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1 After School PROGRAMS Fall Spring AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM IOLANI SCHOOL 1

2 Special Programs Office HOURS August 3, 2015 August 21, :30 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday Friday Except school holidays August 24, 2015 May 27, :30 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday Friday Except school holidays Contact OFFICE IOLANI SECURITY 24 Hours: DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS Erik Yamamoto (808) Table of Contents General Registration Information...3 After School Care...4 Technology and Design...12 Foreign Language and Culture...15 SAT I Prep...18 Performing Arts Ballet...19 Jazz...22 Dance Tech...25 Musical Theater...27 Hula...29 Gymnastics...31 Art...34 Sports Amazing Athletes...35 Circus Olina...36 Judo...37 Learn To Swim...39 Tennis...45 Soccer...47 Yoga...48 Adult Classes...49 School Holidays and Events...50 Iolani School Map...50 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS Natalie Hansen (808) Visit our website at under After School or us at

3 General Registration Information Iolani students and siblings may register starting on August 10, 2015 at noon HST. Non- Iolani students may register starting August 17, 2015 at noon HST. You may register your child for After School classes online with a valid credit card (Visa or MasterCard). Tuition payment in full must accompany the registration. Enrollment is not guaranteed until payment has been made in full. Courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment or closed if full. If courses are canceled, parents will be notified via and phone calls. You may sign up for a semester or the entire year. No course changes or new registrations will take place after two meetings of the course (excluding After School Care). There are no rebates or proration for course time missed. Tuition may not be refunded once space has been reserved for a student (see withdrawal policy below). Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, homecoming, vacations, Iolani Fair, and early dismissal days (See last page). WITHDRAWALS AND REFUND POLICY Refund for withdrawal is based on the date when the Special Programs Office receives notification from parents/guardians for the child s withdrawal. Once the registration has been processed, the maximum amount of refund will be 75% of each course. The following schedule determines the amount of the refund:» 75% refund until exactly seven days before the first day of the course» 50% refund thereafter» No refunds will be made after the first meeting of the class There are no rebates or proration for course time missed. No course changes or new registrations will take place after two meetings of the course (excluding After School Care). COURSE CHANGES Once the registration is processed, there will be a $10 fee for each course change. ABSENCES It is important that we know the whereabouts of the students enrolled in the program. Attendance will be taken daily. If your child will miss after school classes, please call the Special Programs Office at or ESCORT FOR GRADES K 1 Students in grades K and 1 will be escorted from the first grade lānai to their Special Programs classes and back to After School Care or to the Lower School Autoline provided they are not taking back to back classes. After School escorting is only available to and from Special Programs classes. Students taking private music lessons: Upon music lesson confirmation, please notify the Special Programs Office if you would like an escort. On occasion, due to the escort s schedule, this service cannot be provided. If our office cannot provide an escort, we will contact you. After School Programs Dates (except for school holidays and events) FALL: AUGUST 31 DECEMBER 17 Mondays 14 Meetings SPRING: JANUARY 4 MAY 27 Mondays 16 Meetings Tuesdays 16 Meetings Tuesdays 20 Meetings Wednesdays 15 Meetings Wednesdays 20 Meetings Thursdays 15 Meetings Thursdays 19 Meetings Fridays 12 Meetings Fridays 17 Meetings ***Exceptions will be noted by class. Please check class dates in course listing. ***Class prices are based on the number of meetings AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 3

4 After School Care 'Iolani School After School Care Catalog - By Category Category: After School Care After School Care (K-1) - Mon. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Because kindergarten students begin on a staggered schedule, After School Care for kindergarten will begin on the child's first full day of school. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Aug 24 - Dec 14 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E10011 After School Care (K-1) - Tue. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Because kindergarten students begin on a staggered schedule, After School Care for kindergarten will begin on the child's first full day of school. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Aug 25 - Dec 15 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

5 After School Care (K-1) - Wed. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Because kindergarten students begin on a staggered schedule, After School Care for kindergarten will begin on the child's first full day of school. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Aug 26 - Dec 16 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E10031 After School Care (K-1) - Thu. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Because kindergarten students begin on a staggered schedule, After School Care for kindergarten will begin on the child's first full day of school. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Thursday, June 2. Aug 27 - Dec 17 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 5

