The After School Club program offers an opportunity for our students to participate in a wide range of activities. Most of the clubs are run by our staff and parents, but there are also a few outside groups who come to the school to offer their program.

The club fee is used to reimburse Broadus Wood staff or outside teachers for their time, to purchase supplies for the clubs, and to fund scholarships. We need at least 6 students to run a club. All clubs have a maximum number of participants. Club registration is accepted on a first come first served basis.

Please remember that parents are responsible for ensuring that students are picked up from clubs promptly at 3:30. The school does NOT provide after-club transportation. Students in Afterschool (EDEP) will return there following the clubs.

Payments can be made by cash or check and should be placed in a sealed envelope labeled “After School Clubs”. CASH payments must be dropped off at the front office. Check payments made out to “Broadus Wood PTO” may be sent in via your child’s homeroom teacher. For the spring session, each club is $60 per student.

Please return the completed form (which was sent home with your child) with payment by Monday, March 23rd. Registration is not complete without payment. If applying for a scholarship, simply write “SCHOLARSHIP” across the top of the registration page. For a copy of the registration form, click HERE. Note you only need to turn in the last page.

Contact Betsy Greco with any questions: or 973-5105.

Listed below are the descriptions for the clubs being offered for the spring session. Clubs begin the week of April 13th.

 DayGrade  TeacherClub & Description 
 Monday K - 2Ms. Lindemann & Nikki Emert PE Crazies - K2 this Club's for You!
K-2 PE Crazies is back for round 3! Our young bobcats love this super active club. We have a blast with our friends as we play a ton of PE style games! If you love to move around and have fun with your friends, this is the club for you!
 MondayK - 5  Ms. FlahertyMusic Club
Music Club is a great chance to explore new instruments and games, or return to old favorites. The agenda will be tailored to the interests of the club members. Students in grades 3-5 will also have the option of learning how to read snare drum music and playing on practice pads and drums.
Monday K - 2  Dr. Ellen MarkowitzSuper Starters Tennis
LEARN tennis! PLAY games! GROW in life! This tennis and team-building program includes a curriculum-based program, certified instructors, loaner equipment, and snack. Runs until 3:45 p.m.
 Tuesday1 - 4 Ms. Gaertner & Ms. Johnson  Nature Club
Do you like being outside? Do you like to find insects and other interesting things in nature? Come join our club for nature walks, research, and fun with things living around our school!
 TuesdayK - 3  Nicole Root (BW Parent)Play Tray Art
PlayTray Art is a creative way to engage children in creative, open-ended, sensory rich play stimulating activity. Participants are offered enticing materials such as rice, stones, moss, animal replicas, and homemade doughs, to create enchanting scenes on a large white tray. Because the arrangement of the materials depends on each person's experience and imagination, the activity has wide appeal, and each tray design is unique. Weekly themes include: Pondering Pandas, Circus Elephants, Turtle Territory, Nibbling Bunnies, and Outstanding Owls. Participants will receive a mini photo of their work each week.
 Tuesday K - 5Mrs. Mayer, Mrs. WardChess Club
Let's play chess - no experience necessary! All you need is the desire to learn and have some fun. Not only is the game of chess exciting but it also teaches good sportsmanship. If you have never played chess before, no worries; we'll start out by teaching you the fundamentals. And if you already know how to play, we'll help you to discover new strategies to play an even better game.
 Wednesday2 - 5 Jennifer Skipper (BW Parent)Drawing and Painting Club
We will be exploring drawing and painting techniques through different mediums. Students will be using Pencils, Watercolors, Charcoal, colored pencils, and mixed media to create works of art that will be ready for hanging in the family gallery!
 ThursdayK - 5 Gillian Dennis Bricks 4Kidz
Our fun-filled model plans designed by engineers and architects, teach children to learn with LEGO® Bricks. Our theme based project kits motivate children by reinforcing S.T.E.M. based principles while enhancing self-esteem, improving fine-motor skills, and teaching important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions.
 Thursday1 - 5 Krissy Pitts Dance Club
Students will learn exciting Jazz combinations set to current music while developing rhythm, coordination & flexibility. No dance experience needed but all levels welcome! Miss Krissy's most important rule of dance is to have fun!
 Thursday3 - 5  Mrs. MayerGirls' Engineering Club
It's "Room 4" Adventure Time! Imagine designing, constructing, and decorating a model of a small building! Well, that's just what we are going to do in our 1st Engineering for Girls club. You'll be applying some of those great skills you have been learning at BWES; plus strengthening and learning new science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) skills. Dress up in your overalls, grab your tool belt, or come as you are in your schools clothes and join us in the excitement of building your own miniature art, music, or dance studio. 
 Friday 3 - 5Mr. Flowers & Nikki Emert PE Crazies - Round III
One of the most exciting clubs for 3-5th graders is back for round 3! This club features many PE favorites as well as BW Paintball, Crossfire and Hideout! If you’re back for more or missed out on the first offering, sign-up tod