Each year ADB hosts a Harvest Festival, the proceeds of which benefit the Arts at ADB - specifically the ADB
Performance Group, choir, band and folklorico group and Arts Alive.
This year, once again, our groups are hosting the Harvest Festival in October. The Harvest Festival is one of the main fundraisers for the Performing Arts at ADB.
Champions has a great solution for busy working families: activities that combine fun and learning, together with the safety and convenience of a high-quality program right inside your school. Champions offers a variety of group and individual activities designed to keep your child exploring and growing. From art, dramatic play, math and science to problem-solving, language, motor skills and more. We help your child continue learning and developing essential life skills – whether school is in session or not.
Contact Teresa, Site Director, at (408) 847-5322 for registration and fee information.
6:30 a.m. to school start and end of school to 6:00 p.m.
*Program is closed while children attend school
Quality after-school and summer program operated by Gilroy Unified School District in partnership with Cal-SOAP, YMCA, Youth Alliance, with funding provided by ASES and 21st CCLC Grants. Students in Grades TK-5 are recruited to participate in Power School based on academic need.
Contact: (408) 722-5600
- Homework support
- Academic Skills - STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
- Collaboration and Communications skills
- Healthy snacks and meals
- Health and nutrition education
- Physical recreation
- Visual and performing arts
- Youth development
- Character education
- Community connections
Hours of Operation: Every school day, after school until 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Antonio Del Buono's Performance Group is a cross grade level group open to students of any age and grade level. They are dedicated student performers and their parents who meet each week to learn about Creative Movement, the craft of choreography and the discipline of performance skills. In 2017-2018, theee will be a spring performance. More details to follow.
Typically when we start, there can be an unprecedented 60-80 student dancer/actor applicants to the ADB Performance Group. Students study the craft of theater and the skills of dance two to three days a week after school. As part of their contract, parents agree to volunteer at least two hours of their time per month to help us produce the Performance Group.