At Greenbriar Elementary, students in grades k-5 have many opportunities to enhance their educational experience. The normal student day provides special interest opportunities while the after school programming is filled with educational/musical enrichment and physical fitness. Information is sent home throughout the year as various activities begin enrollment. Please watch your student’s backpack, read the school newsletter, or check our News and Events section of this website for the latest on extra offerings at Greenbriar.
The Parent Teacher Organization provides after school enrichment twice a year for 3 months, once per semester. Students can get involved in a variety of experiences ranging from art to karate. Past enrichment offerings have included: Pottery, Cartooning, Spanish, Chinese Language and Culture, Gymnastics, Physical Fitness, Karate, Drawing, Dance Hip Hop, Twirling, Girls Growing Gracefully, and a variety of Book Studies. After School Enrichment opportunities.
The Washington Township Little League (formerly Westlane Delaware Trail Little League). As a chartered league of Little League Baseball and Softball, WTLL has served area youth for over 60 years, Washington Township Little League offers instructional Tee-Ball, baseball, and softball programs for youth ages 4 through 10 and competitive baseball and softball programs for players age 10 through 18. Leagues form early in the year and play throughout summer and fall. League & boundary information: http://www.wdtll.net
Panther Football (WTFL) is an affiliate of USA Football and programs are designed to provide an opportunity for kids to learn and play SAFE football in a fun environment without the pressure of “win” football. Additional information and registration: http://www.wtflpanthers.com/home.php
FBA is a Youth Sports program serving over 2000 children each year in Washington Township. Located on the corner of 86th and College Ave, FBA offers Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, and more for Boys and Girls of all ages. Visit http://www.firstbaptistathletics.com or call 317.844.3559 for more information.
Developmental and In-House teams are created based on grade, school and evaluation result. Divisions are generally separated by grade level. Travel participants must also be evaluated in a separate travel evaluation. Additional information and registration: http://www.pantherbasketball.com
The North Central Starz Diving Club practices in the state of the art Natatorium facility on the North Central High School campus. The diving club is for all skill levels of divers in the Washington Township Area, made up of divers ranging in age from Kindergarten to 12th grade. Participants train on springboard and platform all year round, and nearly 100% of our new divers have no formal diving experience when they join.There is no experience necessary and all we ask is that you know how to swim in the deep end. For more information, e-mail Coach David McKown (email@example.com) or visit http://www.starzdiving.com
The Washington Township Schools’ Community Tennis Program consists of 44 Courts located at three locations: Barbara S. Wynne Tennis Center with a large Tennis House and 32 courts. Address 1805 East 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46240; Eastwood Tennis Center, 4401 East 62nd Street, with 6 courts and bathrooms; and Westlane Tennis Center, 6 courts located at 1301 West 73rd Street. Classes are offered at all three locations during the Spring and Summer months. USTA Programs are offered from beginner level to a strong Tournament Players program with a staff of 16 and over 300 participants. Adult classes are offered both during the day and at night. All classes and programs are open to the public and there is no membership fee. For more information, call 317-259-5377 or visit http://www.tennisprogram.com
The Washington Township Swim Club, a nonprofit club run by its elected Board of Directors, is a USS year round, competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction for all ages and abilities. The goal of our team is to provide every member an opportunity to improve swimming skills and achieve success at his or her level of ability, from novice to international competitor. As members of the American Swim Coaches Association, all coaches have access to the most comprehensive training and certification program for youth coaches of any sport in the United States. They provide assurances that the time children spend in swimming will be quality time. For more information, visit http://www.wtscswim.org/Home.jsp?team=inwtsc