Silver Beach Elementary School PTO

Bellingham Public Schools


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Fall 2022 After-School Enrichment Programs:

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Fitness Fun with Crossfit X! 

Crossfit X 

Using activities that kids naturally enjoy, CrossFit X Kids provides a fitness program that is safe, fun and energetic. At CrossFit X, our CrossFit Kids program uses a combination of skill practice, workouts and games to build strength and conditioning in children. Following our gym’s mission statement to improve the quality of life for our members, our goal is to help children become the best possible version of themselves. We are committed to teaching children to become successful leaders while also promoting the importance of health and fitness in a safe and positive learning environment. CrossFit X Kids make fitness FUN. In addition to learning new skills, you will notice your child makes better food choices, has greater confidence in themselves and their abilities, is more focused in school, transitions to new sports more easily, and has a reduced risk of sport-related injury.

1st - 5th Grade


Neighborhood Nature 

Wild Whatcom 

Explore Big Rock Garden Park 

K - 5th Grade


Rachel's Whimsical  Arts

Art with Miss  Rachel

Join us this fall in the after school art classes in the Woodland Theme - art  projects such as: Foxes & Raccoons in Trees, Autumn Leaves in Rubbings & Paint,  Fairy Tale Characters to Draw, Colorful Trees at Sunset, Clay Mushrooms and  Owls in Texture, via Rachel's Whimsical Arts! This Fall quarter of art classes Art  Teacher, Miss Rachel, will guide your child at your school, to learn how to create  art projects with inspiration from our imagination, nature, books, & artists using  a variety of art techniques. 

K-3rd grade


Ultimate Frisbee


Youth Ultimate

Ultimate Frisbee is an exciting, fun, non-contact team sport that mixes elements  of soccer, basketball, and American football into one high-energy game. Top level ultimate players require an unmatched degree of speed, stamina, and  agility, yet the simplicity of the rules means it is easy and fun for newcomers to  pick up. The sport is also self-refereed, emphasizing mutual respect among  players. This program is coed, all students are encouraged to play! All kids get a  cool Bellingham Youth Ultimate Frisbee to take home!




Adventure Quest



In Adventure Quest, the children become the heroes of an incredibly fun and  dynamic quest, working together in a mythical and magical world to overcome  interesting challenges, solve mystifying riddles, and swashbuckle with foes.  Wielding safe foam Swasher swords, the children experience the excitement and  confidence that comes from banding together to defend their village, solve a  perplexing mystery, or negotiate a peace treaty 

K - 5th Grade


Girls on the Run 


Volunteer coaches inspire confidence and other important life skills through  dynamic, interactive lessons and physical activity. The season culminates with  the girls positively impacting their community through a service project and  being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k with their  team. Participants will receive a Girls on the Run t-shirt and finisher’s medal for  the 5K at the end of the season




Math Club



Math Club is a parent-run extra-curricular accelerated math enrichment opportunity for 4th and 5th grade students who enjoy math and work successfully both independently and in small groups. The intent of Math Club is both to provide extra math enrichment for students as well as to prepare those students who choose to participate in the Whatcom County Math Championship (end of Feb.). Though participation in Math Club doesn't require participation in the Championship, it is encouraged! Silver Beach commonly sends about 4-8 teams to the Championship each year, with the majority of our teams placing in the top half.




Mountain Bike Club


Mountain Bike  Coilition

Open to beginner through advanced K-2nd grade mountain bike riders!  Participants must be confident riding a bike on easy trails, shifting gears and  braking; have a Mountain Bike with functional front and rear brakes and multiple  gears; Wear a helmet (No Exceptions); and be dropped off by an adult at trails  with their bike and gear. Riders will depart the Galbraith parking lot and ride for  about 1.5 hours with breaks for snacks and water. The group will head to trails  suitable for the stamina & skill level of the group.