Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs

 
Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Children’s After School Time (CAT)
       & After School Clubs
    Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs

      Sports and Games ~ Ballet ~ Violin
        Drama Troupe ~ Lego Builders
    Hip Hop ~ Crafty Kids ~ Runners Club
                  and more...
Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Children’s After
             School Time (CAT)
Children’s After School Time (CAT) is an optional program designed to
help parents meet their childcare needs, and is available to children in JPK
through fourth grade, Monday through Friday. The goal of the program is
to provide a safe, relaxed environment where children can make friends of
different ages and participate in engaging and unique activities. CAT
enhances and enriches a child’s experience through various exploratory
exercises, including choice time, crafts, and other activities. Enrollment
preference will be given to those students whose parents work full time.
All remaining spaces are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

In order to ensure your child’s safety, no child drop-ins will be accepted in
the CAT program without 24 hours notice and approval from the CAT
Director.

The Fall CAT program begins Monday, September 10, 2012 and runs
through January 25, 2013. The last day of CAT before the holiday break will
be Tuesday, December 18, 2012. Childcare will not be available on
Wednesday, December 19th.

Session I: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm – 1:50pm
Session II: Monday through Thursday, 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Session III: Monday through Thursday, 3:30pm – 6:00pm
Session: IV: Fridays, 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Enrollment Guidelines
Please make sure that your child’s After School account is current. Those
families with ANY prior balance will not be permitted to enroll for the
current semester in CAT and/or After School Programs. If you have any
questions regarding your After School account balances, contact
Christine LaRegina.

Enroll immediately as space is limited. Enrollment will be accepted by
mail only. All After School Programs will be filled on a first-come, first-
served basis, which will be determined by the postmarked date of your
envelope. Full payment must accompany all enrollment forms to ensure
your child’s place in a program. Enrollment fees are based on the
number of classes. All enrollments will be confirmed by email or phone
before the classes begin.

Please make any necessary transportation changes on the Transportation
Authorization Form. Please make checks payable to RCS CAT.

Mail Enrollment Form(s), Transportation Form, and payment to:

                   Children’s After School Programs
                Rippowam Cisqua School, Lower Campus
                        325 West Patent Road
                       Mount Kisco, NY 10549

If you have any questions regarding the After School Programs, please call
Christine LaRegina, Director of After School Programs at (914) 244-1226.

        Be sure to enroll now. Space is limited!

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
After School Clubs at a Glance
                  Fall & Year Long Offerings
PROGRAMS                     TIME                    GRADE LEVEL

Monday
Ballet                       2:00pm – 3:00pm         SPK
                             3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades K – 2
*Chess                       3:30pm – 5:00pm         Grades 1 – 4
                             2:00pm – 3:15pm         SPK
Builders Club                3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
Runners Club                 3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
Violin                       3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 4
Drama Troupe                 3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 4
Homework Club                3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4

Tuesday
Singers Club                 3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
Fourth Grade Publishing      3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grade 4
Karate                       3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 4
Clay Club                    3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
Homework Club                3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4

Wednesday
Builders Club                3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 2
Hip Hop                      3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 4
Sports & Games               3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades K – 2
Violin                       3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 4
Homework Club                3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
What’s Cooking?              3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades K – 4

Thursday
Crafty Kids                  3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades K – 4
Adventure Sports             3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
Homework Club                3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4
Singers Club                 3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 1 – 2
Fractured Fairytales         3:30pm – 4:30pm         Grades 3 – 4

Friday
*Chess                       12:00pm – 1:15pm        Kindergarten

                  After School Program Dates
After School Programs begin September 18, 2012 and run through
the week of January 21, 2013. After School Program enrollments will
be confirmed by email or phone by September 11, 2012. There must be a
minimum of four children for a program to run. Enrollment fees are
based on the number of classes. Please make checks payable to RCS CAT.

*RCS is happy to provide schedules and contact information to parents
for Chess; however, it cannot be registered through the CAT Director.

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Year Long
       Performing Arts Clubs

The following performing arts classes will run from
September through June:

                 SPK – Grade 2 Ballet
                    Singers Club
                   Drama Troupe
                      Hip Hop
                       Violin

In an effort to provide flexibility for the year, parents
may register for Performing Arts Classes for one or
both semesters. Parents may submit payment for these
clubs per semester as usual, or pay the year in full.
Those who pay the year in full are guaranteed a space
in the spring semester. Students registered for the
above clubs in the Fall will be registered for the
Winter/Spring term unless otherwise indicated.

