Piano - Virtual Lessons 

Students will learn the "ABC's" of piano performance and musicianship. Lessons will consist of classical piano teaching in a nurturing environment with special emphasis on complete music literacy and integrative "music as a language" learning. This includes aural skills, piano technique, rhythm, solfege, singing, sight-reading, and music theory.

Instructor: Joshua Jobst is a classical pianist, vocalist, composer, and music pedagogue. He began piano studies at age four and attended on scholarship Interlochen Arts Academy. He holds a Masters degree in Piano Performance and a Bachelors degree in Piano Pedagogy, and is the recipient of many music awards and prizes, including the prestigious Franz Liszt Award. He is the author of two music books, Pitch Paths: A Method for Absolute Pitch Development and PianoVoce: Beginning Music Language. “Maestro Josh” is also a professional cinematographer and photographer and cinematographer. He enjoys pending time with his two children, and riding motorcycles.



Girls on the Run - Spring 2020 - REGISTRATION CLOSED

Girls on the Run is a program that inspires girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind. Trained coaches, Anne Thomas and Amber Byers, lead small teams through research-based curricula which includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games. Over the course of the ten-week program, girls in 3rd-5th grade develop essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event.


March 9th-May 22nd

M/Th, 3:30-5:00PM

Contact: Amber Byers at



Aerial Skills - Spring 2020 - REGISTRATION CLOSED

Learn the basics of aerial silks, from how to climb to how to drop – SAFELY! Classes will begin with warm-up and stretching, followed by intro to new techniques and review of old ones. Students should already be in reasonably good shape and free from injuries, and MUST be able and willing to follow the instructor’s directions in order to stay safe.

Instructor: Lillian Richards is a long-time resident of Michigan who has a love of teaching and learning. She has been training in aerial silks at Ringstar Studio for the last three years. She is also a member of Ring of Steel’s Cirque Surya. She has performed at multiple venues such as Bay City’s Tall Ships Celebration, YpsiFest, and the Saline Celtic Festival. Currently, she is the aerial arts director of Gymco in Grand Rapids.

Wardrobe: Students should wear clothes that are form fitting or close to it, as loose, baggy clothing can get caught in the silks. Clothes should cover the knees, hips, and underarms. Students who choose to wear tights should make sure that they are footless tights, not footed and NOT convertible. Long hair should be restrained in a bun or pony tail and students should refrain from wearing any jewelry, including rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, anklets, etc. Silks are practiced barefoot so there is no need for special shoes or socks.

Snack: Bring a small, healthy snack (fruit), & avoid snacks with lots of processed sugar or that will make you sleepy.

WHO: Students in grades 4th-8th (minimum class size of 4; maximum class size of 6)
QUESTIONS:  Contact Lillian Richards at


January 29th-May 6th

W, 3:15-4:30PM & 4:30-5:45PM

Contact: Lillian Richards at

Register: Silks Winter/Spring 2020

Chess - Winter 2020 - REGISTRATION CLOSED

Students will spend half the class receiving chess instruction, and then they will play each other while the instructors observe and offer constructive feedback.  The class will meet on Thursdays.

Instructor: Mr. Garrison is one of Michigan’s top 100 rated tournament chess players. He is also ranked #1 overall game player at, a leading thinking games website. Mr. Garrison began teaching chess to children in 1996. His teams consistently win state championships. 


January 16th-March 12th

Th, 3:25-4:25PM

Contact: Ray Garrison at

Phone: 734-945-5951

Register: Chess Winter 2020


Legomaniacs 2019 - 2020 - REGISTRATION CLOSED

Honey Creek has 2 LEGO League teams that will be designing, building, and competing with LEGO robotics. Our team name is the Honey Creek Legomaniacs.


Our Junior FIRST LEGO League team is for students in grades 1-3 (ages 6-9). This team can have a maximum of 6 members.

Our FIRST LEGO League team is for grades 4-8 (ages 9-14). This team can have a maximum of 10 members.

The team competes in 3 areas: the Project (a research project related to the theme), the Game (the Lego robotics part), and Teamwork (team-building/communication activities). Our team will then compete in a regional tournament to see how we stack up against other area teams! In past years, the FLL tournament has been in Monroe, and the JrFLL tournament is also in the metro Detroit area.

This will be a fast-paced experience – we have approximately 9 weeks to go from scratch to our qualifying tournament! If your student is interested, make sure you and they are both prepared to make a time investment and work hard as part of a team!

