Enrichment Classes

1st Quarter Enrichment Classes begin the week of September 10th, 2018.  Register early as classes fill quickly.
ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN
  1. Th
    9/13 - 4/11
    Reading, Writing and Grammar! - $130.00
    9:30am - 10:45am
    In this year long class we will cover the scope of Language Arts.  From reading and writing to grammar and research.  Spelling will be touched on during writing and editing process. Each lesson includes prewriting games, brainstorming with graphic organizers, story writing (with help as needed), self-editing, and publishing the story in a creative way.  These lessons will span over a 1-3 week period depending on the topic and complexity.
  2. Th
    9/12-12/13
    The Early 19th Century - $60.00
    11:00am -12:15pm
    The Early 19th Century will be covering the growth of a nation and the people that left an impression in it. Lessons include: The Louisiana Purchase, the Lewis & Clark Expedition, the War of 1812, America's First 12 Presidents, Statehood's up to 1850, Native Americans, Inventions and Innovators, The Alamo, People of Importance, The Mexican-American War, Mountain Men, Pioneers, The Westward Movement, The Gold Rush, and much more!
  3. Tue
    9/11-12/11
    Elementary Art: Famous Artist Exploration - $60.00
    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! THIS SEMESTER: Pablo Picasso - Vincent Van Gogh - Jackson Pollock - Salvador Dali - Mark Chagall - Andy Warhal
  4. Tue
    9/11-12/11
    Middle School Art: World of Art - $65.00
    11:00am - 12:15am
    Art has always played a significant role in shaping and recording our cultural history and lifestyles; teaching it from this perspective has become an increasingly necessary discipline in our ever shrinking world. So, get ready to discover art from around the world!  we will cover traditional folk art techniques from Africa, South America, North America, Australia (and more). Your students and children can make cool multicultural creations as they learn more about the world around them.
  5. Tue
    9/11-4/11
    High-School Art History - $130.00
    2:00pm – 3:30pm
    Drawing on History is an interactive approach to art appreciation and art history.. Drawing on History, Pre-Civil War–Vietnam covers one year of required high school fine arts credits, giving the student an overview of many of the major art movements from Romanticism of the 1830s to Psychedelic art of the 1960s.!
  6. Mon
    10/01-11/05
    Music Appreciation - $10.00
    10:00am-11:15am
    Come and join Mrs. Lisa as they use the Young Person's Guide to Orchestra to learn all about different musical instruments.  They will listen to "Peter and the Wolf" to help reinforce what they have learned.  They will also listen to, dance and explore the "Carnival of the Animals".  
  7. Mon
    10/01-11/05
    Genetics - $30.00
    1:00pm-2:30pm
    Come learn about genetics with several hands-on projects.  We will make DNA models, extract DNA from living cells, examine human traits and observe how they are passed through generations, create an organism based on genetic principles and master the use of Punnet Squares with the help of Sponge Bob and Harry Potter.
  8. Mon
    10/01-11/05
    Practical Cooking: Casseroles - $90.00
    3:00pm-4:45pm
    Be prepared to make all in one dishes as we explore Casserole Cooking.  The children will learn about one pan cooking, seasonings, different meats, additions and textures.  We will explore differing taste varriations and how each food compliments the next. *Please note that this class requires dexterity, safety with kitchen tools, and requires students to be aware of other students and follow all safety requirements.
  9. Th
    10/04-11/08
    First Aid and CPR - $25.00
    1:00pm-2:00pm
    Discover how to help other and save lives!  Learn how to stay safe, know when to call 911, become confident in providing first aid for burns, nose bleeds, bad bleeds, choking, broken bones, sprains/strains, allergic reactions, and what to do if you come across someone who is not responsive.  Lots of role playing situations and hands-on practice will be provided.  *Taught by a physician assistant.
  10. Fri
    9/14-10/19
    P.E. Kick Ball - FREE
    2:00pm-3:00pm
    Join us on Fridays for a fun game or 2 of kickball.  Run, play and exercise with your friends.  All ages!  Bring a water bottle and wear appropriate shoes and attire.  See you there.