Introducing: Hillcrest Club House


Attention Bussers and Parents


             Hillcrest has developed an exciting new after school program designed specifically for our after school friends. Clubs will be held Monday through Friday at the end of the day.              Each club will be 45 minutes to 1 hour and end no later than 5:30pm. Below is a detailed description of each club.


             Drama Club- Calling all Actors & Actresses!

This club will get the children active in all aspects of producing a play, from acting to set and costume designing. The children will spend time preparing for their “opening night.” We will invite the parents and families to come and watch the finished product.


Game Club-

Chess, backgammon, mancala, and checkers are just some of the games the children will be learning. The children will then choose their favorite game and mini-tournaments will be held. Be prepared to help the children polish their skills at home. This could prove to be the Hillcrest Game Olympics.


             Nintendo Wii Sports Club –

Anyone familiar with the Wii will enjoy Wii sports. Work on your tennis serve or hitting that baseball out of the park. Train to be a boxing legend or be the next Tiger woods. The children will be able train and compete and become a “Wii Pro” while staying active.


             Cheerleading Club –

We are lucky enough to have a former cheerleader on staff at Hillcrest. She will use her experience to teach the children popular cheers and the movements that go with them. They will learn timing, presentation, memorization and teamwork. Many college teams have male cheerleaders so boys are welcome too.


                 Sports Club -

The children will learn about several different sports, such as, soccer, softball, kickball, volleyball and basketball. The proper rules and regulations will be taught in a fun and interesting way. They will learn how to win graciously and lose with dignity.         


                 Photography/Journalism Club-

Your child will learn the in and outs of taking a good picture and putting it together with an interesting story. The subject matter will be a collaborative effort between the journalist and the editor.  The editor is very good about helping the staff with their stories. There will be a paper produced two times during the year.


             Our clubs are open to all Bussers ages 5 and up. Please let us know if you have a special skill that you think one of our clubs could benefit from. We welcome all parent participation.


             ** Any Busser that only needs care during the 2010/2011 school year for holiday breaks can register in September for only $35.00. As the holidays approach, you can enroll your child and pay for only the days you need.                                                                                                                   

All clubs are subject to change and availability.