ECLC extracurricular activity students continue what they start in the classroom: physical development, motor skill development and social development.
Extracurricular activities in the ECLC are fun and entertaining but can also teach important life skills, preparing children to become responsible, well-balanced adults. These age-specific extracurricular activities provide physical development, inspire creativity, provide stress relief, help develop self-confidence, encourage teamwork, develop social skills and teach time management. Many activities continue into adulthood, providing-life long enjoyment. Here are just a few of the options at Monte Cassino Early Childhood Learning Center.

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  • Young Rembrandts

    Young Rembrants believes all children (and adults) are artists. YR provides weekly drawing classes for Kindergartners, with new lessons each week and a variety of age-appropriate subject matter. They use a structured drawing curriculum with dry media and provide a different lesson each week. Their artists will learn new skills and art vocabulary!
  • HeARTsong

    Five-day four year old and Kindergarten students will experience an introduction to theatre arts through pantomime, improvisation, acting and creative movement. Each week, children will discover colorful, fascinating stories and bring fabulous characters to life using drama, music and movement. Participants will learn basic acting skills, performance techniques and theatre fundamentals while having fun in a safe, creative and encouraging environment.
  • Girl Scouts

    Do you love to hang out with your friends and have a great time? Girl Scouts is a great place to do just that! Today’s Girl Scouts are traveling, rock climbing, exploring careers in math, science and technology, and much more! Younger Girl Scouts get to learn about everything from cultures around the world to dance, drama and science! Girl Scouts is offered to Kindergarten girls in the ECLC.
  • Cub Scouts

    Five- and six-year-old boys have an opportunity to begin their scouting adventure in Kindergarten, cultivating creativity, imagination and friendships early. The focus is fun with a big emphasis on character development.  Cub Scouts promotes family, courage and making good choices.