A TEAM Online Campus - Spring 2021 A TEAM Class List (Prices are per Semester/Session)

 
A TEAM Online Campus - Spring 2021
          A TEAM Class List (Prices are per Semester/Session)

Jr. Chefs In Action!                    2-5/6         Rachna Patel          Monday 9:20am-10:30am $450     14 1/25/202 05/17/2021
                                                                                                                        1 themes,
   Enjoy hands-on edible education, while boosting your confidence in the kitchen! Experience seasonal, global, and holiday
   like Summer Luau, Taste of India, Mexican Fiesta, and so much more, all while learning creative and useful culinary fundamentals!
   Develop safe and smart kitchen techniques.
   Learn about substitutes to meet dietary needs, terminology, and metrics (math). The class will get to demonstrate a skit using many
   of the skills learned. Join all the fun with a lot to learn!
Language Arts Grammar Part 2            2-3           Ilene Marks           Monday 10:40am-11:50am$350          14 01/25/20 05/17/2021
                                                                                                                          21 reading,
   Part 2 - Enhance essential skills with this literacy and critical thinking program designed to improve a student’s grammar,
   spelling, punctuation, writing & creativity. This program builds confidence by improving stronger language and communication skills.
   Students use their own Language Smarts workbook. Fun while learning! Small class, lots of individual attention. 14 week class.

   If interested, please contact me in advance to make sure your child is on the correct level. Books must be purchased in advance for
   any new students. ($35) Email Ilene at highlowmusic@yahoo.com for more information.
Crunchin' #'s With Math Games           K-3           Rachna Patel          Monday 12:30pm-1:30pm $350          14 1/25/202 5/17/2021
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   Students will be actively involved in learning - and will have a blast through fun math games! This will be an exciting class
   students will learn critical thinking and mathematical reasoning in the context of games, stories and puzzles.You will soon notice how
   your kiddos think and respond to new ideas! My goal is to provide repeated opportunities for students to play games, and then let the
   mathematical ideas emerge as they notice new patterns, relationships, and strategies. For more info: patelrp1986@gmail.com
A.T.O.M. Science Club                   Middle-High Madame Atom             Monday 12:30pm-2:30pm $750    14 1/25/202 5/17/2021
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   Some science programs give students just a taste of science, exposing them to an idea here and there. A.T.O.M. Science
   gives them the full meal, not just the appetizer. Rather than focusing on whiz-bang-wow demonstrations, this academically oriented
   program targeting STEM education provides a solid foundation in the principles of science. Club members discover the incredible
   connections among atoms, molecules, living organisms, and our universe. Through hands-on experiments, discussion, and
   presentations, we study chemistry (atoms), physics (energy and matter and how they interact), biology (life study), and astronomy
   (the universe).
   Your child will not only gather knowledge but, like Galileo Galilei, will learn to think critically and analyze situations scientifically. For
   more information about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: www.atomscienceclub.com
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Public Speaking                        2-5/6        Ilene Marks          Monday      1:30pm-2:30pm $340         14 01/25/20 05/17/2021
   Fourteen (14) week class as students strengthen skills together and practice, practice, practice! Improve self-confidence21 with this
   important skill in a comical & nurturing way. Activities include interviews, jokes,debates, plus, an introduction to the How To
   Presentation class. Students share monologues from plays & Disney movies. In addition students learn the basics to prepare &
   structure an effective speech. They discover tools to articulate that information, while improving their posture, eye contact & body
   language. Lessons last a lifetime. For more information please contact Ilene at highlowmusic@yahoo.com.
Drawing,Sketching and Pastels          Middle-High Mr. Green             Monday      1:30pm-2:30pm $350          14 1/25/202 5/17/2021
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   Drawing is intense observation, without the ability to study an object, students will not be able to accurately draw the object. In the
   class students will receive instruction, demonstrations and opportunities to work with different types of paper surfaces and medium.
   Starting with basic concepts including negative space, line, form, and color theory, they will move on to practice techniques such as
   shading, texture, and perspective to add dimension and depth to their work.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
D.A.C. Draw Amazing Cartoons           2-5/6        Mr. Green            Monday      2:30pm-3:30pm $350
                                                                                                     14 1/25/202 5/17/2021
                                                                                                                 1 life to the
   The students will begin by creating a cartoon character ….maybe someone they know or someone made up. We will give
   character through the surrounding, story, mapping a plot. Drawing storyboards. Mastering expressive typography. In this fun class,
   students will learn the complete set of techniques needed to illustrate compelling characters and stories, just like the ones in their
   favorite graphic novels. The emphasis will be on humor and positive attitudes, nothing inappropriate…..my rule is if it’s okay with
   your Mom it’s okay with me.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all three sessions of this semester.
DIY Crafts: Makin' It Real!            K-5/6        Rachna Patel         Monday      2:50pm-3:50pm $450    14 1/25/202 5/17/2021
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   Get creative & spark up your imagination! Here's a great opportunity to enhance & develop artistic and motor skills through crafting,
   painting, building, designing, and so much more! We'll be making several personalized projects such as t-shirts, canvas paintings,
   holiday-themed projects, & even a LEGO project! For more info: patelrp1986@gmail.com
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A.T.O.M. Science Club                2-5/6        Madame Atom         Monday          10:30am-12:00 $500 14 1/25/202 5/17/2021
                                                                                            noon they love discovering the world.
  Children love science, especially if playfully explored! After all, they are of an age at which                           1     In this
  beginning adventure, club members discover the incredible connections among atoms, molecules, living organisms, and the
  universe. We explore chemistry (specifically atoms), physics (forces and matter and how they interact), biology (life), and astronomy
  (the universe). During each weekly meeting, science club members will experience at least one of the following: an experiment, a
  game, videos relating to the theme of the day, hands-on activities, discussion, learning by acting out the theme of the day, or
  exposure to related current events. Kids will leave each meeting—and the series—with knowledge to last a lifetime.
  For more information about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: http://www.atomscienceclub.com
Chess                                2-High       Micah Rosenheim Monday               10:40        $230     14 1/25/202     5/17/2021
  Class covers all aspects of chess both tactical and strategic.                                                       1
  Student must have prior knowledge of the rules of the game
  And be open to playing with their fellow classmates online.

