After school class schedules are out for Friendswood ISD and students in grades K-5 have a wide variety of subjects and topics from which to choose.
After school activities are offered at Westwood and Cline Elementary campuses, as well as both Bales and Windsong Intermediate schools.
Registration can be handled online, by mail or at the offices of Community Education or the Administration building.
Several of the same classes are taught for students at all four campuses.
Ancient Geometry, Art Explorers, Bricks4Kidz, Dancing Stars Music Video, Intro to lacrosse, tennis lessons, karate, and Rube Goldberg Inventors are offered at each campus for enrollment.
Cline students have Wonder League Robotics Club, Get Your STEAM On!, Engineering Fun, Cline Fit, Discovery Science, Bedazzled Treats and Art of the Renaissance, to name a few.
Westwood students can enjoy Camp Einstein I and II, Holiday Fun, Kid’s Yoga, and Make Magic.
Windsong students are offered classes such as Creating a Rainstick, Fit Fundamentals, Mad Science, and Babysitting by the American Red Cross.
Bales students can participate in Fit Club, Kid’s Yoga, Make Magic, Scatterball, Popular Gym Games, and an American Red Cross course on Babysitting.
The creative descriptions are included in the brochure of after school programs along with prices, room places and times, dates and teachers’ names.
Registration began online Aug. 27 at 9 a.m. at https://fisd.revtrak.net/tek9.asp.
Those who wish to mail in forms and payments can do so to Friendswood ISD Community Education at 302 Laurel Drive, Friendswood, TX 77546.
Parents can stop by the Community Education office in the FISD Annex at 402 Laurel Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Registration can also take place at the Administration building Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 302 Laurel.
“Register early to assure space in your selected activities. Notifications are made if classes are not available. If you do not hear otherwise, consider your child enrolled,” Com Ed Director Paula Jones said.
Story by Karolyn Gephart