2020 Spring Enrichment Class Listing

Updated  12/29/19

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2020 Spring Enrichment Classes
Classes offered during the three periods of the spring semester of the 2019-2020 school year. There is no deadline for membership to qualify to enroll for the spring semester, but Eagle membership is required before registration can be completed. Registration (sign-ups) for classes will be held on January 7, 2020, at East Booneville Baptist Church.
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2020 SPRING ENRICHMENT CLASSES

 

1ST PERIOD

 

PREK-K

 

THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR 

Teacher: Tori Cromeans 

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 12

Min: 8

Cost: $15

Description: Practice counting, learn days of the week, and follow the life cycle of a butterfly with live caterpillars and “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” book by Eric Carle. Snacks provided. 

 

FUN WITH COLORS

Teacher: Shanna McCuistian

Grade: PreK ONLY

Max: 10

Min: 3

Cost: $10

Description: Games, crafts, and snacks based off the color wheel!! I will need to get allergy lists.

 

CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG

Teacher: Robin McCoy

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 10

Cost: $10

Description: We are going to be reading one or two Clifford the Big Red Dog books each week and doing crafts that go along with our story. This class will help teach skills in math, language arts, and reading.

 

K-1st

 

SIGHT WORD FUN

Teacher: Sabrina Miller 

Grade: K-1st

Max: 10

Cost: $20

Description: Sight words are critical for reading fluency. Through practice using games, worksheets and other activities, we will be learning our sight words in a fun and engaging way. Help your child master their sight words with SIGHT WORD FUN! 

 

1st-3rd

 

SWEETS AND TREATS 

Teacher: Jodie Marsh

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Cost: $30

Description: We will take on a different adventure each week. We will design cupcakes, cookies, aprons, and many surprises along the way. Come ready to get a little messy.

 

THE HUMAN BODY 

Teacher: Misty Massey

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: Let’s learn about the human body. In this class we will discuss and do experiments on how our body works, from how we see and digest food to how fast we run and how our taste buds work. We will have some hands-on experiments in class. We will also do some drawing and coloring as we learn about our body.

 

DISCOVERING EARTH SCIENCE LAB

Teacher: Stephanie Simpson

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: Do you have a budding geologist? Is your child asking you "What kind of rock is this?" all the time? Well, in this class we will learn about the types of rocks and minerals, how to identify and classify them, explore real fossils, make volcanoes and crystals, crack geode, and many more hands-on experiments and projects to help kids understand the earth around them.   

 

 SCRAPBOOKING FUN 

Teacher: Kristy Morgan

Grade: 1st-3rd 

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: $25

Description: We will spend 10 weeks making our own scrapbooks to take home at the end of the semester. Pictures are not required but are allowed. We will learn to use embellishments, cutters, stamps, and die cuts.  We will have good old-fashioned fun of doing it all by hand with no digital help!

 

CHARACTER THAT HONORS GOD

Teacher: Sarah Smith

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $15

Description: We will study a different character quality each week, including honesty, attentiveness, patience, responsibility, obedience, and forgiveness. We will learn why character is important and discuss how we can honor God with our words, thoughts, and actions. This class will be full of activities, crafts, and games to help the students remember and apply what they learn. 

 

4TH-6TH

 

TORCHLIGHTERS PART TWO

Teacher: Christy Burcham

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: $15

Description: This is a continuation of the Torchlighters Heroes of the Faith series from the last semester. Everyone is welcome to attend even if you were not in the last class. We will be taking a slower pace this semester which will allow us more time for the activities that go along with the 30- minute video of each featured hero. We will be studying the life of Gladys Aylward (missionary to China), William Booth (founder of the Salvation Army), Augustine (Roman orator won to the Lord by his mother), and Jim Elliot (missionary to Ecuador matyred by the Auca tribe). Each of these stories is inspiring and encouraging to learn. Come learn about fellow believers and the obstacles the Lord used in their lives to bring Him glory and win others to Him!

 

BEGINNER BASKETBALL 

Teacher: Branden and Aaron Haumesser

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $15

Description: We will learn basic basketball techniques.

 

SEWING

Teacher: Allison Beene

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 6

Cost: $50

Description: This semester we will make small projects, a bag, pillowcase, throw pillows... We'll sew through as many projects as time allows!

 

I CAN DO ALL THINGS- MARKER CLASS

Teacher: Amelia Davis

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: $15

Description: We will be doing marker cards while learning basic art skills using Barry Stebbing's curriculum.

 

BEGINNER’S KNITTING CLASS 

Teacher: Nora Collins 

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 5 

Min: 3

Cost: $30

Description: Students will learn basic techniques of knitting, such as casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch, increase, decrease and binding off.  We will complete a scarf and a hat.  

 

EXPLORE THE CULTURES 

Teacher: Magan Bostick

Max: 12

Min: 3

Cost: $25

Description: Join us as we explore the world learning about different cultures. Before we start our travels, we will create a passport to record our experiences.  Every week we will have fun learning with a different country. We will see how other people live, test out what they eat, learn a word or two in their language, and see how they dress! 

