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Cub Club Policy
Welcome to another semester of our after-school program called the Cub Clubs (Create, Learn, Understand, Build and Socialize)!
 
Pick-Up and Drop-Off
Kindergarten students will be picked up at their classroom and walked to their Cub Club class. 
 
Students in grades 1 &2 will be escorted to their Cub Club for the first two
weeks of class and will need to walk on their own there after.
 
Students in grades 3-5 should walk to their designated Cub Club room on their own.
If your child is not sure where to go, please have them ask their teacher.
 
Hula (Rm 25)
Hip Hop (Rm 25)
Mindfulness (Multi-purpose room)
Q School Golf (grassy field)
Rainbow Art (Boy Scout Hut)
Sports Jam (green-top/courts)
Zumba (Cafeteria)
Bricks for Kids (MP Room)
 
Students in A+, MVC, TLC or Japanese School
Please be sure to let your after-school program know the days your child will be attending cub clubs.
 
If your child is in A+ or TLC and you are picking your child up directly from their Cub Club classes
please have them sign out of their after-school program before going to their Cub Club class.
 
If your child will be going to MVC or Japanese school after their Cub Club class it is the responsibility
of the parent to make sure those providers know and pick up arrangements are made. 
 
If your child will be going to  A+ or TLC they will taken to their appropriate care provider.
 
After Class
 
Students who do not attend any after-school care will only be released to authorized people. Please be on time for
pick-ups. Those not picked up within 15 minutes of class ending will need to be picked up from the main office.
 
Student Absences
 
If you child will not be able to make it to their Cub Club, please notify the instructor of the class they will be missing. 
Refunds or makeups will not be given for the days the student misses classes.
 
Student Misconduct & Discipline
General school rules apply to Cub Clubs.
 
A student who commits a Chapter 19 class A or B offense shall be dismissed from the program.
 
A student who commits any Chapter 19 Class C or D offense will receive a warning for the first offense and may be
released from the Cub Club for the second offense.
 
There will be no refund of tuition in either circumstance.

 Mindfulness (Grades K-5)

Stretch. Reach. Encourage. Breathe.
Start your busy week with a moment of sunshine and focus
 
Sign up now!!! Space is very limited.
 
To Register:
See email from instructor
 
​Instructor: Chelsey Villamin

Q Golf School  (Grades K-5)

 
Please see attached flyer for registration information
Q School LLC offers golf lessons to the children of Manoa Elementary on site with all equipment provided.  Lessons focus on basic athletic skills and coordination, as well as the fundamental golfing skills of putting, chipping, pitching and full swings.  Students learn about rules, etiquette and math while participating in a variety of games designed to encourage sound golf skills, introduce practice techniques, friendly competition and fun!  

Class Time & Day
Tuesday 2:30 - 3:15
January 16, 23, 30
February 6, 13, 20, 27
March 5, 12, 
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
 
Cost:  
Instructor: John Uehara
Location:  Meet out side Room 25
 

 

 

 Spring Hip Hop Grade K-5

Class Description:
Does your child dance around the house? Does your child have a lot of energy and charisma? Do you want your child to enjoy dance? If so, then I would love to share with them my love for dance and provide a means for them to connect with peers over this distance learning period. Hip Hop can improve muscle tone, strengthen posture, increase balance and coordination and improve health. But the biggest benefit of dance is that it’s fun. Your child will learn choreography to Pop and Hip Hop hits that currently dominate the airwaves. We dance to express not to impress.
 
 
Hip Hop Crew (Gr K & 1st Grade)
Tuesday 2:30 - 3:15 PM
Class starts on Tuesday, January 9, 2024
Fee:  $210.00
 
Hip Hop Squad (Gr 2-5)
Thursday 2:30 - 3:15​ PM
Class starts Thursday, January 11, 2024
Fee:  $200.00
 
Location: Multi-Purpose Room until further notice then Rm 25


Instructor: TeHani Gonzado Pimental
To register email Kumu Te: [email protected]

Spring Papa Hula: (Grades K-2 & 3-4)

 
Class Description:
Papa hula (hula class) offers haumāna (students) the opportunity to learn and solidify the basic feet and hand movements of hula. They will also learn oli (chant) that tells stories through expression of the voice. They will use this foundation to express the meaning of mele (song/ stories) through dance while learning what these mele are about and what we can learn from it.
 
Beginner Kaikamāhine Hula
Wednesday 1:30 - 2:45
Classes begin Wednesday, January 10, 2024
$200.00
 
Location:  Multi-Purpose Room until further notice them Rm 25
 
Instructor: Kumu Hula TeHani Gonzado Pimental
                   Miss Aloha Hula 2000
 
To register please email Kumu Te​
email: [email protected]
 
 
 
 
 
Cost: $245 (includes all supplies)
 
Class Date & Times

Wednesday, 1:30pm to 2:30pm
February 7, 14, 21, 28
March 6 & 13
April 3, 10, 17, 24

Thursday, 2:15pm to 3:15pm
February 8, 15, 22, 29
March 7 & 14
april 4, 11, 18, 25

Location:  
 
 

Rainbow Art Studio (Grades K-5) 

Getting an early start in arts can make a real difference in the lives of children.  With encouragement and guidance, we provide hands-on classes for all grade students.  We have designed a fun and educational program to exceed standard art education and to inspire every child to reach their creative potential.  Our curriculum is varied to include still-life, figure drawing, landscaping and portraits.  Through the lessons, students will learn the fundamentals of art while experimenting with a variety of medium, including water color, acrylics, pastels and discovering the great artists work and techniques.
 
