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BEACON AFTER SCHOOL FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW

October 6-9, 2003
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Beacon Schools of the Virgin Islands is currently accepting registration for its after-school programs and community outreach initiatives. Interested parents and guardians may register their children at either of the Beacon sites below.
Claude O. Markoe Beacon Center
Registration 3-7 p.m.

Adventures in Ecology
Aerobics
African Dance
Arts& Crafts
Art w/Asta
Bringing Books to Life
Caribbean Dancersize
Chess
Counseling
E.P.I.C. (Parenting skills)
4H Leadership Program
GED Prep (Math)
GED Prep (Verbal)
Let’s Write-Let’s Read
Mathematics Connection
SAT Prep (Math)
SAT Prep (Verbal)
Scouts
Sketching
Sports
Steel Pan
Tae Kwon Do
TOP – Teen Outreach Program
Tutorial –K/6
Tutorial – Junior High
Tutorial – High School
1/1 Tutorial High School
Elena Christian Beacon Center
Registration 3-7 p.m.

Arts &Crafts – Youth/Adult
Adult Typing
ARC- CPR Training- Adult
Elementary Homework
E.P.I.C. (Parenting Skills)
Beacon Basketball
GED Prep (Math) Adult
GED Prep (Writing Skills) Adult
Hair Braiding – Youth/Adult
High School Tutorial
JUMP (Juvenile Mentoring)
Junior High Tutorial
Magnet Math Tutorial
Martial Arts (Capoeria)
Needlepoint – Youth/Adult
Performing Arts – Youth
Self-Defense – Adults
Sewing – Adults
Steel Pan – Youth
Tie-Die – Youth/Adult
T.O.P. (Teen Out Reach Program)
Youth Sports
Orientation will be on Oct. 14. Parents/guardians and all participants must be present at this meeting which begins at 5:30 p.m.
For further information call 777-9300.
All programs will begin Oct. 15.

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