 

7TH-8TH

 

LEARN MATH FAST BOOK ONE 

Teacher: Stephanie Kelly

Grade: 7th-8th

Max: 3

Min: 1

Cost: $10

Description: This class is for anyone who needs a review of the basics or is struggling with learning math. This class is from the Learn Math Fast books. It covers addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. If we get far enough it also covers US Standard measurements. A review of the books can be found at learnmathfastbooks.com. 

 

7TH-12TH

 

INTRODUCTION TO BEEKEEPING 

Cathryn Heath 

Grade: 7th-12th 

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: $35

Description: Students will learn the lifecycle of the honeybee, equipment needed for keeping honeybees and how to keep them. If enough students sign up, a hive (without bees) will be given away at the end of the semester. This class will probably not be offered in the fall.

 

BASIC MARTIAL ARTS AND SELF DEFENSE

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: Students will learn basic martial arts skills and learn to use them to defend themselves. We will also discuss the importance of learning to walk away and/or talk their way out of a bad situation first and use self-defense as a last resort. 

 

INSPIRED WRITING & ART THROUGH MUSIC

Teacher: Pennie Sloan

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $30

Description: Each week, during class, students will listen to a new Christian song to draw inspiration from. Students will then personally relate each song to their own life & experience(s). Next, they will express themselves by creating a piece of art and by writing/journaling about each song.  Students will get to know their selves on a deeper level emotionally, spiritually, as an artist, and as a writer. Students will work through the writing process and will learn many tips for becoming a more confident writer & artist. Our art mediums will include sketching pencils, pens, charcoal, & calligraphy. By the end of our 10 weeks together students will have written & illustrated many masterpieces to treasure forever, and they will also take home their lovely journal & a pouch of art supplies to continue with more inspired writing & art through music. 

 

EAGLE LEGISLATION

Student Leaders: Jamison Murabito and Andy Spencer

Parent Supervisor: Kristi Murabito

Grades: 7th-12th

Max: 20

Min: 8

Cost: $5

Description: We will be learning the basics of legislation. This will include learning to write a bill, learning how to use Robert’s Rules of Order, learning how to debate bills, learning how to keep Godly character while debating bills, learning how to work with others, learning how to work as chairman and clerk if elected, while learning to come out of your comfort zone. This will be led by students for students. The goal of this class would be to help raise future leaders by showing them the leadership skills of legislation. 

 

9th-12th

 

HOW TO DISSECT 

Teacher: Michal-Ann Spencer

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 20

Min: 10

Cost: $55

Description: This dissection class will give each student the opportunity to explore the anatomy of 9 different animals, including fetal pig, perch, star fish, crawfish, worm, cricket, clam and frog, while working with an assigned lab partner. Class cost includes all 9 specimens, all dissection tools and tray, safety glasses, apron, gloves and all materials to clean up. This is an excellent opportunity to get in those lab credits. To view specimens, you can visit Home Science Tools and look at the advanced dissecting kit.

 

DAVE RAMSAY’S FOUNDATION IN PERSONAL FINANCE: High School Edition (2 semester course) 

Teacher: Heather Underwood

Grade: 9th-12th RETURNING STUDENTS ONLY

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: Paid in full last semester

Description: Welcome to a class that is going to give you a head start on your future! Learning how to manage your money is one of the most important skills you can have. Why? Because your financial decisions will have long-term consequences, either good or bad. We’ll give you the tools and knowledge that will help you win with money right from the start. When it comes to your financial future, we want you to aim high and dream big. There’s a lot to learn, so let’s get started!

 

YEARBOOK STAFF

Teacher: Hannah Kemp

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 10

Cost: Free

Description: Lets create our yearbook! All high school students welcome. Come ready to document those memories! If you own a camera and/or laptop, bring them along. No experience is required, just a positive attitude and a willingness to work as a team! 

 

ACT PREP 

Teacher: Amy Claunch

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 15

Min: 4

Cost: $26

Description: We will be using The Official ACT Prep Guide to prepare for the imposing test that is required for all students to enter college and, depending on the score, can help students qualify for scholarships to help pay for college. Using this comprehensive prep book, we will discuss effective test-taking strategies and tips for boosting your score. We will also be taking practice tests and learning valuable advice from the experts on preparing both mentally and physically so you can manage anxiety and be fully confident on test day. 

 

2ND PERIOD

 

PreK-K

 

ADVENTURES WITH DR. SEUSS

Teacher: Alisha McCarter

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 10

Min: 6

Cost: $20

Description: “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” as we travel so slow. “Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!” in just a tiny blink. Come join Dr. Seuss and see…just how crazy adventures can really be!!! Eat a snack you can smack, make a craft that is daft, and play a game that brings fame. Without you… Oh, what will we do?

 

BUSY BODIES

Teacher: Victoria Goss

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $15

Description: We will be doing crafts and activities such as making play dough, practicing our cutting skills, even doing some science experiments. We will also work on fine tuning our fine motor skills with fun crafts and activities.

