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Captains - 6th-8th

1st Hour

 

PE: Sports & Games - Time to move! Participate in fun games and activities with your class.

Teacher: Skutt & Figueroa

Supplies: Please wear tennis shoes and weather-appropriate clothing as PE is held outside, and bring a snack from home to enjoy.

PE: Walking Club - Walking Club is our new alternate PE class for those who don't prefer sports and games. Lace up your sneakers to walk and chat with friends.

Teacher: Lucking

Supplies: Please wear tennis shoes and weather-appropriate clothing as PE is held outside, and bring a snack from home to enjoy.
 

2nd Hour

Lego Club - Using specially designed BricQ Motion Prime Lego sets, students will explore the physical science of sports and engineering. Students will collaborate to accomplish build challenges, test them out, and analyze changes in motion.

Teacher: Brandy Taylor 

Supplies: None

Class Fee: $15

 

Art  - This semester will be focusing more on drawing and sketching, and will branch out into other art forms as well. Students will have some work to accomplish outside of class. Sketch books and pencils will be provided.

Teacher: Crawford

Supplies: None

Class Fee: $30

World Geography - Students will study the various nations and cultures that occupy Earth's diverse continents and regions. In addition to Earth's lands and oceans, Captain's will explore how its climate and geographical features have shaped the culture of the people in specific regions. Map-making skills will be introduced with emphasis on political and topographical maps.

Teacher: Tinetti

Supplies: Tracing Paper, Pencils.

Class Fee: None

 

Mad Scientist - Things will drop and spin, fizz and spew, shrink and expand, and even disappear! A lot of predictions will be made along the way while learning the steps of the scientific method. Join us as we have a lot of fun while learning.

Teacher: Swords

Supplies: Safety Glasses

Class Fee: $20

3rd Hour

Zoology - Come explore the amazing world of animals! We'll be examining the role that animals play in our lives, with sections devoted to:


Pets - What kind of animals do we like to live with, and why?
Working Animals - From service animals to police and military K-9's, bomb detectors and more.
Tasty Animals - Humans have been eating our furry, feathered and scaly friends since time began. Let's talk about our favorites.
Zoo Animals - Exotic and strange creatures. Who's who at the zoo?
Dangerous animals - Which ones make our hearts beat faster as we scream and run away?

Join us for lively discussion, videos, and encounters as we take a look at some special members of the animal kingdom.

This class will repeat in the Spring.

Teacher: Townsend

Supplies: None

Class Fee: $7

Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction - Join us as we create miniature weapons out of basic household items. In each class, we'll get the opportunity to test our weapons via target practice and launches!

This class will repeat in the Spring.
Teacher: Schlagel & Figueroa

Supplies: None

Class Fee: $15

Survival Skills Bootcamp - Join our adrenaline-packed Survival Skills class and master the art of thriving in any emergency! Learn compass navigation, fire starting, shelter building, water purification, foraging, first aid, and more. Led by Mrs. JoAn, a seasoned adventurer with captivating tales from backpacking and hiking along the Appalachian Trail, and occasional training from her husband, a former U.S. Marine. Get ready for hands-on learning outdoors and be prepared for anything that comes your way! (Supplies included for each student to use/keep: compass, whistle, fire starter, paracord, emergency blanket, water filtration device, and hand-crank flashlight)

This class will repeat in the Spring.

Teacher: Stead

Supplies: Provided through class fee for each student to use/keep: compass, whistle, fire starter, paracord, emergency blanket, water filtration device, and hand-crank flashlight.

Class Fee: $40

Civics/Mock Trial - Learn the fundamentals of American government in a fun and interactive way! Students will explore the judicial branch of government by participating in mini mock trials. Are the three little pigs responsible for the wolf being injured while trying to climb down their chimney?! We will find out what the jury thinks during one of our mini mock trials! In this class students will have the opportunity to participate in mini mock trials, classroom debates, and interesting discussions designed to promote critical thinking skills. There is no “objection” to how fun this class will be!

Teacher: Jones & Tinetti

Supplies: Paper and Pencil.

Class Fee: $5

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