All students in the performing arts classes will have
the opportunity to participate in a school wide end of
the year performance.

Year long clubs are listed on pages 5 - 8.

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Ballet
                        with Paige Levine
Rippowam Cisqua School is proud to include the AMERICAN
BALLET THEATRE® National Training Curriculum, a breakthrough
eight level program that combines high quality artistic training with the
basics of dancer health and child development. The ABT® National
Training Curriculum consists of a comprehensive set of age-appropriate,
outcome-based guidelines to provide the highest quality training to dance
students of all ages and skill levels. Primary through Level 3 will be
taught by ABT® Certified Teacher, Paige Levine.

Paige is a native of Houston, Texas and has lived in New York since 1994.
She began studying dance at the Houston Ballet. Upon moving to New
York, she studied George Balanchine’s techniques under Carol Sumner, a
former soloist with the New York City Ballet. Paige received a Bachelor
of Arts Degree in Dance and Theater from Manhattanville College. She
was accepted into the Masters Degree in Dance Education program at
NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human
Development. Paige is the artistic director of Putnam Dance Center.

Attire: pink leotard and pink ballet slippers

Mondays, SPK Ballet
SPK • 2:00pm – 3:00pm • Max. Students: 10
$350.00 fall term • $375 spring term • $725.00 for full year

Mondays, K – Grade 2 Ballet
K – Grade 2 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Max. Students: 10
$350.00 fall term • $375 spring term • $725.00 for full year

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Violin

Come learn how to play beautiful music! Ms. Zades will teach children
the best of the Suzuki method with traditional western violin techniques.
Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, the legendary master, developed this method of
teaching stringed instruments to children. This method allows rapid
development for children and flexible participation for the parents.
Enrollment preference will be given to returning students. At the end of
the session children will be able to showcase their talents for the whole
School!

Mondays
Grades 1 - 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 9
$350.00 fall term • $375 spring term • $725.00 for full year

Wednesdays
Grades 1 - 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 9
$350.00 fall term • $450 spring term • $800.00 for full year

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Hip Hop 1 & 2

Hip Hop is a fast growing, in-demand discipline of dance among male
and female children; it combines a fast paced rhythm and fun dance
steps. Ms. DeBlasio and Ms. Kaplan will introduce children to the
fundamentals including the technique of popping and locking. The basis
of the class will be creative movement, with an emphasis placed upon
rhythm and choreography. Each class will begin with stretching and will
focus upon rhythmic movement to musical beats. Attire: Rubber soled
sneakers; no Merrell sneakers.

Dance has been Ms. DeBlasio's passion since she was seven years old.
She has taken dance classes in tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, pointe, and
modern. Ms. DeBlasio was part of a dance company in Long Island for
fifteen years where she competed in regional and national competitions
in various forms of dance. She also danced at the Citrus Bowl, and in the
pre-game show of the New York Knicks. At Manhattanville College,
Ms. DeBlasio was on the Dance Troupe, which performed at basketball
games, and was made captain in her senior year. She also taught ballet
and hip hop to girls at a Figure Skating Camp in Long Island. Since
being at RCS, Ms. DeBlasio has co-taught hip hop for the past three years.

Ms. Kaplan has been dancing since she was three years old. She has
taken dance classes in tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, and modern. Throughout
high school, she was part of a dance troupe that performed at many
venues and benefit concerts. Ms. Kaplan danced during pre-game and
half time shows for the New York Knicks and Women’s Liberty basketball
teams. During her time at Hofstra University, she was a member of
Fusion Dance Troupe and performed at many collegiate events. Most
recently, Ms. Kaplan has been teaching Zumba to adults and children.

Wednesdays
Grades 1 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 18
$350.00 fall term • $450 spring term • $800.00 for full year

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Singers Club
Do you love to sing? Have you ever dreamed about being on American
Idol? Come sing with Miss Karanasos and find your inner Idol! This
year’s Singers Club will be offered on Tuesday for 3rd and 4th grades and
Thursday for 1st and 2nd grades. During Singers Club, students will
learn how to gently warm up their vocal chords, use their natural singing
voice, and work on song interpretation and stage presence.

The structure of the class naturally lends itself to building self-confidence
and self-esteem in its students. As older students progress, some basic
vocal technique is introduced when appropriate. This is a performance
continuum class. All of the skills taught build upon one another. It is
recommended that students start in 1st grade and continue on through
4th grade, however it is not a requirement.

