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  • Athletes In Training - Flag Football HTES Fall 2

    Athletes in Training has been in the Valley for over 25 years. At Athletes in Training, children are given the opportunity to play sports on their school campus in a non-intimidating, fun environment. Each session a new sport is offered. The children play on teams and learn about sportsmanship, teamwork, and cooperation, along with the fundamentals of the game. To learn more about Athletes in Training, please visit www.athletesintraining.com. All registrations go through ECS.
  • Athletes In Training - Soccer BMES Fall 1

    Athletes learn soccer skills, practice, and scrimmage each week right on campus! Equipment and a jersey (1 per school year) provided! Focus is on teamwork, sportsmanship and love of the game.
  • Athletes in Training - Flag Football BMES Fall 2

    Athletes in Training has been in the Valley for over 25 years. At Athletes in Training, children are given the opportunity to play sports on their school campus in a non-intimidating, fun environment. Each session a new sport is offered. The children play on teams and learn about sportsmanship, teamwork, and cooperation, along with the fundamentals of the game. To learn more about Athletes in Training, please visit www.athletesintraining.com. All registrations go through ECS. 
  • Bonanza Educational - Amazing Lego Engineering DWES

    Power up your LEGO bricks in the Amazing LEGO Engineering after-school club! Using the advanced LEGO Technic parts and some extra supplies like rubber bands, and ping pong balls, and more, we’ll build clever functional models that do exciting things. Inventive projects will do things that dash, dive, zip, whiz, whirl, and more while helping us explore STEM skills including how the six classical machines form the foundation of every modern machine. Some projects will even include the use of LEGO Technic Power Functions powered motors. Leave your LEGO at home, we’ll supply everything you need. No take-home projects. Parent’s guide for at-home activities will be available. For grades 2nd+ (in Fall), 1st+ (in Spring).
  • Bonanza Educational - Amazing Lego Engineering HTES

    Power up your LEGO bricks in the Amazing LEGO Engineering after-school club! Using the advanced LEGO Technic parts and some extra supplies like rubber bands, and ping pong balls, and more, we’ll build clever functional models that do exciting things. Inventive projects will do things that dash, dive, zip, whiz, whirl, and more while helping us explore STEM skills including how the six classical machines form the foundation of every modern machine. Some projects will even include the use of LEGO Technic Power Functions powered motors. Leave your LEGO at home, we’ll supply everything you need. No take-home projects. Parent’s guide for at-home activities will be available. For grades 2nd+ (in Fall), 1st+ (in Spring).
  • Bonanza Educational - Gadgets & Gizmos BMES

    Teach your LEGO bricks cool new tricks in the LEGO Gizmos and Gadgets after-school club! Use the LEGO we provide along with some extra supplies like marbles, balloons, rubber bands, and more to make exciting projects that are guaranteed to do something cool. Projects will “sail”, “take off”, “fly”, “catapult”, and “race”! In every class we will build a functioning model while we learn the STEM skills behind how they work and practice problem solving skills, teamwork skills, and become better communicators. Leave your LEGO at home, we’ll supply everything you need. No take-home projects. Parent’s guide for at-home activities will be available. For grades K+.
  • Bonanza Educational - Gadgets & Gizmos DSA

    Teach your LEGO bricks cool new tricks in the LEGO Gizmos and Gadgets after-school club! Use the LEGO we provide along with some extra supplies like marbles, balloons, rubber bands, and more to make exciting projects that are guaranteed to do something cool. Projects will “sail”, “take off”, “fly”, “catapult”, and “race”! In every class we will build a functioning model while we learn the STEM skills behind how they work and practice problem solving skills, teamwork skills, and become better communicators. Leave your LEGO at home, we’ll supply everything you need. No take-home projects. Parent’s guide for at-home activities will be available. For grades K+.
  • Chess Emporium BMES

    Chess Emporium Scholastic Program offers youngsters from Kindergarten through 6th grade a chance to learn about chess. Many of our students have gone on to rank in the top 50 nationally! Studies by major corporations and universities have shown that chess can help students increase their math and verbal skills, as well as their creative and critical thinking skills. Come join the club! Students learn quickly. Beginners are welcome. To learn more about Chess Emporium, Enrollment is open till 9/25/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts. visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium DWES

    Chess Emporium Scholastic Program offers youngsters from Kindergarten through 6th grade a chance to learn about chess. Many of our students have gone on to rank in the top 50 nationally! Studies by major corporations and universities have shown that chess can help students increase their math and verbal skills, as well as their creative and critical thinking skills. Come join the club! Students learn quickly. Beginners are welcome. To learn more about Chess Emporium, Enrollment is open till 9/25/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts. visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium HTES

