Currently we are not offering after school enrichment due to COVID-19.
Please see the below for a sample of an afterschool program and other information.
Registration for After School Enrichment classes occurs on 6crickets.com.
Classes are available to currently enrolled View Ridge students only.
Volunteer Scholarships: A limited number of free classes are available to enrichment volunteers. If you’d like to volunteer with us one afternoon per week between 4/15/19 and Friday 6/21/19, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Background checks are required for all school and activity volunteers.
Need-based Scholarships: A limited number of need-based class scholarships are also available. To request a scholarship, email email@example.com with your first and last name, your student’s first and last name, your student’s grade, and a list of your student’s top 3 preferred classes.
Important! Enrichment classes are independently run. Parents should not inquire with the office staff about after-school classes!
Contact your after school coordinators (Jana Witt) with general enrichment questions.
In order to participate in the after-school program, parents and students must agree to abide by the following policies:
Attendance: Parents are responsible for reminding their children of after-school activities and for Kindergartners, for notifying their classroom teacher about an after-school activity. If your child is home sick or will be absent from an after school activity, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-207-1643.
Transition time from school day to enrichment activities: Registered students go directly to the lunchroom at 2:25 p.m. for attendance and snacks. Then class instructors escort students to their enrichment classrooms. Call 360-207-1643 to reach the volunteer on call.
Code of conduct: Students are expected to maintain the same behavioral standard that they would have during the formal school day. If a child is consistently disruptive and prevents the instructor from conducting class, the enrichment provider/instructor reserves the right to ask the child to drop the class. Parents will be given a formal warning before these measures are taken.
Pick up policy: For after-school activities, parents are expected to arrive by 4:00 p.m. for pickup. If you are going to be late, contact the enrichment provider and/or parent volunteer (360-207-1643) as soon as possible. (The enrichment provider, rather than the school office and PTA, is responsible to supervise students until pickup.) If parents are more than 5 minutes late, or are repeatedly late, enrichment providers may charge a fee or suspend enrollment, depending on the circumstances and the enrichment provider’s policy.
Allergies: Parents of students with severe allergies are responsible for contacting the enrichment provider/instructor in order to develop a formal health concern plan.
Interested in offering classes? See our description of steps to take.