Enrollment preference will be given to returning students. At the end of
the session, all students will showcase their talents for the entire school!

Tuesdays
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 9
$450.00 fall term • $375.00 spring term • $825.00 for full year

Thursdays
Grades 1 – 2 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 9
$375.00 fall term • $450.00 spring term • $825.00 for full year

                        Drama Troupe
If you have a flair for the dramatic, then the Drama Troupe is for you.
Join Ms. DeBlasio and learn about the art of acting and improvisation.
Children will enhance their stage presence and acting skills through
various games and activities. At the end of the session children will
showcase their talents in an intimate performance.

Mondays
Grades 1 - 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 8
$350.00 fall term • $375 spring term • $725.00 for full year

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Children's After School Time (CAT) & After School Clubs Fall 2012 & Year Long Clubs
Fall Clubs

The following clubs will be offered from September to
January 25, 2013.

                 Adventure Sports
                   Builders Club
                Fractured Fairytales
              Fourth Grade Publishing
                       Chess
                   Runners Club
                      Karate
                 Sports & Games
                    Crafty Kids
                     Clay Club
                 Homework Club
                 What’s Cooking?

Please see pages 10 - 15 for complete details of our
offerings for the fall semester.

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Karate
Premier Martial Arts offers an entry level program that sets up a founda-
tion in the Martial Arts. Students will learn martial arts techniques and
elements of self-defense, as well as important values and life skills. The
class incorporates fun and educational games and skills drills as learning
tools. Taught by our expert instructor, Chad Weiss, the exciting classes
focus a child’s attention, which greatly improves his or her ability to learn
and grow. Each child will be given a Premier T-shirt, which should be
worn to class.

Tuesdays
Grades 1 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 16
Class Fee: $450.00

                        Builders Club
Got bricks? Calling all Lego enthusiasts! Children will have the opportu-
nity to build the projects of their dreams with Ms. Fox. Create every-
thing from fantastical worlds to bridges to racecars. All you need is your
imagination to build strong, tall, or wild creations!

Mondays
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm Maximum Students: 9
Class Fee: $350.00

Wednesdays
Grades 1 – 2 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm Maximum Students: 9
Class Fee: $350.00

                           Crafty Kids
Do you love Arts & Crafts? Then you must be a Crafty Kid! Come
join Ms. Rodriguez for Crafty Kids on Thursday afternoons. We will be
creating crafts you can display at home, wear, and even use every day.
Jewelry, magnet art, beading, and tie-dye art are just a few of the fun
things you’ll get to try!

Thursdays
Grades K – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 7
Class Fee: $450.00

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Runners Club
This will be an excellent opportunity for your son or daughter to
meet new friends, understand the importance of fitness and, more
importantly, enjoy running on our newly mapped out cross country track.
Ms. Coyle will lead children around the fields at the Lower Campus and
around the kiln shed.

There will be provisions for indoor running, or a rescheduled day during
inclement weather. Each participant will receive a runner’s journal. Miles
can be completed during the after school program or at home with a
parent’s note. This club is in affiliation with Northern Westchester
Hospital’s Get Physical! Running Club program.

At the end of the eight week session, runners will be rewarded for their
participation and effort with a Get Physical! Running Club t-shirt and will
also receive certificates that acknowledge their 15, 30, and 50 mile
achievements. Parents play a key role in the growth and development of
their children, as they are the most influential role models in their
children's lives. The Runners Club encourages parents to support their
children in this new initiative.

In order to ensure success and avoid injury, your child needs to come
with proper running shoes, shorts, t-shirts, and sweats to change into
every Monday. Slip on and Merrell shoes are considered unsafe. Even
though snack is provided, please feel free to pack a water bottle and a
light snack.

Mondays (7 weeks only)
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 15
Class Fee: $200.00

                     Sports & Games
Do you enjoy playing basketball, soccer, and steal the bacon? If you like
athletics and teamwork, then Sports and Games with Lindsey Bland is for
you! Children will get to play some of their favorite games with their
peers and discover some new ones as well.

Wednesdays
Grades K – 2 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 16
Class Fee: $350.00

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Fourth Grade Publishing
Extra! Extra! Read all about it in the Cisqua Scoop, the school newspaper
of the Lower Campus. Children will become journalists and learn about
writing articles, the editing process, and how to use digital images and
newspaper layout.