  Course consists of two parts:
  1)-lecture/discussion where we look at interesting positions
  Or play over prior games.

  2)-Actually playing games online on chess.com (each
  Player has 30 minutes to complete the game.)

  Beginners and advanced players welcome. All efforts
  Will be made to match players with similar abilities.

Intrigued By Science                 2-5/6        Rachna Patel        Monday 10:40am-11:40am$450      14 1/25/202 05/17/2021
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  Hands-on Science Class: Listening? Reading? Watching? BORING!!! Join me to really be Intrigued by Science through
  blowing experiments! Kids are always curious with excellent questions, wondering why this and why that, and the best way they
  learn is by actually touching and experimenting with the actual items! Learn the Scientific Method, new terminology, causes and
  effects of certain combinations, and so much more! For more information, Contact Rachna at 501-944-0780
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Read to Succeed!                       K-3           Rachna Patel         Tuesday 9:20am-10:30am $350  14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
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  Read to Succeed...With Fun Indeed! Phonetics, Letters, Sight Words, Vocab, Spelling, Comprehension, and Interactive
  learn to read through fun and highly motivating games and activities! Lessons will be customized to your child's reading level! Let's
  read a short story together, followed by answering a few questions and reviewing a few vocabulary words! For more information, you
  may reach me at patelrp1986@gmail.com
Hip-Hop/Street Dance (K-5/6)           K-5/6         Alejandro Flores Tuesday 9:20am-10:20am $280    14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
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  We are now offering Hip-Hop/Street Dance ONLINE! Come learn the fundamentals of hip-hop/street-dance: popping, locking, and
  breaking. We will be learning the moves/vocabulary along with dance history and culture. Class is filled with fun exercises and
  activities to help spark their creativity and build community within the classroom! By the end of the course, our goal is to build
  confidence to express themselves through freestyle and memorization skills through dance routines/choreography. Children ages 5
  -10 will fit right into this class. Please bring loose fitted clothes (sweats, shorts, t-shirt, and tennis shoes) and some water. Feel free
  to email Alex at princealifreez@gmail.com if you have any questions!
High School Biology A-G Semester 2 High              Pam Stewart          Tuesday 9:30am-11:30am $740       14 1/14/202    5/5/2020
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  This class meets the standards for high school Biology. It is a college preparatory class that meets A-G standards. Homework and
  outside reading will be required to earn a grade. This class is the 2nd semester of a year-long class.
The Pleasures of Painting              2-Middle      Mr. Green            Tuesday 10:30am-11:30am$350           14 1/19/202 5/11/2020
                                                                                                                             0 watercolor,
  This class is an introduction to different types of painting. There will be instruction and demonstrations with color theory,
  acrylic paint. We will work different style of painting such as abstract and realistic. Subject matter will include still-life , landscapes
  and clothed figures. A materials list will be sent out before first the class begin the estimate price of these items is $25.00..not
  included in the class.

  This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.

Hip-Hop/Street Dance (6-12)            Middle-High Alejandro Flores Tuesday 10:30am-11:30am$280      14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
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  We are now offering Hip-Hop/Street Dance ONLINE! Come learn the fundamentals of hip-hop/street-dance: popping, locking, and
  breaking. We will be learning the moves/vocabulary along with dance history and culture. Class is filled with fun exercises and
  activities to help spark their creativity and build community within the classroom! By the end of the course, our goal is to build
  confidence to express themselves through freestyle and memorization skills through dance routines/choreography. Children ages 11
  -18 will fit right into this class. Please bring loose fitted clothes (sweats, shorts, t-shirt, and tennis shoes) and some water. Feel free
  to email Alex at princealifreez@gmail.com if you have any questions!
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Writing Workshop Part 2                2-3           Ilene Marks          Tuesday 10:40am-11:50am$350           14 01/19/20 05/11/2021
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  Does your child want to be a better writer? Engaging activities promote creativity and improve core writing skills. Students   must
  know 2/3rd grammar and the have an understanding of basic writing. Over the semester students will be continuing to improve the
  three main types of writing: Narrative, Information and Opinion. Plus, various types of poems and more creative projects. Class
  enhances public speaking, problem solving and critical thinking. Fun while learning! Small class, lots of individual attention.
  Workbook $20 and to be purchased in advance. Students in this class have completed Writing Part 1. Please contact Ilene to see
  if your child is ready for this class. Note: Thursday Writing Part 1 is offered. For more information email highlowmusic@yahoo.com.
Spanish Made Easy 4Kids Immersion 2-5/6              Patricia Christensen
                                                                        Tuesday 10:40am-11:50am$350                14 1/19/202       5/11/2020
  SPANISH MADE EASY FOR KIDS - IMMERSION CLASS                                                                               0
  A play-based approach to learning a foreign language. Spanish instruction through Games, Songs, Dialogue, Storytelling, Skits and
  Recipes. Students will explore the basics of conversational Spanish. In this weekly class, students will learn basic vocabulary,
  introduction to simple verbs and foundational phrases. This engaging and playful course will give students a good foundation of the
  Spanish language.

