After School Enrichment - WINTER 2019

Welcome to the DFS 2018-2019 After School Enrichment (ASE.) page.  ASE programs are set up by the PTA to give students a chance to participate in fun, educational programs directly after school.   

To download the current offering of classes, please click here or scroll down to the bottom of this page. Class descriptions, dates and fees are below. The next session is expected to begin April, 24 2019

Registration for ASE classes takes place through the online store of the My School Anywhere (MSA) website. Parents must have an MSA account in order to register! To sign up for an ASE class, log in to your MSA account, go into the store, and choose the classes you want from the product list. There are several questions to be answered for each class prior to placing it in your cart for purchase. Once placed in the cart, classes may be purchased like any online product. ASE products will be available in the MSA store for registration.

Please note that by registering any student for classes in the ASE programs, parents and/or guardians are consenting to the terms set forth in the Parental Waiver and Agreement form, as stated in the MSA online store. A copy of that agreement can be downloaded by clicking here.  

For ASE policies and procedures, please click here.  Also, if your child has an Epi-Pen or an inhaler, please read the ASE policies and procedures for Epi-Pens and inhalers.

Please click these links to find forms that can be used as absence notes and dismissal notes.

Chaperones will be needed for all classes.  Parents that offer to chaperone will be eligible for FREE TUITION - look for that option in the registration process, in the My School Anywhere online store.  The chaperone position is filled on a first come, first served basis.  Parents will be notified via email if he/she is the first to volunteer. Once confirmed, the chaperone will be reimbursed the class fee. Click here for ASE chaperone responsibilities. Classes fill quickly, so don't delay your registration! 

If you have any questions or would like more information, please email Camille Edmond ( 




CHESS                                                                                                          (8 weeks)      3:30-4:30 pm

Dates:            January 28                        February 4, 11   March 11, 18, 25 April 1, 8 (3:30-5;00 pm)

Grades:          2-5

Whether you are curious about learning the game of chess or an experienced player, this class is for you! Led by professional instructors from the Chess Club of Fairfield County (CCFC), players new to the game will learn the basic rules, movements and goals of the game.  All participants will study opening strategy, middle game concepts, classic games by chess legends, and common endgame techniques.  CCFC’s curriculum was designed with a focus on developing critical thinking, decision making and time management skills. 

 Fee: $168

Min 8 /Max 16

Room 32 - Dagan




FUTURE STARS BASKETBALL ACADEMY                                       (8 weeks)      3:30-5:00 pm

Dates:             February 26 March 5, 12, 19, 26 April 2, 9, 23

Grades: 2-5

Led by a coach who made it all the way to the NBA, this class will focus on building skills important to both the game of basketball and life. Instruction will include drills, game play, educational disciplines and FUN!

Fee: $208

 Min 20/Max 30



FUN FITNESS                                                6 weeks                     3:30-4:30      

Grades: 2-5

Dates:            April 24          May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

 Location: Gym

Fee: $103                                                                                                                  Min 10/Max 25

 Coach K leads this new class aimed at making it fun to get fit! Students will play games and undertake activities that challenge both their body and mind, while learning how to perform exercise movements - such as squats, push-ups and burpees - correctly. Games will include: Fitness Poker, Fitness UNO, Stock Exchange, Pizza Mats, Plank Four-Square, Medicine Ball Tic-Tac-Toe, Bear Crawl Basketball. The goal of the class is to help students learn FUNctional movements and health-related concepts while having fun and being safe.