Tuesdays
Grade 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 10
Class Fee: $450.00

                    What’s Cooking?
Take a culinary journey with Peggy Fazzinga and Joann Franklin. Young
chefs will have the opportunity to create and savor a variety of delicious
dishes. In the spring, your child will also plant the vegetables they used
for cooking in this class. Children will strengthen their cooking, reading,
and math skills while following several different recipes.

Wednesdays
Grades K – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 9
Class Fee: $350.00

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Clay Club
Clay is the way at Clay Club! If you love getting your hands dirty and
having fun creating, then come and play with clay with Ms. Giorgi at
Clay Club on Tuesday afternoons. We will have an awesome time making
all different kinds of functional and sculptural fun ceramic art!.

Tuesdays
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 9
Class Fee: $450.00

                    Adventure Sports
Are your kids yearning for adventure? If so, send 'em on over to
Adventure Sports, where they will join Mr. Gagner for some truly
inspired fun. Activities will include Amoeba Tag, as well as other games
like Bombouncement, Steal the Bacon, and Sharks and Minnows. We'll
also test the physical abilities of your young whippersnappers on a chal-
lenging obstacle course or scale rock walls in our very own rock-climbing
gym. We'll have a rollicking good time, strengthening previous friend-
ships, forging new ones, and growing as individuals as well as members of
a larger community.

Sports have always been an integral part of Mr. Gagner’s life. If he wasn’t
playing them, he was watching them, or learning more about them. He
grew up playing soccer, baseball, basketball, and football. He also loves
being outdoors hiking, camping, fishing, and being active. He is taking
his passion of sports to the next level and attending graduate school for a
Master’s Degree in Physical Education. He believes in teamwork, integri-
ty, honesty, and sportsmanship and looks forward to teaching these skills
and traits to the next generation.

Thursdays
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 10
Class Fee: $375.00

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Fractured Fairytales
This is not your ordinary Once Upon a Time or Happily Ever After. In
this afterschool writer's workshop, students will be instructed by Ms.
Miller and learn how to be the authors of new and improved fairytales.
They can create alternate endings, have a character from one fairytale
make a guest appearance in another, or come up with a brand new story-
line altogether. The possibilities are endless. After we have perfected our
writing, we will have a fairytale themed celebration where we share our
final products with friends and family at a traditional style author’s tea!

Thursdays
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 12
Class Fee: $375.00

                     Homework Club
Homework club is an opportunity for your third or fourth grade child to
work on his or her assignments under the supervision and guidance of a
teacher immediately following the school day. This club will run every
afternoon that homework is assigned, and aims to provide students with
the support and structure needed to make strides in completing their
work. Snacks will be provided, and each student will leave with
explicit instructions on how to complete his or her work independently
at home, if not already completed.

Mondays with Mrs. Smith
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 12
Class Fee: $350.00

Tuesdays with Mrs. Wurtz
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 12
Class Fee: $450.00

Wednesdays with Mrs. Wurtz
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 12
Class Fee: $350.00

Thursdays with Mrs. Wurtz
Grades 3 – 4 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm • Maximum Students: 12
Class Fee: $375.00

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Chess
Chess opens a child’s eyes to his or her intellectual power. Young players
learn to plan logically, anticipate consequences, calculate advantages, and
persist in finding the right move – problem solving skills that apply to
every academic subject. The chess program is directed by Damian
Donovan, who has worked with the RCS community since 1998.

SPK players will learn the moves and rules of chess. They will also solve
simple checkmates on diagrams tailored for their level. Players will begin
playing chess with “pawns only” and pieces will be added as they are
learned. We will have occasional pizza parties. SPK players will be
invited to participate in beginner chess tournaments during the year.

Kindergarteners will learn the moves and rules of chess, algebraic nota-
tion, and patterns of checkmate. They will receive an introduction to the
basic strategic fundamentals of the game. They will play supervised games
and practice the art of checkmate on diagrams tailored to the younger
player.

First and Second grade students will learn the moves and rules of chess.
They will be taught basic opening theory, middle game strategy, tactics,
defense, and endgame skills. Players will progress from one-move prob-
lems to two and three move combinations leading to the gain of material
or checkmate. For those interested, tournament play will be introduced.