6 After School Care (K-1) - Fri. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Because kindergarten students begin on a staggered schedule, After School Care for kindergarten will begin on the child's first full day of school. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Friday, June 3. Aug 28 - Dec 11 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E10051 After School Care (K-1) - Mon. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Jan 4 - May 23 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E10061 After School Care (K-1) - Tue. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Jan 5 - May 31 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

7 After School Care (K-1) - Wed. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Jan 6 - Jun 1 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E10081 After School Care (K-1) - Thu. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Thursday, June 2. Jan 7 - May 26 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E10091 After School Care (K-1) - Fri. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Friday, June 3. Jan 8 - May 27 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 7

8 After School Care (2-4) - Mon. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Aug 24 - Dec 14 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E20011 After School Care (2-4) - Tue. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Aug 25 - Dec 15 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E20021 After School Care (2-4) - Wed. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Aug 26 - Dec 16 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

9 After School Care (2-4) - Thu. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Thursday, June 2. Aug 27 - Dec 17 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E20041 After School Care (2-4) - Fri. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Friday, June 3. Aug 28 - Dec 11 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E20051 After School Care (2-4) - Mon. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Jan 4 - May 23 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 9

10 After School Care (2-4) - Tue. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Jan 5 - May 31 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E20071 After School Care (2-4) - Wed. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Jan 6 - Jun 1 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E20081 After School Care (2-4) - Thu. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Thursday, June 2. Jan 7 - May 26 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

11 After School Care (2-4) - Fri. After School Care (for 'Iolani students only) provides a safe, well-supervised, and relaxed environment in which children may socially interact with their peers. In addition to arts and crafts, reading, and storytelling, students engage in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities which utilize their fine and gross motor skills. Supervision for homework assignments is provided for students in grades 2-4. A daily snack is provided for all students. Please contact ASC Director for more information at Classes will not be scheduled during school holidays, vacations, and early dismissal days. Pick up for ASC is in front of K-1 classroom doors. Daily drop-in service is also available for After School Care. Please call the Special Programs Office at or send an to for more information. Please register per section for each day of the week you would like your child to be in After School Care. Please note that there will be no After School Care on Friday, June 3. Jan 8 - May 27 2:15PM - 5:30PM $ E AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 11

12 Technology and Design 'Iolani School After School Care Catalog - By Category Category: Technology & Design FabLab-Circuits (3-6) - Tue. Students will learn about the engineering design process/design thinking, the basics of electricity and electrical circuits. They will have different projects that will introduce them to the use of soft circuits, copper tape, wire, LED diodes, batteries, and soldering. Once these projects are complete, students will have a chance to design projects of their own using skills and knowledge they have gained in the this class. Sep 1 - Dec 15 2:45PM - 4:15PM $ F10001 FabLab-Circuits (3-6) - Tue. Students will learn about the engineering design process/design thinking, the basics of electricity and electrical circuits. They will have different projects that will introduce them to the use of soft circuits, copper tape, wire, LED diodes, batteries, and soldering. Once these projects are complete, students will have a chance to design projects of their own using skills and knowledge they have gained in the this class. Jan 5 - May 24 2:45PM - 4:15PM $ F10051 FabLab-Making (3-6) - Thu. Students will learn about the engineering design process/design thinking and learn to operate a 3 D printer, laser cutter, and vinyl cutter. They will have different projects to do that will introduce them to using these machines. Once these projects are complete, students will have a chance to design projects of their own using the skills and knowledge they have gained in this class. Sep 3 - Dec 17 2:45AM - 4:15PM $ F11001 FabLab-Making (3-6) - Thu. Students will learn about the engineering design process/design thinking and learn to operate a 3 D printer, laser cutter, and vinyl cutter. They will have different projects to do that will introduce them to using these machines. Once these projects are complete, students will have a chance to design projects of their own using the skills and knowledge they have gained in this class. Jan 7 - May 26 2:45PM - 4:15PM $ F11051 Animated Universe (2-3) - Mon. The exciting exploration of planets and galaxies set the stage for this year's 2-3 grade animated adventure. Only in animation can your child explore the universe of their imagination as they draw fantastic creatures and dream of life on other planets. Using ipads and animation apps your child will help create 'Iolani Animation's first outer space cartoon. Using traditional and digital drawing as well as digital puppetry children will create their own original class film in this fall. Next spring students will continue their out-of-this world adventure as they create their own stop-motion creature puppets and work with stereo anaglyph apps to see their animation take form in new dimensions! This course will be taught by Dan Boulos who has animated on more than 10 feature film productions in Hollywood and owns Hawaii's longest running animation company Wiki Wiki Cartoons founded in He currently leads the Animation Program for the University of Hawai'i, Manoa's Academy for Creative Media (ACM). Children will receive a DVD copy of their class; animated film as parents and family members are invited to attend the premiere screening at the end of each semester. Sep 1 - Dec 15 3:00PM - 4:30PM $ F IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

