Dear Parents/Guardians:Session III of the DMS afterschool programming will be for six Tuesdays: March 12 – April 16 from2:30-3:45pm unless otherwise noted in the program description. Students report to the gym hallway atthe end of the school day for a light snack and then proceed to their classes. The activities are beingmade possible by DMS staff, as well as community and parent volunteers. NO transportation isavailable and students
be picked up promptly at 3:45pm unless otherwise noted.
Registrations must be in by Friday February 22th. Spots are filled on a first come, first servebasis.
There is a sliding scale fee structure and the class fee must accompany the registration form. Dueto the low costs of this program we are asking that you
send in cash
and not checks if at all possible.Every attempt will be made to allow each student to participate in a class but space is limited.
For registration to be complete
Send in the Registration Form and Permission Slip that are attached.
Send in your sign up fee based on the sliding scale
in cash if possible.Volunteers Needed:
If you are interested in teaching a class, being an aide for a class, taking attendance and distributingsnack, buying snacks (the cost of which is reimbursed) or helping behind the scenes please email FranMeffen, After school program coordinator email@example.com call 516-7210.
Session III offerings:The Rogue Waves
: The Rogue Waves is a skateboarding group open to students who consider themselves
intermediate to expert skateboarders
. Group members will meet up to watch the newest,latest skate videos on the big screen, discuss upcoming local events, and travel to the Red Alert Indoor Skateboard Park in Dover for an extended class ending at 5 PM. All group members MUST have their own skateboard and safety equipment and must be picked up PROMPTLY at the skateboard park.Additional details will be discussed at the first meeting. Students in this program can ride the TeenCenter van that will drop them off at the Red Alert facility.
Grades 7/8 only (or permission from Mr. Johnson) 13 students total
:Do you want to learn to cook? Does cooking seem like its hard? If you want to learn, now is the time!In this class, you will learn some cooking basics and make some amazing food that is not hard to makeat all! We will make things like omelets, burgers, tacos and more!
Grades 5-8 14 students totalWriting Fantasy and Science Fiction
Break out your pens, paper, and imagination! In this five-week course, we will learn about the elementsof fiction, and specifically how they apply to fantasy and science fiction. We will invent and developinteresting characters, devise compelling plots, and learn how to design fantastical but believableworlds. By the end of the course, you’ll know how to turn your great ideas into stories!
Grades 5-8 12 students total