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1st ,2nd,3rd Grade

1st Hour  (8:30 - 9:25)

Discover Dinosaurs and the science of Paleontology

In this class, you will learn what the science behind dinosaur discoverers is based on. This class will include some hands-on exploration, keeping a dinosaur journal, and various other projects. There will be a wide variety of activities for you and your friends. There is still so much to learn about these amazing creatures of our ancient world. You will love this course!

Teacher: Becky Keller         

Aide: Paula Wangler

Class Fee: $20      


Minimum # of Students- 5       


Maximum # of Students- 12     


Workload: 0

Required Supplies: Crayons, glue, scissors, colored pencils, regular pencil and eraser


2nd Hour (9:30 - 10:25)


Let's travel the world together and discover the wonder of God's amazing creatures! Students will prepare a final presentation on an animal of their choice. Presentations will include a visual aid, either a poster or diorama. Supplies for the presentation will not be provided by the teacher. The visual aids from the presentation may be displayed at the Christmas program at the end of the semester.

Teacher: Angela Luka         

Aide: Katie Bohlin

Class Fee: $15     

Minimum # of Students- 7       

Maximum # of Students- 14     

Workload: 3

Required Supplies: pencil with eraser, scissors, glue stick, coloring supplies, folder, presentation supplies

Fun with Beginners Math K-3rd Grade


This class will cover how to count and write numbers to 120, addition and subtraction to 20, skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s, 10s, basic fractions like ½, ⅓, and ¼, telling time with a traditional and digital clock, how to measure using a ruler, and more. The kids will have weekly worksheets to practice what we learn at home. This class would be great for kids in kindergarten and 1st grade, but older kids are welcome too!

Teacher: Jen Lockie       

Aide: TBD

Class Fee: $25   *The class cost will include a lined dry erase board the students can take home at the end of the semester, printing costs, and prizes for the prize bag.*   

Minimum # of Students- 4        

Maximum # of Students- 14     

Workload: 2

Required Supplies: designated binder, tab dividers, ruler, pencils, colored pencils or crayons

Fitness Hour CLOSED

The overall goal of this class is to encourage small activities that can be done throughout any day to promote long-term fitness and health. Each week, we will do fun fitness activities that increase flexibility, mobility, and strength, as well as briefly discuss healthy eating. There's obviously no homework, but each student will have a list of the activities that were learned in hopes of doing them at home (maybe even with other family members)! Come ready to move and have fun!

Teacher: Janet Keller        

Aide: Jodi Rupp

Class Fee: $20      

Minimum # of Students- 3        

Maximum # of Students- 15     

Workload: 0

Required Supplies: fitness jump rope, 2-3 lb weights, comfortable clothes for moving around, waterbottle

Assembly (10:30 - 10:55)

3rd Hour (11:00 - 11:55)

Amazing Art-CLOSED

Do you enjoy art? In this class we will be learning how to draw cartoon characters, paint landscapes, create a sculpture with clay, and much more!

Teacher: Mandy Korzik       

Aide: Heather Aleman

Class Fee: $40      

Minimum # of Students- 5        

Maximum # of Students- 10     

Workload: 1

Required Supplies:pencil, colored pencils, crayons, markers, scissors, liquid glue (no glue sticks please) and a ruler


Trails Through the West

Come join us as we journey across the American West!! In this class we will discuss the Oregon Trail, Gold Rush, Trail of Tears, the westward expansion of the railroad, and more. Strap on your cowboy boots for a fun semester learning all about the people and events that have shaped the western United States.

Teacher: Michelle Williams       

Aide: Beth Ficek

Class Fee: $30      

Minimum # of Students- 5        

Maximum # of Students- 13     

Workload: 2

Required Supplies: pencil, colored pencils, markers, scissors

Reading Detectives-CLOSED

In Reading Detectives, we will learn about the elements of a story and then work together to find them in stories we read aloud in class! We will work on reading comprehension, and also practice telling stories with all the elements needed. Come to class to find the clues to great storytelling!

Teacher: Jennifer Brockman         

Aide: TBD

Class Fee: $20     

Minimum # of Students- 5       

Maximum # of Students- 10     

Workload: 2

Required Supplies: pencils, and crayons or colored pencils

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

Junior Economics

Join us for a 1st-3rd grade level Economics class. We will be learning about Goods and Services, Jobs and Income, Producers and Consumers, Saving and Spending, Barter and Trade, and Needs and Wants. We will have fun exploring these topics through stories, games, and activities!

Teacher: Julie Rowden         

Aide: Bensie Cheney

Class Fee: $20      

Minimum # of Students- 5       

Maximum # of Students- 12     

Workload: 1

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

Culinary Creations-CLOSED

Each week we will discover a new culinary delight! Be prepared to try new things and bring your creativity to life with our taste sensations. We will be working with sharp objects so caution should be taken, and each child will need a safety knife set.

Teacher: Casi Brown         

Aide: Alicia Coughlin

Class Fee: $35      

Minimum # of Students- 5       

Maximum # of Students- 10     

Workload: 1

Required Supplies: saftey knife set, cutting board, bowls, carrot peeler, and measuring cups. They may also need to bring some food supplies, but I will post about that each week.



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