13 Animated Universe (2-3) - Mon. The exciting exploration of planets and galaxies set the stage for this year's 2-3 grade animated adventure. Only in animation can your child explore the universe of their imagination as they draw fantastic creatures and dream of life on other planets. Using ipads and animation apps your child will help create 'Iolani Animation's first outer space cartoon. Using traditional and digital drawing as well as digital puppetry children will create their own original class film in this fall. Next spring students will continue their out-of-this world adventure as they create their own stop-motion creature puppets and work with stereo anaglyph apps to see their animation take form in new dimensions! This course will be taught by Dan Boulos who has animated on more than 10 feature film productions in Hollywood and owns Hawaii's longest running animation company Wiki Wiki Cartoons founded in He currently leads the Animation Program for the University of Hawai'i, Manoa's Academy for Creative Media (ACM). Children will receive a DVD copy of their class; animated film as parents and family members are invited to attend the premiere screening at the end of each semester. Jan 5 - May 24 3:00PM - 4:30PM $ F30051 Animation App Madness! - Thu. 3D Animation and 2D Digital Animation now meet the world of tablet computers as new apps take 'Iolani's 4-6 Grade Animation Class by storm. In this class your children will explore, animate and create with the latest animation and design apps for the ipad. While learning traditional animation principles, students will plan and create an original animated film using mobile technology. Taught by Dan Boulos, the head of the Animation Track for University of Hawai'i's Academy for Creative Media (ACM). Dan is a veteran animator and storyboard artist with 25 years in the animation industry and 20 years of teaching experience. Trained by many renowned Disney artists Dan brings his wealth of knowledge to this specially designed course. Children will receive a DVD copy of their class, animated film as parents and family members are invited to attend the premiere screening at the end of each semester. Sep 3 - Dec 17 3:00PM - 4:30PM $ F31001 Animation App Madness! - Thu. 3D Animation and 2D Digital Animation now meet the world of tablet computers as new apps take 'Iolani's 4-6 Grade Animation Class by storm. In this class your children will explore, animate and create with the latest animation and design apps for the ipad. While learning traditional animation principles, students will plan and create an original animated film using mobile technology. If your children love their IPads and love cartoons, this class is for them! Taught by Dan Boulos, the head of the Animation Track for University of Hawai'i's Academy for Creative Media (ACM). Dan is a veteran animator and storyboard artist with 25 years in the animation industry and 20 years of teaching experience. Trained by many renowned Disney artists Dan brings his wealth of knowledge to this specially designed course. Children will receive a DVD copy of their class, animated film as parents and family members are invited to attend the premiere screening at the end of each semester. Jan 7 - May 26 3:00PM - 4:30PM $ F31051 Adventures in Indie Video Game Design (3-6) - Thu. Learn what it takes to make a video game from the initial concept to final marketing plan just like the indie game developers who make Minecraft! In this class, students create a video game from start to finish as they explore the brand new world of indie game development while reinforcing math, logic, and problem solving skills. No prior programming experience required. Sep 3 - Dec 17 3:30PM - 5:00PM $ F AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 13

