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Afternoon Program 2019/20

The Afternoon-Program is included in tuition and takes place Monday through Friday from 1:40 to 3:10 pm. During the afternoon course registration period, you can sign up your child for a variety of courses on this page.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

> Course Descriptions (2019/20) for grades 1 through 4

SCHÜLER EXPERIMENTIEREN: Parents of students who have been selected by their science teacher for the SchüEx Afternoon Course have been informed by email before Summer Break. Therefore, the course is closed and it is not possible to sign up for it online.

THE REGISTRATION WILL BE OPEN HERE FROM AUGUST 1ST THROUGH THE 16TH, 2019.

In order for a course to take place, there needs to be a minimum of in general 12 participants. In cases where more than the maximum number of participants is registered for a course, a drawing will decide which participants get a spot in that course and which are going to be placed in a different course. If there are enough teachers available a second group for that course will be created. In order to provide equal opportunities the chronological order in which participants registered is not taken into account.

1. CONTACT:

If you have any questions concerning the Afternoon Program, please contact Dunja Baker dbaker@giswashington.org.

2. STARTING DATES AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

At the Elementary School, we start on the first day of school, Thursday Ausgust 22, 2019, with “Supervision and Homework Studies” for all students who are taking part in the afternoon program. All elected afternoon program courses will begin on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019.

3. REMEDIAL COURSES AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

All courses will take place throughout the entire school year (no changes after the first semester). Courses can only be offered, if a minimum of twelve students is registered.

We look forward to a great school year and an exciting Afternoon Program!

Dunja Baker

dbaker@giswashington.org

 

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