Penguin Life Elementary School
Penguin Clubs are comprised of enrichment and recreational activities from the arts to sport. The program is well balanced with emphasis on the combination of education and recreation. The activities offered fall under the following headings: performing arts, arts and crafts, physical activities encompassing indoor/outdoor and winter/summer sports, movement and dance, and interest clubs with an educational bias.
The ES Penguin Clubs program runs throughout the school year and is split into three seasons: Fall, Winter and Spring. Students are given the opportunity to register for the activity of their choice prior to the start of each season. Online registration for the Penguin Life programs is required.
If you are using this PL Registration System for the first time start with choosing the “First time user” link below the Login bar to create your password.
Use email already registered with AAS (tip: use the email address that the newsletter is sent to)
- Username: your email registered with AAS
- Password: one that you create for this system
Important: When registering, please check that your child’s Pick-up method/Departure point information in PL system is accurate.
This information is key for us to ensure every child’s transition home after the ES Penguin Club is safe.
If any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Penguin Clubs Dates to Remember 2022-2023
|Season||Registration Window||Season Start/End Dates|
August 24 - August 26
August 29 - October 21
November 2 - November 9
November 14 - February 16
March 1 - March 9
March 13 - June 8
- How do I enroll my child in the ES Penguin Clubs?
- How do I pick up my child after the clubs?
- How much does it cost to participate?
- Are the children supervised at all times?
- May the student join the Penguin Clubs if he/she wasn't registered?
- What happens in case of a medical emergency?
How do I enroll my child in the ES Penguin Clubs?
How do I pick up my child after the clubs?
How much does it cost to participate?
Are the children supervised at all times?
May the student join the Penguin Clubs if he/she wasn't registered?
What happens in case of a medical emergency?
Learn to Swim
Designed for swimmers to improve stroke technique, aerobic fitness, and to have fun in the water.
Mother Language Program
Students have the opportunity to become communicatively competent in the four skill areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in their mother tongue.