After School Programs
The City of San Jose Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with Laurelwood Elementary School offers San Jose R.O.C.K. after school program on campus.
The program provides students an after school environment that will include: homework assistance, enrichment activities, structured games and a safe and nurturing environment.
Students will be engaged in positive out-of-school-time activities that will be provided by trained and certified City of San Jose staff.The program will be offered every day that school is in session from the time of release until 6 p.m.
Young Rembrandts is designed to teach art techniques and vocabulary to elementary children. Local drawing classes for children ages 6 to 12 are available after school, right at school! Classes are offered in 6 week sessions.
As students draw a new lesson every week, they learn a variety of art concepts including:
Fundamental composition skills
Line and patterning
Enrolling your child in a Young Rembrandts' class will provide them with a comprehensive art literacy that serves them well not just at the drawing table, but in school!
Fall Program - October to December
Winter Program - January to March
Spring Program - April to May
For more information, or to register online, visit: Young Rembrandts South Bay
Meeting Time: Thursdays, 12:50 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.
Location: Each 6 week session - $79
Offered by: Young Rembrandts (408-719-8723)
"The Green Heroes Environmental Project brings environmental clubs to elementary schools in order to build awareness of environmental topics, explore present problems of pollution, and develop ways in which the community can address these problems. This generation will someday be the one in charge, so in the future, Green Heroes students will be taking their knowledge about the natural world into account when they make important decisions."
Code The Way Computer Club introduces students to the basics of coding on computers and familiarize them with the various applications of technology and how fun it can be through engaging, hands-on activities. The Code The Way Computer Club provides a fun, learning environment for your child to explore computer science skills with provided guidance that can be used to bring their ideas and interests to life. Devices (Chromebooks) will be provided by Laurelwood on Fridays. In addition, pencils and a notebook to take notes would be helpful for your child to bring if enrolled in the program.