This is the first post from Dmitriy. Ha ha. Not really. But this is a test to make sure his new account works and he has access to post new messages. Look forward to all kinds of greatness to follow.
Dmitriy will probably test to see if he can edit or delete this post 🙂
Update: he will not.
Unfortunately our website was hacked in 2022. The hackers added code to many files that made it inoperable for many months. I have finally rid the files of their handiwork and the site seems to be back up and running like it was before. It is not as nice looking as it was, but I will slowly work to get it back to the way it was before.
Registration for the Fall 2022 school year chess club is now OPEN! Please go to this link and follow the instructions.
Great news everyone. Our chess club is preparing for club meetings starting on Friday, September 9th. 6:40 to 7:40AM in the library as usual.
Dmitriy Belyi will be leading the group and is looking for as many interested parents to help get the club up and running again. If you are interesting in helping, please contact him at email@example.com
Here is the flyer that will be going out to all students soon:
Today we will show the following video about creating passed pawns.
Coach James will be reviewing the battering ram tactic to the pawns at this week’s club meeting.
The Spicewood Elementary Chess Club is having a party at the Spicewood Elementary school on Saturday November 2nd from 10:00 to 2:00pm. The event is for 4 hours with pizza arriving around noon. We know Saturday’s are a busy day with lots of sports and other activities, so this event is designed for you to come and go as you please. Swing by for only 30 minutes or stay the whole time.
We will be playing Chess and having fun with our friends. We will have coaches available to work with the students. This is the week before the Casis Elementary Scholastic Chess tournament, so we will be helping the kids prepare for the tournament as well as have fun with our special chess sets including our light up chess boards, our 4 player chess sets, our Musketeer variant chess pieces (elephant, unicorn, dragon, leopard, etc)
We have also invited some of our friends from other local elementary Chess clubs as well as local chess teachers and experts.
The club will be providing Pizza and we ask parents to signup to bring other items needed for the party such as drinks, plates, utensils, etc. This is also a potluck, so we encourage parents to bring cookies, snacks, etc. There is a signup sheet for Parents to RSVP and let us know what item/items you can volunteer to bring. Please remember no food containing nuts!