Hope you have a wonderful New Year and are enjoying Winter Break!!! Spring Quarter classes begin March 3 Spring Quarter classes will meet every OTHER week, from March 1-May 12, for a total of 6 days Information about Spring Quarter classes should be available by the beginning of February. Click here to see possible classes. Our resource library is in three separate libraries-Books, CDs, and Movies-Click here to view our libraries See you in March!

Kinder Enrichment

1st-2nd Grade

3rd-6th Grade

7th-10th Grade

Parent Volunteering

Spring Quarter Dates

 

1st-2nd Grade Classes

Farm Field Trip
Farm Field Trip
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Lego Robotics
Lego Robotics
Art
Art
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Dinosaurs & Fossils
Language Arts
Language Arts
Lego Math
Lego Math
Lego Robotics
Lego Robotics
Prayer before Language Arts
Prayer before Language Arts
Karate Warm Up
Karate Warm Up
Recorder
Recorder
Art
Art

 

Above are photos from the 2016-2017 School Year

We are going to try something new this year for our 1st-2nd Grade students. We have noticed that a full day of classes just seems to be too long for many in this age group, so we are cutting this class back to mornings-only, and students will all stay together in one class for the entire morning. There will be two teachers with two separate 30-minute segments. Each teacher will have a couple of different topics they may teach each day. Students will begin with one teacher for a session and then swap to the second teacher for the alternate session.

To see the specific classes and curriculum that will be used, please click on the "Class Registration" tab and then click the 1st-2nd Grade Class, and you will see a detailed description of how the class will work, what each of the 30 minute segments will be, and the curriculum if a curriculum is being used.

Older 2nd Grade students who meet criteria may be able to stay for the day and join a 2nd-4th Grade class in the afternoons.  To determine if your child is ready for the afternoon classes, consider these questions:

  1. Does your child get sleepy or whiny in the afternoons? (if he or she still naps regularly, afternoons may be too tiring)
  2. Can your child sit for an hour at a time to do art and geography/social studies activities? (our two afternoon classes are an hour each with a 15 minute break in-between)
  3. Can your child respect other children's personal space? (if children are antsy or have a hard time keeping hands to themselves and not touching those around them, afternoons may not work well)