David Lubin students learn hula, knitting, Spanish after school
David Lubin Elementary School students who participate in a unique after-school program learned such skills as knitting, hula dancing and martial arts last semester.
DLASA (David Lubin After-School Academy) is funded by the school’s Parent Teacher Group and offers two six-week sessions each year with a variety of educational classes at a highly reduced tuition (around $20 per course).
In the fall semester, DLASA offered martial arts, fine arts, Zumbatomic, chess, hula fitness, Early Engineers, soccer, knitting, and Spanish.
Please visit www.davidlubinptg.org/dlasa/ for more information.