Emerson Enrichment Programs

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Spooktacular Photos
Spooktacular photos

Announcing Fall Enrichment Programs!

Please register below. Spots in each program are limited.

NEW! STEM BEGINNINGS: Encouraging curiosity, hands on! For K-2 students.
Tuesdays January 26th-March 12th (no classes 2/19) 3:30-4:30 pm 

Register here! 

NEW! Super SoccerStars: Enrichment program for K-5 students.

Tuesdays 3:30 pm- 4:30 pm

October 9th- November 20th (no class November 6th)

Registration closed!

Chess Wizards: Students will learn the game of chess, while applying logic and problem solving skills.

Mondays 3:30 pm- 4:30 pm

October 15th- December 17th (No class 11/12)

Registration closed!

ImagArena: An interactive program that combines art, building structures, and problem solving. 

Wednesdays 3:15 pm-4:00 pm

October 17th- November 21th

Registration closed!

Private Piano Lessons: For students of all different levels. While building techniques and skills, your child's confidence and self esteem will soar!

10 week lesson(30 minutes) for $330.00 

Monday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. 

Classes begin October 1st, space is limited.

Please email lbotko@nrsd.net if you are still interested in registering.

IMAGARENA the newest addition to our amazing enrichment opportunities!

Andrew might be our next PICASSO!
Andrew the artist
The Bolton Extended Learning Program entered this fine gentleman into the annual town Scarecrow Contest!
 Ms. Linda and a few members of the Gardening Club.
Gardening Club
Keith Munslow recording with students
"Lunch Time" song.
 Keith Munslow, children's song writer,
cartoonist and storyteller sharing his
BellyWog drawing with students
 after his presentation.
Keith Munslow
Harry Potter Club is filled with magic.
Chess Wizard's Program combines
strategy and fun.
Chess Wizards

Students in grades K - 8 brought their bikes to the Emerson Gym for a fall tune up and basic bicycle safety. Community cyclists hosted this amazing one hour opportunity for students to learn bike safety and maintenance tips from the experts. The class was open to all interested Extended Learning Program, Florence Sawyer and Emerson School students.