Key School provides on-site activities for children during school closing due to professional development.
The following options will be offered this year. Registration information is added to this page as it becomes available, and NW@K provides registration information one-to-two weeks ahead of time.
Play-Well TEKnologies Workshop
Master your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts. Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects. Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. (www.play-well.org)
January 17, 27 & 28: STEM FUNdamentals with Lego® Materials
Grades: 1st–5th, space is limited
Location: Key cafeteria
Cost: $40/student per workshop (of which $5, per student, is donated to the Key School PTO)
Basketball & Multi Sports
Since 1991, One on One Basketball has catered to players of all ages and skill levels. One on One boasts a team of enthusiastic, skilled, and well-informed instructors who have been trained extensively to teach young players the game of basketball. All of the instructors recognize the importance of learning the fundamentals at a young age. More important, each instructor believes in the merits of dedication, hard work, and positive thinking and is committed to making each of these ideals an integral part of the programs. As a result of this commitment, young players will benefit from their influence not only by becoming better basketball players but also by learning and developing the habits necessary to succeed off the court, as well. (www.1on1basketball.com)
January 17: Indoor Games Camp
January 27: Basketball Camp
January 28: Multi Sports Camp
Hours: 9:00–3:00 pm
Grades: PK–5th, space is limited
Location: Key gym
Cost: $50/student/day; $95/student for both days (Jan 27 & 28)
Please bring lunch, snack, and water.
To register, click here.
For more information call 202.244.2255.
The Arts Camp
Students will be introduced to a different visual arts theme for each workshop that exposes them to different art medias and styles. The workshop begins with an introduction to the theme for that week and a brainstorming session. Students work on a combination of short projects that will help them create a final art piece by the end of the day. (Angela Peterson)
January 17: Book Making Workshop
January 27: Textile Painting Workshop
January 28: Sculpture Workshop
Age: 6yrs +
Location: outside of the cafeteria
Cost: $65/student, payable by check the day of the workshop
Please email Angela Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.