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2101 E. River Road | Tucson, AZ 85718
Phone: 520-209-7551 | Fax: 520-209-7575
Office Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm
CARE: 520-209-7549


Travis Kolter
Director


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Canyon View

  • 2019 4th Quarter Registration and Spring Break Opportunities opens Friday, March 6th at 8:00am
  • Attention Parents: After School Intramural Coaches Needed
    We are currently looking for after school intramural coaches at Canyon View for 4th quarter. We will be offering  kickball for the students in grades 3-5. At the end of each quarter, student will compete against other CFSD elementary schools in a District-Wide event. If you are interested and would like to coach the CV team apply online at https://www.cfsd16.org and/or contact Marissa Montagnani at 209-7719 for more information.


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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.  

Fourth Quarter: March 16 - May 15
No classs on 3/24-3/27

 

Early Release ---Mondays,1:30-3:00pm 

CHESS---Grades: K-5 ---Fee: $72--- NOTE: Class ends at 2:35
No prior experience is necessary. Instruction begins at the child’s entry level. Chess has been proven to enhance academic achievement and is a skill that will last a lifetime. Optional participation in weekend league tournaments will be discussed in chess meetings. Instructor, Ken Larsen, is a competitive chess player and instructor. He has led CFSD students to local, state and national tournaments.

CRAZY CRITTERS--Grades: K-5-- Fee: $150
Get up close with, and learn all about a new group of animals this quarter when Tucson Petting Zoo brings tortoises, rabbits, birds, bugs, etc. Take part in crafts and activities related to learning about these fascinating creatures!

KIDZART: --Grades: K-5 -- Fee: $172 
A KidzArt certified instructor will guide students through a different project each week. Students will learn how to break projects into simple steps, art terms and vocabulary, as well as experience and learn techniques for varying drawing mediums. Each week students will bring home a different masterpiece of their own. Our curriculum never repeats!

PLAY-WEL: LEGO JEDI ENGINEERING-Grades: K-5 -- Fee: $150 
The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles with LEGO® materials as we construct the Ewok Village on Endor, fly through space on our X-Wings, and defend the Echo Base on Hoth. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire!

BASKETBALL BASH: --Grades: 3-5 -- Fee: $115 
Play like a pro! Your classmates become your teammates on the court as you scrimmage against one another. Scrimmage games are used to create chemistry between new teammates, practice plays and evaluate skill in a game environment. New this quarter: Basketball Bash! We will celebrate the end of the session with an evening of basketball at our CFSD High School Gym. You will compete against other CFSD elementary school teams in a District-wide event. 

 

After School 3:00-4:00 

TENNIS --Tuesdays, ends at 4:15 --Grades: 2-5 --Fee: $85
Serve it up!  Practice your skills of grip, forehand, backhand, and volley while having fun with your team.

TGA CHEER --Tuesdays --Grades: K-5 --Fee: $205
Discover how fun and exciting cheerleading can be! Coaches will lead students through drills and activities to build their skills in tumbling, stunting, choreography, motions, jumps, and performance. Students will also partake in labs to explore concepts like gravity, balance, and aerodynamics in cheerleading! 

STEEL DRUMS --- Grade 5 ---Wednesdays---Fee: $72
This group is open to any 5th grade student with little or no experience playing steel drums. Students will learn to read and perform music for the steel drums and the culture surrounding steel drum music. Students will be expected to regularly attend rehearsals, scheduled performances and help move equipment when necessary. Student's fees cover a t-shirt, mallets, music and music binder. 

BEAT DROP KIDZ--- Grades: K- 5      Wednesdays, ends at 4:15---Fee: $121
Beat Drop Kidz After School Program is a Hip Hop Dance Program that brings the fun of Hip Hop Dance directly into the schools! We teach Hip Hop in a Kid-Friendly & FUN way while teaching the “Code of Hip Hop” of “Peace, Unity, Love & Having Fun”. Students will learn several moves from various Urban Dance styles such as Popping, Break Dancing, Locking & more!

NINJA WARRIOR CAMP --Thursdays --Grades: K-3 --Fee: $115
Get ready for a challenge! This new class will give participants an opportunity to have fun testing their skills and abilities while going through various obstacles: Tunnel crawls Cone weaves, Noodle crawls, Mat Rolls, Parachute runs and much more. Different course will be set up every day. Who will be Ninja Warrior of the day?

