Choir club will be held for 60 students in the 3rd, 4th or 5th grade who are excited about singing, dancing and performing! We will rehearse every Tuesday from 3:00 until 3:45.
The choir club will perform at many school and community events throughout the school year. Come on and join the fun!
BES Dance Fitness Club is a program that will incorporate basic dance steps, hip hop, salsa, merengue, etc. This activity will introduce dancing as a form of exercise that will improve students muscle strength, hands and feet coordination, improves joint flexibility and endurance.
The Eisa Drum and Dance for Beginners club will be offered to 60 students (staff is welcome to participate as well) in grades 3-5. This activity will give students the opportunity to learn Okinawan dance and movement routines. Parents are very welcome to assist with the practices. Students' commitment to the success of this activity is a prerequisite to inclusion in this group. Students who will be enrolled at BES throughout the year will be given preference over those PCSing early in the year. Eisa club members from the previous year will have priority as well.
A waiting list will be kept to add new members.
If you are in need of help with your homework or just a quiet place to do your assignments, then this club is the one for you. Bring your homework and textbooks with you and you can receive individual help if needed.
***Priority teacher recommendation***
Do you find yourself needing a little help with your homework? Maybe you can’t find a quiet spot at home, or you get distracted by brothers and sisters. If this is you, then the homework club is the perfect club for you. Bring your homework with you and receive individual help.
Kids Get Fit Club is a program that will incorporate nutrition and physical activity to the children. This activity will give the students the opportunity to be more aware of healthy food choices and the importance of daily exercise. Students will be divided into groups (by age level) and will participate in activities, example: walking, running, jump rope, aerobics and other games. We plan to introduce basic yoga, body sculpting and Zumba to the students.
Students write and film episodes for Bechtel’s Morning Show which is broadcast school-wide every day. The Morning Show provides students will information on school news, upcoming events, and our Continuous School Improvement plan’s interventions.
The goal of this club is to provide a program that will allow student and parents to participate in a fun filled extra-curricular activity that will promote good health. With the addition of children from our sister school at Kawasaki, the students will gain exposure to their host nation neighbors and help build a bridge between our two schools. Students are required to maintain good grades and will be immediately suspended from the group if they are in a fight. In addition, students will also have the opportunity to attend classes at Kawasaki School, once that group has been established.
Ultimate Ball is a game where students will use soccer, basketball, and football skills. Before play, we will warm up and stretch. Students will be divided into two teams. Play will be on the grass field behind the school.
*All participants need to wear sneakers/clothing they can run in.*
Yearbook club will be a place where our 4th and 5th grade students will learn how to care for a camera and take pictures. Students will also learn how to edit photos and use the various computer programs to design our school yearbook.