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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 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. 
  • 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.
  • Sportball Multi-Sport HTES Spring 2

    Refine, rehearse, and repeat. Multi-Sport classes are the heart of Sportball programming. Coaches focus on the basic skills common to all sports, like balance, coordination, stamina and timing in a fun, supportive, non-competitive setting that emphasizes teamwork. Each class focuses on one of eight different popular sports: hockey, soccer, football, baseball, golf, tennis, basketball & volleyball. 
  • Young Rembrandts HTES Spring 2

    Young Rembrandts’ mission is to encourage creativity, technique, and joy in the artistic process by offering a unique, step-by-step method that successfully teaches children how to draw. Students will focus on art techniques, as well as cartooning. This is a great class for beginning artists, for those who want to improve their drawing skills and for all who love to draw! While Young Rembrandts classes are structured and educational, children have fun producing drawings worthy of framing. Lessons from previous years are not repeated. New and returning students are welcome. All materials provided. For more information about Young Rembrandts, please visit our website at www.youngrembrandts.com or call (602) 955-DRAW. All registrations go through the ECS Office