NOTE: For health and safety reasons, Extended Care and ECAs are temporarily running differently than in years past.
TNCS offers a range of extracurricular activities (ECAs) after the school day is over. Enrollment is optional. ECAs are offered on a quarterly basis.
After Care as well as non–After Care students are welcome to register for extracurricular activities. For the 2021–2022 school year, After Care Clubs are included in the price of After Care; specialty activities require an additional fee.
After-School Extracurricular Activities—more ways to have fun and keep learning!
Important Information: 2021–2022 Extracurricular Activities
- Activities run quarterly, on school days only (no holidays or inclement weather days).
- You may register for future quarters at any time. Payment is made through FACTS.
- ECAs are led either by TNCS staff or by trusted third-party providers. Fees for specialty activities vary by activity.
- Age and grade restrictions also vary by activity. While some activities are available for children as young as age 4, most ECAs are geared toward Elementary and Middle School students in Grades K–8.
- ECAs start at 3:45 pm, just after regular dismissal.
- For the 2021–2022 school year, After Care Clubs are included in the price of After Care. Non–After Care families may enroll in After Care Clubs for a fee ($125 per quarter for clubs that meet once per week and $250 per quarter for clubs that meet twice per week.)
- Specialty ECAs, such as Modern Masters, are priced by activity. A discount may be applied to After Care families.
- When we are able to offer offsite programs, TNCS provides transportation to partner organizations.
- ECAs must meet a minimum enrollment to run, and TNCS may cancel an ECA at any time due to low enrollment. In the event an ECA is canceled, you will receive a refund for the canceled portion.
At a Glance: 2021–2022 After Care Clubs & Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular Activities start the second week of school beginning September 6, 2021.
|Girls On the Run||3rd–5th||Θ||MW|
|Girls On the Run||6th–8th||Θ||MW|
|Walking Fells Point||2nd–8th||Θ||M|
|Board Game Club||K–5th||Θ||W|
|Computer Coding Club||2nd–8th||Θ||M–F|
|Jewelry Making Club||2nd–5th||Θ||W|
|Historic Preservation Club||3rd–5th||Θ||Th|
*This activity has an additional fee for After Care students.
Limited Virtual ECAs Available
Extracurricular Program Descriptions
Board Game Club
About Board Game Club
About Book Club
Explore new books. Students discuss their readings over the week and collect book recommendations from their classmates!
Girls on the Run Heart & Sole
About Girls on the Run Heart & Sole
Girls on the Run is an evidence based, physical activity based program for students who identify as female or non-binary.
During the program, students learn specific strategies and skills for emotion management, helping others, making intentional decisions, and resolving conflict.
About Handcraft Club
Students utilize their creativity to make handcrafted items!
Historic Preservation Club
About the Historic Preservation Club
The Historic Preservation Club helps students understand how history is passed down and transmitted from generation to generation.
About Modern Masters
Q1: Mail Art & More!
Mail Art is a movement of art, which involves sending small scale works of art through the Post office. Given the recent pandemic and limitations on seeing people in person, it brought to mind days gone by. Days when the post was so important for connection and communication with loved ones. Mail Art will explore the idea of connecting with others through mail and art. Students in this class will create a variety of pieces of art that can be viewed on their own as “art” or mailed to a loved one or pen pal. Students will explore different themes each week and will use a variety of materials to create a “mailable” work of art. Materials may include collage, acrylic paints, colored pencils, mixed media, print making and more.
Q2: Pop Art
Students in this class will explore the art of Wayne Thiebaud, Jasper Johns, Keith Herring, Andy Warhol and more. Projects may include creating a desert themed work of art, Painting in the style of Jasper Johns, Action Art based on Keith Herring and more! Materials may include: Painting, Sculpture, Paper Mache’, Drawing, and more.
>h4>Q3 : Contemporary Kids Returns
This class will explore the works of contemporary artists such as:
Douglas Coupland, Kara Walker, Samuel Bak, George Baselitz, and others. Students will try experimenting with a variety of techniques and materials. Will have fun drawing images upside down, creating silhouettes, landscapes and more. Materials may include drawing materials, painting, photography, chalk, and cut paper.
Q4: Monumental Movements from around the World
This class will look at lesser known, yet significant, art movements from around the globe. They may include movements in Brazil, France, Mexico, and the United States (among others). Projects will be designed to explore the power of art in making change. Students will be encouraged to bring their personal views and values to their creations in a new way. Materials may include painting (acrylic, watercolor), mixed media on canvas, magazine transfers, charcoal drawing, and more.
About STEM Club
This club helps students explore the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math!
Walk around beautiful Fells Point, learning about the history and locations of important places around our school!
About Yearbook Club
Students use technology and their own creative skills to complete sections for TNCS’s 2021–2022 Yearbook!