14 Adventures in Indie Video Game Design (3-6) - Thu. Learn what it takes to make a video game from the initial concept to final marketing plan just like the indie game developers who make Minecraft! In this class, students create a video game from start to finish as they explore the brand new world of indie game development while reinforcing math, logic, and problem solving skills. No prior programming experience required. Jan 7 - May 26 3:30PM - 5:00PM $ F50051 Bricks 4 Kidz (K-1) - Mon. This is a hands-on class where students build machines,buildings, vehicles and other structures out of LEGO Bricks, using one-of-a-kind model plans designed by Bricks 4 Kidz. Class is a lab-type setting using LEGO components such as gears, axles and motors. Students will explore principles of engineering, architecture, science, physics, math, and develop problem solving and critical thinking skills. Each class begins with a teacher-led discussion related to the model of the day. Instructional content is multi-disciplinary and designed by educators to increase the student's general knowledge and introduce S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts related to the day's model. Class also provides an opportunity for creative expression and fosters an appreciation for how things work. Students will build a challenging new model each week! Models will change each semester. Aug 31 - Dec 14 2:30PM - 3:30PM $ F60001 Bricks 4 Kidz (K-1) - Mon. This is a hands-on class where students build machines,buildings, vehicles and other structures out of LEGO Bricks, using one-of-a-kind model plans designed by Bricks 4 Kidz. Class is a lab-type setting using LEGO components such as gears, axles and motors. Students will explore principles of engineering, architecture, science, physics, math, and develop problem solving and critical thinking skills. Each class begins with a teacher-led discussion related to the model of the day. Instructional content is multi-disciplinary and designed by educators to increase the student's general knowledge and introduce S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts related to the day's model. Class also provides an opportunity for creative expression and fosters an appreciation for how things work. Students will build a challenging new model each week! Models will change each semester. Jan 4 - May 23 2:30PM - 3:30PM $ F IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

15 Foreign Language 'Iolani School After School and Care Catalog - Culture By Category Category: Foreign Lang. & Culture Mandarin (K-1) - Wed. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Sep 2 - Dec 16 3:00PM - 3:40PM $ L20001 Mandarin (K-1) - Wed. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 6 - May 25 3:00PM - 3:40PM $ L20051 Mandarin (2-3) - Wed. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Sep 2 - Dec 16 3:45PM - 4:30PM $ L20101 Mandarin (2-3) - Wed The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 6 - May 25 3:45PM - 4:30PM $ L20151 Mandarin (4-6) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Sep 3 - Dec 17 3:00PM - 3:45PM $ L20201 Mandarin (4-6) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 7 - May 26 3:00PM - 3:45PM $ L20251 Japanese Level 1 (K-1) - Mon. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Aug 31 - Dec 14 2:30PM - 3:15PM $ L AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 15

16 Japanese Level 1 (K-1) - Mon. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 4 - May 23 2:30PM - 3:15PM $ L40051 Japanese Level 1 (2-3) - Mon. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Aug 31 - Dec 14 4:00PM - 4:45PM $ L40101 Japanese Level 1 (2-3) - Mon. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 4 - May 23 4:00PM - 4:45PM $ L40151 Japanese (4-6) - Tue. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Sep 1 - Dec 15 3:00PM - 3:45PM $ L40201 Japanese (4-6) - Tue. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 5 - Jan 24 3:00PM - 3:45PM $ L40251 Japanese Level 2 (1-3) - Mon. The Lower School Foreign Language and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to three different languages. Prerequisite: Must have taken Japanese 1 (K-3). Aug 31 - Dec 14 3:15PM - 4:00PM $ L41001 Japanese Level 2 (1-3) - Mon. The Lower School Foreign Language and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to three different languages. Prerequisite: Must have taken Japanese 1 (K-3). Jan 4 - May 23 3:15PM - 4:00PM $ IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS L41051

