After School Programs
Math Enrichment, in partnership with Matsumoto Elementary, offers students in grades 1-6 a safe, educational and fun after school program. Math Enrichment is more than just a math program. This after school program includes supervised homework time, test preparation and help with projects in all subjects followed by skill enrichment opportunities. Parents can purchase educational packages for either a 3 day or 5 day program from 2:15 – 6 p.m. and on minimum days starting at 12:35 p.m. Space is limited.Grades: 1-6
Meeting Time: 3 day or 5 day program from 2:15 – 6 p.m. and on minimum days starting at 12:35 p.m.
Location: Matsumoto classroom
Cost: See Math Enrichment website
To Register: Go to Math Enrichment website
Contact: Email email@example.com or call 408-667-9277.
Art in Action
Art in Action, is a fee based after school program for first through sixth graders. This program is designed to teach each child how to express themselves through art and see and experience the world in different ways. The language of art, like the language of words, requires the learning of skills and concepts that will allow the free flow of expression. The goals of Art in Action are to teach the elements and principles of art and drawing in a developmental and sequential way, as well as to study the art of other artists, cultures and historical periods.
Joyful Musicians offers Matsumoto students in 1st - 6th grades an after-school adventure in music. From classic historical to contemporary choral songs students will learn songs in different styles that inspire knowledge, artistry and a dash of humor. Student will sing music from around the world and from different time periods. Students will learn to sing correctly while being exposed to harmonies and rounds. As they sing together, they will work towards unity and a common goal to perform a concert at the end of the program.
Grades: 1st - 6th grades
Meeting Time: Tuesdays from 2:15 - 3:15 p.m.
Cost: $85 per student ($75 if parent is a PTA Member)
To Register: Contact Program Director Ms. Devin Ligtelyn at 408-531-1600.