Bridge Club (for Upper El & Adolescent Aged Students)

Bridge is one of the most popular card games in the world, so there must be some FUN to it!”  Our High Desert Montessori Bridge Club started having fun in 2010 in collaboration with Reno Youth Bridge. Many friendships have started as two players, a team, compete against another team.  Children have gained skills that rival many of the local high school teams. Last year, most of our players were within the top 10 bridge players. They enjoyed receiving cash prizes at the end of the year by attending weekly meetings and a couple of tournaments.  David Barker stated that not only is bridge fun but, “children who play bridge perform better on standardized tests than their non-playing counterparts. If you asked our bridge players, they would say it is fun bidding, trumping, and outwitting the other team.  Email Ms. Jamie for more info!  ruby@hdmsreno.com

Archery (for Upper El & Adolescent Aged Students)

An activity that doesn’t discriminate based on popularity, athletic skill, gender, size, or academic ability. It’s a different kind of team sport. It’s open to any student.  The National Archery in the Schools Program is a program for students in grades 4th – 8th. And through it students are learning focus, self-control, discipline, patience, and the life lessons required to be successful in the classroom and in life.  Email Ms. Laurel for more info!  laurel@hdmsreno.com

After School Music Classes (for Primary Aged Students)

Primary Music Classes

Who:  Primary Aged Children

When:  Wednesdays from 3:45-4:15

Cost:  $40 a month (additional children in the same family

receive a $10 discount)

Step Into Music classes are a delightful musical adventure with themes that invite music making, movement and pretend play. Each class is designed to build attention and self-expression while building musical skills. Small instrument exploration, singing and dancing, focused listening and musical games highlight each day together.

Music awakens and stimulates neural pathways in the brain that are associated with higher forms of intelligence, such as abstract thinking, empathy, mathematics and science. Music’s melodic and rhythmic patterns provide exercise for the brain and help develop memory. Remember singing the ABC song to learn your ABC’s?

Studying Music helps children establish good listening habits, which are essential for achievement in school.

Overall, music activities are perfect for child development. Music immerses the child in language, evokes movement, stimulates the brain and fosters physical coordination-all in a group setting that builds community-a holistic experience.

Please contact Ms. Dawn for an enrollment form

Questions? Contact Steven at  steven.stepintomusic@gmail.com

Soccer Shots (for Primary aged Students)

Enrollment for Soccer Shots is now open!

Dates: Thursdays 9/26/19 – 11/14/19
Location: Orovada Campus
Time: 3:30pm and 4:10pm  8 Session Season!

Open to All Students in the Primary Program (3 years old-Kindergarten)
Cost: $100 + $20 Reg Fee (reg fee covers 19/20 school year, includes new jersey)

Bricks 4 Kidz (for Elementary aged students)

Bricks 4 Kidz® after-school classes build on the universal popularity of LEGO® bricks to deliver a high quality of educational play. Each hour-long class is a fun, enriching experience for your child. Kids build a new project each week using the classic bricks loved by generations of children. Our unique models aren’t the kits you find on the shelves of a toy store. They’re designed by Bricks 4 Kidz® to teach concepts across a variety of subject areas. Each unit is based on engaging themes such as space, inventions, famous buildings and more. We kick things off with a discussion about key concepts related to the model, then get right into the building. Working with a partner, your child will experience the hands-on fun of seeing a model come together piece by piece, from concept to completion. And by using one project kit to create dozens of models, kids learn that with a little imagination and resourcefulness, they can use what you have to create something amazing. Each class ends with free-play time so the kids can create their own one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

Jan 14 to Mar 17, 3:35 to 4:35
7 Week Session, $75
No Class 1/21, 2/18 (MLK Day, Presidents Day)

Montessori in Motion Robotics Club (for Elementary & Adolescent Students age 10+)

High Desert Montessori School will be participating in the First Lego Robotics League this school year

Our team “Montessori in Motion” is looking for 10 students ages 9-14 to participate on the Robotics Team.

Students will meet on Mondays at 4:00pm

Please reach out to Ms. Dawn dawn@hdmsreno.com for pricing and more information.  Registration ends when spots are filled, no later than September 3, 2019.

Babysitting Certification (for Elementary & Adolescent aged students age 10+)

Presented by:  CERTIFIED CPR

6 week course on Tuesdays from 3:45-5:00pm October 15th – November 19th

Cost is $60.000 per person

What’s Included:

*Introduction, how to get started & professional behavior

*Personal Safety

*Understanding infants & toddlers

*The value of Children

*When to call for help

*Child/Infant CPR & Choking (Certificate of Completion Only)

*Very basic First Aid

*Dressing, diapering & feeding

*Handwashing, germs, sudden illness

*AND MORE ………….

Each Participants will receive a Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certificate of Completion and a Babysitting 101 Certification

Certificates will be handed out the Last Day of Class ~ Participants need to attend ALL sessions in order to receive a Certification. If a participant needs to miss a class ~ we do have make up options.

Contact Ms. Dawn for a registration form.

For More Info or to Register please contact Sheri at Certified CPR ~ (775) 691-9952 (call/text) or by email at CertifiedCpr@sbcglobal.net

Acting Classes (for Elementary & Adolescent Students)

Confidence building games
Memorization skills
Scene Work

Classes Every Wednesday at 4:00pm Sept 25th-Oct. 23rd (except Oct. 8th)

$40 per student

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Yoga (for Primary aged Students)

This class is based off Sonia Sumar’s method, “Yoga for the Special Child”.  The goal is to spark concentration and focus in the minds of little humans through traditional Yoga practices such as chanting, breathing techniques, eye exercises, and of course, poses.

Classes held Tuesdays 4:00-4:30 beginning 9/10

$10 per week

Contact Carees Gonzales

littlehumanyoga@yahoo.com

(775)357-2935

Hat Knitting Class (for Elementary & Adolescent Aged Students)

Wednesdays after school

Learn to knit your own hat!