Five Things Friday: Henry Wilson Afterschool Clubs

Written by Brandi Worley, 22 years old, from Fayetteville, NC serving on The Henry Wilson Elementary School Team co-sponsored by Heinemann.

LATIN DANCING!
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The Latin Dance club is targeted for our first and second graders. Rhythmic moves and drum inflicted music, course through the room as these youngsters learn about another culture.  This club is a great way for students to showcase their creativity of dance as well as lead and follow others for instruction.

STEP IT UP!

Have you ever seen people make music without using instruments? If not you should definitely look into a form of dance called stepping.  In this after-school club,  students in grades 4th and 5th band together to complete a routine sure to wow any audience.

STARFISH CORPS!
Photo Apr 04, 16 20 44The Starfish Corps is like a mini-City Year. These young students, ranging from 3rd to 5th grade, come together to do physical training, promote healthy habits and learn about serving their communities.  The upcoming sessions will showcase a student run field day and an amazing graduation for all to see.  This after-school program is run by each CY team serving in Manchester. 

C.A.T.C.H KIDS!

In C.A.T.C.H. Kids, students have a chance to be actively engaged for an hour and fifteen minutes. Students participate in group activities such as Dragon tails or playing with the HUGE parachute. A fun time will occur indeed!

VIDEOGRAPHY!

DSC_0152Videography is a cool way for students to come together and create videos and animations with the computer. In this day and age, technology is at the forefront of our generation.  These skills students are obtaining are sure to make life more animated.

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About CityYear NH

City Year is a nonprofit that unites young people of all backgrounds for a demanding year of full-time service. As tutors, mentors, and role models, these idealistic leaders make a difference in the lives of children, and transform schools and neighborhoods across the US and in South Africa. For more information on how to get involved please call the City Year New Hampshire Recruitment hotline at 603-218-5101.
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