This fee pays for our team’s registration and tournament fees, and will include a team T-shirt. Students must also be registered for Honey Creek Aftercare (separate registration fee applies; please contact Sue Hofbauer with questions –



Theater - Spring 2020 - Fantastic Mr. Fox - REGISTRATION CLOSED

All 4th-8th grade students interested in theater are invited to join Liz and Jeannie in Honey Creek’s production of “The Fantastic Mr. Fox.”


Auditions will be held on Tuesday, January 21st. Rehearsals will run on Tuesdays from 3:15-4:15PM starting on January 28th. Thursday rehearsals will be added in March and April, with the two performances TENTATIVELY scheduled for Friday, April 24th at 4:00PM and 6:00PM. Exact date, time, and location TBD.


Instructors: Liz Scott teaches middle school language arts and brings experience of her own days working set and props crew for high school musicals. She has led the HCCS theatrical productions since 2014. Jeannie Crayne teaches 2/3 and has been an active performer for several years. She has enjoyed the atmosphere of small performances with young children during the school year with her classes and after school Readers Theater groups.


Snack: Students should bring a small, healthy snack & avoid snacks with lots of processed sugar that makes them tired.


January 21st-April 21st

Tu, 3:15-4:15PM

*Dress rehearsal is every Thursday, March 5-April 23rd

*April 23rd until 6PM

Performance: April 24th at 4PM and 6PM

Contact: Liz at or Jeannie at

Register: Spring Theater 2020

HC Theater - 2019

Theater Tech - Spring 2020 - Fantastic Mr. Fox - REGISTRATION CLOSED 

Wanted: Masters of the Universe. We are looking for our next adventurous tech team. Students will transport our actors to the world of Mr. Fox by learning about what goes on and into the behind the scenes of putting on a theater performance and become our tech crew for the school play. Students will be divided into the main categories (sound/lighting, costumes, make-up, props, and publicity) that they will learn about and be asked to perform those duties during the rehearsals and performances. This season’s show is VERY prop, costume, and makeup heavy, so students will need to be willing to explore all areas, be open minded on their assignments, and focused on the end result.... the performance.


Instructor: Heidi Ellis has a masters degree from Eastern Michigan University in Costume Design and Construction where she helped teach the undergraduate students while helping to build the theater productions. She worked for 11 years at the Henry Ford as a supervisor in the costume shop where she trained the new employees and made clothing.


Snack: We have found in the past that the students never save enough of their snacks, so this time around we will be providing a healthy snack. If there are dietary issues you must let us know. If a snack is sent from home, please know that we are and will be PEANUTS and TREE NUTS FREE.


February 4th-April 23rd

Tu/Th, 3:15-4:15PM

*April 21st and 23rd are until 6PM

Performance: April 24th at 4PM and 6PM

Contact: Heidi Ellis at

Register: Spring Theater Tech 2020

Spanish - Spring 2020 - REGISTRATION CLOSED

  • Students learn useful vocabulary, phrases and dialogs for daily conversation

  • Activities include games, songs, role-play, some reading and writing, culture

  • Our highly interactive curriculum encourages participation; have fun while learning! Students bring their own snack, no nuts please!

  • All class materials included.


February 24th-May 4th

M, 3:30-4:30PM

Register: or Spring Spanish 2020


American Cursive Handwriting - Winter/Spring 2020 - REGISTRATION CLOSED

I follow the “American Cursive ™ Handwriting” book and curriculum by Master Penman Michael R. Sull. Students will learn from how to hold the pen / pencil to form the letters correctly, and be able to write in cursive using the A.C.H. system.


Instructor: Hong Nguyen has been using fountain pens and practicing handwriting since she was in Elementary school. She fell in love with the beautiful Spencerian Script and learned that American Cursive handwriting was the simplified form of Spencerian without any shading. Choosing to study and practice Spencerian under Master Penman Michael Sull and Harvest Crittenden and to teach American Cursive handwriting, it is her honor to learn more about American Handwriting's golden age. Hong has been teaching the American Cursive handwriting base of the "American Cursive handwriting TM" book and curriculum by Master Pen Man Michael Sull for two years and has been commissioned to do workshops in pen shows around the country. Hong is experienced working with children and adults, and has learned that Cursive Handwriting - like music - brings tremendous benefits to children


January 29th-May 6th

W, 3:15-4:30PM


Phone: 734-276-0356

Register: ACH Winter/Spring


Come learn the fundamentals of football. In this 3-week course students will learn how to throw a spiral, run routes, play defense, properly carry the ball, and call plays. Using flags allows students to learn proper ways of navigating the game without the full contact.


