After School Activities

 

Ago! Are you looking for an after school activity for your student? Below is a list of providers who have catered to Two Rivers students and offer differing types of financial assistance to families in need. For more information, please contact Fatima Graham, Network Student/Family Empowerment Coordinator, at [email protected].

 

External Opportunities

AlphaBEST

AlphaBEST’s Extended Day program fosters engaging, hands-on learning before and after school onsite at Two Rivers.

Visit their website for more information.

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW)

CHAW offers a variety of in-person performing arts, visual arts, and dance classes.

Visit their website for more information.

Cub Scouts

Elementary School Only

Cub Scouting offers fun and adventure for boys and girls in grades K-5. 

Visit their website for more information.

Boy Scouts

Middle School Only

Troop 1 is open to all girls and boys, 6th through 12th grade, and has an exciting year planned, to include camping, canoe trips, and lots of other fun activities!

Visit their website for more information.

DC Way Soccer Camp

DC Way offers Wednesday camps at RFK Fields so that students continually progress as both soccer players and people. Students from 4ES would require their own transportation to RFK Fields.

Visit their website for more information.

CityKids

6th Grade Only

City Kids currently operates school year and summer programs for 130 DC youth, enrolling new youth in the sixth grade and providing program support through middle school and high school.

Visit their website for more information.

Brooklyn Boulders

Brooklyn Boulders is a new climbing gym in the Eckington neighborhood that offers youth programming afterschool and on weekends.

Visit their website for more information.

Middle School Clubs

Queendom Come

A group for young women looking to make improvements within themselves, learning how to work together, and exploring how to problem solve issues within the group. This club promotes responsible, goal-oriented, drama-free and focused young women in society.

Meetings on Thursday

Contact: Ms. Ericka

Enjoying the Journey

An activity-driven club that helps students craft out their future and make their journey through life a little more enjoyable. This club helps students become more aware of themselves and builds a spirit of crew as they learn how to share among each other and be understanding of one another’s thoughts and feelings.

Meetings on Monday

Contact: Ms. Ericka

Breathe and Flow Yoga

What are the ways I take care of myself and my needs? How do I manage my emotions when I am feeling strong feelings? Through this club students will practice meditative strategies and techniques, and find ways that breath and movement can help manage anxiety or stress. This club promotes a sense of belonging as a collective, working together to manage emotions and learn poses.

Meetings on Thursday

Contact: Ms. Kai

Social Justice Club

Meeting Information

Contact: Teacher Zo

Step Club

The step team is a place to build unity and diversity. Step is a unique form of dance that allows scholars to be creative and express themselves through stepping and hand movement, while supporting the students in developing a sense of pride and leadership for our school.

Meetings on Tuesday and Thursday

Contact: Ms. Ashley

Flag Football

Description

Meeting Information

Contact: Coach T

Two Glee Club / Rivers Step Team

Two Glee is a Chorus Musical group singing to inspire the community to enjoy the sounds of music while engaging and connecting with each other to build a bond musically. Rivers Step Team will form a strong net group of steppers willing to perform and share their precision and discipline. The team developes power in performance and togetherness with practice.

Meetings on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

Contact: Mr. Stradivari

Gaming Club

The gaming club gives students a place to build their connection and collaboartion skills while devising plans of action to compete against other individuals or teams. Like a traditional team, the gaming club is built on the spirit of crew by developing teamwork, hard work, friendly competition, and a sense of belonging.

Meetings on Tuesday and Thursday

Contact: Coach Tarik

Science Nerds

6th Grade Only

This club serves as a space for students who need extra support for STEM Fair and showcase. Students can preview their content and use the opportunity to benefit their science work in class. Students who are super excited about science can connect with like-minded peers and have a joyful space to do science.

Meetings on Monday

Contact: Ms. Allyse