Learning with Legos

Explore basic engineering principles and creativity by designing with basic LEGO materials. Each week a theme will be assigned and LEGO’s provided for in class use. There will be a mix of individual play, group project builds, and speed challenges. We will have an end of the year kit provided to build and take home […]

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Annie, Jr. – Cast Camp (musical)

The student cast receive professional direction in all areas needed to perform a full dramatic production. Musical productions include vocal instruction. July 22-Aug 3 5 hrs a day, 4 days a week for two weeks plus 3 performances Camp: MTWTh 12-5 pm Performances: August 1-3 Th, Fr, Sa at 7:30pm

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Math Basics

This course will simply cover 4 modules: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division It is intended for the student that needs more practice at each or any of the modules. Each module will receive equal instruction over the entire year. Students will be required to complete what will equal to 5 days of homework a week, even […]

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Health & Anatomy

This new Health and Anatomy class is designed to help children explore the structures that make up their body, and how the various parts of their body work together. It is important for children to see how different foods and exercise is good for different organs of the body. This course will include the introduction […]

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Cursive & Social Studies

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. This class is designed for the […]

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Cooking 101

Have you ever wondered how to make your own spaghetti? Or how to make a pizza from scratch? What about the different ways to cook eggs, or how to make a pie crust? In this hands-on cooking class, you will learn all of that plus more! We’ll discover the basics to cooking meals and baking, […]

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Cursive & Beginning Writing 5th-8th

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. We will begin the year by […]

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Early U.S. History

American History can be fun and exciting to learn. No boring lectures here! During our class we will create interactive notebooks utilizing hands-on learning from Teachers Pay Teachers. Join this class and experience lively discussions, demonstrations and interesting activities as we experience the birth of our great Nation. This EARLY American History Curriculum includes: Native […]

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Elementary Reader’s Theatre

This class is for students who do not want to be in a stage production but would like to learn about the performing arts. Students will use only vocal expressions as they read a script adapted from literature. It requires no sets, costumes, props, or memorized lines. Reading fluency will improve throughout the year. This would be a […]

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Musical Theatre

Students will learn musical numbers from popular musical productions and movies.  All levels of experience welcome, class is structured to showcase individuals as well as group abilities. Acting and improvisation games and exercises will also help students prepare these numbers for recital. A parent or guardian is required to attend the first class.

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Science is Fun!

Children are naturally inquisitive and want real answers to their questions. They also learn best through fun, hands-on experimentation. This class combines these two ingredients to guide students into scientific thinking and investigation while equipping them with the foundational knowledge they need to think critically about the world around them. We will study scientists and […]

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Art 2-6

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. One definition of Art is “the […]

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Flash Mob Dance

Learn basic but fun dance moves to gospel, pop and Broadway music. Great exercise in a supportive social setting! All levels of experience encouraged to participate in recital but not required.

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5th Grade Social Studies through Art

This Monday class is designed for 5th grade students and will be a survey of American History and Geography. We will be utilizing the book, Geography Through Art as an exciting way to springboard our survey and study of geography and social studies. We will use parts of several geography texts, video clips and in […]

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