  Patricia C Christensen MA. Native Speaker

Art Drawing                            K-1           Mr. Green            Tuesday 12:30pm-1:30pm $350           14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
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  A great class for the young budding artist. Lots of room for visual exploration imagination and creativity . I will be asking
  subject matter ideas. We will learn to draw two and three dimensional shapes and improve motor skills
  Attention will be given to first draw soft and light, this will help in their ability to edit the needed changes. The students will follow my
  step by step instructions to complete the desired drawing. The last half of the class I will instruct on coloring and adding their
  personal touches to their individual pieces.

  This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
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Create & Debate!                      2-5/6        Rachna Patel        Tuesday 12:30pm-1:30pm $350             14 1/19/202      5/11/2021
  Exciting and interactive class for kiddos to:                                                                          1
  1. Overcome stage fear
  2. Builds confidence
  3. Improves verbal communication skills
  4. Strengthens your child’s sense of empowerment
  5. Develops critical thinking skills
  Enhance your child’s skills in all of the above by engaging in interactive debates! Public speaking is a very important skill to acquire
  for not only school purposes, but even for day to day lives! Kiddos will learn to voice their opinions, open up for group discussions,
  present their findings, and moreover, get their brains churning!
Middle School Science                 Middle       Pam Stewart         Tuesday 12:30pm-1:30pm $400           14 1/14/202     5/5/2020
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  This class meets the California standards for Science. It will cover the topics for 2nd semester. Topics covered may include Life,
  Physical and/or Earth Science, depending on the background and interests of the students enrolled.
Journey Around the World              2-5/6        Rachna Patel        Tuesday     1:40pm-2:40pm $350 14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
  Geography Class: A fun interactive Geography course designed to teach kiddos important geography concepts, such 1
                                                                                                                  as learning the
  world’s seven continents through a fun song, geographical features of each continent, states and capitals, and so much more! Do
  mini researches, create fun poster projects, and present your findings! Learn how to read maps and so much more! For more
  information, contact Rachna at 5019440780.
Public Speaking Part 2                2-5/6        Ilene Marks         Tuesday     1:40pm-2:40pm $340        14 01/19/20 05/11/2021
  Continuing our lessons to strengthen skills together and practice, practice, practice! Improve self-confidence with this21important skill
  in a comical & nurturing way. Lessons build on each other so the longer session is necessary to make progress. Activities include
  more movie monologues, How to Presentations, poems, debates, social action speeches, a news cast and forming a inspirational
  graduation speech. In addition, students continue to learn the basics to prepare & structure an effective speech . They discover
  tools to articulate that information, while improving their posture, eye contact & body language. Former PS students welcome.
  Lessons last a lifetime. For more information please contact Ilene at highlowmusic@yahoo.com.
Middle School 8th grade Science       Middle       Pam Stewart         Tuesday     1:40pm-2:40pm $400         14 1/14/202       5/5/2020
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  This class will follow the California Science standards for 8th grade science. Topics will include an introduction to astronomy,
  chemistry and physics. This is the 2nd of a two semester sequence.
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Presenter Pros                       K-High       Rachna Patel        Tuesday     2:50pm-3:50pm $350        14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
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  Learn to create attractive & organized presentations w/ fun animations & effects! Great to know for school projects, future
  even for family events.You will work on a presentation using a topic of your choice. You'll learn how to edit & add features, how to
  remove backgrounds from pictures, & to give an interesting presentation. Use ice breaker activities to involve your audience, & end
  your presentation strong! Great class for any age group since everyone will be working on individual projects using the lessons
  learned in class.
  For more information, contact Rachna at 501-944-0780
Tour of the Human Body               2-5/6        Madame Atom         Tuesday    10:30am-12:00 $500 14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
  In this science club we are going to learn about ourselves! Our bodies contain a trulynoon                            1 that each
                                                                                         remarkable assortment of structures
  have an important job to do. When these parts work together as a coherent whole, they make us—wow! We will take an amazing
  journey through the human body. First we will learn about the very smallest living unit of our bodies, the cell. Then we will study how
  cells become specialized to perform their jobs in whatever part of the body they live in. Next we will meet the organs and watch the
  incredible teamwork that goes on between them. The process is sort of like a symphony where each instrument (like each organ of
  the body) is just as important as every other; when one does not sound just right, the music (like the human body) falls out of
  harmony. The human body is truly a masterpiece! Kids will also learn chemistry and physics by focusing on the chemical reactions
  that occur in our bodies to keep us alive. To learn more visit: www.atomscienceclub.com

  For more information please go to www.atomscienceclub.com

   For more information: www.atomscienceclub.com
Collaborate & Elaborate!             4-5/6        Rachna Patel        Tuesday 10:40am-11:40am$350       14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
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  Research ~ Write ~ Present! Read interesting articles, summarize what you read, and present what you discovered. Site
  sources!
  How can you interest your audience? Bring eye-catching visual aids! Maybe you can even begin with an exciting ice breaker activity!
  Let’s collaborate & elaborate!
  Contact Rachna for more information at 501-944-0780 or patelrp1986@gmail.com
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D.A.C. Draw Amazing Cartoons           2-5/6        Mr. Green           Tuesday 11:30pm-12:30pm$350  14 1/19/202 5/11/2021
                                                                                                                 1 life to the
   The students will begin by creating a cartoon character ….maybe someone they know or someone made up. We will give
   character through the surrounding, story, mapping a plot. Drawing storyboards. Mastering expressive typography. In this fun class,
   students will learn the complete set of techniques needed to illustrate even compelling manga characters and stories just like the
   ones in their favorite graphic novels. The emphasis will be on humor and positive attitudes, nothing inappropriate…..my rule is if it’s
   okay with your Mom it’s okay with me.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
Cosmology, A Journey Through         Middle-High Madame Atom          Tuesday 12:30 pm-2:00 pm$500 17 1/19/202 5/25/2021
Time  andexploration
   In this Space                                                                                                         1
                     of the amazing, action-packed story of our universe, club members will develop a timeline of the universe starting
   at its birth—the origin of space-time, called the Big Bang—until today. We will discuss the universe’s earliest moments before
   particles formed. We will ponder how the first particles sprang into existence out of the energy released at the moment of the Big
   Bang. How did those first particles become atoms? How is it possible that we are alive on planet earth 13.7 billion years later? Some
   understanding of basic Chemistry and Physics will be important in this science club. If you have questions about this please email
   the instructor, Madame Atom, @ atomscienceclub@yahoo.com to learn more. She is happy to set up a free Zoom meeting to
   discuss this with you and your child. Other than that, all that’s required is a large pile of 3×5 cards, a hole punch, binder rings, a
   pencil, and the student’s curiosity! To learn more please visit the website: www.atomscienceclub.com
Drawing Sketch and Pastels             4-High       Mr. Green           Tuesday 9:30am-10:30am $350              14 1/19/202 5/11/2020
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   Drawing is intense observation, without the ability to study an object, students will not be able to accurately draw the object. In the
   class students will receive instruction, demonstrations and opportunities to work with different types of paper surfaces and medium.
   Starting with basic concepts including negative space, line, form, and color theory, they will move on to practice techniques such as
   shading, texture, and perspective to add dimension and depth to their work.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all three sessions of this semester.
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SPANISH 1 A-G Immersion Online High     Patricia Christensen
                                                         Tue & Thu 12:00pm-1:00pm $400                              14 1/19/202       5/13/2021
(HS)
   SPANISH 1 A-G ONLINE - IMMERSION CLASS (HS)                                                                                1
   This course is designed to follow state standards. Lessons develop reading, vocabulary, pronunciation, conversation practice, and
   grammar instruction. Interactive group activities focusing on oral language development, reading comprehension, and writing tasks.
   This course introduces students to the culture of the Spanish language while actively developing students’ ability to be proficient in
   the language. This class can be taken for A-G credit, as well as non A-G.

   Instructor: Patricia Costa Christensen, MA (Native Speaker)
English 1 (a-g grade 9)                 High          Victoria KazarianTue & Thu 1:40pm-2:40pm $400           14 1/19/202 5/17/2020
   No one should have to dread writing! My goal in this class is to grow a love of writing by encouraging students to write1what they feel
   passionate about. This high school-level class (based on grade 9 standards) is for students looking to work on writing skills, literary
   analysis, grammar and vocabulary. Students will keep a writing journal, with entries due at each class.This class is a-g approved,
   but I also welcome students not taking the a-g track.
American Literature (a-g grade 11) High               Victoria KazarianTue & Thu 2:50pm-3:50pm $400               14 1/19/202 5/17/2021
   American Literature traces the exciting history of our country through its literature, from colonial times to the pursuit of 1the American
   Dream in the 21st century. We'll read works by American writers and learn to respond to fiction and nonfiction, also
   working on all steps of the writing process. This class is a-g approved but also open to students not taking the a-g track.

The Pleasures of Painting               2-Middle      Mr. Green          Wednesday10:30am-11:30am$350            14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
                                                                                                                              1 watercolor,
   This class is an introduction to different types of painting. There will be instruction and demonstrations with color theory,
   acrylic paint. We will work different style of painting such as abstract and realistic. Subject matter will include still-life , landscapes
   and clothed figures. A materials list will be sent out before first the class begin the estimate price of these items is $25.00..not
   included in the class.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
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A.T.O.M. Science Club                  4-5/6         Madame Atom         Wednesday10:30am-12:00pm$500    14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
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  Some science programs give students just a taste of science, exposing them to an idea here and there. A.T.O.M. Science
  gives them the full meal, not just the appetizer. Rather than focusing on whiz-bang-wow demonstrations, this academically oriented
  program targeting STEM education provides a solid foundation in the principles of science. Club members discover the incredible
  connections among atoms, molecules, living organisms, and our universe. Through hands-on experiments, discussion, and
  presentations, we study chemistry (atoms), physics (energy and matter and how they interact), biology (life study), and astronomy
  (the universe).
  Your child will not only gather knowledge but, like Galileo Galilei, will learn to think critically and analyze situations scientifically. For
  more general information about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: http://www.atomscienceclub.com
Book Club                              2-3           Ilene Marks         Wednesday10:40am-11:50am$320         14 01/20/20 05/12/2021
  Social action, climate issues, racial injustice, heros overcoming obstacles, gender discrimination, I can not stress how21meaningful
  the conversations have been in this class! Books, discussions, projects oh my. Discussions are thought provoking & intriguing.
  Projects creatively correspond to the stories. Class enhances writing, public speaking, problem solving & critical thinking skills.
  Look forward to fabulous, creativity & engaging conversations. Fun while learning! Please contact Ilene at highlowmusic@yahoo.
  com for more information.
Art Drawing                            K-1           Mr. Green           Wednesday12:30pm-1:30pm $350           14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
                                                                                                                              1 students for
  A great class for the young budding artist. Lots of room for visual exploration imagination and creativity . I will be asking
  subject matter ideas. We will learn to draw two and three dimensional shapes and improve motor skills
  Attention will be given to first draw soft and light, this will help in their ability to edit the needed changes. The students will follow my
  step by step instructions to complete the desired drawing. The last half of the class I will instruct on coloring and adding their
  personal touches to their individual pieces.

  This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.

D.A.C. Draw Amazing Cartoons           2-5/6         Mr. Green           Wednesday11:30pm-12:30pm$350
                                                                                                    14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
                                                                                                                1 life to the
  The students will begin by creating a cartoon character ….maybe someone they know or someone made up. We will give
  character through the surrounding, story, mapping a plot. Drawing storyboards. Mastering expressive typography. In this fun class,
  students will learn the complete set of techniques needed to illustrate even compelling manga characters and stories just like the
  ones in their favorite graphic novels. The emphasis will be on humor and positive attitudes, nothing inappropriate…..my rule is if it’s
  okay with your Mom it’s okay with me.

  This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
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Join the Mission to Mars                4-High        Madame Atom         Wednesday       12:30-2:00       $500
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   Right now, NASA is preparing for its next great adventure on the mysterious red planet, Mars! NASA scientists are getting
   the landing of Perseverance, its next robotic rover on Mars, this coming February. As excitement builds, A.T.O.M. Science Club will
   conduct a special online program that will allow students and their families to participate in this adventure. Club members will learn
   about the Perseverance rover and its mission and look back at the rovers and landers that journeyed to Mars before it. They will
   learn how to use NASA online tools to explore the surface of Mars as seen through the eyes of many scientific instruments in orbit
   around Mars. Each month, we will chat with a NASA scientist to learn about different exciting landforms and locations on the surface
   of Mars. We will look beyond Perseverance, and gain an understanding of the criteria being used to select the first human landing
   site on Mars!       To learn more visit the website: www.atomscienceclub.com
Drawing Sketch and Pastels              Middle-High Mr. Green             Wednesday 2:00pm-3:00pm $350           14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
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   Drawing is intense observation, without the ability to study an object, students will not be able to accurately draw the object. In the
   class students will receive instruction, demonstrations and opportunities to work with different types of paper surfaces and medium.
   Starting with basic concepts including negative space, line, form, and color theory, they will move on to practice techniques such as
   shading, texture, and perspective to add dimension and depth to their work.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
A.T.O.M.Science Club                    2-5/6         Madame Atom         Wednesday 2:00pm-3:30pm $500    14 1/20/202 05/12/2021
                                                                                                                      1 Club
   Some science programs give students just a taste of science, exposing them to an idea here and there. A.T.O.M. Science
   gives them the full meal, not just the appetizer. Rather than focusing on whiz-bang-wow demonstrations, this academically oriented
   program targeting STEM education provides a solid foundation in the principles of science. Club members discover the incredible
   connections among atoms, molecules, living organisms, and our universe. Through hands-on experiments, discussion, and
   presentations, we study chemistry (atoms), physics (energy and matter and how they interact), biology (life study), and astronomy
   (the universe).
   Your child will not only gather knowledge but, like Galileo Galilei, will learn to think critically and analyze situations scientifically. For
   more general information about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: http://www.atomscienceclub.com
D.A.C. Draw Amazing Cartoons            2-5/6         Mr. Green           Wednesday 3:00pm-4:00pm $350
                                                                                                     14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
                                                                                                                 1 life to the
   The students will begin by creating a cartoon character ….maybe someone they know or someone made up. We will give
   character through the surrounding, story, mapping a plot. Drawing storyboards. Mastering expressive typography. In this fun class,
   students will learn the complete set of techniques needed to illustrate even compelling manga characters and stories, just like the
   ones in their favorite graphic novels. The emphasis will be on humor and positive attitudes, nothing inappropriate…..my rule is if it’s
   okay with your Mom it’s okay with me.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all three sessions of this semester.
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A.T.O.M.Science Club                   4-5/6         Madame Atom         Wednesday 5:30pm-7:00pm $500    14 1/20/202 5/13/2021
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  Some science programs give students just a taste of science, exposing them to an idea here and there. A.T.O.M. Science
  gives them the full meal, not just the appetizer. Rather than focusing on whiz-bang-wow demonstrations, this academically oriented
  program targeting STEM education provides a solid foundation in the principles of science. Club members discover the incredible
  connections among atoms, molecules, living organisms, and our universe. Through hands-on experiments, discussion, and
  presentations, we study chemistry (atoms), physics (energy and matter and how they interact), biology (life study), and astronomy
  (the universe).
  Your child will not only gather knowledge but, like Galileo Galilei, will learn to think critically and analyze situations scientifically. For
  more general information about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: http://www.atomscienceclub.com.
Drawing Sketch and Pastels             Middle-High Mr. Green             Wednesday 9:30am-10:30am $350          14 1/20/202 5/12/2021
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  Drawing is intense observation, without the ability to study an object, students will not be able to accurately draw the object. In the
  class students will receive instruction, demonstrations and opportunities to work with different types of paper surfaces and medium.
  Starting with basic concepts including negative space, line, form, and color theory, they will move on to practice techniques such as
  shading, texture, and perspective to add dimension and depth to their work.

