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AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Season 3: February 6-April 7, 2017

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2017

 

Elementary students are permitted only two (2) activities each season.

Activities for KG students are only on Wednesdays.

 

Activities with limits are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Once per year Participation: Participation in popular activities such as the Swim Club and Cooking activities are limited to once per academic year. Students who have already participated will be placed on a waiting list and may be added after registration if there is space available.

Changing activities is only permitted within the first 3 weeks of the season. After the 3rd week, a student may drop an activity but will not be permitted to add another. TO DROP AN ACTIVITY, SEND AN EMAIL TO activities@lincoln.edu.gh

                   Sibling Supervision Club: This club is for ES students who are not registered for an activity but have a sibling participating in one, hence need to be on campus. TAs supervises this club and the students are occupied during this time with homework or other activities chosen by the TAs. If your child/children have to wait for a sibling on any day, they should be enrolled in the Sibling Club. Forms for the club can be obtained from the ES Principal's office or on the Parent Portal. If you have any questions about the Activities Program, please send an email to activities@lincoln.edu.gh

 

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

SWIMMING

ALL SWIM TEAMS ARE CLOSED

 

Swim Clubs

Spaces are limited and filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. If your child has already participated in a previous season, please choose a different activity.

 

KARATE

Although the section reads "Beginners", students are assessed and further split up by into different levels during the session. Instructor will measure and have uniforms made for students for GH100.

 

NON-SPORTS ACTIVITIES

COOKING:

Spaces are limited and filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. If your child has already participated in a previous season, please choose a different activity.

 

BOY SCOUTS:  

The Boy Scouts is a community ran organization led by volunteers (parents & TAs) and supported by LCS. Boys learn new skills to meet new challenges in life. Meets once a week, some activities/events are outside of school hours, maybe weekends. There is an annual financial commitment for membership; uniform, awards, and outings. Troop leaders will communicate this information to you once your child is registered.

 

GIRLS SCOUTS:

USA Girl Scouts Overseas (USAGSO) brings Girl Scouts to the daughters of military, Foreign Service and expat families around the world and to girls in American or International schools.  An operating unit of Girl Scouts of the USA, USAGSO is a community ran organization led by volunteers (mostly parents) and supported by LCS. The program centers on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience—a collection of activities and experiences you'll have as you earn badges, sell cookies, go on exciting trips, explore the outdoors and more. There are additional costs annually for registration, uniforms, badges and some activities. The troop leaders will communicate this information to you once your child is registered.

 

Board Games: An opportunity for students to put their devices away and enjoy some fun and learning with good old-fashioned board (and card) games! 

 

Geography Club: Learn about new cultures and the basics of Geography. Be a part of our exhilarating journey!

Cine-France: Explore the French language through viewing of movies and cartoons in French. Participants will grow in their recognition of French sounds and words through listening and visual activities.

 

Recycle Art: Use recyclable materials to create something new

 

Mindful Movement: Explore and practice mindful movement activities, yoga and creative exploration with our bodies. 

 

Word Club: This is a challenging and fun activity where words will be explored. It will help students to improve their spelling and problem solving skills. Exploring Words can be fun!

Ballet Dance: This dance form focuses on the various ballet body alignment positions: pointing the feet and using the upper body and arms in expressions. It helps develop focus, coordination, discipline etc. Instructor is Vivian Boateng formerly of Pippa's. "Ms. Vivi" comes with formal education in dance and several years of instructional experience. This is a fee based activity at GH450 for the season.  

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