SPECIAL PROGRAMS

The following are programs that are specifically designed for our school and sponsored by the PTA.

After School Enrichment
Program offers after school classes for children of all grade levels. Class choices change annually but can include Baking, Rock Climbing, Art Programs and so much more!

Backyard Farmer
Connecting students, faculty, staff, and parents through hands-on learning experiences—in and outside the classroom. 

Cultural Arts Assemblies
Culture comes to Maybeury! Theatre IV performances, singing groups, visiting authors like Eric Litwin of “Pete the Cat” and more.

Community Outings
Group Family Trips to University of Richmond Spiders Basketball games, Baseball games at the Diamond to watch the Flying Squirrels and more.

Fifth Grade Corporation
This program is an opportunity for 5th graders to learn the terms of economics and real business. This committee is child-driven with the help of parent leaders to assist with choosing, advertising, and marketing their product to the Maybeury community. Proceeds are then a donation to the school or a class gift.

Growing Minds Garden
Growing Minds is a program at Maybeury working to create a school culture that emphasizes health and well-being.  It aims to help students, teachers, and parents understand the connection between better health and enhanced learning.  Growing Minds engages students with an expansive all-year-round school garden complete with a greenhouse and outdoor classroom.

NBC 12 WeatherNet and the WeatherBug
WeatherBug weather data is powered in real-time by over 8,000 WeatherBug® Tracking Stations located at schools across the United States. Weather data and camera images are used by more than 100 television stations across the country.

That same data feeds into classrooms where students use it to learn science, math, geography and technology.
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STREAM Lab (Science*Technology*Research*Engineering*Art*Math)
The STREAM Lab is especially designed for higher-level thinking and hands-on learning.

Technology Equipment in the Classroom
I-Beams and Promethean Boards allow students to see what’s on the computer from anywhere in the room.