    Chess Emporium Scholastic Program offers youngsters from Kindergarten through 6th grade a chance to learn about chess. Many of our students have gone on to rank in the top 50 nationally! Studies by major corporations and universities have shown that chess can help students increase their math and verbal skills, as well as their creative and critical thinking skills. Come join the club! Students learn quickly. Beginners are welcome. To learn more about Chess Emporium, Enrollment is open till 9/25/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts. visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium LMES

    Chess Emporium Scholastic Program offers youngsters from Kindergarten through 6th grade a chance to learn about chess. Many of our students have gone on to rank in the top 50 nationally! Studies by major corporations and universities have shown that chess can help students increase their math and verbal skills, as well as their creative and critical thinking skills. Come join the club! Students learn quickly. Beginners are welcome. To learn more about Chess Emporium, Enrollment is open till 9/25/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts. visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • DFAC Lacrosse FUNdamental DWES

    Lacrosse FUNdamental introduces students to the game of Lacrosse and the skills needed to succeed at the game. In each class, students will do skill drills to learn the proper way to pass and catch, cradle and pick up ground balls. Game play is also integrated into each class so students can learn the rules of the game and develop the discipline of teamwork. While this class will teach the fundamentals, it will also be fun, engaging and foster the love of the game. To find out more about Desert Foothills Athletic Club, visit www.dfacsports.com. All registrations go through the ECS Office.
  • DFAC Soccer DSA

    The maximum enrollment has increased so we can take more student's registrations. Please contact Lisa Adams at ladams@ccusd93.org for late enrollment. Thank you for your interest in this program. Soccer FUNdamentalis a fun introduction to soccer by DFAC instructors through a blend of exciting activities and stimulating games. The goal of the program is to promote having fun while developing the child’s gross motor skills, increasing self-esteem, and encouraging group social skills, while simultaneously developing the child’s soccer techniques. To find out more about Desert Foothills Athletic Club, visit www.dfacsports.com. All registrations go through ECS.
  • DFAC Soccer DWES

    The maximum enrollment has increased so we can take more student's registrations. Please contact Lisa Adams at ladams@ccusd93.org for late enrollment. Thank you for your interest in this program. Soccer FUNdamentalis a fun introduction to soccer by DFAC instructors through a blend of exciting activities and stimulating games. The goal of the program is to promote having fun while developing the child’s gross motor skills, increasing self-esteem, and encouraging group social skills, while simultaneously developing the child’s soccer techniques. To find out more about Desert Foothills Athletic Club, visit www.dfacsports.com. All registrations go through ECS.
  • DFAC Soccer LMES

    The maximum enrollment has increased so we can take more student's registrations. Please contact Lisa Adams at ladams@ccusd93.org for late enrollment. Thank you for your interest in this program. Soccer FUNdamentalis a fun introduction to soccer by DFAC instructors through a blend of exciting activities and stimulating games. The goal of the program is to promote having fun while developing the child’s gross motor skills, increasing self-esteem, and encouraging group social skills, while simultaneously developing the child’s soccer techniques. To find out more about Desert Foothills Athletic Club, visit www.dfacsports.com. All registrations go through ECS.
  • Dancing Sun Yoga BMES Fall 2

    Enriching the lives of youth through yoga inspired movement and meditation.Children are natural yogis because of their “live in the moment” attitude and ability to embrace the present. Dancing Sun Yoga helps students improve their focus, concentration, and stress management while having fun and increasing their physical fitness. Incorporating the body, mind, and breath, students will improve their balance, flexibility, and overall well-being. Dancing Sun classes are interactive and engaging, and students are continuously moving and challenging their bodies and mind. Students are required to bring their own Yoga mats
  • Dancing Sun Yoga DSA Fall 2

    Enriching the lives of youth through yoga inspired movement and meditation.Children are natural yogis because of their “live in the moment” attitude and ability to embrace the present. Dancing Sun Yoga helps students improve their focus, concentration, and stress management while having fun and increasing their physical fitness. Incorporating the body, mind, and breath, students will improve their balance, flexibility, and overall well-being. Dancing Sun classes are interactive and engaging, and students are continuously moving and challenging their bodies and mind. Students are required to bring their own Yoga mats
  • Dancing Sun Yoga DWES Fall 2

    Enriching the lives of youth through yoga inspired movement and meditation.Children are natural yogis because of their “live in the moment” attitude and ability to embrace the present. Dancing Sun Yoga helps students improve their focus, concentration, and stress management while having fun and increasing their physical fitness. Incorporating the body, mind, and breath, students will improve their balance, flexibility, and overall well-being. Dancing Sun classes are interactive and engaging, and students are continuously moving and challenging their bodies and mind. Students are required to bring their own Yoga mats
  • Doorway To College - ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep CSHS