INTRAMURAL KICKBALL--Thursdays --Grades: 3-5 --Fee: $72
Learn the skills and techniques to master this field favorite and fulfill your enthusiasm for physical fitness and sportsmanship. Build team spirit and camaraderie with your teammates. Compete against other CFSD elementary school teams in a District-Wide event. Participants will receive a team shirt.

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WRESTLING CAMP

March 9 - May 8    Tuesdays and Thursdays   3:45-5:15pm   
Grades: 5-12    Fee: $98
Folkstyle wrestling is coming to an end, and Freestyle season has begun! Join High School Coaches, Greg Bishop & Fountaine Villarreal as we learn the rules, basics, and fundamentals of Freestyle wrestling. Individual Freestyle tournaments are held at different high schools almost every weekend during the 4th quarter. This program will help prepare our wrestlers if they decide to participate in any of these individual tournaments.

 

SPRING BREAK FIELD TRIPS - Grades: K - 5

Trips will depart from and arrive at Manzanita Elementary. Transportation for students enrolled in morning CARE will be provided to the field trip departure site.  ALL students should be picked up from Manzanita at the conclusion of the field trip.

Register by March 19. If you cancel prior to March $22 a $10 drop fee will be applied, no refunds after March 22, 2020.

WEDNESDAY, March 25      9:00 - 4:30pm    Fee: $60

TOP GOLF and MOVIES   

Start the day at the driving range with a session at Top Golf. Practice your golfing skills while enjoying a prepaid lunch of chicken bites, mini hot dogs, jr. cheeseburger, grilled cheese or a breakfast plate. After a fun morning of golf, we will head to the movies to relax and watch the latest kid-friendly flick. Please bring $10 if you wish to purchase a kid's snack pack at the theatre.

 

THURSDAY, March 26          9:00 - 4:30pm     Fee: $75

MEDIEVAL TIMES - Phoenix

Come join us and travel back in time of devotion. determination. courage and love at Medieval Times. We will watch the electrifying show of heroic knights on horseback facing their competition in games of rind pierce, flag toss and so much more! During the show we will enjoy our fourse-course dinner as the performance unfolds in front us.  

 

FRIDAY, March 27          9:00 - 4:30pm     Fee: $75

JAKE'S UNLIMITED - Phoenix

Come have a day full of fun as we adventure off to Phoenix to enjoy Jake's unlimited indoor amusement park. There will be a variety of funtastic things to do from arcade games, mini bowling and indorr rides. They even have a free unlimited buffet that is included in our visit.

 

SPRING BREAK OUTDOORS

Drop-off and Pick-up at 9:00am - 4:30pm at Catalina Foothills High School 

Grades 4-8

Picacho Peak Hike - Monday, March 23
3-6 miles, 1000ft+ elevation change. Moderate physical exertion sustained for longer periods of time. Supportive soled shoes required. No flat soled shoes permitted.  Suitable for those with beginning to moderate outdoor experiences.

Spring is a great time to conquer the 1,500 ft peak of Picacho Peak State Park! Come enjoy the gorgeous views, take in the beauty of the seasonal wildflowers and learn about this area's unique geological significance. We will grill hot dogs and make s'mores over the fire after our hike! Pack list provided after registration.          Guides: Jessica Harris and Polly Tanner

Madera Canyon Hike - Tuesday, March 24
3 miles and 500ft elevation change. Low to moderate physical exertion. Suitable for Beginners. No flat soled shoes permitted.

Did you know Madera means wood in Spanish? Come see this amazing wooded canyon that is one of the hottest spots for migrating birds in Southeastern Arizona, and the United States! We will identify as many trees and birds as we can on this day hike in the shade. We will grill hot dogs and make s'mores over the fire after our hike! Pack list provided after registration.   Guides: Jessica Harris and Polly Tanner

Rincon Mountains Hike - Wednesday, March 25
3-6 miles, 1000ft+ elevation change. Moderate physical exertion sustained for longer periods of time. Supportive soled shoes required. No flat soled shoes permitted. Suitable for those with moderate outdoor experiences.

Spring is a great time to explore the Rincon Mountains! We will be navigating our way through Wild Horse Canyon as we surround ourselves with the beauty of the seasonal wildflowers, native birds, and local water spots. Make sure you pack a lunch! We will find a scenic spot to stop to eat and take in the beauty that surrounds us. Pack list provided after registration.      Guides: Jessica Harris and Polly Tanner

 

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