Fall Break Information listed
|Catalina Foothills School District’s commitment to 21st Century Learning continues after school with Community Schools’ elementary programs.
Afterschool enrichment opportunities include special activities and classes for students on early release days. Afterschool classes and camps extend into the later afternoon hours to broaden lifelong learning options for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Special programs through Community Schools serve as avenues for learning new skills and experiencing meaningful activities during school vacations and weekends.
First Quarter - August 14 - October 6
Online Registration Opens Thursday, August 3 at 8am
Program Coordinator: Jamie Rowan (520) 209-7910, firstname.lastname@example.org
Half-day Field Trips: 10/9, 10/10, 10/11 (11:30AM - 4:00PM) Fee includes transportation to the trip site from your child’s school and drop-off at CARE at your child’s school, or parent pick-up at Sunrise Drive Elementary
Full-day Field Trips: 10/12, 10/13 (9:00AM - 4:00PM) Fee includes transportation to the trip site from Manzanita Elementary and drop-off at CARE (Ventana Vista or Manzanita), or parent pick-up at Manzanita Elementary
**Lunch is NOT provided on any trip. Please provide a sack lunch and water bottle for all field trips.
**Half-day Field Trips leave from and return to Sunrise Drive Elementary
**Full-day Field Trips leave from and return to Manzanita Elementary
Registration: September 18 - October 5 https://cs.cfsd16.org/webreg2
Refund Policy: A refund less $10 cancellation fee may be given up through the registration deadline of October 5. No refunds issued thereafter.
Tucson Petting Zoo - Monday, October 9
Join us in visiting some awesome animals! Tucson Petting Zoo specializes in exotic animals from bugs to capybaras as well as more traditional animals such as goats, chickens, etc.. Fee: $35
Children’s Museum - Tuesday, October 10
Explore, play, and discover with Community Schools in a fun-filled day at the Tucson Children’s Museum! Learn through hands-on playing in exhibits designed to expand the mind. Fee: $40
Dave and Busters - Wednesday, October 11
Join us in a whirlwind afternoon of games and fun! Participants will receive a playing card with tokens along with access to unlimited video games. Fee: $50
Pumpkin Patch & Creative Juice - Thursday, October 12
For the first part of the day, welcome fall as you pick a pumpkin, explore the “straw mountain,” visit animals in the petting zoo, and more. The second half of the day, Creative Juice will be joining us at Manzanita Elementary. Participants will create a fall inspired canvas painting to take home at the end of the day. Fee: $60
UA Sky School - Friday, October 13
Spend a day on Mt. Lemmon with University of Arizona graduate students! We will be using the unique “sky island” environment in the Catalina Mountains to explore a new variety of science based projects. Please bring a jacket, closed toe shoes and bring a sack lunch and a water bottle. Fee: $60
FALL BREAK OUTDOORS
Less than 3 miles and 500ft elevation change. Low to moderate physical exertion. Suitable for Beginners. No flat soled shoes permitted.
Grades: 4-5 ---Mary Grodman and Jamie Rowan, Guides
For Sunrise Drive and Manzanita students. Departing at 11:30am. We will return to Sunrise and Manzanita afterwards.
Sabino Canyon Hike - Wednesday, October 11
Less than 3 miles and 370ft elevation change. Low to moderate physical exertion. Suitable for Beginners. No flat soled soles permitted. Follow the fields of ferns, wildflowers and butterflies along Upper Sabino Canyon. This riparian area is home to a flowing Sabino Creek with life of all shapes and sizes. Please wear appropriate hiking clothes, bring a sack lunch and a water bottle. We will ride the tram on the way up and hike out. Grades: 4-5 Mary Grodman and Jamie Rowan, Guides
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS PROGRAMS
Valley View Early Learning Center
Esperero Canyon Activities
Orange Grove Activities
High School Activities
Summer Camp Foothills
Foothills Philharmonic Orchestra
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