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NURSERY & PRESCHOOL/KINDERGARTEN:  9 am - 12 noon


GRADES 1-2               Science (9 am)         PE (10 am)                 Art (11 am)

GRADES 3-4               PE (9 am)                 Art (10 am)                 Science (11 am)

GRADES 5-6               Art (9 am)                 Science (10 am)         PE (11 am)


GRADES 7-9              Geography/World Culture (9-10:30 am)       Writing (10:30 am-12 pm)

class information 2018-2019


NURSERY:

A perfect blend structured activities and lots of free play. Nursery caps at 8 children.


Instructor is Brittney Hink.

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PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN (3-5 years):

Kids need to know that a big, big God loves them so, so much. To that end, this class is a resource for parents and a safe place for children that nurtures the spiritual, social, cognitive, and physical development of preschoolers. Preschool-aged children learn exceptionally well through play but also benefit greatly from structure. Each day in class there will be a regular routine that includes plenty of free play, physical play, and cooperative play, as well as group listening time, art, music, science, and a Bible lesson. Class size is limited to 8 students.


Instructor is Ash Walz.


*Full - Wait list available


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ELEMENTARY:
(Students must enroll in all three classes. Class sizes are limited to 15 students.)


GEOLOGY (SCIENCE):

If you were to study geology from a secular book it leads you to believe in evolution and millions of years. If you were to study geology from a Biblical creation and Flood perspective, it would lead you closer to the Creator. This year Mrs. Von Vett wants to lead the student closer to the Creator by answering questions like: How old is the earth?  Are there dinosaurs in the Bible?  How many ice ages were there? Her prayer is for each student to be in awe of our Creator through the study of rocks.

Recommended but not required: God’s Design for Heaven and Earth: Our Planet Earth by Debbie and Richard Lawrence.. (Classes can stand alone without the book).


Instructor is Julie Von Vett.



PHYSICAL EDUCATION:

The FEET Physical Education class will strive to help students learn and develop physical education skills through movement, fitness, light competition, and sport-specific skills. We will focus on how God created our bodies to work and be healthy and learn how to keep healthy choices and exercise throughout life.  


Instructor is Kristin Griffieth.



ART:

Students will learn about art history and different techniques used over the years through the “Meet the Masters” art curriculum. Artists we will explore include Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Katsushika Hokusai, and Grant Wood, to name a few. Students will learn about line value and crosshatching, color value and shading, positive and negative shapes, texturing and more. Each student will get a chance to create their own artwork using the different
techniques of each of the artists we study using a variety of mediums. During our first class, in addition to an introduction to the course, each person will be creating a portfolio to hold their artwork for the year.

Instructor is Amy Huss.


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GRADES 7-9

(Class sizes are limited to 12 students. These classes may be appropriate for up to grade 10 depending on the situation. Please contact us for more information.)


GEOGRAPHY/WORLD CULTURES:

An introductory to world geography! We will look at regional maps and land forms. This class will also look at the culture of the different countries/region. We will study the climate, industries, the form of government, and the religions of the different regions.


Instructor is Amanda Craven.



RESEARCH WRITING BASICS:
We will review good sentence structure. We also will focus on what a well written paragraph looks like as well as the different types of paragraphs. The last half of the class will focus on writing a short research essay. Including learning what a bibliography is, and what are basic MLA in-text citations. The lessons are made to be taught by scaffolding so the students will learn and build their writing skills at a pace that fits their needs.

Instructor is Amanda Craven.