Ashland Elementary
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About Ashland Elementary

The Ashland PTO is excited to offer an after school enrichment program for its students! We have two exciting sessions planned - Fall and Spring - with lots of great classes to choose from in each one. On this site you'll find all the information about program procedures, class descriptions and details you need to participate. Whether you are looking for sports, drama, arts and crafts, technology, science or hobbies, there's something here for everyone. Please click on “View all Courses” button below during Open Registration to register. SO go exploring and see what you want to learn!

Transition from school to enrichment programs:

For morning classes, parents will escort students to their class location the first week. After that, students will arrive on their own. For afternoon classes, students will proceed directly to their enrichment classes at dismissal time.

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Running Club, Ashland PTO - $54

Learn to build strength, endurance and the love of running with fun games that focus on helping speed and agility, skills and drills that fuel efficient running. Off Campus Run TBD. Taught by Coach Janie Langford.
ATTN: This is a 4 week class that meets twice a week.
Beginner Spanish, Ashland PTO - $54

All students work together to learn Spanish.

Board Game Club, Ashland PTO - $54

Let’s have a blast playing board games with our friends! Checkers, Sorry, Chess, Twister, Scrabble, Clue and Guess Who! Just some of the games we’ll have fun playing in Board Game Club!

Hip Hop, All That & Jazz - $86

This class will introduce young students to the basic vocabulary and style of hip hop movement. Hip Hop is about personal style and expression. This high energy class can be taught to anyone with a passion to move, so no dance experience is required.

We Love Clay! (3-5), ABRAKADOODLE - PWC - $154

Use your fingers to pat, push and pull clay materials into ceramic objects. Be inspired by ancient and modern artists to create your own expressions of clay art. Lessons using Chinese artifacts, mythology, and modern decorative design give the young artist an opportunity to make 3D objects that encourage mastery of clay techniques. Please note the air-dry clay projects are not placed in kilns or glazed.

Advanced Spanish, Ashland PTO - $54

Intensive Spanish for beginners and those who've already taken the class. All students work together to learn Spanish.

Cooking Classes by iCook, iCook After School - $185

iCook is a really fun, hands-on after-school cooking program for children. Our mission is simple: to help teach children to love everything about food – cooking, eating delicious and healthful dishes, learning about different cultures and stories behind the food. Our chefs-in-training will learn how to make a variety of healthy, delicious and fun seasonal recipes. We will learn about herbs, spices and how they add flavor and aroma to the dishes. Our little chefs will “travel” to new countries and learn about their cuisines and cultures. We will master cooking safety, slicing, dicing, chopping, folding, baking, zesting, mixing and more.


The United States Tennis Association Mid-Atlantic Section (USTA MAS) proudly presents TGA Premier Youth Tennis, the first and only national tennis enrichment program in the country. Students will develop tennis skills utilizing kid-friendly equipment in a play-to-learn style that gets them rallying and having fun right away. In addition, students will learn relevant character development and STEM skills such as sportsmanship, respect, math, science, technology, and more. Elementary school programs include a five-level progression system. All first time students receive a wristband, a hat, and a student handbook. Program is taught by USTA-trained and background-screened coaches utilizing the most current teaching methodology. All tennis equipment is provided (e.g. racquets, balls, pop up nets).

Computer Club, Ashland PTO - $54

Come learn the basics of Microsoft programs, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Students will be able to create their own PowerPoint presentation. Students will also work on proper hand placement on a computer keyboard and typing skills.