For the Little Ones (Pre-K 3 to Kindergarten)
Students focus mainly on projects that help with their motor skills. Working with Model Magic, cutting, simple painting projects, all help the kids with both their fine and gross motor skills while doing a fun activity. For students in 1st and 2nd, who are in between independence and dependence, they are given set projects but have the opportunity to change things around and make it their own. The main purpose for Art Club is to allow the kids to have fun while figuring out who they are and what they like.
After School Program for grades 5-8
Meetings in the art room Tuesdays from 4-5.30 PM 250.00 for 10-Week program starting Tuesday, March 20th Alternatively, 25.00 per weekly session, due at start of class Tuition by cash or check payable to Michelle Trusiani
On Friday October 12th during lunch and recess, all middle schoolers experienced DEAR (Drop Everything and Read). This program is being initialed to support a community of readers here at CHP. Across all hallways and in all classrooms students ate their lunches in quiet bliss as they got lost in a good book. Some parents responded to our open invitation and joined their student for some special reading time. We look forward to our monthly DEAR Time and encourage all parents to join us!
CHP has grown into a strong community, and our students and families are integral to our school. To capture the essence of this community, we would like to feature our CHP families in our very own "Humans of CHP." CHPERF would like to recognize, Mr. Ruchira Jayasuriya and Mrs. Shalini Sirisena, parents of Pre-K3 student Siyana Jayasuriya...