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  • Athletes In Training - Kid's on the Run at HTES Spring

    Kids on the Run is a fun way for kids to stay active and promote a healthy lifestyle. Kids will learn safe stretching and running techniques, practice sprints and distance running, and enjoy being with their friends and making new friends. Running is a great fundamental skill that can benefit all other sports. Participants must wear sneakers. For information about registration, see the details below. Come, run for fun! 
  • Athletes In Training - Volleyball DSA Spring 2

    Athletes in Training offers on-campus sports all year long! Children have the opportunity to play sports on their school campus in a non-intimidating, fun environment. AIT offers a new sport each session. The children play on teams and learn about sportsmanship, teamwork, and cooperation, along with the fundamentals of the game. Volleyball season is full of learning skills, scrimmages and fun! All equipment and a game jersey provided. Let's play! To learn more about Athletes in Training, please visit www.athletesintraining.com. All registrations go through ECS. 
  • Athletes In Training - Volleyball HTES Spring 2

    Athletes in Training offers on-campus sports all year long! Children have the opportunity to play sports on their school campus in a non-intimidating, fun environment. AIT offers a new sport each session. The children play on teams and learn about sportsmanship, teamwork, and cooperation, along with the fundamentals of the game. Volleyball season is full of learning skills, scrimmages and fun! All equipment and a game jersey provided. Let's play! To learn more about Athletes in Training, please visit www.athletesintraining.com. All registrations go through ECS. 
  • Athletes in Training - Volleyball BMES Spring 2

    Athletes in Training offers on-campus sports all year long! Children have the opportunity to play sports on their school campus in a non-intimidating, fun environment. AIT offers a new sport each session. The children play on teams and learn about sportsmanship, teamwork, and cooperation, along with the fundamentals of the game. Volleyball season is full of learning skills, scrimmages and fun! All equipment and a game jersey provided. Let's play! To learn more about Athletes in Training, please visit www.athletesintraining.com. All registrations go through ECS. 
  • Chess Emporium BMES Spring

    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 2/28/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts.  visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium DSA Spring

    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.   Enrollment is open till 2/28/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts.  To learn more about Chess Emporium, visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium DWES Spring

    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. Enrollment is open till 2/28/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts.   Enrollment is open till 9/25/18 but class fees are not prorated for late starts.  To learn more about Chess Emporium, visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium HTES Spring

    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. Enrollment is open till 2/28/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts.  To learn more about Chess Emporium, visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Chess Emporium LMES Spring

    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.  Enrollment is open till 2/28/19 but class fees are not prorated for late starts.  To learn more about Chess Emporium, visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Culinary - Making Chocolate Bunnies & Panoramic Eggs at CSHS

    Learn highly specialized techniques to create treasured, Easter gifts for years to come. This is a unique opportunity to learn chocolate making from Ms. Burt, the former owner of Seven Sisters Sweet Shop in Scottsdale. Ms. Burt will teach students how to make hallow, Belgium chocolate rabbits with chocolate baby bunnies and candies inside. The second lesson will be learning how to make extraordinary panoramic eggs out of sugar, decorated with royal icing and other sugared ornaments. At the completion of the class, students will have produced their own hallow rabbit with bunnies inside and a decorated keepsake panoramic egg. Instructor: Bobbie Burt
  • Cutlery Lessons CSHS Spring

    Good knife skills in the kitchen are not only important for safety but for time efficiency, and enhancing the flavor and presentation of food. This one-day workshop teaches culinary knife skills including oblique, chiffonade, dice, and julienning vegetables. These new skills will be useful for a lifetime. All knives will be supplied. A delicious lunch will also be prepared and served. Instructor: Bobbie Burt
  • DFT-ECS Spring Break Camp: Fabulous 50's!

    DFT and ECS are excited to present CCUSD Spring Break Musical Revue Camp: Those Fabulous 50's! This exciting experience will culminate in a staged showcase performance of music from the rockin' 1950's and early 1960's! Following the format of DFT's highly successful Summer Musical Revue Camps, Those Fabulous 50's will focus on providing every performer (ages 8 – 14) with the opportunity to bring their own gifts and talents to the surface while also developing and enhancing their skills in music and movement/dance. Instructors Bertha Ordonez-Cortes (movement) and Kevin Glenn (music) bring a wealth of experience to this exciting camp making it perfect for beginners to build their skill-set and experienced performers to hone their talents as well. The final performance will be on the last day of camp. The time will be announced at a later date. For more information, please visit  www.dftheater.org/dft-classes
  • Dancing Sun Yoga BMES Spring Session 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 Spring 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 Spring 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 - ACT Test Prep 2-Day Seminar CSHS Spring

    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 ACT gives you a real advantage. ZAPS test preparation seminars are designed to help each student do his or her personal best on the ACT. 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 and 24 practice test workouts with detailed answer explanations 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 Driver's Permit Test-Prep Seminar (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. The Single Day $5 Registration Fee applies per class. 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 Gymnastics - 4 through 6 Year Old Beginners Tuesday Spring 4

