Tuesday Descriptions

Dates:  January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7, 14
Dismissal for all classes is 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Yoga (Grades K-2) Please note:  This class has reached capacity and is closed to registration.
Lori Hendrix
Experience the joy of yoga and the benefits of wellness with Lori Hendrix, as she instructs students in techniques for self-health, relaxation and inner fulfillment. Yoga encourages self-esteem and body awareness with a physical activity that’s noncompetitive. Fostering cooperation and compassion instead of opposition, students will arrive home with new focus and calm.
 
Fencing (Grades 2-5) Please note - This class has been canceled due to low enrollment.
Maestro Les Stawicki, Coach Jim Martin, Louisville Fencing Center
Learn the rules and techniques of foil, epee, and saber fencing in this fast-paced Olympic sport, in addition to the fundamentals of balance, foot work, body movement and blade training.  A fee of $30 will be added for students who do not already have the required uniform (pants, shirt, glove) and USFA membership. Beginners welcome.

Coding (Grades 3-7)
Bill Flinn
Fourth grade teacher Bill Flinn leads students through the thought process of coding, offering many opportunities for students to insert their own creativity and imagination into their coding creations. Focusing on the Java language, students will create games and web page designs, all while strengthening their problem solving skills and creative thinking.
 
Maker Mania (Grades 4-5)
Greg Geis
Join the Maker movement! Greg Geis, Director of Maker Education, will introduce students to basic tool safety and skills, electronic circuits, and vector graphics software (for laser and vinyl cutting). Flex your creative muscles and work on projects in the Makery.  Limit 8 participants.

Archery (Grades 6-8)
John Beasley, Urban Archers
Archery is a sport that is growing in popularity across the country. Because of the strict shooting procedures, archery is one of the safest sports.  It is great for children because they learn concentration and reflection. Students will learn basic archery techniques and safety rules.  John Beasley, Middle School English teacher, is a certified NASP and USA Archery Instructor.
Students will walk to the Archery studio with Mr. Beasley. 
Pick-up for this class is at Urban Archers, 1235 Bardstown Road (phone 502.767.8803).   
Late pick-up fees apply. Visit
www.urbanarchers.com for more information.
 

School Information

 
2427 Glenmary Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204
P: 502.479.0340
F: 502.454.8549
Louisville Collegiate School is a JK-12, co-ed independent day school located in the historic Highlands neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky.