Register for Snowflake

What is Snowflake?
Evanston 6th-8th grade students have been living it up at Snowflake since it was first held in our community, in 2001. The event aims to teach attendees important life skills such as decision making, communication, and problem solving, in the coolest and most interactive ways possible.

Snowflake engages middle school, high school, and Northwestern students, as well as adults from the community, in order to create a fun and meaningful experience for all involved.

Featured Presentations

  • CircEsteem
    Since 2001, CircEsteem has been able to unite youth from diverse racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds and help build self-esteem and mutual respect through the practice of circus arts. Students will be able to learn and practice 4 different circus acts: the gym-wheel, tight-wire, plate spinning and juggling!
  • Snow Jam
    Students will participate with their small groups in a variety of teambuilding activities. These interactive and competitive activities will help students learn teamwork, cooperation, effective communication, problem solving, and encouragement while having lots of fun in the process!

When and Where?
The event will be take place on Friday, February 5, 2016 at Nichols Middle School. Snowflake will be held at Nichols Middle School 800 Greenleaf St. Evanston, IL 60202

Snacks and dinner will be provided free of cost. Transportation to the event will be provided by District 65. Buses will pick up students from each school and bring them to Nichols. Registration will take place between 3:35-4:00 pm in the Nichols cafeteria. No cell phones will be allowed at the event. Please arrange transportation prior to event.

Who Should Attend?
6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who attend Evanston/Skokie District 65 schools. Snowflake is FREE to attend!! Students will participate in both large and small group sessions.

Registration
No late registrations will be accepted. Please return the registration form (Snowflake 2016 Brochure) by Wednesday, January 20. See the website for more information: www.snowflake.weebly.com.

 

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