After School Activities
Girls on the Run
Girls On The Run is more than just a running program for girls in third, fourth, or fifth grade. Girls on the Run (GOTR) focuses on reaching their end-of-the-season goal which is to run a 5K race. However, GOTR also focuses on having a healthy mind and body, and making good choices for you.
Practices are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 – 5:00 PM. Our first practice is on Tuesday, March 19 and our last is on Thursday, May 16. Our 5K will be on Saturday, May 18 at Heritage Landing.
Learn more about the Girls on the Run organization here.
Skill City is our after school tutoring program that is offered at Three Oaks Public School Academy. Skill City runs in four-week sessions. Students are given a snack and then go to their classrooms for instruction from 3:30-4:30 PM. Teachers work with groups of no more than eight students in a group. At the end of the first two weeks of school, and each subsequent grading period, any student who is not making satisfactory progress in a core subject—Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies—will be required to attend Skill City for academic support.
For grades K and 1, the focus is on developing the skills they need to be successful in their grades- recognizing numbers, letters, letter sounds, sight words, math facts, etc. Grades 2-5 focus on Scantron goals. A teacher must recommend K and 1 Skill City students to the group while grades 2-5 have to score a certain number in Scantron. Each student’s progress will be reviewed weekly to determine if academic support is still necessary. Transportation home is provided.
Three Oaks Elementary Basketball Program
This program is designed to teach elementary students the basic skills, fundamentals, and rules of basketball. The main emphasis will be to have fun and learn. Competition along with sportsmanship will also be stressed. Games will be played in a regulation gym with regulation basket heights. Fundamentals, adherence to rules or the games, and sportsmanship will be emphasized by game officials.
Teams will have no more than 15 players, but if there are more than 15 students interested and registered, an addition team will be implemented. Each team will play five games before entering into tournament play. Non-tournament games are officiated in a way that allows the players to make mistakes and learn in the process. The tournament play officiating will be slightly tougher.
Registration will be held from in late January and will proceed until the season is over. Registration fees are required before a player can participate in a game. Registration forms, participations guides, and game schedules will be forwarded from the league office prior to the beginning of the season.
|WHO:||All 4th and 5th grade boys and girls. Teams are based upon demand for participation. Kindergarten, first and second graders will be given to opportunity to participate in outside programs such as the local YMCA basketball program Hoop City. Information about these programs is distributed periodically throughout the year.|
|WHERE:||All games will be at Muskegon High School and practices will be held at Three Oaks. Game times vary but practices are Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:15 to 5:00 PM.|
|WHEN:||Program will begin in October and go through March.
There will be three weekday practices and one game per week.
Games will be played Saturday mornings.
|COST:||Registration fee: $25.00|
**Coaches are sometimes needed for this program! If you are interested in coaching or helping in any way, please let the athletic coordinator know prior to the start of the season. For more information, please call our school office at 231-767-3365.