Centura Extended Learning Program will be offering a 2-week Sewing club that will meet on Tuesdays. The club will run after school from 3:45-4:45 p.m. February 13th and 20th. This club is open to all students in Kindergarten- 6th grade. Please specify which group they would be participating in at the bottom.
In sewing club, students will learn how to hand stitch an emoji keychain, coasters, bookmarks, or even a potholder. Students will be using problem-solving skills, fine motor control, and hopefully learn a new hobby!
We are accepting up to 10 students grades K-2 and 10 students grades 3-6 for this club. You DO NOT have to already be a part of our CELP after school program to participate. Transportation will need to be provided by the family.
Please complete the form attached
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and return to school by Friday, February 9th.
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