St. George's is proud to offer an exceptional Extended Day program to Memphis Campus families.
Early Childhood students (grades PK-1) will attend Extended Day with a staff led by the co-directors. If you have questions, please email Colleen Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $120 per month for those who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch. St. George’s Business Office will notify you if you are to be billed or qualify for a relief benefit.
Elementary students (grades 2-5) will remain under the direction of their teaching Fellow in their classroom until 5:00, when they join Extended Day. There is no additional charge for this program as it is designed to provide academic enrichment and remediation support as needed. This program provides opportunities for students to complete homework and continue their academic studies, as well as relax, socialize, and explore their own interests. Students must be registered to participate, and the expected pick-up times must be listed on this form.
3:50pm–5:30pm (M, Tu, Th, F)
A late fee of $1.00 per minute will be charged beginning at 5:31 pm. Extended Day is not offered on holidays, breaks, noon dismissal days, or any day that school is not in session.
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St. George's also offers optional enrichment classes after school for an additional cost. View the class schedule below. To register, click the button below and login to Veracross. Classes relevant to your child's grade will display, and you may register online.
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Teaching young children about Jesus! Catechesis of the Good Shepherd strives to engage children in a common religious experience in which the religious values of childhood, primarily those values of contemplation and enjoyment of God, are predominant. Children learn about prayer and symbols and processes within a church.
Collage Ballet Collective presents a classical ballet training that features a diverse range of classical and contemporary choreography for experienced and non-experienced students. A commitment to attend classes regularly is needed as students will practice as partners and present a performance recital at the end of the semester.
Little Vet School encourages students to role play and explore the exciting world of veterinarians. Students will learn what to do when a dog gets hurt and how to care for stitches. They will learn the importance of ticks and how to check their dogs and cats, how to administer tick medicine as well as what is proper nutrition and foods for keeping your animals healthy and growing properly. Students will also design their own Vet Clinic and obtain their graduation diploma. They will take home a stuffed dog, dog bone cookie cutter, dog bowl, and much more!
Students will develop and share their acting ability! Students are offered a chance to learn and practice skills as well as acting techniques, improvisation, and movement to create a short production. At the end of the semester, all students will perform a sample of their work for parents and family.
Golf Squad classes are the most professionally instructed, convenient, and organized way of bringing golf education to people of all ages. All Golf Squads are taught by PGA/LPGA members and associates only. In a social and fun environment, people learn the vocabulary, etiquette, safety, and social ad technical aspects necessary to enjoy golf for a lifetime.
This is an excellent opportunity for your student to develop and showcase excellent soccer skills using a league curriculum that maximizes fun and friendship to ensure your child always wants to come back!
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