17 Spanish (K-1) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Language and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Sep 3 - Dec 17 3:30PM - 4:10PM $ L50101 Spanish (K-1) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 7 - May 26 3:30PM - 4:10PM $ L50151 Spanish (2-3) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Language and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to three different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Sep 3 - Dec 17 4:15PM - 5:00PM $ L50201 Spanish (2-3) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. Jan 7 - May 26 4:15PM - 5:00PM $ L50251 Category: PSAT/SAT I Prep SAT 1 Fall Prep The Fall SAT Prep course is a mini-version of the summer SAT 1 Prep course. Classes meet on the three Saturdays in the fall prior to the October 3, 2015 administration of the SAT. There is a total of twelve hours of instruction in the three sections of the test, CRITICAL READING, MATH, and WRITING. Students who took the summer 2015 SAT 1 Prep course should NOT take this course. Materials and scoring services are included. Sep 12 - Sep 26 8:00AM - 12:00PM $ P AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 17

18 Spanish (2-3) - Thu. The Lower School Foreign Languages and Culture program introduces students in grades K through 6 to different languages. No prior language knowledge is necessary for students to enroll. PSAT/SAT I Prep Jan 7 - May 26 4:15PM - 5:00PM $ L50251 Category: PSAT/SAT I Prep SAT 1 Fall Prep The Fall SAT Prep course is a mini-version of the summer SAT 1 Prep course. Classes meet on the three Saturdays in the fall prior to the October 3, 2015 administration of the SAT. There is a total of twelve hours of instruction in the three sections of the test, CRITICAL READING, MATH, and WRITING. Students who took the summer 2015 SAT 1 Prep course should NOT take this course. Materials and scoring services are included. Sep 12 - Sep 26 8:00AM - 12:00PM $ P IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

19 Dance Ballet 'Iolani School After School Care Catalog - By Category Category: Dance-Ballet Ballet 1 (K-1) - Thu. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at School Care of to the Lower School Autoline provided they are not taking back -to-back classes. Ballet 1 Introduces ballet to beginning students. Class stresses dance fundamentals, terminology, and basic technique. Sep 3 - Dec 17 2:30PM - 3:15PM $ D11001 Ballet 1 (K-1) - Thu. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at School Care of to the Lower School Autoline provided they are not taking back -to-back classes. Ballet 1 Introduces ballet to beginning students. Class stresses dance fundamentals, terminology, and basic technique. Jan 7 - May 26 2:30PM - 3:15PM $ D11051 Ballet 2 (2-3) - Wed. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Ballet 2 Emphasis is on technique, body alignment, dance fundamentals, and center work. Sep 2 - Dec 16 2:25PM - 3:25PM $ D AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 19

20 Ballet 2 (2-3) - Wed. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Ballet 2 Emphasis is on technique, body alignment, dance fundamentals, and center work. Jan 7 - May 26 2:25PM - 3:25PM $ D12051 Ballet 3 (3-6) - Mon. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Ballet 3 A more advanced look at ballet, concentrating on technique, center work, and performance skills. Aug 31 - Dec 14 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D13001 Ballet 3 (3-6) - Mon. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Ballet 3 A more advanced look at ballet, concentrating on technique, center work, and performance skills. Jan 4 - May 23 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D13051 Intermediate Ballet (4-12) - Wed. Intermediate Ballet An introduction to the art of ballet. Class stresses basic fundamentals, technique and center work. Instructor's approval is required prior to registration. Sep 2 - Dec 16 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

21 Intermediate Ballet (4-12) - Wed. Intermediate Ballet An introduction to the art of ballet. Class stresses basic fundamentals, technique and center work. Instructor's approval is required prior to registration. Jan 6 - May 25 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D14051 Advanced Ballet (7-12) - Thu. Advanced Ballet A continued study of the intricate art of ballet. Class stresses classic fundamentals, technique, and center work. Select students will be allowed on pointe per recommendation of instructor. Instructor's approval is required prior to registration. Sep 3 - Dec 17 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D15001 Advanced Ballet (7-12) - Thu. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Advanced Ballet A continued study of the intricate art of ballet. Class stresses classic fundamentals, technique, and center work. Select students will be allowed on pointe per recommendation of instructor. Instructor's approval is required prior to registration. Jan 7 - May 26 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 21

