Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT
Friday, December 15, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST

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SFA at First Presbyterian 
1328 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

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Katie Patterson, Director 
School of Fine Arts 

SFA After-School Enrichment Classes at First Presbyterian

Classes meet after Lunch Bunch 1:10-2:10 starting Sept. 5th

All students must have turned 3 years old by September 1st

Registration is contingent on student being registered for Extended-Day Pre-K or Lunch Bunch at FPP

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3’s and up

The Art of Printmaking with Ms. Julie

Tumbling with Ms. Amanda

Build-A-Brain through Music with Ms. Allegra

Pre-K and K only

Creative Writing and Games with Ms. Kristen and Ms. Lori Beth


3’s and up

Sports with Ms. Amanda


ABC’s and Games with Ms. Kristen


Pre-K and K

Cooking and Etiquette with Ms. Jeni

Prima Ballerinas with Ms. Lori Beth 


3’s and up

Sports with Ms. Amanda

Ballet with Ms. Lori Beth

Pre-K and K :

Veteran Van Goghs-Art with Ms. Julie

Math & Science with Ms. Krsiten


3’s and up

Build-A-Brain through Music with Ms. Allegra

Tumbling with Ms. Amanda

Yoga with Ms. Lori Beth

4’s and older:

Fun with Math & Science with Ms. Kristen

ABC's, stories, and games for 3's: In this class, students will participate in early literacy games and activities. Students will actively be engaged in the learning process as they are thinking and doing! They will be practicing and developing letter knowledge along with rhyming and sequencing.  The class will also participate in letter recognition games, as well as reading stories and journaling about the story.  The children will make a folder to collect all their work they have done throughout the class.  Taught by Ms. Kristen 

Build-a-Brain Through Music: Light up neural pathways and develop analytic, cognitive, language, and reasoning skills through music training with group song and play, musical notation, ear training,s imple rhythms, and spontaneous personal song creation. (Endorhphins, improved sleep and immune functions provided at no extra charge.) This class is taught by Mrs. Allegra Whitney

Explorations in 3-Dimensional Art: This art class explores the mediums of clay, paper mache, wood, and more. This is a hands-on class which will encourage students to work on long-term, 3D projects. This class is taught by Mrs. Julie Grant-Brown.

Exploration in Stories, Writing, and Drawing--Pre-K and Kindergarten: The participants in this class will explore books written by the author Mo Willems.  Students will practice writing and drawing pictures related to the story that has been read in class.  Children will be encouraged to use their drawing and early creative writing skills suitable for the Pre-K and Kindergarten student. Journals as well as other resources will be used during this class. A short play will be performed on the final day of the class.  This class is taught by Ms. Lori and Ms. Kristen

Fun with Math and Science—Pre-K and Kindergarten: In this class, students learn basic scientific and math facts in a fun, creative, learning environment with teacher, Ms. Kristen. The children will develop their measuring, predicting, observing, and classifying skills while participating in various learning activities and simple experiments.  Baking soda, shaving cream, and food coloring are a few of the things the students will experiment with.  The children will get dirty in this class! 

Prima Ballerinas: This class will introduce your child to the basic ballet vocabulary as well as the French terms used in a structured yet fun setting. Simple coordination, balance, strength exercises for the core, musicality, rhythm and concentration will be emphasized. Students are encouraged to explore space and enjoy dancing and interacting. Taught by Ms. Lori Beth Green.

Sports: The Sports class enpowers children, ages 3 to 6 as they learn the rules and fundamentals of various sports. Confidence soars as our children develop skills such as passing, catching, hitting, kicking, jumping, throwing, etc. while learning to play baseball. football, soccer, basketball, golf, tennis, and more! The curriculum for each sport includes exercise and fitness training, basic rules and definitions and skill drills.

Super Friends: In this superhero themed group, children will learn how to interact with others in a positive manner by practicing basic social skills. They will add badges to their superhero cape as we focus on empathy, listening, sharing, taking turns, and more! Children will be encouraged to express their emotions and incorporate their newly learned skills through games, art and other activities. Led by Play Therapists at FPP, Mackenzie and Ashley.

Tumbling: Tumblers stretch, jump, and roll! Imrpove balance and flexibility while having a great time with Mrs. Amanda McSeveney.