Lower School Afterschool Programming:

Fall 2017 Session: September 5th, 2017 – February 14th, 2018
Monday-Thursday, 3:30-5:00pm
Friday 2:30-4:00pm or 1:30-3:00pm, depending on early dismissal times
All classes are $425

Sibling Discount: There is a 5% sibling discount off your entire order if you are registering siblings. Discount code: SIBLING

Five-Day Discount: A 5% discount off the entire order will also be given to any student who signs up for the afterschool program every day. Discount Code: FIVE

Register at the Senesh Store

All classes require a minimum number of
students. Fees are non-refundable.
For school vacations, and afterschool
cancellations, visit the school calendar.


SOCCER (grades K-2)
Super Soccer Stars Coach
Learn soccer skills through games, drills, and practice. This class offers training for all levels of  players.

ART WITH IVIVA (grades 2-4)
Iviva Olenick, Senesh Art Teacher
In-depth, multi-week projects will encourage students to develop skills in a range of media for sculpture and 2-dimensional artwork, including observational drawing, painting, clay, paper mache, fiber and additional materials. Students will view artwork by contemporary and historical artists as inspiration for some of their projects.


ART WITH REGINA (grades K-1)
Regina Katz, Senesh Kindergarten Teacher
Students will experience the works of great artists and will create their own art based on the different styles and techniques that they learn about.

CHESS CLUB (grades 1-4)
Isaac Koyfman, Expert Level Player and Coach
Learn or reinforce the basic rules and  principles of chess! This club offers students the opportunity to master chess strategy and tactics, solve typical and creative problems, and learn how to win games! Chess club is for all players, whether they are beginners or more advanced.

DRAMA (grades 3-4)
Miriam Daly, Music and Drama Coach
Fairy Tale Fun! Come spend a semester exploring the world of drama through the magic of fairy tales. Through games, storytelling and acting we will learn basic theatre skills that will culminate in a final sharing – created by YOU!


TAE KWON DO  (grades 3-8)
Pat Natoli, Mission Martial Arts Academy Chief Instructor
Students will have the opportunity to purchase a gi (uniform) for $30 and sign up for a belt promotion at the end of the semester for an additional fee.


TAE KWON DO  (grades K-2)
Pat Natoli, Mission Martial Arts Academy Chief Instructor
Students will have the opportunity to purchase a gi (uniform) for $30 and sign up for a belt promotion at the end of the semester for an additional fee.


Alisa Cohen, Senesh Lower School Teacher
Improve critical thinking, perseverance and strategizing through games utilizing higher order thinking skills.

MOSAIC (grades 3-4)
Jorge Martinez, Facilities Manager
Create mosaic art using tiles with our very own Jorge! Explore the endless possibilities of tile mosaics and create crafts using this ancient method.

Middle School Extracurricular Programming:

Fall 2017 Session: September 5th, 2017 – February 14th, 2018
Time: 4:00-5:00pm unless noted otherwise
Register at the Senesh Store

Mondays, $175

Learn to play as a band, and how to improvise, orchestrate, and perform.Knowledge of playing an instrument is a plus, but not a requirement. Orff xylophones and percussion will be added as needed. Vocalists welcome. Runs October 16th – February 12th.
Instructor: Suzy Schwartz, Middle School Music Teacher

Rosh Chodesh Club
Select Tuesdays, 4:00-5:30pm (visit Senesh Store for details), $175

The Rosh Chodesh club is an exciting new project which combines Judaic Studies with practical use of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) skills. In each lesson, students will focus on a Jewish tradition or text viewed through a historical, archaeological, anthropological, or artistic lens. We will perform scientific and artistic experiments to explore the practical side of Jewish tradition (ex. Why was purple dye used exclusively for the Temple service? How was it made? Can we make it ourselves to determine how it would have looked?) The course will culminate in a final collaborative project which will put all of these lessons and skills to practical use. 
Instructor: Aliza Donath, 3rd/4th Grade Judaics Teacher 

Math Workshop
Wednesdays, no fee

This workshop provides a quiet, dedicated place and time for students to work on math. A perfect space for students who are better able to focus on their homework at school or those who prefer to work in pairs or small groups. It can also be an opportunity for students to have one-on-one time with a teacher. 


This class will focus on drawing, specifically on work required for a high school portfolio. Students who are interested in improving their drawing skills and working from observation are encouraged to sign up for this class. Projects will include figure drawing, still-life, portraiture and landscape using pencil, charcoal, oil pastel and ink. Runs October 18th – February 14th.
Instructor: Aliza Donath, 3rd/4th Grade Judaics Teacher