After School Enrichment

Overview

Welcome to the ASE Program
A Message from Director Joy Pangilinan Kronemeyer

Due to COVID-19, ASE offerings for the 2021-22 school will be different than a typical year. Information is available to parents in CavNET.

During our After-School Enrichment (ASE) program, you'll often hear "1, 2, 3, eyes on me." You’ll also see campers running to the Big Toy as they begin to play Hot Lava Monster or Banana Tag with our energetic counselors. As you pass by the multi-purpose room, you'll see the theater class learning new improvisation games while the hip hop class is going over the pop and lock routine to prepare for their big performance. This is my happy place.

Due to COVID-19, ASE offerings for the 2021-22 school will be different than a typical year. Information is available to parents in CavNET.

During our After-School Enrichment (ASE) program, you’ll often hear “1, 2, 3, eyes on me.” You’ll also see campers running to the Big Toy as they begin to play Hot Lava Monster or Banana Tag with our energetic counselors. As you pass by the multi-purpose room, you’ll see the theater class learning new improvisation games while the hip hop class is going over the pop and lock routine to prepare for their big performance. This is my happy place.

In Country Day’s ASE program I strive to create a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade that inspires self-expression, encourages healthy relationships, and personal growth.

The ASE program gives students the opportunity to pursue creative, intellectual, physical and social interests. When class is dismissed, students are able to work quietly in Study Hall, learn in Enrichment Classes, and exercise and socialize in Camp. The academic day can be rigorous and intense for some students, and sitting quietly at a picnic table with a good book or conversing with a friend or counselor is fine.

I treasure witnessing special moments as children continue to attend our ASE program year after year: seeing a child make his or her first shot during a game of knock out, witnessing conflict resolution without adult mediation, noting an older camper helping a younger friend through a difficult transition, and so much more.

Small groups and class sizes keep your child focused and challenged after school. Our specialty classes range from yoga and robotics to cooking and creative writing. Our counselors are well-rounded high school and college students who enjoy planning and organizing activities suited for each age group. Our ASE teachers are often part of the school day program at Country Day. Those who we bring in from outside the school are highly qualified and experienced in the art of working with young people. 

The biggest compliments my counselors and I receive are if your child refuses to leave camp, goes home dirty and smiling, or even sleeps through dinner! Please stop by and see the wonderful community we’ve created for your children. 

All the best, 

Joy Pangilinan Kronemeyer
Director of After-School Enrichment and Summer Programs

 

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ASE Logistics for 2021-22

Sacramento Country Day School is excited to have ASE back on campus this year. Please know that we are working hard to get your students back on campus for ASE and run our program as safely as possible. For the 2021-22 school year, ASE will be modified for COVID-19.

For full program details, please log-in to CavNET and read the ASE Brochure on the Back-to-School Packet Resources Board.

Photo gallery

ASE Slide Show

Click here to learn more about Country Day’s ASE program. You can see students in action in the After School Enrichment program and learn more about the many specialty classes that are offered after school at Country Day. These class include Robotics, Abstract Art, Hip Hop, Tae Kwon Do, Chess Club, ASE Theater, Makerspace, Cooking, Creative Writing and many others. Private music lessons are also available for students in brass, flute, percussion, piano, violin, viola, and woodwind instruments.