Instructor:  Cindy Wu, Andy Wu & Jennifer Wu
Email:  [email protected]
Phone:  808-282-8833

To Register:
See attached flyer for registration information
Mail in registration and payment to:
Rainbow Art
4348 Waialae Ave #200
Honolulu, HI 96816
 
Please see files below for additional information
 
 
 



 
 
 
 

 

Zumba!  (Grades K-5)

Join the fun! Dance! Jump! Move!
 
Mrs. Villamin will be instructing a dance fitness class where Manoa students (and their families!) can exercise AND have fun using ZUMBA moves!  Hope to see you there!
 
To Register:
See information per email from instructor
 
Instructor: Chelsey Villamin
All Around Athletes Sports
 
Join former UH Quarterback Hunter Hughes for an All Around Athlete after school camp!  We will cover an array of sports such as football, basketball, and baseball with games, drills and fundamentals all designed to help you get better at sports.  Whether you are a sports fanatic or just wanting to learn, all are welcome to come run around and join the fun!
 
Class Times & Days
Tuesdays and Thursdays. 2:15-3:30
Grade K-2

Mondays and Wednesdays. 2:15-3:30
Grade 3-5
 
COST:  $15 per class
Each class will be limited to 20 students

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Location:  Courts under the tent​​
Instructor: Hunter Hughes
email: 
[email protected]
Bricks 4  Kids:  Engineering Adventures
 
Class Description:
Designed and created by teachers, architects and engineering professionals, the Engineering Adventures After School curriculum by BRICKS 4 KIDZ introduces kids to concepts of engineering, coding, architecture and mechanics using LEGO.
 
Lessons integrate and discussed using various themes such as space, inventions, mechanics and more to provide variety and ensure a high level of interest and enthusiasm amongst students.
 
 
NOTE:  studnets enrolled in 3:30 class must be enrolled in Mānoa Elementary A+ Program or parents will need to pick child up from school and return at 3:30
 
CLASS TIMES & DAYS 
Gr 1-2
Thursday 2:30-3:15 PM
 
Gr 2-3
Thursday 3:30-4:15 PM


Dates
Feb 1, 8, 22, 29
March 7, 14, 28
April 4, 11, 18
 
Location: MP Room


Instructor:
email: [email protected]
Chinese Language & Cultural Program: Gr 2-5
NOT OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
 
Program and Course Description:
Chinese Tutoring Program (CTP) is a dynamic and engaging Chinese language and culture program. Through
interactive lessons, songs, and group activities, students will immerse themselves in the Chinese language and rich cultural heritage. By the end of this program, students will be able to engage with their peers and introduce
themselves in Mandarin comfortably using proper vocabulary and phrases. The course will not focus on reading
and writing Chinese characters, but rather concentrate on students’ speaking and vocabulary skills. Accordingly,
young learners are able to be exposed to a new language and develop a sense of cultural appreciation. Supervised by a Punahou School teacher, this class is taught by qualified Punahou High School students with experience in guiding and supporting elementary students through the Mandarin Chinese language and culture!
 
Cost: FREE
(all supplies are provided)

Eligible Students:
 
 
Class Dates & Times:


Start Date: 
End Date: 
 

Location: 5
 
Instructors:
Sofia Chi 老師 lǎoshī / 老师 lǎoshī
Chloe Liu 老師 lǎoshī / 老师 lǎoshī
Mrs. Elisa Lo 盧老師 Lú lǎoshī/卢老师 Lú lǎoshī
[email protected]
 
Detailed information about the program can be found in the attachment below.
Space is limited to: 20 spots for students in Gr. 2-3 and 20 spots for students in Gr. 4-5
Families will be notified via email when they are successfully registered. Your child is not enrolled until you receive a confirmation email from the program instructor.
Registration form will close when all spots are filled.
Ukulele
In the ukulele after school ensemble, students will learn basic fundamentals of ukulele playing, music theory and ensemble playing. Additional concepts such as music literacy, history, and improvisation will also be heavily emphasized. They will also be exposed to different genres of music such as Hawaiian, Blues/Jazz, pop and American folk. You do not need an ukulele to join or have any prior experience.
 

Instructor: Mackenzie Kwong 

Mr. Kwong recently graduated magna cum laude from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with his bachelor's degree in music education. He completed his student teaching semester at Mid Pacific Institute and Manoa Elementary School. His primary instruments are the violin and ukulele. Mr. Kwong has been playing and teaching both instruments for over 10 years. Mr. Kwong also serves as a sectional instructor for multiple orchestra programs across Oahu and maintains a private studio.

 

Max Students 20

 

Grades 3 - 5

16 Sessions 

Cost:  $250.00

 

Dates & Times

Tuesdays 2:30-3:30

January 16, 23, 30

February 6, 13, 20, 27

March 5, 12

April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

May 7, 14

 

Location:  Rm 2