WEDNESDAY 

Ages 6-10

A CLOSER LOOK

SCIENCE 

Ages 8 - 10

10:00 -11:30

Children are scientists at heart,the world is a giant lab and everyday is an experiment.

 

This is a three term class. In the fall we will explore the geology of our planet, investigating the minerals, energy and changes of the little blue marble we call home. In the winter we will explore the earth’s water ways, rivers, oceans, lakes and water cycle.

 

The Spring term will point us to the night sky for our unity in Astronomy.

This class will be offered online and on site when we can return to campus

 

Spring 2020: $250

10 Days

March 25th

April 1st, 22nd, 29th

May 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

June 3rd, 10th

 

No class April 8th, 15th Spring Break

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Tinamarie Panyard

WEDNESDAY 

Ages 10+

 

WORLD OF GEOMETRY INTRODUCTION 

Ages 11 - 14

10:00 -11:30

I believe that anyone can master Math through proper teaching geared toward his/her specific needs and interests. I love to use real-life examples when presenting new material and I believe that any knowledge should be practical.

 

In this class, we will learn the basics of geometry: angles and side lengths, parallel lines and vertical angles, triangles, exterior angle theorem, special lines in a triangle (bisector, median, altitude), congruence and congruence theorems, construction of triangles.

 

Students will have weekly homework.

 

This class will be offered online and on site when we can return to the DD campus

 

Spring 2020: $225

10 Days

March 25th

April 1st, 22nd, 29th

May 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

June 3rd, 10th

 

No class April 8th, 15th Spring Break

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Ekaterina Machavariani

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THE PLANET WE LIVE ON ECOLOGY/ CONSERVATION

Ages 11-14

12:30 - 2:30 

This year in The Planet We Live On we will explore humanities' effect on our oceans, forests, landforms and climate. We will explore the importance of our natural resources throughout human history and how climate, topography, water sources, floral and fauna affect civilization and culture. This class will focus heavily on ecology and conservation.

We will have guest speakers join us in person and via video conferencing to talk to us about climate change, ethical water sourcing, and our role in protecting our environment. We will also strive to take an active role in our community to be the change in our own backyard. 

 

This class will be offered online and on site when we can return to the DD campus

 

Spring 2020: $300

10 Days

March 25th

April 1st, 22nd, 29th

May 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

June 3rd, 10th

 

No class April 8th, 15th Spring Break

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Tinamarie Panyard 

Leontine Greenberg

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ACTING OUT/ MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION

Ages 11 - 18

3:30 - 5:30

Using storytelling and theatre to explore our humanity, relationships and the world around us has been a part of the human experience since the first hunter gathers.  In this class we focus on using acting to learn, practice and hone communication skills that will serve our students in all aspects of their lives.

The spring term will focus on our final preparations for our main stage performances in June. This is a performance class. All our our rehearsal are mandatory. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic our class will continue to meet virtually.  Our final production will be a radio play.

This class will be offered online and on site when we can return to the DD campus

Spring 2020: $400

10 Days

March 25th

April 1st, 22nd, 29th

May 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

June 3rd, 10th

 

No class April 8th, 15th Spring Break

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Tinamarie Paynard

TJ Glenn

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