Explore Our First Quarter Electives

First Quarter Elective Classes meet on the following dates: August 16, 23, 30, September 6, 13, 20, 27, and October 4, 11.

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Dig in with Farmer Alex and learn about organic gardening, from composting to harvest! 

Join Dr. B in creating, editing, and posting fun and informative digital content while learning safe media practices.

Learn the basics of Spanish with Mrs. Nicki through games, roleplay, and fun interactive activities! 

Learn to safely use a variety of tools with Ms. Sara through planning, building, and selling new and upcycled items in local market spaces.  

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Take a 45 minute guitar or percussion/hand drum class, then have fun with your friends on the playground!

Dig in with Farmer Alex and learn about organic gardening, from composting to harvest!

Chemical engineers  invent and solve problems having to do with chemicals. From creating cosmetics to growing safe food, to cleaning up pollution, join Mr. Kevin in a hands-on engineering exploration!

Tuesday Afternoon Electives

12:00-1:30 Block

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Dig in with Farmer Alex and learn about organic gardening, from composting to harvest! 

Join Dr. B in team based attempts to recreate 'picture perfect' baked goods! 

Chemical engineers  invent and solve problems having to do with chemicals. From creating cosmetics to growing safe food, to cleaning up pollution, join Mr. Kevin in a hands-on engineering exploration!

Explore the seven elements of art through mixed media and engage your inner artist with Ms. Sara!

Try your hand at puppetry with Mrs. Nicki! Learn how to operate puppets and work with friends to put on an ensemble performance.

1:30 PM-3:00 PM

Explode some kittens, settle Catan, and learn strategy and tactics while playing a variety of tabletop games with Mr. Kevin. Bring your A game!

Join Dr. B in team based attempts to recreate 'picture perfect' baked goods!

The yearbook committee will design and publish the yearbook! If you have a flair for digital design, writing, and scrapbooking, help us document our year!

Get the perfect shot by learning the basics of subject, composition, lighting, and editing with Ms. Sara. You must bring your own digital camera device. 

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