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Classes

How Formed: Classes are formed by a parent proposing to teach a subject and then submitting a proposal to the appropriate class coordinator. After Board approval, class is placed into the next available schedule for the agreed semester.

Who Teaches: Every class will have a teacher and at least one co teacher able to teach in the event of the teacher’s absence.

How Many Children: The maximum class size will be determined by the teacher and proposed to the class coordinator, for Board approval.

What is taught: All curriculums must be proposed to the class coordinator, for Board approval and must not teach against our statement of faith.

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How Formed: Classes are formed by a parent proposing to teach a subject and then submitting a proposal to the appropriate class coordinator. After Board approval, class is placed into the next available schedule for the agreed semester.

Who Teaches: Every class will have a teacher and at least one co teacher able to teach in the event of the teacher’s absence.

How Many Children: The maximum class size will be determined by the teacher and proposed to the class coordinator, for Board approval.

What is taught: All curriculums must be proposed to the class coordinator, for Board approval and must not teach against our statement of faith.

FALL 2021 CLASSES

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How Formed: Classes are formed by a parent proposing to teach a subject and then submitting a proposal to the appropriate class coordinator. After Board approval, class is placed into the next available schedule for the agreed semester.

Who Teaches: Every class will have a teacher and at least one co-teacher able to teach in the event of the teacher’s absence.

How Many Children: The maximum class size will be determined by the teacher and proposed to the class coordinator, for Board approval.

What is taught: All curriculums must be proposed to the class coordinator, for Board approval and must not teach against our statement of faith.

Hour 1

Beginning Reading-4-7 years

                   Teacher-Carissa Spray

                   Assistant-

Wild Kratts-7+ years

                   Teacher-Christy Brunk

                   Assistant-  Mylinda Smiley

 

Strategic Board Games-7+ years

                   Teacher- Karie Chance

                   Assistant-Catheline Seigmund

 

Personal Finance-11+ years

                    Teacher- Donna Mangis

                    Assistant-Shannon Chance

Hour 1 Class Descriptions

Beginning Reading: In our ongoing journey towards raising competent readers this class will involve teaching and reinforcing letter identification, letter sounds, handwriting, etc. through fun discussion, crafts, and interactive games. 

Wild Kratts: In this class we will be exploring some amazing animals and insects. Each animal or insect will be discussed for 2 weeks. The first week will be a Wild Kratts video and a craft. The following class will be spent creating lap books and learning more about that creature.

Cost: $7

Strategic Board Games: We will be coming together to hone our abilities to use strategy and critical thinking. Students are encouraged to bring their favorite games and teach them to the class.

Personal Finance: We will use a variety of resources to better understand how the American economic system works. We will also cover the basics of personal finance.

Hour 2

US Geography-Kindergarten -2nd grade

                   Teacher-Carissa Spray

                   Assistant- Jessica Gould

Things That Fly-6-10 years

                   Teacher-Karie Chance

                   Assistant-Donna Mangis

1st Aid/Survival-10+ years

                   Teacher-Christy Brunk

                   Assistant-Catheline Seigmund

U.S. Presidents 2-10+ years

                    Teacher-Mylinda Smiley

                    Assistant- Shannon Chance

 

Hour 3

Gym-pre-K through 2nd grade

                   Teacher-Donna Mangis

                   Assistant-Catheline Seigmund

Legos-7+ years

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                   Assistant-Jessica Gould

Water Colors-4th grade and up 

                   Teacher-Shannon Chance

                   Teacher- Christy Brunk 

Spanish 2-11+ years

                    Teacher- Mylinda Smiley

                    Assistant-Carissa Spray/Karie Chance

2nd Hour Class Descriptions

US Geography: We will study 7 continents through maps, activities and more. Get a greater understanding of these 7 continents through interactive games, colorful pictures, and interesting facts.

Things That Fly:  We will be focusing on the fifth day of Creation, the different flying creatures. We will be using Apologia's Flying things curriculum and will pick some of the different flying creatures to learn about through reading and some hands on learning moments.

1st Aid/Survival: In this class we will learn the basics of first aid, how to bandage a bleed, how to splint a broken leg, how to care for a bee sting or a tick bite, and many more first aid scenarios. We will also learn basic CPR on adults, children, and infants. Class will also include discussion focusing on how to handle a person who is choking.

U.S. Presidents 2: This is a continuation of the previous semester. The basic terms, significant accomplishments, and distinguishing actions of Presidents numbers 25-46 will be discussed. The goal is to memorize names, faces, and a basic fact or 2 about the presidency. Previous attendance is not required but we will review the first 24 presidents faces and years in office.

3rd Hour Class Descriptions

Gym: Each week we will have fun moving our bodies. We will make a healthy snack that goes along with our studies.

Cost: $10 for food (any excess money will be refunded if not used)

Legos: This is a time to challenge each student to think outside the box. Through suggestions and idea-sharing students will hopefully step into their adventure zone and try to build some things they have never tried before, or possibly never successfully tried before.

Water Colors: Students will become familiar with the art styles and practice techniques in creating watercolor paintings, including layering, washes, and color usage. This will be done through multiple projects. Above all we will have fun being creative.

Cost: To Be Determined

Spanish 2: This is a continuation of last year's Spanish basics. We will begin the process of understanding sentence structure, verbs and verb tenses as well as conjugating, and continue becoming more fluent as we use the many nouns and phrases learned last semester. Culture as well as geography of Spanish speaking places in the world will be discussed. If your student did not take Spanish with Mylinda last year but they are committed to catching up previous to the start of classes, they are allowed to join.

4th Hour Class Descriptions

Storytime: This is a great place for our littles to spend their last hour of the day. There will be stories and play time in the nursery...a perfect place for little bodies who have a long day sitting still. Snack will occasionally be offered.

PE: The goal is to develop motor skills, coordination and proper exercise through fun games and challenges. Nutrition will also be briefly discussed. Wear shoes in which you can safely participate in physical activity.

Elements of Design: We take an element of design each week and the students use their digital cameras or cell phones to create their photos. (Using Google classroom or email to turn pictures in) Each week consists of a short 20 minute lesson on the element and composition, short online video series, critique photos, and taking more pictures.

Math: This is designed as a study hall hour. Students will bring their math assignments from home and the "teacher" will be available to answer any questions they might have as they work on assignments. I will not be teaching new material

Hour 4

Storytime-4-7 years

                   Teacher-Catheline Seigmund

                   Assistant-Carissa Spray

PE-8+ years

                   Teacher-Shannon Chance

                   Assistant-Donna Mangis

Elements of Design- 10+ years

                   Teacher- Jessica Gould

                    Assistant-Christy Brunk 

Math Study Hall-10+ years

                   Teacher-Mylinda Smiley

                   Assistant-Karie Chance