CCS Chess Club
The CCS Chess Club will be coached by Pacific Chess and will be facilitated through DPIE. Students will be offered a beginners training club, as well as a competitive club. In addition, students will participate in a school wide tournament as well as the district wide tournament hosted by Pacific Chess and DPIE.
Maximum enrollment in the beginner and competitive Chess Club will be 16 students.
Further Information on Chess Club will be available during orientation the week of August 24th.
Science Fair Mentorship Program
This year we would like to partner budding scientists in the 6-8 grades with members of our local community who are scientists and engineers in the field of the student’s inquiry for the Science Fair. This will help to foster a greater opportunity for learning and guide the students in their scientific endeavor.
Those students who are interested will be invited to complete a Mentorship Application form in mid September after the Science Fair orientation night.
Parents and others who are interested in acting as mentors to 6-8 grade students participating in the Science Fair can complete a Mentor Interest Form on the PFC Website available on August 24th.
CCS Book Club
CCS Book Club is an after school club offered for KG - 5th grade. This year our book discussions are going virtual but we are still going to have fun with help from our enthusiastic parent volunteers.
Every month a book will be distributed and the discussions will take place the following month.
More details to come after school session starts.
See the CCS Book Club flier for details.
Batch 1: Wednesday 3 pm to 4 pm
Batch 2: Saturday 11 am to 12 pm
Minimum class size: 8 students in a batch
Maximum class size: 20 students in a batch
Fees: $399 per student.
Duration: 1st week of September 2020 to end of April 2021
*Participant requirements: Students should have gotten a B grade or above in their previous school year.
2020-2021 AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
Are you interested in volunteering or mentoring? Parents are encourage to get involved with any of our amazing clubs for the 2020-2021 school year. Contact email@example.com.
*All dates and time are subject to change. Please complete the PFC Club interest form to receive the latest information.
CCS Math Clubs*
This year Math Club will be offered for CCS students from 5-8 grade.
TMC - The Math Club for students who want to participate in competitive math tournaments.
Batch 1: Wednesday 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm (or)
Batch 2: Saturday 9 am to 10 am.
What will be provided:
a) Regular weekly zoom classes of 1 hr duration.
b) School contest held virtually (once a year mostly in January 2021).
c) Certificates for participation and winning teams.
d) Course Materials (online as PDF and video).
e) Grading classwork, homework and contests.
f) Exposure to reputed nationwide math contests.
Girls Who Code
GWC is building the largest pipeline of future female engineers in the country. Their program trains female students from 6-8 grade to participate in coding fairs, Hour of Code challenges and more.
Minimum of 8 students; Maximum of 16 students.
Fees will be $23/student to cover online services and materials for the club.
Further details will be available during orientation during the week of August 24th. Please fill out a PFC Club interest form on the CCS PFC website.
Speech and Debate Team
The Speech and Debate Team is offered to students in 5-8 grade. Coaching will be from Guru Education that specializes in training young speakers. Students will be asked to compete in two Tournaments.
The Debate Team will focus on Public Forum, Congress and Lincoln Douglas Debate. Spaces are limited and registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
Meetings: Once a week meetings will be held via Zoom. (This first meeting will be in early September)
Tournaments: Students will prepare and attend tournaments in novice division in the following debate events: Public Forum, Congress, and Lincoln Douglas. Tournaments will take place on Saturdays. Some Debate events are partnered events and availability of a partner may affect a student’s ability to attend a tournament so all students must be able to commit.
Further Information on Speech and Debate Team will be available at the orientation night the week of August 24th.
Please complete a PFC Club Interest form on the CCS PFC Website.
Minimum of 8 students - Maximum of 16 students per team.
If there is enough interest we will split into a beginner’s and advanced team.