Clubs & Extra Curricular Activities

Afterschool Dance with MamLuft&Co. Dance

WHO: ALL NAMS Students, ages 3-12, boys and girl
WHAT: Convenient dance classes with an end-of-year school assembly and recital! Ballet, Modern, Tap, Jazz, and NEW Musical Theatre Song & Dance. Supervision provided by parent volunteers between after school and dance!
WHEN: After school; see MLCo.org/nams to see schedule!
HOW TO REGISTER:See MLCo.org/nams for deadlines and “buy” your classes online!
CONTACT: MamLuft&Co. Dance (Jeanne or Abby) at dance@mamluftcodance.org or (513) 494-MLCo (6526), MLCo.org/nams

 

Choir

Wesley Barnfield
barnfiw@cps-k12.org
363-3923

Science Club

WHO: Grades 1-6 (MAXIMUM enrollment: 24)
WHAT: A club for kids who love science! We do experiments, learn about the scientific method, and see how science impacts us every day. Safety gear and all necessary items for experiments will be provided.
WHEN: 1st and 3rd Monday of each month (January/February – 1st and 4th Monday) from 2:30-3:30 pm.

CONTACT:
Olivia Ballard
o_ballard@hotmail.com

Acting

Who: Grades 1-6
What: Improve your child’s creativity quotient score while they learn to work and think creatively with others, take on stage fright and speaking in front of an audience, and problem solve with a group while becoming more self-reliant.
When: Mondays grades 4-6, Wednesdays grades 1-3
Contact: Kate Wilford
afterschoolacting@gmail.com

Yoga & Creativity Club

WHO: Grades K-4
WHAT: The Yoga & Creativity Club engages the whole child in fun yoga poses, storytelling yoga, creative thinking, emotional mastery, singing, dancing, and visual art creation while enhancing mindfulness & self-esteem.
WHEN: Tuesdays 2:20-3:20 pm in NAM Gym
CONTACT: Cezarina Trone
513-432-4887
Cezarina.Trone@gmail.com
www.cezarinatrone.com

Suzuki

WHO: Preschool-6th Grade
WHAT: Suzuki Cooperative of Cincinnati Public Schools offers lessons in violin, cello, and flute at NAM during the school day. Requires a parent learning with their child (accompanying child to lessons), daily listening, and daily home practicing. FEE: $250/quarter; $100/year for free/reduced lunch families. www.suzukicoop.org
WHEN: Weekly individual lesson and weekly group lesson. Varies by teacher.

CONTACT: Suzuki Cooperative of Cincinnati Public Schools, 513-544-6838

Violin – Heidi Yenney, hly921@yahoo.com
Cello – Nadine Monchecourt, ms.nadinecello@gmail.com
Flute – Laurie Fairlie Weil, lfairweil@yahoo.com

Girl Scouts

WHO: K-1st grade girls
WHEN: TBD. Informational meeting Thursday, September 25th, 6:30-7:30 pm in Cafetorium.
CONTACT:
Cheryl Shrider
cherylshrider@girlscoutsofwesternhio.org
513-619-1424

Orff

Wesley Barnfield
barnfiw@cps-k12.org
363-3923

Lego Robotics

WHO: K-6 students
WHAT: Teams program an autonomous LEGO robot to solve a problem (last year’s team worked on solutions to natural disasters). FEE: $50/semester. Alternative fee arrangements are possible.
WHEN: Tuesdays, 6:00-7:30 pm (beginning September 9th)
CONTACT:
Coach: Jacek Biesiada, Jacek.Biesiada@cchmc.org
Assistant Coach: Christo Lassiter, Christo.Lassiter@uc.edu

SAY Soccer

WHO: Boys and girls ages 6-11 (ages 12-13 if there is enough interest)
WHAT: NAM offers Fall and Spring SAY (Soccer Association for Youth) teams. Registration info is sent home via NAM News and NAM Rocket News Email announcements. Fall registration typically due end of May; Spring registration typically due end of January. http://sports.bluesombrero.com/NASAY/
WHEN: Fall and Spring. Games are on Saturdays and Sundays; practices are during the week and vary by coach.
CONTACT: NASAYSoccer@gmail.com

Art After Hours Club

WHO: Grades 4-6
WHAT: Creations will involve the following: 3-D Papier Mache, Fashion Design, Sewing, Woodworks, Painting on Canvas, Jewelry Making, and much more. Limited enrollment. Students who are highly commited to art encouraged to attend.
WHEN: Meets Wednesdays, twice a month. 1st meeting is Oct 8th.
CONTACT: Mrs. Carter

Brain Bowl

WHO: Grades 4-6
WHAT: academic competition with 3 other local schools
WHEN: tba
CONTACT: tba

Student Council

WHO: Grades 4-6
WHAT: Student Council is an afterschool organization devoted to enriching student leadership and involvement in the school and local community.   At NAM, students in 4th, 5th and 6th grade are eligible to write an essay expressing their desire to join student council.  Essays are due Friday, Sept 19th.
WHEN: 1st meeting to take place Tuesday, Sept 30th, after school.
CONTACT:
Staci Shockley-Matthews
shockls@cps-k12.org