Cub Clubs & After School Childcare

Methow Valley Elementary Cub Club

Cub Clubs are seasonal enrichment clubs based at MV Elementary for Grades 1-6. Most are run in partnership with our generous and talented community groups and volunteers including: Methow Arts, The Merc Theater, Classroom in Bloom, Methow Nordic, The Winthrop Ice and Sports Rink, MV Flyfishers, Methow Recycles and MV Riding Unlimited. We are still hoping to add a Chess Club and Lego/Robotics Club.

Please let us know if you’re interested in helping with any of these clubs or you have another club idea you’d like to explore. Contact Katharine Bill, (509) 341-4210.

Register for Late Winter Clubs

View/download Cub Club Late Winter Registration Form

• All clubs run from 3:20 – 5:00 p.m.
• Please let us know if your child will be absent – we take attendance each afternoon.
• Bus service is available to Winthrop (Red Barn) and Twisp (Community Center) at 5 p.m.
• The bus usually arrives at approximately 5:10 p.m. in Winthrop and 5:25 p.m. in Twisp.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Yoga Club • Grades K-3
March 11 – April 30
Green Team Club • Grades 3-6
March 5 – May 7
Great Books Club • Grades 3-4
March 13th – April 24th
Homework Club • Grade 6
Weekly from January 17th
Spanish Club • Grade K-2
March 13th – April 24th

Yoga Club

• Grades K-3
• Mondays, March 11th – April 30th, 2019
• Led by Lisa Whatley

“Kids Surrender Yoga” will focus on building strength, self-control and coordination. Limited to 10 students per class. The fee for this Club is $15, with financial aid available.
 

Green Team

• Grades 3-6
• Tuesdays, March 5th – May 7th, 2019
• Led by Aspen Kvicala and Carol Runyon for Methow Recycles

Students will explore innovative ways to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Highlights include a field trip to the recycling center, learning basic repair skills to fix everyday items, and creating a zero-waste brochure for the community.
 

Great Books

• Grades 3-4
• Wednesdays, March 13th – April 24th, 2019
• Led by Shannon Polson

Students will read and discuss books in the Great Books Series (Series 3, Book 2). These discussions are intended to “help people of all ages think critically about their own lives and the world we share.”
 

Spanish

• Grades K-2
• Wednesdays, March 13th – April 24th, 2019
• Led by Casey Peplow

Students will be introduced to Spanish fundamentals through hands-on projects, games, and activities.
 

Homework

• Grade 6
• Thursdays beginning January 17th.
• Led by Janice Dickinson

This club providesassistance for students in 6th grade to get their homework done and also help with organizational skills and approaches to learning.

Spring 2019

Spring Clubs will typically start in mid-April, and will include:

  • Soccer Club 
  • Fly Fishing Club
  • Homework Club (continued)
  • Art Club

After School Childcare Program

MVE After School Childcare ProgramThis high-quality, daily program serves children in grades K – 6, and includes a healthy snack, art projects, games and activities.

There is a great deal of research showing the value of after-school programs for increasing student morale and engagement in school, and we can see the sparkling enthusiasm in the eyes of so many students who look forward to their various after-school activities.

For more information, please visit our After School Childcare Program page.
 

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Spring Break: Monday, April 1 through Friday, April 5. All Schools and the District Office Will Be Closed to the Public