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SESSION III

List Elementary School 

Session II: Tuesday, March 12 –April 9 (excluding March 26)    3:10-4:10

 

Math Lab grades 1-2: Students have the opportunity to expand or strengthen their skills in math. 

Instructor: Alex Morse                                        Classroom: 1

 

Cursive Writing Club grades three-four: Students will practice writing uppercase and lower case letters of the alphabet in cursive as well as connecting them to form words.  Students will also play games to incorporate fun ways to practice writing skills and build fine motor skills.

Instructor:     Classroom:26

 

Coding Scratch Video Sensing: What’s more fun than playing an interactive video game?  Writing one!  Video sensing allows students to design and program their own video games and then test them by interacting with the program via webcam.  In this Scratch program students work together to create their own games, art, and musical instruments, while exploring coding foundations.

Instructor: Engineering for Kids Classroom 26

 

Session III:   Thursday, March 14-April 11 (Excluding March 28)  

3:10-4:10 PM

 

Strategic Board Games grade 4: Strategic board games promote learning, unlock thinking skills, and stimulate brain development in children.  They promote critical thinking skills and strategy like Ticket to Ride, Timeline, and 7 Wonders. They may also play some cooperative games like Pandemic, Flashpoint Fire Rescue, Hanabi, and Forbidden Desert. These games promote team building and communication.

Instructor: Alex Morse Classroom  Library

  

Life Skills Manners/Cooking: Students will learn the basic cooking skills, knife skills, meal planning, writing a grocery list, budgeting for the week, meal planning, as well as table etiquette.

Instructor: Connie Fisher   Classroom: FHS Kitchen

 

Lego Builders Club grades 1-3

If your student is interested in building and/or engineering with Legos, then this is the class for them. They will be using kit instructions and building their own creations. We will also be using basic programming with Edison robots.

Instructor: Marla Hoffman Classroom: One  

 

SESSION III

EFR Middle School 

Session III Tuesday, March 5 –April 1 (excluding March 26)    3:10-4:10

 

Math Lab: Students have the opportunity to expand or strengthen their skills in math.  

Instructor: Laura Miller                                      Classroom:  EFR Library

 

Combat Robotics: Do you think you can build the strongest most agile robot?  Can their your robot go head to head in a combat mission?  Students will discover the basic strategies for building sturdy structures and then apply that knowledge to build a robot for friendly competition. 

Instructor: Snapology   Classroom: EFR Art Room  

 

 Intro to Debate:  In this introductory workshop, students learn the art of speaking and critical thinking.  Participation in this activity allows students to socialize and build a friendship with teammates while collaborating and sharing ideas.  Teammates build their individual abilities to reason and employ analytical thinking as they strive to understand all the possible arguments about each topic.  The facilitator helps students gauge the impact of current events, develop positions statements, support arguments, thinking analytically, abide by debate rules, and become comfortable and friendly discussions.

Instructor: Jennifer Bristol Classroom EFR Bandroom

 

 

Session III:   Thursday, March 7-April 4

(Excluding March 28)   3:10-4:10 PM

 

Life Skills Finance: Students will learn about saving vs. spending, play interactive money games and learn to count change.

Instructor: Marla Hoffman Classroom: EFR Art Room

 

Digital Scrapbooking:  Students will learn the basics of digital scrapbooking and create a 21-page digital story scrapbook of themselves.

Instructor: Lynn Zeddies  Classroom: EFR Library

 

Strategic Board Games: Strategic board games promote learning, unlock thinking skills, and stimulate brain development in children.  They promote critical thinking skills and strategy like Ticket to Ride, Timeline, and 7 Wonders. They may also play some cooperative games like Pandemic, Flashpoint Fire Rescue, Hanabi, and Forbidden Desert. These games promote team building and communication. Students will be divided by grade groups.

Instructor: Alex Morse Classroom: List Library

 

SESSION III

Frankenmuth High School 

Session III Tuesday, March 5 –April 1

(excluding March 26)    3:10-4:10

 

Math Lab: Students have the opportunity to expand or strengthen their skills in math.  

Instructor: Classroom: 26

 

How to Write an Effective College Application Essay: How important is a college application essay? How can you stand out when so many equally qualified students are applying for the same limited spots? 

Instructor: Anne Marie Bumgardner Classroom: FHS Library  

 

Coding: This course takes a wide lens on computer science by covering topics such as programming, physical computing, HTML/CSS, and data. The course inspires students as they build their own websites, apps, games, and physical computing devices.

Instructor:  Rob Baker    Classroom: 31A

 

 

Session III:   Thursday, March 7-April 4

(Excluding March 28)   3:10-4:10 PM

 

Vision Board/Journaling: The first two weeks students will explore the value of journaling their goals, thoughts, gratitude, and more.  Everyone will design their own journal and discover thought-provoking topics.  Journaling is one of the best ways to help kids develop their self-esteem, as it encourages reflection, offers confidence, provides stability, and promotes creativity.  The second two weeks will focus on creating a vision board, where students will be empowered to develop goals and put to use those goals on paper in the format of a vision board.  

Instructor: Carla Hurd Classroom: FHS 9 

 

Yoga/Zumba: Yoga is designed to improve the health, performance, and mental acuity of athletes or individuals interested in improving their level of fitness. Zumba Fitness® is much the most awesome workout ever.  Dance to great music using easy to follow steps, party with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it!  You do the moves at your level; Zumba is for  EVERY body!  Students will spend 2 weeks on Yoga and 2 weeks on Zumba. 

Instructors: Jill Bierlein-JoLynnClark FHS Cafeteria