Before School Spanish

ChiCeLaCu‘s Spanish Program has been offered at Forestville Elementary since 2010. The schedule is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 am to 8:50 am. Trained instructors teach classes of 15-19 pupils. The program is open to all ages. Registration is open now for 2024-2025, and is only open until the end of the summer. Registrants sign up for the year. Cost in 2024-2025 is $1996 for the year.

For more information about this program, see the full flyer here.

Student Musical

The Spring Musical has been a long standing tradition at Forestville Elementary.  This is always an excellent production run by parent volunteers. 5th and 6th grade students work hard and learn new skills to make this so successful.  

The 2024 musical is “James and the Giant Peach”! Find more information about the 23-24 musical, tickets, and more here.

Flex Academies After School Program

Flex Academies runs a variety of after school clubs for Forestville. Each club meets once a week from 4:10-5:10 pm. Some examples are chess club, karate, “little inventors”, cooking class, robotics club, and drawing class. There are three sessions per year, fall, spring, and winter. Parents can sign their kids up for one or more of the clubs during the enrollment period about a month before the session starts. Stay tuned to the News page for a notification when the next season registration opens.

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is one of the premier science tournament organizations in the United States. It exposes
participants to many fields of Science.

A Science Olympiad team is a group of up to 15 students coached by parent volunteers. The Forestville teams compete against teams from other schools at a series of competitions. Teams are formed in the fall, and meet throughout the year.

Click here for more information.

Odyssey of the Mind

Odyssey of the Mind is a national creativity competition for students of all grades. Teams of seven students meet after school from starting in the fall to prepare a solution to be presented at the regional competition in March. Each team chooses one long term problem in which to compete, which either focuses on creative performance, engineering, or both. Students also practice quick creative thinking on their feet for the “spontaneous” competition.

Forestville has a long history of success in Odyssey of the Mind going back decades! In 2023-2024, the Forestville OM team won the state competition in their problem and went to the World Finals in Iowa to represent Virginia.

If you are interested in the program, stay tuned for an info session about it in the fall! Odyssey of the Mind is a parent run program, and it requires volunteer coaches, the same as a little league team. If you are interested in coaching or having your student participate, please contact curriculum ~at~ forestvillepta.org.

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