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: With a top score of 36 and the national average now at 21, a score increase of even one or two points on the PSAT gives you a real advantage. ZAPS test preparation seminars are designed to help each student do his or her personal best on the PSAT. In the five-hour seminar, students will learn: Strategies for using partial knowledge to eliminate wrong choices Tips for improving in all four sub tests (English, Math, Reading and Science) Tactics for using limited testing time Take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience Reduce test anxiety and gain confidence Receive a comprehensive Study Guide. Get suggestions for individualized study in the days leading up to the test Motivational instruction and hands-on practice will help you understand your strengths and weaknesses.For more information about Doorway to College, please visit www.doorwaytocollege.com or call 877-927-8378.
  • Driving MBA - Permit Prep Class (April)

    Driver’s Permit Test-Prep Seminar prepares teens for today’s busy roadways by teaching safe-driving habits, basic fundamentals, decision-making, defensive driving skills, the rules of the road and facilitates a comprehensive practice permit test. Currently, the statistics are that 50% of students fail the Driver’s Permit test the first time they take it due to lack of preparation. The goal of this class is to prepare them fully for the test. Contact Maria Wojtczak at 480-948-1648 or mariaw@drivingmba.com with any question about the course. For more information about Driving MBA, please visit www.drivingmba.com. All registrations go through ECS. The link to online registration can be found at www.ecsforall.org.
  • Driving MBA - Permit Prep Class (Fall)

    Driver’s Permit Test-Prep Seminar prepares teens for today’s busy roadways by teaching safe-driving habits, basic fundamentals, decision-making, defensive driving skills, the rules of the road and facilitates a comprehensive practice permit test. Currently, the statistics are that 50% of students fail the Driver’s Permit test the first time they take it due to lack of preparation. The goal of this class is to prepare them fully for the test. Contact Maria Wojtczak at 480-948-1648 or mariaw@drivingmba.com with any question about the course. For more information about Driving MBA, please visit www.drivingmba.com. All registrations go through ECS. The link to online registration can be found at www.ecsforall.org.
  • Driving MBA - Permit Prep Class (February)

    Driver’s Permit Test-Prep Seminar prepares teens for today’s busy roadways by teaching safe-driving habits, basic fundamentals, decision-making, defensive driving skills, the rules of the road and facilitates a comprehensive practice permit test. Currently, the statistics are that 50% of students fail the Driver’s Permit test the first time they take it due to lack of preparation. The goal of this class is to prepare them fully for the test. Contact Maria Wojtczak at 480-948-1648 or mariaw@drivingmba.com with any question about the course. For more information about Driving MBA, please visit www.drivingmba.com. All registrations go through ECS. The link to online registration can be found at www.ecsforall.org.
  • ECS Community Prevention Forum: Current Drug Trends CSHS

    Learn What Your Kids Know about Drugs: Fentanyl, Vaping, Nicotine & Other OilsThis forum will examine the facts, trends, risks, and safety precautions regarding synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl, surpassing the death totals from the more commonly known prescription pain killers. Beyond the opioid crisis, the popularity of vaping e-cigs and marijuana oils has attracted a young audience. The use of vaping e-cigs and marijuana oils continues to rise with new and discreet products. Information about concealment, nicotine potency, slick marketing, and risks of using, will be discussed. The difference between recreational and medical marijuana, the impact of potent and non-potent chemicals in oils, leafy green and edibles will also be explained. In an ever-changing world of drugs, any new trends will be identified. Presenter: Stephanie Siete, Public Information Officer, For more information, please contact Stephanie Siete at ssiete@cbridges.com or 602-377-4591.
  • Edgenuity - High School Online Academic Courses

    High School Online Academic Courses are available for grade improvement or credit retrieval. To register, please follow these five steps. 1) Download an ECS Edgenuity Course Approval/Agreement Form from www.ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs. 2) Bring these forms to a high school counselor to receive course approval. Please talk with your counselor about how these credits may or may not be accepted by Universities of interest. ECS does not make decisions regarding courses and student eligibility. 3) Complete the ECS Edgenuity Course Approval/Agreement Forms and bring to the ECS Office, (District Office Campus, Room A12). 4) Make the $195 payment online at www.cavecreek.ce.eleyo.com, search “Edgenuity” to find the 2018/2019 Edgenuity course. If you have not yet created an online profile with Eleyo, please do so before making payment. Instructions can be found at www.ecsforall.org. Once steps 1-4 are complete, Mr. O’Bryan will be notified. 5) Students are responsible for contacting Mr. O’Bryan by email: mobryan@ccusd93.orgto schedule their pretest and/or to receive their username/password to begin their course.ALL pretests and/or unit tests must be taken under the supervision of Mr. O’Bryan at CSHS. All course work and quizzes may be done at home. The deadline for the 2019/2020 year is May 4, 2020. Courses not completed by this deadline result in a F letter grade. Visit http://www.ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs.html. to find the link to the Edgenuity Registration Packet for the Course Approval forms and the Parent/Student agreement.