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Registration ended on Friday March 18, 2016 at 12:00 PM

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Monday


Activity LeaderActivityTimeCostLocationLimitationsDescription
Eden Fetwi

Online Math Games (Monday)03:30:000E-01115Please come and play online math and logic games alone or with friends and also teach your friends how to play the games that you know.
Martha Hizkias

Lego Fun 03:30:000E-04212It helps students to develop their creativity and social skill.
Selam Tesfaye

Enjoy Origami03:30:000U-0078Origami is a paper folding activity. Creating animals, birds, fish, geometric shapes, puppets, toys and masks that even very young children can learn to make in just one sitting.
Lensa Gezahegn

Pop-Up Book03:30:000E-04512Students will be creating various pop-up cards and books. This activity requires following instructions. It boosts their creativity and following certain instructions helps them focus on details. Thinking of recipients of their cards builds lots of gratitude and love along the way. PLUS IT IS FUN!!!
Victoria Merkel

Zelalem Beka

Little Hollywood03:30:000EC4A16Calling all future stars… Lets put on a show! We will choose a story, make a background, and create dances and a script. On the last day, we will invite other kids and our families to come and watch us perform. Ms. Zelalem is going to share her expertise in drama... and Ms. Victoria is ready to have fun. Come get your Hollywood on!
Addisu Hurgessa

Tae Kwon Do (Monday)03:30:00500MPR18This activity is for students at the beginner level in grades 1-2 who want to learn Taekwondo, or need to complete their white belt from previous years. Taekwondo at ICS is only taught as an introduction to the sport. If you wish to be proficient in TKD, please arrange private lessons at a TKD Club in Addis.
Samson Bahiru

Girmay Assefa

Gymnastics (Monday)03:30:000Mezzanine18Come learn and practice how to control your body in gymnastics! We will jump, roll, tumble and twist! Please bring your gymnastics outfit for this ASA.
Joshua Lancher

Meghan Hardy

Pick an Instrument03:30:000G120204th grade students will play a variety of instruments offered in 5th grade band.
Yohannes Ashenafi

Ato Abraham Solomon

Tennis G103:30:000Tennis Court20Students will learn the basics of tennis: forehand, backhand, volley, serve and how to keep score. We will emphasize teamwork, sportsmanship and personal best.
Khushali Vaghela

Creative Dance03:30:000ES Covered Area20Ways to get students to enhance personality by dancing in different moves. Includes warm exercise, Indian Bollywood dance, contemporary fun style dancing and more. Increases your concentration, co-ordination and body gesture. Also enjoy Stage Performance!
Fasika Adefris

Lets learn Fidel03:30:000U-00512This ASA will help students to identify fidels and to make some words and sentences.
John Gaston

BAM! Boys Advocacy and Mentoring03:30:000ES Counseling Office 8We believe in the ability of boys to be healthy, happy individuals who are positive contributors to community and family life. We recognize and support what is natural about boys’ behavior and realize the necessity of helping boys to connect more with themselves and others.

Tuesday


Activity LeaderActivityTimeCostLocationLimitationsDescription
Beza Gezahegn

Soccer03:30:000G1 Soccer Pitch12Students will learn different techniques of soccer while they are having fun.
Rianne Anderson

Art Makers03:30:000E-04412Come explore various art techniques and materials with us in this exciting ASA. We will be painting, sculpting, making collages and more!
Kristin Pipho

Creating a Garden03:30:000E-04220We will explore what makes a successful garden, where and what to plant.
Lelise Tesfaye

Reading, writing & illustrating short stories03:30:000E-05012Reading short stories with pictures is fun; being able to write your own story and creating illustrations is more fun.
Bezabeh Tesfaye

Kung Fu03:30:000MPR14Kung Fu is important for quick mental and physical development. Ato Bezabeh is an experienced Kung Fu instructor and will lead students in this self-defense class for children.
Pascaline Dacharry

Drama03:30:000E-00215Lets improvise and have fun.
Sarah Shafer

Legos and Construction03:30:000EC4B12Come build and construct with Legos, Magna-tiles, blocks, and other construction materials.
Florence Carrano

Global Awareness Issues Network (GAIN)03:30:000TBD10Are you excited about becoming a middle school student next year? Want to get your feet wet—by joining a middle school ASA that wants to make a difference in the world? Join us and "be the change!" We will be exploring issues of global importance and then doing our part to create change.
Jill Fenn

Knit Wits 203:30:000C-01710In this ASA, students should be fairly comfortable knitting, purling, casting-on and -off. This ASA will be a continuation of the previous Knit Wits ASA. Students will learn to read patterns.
Helen Iglar

Drawing Studio03:30:000U-00414Raise your drawing skills to a whole new level! Have you ever wanted to be good at drawing animals, cartoons, skyscrapers or monsters? This is your chance to learn new techniques and improve your skills through guided instruction and practice.

