Lincoln students have access to a rich variety of after-school programs that include art, theater, movement, team building, STEAM activities, foreign language classes and more. The PTSA helps coordinate vendors each semester and manages a fund dedicated to offering financial assistance to families.
Programs run Monday through Thursday, starting at the end of the school day. Session lengths, registration info, fees, calendars, and all other relevant information is handled directly by each vendor. For more information about a specific program, please visit the website and reach out to the vendor directly.
To learn more about financial assistance, to volunteer time or contribute suggestions, please reach out to our PTSA volunteer enrichment coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once approved for assistance, parents must register and enroll their student through the program vendor in order to attend classes.
For questions, suggestions or to volunteer, please reach out to our PSTA enrichment coordinator email@example.com. To learn more about financial assistance for after school programs email firstname.lastname@example.org. Once approved for assistance, parents must register and enroll their student through the program vendor in order to attend classes.
Check the calendar below for the current enrichment schedule.
Come learn how to sculpt, paint and make crafts from award winning artists! From your favorite animated characters to jewelry for girls and boys, we will make art you love! We believe art builds confidence, critical thinking/problem solving skills and self-esteem. Come join us. Make friends. Make art! Classes generally run for 12 weeks. To enroll visit Art for Life registration page
Bricks 4 Kids are hands-on classes where students use architecture and engineering principles to learn concepts across a variety of subjects using LEGO bricks, Motors and Battery packs. Our theme based kits motivate children by enforcing STEM based principles while enhancing creativity, self-esteem, improving fine motor skills, and teaching teamwork. For more information email email@example.com or call 303-997-6809. To enroll visit Brick 4 Kids registration page
Fitness, Flexibility and Fun: this class will focus on beginner tumbling skills, such as balance, flexibility, rolls, backbends, handstands and cartwheels. To enroll visit the Creative Dance Kids registration page
Over a period of 10-12 weeks, girls in the 3rd- 6th grade participate in an after-school program like no other. Designed to allow every girl to recognize her inner strength, the Girls on the Run curriculum inspires girls to define their lives on their own terms. Throughout the season, the girls make new friends, build their confidence and celebrate all that makes them unique. At the end of each session, the girls participate in a 5K run. Completing the 5K gives the girls a tangible understanding of the confidence that comes through accomplishment, as well as a framework for setting and achieving life goals. For more information and to register your child, visit their website, Girls on the Run of the Rockies.
The PALS chess curriculum, developed by former scholastic National Champion and two-time Colorado State Chess Champion, Lior Lapid, focuses on enhancing character, self-esteem, sportsmanship, teamwork and critical-thinking skills. Best of all, Ligor makes chess tons of fun for kids. Students work in teams on creative challenges, like chess puzzles and “chessercises”. Over the course of a semester, children learn the most important checkmating patterns, opening fundamentals, middlegame strategy and tactics, and basic endgame techniques, while building skill sets that can be applied far beyond the chess board. To ensure an effective and comfortable learning environment, our teaching style incorporates motivational and engaging storytelling, funny chess anecdotes, and interactive chess lessons. Check out PALS and enroll in Lincoln’s chess club here.
Soccer Shots at Lincoln is an engaging children’s soccer program for K-3rd grade with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, curriculum and communication. Meet us on the Lincoln field. Enroll here.
Sound Formation’s piano curriculum incorporates specialized games, harmonic and rhythmic ear training, and learning songs. Every student has their own keyboard and headphones in class and is instructed on a variety of additional instruments. The learning environment is extremely fun, engaging, and upbeat. To enroll visit Sound Formation registration
Sarah Pezoa is a licensed Colorado teacher with two masters degrees and over 25 years of teaching experience. Sarah has taught preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, elementary reading intervention and English as a second language, special education, mom-tot Spanish and Musikgarten, and Spanish as a second language Pre-K through 5th grade, as well as offered private Spanish lessons. Her Spanish classes make the language learning fun and accessible through repetition and a relaxed atmosphere full of music and games and hands-on materials. Classes generally run for 11 weeks in the fall, winter and spring. For more information visit https://www.senorapezoaspanish.com/. To enroll visit Spanish registration link
In Sticky Fingers cooking classes, Lincoln students prepare and eat healthy, globally-inspired recipes while learning to cook in a fun, engaging way. Children will practice safe chopping, measuring and mixing skills; use a wide array of cooking utensils; and create recipes from fresh ingredients. Tasty recipes will be created during each class that will turn even the pickiest eaters into avid food explorers. To register your child and learn more, visit Sticky Fingers Cooking. Classes generally run for 10-12 sessions in the fall and spring semester.
Lincoln’s Shakespeare Club auditions are open to 4th – 6th graders starting in January each year. Student participants meet on Thursdays after school from mid-January through mid-April for a total of 10-12 meetings, with the culmination of their hard work being the opportunity to participate in the DPS Shakespeare Festival at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The DPS Shakespeare Festival is the oldest and largest student Shakespeare Festival in the country. We love participating in this event and are always proud of the wonderful performances our students produce! Click here to learn more: http://shakespeare.dpsk12.org/
we are working with our Gifted and Talented teacher to organize academic clubs. If you are interested in volunteering to help with Spelling, Math or Science team, please contact our enrichment coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org