    ECS Gymnastics is complete with uneven bars, tumbling mats, balance beams, springboards and much more! We pride ourselves on providing a safe environment while building the self-esteem, confidence and a progression in skill level of our students. All of our staff believe in safety being the first and foremost priority every day. ECS uses grade levels as an approximate guideline to place students. However, the instructor will place or may move a child to a different level based on his or her skill ability. We strive for the best fit and experience for your child. Returning students, please register for the level you were in last spring. Kindergarten students can begin in the Beginner Level. Students enrolled in one Session receive priority placement into the next Session. Beginning Session 2, one week prior to the first class of each session, registration opens up to new students as space is available. To check availability of a class, call the ECS Office at 480-575-2440. Instructor: Jenny McCawley This form can be found at ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs or at the ECS Office. All registrations go through the ECS Office. 
  • ECS Gymnastics - Advanced Beginner Tuesday Spring 4

    ECS Gymnastics is complete with uneven bars, tumbling mats, balance beams, springboards and much more! We pride ourselves on providing a safe environment while building the self-esteem, confidence and a progression in skill level of our students. All of our staff believe in safety being the first and foremost priority every day. ECS uses grade levels as an approximate guideline to place students. However, the instructor will place or may move a child to a different level based on his or her skill ability. We strive for the best fit and experience for your child. Returning students, please register for the level you were in last spring. Kindergarten students can begin in the Beginner Level. Students enrolled in one Session receive priority placement into the next Session. Beginning Session 2, one week prior to the first class of each session, registration opens up to new students as space is available. To check availability of a class, call the ECS Office at 480-575-2440. Instructor: Destiney Voita This form can be found at ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs or at the ECS Office. All registrations go through the ECS Office. 
  • ECS Gymnastics - Blended Beginner Thursday Spring 4

    ECS Gymnastics is complete with uneven bars, tumbling mats, balance beams, springboards and much more! We pride ourselves on providing a safe environment while building the self-esteem, confidence and a progression in skill level of our students. All of our staff believe in safety being the first and foremost priority every day. ECS uses grade levels as an approximate guideline to place students. However, the instructor will place or may move a child to a different level based on his or her skill ability. We strive for the best fit and experience for your child. Returning students, please register for the level you were in last spring. Kindergarten students can begin in the Beginner Level. Students enrolled in one Session receive priority placement into the next Session. Beginning Session 2, one week prior to the first class of each session, registration opens up to new students as space is available. To check availability of a class, call the ECS Office at 480-575-2440. Instructor: Destiney Voita This form can be found at ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs or at the ECS Office. All registrations go through the ECS Office. 
  • ECS Gymnastics - Intermediate Beginner Tuesday Spring 4

    ECS Gymnastics is complete with uneven bars, tumbling mats, balance beams, springboards and much more! We pride ourselves on providing a safe environment while building the self-esteem, confidence and a progression in skill level of our students. All of our staff believe in safety being the first and foremost priority every day. ECS uses grade levels as an approximate guideline to place students. However, the instructor will place or may move a child to a different level based on his or her skill ability. We strive for the best fit and experience for your child. Returning students, please register for the level you were in last spring. Kindergarten students can begin in the Beginner Level. Students enrolled in one Session receive priority placement into the next Session. Beginning Session 2, one week prior to the first class of each session, registration opens up to new students as space is available. To check availability of a class, call the ECS Office at 480-575-2440. Instructor: Destiney Voita This form can be found at ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs or at the ECS Office. All registrations go through the ECS Office. 
  • ECS Gymnastics - Intermediate Thursday Spring 4

    ECS Gymnastics is complete with uneven bars, tumbling mats, balance beams, springboards and much more! We pride ourselves on providing a safe environment while building the self-esteem, confidence and a progression in skill level of our students. All of our staff believe in safety being the first and foremost priority every day. ECS uses grade levels as an approximate guideline to place students. However, the instructor will place or may move a child to a different level based on his or her skill ability. We strive for the best fit and experience for your child. Returning students, please register for the level you were in last spring. Kindergarten students can begin in the Beginner Level. Students enrolled in one Session receive priority placement into the next Session. Beginning Session 2, one week prior to the first class of each session, registration opens up to new students as space is available. To check availability of a class, call the ECS Office at 480-575-2440. Instructor: Destiney Voita This form can be found at ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs or at the ECS Office. All registrations go through the ECS Office.
  • Emotional Intelligance STMS

    What is Emotional Intelligence?Emotional intelligence (EI) is the human capability to recognize emotions and emotional responses and be able to use them to guide interactions and thinking. EI is the key to effective communication - recognize, understand, and manage your own emotions; understand how others might feel and why (being empathetic); manage your emotional reactions; choose a different mood or feeling. Learn how EI works in your teen and how you can guide your child to better social confidence. Please register to RSVP. This event if FREE. There is no cost associated with registering/RSVP.Presenter: Cadi Angeli has been a middle school counselor for 18 years in the Cave Creek School District. In 2013, Cadi developed a Recognized American School Counselor Model Program (RAMP) that received national recognition. In 2016, Cadi was awarded the Arizona School Counselor of the Year designation and represented Arizona at the White House. Cadi has participated on several state-level committees and served on the Arizona School Counselor Association Executive Board for five years. She is a native of Cave Creek, attended our K-12 schools, and graduated from Cactus Shadows High School.