Marshall Road Enrichment Programs
Every Fall and Spring the PTA coordinates with the school community and vendors to offer an array of Enrichment Programs which are held at the school. The programs are only available in the mornings before school. Registration for our Spring Enrichment Programs is NOT YET OPEN.
PTA Website Account
You will need a PTA website account to register for activities. Click here (and then on the yellow Registration box) to create your account or log in.
*Paid PTA Membership is not required to create a PTA website account. However, your PTA membership fee goes to support this program and so much more.
MRES PTA, along with our vendors, offer scholarships covering a large portion of the cost of these programs for families who qualify. To find out if you qualify for one of these scholarships, contact Karlen McClain in the front office at firstname.lastname@example.org. All scholarship requests are kept confidential.
Some of our programs require parent volunteers, and parents may receive discounts on the enrichment programs in which they volunteer. To find out if the program you are interested in provides volunteer discounts, please email email@example.com before you register. Volunteer discounts are available to PTA members only.
This registration system is new for 2018-19! First create an account through our new website, verify your email, and complete the Family Information. Click on My Forms/ Paperwork under My Account to access Spring 2019 Enrichment. Payment and registration is conducted online. Please contact Seth Kaplan, Enrichment Program Chair, with questions or problems.
This Spring's Enrichment Activities
(click on each class to learn more!)
This class will provide instruction in the theater craft. All participants will learn about acting, signing, dancing, and technical production, and they will gain skills in public speaking and team work. After class meetings held four mornings a week from winter to mid-spring, this activity culminates in live performances of the play, The Jungle Book, in front of MRES students and families.
This a program that can help your child achieve better health, increase focus in the classroom, and have fun with their friends! During Fitness Warriors your Roadrunners become physically fit and enjoy structured fitness activities. They continue their journey of building Strong Minds, Strong Bodies and Strong Characters.
This program involves students throughout Loudoun and Fairfax Counties. Participants train before school two times a week with a coach, typically a parent or teacher, to prepare for a 5K run/jog. This is a non-competitive activity where we encourage the kids to strive for their own personal best. Our goal is to promote overall health and an interest in exercise. Ultimately, the kids will have a great time being active with their friends and build confidence along the way.
This class will provide an Introduction to Spanish language and culture. The instructor will use a variety of fun activities such as songs, word search, coloring, writing words, and crafts to teach the children Spanish. The program is primarily oral. The basic goal is simple communication related to the child’s experience and exposure to the Spanish language and culture.
This is the next class in the Spanish sequence. This class is appropriate for students who have some basic Spanish skills. They could have obtained these skills from taking (one or both terms of) Spanish I last year or from elsewhere (e.g., having exposure to Spanish at home, etc.). The FCPS instructor will use a variety of fun activities such as songs, word search, coloring, writing words, and crafts to teach the children Spanish.
Chess club meets every other Thursday, alternating weeks with Green Team. Chess club is under the supervision of MRES staff. Students are partnered with other students to learn and practice this ancient board game.
The goal of the Green Team is to spread awareness and discuss how to make our school a greener place while learning and having fun. The Green Team leads some exciting projects such as monitoring the amount of trash and recycle coming from various classrooms, collecting food items for a local food bank, and working in the school garden. The Green Team meets every other Thursday, alternating weeks with Chess club.
3D Printing (through STEM ExCEL)
This class TBD.
Robotics (through STEM ExCEL)
This class TBD.
Hip Hop Dance (through Velocity)
This class TBD.
This class TBD.
In this class, kindergartners through third graders will reach for the sky, touch your toes and learn poses in a way that is engaging and fun! The class also includes relaxation techniques that will help each child feel centered and mindful at the end of each class.Your child will develop more strength, flexibility, and balance - addressing both the body and mind.
Mats provided. Little yogis needed.
Mindfulness. Meditation. Yoga. Fourth through sixth graders need these three practices just as much as adults, not only stretching their muscles, but also stretching their hearts and minds.
Mats provided. Yogis needed.
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