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Art on the Gogh


What can we do with paper and glue? Who is Jackson Pollock and what was his painting style? When was Vincent’s blue period? If you’ve ever wondered these things (or even if you haven’t) then Art on the Gogh is the perfect experience for you! On the Gogh is a general art class that explores a variety of materials, techniques and famous painters. Don’t wear your nice clothes because we might get a little messy!

This 18 week class meets on Wednesdays 1:00 to 2:00 and is for Middle/High School ages.

Teacher:  Emily Bierce


Content aligns to: Visual Arts


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Becoming the Ultimate Barista – CLASS IS FULL


Looking for an opportunity to learn coffee-making skills? In this class we’ll be studying all things coffee: the bean, the grind, the equipment, the history… and of course, we’ll be drinking lots of coffee! Students will learn the art of pulling shots, steaming milk, hot and iced espresso drinks along with Italian sodas and chai teas. They will also learn about resumes, cover letters, cash handling, customer service and safe food handling, and how coffee beans are roasted. A self obtained Washington State Food Workers Permit will be required by the end of the 18 week course.  Course runs Thursdays, 1:00-2:00    Teacher:  Stephanie Lentz

Content aligns to: Health/Nutrition, Life Skills, Work Skills

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Beginning Tumbling – CLASS IS FULL


This is a high energy class using floor, beam, and mini trampoline to work on a fun mix of beginner tumbling, acro and gymnastics skills

This is an 18 week class designed for Kindergarten to 12th grade students.  It meets Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:00

Teacher:  Whitney Pittsenbarger

Content aligns to: Movement/Pe

Co-Op, Middle and High School Level


Join our Co-Op where we strive to support and build community with a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) focus. After paying the family membership fee of $75, each student will have a $35 monthly fee for materials and facilities fee.   Middle and High School levels meet on  Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 for fun lessons!    As a cooperative, parents are expected to be involved during co-op time. All classes are parent-taught and the program is parent-led.  Parents are also encouraged to volunteer in other ways (i.e.: plan field trips, coordinate classes).  This will be the first month’s fee.
Director of Co-Op: Amanda Upton

Current World Events


Using current events, this class focuses on world and local issues that affect students’ everyday lives, such as economics, government and conflict. This course uses newspapers, online media, and newscasts to support class discussion. Additionally students participate in group projects, presentations and work with primary source materials and opinion pieces in order to better understand the world around them.

This is an 18 week class, geared for Middle and High School students.  It meets Wednesdays from 11:00-12:00

Teacher:  John Glenewinkel

Content aligns to: Civics, Social Studies, Reading, Writing

Drama is a great teacher for life skills Grades 4-12


In this class students will learn the terminology which enables the student to gain a beginning understanding of the theatrical arts. Acting terminology, dramatic theory, and methods of acting are introduced through participatory warm ups, theatre games, pair work, structured improvisations and the performance of scripted scenes. The year culminates in our annual performance.
This first semester class meets Thursdays from 11:00 to 12:00   To be in a culminating performance be sure to sign up for the second semester in January!  Teacher – Rebecca Ormiston

Financial Literacy


This course teaches all one needs to be financially literate.  The course will focus on the following topics:  Earning, Spending, Saving and Investing, Borrowing, Protecting Assets and Identity.  Students will be asked to create products (i.e. budgets and risk plans) outside of the classroom.  This is a semester-long course and will use resources provided by the FDIC and the University of Arizona.  Students who enroll in this course can earn credit.

This is an 18 week class, geared for 7th-12th grade students.  It meets Wednesdays from 10:00 to 11:00

Teacher:  John Glenewinkel

Content aligns to: Mathematics, Life Skills, Personal/Consumer Math


Jewelry Making


Learn to create beautiful jewelry using beautiful beads of many shapes, sizes and materials. Earrings, bracelets, pins, watch bands, necklaces and more all designed by YOU! Come be creative with us!

This is an 18 week class, designed for 4th to 12th grade students.  It meets Thursdays from 11:00 to 12:00

Teacher:  Stephanie Lentz

Content aligns to: Art


Let’s Move! Grades 4-12


We all know movement helps us to have healthy bodies and positive outlooks in life! This upbeat movement class focuses on high energy movements that help strengthen your bodies. Come join us for appropriate, upbeat music while we learn to stretch and strengthen our muscles.

This is an 18 week class, geared for 4th to 12th grade students. It meets Tuesdays from 12:00-1:00

Teacher:  Katie Garringer

Content aligns to: Health/Fitness



Mythological Creatures And Their Origins


Mythical creatures originate from ancient mythologies, stories and folklore, and are often present in books, tv, film and games. This class explores a variety of mythical creatures and where their origins are from. Come learn about pegasus, elves, mermaids, serpents, and phoenixes just to name a few.

This is an 18 week class, designed for 7 -12th grade students.  It meets Wednesdays  from 12:00 to 1:00

Teacher:  Evan Carter

Content aligns to: ELA: Reading & Writing


Myths and Legends


Deepen your awareness, understanding, and appreciation of this literary genre. Your study of myths and legends will involve reading, discussing, and analyzing fascinating stories from ancient cultures and discovering how they have changed over time.

This is an 18 week class, designed for 7th to 12th grade students.  It meets Wednesdays  from 11:00 to 12:00

Teacher:  Evan Carter

Content aligns to: Reading, Writing



Paper Art Grades 4-12


How many creations can we make from paper? In this class we will be using various techniques to create projects. From quilling to making our own paper, we are sure to get messy!

This is an 18 week class, designed for 4th to t12h grade students.  It meets Mondays from 2:00 to 3:00

Teacher:  Amanda Upton

Content aligns to: Art