  This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.

Writing Workshop Part 1                2-3           Ilene Marks          Thursday 9:20am-10:20am $350          14 01/21/20 5/13/2021
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  Does your child want to be a better writer? Engaging activities promote creativity and improve core writing skills. Students   must
  know 2/3rd grammar and the have an understanding of basic writing. Over the three sessions students will be introduced to the
  three main types of writing: Narrative, Information and Opinion. Plus, students will write various types of poems. . Class enhances
  public speaking, problem solving and critical thinking. Fun while learning! Small class, lots of individual attention. . Workbook $10.
  Please contact Ilene at highlowmusic@yahoo.com for more information.
The Pleasures of Painting              2-Middle      Mr. Green            Thursday 10:30am-11:30am$350          14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                             1 watercolor,
  This class is an introduction to different types of painting. There will be instruction and demonstrations with color theory,
  acrylic paint. We will work different style of painting such as abstract and realistic. Subject matter will include still-life , landscapes
  and clothed figures. A materials list will be sent out before first the class begin the estimate price of these items is $25.00..not
  included in the class.

  This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
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IEW Writing Semester 2                  4-5/6         Jordan Wolfe        Thursday 10:40am-11:50am$350           14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
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   This is a continuation of IEW writing in which we will cover the second half of the lessons in Institute for Excellence in Writing’s
   curriculum: Structure and Style for Students Year 1 Level A. New students are welcome to join if they feel they are ready to jump into
   writing multi paragraph papers. This class will meet online through Zoom. Contact Jordanwolfe42@gmail.com with any questions
   you have about the course.

   Required text: https://iew.com/shop/products/structure-and-style-students-year-1-level-binder-student-packet

Spanish Made Easy (MS) Immersion Middle Patricia Christensen
                                                          Thursday 10:40am-11:50am$350                              14 1/21/202       5/13/2021
Online
   SPANISH MADE EASY FOR TEENS - IMMERSION CLASS (MS)                                                                         1
   A play-based approach to learning a foreign language. Spanish instruction through Games, Dialogues, Storytelling, Skits, and
   Recipes. These weekly classes will focus on conversational Spanish, and basic grammar. Students will learn to read a simple book
   in Spanish, and answer comprehension questions. Cultural Teachings. This course introduces students to the culture of the Spanish
   language while actively developing students’ ability to be proficient in the language. Instructor: Patricia Costa Christensen, MA
   (Native Speaker)
British Literature (a-g 12)             High          Victoria Kazarian Thursday 10:40am-11:50am$400          14 1/21/202 5/17/2021
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   This class traces the development of the English language through its epic adventure stories, starting with Beowulf, translated by
   Tolkien. We’ll take a road trip with Chaucer to Canterbury, with Shakespeare to the Globe Theatre, then spend time with the funny,
   satirical writers of the 18th century. After experiencing the drama of Frankenstein, we’ll end the year as we started it—with Tolkein,
   and his Fellowship of the Ring. This class is a-g approved but also open to those on a non-a-g track.
Art Drawing                             K-1           Mr. Green           Thursday 12:30pm-1:30pm $350           14 1/21/202 5/31/2021
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   A great class for the young budding artist. Lots of room for visual exploration imagination and creativity . I will be asking
   subject matter ideas. We will learn to draw two and three dimensional shapes and improve motor skills
   Attention will be given to first draw soft and light, this will help in their ability to edit the needed changes. The students will follow my
   step by step instructions to complete the desired drawing. The last half of the class I will instruct on coloring and adding their
   personal touches to their individual pieces.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeksof this semester.
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IEW Writing Semester 1                  2-5/6         Jordan Wolfe        Thursday 12:30pm-1:30pm $350            14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
   This class will help students improve their writing using different stylistic techniques, outlines, and word choices. In the2first
   semester, we will go from creating basic outlines to composing multiple paragraph essays and stories based on various, fun fiction
   and non-fiction texts. We will be using the Institute for Excellence in Writing curriculum: Structure and Style for Students Year 1
   Level A. IEW suggests this curriculum level for 3rd-5th grade students based mainly on the reading material, pace, and vocabulary
   level, however the course may also be useful for middle schoolers looking to improve their composition skills.
   Required text (can be used for 2 semesters): https://iew.com/shop/products/structure-and-style-students-year-1-level-binder-student-
   packet
Anatomy With a Fun Twist                4-Middle      Rachna Patel        Thursday 12:30pm-1:30pm $350  14 1/21/202 05/13/2021
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   Feeling tired? Hungry? Aching? Sinuses? Being familiar with the Human Anatomy is very important. Through fun hands-on activities,
   grasp a better understanding of how and why your body does what it actually does! Learn the different body systems as you do
   intriguing hands-on activities related to each! Compete in Jeopardy-style trivia to test what you have learned!
The Pleasures of Painting               2-Middle      Mr. Green           Thursday 1:30pm-2:30pm $350            14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                              1 watercolor,
   This class is an introduction to different types of painting. There will be instruction and demonstrations with color theory,
   acrylic paint. We will work different style of painting such as abstract and realistic. Subject matter will include still-life , landscapes
   and clothed figures. A materials list will be sent out before first the class begin the estimate price of these items is $25.00..not
   included in the class.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.

Evolving Einsteins' Trivia              2-5/6         Rachna Patel        Thursday 1:40pm-2:40pm $350          14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
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   It’s time to test your knowledge and skills through interesting facts and by competing in buzzer trivia competitions for your
   win a RAAC trophy! This class will help increase students’ speed, efficiency, and overall test-taking skills. The idea is to boost their
   confidence and motivation to acquire new knowledge. They will have to buzz in to answer a wide variety of educational
   questions/riddles. Some will be facts; others will be riddles to solve. Will YOU be the next Einstein??? Come and find out!
   Contact Rachna for more information at 501-944-0780
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Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow               2-5/6         Rachna Patel        Thursday 2:50pm-3:50pm $350  14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
   Learn how to become a successful entrepreneur with topics in ideation, business management, new venture creation,1how to identify
   entrepreneurial opportunities, and much more!
   Put your ideas into action! Create a website, marketing strategies, and learn what you need to do to be a successful entrepreneur! I
   am personally an Entrepreneur who started up this art & academic club, formulated and trademarked an oil to heal arthritis
   (EliminAche), paint customized wall art/t-shirts/coasters, make cakes, and plan/host events for people! Let’s see what you can
   innovate!
Music Theory and Skills part 3          Middle-High Jordan Wolfe          Thursday 2:50pm-3:50pm $350     14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                      1 Theory and
   This is a music theory and musicianship course. We will continue working through Alfred's Complete Essentials of Music
   learning how to hear, identify, and dictate music further developing our ears as musicians.

   New students are welcome. Please contact Jordanwolfe42@gmail.com

   Required text: https://www.alfred.com/alfreds-essentials-of-music-theory-complete/p/00-17234/
Music Theory and Skills part 3 4WK Middle-High Jordan Wolfe          Thursday 2:50pm-3:50pm $100           4 1/21/202 3/11/2021
Trial                                                                                                                 1 Theory and
   This is a music theory and musicianship course. We will continue working through Alfred's Complete Essentials of Music
   learning how to hear, identify, and dictate music further developing our ears as musicians.

   New students are welcome. Please contact Jordanwolfe42@gmail.com

   Required text: https://www.alfred.com/alfreds-essentials-of-music-theory-complete/p/00-17234/

   This is a 4 week trial class. If at the end of the trial you would like to continue, you will be able to register for the rest of the 14 week
   semester.
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Biology, The Exploration of Life       4-5/6        Madame Atom         Thursday 10:30 pm-12:00 $500            14 1/21/202      5/14/2021
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   In this biology course, we will analyze the current hypothesis of how life might have started as we learn the basic chemical
   ingredients all life still shares today. Club members will delve into the intricate internal machinery that keeps all cells metabolizing.
   We will then explore how life is able to evolve and examine the mechanisms that allow life to adapt to an ever-changing planet. This
   is a thorough, interactive course for students who want to study biology with a curious mind in the presence of experts in the field.
   Club members will observe life, build models, act out processes, conduct experiments, and explore life as they have never done
   before. For a more detailed description of the topics and information we will cover please go to this link: https://atomscienceclub.
   corsizio.com/c/5f3c80e33ed0e3b347013a25
   To learn more about A.T.O.M. Science Club go to: www.atomscienceclub.com
Personal Finance                       Middle-High Rachna Patel         Thursday 10:40am-11:40am$350         14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
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   A fun way to help students understand the impact of individual choices on future life goals and earning potential. Topics
   include generating income, taxes, money management, spending and credit, as well as saving and investing. Students will also
   engage in an intriguing “Million-Dollar Spending Project” allocating funds, wisely, as "roommates" where they will put all their
   financial skills into use!
   Contact Rachna at 501-944-0780 for more information.
D.A.C. Draw Amazing Cartoons           2-5/6        Mr. Green           Thursday 11:30pm-12:30pm$350 14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                 1 life to the
   The students will begin by creating a cartoon character ….maybe someone they know or someone made up. We will give
   character through the surrounding, story, mapping a plot. Drawing storyboards. Mastering expressive typography. In this fun class,
   students will learn the complete set of techniques needed to illustrate even compelling manga characters and stories, just like the
   ones in their favorite graphic novels. The emphasis will be on humor and positive attitudes, nothing inappropriate…..my rule is if it’s
   okay with your Mom it’s okay with me.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.
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Biology, The Exploration of Life      Middle-High Madame Atom           Thursday     12:30-2:00 pm $500        14 1/20/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                          1
   In this biology course, we will analyze the current hypothesis of how life might have started as we learn the basic chemical
   ingredients all life still shares today. Club members will delve into the intricate internal machinery that keeps all cells metabolizing.
   We will then explore how life is able to evolve and examine the mechanisms that allow life to adapt to an ever-changing planet. This
   a thorough, interactive course for students who want to study biology with a curious mind in the presence of experts in the field. Club
   members will observe life, build models, act out processes, conduct experiments, and explore life as they have never done before.
   For a more detailed description of information and topics we will cover please go to this link:https://atomscienceclub.corsizio.
   com/c/5f3c80e33ed0e3b347013a25

