Welcome to Badger U at Abia Judd School!
After School Program
Leisa Geiler, Abia Judd After School Program Coordinator
928-717-3263, ext. 75118 (please leave message)
After-school activity clubs are held from 2:45 to 4:00 PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Wednesday clubs are 1:45-3:00 PM. On days students have clubs, students walk out of the building with their class at dismissal, then walk back in through the front doors and wait in the front hallway with their club group for the club leader to pick them up.
1st Quarter clubs run August 20 through October 4. Clubs meet only on full school days – not on holidays, half-days, snow days or the last day of the quarter.
Club fees are approximately $3.00 per club meeting, the full quarter fee is payable immediately with registration. Some clubs have additional materials/snack fees. Check the registration form for club fees. Make checks payable to Abia Judd School. Tax Credit checks should be made payable to PUSD Tax Credit Fund. Reduced fees and full scholarships are available based on family need. NO refunds will be issued when the Tax Credit Form is used to pay for clubs.
***Scholarships are available through a grant received from the Arizona Cardinals.*** To request financial assistance, please send a separate note along with your child’s registration form, stating you are asking for assistance, AND the amount you are able to pay toward the club registration. Financial assistance is available for only one club per student per quarter.
|Grades K-4||Ms. Lord (PATA Instructor) Gym/Multi Purpose Room||USTA Net Generation Tennis Thank you to the Prescott Area Tennis Association (PATA) for providing the equipment, as well as the United States Tennis Association (USTA) for sponsoring this club! Net Generation Tennis effectively introduces kids to the game. Racquets provided~sized for small hands, courts smaller, low compression balls bounce lower and don’t move as fast~ so are easier to hit. This allows kids time to get to the ball and helps develop optimal swing patterns. Wear loose clothing and athletic shoes. Maximum Participants: 14 Materials and Snack Fee: $2.00|
|Grades 2-4||Miss Williams||Coding Club Have you ever wanted to create using a computer? Well in Coding Club you can! Join this club if you have ever wanted to create your own personal logo, an animation, a computer game, or even an app! Join today and we will have a blast! Maximum Participants: 14 Students need to bring headphones/earbuds!|
|Grades K-3||Miss Rosellini Room 23||Legos Club Come have fun building with Legos and friends! We will be creating different structures and objects in groups and individually. Maximum Participants: 15 Bring a snack to eat!|
|Grades 3-4 (7 from each grade level)||Mrs. Thompson Art Room||Art Club We will be creating Art! Project ideas will be offered, but if students wish to explore the given medium for the week with their own ideas, they can do so. Maximum Participants: 14 Materials Fee: $5.00|
|Grades 2-3||Mrs. Sheffer Room 30||Cooking Club The Cooking Club will be great for 2nd and 3rd grade students who enjoy spending time learning their way around the kitchen. Mrs. Sheffer will teach some quick and easy meals and snacks and safe ways to spend time in the kitchen. Maximum Participants: 15|
|Grades 2-4||Mrs. White Room 15||Math Game Club Come sharpen your skills in math! Earn fun prizes! There are many games to choose from like: Multiplication or Addition Bingo, Race to 100, Tic Tac Toe subtraction, place value games, telling time BINGO and much more! Sign up today! Maximum Participants: 15|
|Grades 2-4||Ms. Lord Gym/Lower & Upper Playground at AJ||Sports Club Enjoy playing with friends a variety of sports after school! We’ll focus on a different sport weekly~learn the rules and play. Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Tennis and Kickball will be featured every quarter. Classic Outdoor/Indoor Games will be a bonus at the end of each session! Maximum Participants: 14 Materials and Snack Fee: $2.00|
|Grades 2-4||Mr. Kile Library||Lego Robotics Level 1 Open to students in grades 2, 3, and 4 who are new to the robotics experience and the LEGO WeDo 2.0 Robotics Lab. Work with a partner using robots to solve problems. Use iPads to program your robots and to document your work with pictures and videos. Partners will use the same robotics kit for the entire quarter. When each session ends at 4:00, projects will be stored and continued the next week. Maximum Participants: 10|
|Grades 3-4||Miss Williams Room 24||Tech Explorers Club Have you ever wondered what you can do with a computer? Well with Tech Explorers we will find out! We will explore animation websites, drawing apps, podcasts, Google Slides, and much, much more! Each week we will explore a new tool and create something cool! Join today! Maximum Participants: 14 Students need to bring headphones/earbuds!|
|Grades K-1||Mrs. Sheffer Room 30||Cooking Club The Cooking Club will be great for Kindergarten and 1st grade students who enjoy spending time learning their way around the kitchen. Mrs. Sheffer will teach some quick and easy meals and snacks and safe ways to spend time in the kitchen. Maximum Participants: 15|
|Grades 3-4||Mrs. Scott Room 14||Word Detectives Recruiting Now for Word Detectives! Be a part of word investigations to discover how a word is built, it’s relatives, and meaning to gain a better understanding of our language. We will also read and discuss books while working on our visual imagery to better cement our comprehension. Maximum Participants: 10|
|Grades 3-4||Mrs. Chunglo Computer Lab||Photography & Yearbook Do you love to take pictures? Do you want to help capture memories for our yearbook? Come and join our photography club and learn how to take and edit photos that will be used for our yearbook. Not sure you want to be a part of yearbook club later on? That’s okay, you can do photography club without having to sign up for yearbook. Maximum Participants: 15|
|Wednesday clubs end at 3:00~Pick up students promptly please!~|