Third and Fourth grade students will enjoy the classic games of Morphy,
Steinitz, Lasker, Capablanca and Alekhine, the period of Soviet domina-
tion to Fischer, and the champions of today. Players will improve their
problem solving skills, record their games, play on the clock, and be
encouraged to participate in tournaments.

We will send teams to local, state, and national tournaments (Orlando &
Nashville). This year RCS players will defend their titles in the 2012
Bedford Championships!

• Kids will enjoy “Bughouse/Pizza” parties during the term.
• A high point of our year is the Potluck Supper/Parents vs. Kids Team
  Tournament in the spring.

Mondays
Grade SPK • 2:00pm – 3:15pm • Maximum Students: 16
Total Class Fee: $420.00

Grade 1 – 4 • 3:30pm – 5:00pm • Maximum Students: 16
Total Class Fee: $465.00

Fridays
Kindergarten • 12:00pm – 1:15pm • Maximum Students: 16
Total Class Fee: $448.00
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CAT Program Fees
         September 10, 2012 – January 25, 2013

Session 1: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm – 1:50pm
           Mondays, 12:00pm – 1:50pm - $300.00
           Tuesdays, 12:00pm – 1:50pm - $300.00
           Wednesdays, 12:00pm – 1:50pm - $300.00
           Thursdays, 12:00pm – 1:50pm - $300.00

Session 2: Monday through Thursday, 1:50pm – 3:30pm
           Mondays, 1:50pm – 3:30pm - $300.00
           Tuesdays, 1:50pm – 3:30pm - $300.00
           Wednesdays, 1:50pm – 3:30pm - $300.00
           Thursdays, 1:50pm – 3:30pm - $300.00

Session 3: Monday through Thursday, 3:30pm – 6:00pm
           Mondays, 3:30pm – 6:00pm - $300.00
           Tuesdays, 3:30pm – 6:00pm - $300.00
           Wednesdays, 3:30pm – 6:00pm - $300.00
           Thursdays, 3:30pm – 6:00pm - $300.00

Session 4: Fridays, 12:20pm – 5:00pm - $450.00

Please note the CAT drop-in fees for children:

Sessions 1,2, and 3: Monday through Thursday is $20.00.
Session 4: Friday is $30.00.

In order to ensure your child’s safety, please inform the front office
at 914.244.1200 or the CAT office at 914.244.1226 when you need
to have your child drop into CAT. We will need to inform the
student and teacher of the change in plans.
CAT Enrollment Form
Child’s Name

Parents’ Names

Grade Level

Please note:
Enrollment preference for all grade levels will be given to those students
whose parents work full time. All remaining spaces are offered on a first-
come, first-served basis.

I would like to sign my child up for the following sessions (circle those
that apply):

Session 1: 12 – 1:50 pm M - Th            Session 3: 3:30 – 6 pm M - Th
Session 2: 2:00 – 3:30 pm M - Th          Session 4: 12:20- 5 pm Friday

  Monday          Tuesday       Wednesday        Thursday         Friday
  1 2 3           1 2 3           1 2 3           1 2 3              4

For sessions 1–3, multiply the number of sessions circled by $300.00.
For Friday session 4, the fee is $450.

Total payable to RCS CAT no later than September 4, 2012:

❑ Please check here if both parents are working full time.

Parent/Guardian Signature

Email

Daytime Phone

Cell Phone

              Please make check payable to RCS CAT and
                 mail payment along with this form to:
                            Christine LaRegina
                   Children’s After School Programs
               Rippowam Cisqua School, Lower Campus
        325 West Patent Road, Mount Kisco, New York 10549

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Chess Registration Form

Please indicate by circling.

Kindergarten              Grades 1 - 2            Grades 3 - 4
Fridays                   Mondays                 Mondays
12:00–1:15                3:30–5:00               3:30–5:00
9/21 – 1/18               9/24 – 1/14             9/24 – 1/14
$448                      $465                    $420

Child’s Name:______________________________ grade__________

Parent’s Name:____________________________________________

Address:______________________________ zip_________________

Telephone:_____________________ e-mail______________________

Cell Phone:_______________Emergency Contact:_________________

Allergies:__________________________________________________

Please make checks payable to Bedford Chess, and mail along with
registration forms, to:
                            Bedford Chess Inc.
                               P.O. Box 83
                           Ridgefield, CT 06877

If you have any questions, please e-mail info@bedfordchess.com

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Staff Directory
Director of After School Programs
Christine LaRegina 914.244.1226
christine_laregina@rcsny.org

