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Enrichment Programs are subject to change


Kolb Breakfast Book Club provides a unique opportunity to spark an interest in reading and to foster a lifelong enjoyment in our students. The Book Club is open to students of all reading abilities in grades DK/K through 5th. The cost is $120 per child and provides breakfast for 9 book discussions and 9 books that the student keeps. 


Some benefits of being a Kolb BBC member include:

  • Age-appropriate books to read and keep!

  • Development of discussion skills in a friendly, social setting while learning from the insight of others.

  • Sharing the love of books with friends


In-person BBC meetings will take place in the Kolb Multi-Purpose Room (MPR), once a month on a Thursday (dates are TBD).  Doors open at 7:20 AM for the students to eat a healthy breakfast with their friends. Breakfast is served by parent volunteers (who are cleared to volunteer and will wear masks and gloves when serving food). Book discussions are led by parent volunteers and start around 7:40 AM. A list of questions will be provided to parents and students a few days before the book discussion.  Parent volunteers will ask the students questions from the list.  Parent volunteers will escort each grade-level group to their classroom lineups around 8:05/8:10 AM and later times for DK and K


The list of Grade level books and dates for book discussions will be released soon. The participation cost is $120 per child and includes breakfast with friends and 9 books that the student keeps.


Please register your child for in-person Breakfast Book Club at  latest by September 3, 2022.

Please complete your Volunteer Clearance application on Be A Mentor website if you would like to volunteer to help serve breakfast and/or to lead a grade-level book discussion.  

If you have any questions, please contact

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For a healthy mind and body, come join the Kolb Run Club. All Kolb students are welcome to join this in-person club. Students will meet with the teachers and other students in working towards completing monthly challenges by running, jogging or walking every Fridays from 7.40 am - 8.10 am. Run Club is a great way to get ready for required PE running in middle school.


Starting September 30th, students will meet with the teachers and other students in working towards completing monthly challenges by running, jogging or walking. 


Please register your child for Run Club at

Parents, if you are participating in the Run Club, please be sure to complete your volunteer clearance on Be A Mentor website and also email your Full Legal Name along with your child's name to the below email address.

If you have any questions, please email


Students in all grades will be able to engage in enriching art lessons in the classroom. The supplies are ones that each student would have with them in the classroom. Students will be encouraged to select and share one piece artwork to be included in the Spring Art Fair later in the year.

More details TBD


This volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade program fosters work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential. JA students develop the skills they need to experience the realities and opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in the 21st-century global marketplace. This year the program will run in-person with the help of parent volunteers.

If you have any questions, please email

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