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1st ,2nd,3rd Grade

1st Hour  (8:30 - 9:25)


Art History

Join us for a fun way to study art history. We will learn about some of the great artists throughout history and recreate some of their inspirational paintings. We will be creating a new project weekly. We will be using acrylic paint on a few projects, so be prepared to get a bit of paint on you!!

Teacher: Becky Keller          Aide: Paula Wangler

Class Fee: $10      


Minimum # of Students- 2       


Maximum # of Students- 12     


Workload: 0

Required Supplies: Smock shirt, colored pencils, markers


2nd Hour (9:30 - 10:25)

Find the Beat-Closed

In this class we will learn to find the beat through rhythm and song. We will learn some basic rhythms by playing percussion instruments and rhythm games. We will also learn names and lengths of basic notes.

Teacher: Julie Rowden        Aide: Anna Simms

Class Fee: $40      

Minimum # of Students- 4        

Maximum # of Students- 10     

Workload: 1

Required Supplies: pencil, crayons, glue stick, scissors

Little Manners Matter

Let’s have fun learning about communication, kindness, respect and honor through etiquette! Students will build on the basic foundations including formal and informal manners, conversation and correspondence, dining etiquette, and more. We will end our semester with a party to highlight and celebrate our new skills. ** Possible foods served include tea, lemonade, light pastries (NO NUTS)

Teacher: Michelle Williams          Aide: Paige Galloway

Class Fee: $25     

Minimum # of Students- 6       

Maximum # of Students-12      

Workload: 1

Required Supplies: Pencil, notebook, something to color with

Move Those Little Muscles-Closed


We will exercise, learn to play some sports, and have fun!

Teacher: Jessica Rutten          Aide: Erin Range​

Class Fee: $15      

Minimum # of Students- 8       

Maximum # of Students- 12     

Workload: 0

Required Supplies: Water, comfy clothes, and gym shoes

Assembly (10:30 - 10:55)

3rd Hour (11:00 - 11:55)

Mighty Writers

If there is fear or anxiety about writing, students will feel differently after mastering new concepts from the IEW program. Using movement, games, object lessons and humor, I’ll build confidence in these kiddos to approach writing assignments with ease. Using a variety of source texts in nonfiction, fables, and stories, students will build their writing toolbox as they learn about dress ups, decorations, sentence openers, word choice, topic sentences, clinchers, composition structure, story elements and more. At the end of the semester, students will be well-prepared for a year-long course in IEW writing. This course is best suited for students who are comfortable writing sentences, have legible handwriting, and can copy sentences off the board. Class is taught by an accredited IEW instructor. **The teacher is offering a discount if you have a child in one of the older, $150 classes. If you do, the cost of this class will be $30 instead of $50.


Teacher: Julie Renner          Aide: Jenifer Brockman

Class Fee: $50      

Minimum # of Students- 8       

Maximum # of Students- no max.     

Workload: 3

Required Supplies: 3-ring binder with wide-ruled paper, pencils, colored pens, highlighter, index cards, and post its


Dive in with me as we discover the ocean's amazing creatures, ecosystems, history and the technology scientists use to explore Earth's final frontier. Students will prepare a final presentation on a marine creature of their choice. Presentations will include a visual aid, either a poster or diorama. Supplies needed for the presentation will not be provided by teacher. The visual aids from the presentations may be displayed at the Highlights Program. Younger students will be able to make their presentation by telling the class about their creature and showing their visual aid.

Teacher: Angela Luka         Aide: Katie Bohlin

Class Fee: $15     

Minimum # of Students- 7       

Maximum # of Students- 14     

Workload: 3

Required Supplies: Pencil with eraser, coloring supplies, glue stick, liquid glue, scissors, folder, and presentation supplies


4th Hour (12:00 - 12:55)

Exploring our World-Closed

We will be exploring the 7 continents and the geographical differences between them!


Teacher: Jenifer Brockman         Aide: Sandy Norris

Class Fee: $20      

Minimum # of Students- 5       

Maximum # of Students- 10     

Workload: 1

Required Supplies: Crayons or colored pencils, scissors, and glue

Plant Discovery II

Journey with me as we dive deep into the wonderful world of plants. Every Monday will be an adventure from fairy gardening, to tea making, to exploring vegetables and herbs, and much, much more. Each day will be a quest to uncover a new learning treasure that will help grow your love for plants and the outdoors. This class will make their own tea to sample and try herb and vegetable based snacks. It is not required to try these for the class but it’s always helpful to engage the senses in memory retention.  ** Plant Discovery I is not required for Plant Discovery II


Teacher: Casi Brown          Aide: Mandy Korzik 

Class Fee: $35      

Minimum # of Students- 5       

Maximum # of Students- 12     

Workload: 1

Required Supplies: A small shovel, smock or play clothes, scissors, notebook and coloring crayons/colored pencils

ASL 201

Continued learning from Intro to ASL. Highlights of this class will include the following: students will learn more language skills and continue learning about the deaf community. They will learn to form sentences and how to converse with each other. There will also be a project due at the end of term. Students who completed Intro to ASL will be prepared for this class. If your student was not able to enroll in Intro to ASL and wants to join ASL 201, a list of learned signs from that class will be sent to you and it will be expected that the student learns them before ASL 201.


Teacher: Nicole Paulson          Aide: Heather Aleman

Class Fee: $25      

Minimum # of Students- 6       

Maximum # of Students- 12     

Workload: 4

Required Supplies: 3 ring binder, pencil, markers or crayons. If other supplies are needed, parents will be given ample time to provide the materials.



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