Before and After School Programs

  • 21st Century Community Learning GRANT

    Fruzen Intermediate School was awarded a Federal 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant.  This grant funds the Before and After School Programs by the Boys and Girls Club and the Fruzen School. Thank you to 21st Century Community Learning Center!
     
    Objective 1: 
    Students performing below grade level in literacy and math skills will receive additional targeted instruction by trained professionals in areas of specific deficiencies.  Students will increase RIT scores on MAP tests by at least 9 points in Math and 8 points in Reading based on a spring comparison.
     
    Objective 2: 
    In addition to academic support, students will participate in at least 3 of the following enrichment activities:  STEM, gaming/coding, AODA prevention programming, physical activity, writing and speaking, integrated health and social skills development, critical/creative thinking and fine arts, including music, drama, art and movement.
     
    Objective 3: 
    80% of parents will attend at least one of more of the parent/family involvement offerings.  Some possible opportunities include pBIS connections between home and school, culture nights, literacy and math enrichments, ELL support, technology enhancement, healthy lifestyle and nutrition, and financial advising for families.-- 
        
     
     

     2018 - 2019 CLC Calendar - CLC Calendar

     

    Fruzen Before & After School Program (run by the teachers of the Fruzen Building):  

     
    SOARING FALCONS CLC PROGRAM is offering exciting new classes.
     
    On Mondays and Wednesdays beginning October 9 all students will rotate through these offerings each night:
    1. Let's Build It!" Engineering
    This STEM class takes a hands-on approach, allowing students to directly engage with basic engineering concepts through a variety of fun and educational activities. Students will improve their problem solving, math, and physics skills - all while engaging in exciting building projects.
     
    2. Wonder Novel Unit
    "When given the choice between being right or kind, choose kind." The lessons taught in this novel (anti-bullying, friendship, acceptance, peer pressure, kindness) are so valuable. While our students read the novel, they will be exploring literary concepts including point of view, character development, figurative language, setting, plot, mood and tone.  They will also practice analyzing literature, making predictions and supporting their thoughts with evidence from the text.  At the conclusion of the unit, students who have participated in this class will be invited to see the movie Wonder.
     
    Tuesdays and Thursdays students will rotate through the following classes:
    1. Geocaching 
    ​Join us for this fun, real-world outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enables devices. Students learn about latitude and longitude and are given a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache hidden at that location.
     
    2.  All Things Fall
    As students learn about why leaves change colors, they will engage in some hands-on science and math activities. Then we will move on to pumpkin facts, where we will explore pumpkin science and do some pumpkin math and writing.  Students who participate in this class will be invited to a field trip at Skelly's Farm.
     
     
    Starting Tuesday September 5th, 2017:
     
    Come and join Soaring Falcons for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you aren't already signed up for Soaring Falcons, you can get a registration form from Ms. Hill in the front office.  Student registration is not limited to the beginning of the school year.  New this year - All students will rotate through all offerings each night.  Take a look at what we are offering for September:
     
    Monday/Wednesday 
    • STEM science - Make a mini-model of the water cycle, write your name in crystals, pour ice that feels warm but freezes, capture fireworks in a jar, and learn about the science of a slushee and SO much more in this fun, interactive class
    • Medieval Times Unit - Learn about feudalism, knights, castles and jousting all while reading, creating your own board game and travel brochures, making art projects and so many other fun things!  This class will conclude with a field trip to Medieval Times in Schaumburg, IL
    Tuesday/Thursday
    • Makerspace - this will feature Ozobots, Little Bits circuits, Sphero, Osmo and Cosmo manipulatives. These are all interactive STEM offerings that involve hands-on exploration and play
    • Wonder Novel Unit - Read the book together and explore all the aspects of this award-winning novel.  This class will conclude with a field trip to see the movie in November.
    If you have any questions about this fun opportunity for your child, please contact Mrs. Arp @ 361-2020 or darp@sdb.k12.wi.us