Adventure Sports
Jeremy Gagner • jeremy_gagner@rcsny.org

Builders Club
Kimberly Fox • kimberly_fox@rcsny.org

Chess
Damian Donovan 917.750.9437
info@bedfordchess.com

Clay Club
Jade Giorgi • jade_giorgi@rcsny.org

Drama Troupe
Heather DeBlasio • heather_deblasio@rcsny.org

Fourth Grade Publishing
Kimberly Fox • kimberly_fox@rcsny.org

Hip Hop
Heather DeBlasio • heather_deblasio@rcsny.org
Stephanie Kaplan • stephanie_kaplan@rcsny.org

Homework Club
Beth Smith • beth_smith@rcsny.org
Lisa Wurtz • lisa_wurtz@rcsny.org

Runners Club
Cheryl Coyle • cheryl_coyle@rcsny.org

Sports & Games
Lindsey Bland • lindsey_bland@rcsny.org

Violin
Lainie Zades • lainie_zades@rcsny.org

Please contact Christine LaRegina if you need to reach Paige Levine,
Chad Weiss, Peggy Fazzinga, or Joann Franklin.

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After School Program
                 Enrollment Form
Child’s Name

Parents’ Names

Grade Level

I would like to sign my child up for the following programs:

Year Long Clubs
Ballet    ❑ SPK • $350.00 (1st term) ❑ SPK • $725.00 (full year)
          ❑ K - 2 • $350.00 (1st term) ❑ K - 2 • $725.00 (full year)
Drama Troupe           ❑ $350.00 (1st term) ❑ $725.00 (full year)
Singers Club Tuesdays ❑ $450.00 (1st term) ❑ $825.00 (full year)
             Thursdays ❑ $375.00 (1st term) ❑ $825.00 (full year)
Hip Hop               ❑ $350.00 (1st term) ❑ $800.00 (full year)
Violin Mondays        ❑ $350.00 (1st term) ❑ $725.00 (full year)
         Wednesdays ❑ $350.00 (1st term) ❑ $800.00 (full year)

Fall Clubs
     ❑ Adventure Sports • $375.00
     ❑ Builders Club • $350.00 ❑ Mondays ❑ Wednesdays
     ❑ Runners Club • $200.00
     ❑ Crafty Kids • $450.00
     ❑ Fractured Fairytales • $375.00
     ❑ Fourth Grade Publishing • $450.00
     ❑ Karate • $450.00
     ❑ Sports & Games • $350.00
     ❑ Clay Club • $450.00
     ❑ What’s Cooking? • $350.00
     ❑ Homework Club ❑ Mondays, $350 ❑ Tuesdays, $450
                          ❑ Wednesdays, $350 ❑ Thursdays $375

Total payable to RCS CAT no later than September 4, 2012:

Parent/Guardian Signature

Daytime Phone

Cell Phone

Email

Please make check payable to RCS CAT and mail with this form to:
        Christine LaRegina, Children’s After School Programs
        325 West Patent Road, Mount Kisco, New York 10549
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School Transportation
                 Authorization Form
                              Fall 2012

Child

Grade Level

At dismissal time on Mondays, my child will
Take bus _____
Be picked up by car ______by __________________(Driver)
Stay for _____________ then go by _________ at ____p.m.
              (Activity)

At dismissal time on Tuesdays, my child will
Take bus _____
Be picked up by car ______by __________________(Driver)
Stay for _____________ then go by _________ at ____p.m.
              (Activity)

At dismissal time on Wednesdays, my child will
Take bus _____
Be picked up by car ______by __________________(Driver)
Stay for _____________ then go by _________ at ____p.m.
              (Activity)

At dismissal time on Thursdays, my child will
Take bus _____
Be picked up by car ______by __________________(Driver)
Stay for _____________ then go by _________ at ____p.m.
              (Activity)

At dismissal time on Fridays, my child will
Take bus _____
Be picked up by car ______by __________________(Driver)
Stay for _____________ then go by _________ at ____p.m.
              (Activity)

             Please mail along with enrollment form to:
                 Children’s After School Programs
        325 West Patent Road, Mount Kisco, New York 10549
We did lots of fun art projects, and we got
to go outside and play in the snow.
                                   - Kindergarten student

      Christine LaRegina, Director of CAT
                 (914) 244.1226

              Rippowam Cisqua School
         Lower Campus, 325 West Patent Road
               Mount Kisco, NY 10549
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