After-School Programs at ACDS
Our campus hosts several programs from various partner organizations in the Roaring Fork Valley community. All activities are open to ACDS students as well as those from other schools. Register for programs directly with the organizations listed below. For further questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
TinyTykes Soccer: Wednesdays
TinyTykes has a fun new coach this year, right from England. Matthew Carnelley has worked as an elementary school PE teacher and is ready to show kids how much fun soccer can be.
Girls on the Run: Tuesdays & Thursdays
We are thrilled to announce the return of ACDS's Girls on the Run, a program that has been super-popular over the past few years. It's open to girls in Third through Eighth Grade and meets every Tuesday AND Thursday from 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm starting September 12. It's almost too late to sign up, but if you hurry, you can still participate.
Pottery Painting Workshop: Mondays
Handprints, drawings and stencils will help create memorable keepsakes and make great holiday gifts! Alicia Dewey leads children in a fun after-school art activity. Paints are lead-free and pottery is safe for use. Water based paints are completely washable from skin and clothes. All pottery will be fired and returned to students prior to Thanksgiving holiday break.
Day: 6 Mondays, October 9-November 13
Time: 3:14-4 pm
Location: Lower School Science Lab
Cost: $180, includes all materials-pottery/paints, etc
To sign up: email email@example.com
Beginning Strings: Mondays
The popular Aspen Music Festival & School program, Beginning Strings, returns to ACDS after school Mondays this fall. It's open to students in grades 1-5 who wish to study a string instrument (violin, viola, or cello) through a curriculum that starts with group lessons, master classes, ensemble playing, and performance opportunities. The program also includes a series of private lessons for each Beginning Strings student. There is a required Parent Meeting: Monday, October 9 at 4:45 pm.
For more information or to register, click here.
Stand Up Comedy: Tuesdays
Learn the elusive art of public speaking while breaking any tension with laughter. Participants learn how to deliver a five-minute set of comedic material (jokes and/or storytelling) to a crowd of family and friends. Get ready to tickle some ribs. Program culminates with a comedy show for parents and friends!
For: Fifth-Eighth Grade