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 Distance Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers through a variety of technology platforms.The clubs focus on real life learning, our small group instruction will be provided in a 1:4 teacher to student ratio. We will begin as a whole group and then “breakout” into “rooms” with fewer students to provide more personalized instruction and discussion. The groups are facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.

Math clubs meet to explore math concepts. Each week we will look deeply at math stories to explore the why and how math works. We will use problem solving to teach math skills. Each session a real world problem will be posed to the group, then students will work collaboratively to develop strategies and multiple models to find solutions to the problem. Through discussion students will articulate their understanding of the math involved. Additional problems will be provided to work on following the session. An interactive platform will be used for students to continue to engage and communicate about math. While this description remains the same for each week of math club, the problems presented and group of math skills used to solve that problem will differ.

Registration for June 30 class

Registration for July 7 class

Registration for July 14 class

Registration for July 21 class

Registration for July 28 class

Registration for August 4 class

Registration for August 11 class

Registration for August 18 class

The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.

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 Distance Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers through a variety of technology platforms.The clubs focus on real life learning, our small group instruction will be provided in a 1:4 teacher to student ratio. We will begin as a whole group and then “breakout” into “rooms” with fewer students to provide more personalized instruction and discussion. The groups are facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.

Math clubs meet to explore math concepts. Each week we will look deeply at math stories to explore the why and how math works. We will use problem solving to teach math skills. Each session a real world problem will be posed to the group, then students will work collaboratively to develop strategies and multiple models to find solutions to the problem. Through discussion students will articulate their understanding of the math involved. Additional problems will be provided to work on following the session. An interactive platform will be used for students to continue to engage and communicate about math. While this description remains the same for each week of math club, the problems presented and group of math skills used to solve that problem will differ.

Registration for July 21 3rd & 4th Grade Class

Registration for July 28 3rd & 4th Grade Class

Registration for August 4 3rd & 4th Grade Class

Registration for August 11 3rd & 4th Grade Class

Registration for August 18 3rd & 4th Grade Class

Registration for August 18 class

The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.

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 Distance Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers through a variety of technology platforms.The clubs focus on real life learning, our small group instruction will be provided in a 1:4 teacher to student ratio. We will begin as a whole group and then “breakout” into “rooms” with fewer students to provide more personalized instruction and discussion. The groups are facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.

Math clubs meet to explore math concepts. Each week we will look deeply at math stories to explore the why and how math works. We will use problem solving to teach math skills. Each session a real world problem will be posed to the group, then students will work collaboratively to develop strategies and multiple models to find solutions to the problem. Through discussion students will articulate their understanding of the math involved. Additional problems will be provided to work on following the session. An interactive platform will be used for students to continue to engage and communicate about math. While this description remains the same for each week of math club, the problems presented and group of math skills used to solve that problem will differ.

Registration for June 30 class

Registration for July 7 class

Registration for July 14 class

Registration for July 21 class

Registration for July 28 class

Registration for August 4 class

Registration for August 11 class

Registration for August 18 class

The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.

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 Distance Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers through a variety of technology platforms.The clubs focus on real life learning, our small group instruction will be provided in a 1:4 teacher to student ratio. We will begin as a whole group and then “breakout” into “rooms” with fewer students to provide more personalized instruction and discussion. The groups are facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.

Math clubs meet to explore math concepts. Each week we will look deeply at math stories to explore the why and how math works. We will use problem solving to teach math skills. Each session a real world problem will be posed to the group, then students will work collaboratively to develop strategies and multiple models to find solutions to the problem. Through discussion students will articulate their understanding of the math involved. Additional problems will be provided to work on following the session. An interactive platform will be used for students to continue to engage and communicate about math. While this description remains the same for each week of math club, the problems presented and group of math skills used to solve that problem will differ.

Registration for June 30 class

Registration for July 7 class

Registration for July 14 class

Registration for July 21 class

Registration for July 28 class

Registration for August 4 class

Registration for August 11 class

Registration for August 18 class

The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.

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 Distance Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers through a variety of technology platforms.The clubs focus on real life learning, our small group instruction will be provided in a 1:4 teacher to student ratio. We will begin as a whole group and then “breakout” into “rooms” with fewer students to provide more personalized instruction and discussion. The groups are facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.

Book clubs meet weekly to explore the world through reading. Each week we will delve into  different genres of literature. Using Hoopla we will have students preview text prior to each session to prepare for our discussion. Students will be directed to books that engage and excite them. An interactive platform will be used so students can communicate their thoughts and respond to questions about the text throughout the session and beyond. Book review, trailers and recommendations by students will also be posted.

Registration for June 29 Class: Summer Reading Plan

Registration for July 6 Class: Poetry

Registration for July 13 Class: Informational Text

Registration for July 20 Class: Graphic Novels

Registration for July 27 Class: Biographies

Registration for August 3 Class: Series

Registration for August 10 Class: Historical Fiction

Registration for August 17 Class: Award Winners

The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.

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 Distance Learning Clubs do just that. Students will directly interact with their peers and teachers through a variety of technology platforms.The clubs focus on real life learning, our small group instruction will be provided in a 1:4 teacher to student ratio. We will begin as a whole group and then “breakout” into “rooms” with fewer students to provide more personalized instruction and discussion. The groups are facilitated by experienced K-8 certified teachers.

Book clubs meet weekly to explore the world through reading. Each week we will delve into  different genres of literature. Using Hoopla we will have students preview text prior to each session to prepare for our discussion. Students will be directed to books that engage and excite them. An interactive platform will be used so students can communicate their thoughts and respond to questions about the text throughout the session and beyond. Book review, trailers and recommendations by students will also be posted.

Registration for July 27 Third & Fourth Grade Class: Biographies

Registration for August 3 Third & Fourth Grade Class: Series

Registration for August 10 Third & Fourth Grade Class: Historical Fiction

Registration for August 17 Third & Fourth Grade Class: Award Winners

The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.

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