Enrichment Programs Funded by PFC

This year due to COVID-19 some of these programs will be adjusted to remote/cancelled 

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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 it will be a distance learning program.

Meet the Masters is this year’s new art program provided by PFC.  Students in all grades will be able to virtually engage in three enriching art lessons at a time convenient for them to learn about a few great masters of art like Marc Chagall, Joan Miro and Faith Ringgold. Although supplies will not be provided, the art lessons are structured for students to participate using art supplies commonly found in homes.  Students will be encouraged to select and share one piece of their art to be included in the Virtual Art Fair later in the year.


Kolb Virtual Breakfast Book Club provides a unique opportunity to spark an interest in reading and foster a lifelong enjoyment in our students. The Book Club is open to students of all reading abilities in grades DK/K through 5th. Virtual Zoom grade level book discussions will be scheduled for the first Thursday of the month from 7:45 to 8:15. (Please note that the September and October meeting dates are dependent on when the books arrive and can be distributed to the students.) 


Some benefits of being a Kolb Virtual 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.


Book selections will be easier in the fall and ramping up to more complex selections in the spring. The focus will be on books that children can make a connection to and books that are fun to read. The goal is to share ideas, laugh and have fun! The cost is $75.00 per child and includes 9 books that the student keeps. The books will be ordered and distributed to the students so the students can read the book before the book discussion.


To learn more about BBC, please see the Kolb PFC website at https://www.kolbpfc.org/programs.


To register by September 1, 2020, please click on the link https://kolb.futurefund.com/store/campaigns/18016-breakfast-book-club  


If you have any questions, please contact us bbc@kolbpfc.org

This event is focused around International Walk to School Week to encourage parents to reduce backups around school during pick-up and drop-off times, improve air quality, boost health and exercise, and increase safety around the school. Students and parents choose the safest route to walk, skateboard, scooter, or bike to school.


For a healthy mind and body, come join the Kolb Run Club. All Kolb Students are welcome to join this club which meets every Thursday, 7:40am-8:10am starting in September. This year the club will meet virtually where the kids run laps for about 15-20 minutes in their backyards or close to their home. Run Club is a great way to get ready for required PE running in middle school. Parents of all participants must sign this waiver. For questions, please e-mail runclub@kolbpfc.org.

Red Ribbon Week is a nationally recognized alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the U.S.

Program supported to help build positive skills needed for peaceful classrooms, lunchrooms, and schoolyards.  The school assembly programs focus on character building as well as create safe schools.  Using multimedia, live facilitation and audience participation, students are guaranteed skills to last a lifetime.