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Laura B. Sprague School - January 10, 2021

Online Winter ASAs Registration Opens Monday

Registration for remote Winter After School Activities (ASAs) begins Monday, January 11 at 6:00 p.m. Laura B. Sprague is offering a variety of After School Activity (ASA) classes for Sprague students to fill their winter afternoons from January 26 through March 10. See the Extracurricular Flyer of Sprague ASAs with details and class descriptions.

Classes being offered include:

  • Tuesdays – Lego Masters Jr. (1st & 2nd Grade Students)

  • Tuesdays – Art Club (KDG & 1st Grade Students)

  • Tuesdays – Minecraft Build Battles (2nd Grade Students)

  • Tuesdays – Yoga (Kindergarten & 1st Grade Students)

  • Wednesdays – Lego Masters Jr. (1st & 2nd Grade Students)

  • Wednesdays – Art Club (2nd Grade Students)

  • Wednesdays – Minecraft Build Battles (2nd Grade Students)

  • Wednesdays - Books & Crafts (1st & 2nd Grade Students)

  • Wednesdays – Yoga (Kindergarten & 1st Grade Students)

Registration will take place online using the RevTrak Web Store beginning at 6 p.m. Monday, January 11. The cost for each class is $25.00. We will have a limited enrollment period of January 11 through January 14. At that time, you will only be able to sign your student up for one remote class due to the limited number of classes being offer this session. Open enrollment will run from January 15-19.

Please note that class size minimums must be met. If the minimum is not met to hold a class, we will refund your payment. There is also a maximum number of students for each activity, which differs depending on the class. Once a class fills to its maximum, you will not be able to register your child for the class.

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Board of Education Meeting

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What does it mean to be anti-racist? How do you raise a socially conscious kid? D103 PTO Parent Education experts will share a virtual presentation on how parents can better prepare children to tackle issues of racism, equity, and social justice; how parents can go on their own anti-racism journey; and what steps families can take to build stronger communities through anti-racist work. RSVP for the virtual Webinar on How to Raise Socially Conscious, Anti Racist Kids at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.

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