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Clubs and Enrichment



 
There are numerous opportunities for after school enrichment at Clarendon. A partial list includes:
 
Academic Chess
 
This activity includes 8 weeks of chess instruction, a tournament for all participants with prizes, and exclusive academic chess books. To read more or sign up on-line visit www.academicchess.com  For more information email to sanfrancisco@academicchess.com or call (415) 412-4040.
 
Art Club with Ellen Weinstein
 
The Art Club, instructed by Clarendon's own Ellen Weinstein, meets in the Art Room once a week for 12 weeks each semester.  Snacks and supplies are included in the class fee. Both classes are open for students in K-5. For more information contact ellenart@pacbell.net
 
Chess Club
 
This club is run by Academic Chess, a non-profit in San Francisco run by Jesse Dioquinio that sponsors chess programs City-wide. You can reach Jesse at (415) 412-4040.
 
Drama Club
 
This program is sponsored by the New Conservatory Theater Center of San Francisco. The class meets once a week for one hour, and culminates with a Presentation of Skills on the final day. Online registration is at http://nctcsf.org/artsineducation.htm. For more information contact Sylvia Hathaway, Conservatory Director, sylvia@nctcsf.org (415)-694-6148
 
Piano Lessons
 
One hour piano lessons are available for beginners through intermediate level students via Keyboard Educators, Inc. They provide 10 one-hour lessons, with all material and supplies furnished at no additional cost. Students from K through 5 are welcome. For further information call (415) 665-2290 or visit www.keyboardeducators.com
 
Tree Frog Treks
 
Tree Frog Treks teaches fun interactive after school science enrichment programs that introduce kids to concepts in biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences and natural history. Their programs also allow kids to meet live reptiles and amphibians face-to-face. For more information contact parent Kelly Kozak (call Clarendon office for phone #) or visit www.treefrogtreks.com .