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4 Square Writing

$180.00

The Four Square method can be used with all forms of writing and will fit any reading or language arts program. This step-by-step approach is built around a simple graphic organizer that first shows students how to collect ideas and then helps them use those ideas to create clear and polished prose. This method is also great for content area writing.

This is an 18 week class, designed for 3rd to 7th grade students.  It meets Mondays from 12:00 to 1:00 First class begins September 9th.

Teacher:  Stephane Lentz

Content aligns to: Writing

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Creative Writing – THIS CLASS IS FULL

$180.00

We are going to stretch our imaginations! This class is all about learning how to tell an exciting story. We will be reading living books to understand good examples of quality literature. Then learning how to structure a sentence and advancing all the way to writing and illustrating their own books! This class will be filled with lots of popcorn oral narration stories, partner collaboration and silliness. The goal is to make writing fun!

This is an 18 week class, designed for 1st to 4th grade students.  It meets Wednesdays  from 10:00 to 11:00

Teacher: Kellie Armstrong

Content aligns to: ELA:  Reading & Writing

 

Current World Events

$180.00

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

I Survived Series – This CLASS IS FULL

$180.00

People said it was unsinkable, but when the Titanic slams into an iceberg in the middle of the night, 2,229 passengers face a terrifying life-or-death situation. Among them are 10 year old George Calder, his younger sister Phoebe and his young but wealthy Aunt Daisy. The year is 1912. Come explore the great unsinkable ship and find Daisy before it’s too late!

This is an 18 week class, geared for 3rd through 6th grade students.  It meets Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:00

Teacher:  Stephanie Lentz

Content aligns to: Reading and writing

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Magic Tree House- This CLASS IS FULL

$180.00

Let’s go on an adventure with Jack and Annie! What is it like to live in the land of dinosaurs, or like a knight? We will read chapters from teh books and reate projects to go along with the book themes.

This is an 18 week class designed for grades 2-5. It meets on Mondays at 12:00 beginning September 9th.
Teacher:  Amanda Upton

Content aligns to: Reading, Writing, Social Studies

 

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Maker’s Class- This CLASS IS FULL

$180.00

This class is all about working with your hands, making crafts, gifts and learning new skills. We will be learning the basics of orgami, knitting, weaving, hand sewing, sculpting, carving and much more!

This is an 18 week class, geared for 2nd through 6th grade students.  It meets Thursdays from 11:00 to 12:00

Teacher:  Kellie Armstrong

Content aligns to: Arts and integrates reading, writing, and math skills.

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Mysteries in History

$180.00

Let’s take a look at the Battle of Lexington and who fired the first shot of the American Revolution! The lesson follows a set of clues looking at primary sources in an effort to determine who fired the shot heard around the world!

This is an 18 week class, designed for 6th to 8th grade students.  It meets Mondays from 11:00 to 12:00 Beginning September 9th.

Teacher: Stephanie Lentz

Content aligns to: Reading, Writing, & Social Studies

Mythological Creatures And Their Origins

$180.00

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

$180.00

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

 

 

Space Place Grades 4-8

$180.00

Have you ever asked yourself “How many moons do other planets have?”, “How did our solar system form?”, “Why does Saturn have rings?”, “Is there weather in space?” Well, let’s figure it out! In this class we will explore planets, the moon, the solar system and more!

This is an 18 week class, designed for 4th to 8th grade students.  It meets Mondays  from 1:00 to 2:00

Teacher:  Stephanie Lentz

Content aligns to: Reading, Science,