Instructor: Middle school social studies teacher, Joe Griffith, has a passion for football. From playing on his high school football team to regularly sneaking away at lunch recess to play with students at Honey Creek, it has been a part of his life for the last twenty years. Within the last five years, he even laced up his cleats and played semi-pro ball in the UAE. Al Bundy, eat your heart out…


March 5th-19th

Th, 3:15-4:30PM


Register: Flag Football Spring 2020


  • Registration and Dues

    • Checks can be payable to “Cub Scout Pack 3193”.

New Scouts:

  • Youth Application is needed. Paper copies available at Pack meeting.

  • Health Form is needed.  See attached.

  • $88 (National registration + Pack dues).  Additional $12 for optional Boys Life subscription.

Current Scouts:

  • Updated Health Form is needed.  See attached.

  • $80 (National registration + Pack dues).  Additional $12 for optional Boys Life subscription.

  • Pick-Up Policy

    • To make sure that all Scouts are safe, each Scout needs to be signed out before leaving the meeting.  Please let us know if someone besides their parent/guardian will be picking up.

    • All Scouts not picked up by 4PM will be taken to After Care by an adult from the Pack.

  • Calendar

    • See below for the current Pack calendar.  More events will be added.  Stay tuned for the Pack website where the calendar can be accessed directly. 

    • Please review events in RED which require pre-registration and may have limited space available.  Complete registration if your Scout is interested in attending.

    • Going forward separate emails will be sent for each event.  We will track which Scouts are planning to attend.

    • Please let us know if you have ideas for other events for the Scouts!

    • Limited spaces available.



Daisies/Girl Scouts/Juniors - REGISTRATION CLOSED

  • Registration and Dues

    • Register and pay district dues ($35) online to our Council

    • Complete HCCS Girl Scouts registration form, which includes the health form

    • Give a check for $45 for troop dues to your daughter's troop leader at Honey Creek; check made out as follows:

      • Daisies (K/1): GSHOM Troop #40052

      • Brownies (2/3): GSHOM Troop #40075

      •  Juniors (4/5): GSHOM Troop #40077

  • Pick-Up Policy

    • To make sure that all Scouts are safe, each child needs to be signed out before leaving the meeting. Please let us know if someone besides their parent/guardian will be picking up.

    • All Scouts not picked up by 4:05PM will be taken to AfterCare by a leader.

  • Calendar

    • 2020-2021 calendar in progress; events will be added as conditions permit.

    • Please review events in RED which require pre-registration and may have limited space available. Complete registration if your daughter is interested in attending.

    • Going forward, separate emails will be sent for each event. We will track which girls are planning to attend.

    • Please let us know if you have ideas for other events!


Contact: Julie de Jong, Honey Creek Girl Scout Coordinator


Middle School Sparks Jazz Band - REGISTRATION CLOSED

The Sparks Jazz Band is heating up again this winter! We will be working in the First Place for Jazz books again, and playing some pop tunes from radio! Sparks Jazz Band is open to ALL INSTRUMENTS (YES - flute, violin, clarinet, etc - that means you!) in 6th-8th grade band students, and 5th - 8th non-band students who play piano, guitar, or bass guitar. Students should be comfortable with note reading sheet music as well as chord symbols. This year we have two performances: the Talent Show (TBA) and the Spring Concert on Thursday, May 21st. We are also getting t-shirts for the Sparks Uniform.


INSTRUCTOR: Garry K. Klink has been playing in various traditional and non-traditional ensembles most of his life. Some of the nontraditional ensembles include dance hall bands, alternative rock bands, show choir bands, and jazz ensembles, performing mostly on drum set and piano. Garry has his degree in music education from Eastern Michigan University and started several successful jazz band programs in schools where he has worked. These ensembles are still going strong today.


M, 3:15-4:15

Contact: Garry at

Register: MS Jazz 2020

Prior Years Clubs

  • Flute & Voice Lesson

  • Virtual Wonders

  • Volleyball

  • Reader's Theater

  • Skateboarding

  • Swim Lessons

  • Scratch Programming

  • Piano

  • Italian

  • Field Hockey Clinic

  • Art Studio

  • Black Belt Academy

  • Basketball

  • Homework Club

  • Song, Craft & Rhythm Group