|Grades K-4||Mrs. Boan Music Room||Good News Club The Good News Club is a non-denominational Christian club provided weekly by an outside organization–the Child Evangelism Fellowship. Children will learn Bible stories and songs and participate in other weekly activities. New Bible lessons are taught each quarter. AJ staff supervision is provided in addition to our outside volunteer instructors. There is no fee for this club. Maximum Participants: 40|
|Grades K-4||Ms. Lord Room 7, AJ Campus/ GMS and Community Nature Center (next to GMS)||Prescott Junior Audubon Nature Club We will hike at the Community Nature Center observing birds, flora, and fauna of our region. We’ll learn to use binoculars & western field guides supplied by the Prescott Audubon Society to become familiar with simple bird-watching techniques. We will have guest presentations from Prescott Audubon Society, Highlands Center, Heritage Park Zoo and Natural History Institute. This club will begin 8/29/2018. Thank you to the Prescott Audubon Society and Jay’s Bird Barn for sponsorship! Maximum Participants: 14 Materials and Snack Fee: $5.00|
|Grades K-2||Mrs. Sheffer Room 30||Arts and Crafts Club Come and join us for some easy and fun arts and crafts for Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd graders. The materials for simple arts and crafts will be provided for students to make and take home each week. Maximum Participants: 15 Materials Fee: $5.00|
|Grades 2-4||Ms. Nelson Room 15||Jaguar Joggers This outdoor walking/jogging club will walk to and inside the nature center, GMS track, upper field playground for fun, fitness, and enjoying the outdoors. This is a great chance to explore the areas around our school and get fit doing it. Be sure to wear your tennis shoes and workout clothes, bring a hat, a water bottle, a snack, and sunscreen! Maximum Participants: 20|
|Grades K-4||Ms. Lord Room 7, Gym, GMS grounds, Community Nature Center||Prescott Jr. Audubon Nature Club presents “The Grand Canyon Club” Learn about one of the ‘Seven Natural Wonders of the World’-the Grand Canyon! We will focus on the 5 Life Zones of the canyon, geology, wildlife, vegetation and the prehistoric cultures. Guest visits include Prescott Audubon Society, Highlands Center, Heritage Park Zoo, and the Natural History Institute! We will utilize the Community Nature Center as our ‘living lab’ for the Grand Canyon with exploration, hiking and bouldering. Thank you to the Prescott Audubon Society, Jay’s Bird Barn and the Grand Canyon Education Association for sponsorship! Maximum Participants: 14 Materials and Snack Fee: $5.00|
|Grades 1-4||Mrs. Schnitzius Room 29||Mess Makers The Mess Makers will be getting squishy, slimy, mushy, and all around messy! Join us for fun while we make different types of slime and dough! Come prepared to get down and dirty. Maximum Participants: 12 Materials Fee: $5.00|
|Grades 4||Mrs. Sheffer Room 30||Cooking Club The Cooking Club will be great for 4th grade students who enjoy spending time learning their way around the kitchen. Mrs. Sheffer will teach some quick and easy meals and snacks and safe ways to spend time in the kitchen. Maximum Participants: 15 Materials Fee: $5.00|
|Grades 3-4||Mr. Gibbs Music Room||Jaguar Chorus Calling all students who love to sing. Mr. Gibbs is starting a new group called the Jaguar Chorus. This group will sing in harmony and play a lot of fun singing games. This group runs for two quarter so we can sing a concert in December full of holiday songs. I also plan to have us sing at a Northern Sun’s game. If you love to sing, this group is for you. Maximum Participants: 45 Materials Fee: $5.00|
|Grades K-2||Ms. Lord Gym/Lower & Upper Playgrounds at AJ/GMS Football Field||Sports Club Enjoy playing with friends of all ages a variety of sports after school! We’ll focus on a different sport weekly~learn the rules and play. Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Tennis and Kickball will be featured this quarter. Classic Outdoor/Indoor Games will be a bonus at the end of each session! Maximum Participants: 14 Materials and Snack Fee: $2.00|
|Grades 3-4||Mrs. Sheffer Room 30||Arts and Crafts Club Come and join us for some easy and fun arts and crafts for 3rd and 4th graders. The materials for simple arts and crafts will be provided for students to make and take home each week. Maximum Participants: 15 Materials Fee: $5.00|
***Clubs must have at least 10 student participants to be held for the quarter. If a club has less than 10 participants enrolled, the club will be cancelled and a refund will be issued.***
The “Buck” Club meets in the cafeteria before school from 6:45-7:45 AM. The Buck Club is for students whose parents must drop them off before 7:45. Those students will have supervision in the cafeteria. Parents must pay $1.00 per day for their children to participate in the morning supervised activities (hence, the name, Buck Club). This is a self-supporting program and accounts must be kept in good standing in order to attend. Parents may make arrangements ahead of time by paying for the Buck Club, or may send their child with $1.00 any time the child needs supervision before 7:45 AM. Students may not be dropped off to wait on school grounds before 7:45 unless they participate in the Buck Club program. Students dropped off prior to 7:45 AM must come indoors for supervision and pay $1. There is no grace period on the time. Come early enough to make it worth your dollar, or please wait until 7:45 AM when there is no charge.
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Badger U serves to further the PUSD academic program with enriching student experiences, as well as guiding your child’s path from preschool through senior high school. Today, your students might be Lincoln Lions, or Granite Mountain Grizzlies, but one day they will be Badgers! And at Badger U, your child will be developing 21st century skills and engaging with their school community while participating in fun activities. Combine this with an exceptional staff, and Badger U is just the place for your student today and the leaders of tomorrow.