Thursday


Activity LeaderActivityTimeCostLocationLimitationsDescription
Girmay Assefa

Samson Bahiru

Gymnastics (Thursday)03:30:000Mezzanine18Come learn and practice how to control your body in gymnastics! We will jump, roll, tumble and twist! Please bring your gymnastics outfit for this ASA.
Endale Abera

Mesfin Wagaye

Tennis03:30:000Tennis Court25Students learn the basics of tennis: forehand, backhand, volley, serve and how to keep score. We will emphasize teamwork, sportsmanship & personal best.
Bezabeh Tesfaye

Kung Fu03:30:000MPR14Kung Fu is important for quick mental and physical development. Ato Bezabeh is an experienced Kung Fu instructor and will lead students in this self-defense class.
Jessica Ream

Destination Imagination03:30:000E-0517Use Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) principles to solve instant challenges on a team expressing your creativity and learning how to problem solve on your feet. Look at the website www.idodi.org to learn more about the program!
Monica Zarazua

Z Force Writers Club03:30:000C-01720The Z Force Writers Club is the place to share what you are working on (stories, poems etc.) Talk about what you hope to create/write/ and encourage/share/motivate!
Bereket Melaku

Spelling Bee Club03:30:000C-02112Get together and engage in a variety of fun activities helping students grow as spellers as well as join a "Spelling Bee contest" among the club members.
Hiwot Assefa

Ethiopian Traditional Dances03:30:000ES Covered Area12An opportunity to learn and enjoy some of the Ethiopian traditional dances. You can even bring various Ethiopian traditional outfits that go with the specific session.
Kidist Getaneh

Paper plane, Origami03:30:000E-01010Origami helps develop creativity & imagination. Students will have their own booklet with techniques and ways of making different paper planes by the end of the season.
Meron Kifle

Karaoke03:30:000C-025 12You will have the opportunity to sing along with your favorite song. Come lets sing together and have fun.
Elizabeth Ramey

Hip-Hop Youth03:30:000TBD15This activity, led by a G12 student, Seema is where the basics of hip-hop dance will be taught. No previous experience needed. Wear comfortable clothes!
Carolyn Acorn

Recorder Ensemble03:30:000E-02212Learn new notes, rhythms and songs on the recorder.
Maria Hewitt

Walking Club03:30:000Hallway20Do you want to get up and moving but do not know where to start? Join us after school with comfortable clothes, shoes and water bottles. Parents are welcome to join.
Jessica Caso

Creative Puppets and Performances03:30:000E-05212Students will work together to write/adapt small plays and stories and create finger/hand puppets with which to act out the play for each other. Emphasis will be on creativity in writing, meaningful dialogue, crafting puppets using basic craft materials, and performance skills.
Sarah Silver

Fitness and Fun03:30:000G1 Soccer Pitch16A student-led, teacher supervised CAS (HS Community Action Service) project in which children are able to be active and have fun after school.
Eyerusalem Kifle

Zumba for Kids03:30:000U-0038Students will get a chance to work their bodies while learning how to dance and have a great fun.

Friday


Activity LeaderActivityTimeCostLocationLimitationsDescription
Netsanet Abebe

Zelalem Gizaw

Basketball03:30:000GYM25Students will learn the basic skills and rules of basketball.
Samson Bahiru

Gymnastics (Friday)03:30:000Mezzanine12Come learn and practice how to control your body in gymnastics! We will jump, roll, tumble and twist! Wear appropriate clothes for handstands and rumbling.
Addisu Hurgessa

Tae Kwon Do03:30:00500MPR18This activity is for students at the beginner level in grades 3-5 who want to learn Taekwondo, or need to complete their white belt from previous years. Taekwondo at ICS is only taught as an introduction to the sport. If you wish to be proficient in TKD, please arrange private lessons at a TKD Club in Addis.
Elias Negatu

Drawing with Steps 03:30:000E-00212Great illustrators are great story tellers. Our elementary students write great stories and illustrate with simple drawings. Their drawings tell as much as (if not more) their writings. Drawing and good penmanship are always a function of being able to draw basic shapes. I teach this skill !!! Come join me !!!
Yeshimebet Tadesse

Online Math Games 03:30:000C-01712Please come and play online math and logic games alone or with friends and also teach your friends how to play the games that you know.
Michael Ali

Upper Elementary Chess03:30:000E-00313This is a good opportunity for students who like strategy games. Though prior experience is not a must; students are advised to keep practicing at home (playing with parents and siblings, or on technology devices) in order to improve their skills. Depending on the number of students and skills, a mini-tournament may be organized.
Remi Baleydier

Capoeira Angola03:30:000ES Covered Area12Capoeira Angola is an Afro-Brazilian art form–a fluid, rhythmic martial art; a ritual; a dance of deceptive vulnerability, wit, and grace.
Raguel Lisanework

3D Houses Modeling03:30:000U-0048It is an amazing 3D house creation from leftover cardboard boxes and different art materials. At the end of the session, students will be able to understand basic 3D house modeling concepts, appreciate the value and knowledge in art related fields, familiarize with basic art elements /principles & functions in relation to construction activities and apply different media, methods and techniques in their 3D houses.
Wintana Hailemichael

Constructing with Building Materials 03:30:000U-00712The kids will be able to construct and build and be creative!
Elizabeth DePoy

Read Aloud Fun!03:30:000E-05012In this activity, the teacher will read one of her favorite picture books aloud to students. We will follow the reading each week with a fun craft, thematic activity, writing prompt, or game! This laid back, fun ASA would be great for any student who just loves a good story and books!
Kidist Tadesse

Math Activities03:30:000E-04412Students will be able to practice different mathematics activities. This ASA is designed to support students who would like to solidify their math understanding they develop during the regular classes by engaging with content through different learning modes.

Saturday


Activity LeaderActivityTimeCostLocationLimitationsDescription
Leulseged Assefa

CoderDojo10:00:000Secondary Computer Lab.7At CoderDojo young people between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment. In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. CoderDojo focuses on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.