Enrichment Classes

4th Quarter Enrichment Classes begin the week of March 5th, 2018 and complete the week of April 20th, 2018.  Register early as classes fill quickly.
  1. Tue
    3/6 - 4/17
    Masters of Disaster: Wild Weather $35.00
    10:00am - 11:00am
    Learn about wild weather and the instruments used by meteorologists. Learn survival skills as well as the science behind...Surviving Wild Weather!
  2. Tue
    Poetry Party -FULL
    11:15am - 12:15pm
    Learn some different, fun forms of poems. Practice creating your own literary art piece. Then share it at a special Poetry Party for your family and friends!
  3. Tue
    Hands On History: Great Empires -FULL
    12:30pm - 1:30pm
    History is made up of the rise and fall of empires... peoples who were at one time a great civilization.
  4. Wed
    3/7 - 4/18
    Dissection Lab
    Grab you scapulae and let's start dissecting! MORE INFO TO COME.
  5. Th
    3/8 - 4/19
    Famous Artists - $25.00
    9:45am - 10:45am
    Get to know master artists whose styles spanned the centuries! Also learn about various art movements such as the Baroque, Renaissance, Impressionist, various Modern, Americana, and more!
  6. Th
    3/8 - 4/19
    Tropical Rain-Forest - $30.00
    10:00am - 11:00am
    Let's go on a trip to the Tropical Rainforest!  We will learn about the complex biome.  Exploring animals, waterways, and the inhabitants within.  Hands on fun!
  7. Th
    The American Revolution -FULL
    11:00am -12:30pm
    Our history studies are designed to create a hands-on learning experience that drives the lessons home in a fun way!  The American Revolution, contains 25 lessons that can spread across 12 weeks, covering the politics and conflicts that launched a new nation, such as: Colonial beginnings, the French & Indian War, problems leading up to the revolution, Continental Congress, General Washington, women of the war, several specific battles, many important figures who stood for the cause of liberty, and much more!
  8. Th
    3/8 - 4/19
    Little Scientists - $35.00
    11:05am -12:05pm
    Climb aboard the Little Scientists train and let's explore the world around us.  From chemical reactions to messy concoctions, the world around us is a scientific playground!  We will participate in hands on experiments and activities.
  9. Fri
    Botany -FULL
    11:00am - 12:30pm
    We will be participating in outdoor activities for this class.  Be sure to dress appropriately.  Topics covered include: 1.  Plant cells and photosynthesis 2.  Plant classification 3.  Non-Vascular plants 4.  The Vascular System 5.  Leaves and trees 6.  Plant reproduction 7.  Plant adaptation 8.  Plant diseases
  10. Fri
    Practical Cooking: Puffs & Pastries -FULL
    1:00pm - 3:00pm
    This is a fun, hands on, engaging cooking class with a focus on desserts.  We will explore our palates and of course bring home some delectable treats to share! STUDENT SKILL REQUIREMENTS: MUST have attention span and dexterity to complete tasks.