There are many after school activities from which theDel Paso Manor Mustangs can choose.The Del Paso Manor Dance Team
Ms. Dana Urban-Cole, certified Dance Masters of America instructor, has a degree in Communication Design with a minor in dance. She has been dancing since the age of four, danced professionally for many years and has been teaching and choreographing since 2004. In addition to taking part in performances for, Disneyland, Marine World and the Sacramento Kings, her students and choreography have won high awards at dance competitions and conventions.
Questions?: email@example.comThe Del Paso Manor Band
Under the direction of Ms. Deneal Hooper, the Del Paso Manor Band meets multiple times a week for an hour each session. DPM has a beginning band and an advanced band. Ms. Hooper instructs on the following instruments: clarinets, saxophone, flute, trumpet and bells.For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Del Paso Manor ChoirThe Del Paso Manor choir meets every week under the direction of our choir directer, Mr. Paneauga. Our choir has always had strong performances at their shows during the school year.Firefly Art
Firefly Art is an after school program held on Tuesdays. There are multiple sessions throughout the school year which consists of several weeks of instruction. Classes begin 10 minutes after school ends and last 60 minutes per class. Firefly art is a pay program, and the payment includes all art supplies that are needed. For more information, click here.Early Engineers
Early Engineers is an after school program. Each week students are challenged to build something while surrounded by LEGOs, K'Nex and solar-powered motors. The students build, test and rebuild their projects in order to learn the skills of engineering. This hands-on activity is great fun, and engages students in spatial reasoning, learning structural integrity and practical geometry. This is a pay program and occurs multiple times during the school year on Thursdays. For more information, click here.Science Olympiad
Science Olympiad is a science competition and Del Paso Manor has a team! Students in grades 3-6 are invited to apply to be on the Science Olympiad team. Students are coached on various science topics, and they work each week in a collaborative setting in order to prepare for the day of competition. Science Olympiad's ever-changing line-up of events in all STEM disciplines exposes students to practicing scientists and career choices. Science Olympiad is a fun way to learn science with friends and compete against other elementary schools. The Del Paso Manor team is in its second year, and the team placed third in its first year. We look forward to improving that this year!Del Paso Manor Mustangs