Our programs focus on providing our children with the opportunity to explore new topics, subjects and ideas.
General Information: Enrichment classes offer an extended day to students currently enrolled in our Pre-K program. Children will be registered on a first-come, first-served basis. Enrollment is limited and registration is not complete until a deposit is received. Check Jovial for detailed a calendar and tuition rates.
Enrichment Class Descriptions:
Yoga: Children will learn beginning yoga movements while having fun. No previous experience necessary. Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothes.
Lunch & Literacy: Children bring lunch and eat it at GCNS for the 14-week session. They will engage in a variety of literacy experiences using books as springboards that provide opportunities for children to practice many literacy skills, special activities, and author studies. Some of the activities will include: developing vocabulary and sentence structure, phonological awareness, letter knowledge.
Spanish & Movement: This is a gross motor skills development program with an exposure to the Spanish language. The children will be moving and learning basic Spanish while having fun playing games and exercising. Children must wear sneakers; comfortable, athletic-type clothes are strongly recommended.
STEM (Explorations): Children’s inherent sense of inquiry provides the foundation for our “Explorations” class each week. We will start each day with a specific topic and question, introduce scientific vocabulary during engaging activities which provide many opportunities for the children to problem solve and investigate.
The Children’s Music Workshop: An introduction for children to learn where music comes from and how to listen for it when no one else is. We will also explore basic rhythms, musical theory, and have opportunity to be introduced to classical instruments and composers through play. This is a full year enrichment class.
Soccer Shots: Inspiring and engaging coaches from Soccer Shots focus on skill-building and character advancement through a developmentally-appropriate cu
rriculum in this fun soccer program. * Children must wear sneakers; comfortable, athletic-type clothing is strongly recommended.