February 19th - May 4th
Chess Club (3rd-12th) - 3:30pm-4:15pm - $65 ($6.50 per session)
Club Sponsor: M. Abraham - Room 302
Chess is an educational and engaging after-school activity. Your child will build chess-playing skills & strategies and participate in chess tournaments around Baton Rouge.
Limited space: 15 students
PK3-4 Soccer Club (PK3-PK4) - 4:30pm-5:15pm - $55 ($6.11 per session - 9 sessions)
Club Sponsor: M. Philip Wood/Emily Greening/Matt Maier - Soccer Field
Soccer club is to foster the enjoyment and development of the players. It will develop and strengthen individual soccer skills. (3 years old should have practice soccer before)
- Dance Club (K-2nd) - 4:00pm-4:45pm - $55 ($5.50 per session)
Club Sponsor: Mrs. Marta - Room 203
Come learn different styles of dance in Spanish! The first 4 weeks, students will learn flamenco, and for the rest of the semester, they will learn a modern style of dance.
Students should bring comfortable clothes.
Limited space: 10 students
- Arts and craft Club (PK2-PK3-PK4-K) - 4:00pm-5:00pm - $75 ($7.50 per session)
Club Sponsor: Mrs. Marielle - Room 206
Join me for an hour of creativity where children let their imagination run wild. The students will have exposure to many different art materials, and exposure to the different art mediums.
Please choose either Tuesdays or Thursdays
Robotics Club (3rd-5th) - 3:30pm-4:15pm - $100 ($10 per session)
Your child will learn teamwork and build self-confidence. They will design, build and prepare different robots, like LEGO MINDSTORMS® technologies and underwater robots (ROVs) in order to solve real world problems. This club will promote student involvement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). It also will prepare them to compete in a LEGO Mindstorms and Underwater robotics tournament.
- Languages Club (6th-12th) - Lunch time - $65
Club Sponsor: Mrs Karine - Room 503
The goals of the Languages club is to have fun, learn more about the French, Spanish and Chinese languages, trying to gain outstanding recognition for our education at BRIS.
The club will also vote for offices, have meeting discussing convention.
- Storytelling and craft Club (PK2-PK3-PK4-K) - 4:00pm-5:00pm - $75 ($7.50 per session)
Storytelling is a great way to improve children's oral fluency. Children will listen to French stories and will build crafts related to the story and the characters.
Please choose either Tuesdays or Thursdays
- Basketball Club (3rd-12th) - 3:30pm-4:15pm - $65 ($6.50 per session)
Club Sponsor: M. Abraham -Basketball Court
Basketball club will develop and strengthen individual basketball skills. Your child will build character and develop sportsmanship and teamwork through sports like basketball.
Brownies Girls Scout Club (2nd-3rd) - 4:00pm-5:15pm - $55 ($5.50 per session)
2nd Friday of the month
Club Sponsor: M. David Brown - Room 204
As a Brownie, your girls might:
- expand her circle of friends in a troop
- have fun learning all kinds of new skills as she earns badges
- do a project that makes a difference in her community (and beyond) as part of a Girl Scout Leadership Journey
- bond with her friends as she sells cookies
- explore nature and the outdoors
- STEAM Club (6th - 10th) - Wednesday & Friday - 12:00pm-12:30pm - $100 - Starts on January 22nd
Club Sponsor: Mrs Aareena - Room 307
STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art Mathematics) is an initiative taken by BRIS to provide with an opportunity to explore the process of creativity, critical thinking, innovation and inquiry. Students will have an opportunity to have a hands on experience of how things work. Different project work will be undertaken in all the threads of STEAM. From building rockets and catapults to investigating finger prints, students will have a platform to explore their Scientist, Artist and Techie.
- Mu Alpha Theta Club (9th-12th) - Tuesday & Wednesday - Lunch time - $80
Club Sponsor: Mrs Crystal - Room 400
The focus of the club throughout the year will be on preparation for the Convention (last week of March), along with increasing Advanced Mathematical Skills, speed, and fluency. There are many ways to participate in Convention. The club will be designing a Banner, a Scrapbook, a Video, and a T-Shirt; all of which will be judged at Convention.
Graduating Seniors will receive a Mu Alpha Theta patch to place on their Graduation Stole, along with a Medallion. Attending Convention is strongly encouraged, but not required.