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with Anna Wanderer
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 6th-8th
Students will learn needle threading and knot tying and will practice personalizing a piece of clothing by adding fun embellishments. We will also practice using a sewing machine and will complete a simple project. Students should bring a piece of clothing to personalize. No previous experience required.
with Jon Belonio - Rm 125
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 3rd - 7th
In this class, we will explore the world of animation and comic strips. Students will get to create their own unique cartoon characters and settings. Projects will involve comic strips, animation cels, working with cartooning apps on the iPad, and flipbooks. It is VERY possible that you may have the NEXT Walt Disney in your family! www.mrbelonio.weebly.com
No prerequisite – this class is for any student interested in learning cartooning.
Coding for Beginners
with Robert Luciano - Rm 126
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 1st - 3rd
Students in this beginners coding class will learn how to understand basic code and create codes on their own. Using the apps Kodable, Osmo, and Scratch Jr. students will practice with coding challenges and begin developing codes that allow characters to move and talk. Students will also work on some unplugged activities which will consists of paper and pencil coding activities.
(Students will need to bring their 1:1 iPad device)
with Cathy White - Rm 139
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 3rd - 5th
Explore the world of icing decorating and fondant and have lots of fun along the way. This class will offer some super colorful, fun, and creative ways to decorate cupcakes. Your child will leave each class with 2 hand decorated cupcakes and the skills to decorate their own at home.
No previous experience required.
Get Going with German
with Janet Stock - 108
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 1st - 4th
Gummi bears… …bratwurst…Kindergarten… saying “Gesundheit” when someone sneezes…all of these things are originally German. You probably didn’t even know that you can already speak some German! Join a lively class to learn German language and culture this fall. We will learn how to introduce ourselves and to use some basic phrases, understand how the alphabet and words sound different in German, as well as learn vocabulary about weather, colors, food, sports, and holidays through games, songs, interactive items, and guided practice.
Harry Potter Potions
with Alana Berke
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: K - 6th
Have you always wanted to attend The Hogwarts School of Magic? You’ll love this class! Become a science wizard as you explore the magic of chemistry in fun, educational science labs inspired by the Harry Potter books and movies!
with Alison Henderson - Rm Stage
9:00 - 9:50 - Grades: 5th - 8th
Spontaneity, creativity and teamwork are life skills enhanced by learning improvisation. Improvisation builds confidence and public speaking skills. Have an edge by learning how to create characters and scenes instantly while having a great time exercising your creativity and imagination! Listen for the classroom with the most laughter!
Introduction to Quadcopters I
with Bill White - Rm Cafeteria
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 4th - 9th (contact instructor for exceptions)
Grade Level: 4th grade through 9th grade – contact instructor for exceptions
Description: Quadcopters (a/k/a quadrotors) have become an inexpensive vehicle to introduce students to a variety of aeronautical and controls concepts and universities often incorporate quadcopters into their aerospace lab curriculum. This class will introduce students to quadcopter theory together with actual “hands-on” flying of quadrotors in each class session. The O’Neill cafetorium provides a large space for indoor flying with outdoor flying as weather permits.
Each student in the Intro to Quadcopters class will be given a quadrotor to take home after the last class session.