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Introduction to Quadcopters I *1
with Bill White - Rm Cafeteria
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 4th - 9th (contact instructor for exceptions)
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.
Jr. Chefs I *1
with Cathy Oriatti - Rm 149
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 4th - 8th
Full participation cooking class for students K-8th grade. Recipe selections allow for students to explore essential cooking techniques using an assortment of kitchen tools and gadgets. Individual and group recipes will be prepared. Kitchen safety and ingredient & tool knowledge will be a part of each session. All recipes will be nut free. Parent participation is welcome, online sign up is available. Students are encouraged to bring reusable containers to transport food samples home, but disposable containers will be available each week. Students may bring an oversized T-shirt or apron to wear to protect clothing, if desired.
Painting on Canvas *1
with Sarah David - Rm 107
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: 3rd - 8th
Have you always wondered how the real artists paint? Whether you are an aspiring Van Gogh or just looking to explore your creative side, you are sure to go home with a painting that is uniquely yours. Each class is guided step by step so it is easy and fun. We will provide the paints, canvases, brushes, easels and aprons.
No previous experience required.
Super Slime *1
with Alana Berke
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: K - 6th
Kids have a blast making slime! Now they'll have the opportunity to not only make new recipes of slime, but learn all about where slime comes from and the animals that produce slime naturally. Kids will get to keep all of their creations!
Yoga in Motion *1
with Karen Beagley - Rm 104
9:00 - 9:50 Grades: K - 3rd
Have fun, stretch your body while learning yoga! Games & songs add to the fun. Dress to move, no jeans plese. Yoga is a great way to develop focus, awareness, and coordination. This class stresses increased flexibility and balance as students particpate in imaginative poses, games, songs, and relaxation. It's a fun and beneficial class for the whole child - body and mind. No prerequisite - this class is for students interested in having fun and challenge their bodies. Students are asked to bring a yoga mat or beach towel and water bottle.