   For more information about A.T.O.M. Science Club go to: www.atomscienceclub.com
Drawing Sketch and Pastels            Middle-High Mr. Green             Thursday 3:00pm-4:00pm $350 14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                             1
   Drawing is intense observation, without the ability to study an object, students will not be able to accurately draw the object. In the
   class students will receive instruction, demonstrations and opportunities to work with different types of paper surfaces and medium.
   Starting with basic concepts including negative space, line, form, and color theory, they will move on to practice techniques such as
   shading, texture, and perspective to add dimension and depth to their work.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.

Drawing Sketch and Pastels            Middle-High Mr. Green             Thursday 9:30am-10:30am $350             14 1/21/202 5/13/2021
                                                                                                                             1
   Drawing is intense observation, without the ability to study an object, students will not be able to accurately draw the object. In the
   class students will receive instruction, demonstrations and opportunities to work with different types of paper surfaces and medium.
   Starting with basic concepts including negative space, line, form, and color theory, they will move on to practice techniques such as
   shading, texture, and perspective to add dimension and depth to their work.

   This is an ongoing class and will be offered for all 14 weeks of this semester.

Language Arts Grammar Part 1          2-3           Ilene Marks          Friday      9:20am-10:20am $350       14 01/22/20 05/14/2021
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   Enhance essential skills with this literacy and critical thinking program designed to improve a student’s grammar, reading,
   punctuation, writing & creativity. Classes build stronger language and communication skills. Activities enhance problem solving &
   public speaking. Students use their own Language Smarts workbook to be purchased before class. I have a few. ( $35) Fun while
   learning! Small class, lots of individual attention. PLEASE NOTE: Students must be reading, however, this class will enhance their
   skills and explain concepts. Please contact Ilene at highlowmusic@yahoo.com for more information.
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Ballet Fun                             2-Middle      Michelle Cardoza       Friday    12:30pm-1:30pm $245    14 1/22/202 5/14/2020
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  This class is for beginning students of ballet and also those who have had previous experience of ballet, but would rather
  online setting. Ages taught in this class are 7-12. Students can wear ballet attire including leotard and tights and/or skirt or clothes
  that are comfortable but form fitting such as leggings and a t-shirt. If the minimum number of students isn't reached, I will still offer
  one on one class at a reduced time of 45 min.
Human Evolution, Intro To Physical 4-Middle      Madame Atom          Friday 10:30pm-12:00pm$500 14 1/22/202 5/14/2021
Anthropology                                                                                                         1 look at
  Come take a journey through time, starting with molten Earth. This science adventure gives club members a big-picture
  where the human species fits in the biological world. Life began as a single cell on our 4.7-billion-year-old planet. How is it possible
  that humans—complex multi-cellular beings—are now alive and thriving on Earth? Physical anthropologists are trying to figure out
  this amazing story. Club members will study the evidence and come up with their own hypotheses regarding our earliest ancestors.
  Madame Atom will share stories about her meetings with world-famous anthropologist Louis Leakey and primatologist Jane Goodall.
  And she’ll discuss her exciting field adventures, unearthing and piecing together human remains and teaching language to
  chimpanzees!.
  To learn more about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: www.atomscienceclub.com
A.T.O.M. Science Club                  Middle-High Madame Atom              Friday    2:00 pm-3:30 pm $500
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  Some science programs give students just a taste of science, exposing them to an idea here and there. A.T.O.M. Science
  gives them the full meal, not just the appetizer. Rather than focusing on whiz-bang-wow demonstrations, this academically oriented
  program targeting STEM education provides a solid foundation in the principles of science. Club members discover the incredible
  connections among atoms, molecules, living organisms, and our universe. Through hands-on experiments, discussion, and
  presentations, we study chemistry (atoms), physics (energy and matter and how they interact), biology (life study), and astronomy
  (the universe).
  Your child will not only gather knowledge but, like Galileo Galilei, will learn to think critically and analyze situations scientifically. For
  more general information about A.T.O.M. Science Club please visit the website: http://www.atomscienceclub.com.
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