• After-school programs at LaSalle Prep will be starting up shortly and we have a lot of great options to choose from this year! Some programs include: Phys. Ed. Club, Chess Club, Fitness Club, Whiffle Ball, Homework Help, Cursive Club, Beauty & Brains, and School Store. Please make sure to return a 21st Century application to your homebase teacher or to Mr. Gall in room 106 as soon as possible. You will not be allowed to attend any after school clubs until this permission slip is signed and returned! Please see Mr. Gall if you have any questions! Thank you :)

     

    Clubs Offered

     

    NOTE: Not all clubs listed will be offered. Final club offerings will be based on student interest and enrollment.

    Club Information

    Monday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Walking & Health Club (Mrs. Franke: Rm. 301)

    We walk, we talk, we listen to music, we make friends, we bring friends, we have snacks! We will also be learning about fun, healthy topics and watching health videos/movies. Activities, discussion, snacks, movies!

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Sports Talk (Mr. Yarger: Rm. 220B)

    Sports Talk will give kids the opportunity to talk with their friends and fellow classmates about all the hot topics in the sports world. This also gives them a chance to formulate thought and debate their opinions in a professional and friendly manner.

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Phys. Ed. Club (Mr. DeRosa & Mr. Rotundo: First Floor Gym)

    Students will learn the basic rules, skills, and game play of table tennis and badminton in a fun and safe environment. Students will also be introduced to weight training and life-long fitness activities.

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Video Game Club (Mrs. Kulbago: Rm. Library)

    Enjoy playing video games?  We have a bunch of different systems and games to work with.  Don't be sus, check us out!

     

     

    2:30-3:30

    LPS School Store (Mr. Laurrie: Rm. 302)

    Let's get an LPS school store up and running! As a member of the team, you will be responsible for running the store at your scheduled time to help your classmates stay organized with supplies and stylish with LaSalle Prep merchandise!

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Chess Club (Mr. Ennett: Remote)

    Interested students will learn to play chess casually and competitively.  Students of all skill levels are welcome to attend!

     

    2:30-3:30

     

    Robotics (Mr. McGrath & Mr. Wisniewski: Rm. 119)

    This club teaches students about designing and building a robot. We are already full and cannot take any new students at this time.

    2:30-5:00

     

    2:30-5:00

    Cursive Club (Mrs. Sperry: Rm. 311)

    This club will help students to learn or improve their cursive handwriting. It is not a lost art!

    2:30-3:30

     

     

    Happiness Club (Mrs. Sperry: Rm. 311)

    This Club is based on positive psychology and will improve student well-being.

     

     

    2:30-3:30

    Book Club (Mrs. Sperry: Remote)

    This club will read a book chosen by students with engaging activities.

     

    2:30-3:30

     

    DIY Craft Club (Miss Lutey: Rm. 312)

    Do you like to design and create your own things to use? Well DIY craft club might just be for you! In the DIY craft club, we will look for items to make on our own, to keep for ourselves, or even brighten someone's day with a surprise gift!

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Beauty and Brains (Mrs. Clark & Miss DalPorto: Rm. 201)

    The club is intended for girls; however, it will welcome anyone! The club involves coding, making beauty products, guest speakers, and the exploration of different career options in STEM.

    2:30-3:30

    2:30-3:20

    2:30-3:30

    Fitness Club (Mr. Speidel: Second Floor Gym)

    Students will work on a variety of activities including running, core, stretching, games. etc. The main focus will be on exercising in different ways each week. We will usually end with a game/sport of some sort.

     

     

    2:30-3:30

    Sign Language 101 (Miss Battaglia: Rm. 220B)

    Sign Language 101 is a club bringing students together to begin learning the basics of American Sign Language. We will review colors, numbers, ABCs, finger spelling, as well as common phrases/words.

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Whiffle Ball (Mr. Dean: Rm. TBD)

    A place to have fun, meet new people, and understand the concept of good sportsmanship and fair play.

    2:30-3:30

     

    2:30-3:30

    Technology Club (Mr. Teoli: Rm. 114)

    Reinforce technology learning materials and expand students' knowledge of technology.

    2:30-3:30

    2:30-3:20

    2:30-3:30

    Homework Help (Mr. Strangio: Rm. 319)

    Homework Club will provide more individual attention for students who need help with topics they may be struggling with in class.

    2:30-3:30

    2:30-3:20

    2:30-3:30

    Algebra Help (Mrs. Touma: Rm. 207)

    Homework help or review of algebra topics for students with extra questions.

    2:30-3:30