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    The Seattle Parks and Recreation Community Learning Center (CLC) at Washington Middle School aims to bridge the gap between communities and school, by creating programs that are culturally relevant and reflective of the community we serve.

    The WMS CLC offers the following seasonal programs:

    • Huskies Out of School Time (HOST): Fall-Winter and Spring
    • Parks Academy of Learning Summer Program (PALS)

    Registration for Spring Virtual HOST will open February 22nd! For HOST registration questions you can reach Won Choi at wkchoi@seattleschools.org or Christian Tugade at cgtugade@seattleschools.org

    Registration for Spring HOST

    Spring HOST Class Offerings:

    Mondays:

    Purple Reign Dance

    Computer Science Club

    Lifeskills and Mindfulness

    Pottery/Among Us

    Tuesdays:

    Comics

    Smartphone Photography

    My Sister's/Brother's Keeper

    Change Makers

    Ukulele and Songwriting (Promo Video) (Website)

    Wednesdays:

    Jazz - Music Theory and Performance (Promo Video) (Website)

    Newspaper

    Thursdays:

    Change Makers

    My Sister's Keeper

    Get REAL (Promo Video) (Flyer)

    Filmmaking Beginners!

    Rain City Rock

    Strong and Fit!

    Virtual programs will run after school from 4:00 pm-5:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday & 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm on Wednesdays.

    Virtual Program Dates for the 2020-2021 School Year:

    • Session 1 Activities: October 5th - January 14th
    • Session 2 Registration: Starts February 22nd (until programs fill) 
    • Session 2 Activities: March 8th - May 27th
      • If registrations exceed class maximums, students will be placed on a waiting list

    Registration for HOST classes begins February 22nd (Monday).

    • Students cannot attend HOST the same day they submit their form; HOST Staff needs at least one day to confirm student schedules.

    Contact the CLC Coordinator, Won Choi at wkchoi@seattleschools.org or 206-849-9203 with any questions. See you after school!

    * At this time HOST will not have any in-person programming. Any changes to providing in-person services will be emailed to HOST participants and on the Washington App (if applicable).

    The CLC’s guiding values are to:

    • Create opportunities for youth to develop positive relationships with peers and adults
    • Strengthen the connection youth feel to their school and community
    • Assist youth in building new competencies and skills

    Won Choi (he, him, his)

    Recreation Program Coordinator – Washington CLC 

    Office: 206-252-2594

    Cell: 206-849-9203

    Seattle Parks and Recreation