit, and goals of the characters. On the last day of the program, the skits will be performed, and each child will receive a participation award. Parents are invited to attend the performance on the last day!
Click here to learn more - Stage Stars
Mad Science brings a variety of unique after school programs to Immanuel. Through spectacular demonstrations, hands-on activities, and real world discussions, Mad Science makes learning about science fun for kids!
Their interactive, one-hour after school science programs are themed around particular areas of science and include such topics as rocketry, magnets, polymers, and even the science of toys.
In each class, children are encouraged to give science a try and build their very own model rockets, periscopes, Mad Science putty, and more. Children even get to take home their science experiment to show Mom and Dad!
Children will be amazed when they:
- Create an indoor storm with thunder and lightning
- Bend light to see all rainbow colors
- Alter their voices and learn that sound travels in invisible waves
- Make magic mud, soda pop, and learn how matter can change physically and chemically!
- And much more!
Mad Science after school programs offer children a chance to see just how cool science can be!
Mad Science after school programs…
- Are hands-on and focus on science and engineering practice
- Are aligned to STEM objectives
- Meet national, state, and provincial extracurricular activities standards
- Are led by trained, qualified, and dynamic instructors
- Follow professional lesson plans
- Use unique equipment and original materials
- Are loved by children, and are ideal for children in Kindergarten to Grade 6
Click here to learn more - Mad Science After School Programs
Immanuel partners with Young Rembrandts to provide after school art, drawing, painting, and cartooning classes.
Students learn to the power, the passion and the significance of art.
The Young Rembrandts' method focuses on teaching children to draw, using demonstration and a structured step-by-step process. Through the process of weekly instruction students are exposed to a wide variety of subject matter, artistic concepts, art history and mastery of their materials.
Young Rembrandts has a passion to dramatically increase the abilities and therefore the number of children that participate in the arts. Young Rembrandts' students receive a foundational art literacy that invites them to continue an appreciation of the arts throughout their lifetime.
A string group meets each week.
Immanuel Lutheran Cub Scouting – Pack 391
Immanuel is the proud supporter of the Cub Scout Program. There are several activities, either as an individual Den or the Pack as a whole , that the boys are involved with from the Pinewood Derby, Raingutter Regatta and many other opportunities for the boys to earn patches through Chief Pontiac Trail events. Other annual events are winter outings, hiking, photography, and much more. Of course, our annual Popcorn Sale takes place to support our events. All functions are centered in a Christian atmosphere.
We also welcome boys from surrounding schools where there may not be enough boys for a scouting program at their school, as well as home-schooled boys. Most of the events welcome the entire family participation and involvement.
Cub Scouting Program
- 1st grade – Tiger Cub
- 2nd grade – Wolves
- 3rd grade – Bears
- 4th grade – Webelos 1
- 5th grade – Webelos II
- Boy Scouting then follows the Cub program.
Cub Scouts is a volunteer program and there are many opportunities to parents to become involved with their child.
- Den Meetings are held on the 1st and 2nd Tuesdays of the month from 6:30 – 7:30p.m.
- Pack Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
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Mathematics Pentathlon is a K-7 grade program of engaging and interactive problem-solving games with supportive curricular and instructional activities and assessment tools that motivate ALL students to enjoy math and spend more time learning math. This program strengthens basic math concepts and skills, and stimulates creative thinking while developing problem-solving skills.
Click here for more information - Math Pentathlon Parent Brochure
Engineering for Kids
Engineering For Kids brings science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), to kids in kindergarten - 8th grade in a fun and challenging way.
Engineering for Kids inspires children to build on their natural curiosity by teaching engineering concepts through hands-on learning. Engineering is, after all, one of the fastest growing industries in the world!
Click here for more information - Engineering for Kids
Learning and playing chess provides a host of benefits including improved memory, problem-solving skills, an enhanced ability to think ahead, and potential performance improvement in math and science. Students improve at chess, gain valuable life skills and, most importantly, have fun.
After school chess classes are taught by certified coaches who tailor the curriculum to meet the needs and experience level of each group of students.
After school chess programs are taught in 1 hour sessions at your child’s school site, allowing them to spend time with friends after school in a familiar environment.
TGA Junior Golf
Each spring, students get a chance to learn about golf or expand their knowledge and abilities through the TGA Junior Golf program.
TGA Junior Golf instructors teach the kids how to play, rules of the game, and proper golf etiquette.
Click here to learn more - TGA Junior Golf Programs
Safesitter Babysitting Course
This is a workshop for boys and girls age 10 and older to learn to be safe babysitters. A health educator covers first aid and safety, infant and child CPR (with manikin practice), choking, behavior management, illness, appropriate activities for different ages, the “business” of babysitting, crime safety, fire safety and more.
The Girl Scouting program is available to all girls from Kindergarten and up. Scouting is a wonderful way for the girls to grow individually and as part of a group! Girl Scouting stresses leadership, decision making, and goal-oriented activities. Meetings are at Immanuel School and are held bi-weekly or monthly, depending on the age of the girls and leader preference. Activities at meetings can include badge work and crafts, service projects, field trips, neighborhood dances (which includes all local school troops) and, of course, camping and overnighters!
Our Immanuel Girls Scouts promote Christian values, service to others, and good citizenship. All of our leaders are members of Immanuel school or church. Please call us if you are interested in joining scouting, a leadership position, or would like to visit a meeting! Girls can also be involved with Girl Scouting without having to be part of a formal troop in a program called Juliettes!