After School

Intramural Calendar and Offerings

List of 5 events.

  • Sep

    Childlight Yoga

    TUESDAYS 3:30-4:30 PM
    1st-4th Grades
    September 13 through November 1
    Yoga is an excellent tool for helping children develop strength and flexibility in both body and mind. Certified children's yoga instructor and former children's librarian Katie Scherrer ( will guide students through developmentally appropriate yoga poses, breathing exercises, mindfulness practices, relaxation techniques, yoga games, and yoga crafts. These fun classes will get kids moving, help them relax, and provide them with tools they can use in daily life. 
  • Sep

    Tennis(1st and 2nd Grade)

    THURSDAYS 3:30-4:30 PM
    1st & 2nd Grades
    September 15 through October 27
    The 8U Tennis Clinic will work on balance, agility and hand-eye coordination.  Students will be encouraged to develop friendships through competitive and cooperative play, learn basic tennis skills and how to work as a team, enhance mental abilities and encourage a healthy and active lifestyle. 
  • Oct


    WEDNESDAYS 3:30-4:30
    Kindergarten & Montessori III-5th grades
    October 12 through November 16 

    Join Bricks 4 Kidz® on Wednesdays, where we learn, we build, we play with LEGO® Bricks. Begin the journey to our Jurassic Brick Land where students build a world that comes to life with Brontosaurus, Velociraptor, terrifying T. Rex, and more. We’ll learn fascinating facts about amazing dinosaurs and other extinct animals that roamed the earth and swam the seas during the age of the dinosaurs. Each class includes a STEM lesson, model building with instructions, and creative/free play time.  
  • Nov

    Lacrosse (1st - 3rd Grade)

    TUESDAYS 3:30-4:30 PM
    1st - 3rd Grades
    November 1 through December 13
    Jason Hurst, boys Lacrosse coach here at TLS, will be teaching
    players the basics of Lacrosse.  Players will learn the fundamentals of Lacrosse including shooting, passing, cradling, dodging, defense, and more. 
  • Nov


    THURSDAYS 3:30-5:00
    1st - 5th Grades
    November 3 to December 15 
    Mrs. Young (3rd Grade Teacher)

    With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations and share your creations with others in the online community.  Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.  Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.


Intramural activites are fun, creative, and active course offerings that happen right after school (3:30-5:00 PM)for children ages PreK through 5th grade. Intramurals are just a little something extra. They exercise the body and the brain, they teach something new, and they are a great way to dabble without too much long-term commitment. Best of all, they happen right here in our TLS backyard. Find course offerings and registration by clicking above, or print out the seasonal brochure below. Intramural programs will change each semester to include new and different fun for preschool and lower school children. Watch the intramural calendar and offerings above to see the rotating fun! You can register by clicking on the link in each of the descriptions, or feel free to email Jonathan anytime with questions. 
Intramural Director:
Jonathan Herrington

Study Clinic

Study Clinic is an after school program offered to 4th through 8th graders, from 3:30-5:00 Monday through Thursday. This program is designed to help reinforce the efficiency, organization, and success of our students. The program gives students assisted time to complete their homework. It is a supervised time for the students to get their homework completed with a teacher available to help. The teacher-to-student ratio is kept low so that individual needs may be met.

This program is staffed by teachers. Parents are encouraged to have conversations with the study clinic staff about their child’s study habits and any specific expectations for their time in study clinic. For example, some students may need help with their English, some Math, some organization, and some just need a quiet place to get their work done. The study clinic staff is in constant contact with the lower and middle school teachers so they are aware of upcoming projects, quizzes and tests. The parental role of homework monitor is reduced, and the students leave with much if not all of their work done so that they are able to pursue other interests.

We invite parents and students to consider Study Clinic. Children may attend any number of days in a given week. Some students come all four days that the service is offered, others come a couple of days a week, and some come on an as needed basis. Parents do not have to sign up for the service; it’s available on a walk –in as well as a regular basis.
Students are picked up in the 2nd and 3rd grade common areas and walked to Study Clinic, which is conducted in Mr. Johnson’s room (#17). They are then walked up front at 5:00, or parents are welcome to come to Mr. Johnson’s room to pick them up. Parents may also have the front office call the rooms to have the student sent up to the front office. The cost is $18 per day and is billed monthly through our Business Office. If you have questions about our program, please contact the Director, Mr. Jonathan Herrington.

Extended Day

The Extended Day Program includes a morning drop off service beginning at 7:30 A.M. and after school child care. Students who arrive before 8:00 A.M. report to the appropriate area for the supervised, before-school program. Preschool students meet in the Dining Hall. Lower school students meet in the second grade commons area, and middle school students gather in the library. The after school Extended Day program is offered each school day with the exception of half-days. The goal is to provide a flexible, activity-based program for preschool through first grade and a 30 minute study hall and play time for second through eighth grade.

The service is available on an as needed basis for $10 per hour. In order to comply with state regulations, students in Acorns, KinderKlasse, Prekindergarten, and Montessori may not attend extended day for more than 10 hours per week (this includes before-school and after-school care), so please plan accordingly.

After 3:15 preschool students not picked up in car line may be picked up in the preschool Extended Day room. After 3:30 the second through fifth grade may be picked up in the Library and the middle school in the Middle School Commons. The charge for Extended Day begins to accrue at 3:15 for preschool and 3:30 for all other grades. The athletic department has a separate service for those attending athletic practice and games. When pickup cannot be arranged immediately after these obligations, a charge of $5.00 per half-hour will be incurred. Students not picked up by our closing time of 5:30 P.M. are charged an additional $1 per minute. Billing will be mailed out monthly by our Business Office, and all payments are to be made to The Lexington School.

The safety of your children is our first priority. Students should be picked up through the main entrance. To reinforce their safety, you must sign your children out so that we know they are leaving with the proper person. They may be signed out either at the front desk or with the Extended Day Staff. If anyone other than a parent is picking up your child, please send written permission. Permission information is to be given to the classroom teacher for Preschool and Lower School and to the advisor for Middle School. Identification will be checked.

Middle school students who want to leave Extended Day to attend an after school athletic event or other school sponsored activity such as Fall Festival or the End of School Picnic need written permission to be released without a parent. This can be in the form of a note sent with the student to be given to Mr. Jonathan Herrington, Director of the Program. An email or text to Mr. Herrington would also be acceptable for release. Verbal permission will not be accepted. Lower school and preschool students must be picked up/signed out by the responsible adult. The only exception to this is if a lower school student is being released with a middle school sibling, parents may include the lower school student in the release note and then he or she may leave with their middle school sibling.

Email Jonathan Herrington.