An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Thursday, repeating until Thu, August 19
Summer should be about having FUN. More than ever, kids need to try new things, explore, learn in the real world, and meet and interact with friends. Summer Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers with focus on real life learning. Small group instruction will be provided in a 1:6 teacher to student ratio, facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.
This group will explore the intersection of science, technology, engineering, art and math. Using the Next Generation Science Standards as a framework we will explore our world while using everyday materials to work together on a scientific inquiry. During each session students will explore and discuss an original phenomena and pose investigable questions, theories and hypotheses. Students will be encouraged to continue their exploration independently after each session.
Each class is a blended learning platform, offering the option of in-person or virtual learning. Please select ticket options carefully. The waitlist option is for the in-person class, so if tickets are sold out for the virtual option, please email Mary Parmelee at firstname.lastname@example.org so she can place you on a waitlist for the virtual class.
Registration for July 1 class - Plant Life
Registration for July 8 class - Energy/Forces
Registration for July 15 class - Human Systems
Registration for July 22 class - Space
Registration for July 29 class - Chemical Reactions
Registration for August 5 class - Simple Machines
Registration for August 12 class - Environmental Science
Registration for August 19 class - Engineering
The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible through the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.