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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.

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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.

SPRING 2022 CLASSES

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Basic Schedule: Classes are 55 minutes long with 5 minutes between classes for rotation. After 2 classes we have a 45 minute lunch break then conclude the day with 2 more classes (4 class periods in all).

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.

*Nursery will be available each hour in addition to classes listed below.

Hour 1

Reading and Sight Words-4-7 years

                   Teacher-Carissa Spray

                   Assistant- Cat Seigmund

Song Spanish-7+ years

                   Teacher-Andrea Henry

                   Assistant-Kim Wargi

 

Art and Pastels- 7+ years

                    Teacher-Donna Mangis

                    Assistant-Christy Brunk

Study Hall- Highschool

                    Teacher-Mylinda Smiley

Hour 1 Class Descriptions

Reading and Sight WordsIf your little one needs to increase reading skills by learning more sight words...this is your class. Through fun and challenging games your child will memorize letters, sounds, and sight words to keep their reading skills growing as well as their love for reading.

 

 

Song Spanish 2: A continuation of introducing over 185 everyday-used vocabulary words and a gentle presentation of Spanish grammar. Students will be using songs, writing, games, and increasingly more conversational Spanish on their learning journey.

 

Cost: $5

 

Art and Pastels: This class is all about art and fall. We will do pastels art projects and enjoy some of the best things about fall. There will be a variety of crafts as well as video examples to help broaden our understanding and skills when it comes to pastels.

Study Hall: This hour is set aside for any subjects (from home assignments) on which our older students might need to work. The subject is of their choosing and the teacher will answer any questions if needed but students must be self-motivated and trustworthy.

Hour 2

Logic of English- 3-7 years

                   Teacher-Andrea Henry

                   Assistant- Tiffany Shaffer

Recorder-7+ years

                   Teacher-Christy Brunk

                   Assistant- Donna Mangis

High School Spanish 1-12+ years

                   Teacher-Mylinda Smiley

                   Assistant-Carissa Spray

Hour 3

All About Sea Creatures-3-7 years

                   Teacher-Cat Siegmund

                   Assistant-Carissa Spray, Donna Mangis

Karate 2-7+ years

                   Teacher- Michael Brunk

                   Assistant-Christy Brunk, Tiffany Shaffer

The Holy Land-12+ years 

                   Teacher-Mylinda Smiley

                   Teacher-Kim Wargi

Hour 2 Class Descriptions

Logic of English: A complete phonics, reading, handwriting, and spelling program. Level A: Students will gain phonemic awareness, increase reading comprehension and fluency, and start developing fluid handwriting. (With this program we have the option of learning manuscript or cursive. We will discuss with parents their preference after sign-ups)

Cost: $3

Recorder: In this class we will not only learn how to play the recorder but how to read notes on a staff. We will also learn the names of each note, rests, and how to play them. Each student will need a recorder that I will bring to class. (I will purchase in bulk so we all have the same recorder)

Cost: $6

High School Spanish 1: Using the Abeka Spanish 1 Manual this class requires a basic foundation of beginner Spanish. The textbook is very thorough and students will need to do assignments 5 days a week to complete tasks and grasp a solid understanding of the language. Grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure, as well as countries around the world that use this beautiful language will be studied and students will be tested. This is not a class for beginners. The student manual can be purchased through Abeka.com for $63.90

Hour 3 Class Descriptions

All About Sea Creatures: Let's go through the alphabet of sea creatures! Each week we'll learn about a new sea critter and discover all that the ocean holds! Have a favorite sea animal? Well then you can share with the class all the things that you know about it!

Karate 2: Learn self-defense, develop total fitness, and build character through Shotokan Karate. Focusing on developing discipline, eye-hand coordination, focus, and fundamental self-defense skills in a fun, safe environment. (There will be some review from the previous class for those who took the class and for the new students)

Cost: $3

The Holy Land: What is the Holy Land? Why is it called that? Who has lived there over the years and who lives there now? What religions, languages, and cultures originate there? What wars have been fought over the Holy Lands and why? How does this distant land impact the world today? Are these lands important to us and why? Ponder these questions and more as we dig into the rich history of this unique part of the world. 

Hour 4 Class Descriptions

Song and Dance: Do you like to boogie woogie and sing out loud? Well this is the class for you. Let's learn our alphabet, colors, or who knows what by singing and dancing about it!

Tea Time With Beatrix Potter: Come join us for a semester filled with tea, some treats and wonderful Beatrix Potter stories. We will learn manners, etiquette, and how to have a proper tea. As well as cover narration and some copy work pertaining to Beatrix Potter stories. Each person will be assigned a week to bring a treat for the class, or the parent may choose to pay $4 for me to bring the treat for them. (This is in addition to the class cost. The treat does not need to be anything fancy)

Cost: $3 (covers tea, cream, and honey)

Beginning Chemistry: "Take a captivating tour through God’s chemical world with Wes Olson." Answers in Genesis provides the DVD and printout for our trip through segments examining the world of chemistry and the periodic table of the elements. We are surrounded by elements and reactions at all times. Let's learn more about the "hows" and the "whys" at a basic elemental level of the world around us.

Hour 4

Song and Dance-3-7 years

                   Teacher-Cat Seigmund

                   Assistant- Tiffany Shaffer

Tea Time With Beatrix Potter-Kindergarten -3rd grade

                   Teacher- Christy Brunk

                   Assistant- Carissa Spray

Beginning Chemistry- 12+ years

                   Teacher- Mylinda Smiley

                    Assistant- Andrea Henry