Valley View’s Fall 2019

After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)

The mission of Valley View’s ASEP is to provide quality academic enrichment and recreational opportunities in a safe, caring environment to all students who wish to participate in the program.


Registration OPENS: Thursday, September 12th at 8:30 AM 

Registration CLOSES: Friday, September 20th at 12 NOON

Classes BEGIN: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

Steps to Register

1. Review the classes and schedules below.

2. Fill out the electronic registration form for each child: 

3. When you submit the registration form, you will automatically receive a link to the VVPC Shop page where you pay for the classes you selected for your child.

4. Please repeat this process for each child you would like to enroll.


Register and pay with the attached registration form and return it (along with a check and the signed waivers) to the white ASEP box in the front office.


Late Registrations will NOT be accepted. Registrations are non-refundable (no exceptions). 

 If you have any questions about Valley View After School Enrichment Classes, please contact the Enrichment Volunteer Team at or by calling,  texting,  emailing  Sara Webb-Schmitz: or (415) 602-9944.

For classes open to grades K-3, students will have a supervised snack break between regular dismissal (2:20 PM on T/TH/F or 1:45 PM on Wed) and the start of an ASEP class. All Child Watch volunteers have passed the District fingerprint and background check process & are badged. 


We need Child Watch Volunteers! Earn a class for your child!

Contact Sara Webb-Schmitz at- or (415) 602-9944

Scholarships are available! For more info, email or call (510) 499-2244

Class Descriptions:

Chess Wizards (Tuesdays, Grades K-6) $110

Ready to make new friends and amaze your parents with your brain power?  Join Chess Wizards! If you’re brand new to Chess, you’ll learn the basics and if you’re a seasoned checkmate artist, your increase your creativity on the chess board.  Chess Wizards challenges students to think ahead, visualize their goals, treat others with respect, and learn from their mistakes. Studies have shown that chess enhances cognitive development, improves scholastic performance, and boost confidence.

September 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & November 5*   (7 classes)

* Minimum Day Dismissal; ASEP Class from 2:10 – 3:10 PM

Enrollment Minimum 10/ Maximum 14


Tuesdays 2:45 – 3:45 PM


Language Translator


January 2020

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Outdoor Games w/Ms. Mosby (Tuesdays, Grades 3-6) $105

Instructor: Kristin Mosby, Valley View Teacher

The class will explore a variety of sports and games (basketball, flag football, blacktop soccer, and volleyball).  We will emphasize sportsmanship, teamwork, confidence, hard work, and attitude. In each class, we will play a different sport to learn about the rules and the idea behind the sport. At the end of each class, we will have a scrimmage where the students can apply the lessons learned. On rainy days, the class will meet indoors to play different types of games (board games, chess, checkers, and brain games).

September 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & November 5*    (7 classes) $105

* Minimum Day Dismissal; ASEP Class from 2:10 – 3:10 PM

Enrollment Minimum 15/ Maximum 20


Tuesdays 2:45 – 3:45 PM


LEGO BUILDERS: Secret Agent Training Academy (Wednesdays, K-6) $120

Instructor: Fary Koh, Brickspace Staff

Shh…  Brickspace is recruiting junior agents this Fall at Valley View. Come join us for 7 weeks of spy training activities after school! Build special spy gadgets that really work! Design and code a Lego® Robotics Spy Race Car! Extract DNA, Dust for fingerprint in our CSI lab. Challenge your spy mates a game of Lego® Maze. Work as a team to build a cool Spy headquarters complete with briefing room, hidden room (security is guaranteed), high tech labs and more . Each week is a different theme! Each class our junior spy will be given a building challenge that requires them to problem solve, plan, build and test their builds using a given set of criteria. Through our building classes, junior spy will improve on their building and critical thinking skills, they will further develop their collaboration and communication skills that they can use in saving the world!

Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, & Nov. 6 (7 classes)

Maximum 20

Grades K-6

Wednesdays 2:10-3:10PM


Young Artists (Fridays, Grades K-2) $110

Instructor: Natasha McCray-Zolp, Bay Area based artist & Art Educator

This class will introduce our young artists to age-appropriate curriculum that allows students to explore a variety of media and techniques.  The class will address the elements of art: line, shape, color, texture, space, and related vocabulary, as well as 2- and 3-dimensional art making.  Students who have taken Ms. Natasha’s class in previous sessions will build upon their artistic skills and acquire new ones. The final class will celebrate the young artists’ work and also include a school beautification piece for the Valley View garden.  All materials will be provided.

Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, November 8 & 15  (7 classes)

(includes materials fee)

* There is no school on Friday, November 1st

Minimum 10/ Maximum 20


Fridays 2:45 – 3:45 PM

$110 (includes materials fee)

Introduction to Model Railroading (Fridays, Grades 3-6) $120

RegisterRegisterInstructor: Jon Ames, Valley View Parent

In this Introduction to Model Railroading class, students will build and take home a small (30″ x 24″), working, N-Scale model railroad. Each week will build on top of the previous week, starting from a frame and working all the way up to scenery with running train! Students will also get to learn more about the Model Railroading hobby, and get assistance from Train-Master Jon in creating their railroad. All materials will be provided; including locomotive, freight car, track, wood, scenery, and more.

Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, November 8 & 15  (7 classes)

(includes materials fee)

* There is no school on Friday, November 1st

 Minimum 6/ Maximum 15


Fridays 2:45 – 4:15 PM

$120 (includes materials fee)

**FULL** Cooking around the World **FULL**

This class is full, and we are no longer taking registrations. Hope you can find another class your child will enjoy, and please let us know if we can help you.


Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31* & November 7*   (7 classes) $120 (includes materials fee)

* Oct. 31st and Nov. 7th are Minimum Day Dismissal; ASEP Class from 2:10 – 3:40 PM

Minimum 6/ Maximum 15


Thursdays 2:45 – 4:00 PM

$120 (includes materials fee)

Hip Hop (Tuesdays, Grades K-2) $120

Instructor: Fitness in Transit Staff

A high-energy workout promoting leadership through group teamwork with stamina-driven fitness. Basic dance steps are introduced with an educational overview of historical appreciation of Hip-Hop movement from Popping, Locking and Break Dancing to current popular movement. The class starts with a rhythmic warm-up, followed by activities that improve coordination and group formations.

September 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & November 5*   (7 classes)

* Minimum Day Dismissal; ASEP Class from 2:10 – 3:10 PM

Art with Mrs. Linski (Thursdays, Grades 2-6) $105

Instructor: Judy Linski, Valley View Teacher

Students will hone their art skills and grow their self-confidence while being introduced to new & exciting projects. Students will learn the principles of Art with each project they endeavor.  All materials will be provided by the instructor.


September 26, October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31* & November 7* (7 classes) 

(includes materials fee)

* Oct. 31st and Nov. 7th are Minimum Day Dismissal; ASEP Class from 2:10 – 3:25 PM

Enrollment Minimum 15/ Maximum 24


Thursdays 2:45 – 4:00 PM

$105 (includes materials fee)

Minimum 8/ Maximum 20


Tuesdays 2:30 – 3:30 PM


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