22 Dance Jazz 'Iolani School After School Care Catalog - By Category Category: Dance-Jazz Kindergarten Jazz - Fri. Kindergarten Jazz Class covers basic dance steps, motor skills, and beginning choreography. Sep 4 - Dec 11 2:30PM - 3:15PM $ D16001 Kindergarten Jazz - Fri. Kindergarten Jazz Class covers basic dance steps, motor skills, and beginning choreography. Jan 5 - May 24 4:15PM - 5:15PM $ D16051 Junior Jazz 1 (1-2) - Tue. Jr. Jazz 1 Class covers basic dance steps, motor skills, and beginning choreography. Sep 1 - Dec 15 2:30PM - 3:30PM $ D IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

23 Junior Jazz 1 (1-2) - Tue. Jr. Jazz 1 Class covers basic dance steps, motor skills, and beginning choreography. Jan 5 - May 24 2:30PM - 3:30PM $ D21051 Junior Jazz 2 (2-4) - Tue. Jr. Jazz 2 Class includes the latest dance steps with an emphasis on technique, musical awareness, and performance skills. Sep 1 - Dec 15 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D23001 Junior Jazz 2 (2-4) - Tue. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Jr. Jazz 2 Class includes the latest dance steps with an emphasis on technique, musical awareness, and performance skills. Jan 5 - May 24 3:30PM - 4:30PM $ D AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 23

24 Junior Jazz 3 (3-6) - Wed. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at Jr. Jazz 3 Class incorporates challenging choreography, technique, and performance skills. Sep 2 - Dec 16 3:35PM - 4:35PM $ D24001 Junior Jazz 3 (3-6) - Wed. Jr. Jazz 3 Class incorporates challenging choreography, technique, and performance skills. Jan 6 - May 25 3:35PM - 4:35PM $ D24051 Black & Red Dance Tech - Tue. Black & Red Dance Technique FOR 'IOLANI DANCE TEAM MEMBERS ONLY. For the more experienced dancer, this class focuses on the intricate and challenging art of ballet, incorporating dance fundamentals, center work, and choreography. Sep 1 - Dec 15 4:15PM - 5:15PM $ D33001 Black & Red Dance Tech - Tue. Jan 5 - May 24 4:15PM - 5:15PM $ D IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

25 Dance Tech 'Iolani School After School Care Catalog - By Category Red Dance Tech - Wed. Red Dance Technique FOR 'IOLANI DANCE TEAM MEMBERS ONLY. For the more experienced dancer, this class focuses on the intricate and challenging art of ballet, incorporating dance fundamentals, and center work. In addition, the class will include an assortment of intermediate level dance techniques. Sep 2 - Dec 16 4:30PM - 5:30PM $ D34001 Red Dance Tech - Wed. Red Dance Technique FOR 'IOLANI DANCE TEAM MEMBERS ONLY. For the more experienced dancer, this class focuses on the intricate and challenging art of ballet, incorporating dance fundamentals, and center work. In addition, the class will include an assortment of intermediate level dance techniques. Jan 6 - May 25 4:30PM - 5:30PM $ D34051 White Dance Tech - Thu. White Dance Technique FOR 'IOLANI DANCE TEAM MEMBERS ONLY. For the beginner/intermediate dancer, this class focuses on the intricate and challenging art of ballet, incorporating dance fundamentals, and center work. In addition, the class will include an assortment of intermediate level dance techniques. Sep 3 - Dec 17 4:30PM - 5:30PM $ D AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS IOLANI SCHOOL 25

26 White Dance Tech - Thu. through April 1. In late spring, we will hold an informal performace showcasing all students enrolled in the After School Dance Program. More information to follow. Any questions in regards to dance classes may be ed to Cyrenne Okimura at White Dance Technique FOR 'IOLANI DANCE TEAM MEMBERS ONLY. For the beginner/intermediate dancer, this class focuses on the intricate and challenging art of ballet, incorporating dance fundamentals, and center work. In addition, the class will include an assortment of intermediate level dance techniques. Jan 7 - May 26 4:30PM - 5:30PM $ D IOLANI SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

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