The Spring 2018 STEM program registration is now OPEN for current STEM members. Registration for FISH members will open on Nov 2nd.
<<<<< PLEASE NOTE 3RD THROUGH 8TH GRADE CLASS SPACE IS VERY LIMITED >>>>> Email Michelle Manley at email@example.com to check on availability before sending in completed registration paperwork and deposit.
Our theme for the 2017/2018 school year is:
C.S.I. & Clue
Our class topics are:
Forensic Science with Critical Thinking
Anatomy & Physiology/Genetics
Health & Nutrition; Kitchen Chemistry
Forensic Science – Forensics is a science that is a lot like a game! It involves finding clues, piecing together a puzzle, and solving the mysteries left behind at a crime scene. Forensic science includes the preservation and reconstruction of evidence after time has passed. Use your critical thinking skills to become a STEM crime scene investigator.
Anatomy & Physiology - Anatomy is the scientific study of the structure of living things. Learn how we are fearfully and wonderfully made.
Genetics - Genetics is the science of studying how living things pass on characteristics (or traits) and its variations in their cell make-up from one generation to the other.
Kitchen Chemistry; Health & Nutrition – Includes educational hands-on activities and experiments geared toward health, nutrition, and wellness.
***Please note that there will be two (2) field trips and at least 4 dissections for the entire year. One field trip per semester and at least two dissections per semester. These class topics will run all year as session A and session B. Each semester or session will cover different activities and subtopics for each of our main topics.
Classes will be set up as K-2nd, 3rd-5th, 6th-8th, and 9th-12th.
Credit hours for high school can be obtained for students in 8th - 12th grade.
**(1 credit Forensic Science elective; 1 science credit w/lab Anatomy & Physiology with Genetics and the History of Medicine; .5 credit Health & Nutrition)
**Please contact Michelle Manley for a complete list of books needed.
Tuition for the spring semester (FISH members) is $225 per student for K-8th grade and $275 per student for grades 9-12 which includes the $50 high school lab fee. Tuition covers 12 classes (Thursday mornings from 8:45-12:30) STEM t-shirt, field trip, dissections, and all lab supplies.
**Current STEM members only need to submit a $75 deposit per student in order to secure their spot for the spring semester. All other paperwork is already on file. If you need a new size for your student’s spring t-shirt, please include a note with your deposit. Otherwise, they will receive the same size that was ordered in the fall.
To secure your child's spot in the spring 2018 STEM program, please mail your $75 non refundable deposit to Michelle (3023 Beaver Pond Trail, Valrico 33596) along with one registration form per student, one behavior guidelines per family, one youth insurance waiver per student, and a statement of faith for the family. Registration may also be dropped off at the BSBC office. Please make sure that your check is made payable to BSBC.
Tuition Recap and Deadlines
STEM tuition for the spring 2018 semester:
- FISH members: $225/student K-8th or $275/student 9th-12th
- Non-FISH members: $250/student K-8th or $300/student 9th-12th
- $75 non-refundable deposit due upon registration with the remaining balance due 12/14/17.
Location and Times
STEM classes will be held at Southside Baptist Church on Thursday mornings from 8:45 - 12:30
Southside Baptist Church: 415 W Lumsden Rd, Brandon, FL 33511
STEM Spring 2018 dates: Jan 18 – April 26
**We will be off on Jan 25 for Alafia Rendevous and March 15 for spring break.
STEM is a drop off program.