 

LANDFORMS & COLLAGE ART

Teacher: Pennie Sloan

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 8

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: Students will have fun learning about landforms while creating bright & colorful collage masterpieces! Students will see & study several photographs of each landform and will then practice their collage skills by cutting & gluing to create and illustrate each landform. The students will, then, turn their landforms into habitats by adding an animal or animals to each. As an extension, the students will also practice building each landform with playdough. The landforms we will study include mountains, hills, valleys, lakes, rivers, oceans, islands, plains, deserts, plateaus, glaciers, & more if time permits. By the end of our 10 weeks together the students will have created a keepsake folder full of landforms & information about each. 

 

PLAYTIME ADVENTURES 

Teacher: Beverly Tedford

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 10

Cost: $10

Description: We will be doing educational activities, indoor games, and pretend center play. We will build social skills, character traits, and use our imagination. Preschooler will have fun as well as learn through play. Snacks will be provided. 

 

CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG

Teacher: Robin McCoy

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 10

Cost: $10

Description: We are going to be reading one or two Clifford the Big Red Dog books each week and doing crafts that go along with our story. This class will help teach skills in math, language arts, and reading.

 

1st-3rd

 

KEVA Construction Kids

Teacher: Amy Claunch

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Cost: $50

Description: Oh, the structures we can imagine and build! Using KEVA pine structure planks, we will be creating buildings, monuments, and geometric forms. Each student will get their own set of 200 KEVA planks with a 24-page idea booklet. We will be using that booklet for building ideas but will also have free, imaginative building class times. The sky is the limit on what we can build! We will also plan a field trip to my husband’s very local business, Mid South Truss, Inc, to see how pine lumber is assembled to build some real-life structures and how those building components are used in different types of buildings. This class is for every young engineer and builder interested in hands-on building.

 

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN

Teacher: Angela Simpson

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $40

Description: Kids will make kid friendly items and learn basic kitchen skills they can use to help mom in the kitchen.  We will put together a cookbook of items made.

 

LET’S GET CREATIVE AND EXPERIMENT, TOO 

Teacher: Jodie Marsh 

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $30

Description: Who does not love art and experiments? This class will be a combination of both. We will get a little messy and have lots of fun. Some weeks we will craft, and others experiment. The children will help navigate our activities as we go along.

 

COMMUNITY HELPERS 

Teacher: Faith Patterson 

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 8

Cost: $15

Description: Who are our community helpers? We will be learning who they are and what they do to help us! We may even have some special visitors throughout the semester! Snacks and a drink will be provided. 

 

STORY ELEMENTS

Teacher: Jennifer Goodrum

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: Characters, setting, plot, and theme - we will be mapping these elements of children's books each week.

 

4th-6th

 

STRANGE MATTER 

Teacher: Amy Bonds

Grades: 4th-6th

Max: 20 

Min: 4

Cost: $25

Description: Become a material scientist, someone who studies "stuff". Just about everything you use every day - the shoes you wear, the dishes you eat on, the cd's you listen to, the bike you ride on - it's all made of "stuff". Understanding how that stuff is put together, how it can be used, how it can be changed and made better to do more amazing things, even creating completely new kinds of stuff, that's what material science is all about. Each week explore a new material including metals, ceramics, semiconductors, polymers, composites, and biomaterials with fun, exciting, hands-on, experiments.

 

BEGINNER BALLET 

Teacher:  Clara Burcham (assisted by Christy Burcham)

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 8

Min: 4

Cost: $30

Description: Girls will learn the fundamentals of classical ballet technique, class etiquette and ballet terms. We will also cover a brief history of ballet by watching fun and educational videos. Your girl will be provided with a basic outfit for class that will include ballet shoes (these are not pointe shoes), leotard, and tights. At the end of the semester we hope to present a brief showcase of what we have learned during the spring creation evening.  

 

BASIC MARTIAL ARTS AND SELF-DEFENSE 

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 12

Min:4

Cost: $10

Description: Students will learn basic martial arts skills and learn to use them to defend themselves. We will also discuss the importance of learning to walk away and/or talk their way out of a bad situation first and use self-defense as a last resort. 

 

LEARN MATH FAST BOOK ONE 

Teacher: Stephanie Kelly

Grade: 4TH-6TH

Max: 3

Min: 1

Cost: $10

Description: This class is from the Learn Math Fast books. It covers addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. If we get far enough it also covers US Standard measurements. A review if the books can be found at learnmathfastbooks.com. 

 

SCRAPBOOKING FUN 

Teacher: Kristy Morgan

Grade: 4th-6th 

Max: 15

Min: 2

Cost: $25

Description: We will spend 10 weeks making our own scrapbooks to take home at the end of the semester. Pictures are not required but are allowed. We will learn to use embellishments, cutters, stamps, and die cuts.  We will have good old-fashioned fun of doing it all by hand with no digital help!

 

5th-8th

 

JV CHEER 

Teacher: Rachel Young

Grade: 5th-8th RETURNING CHEERLEADERS ONLY

Cost: FREE

This class is our required practice time for JV cheerleaders.

 

7th-12th

 

I CAN DO ALL THINGS-PAINTING

Teacher: Amelia Davis

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 10 

Min: 2

Cost: $30

Description:  We will learn beginning painting skills such as primary and secondary colors, mixing color, and shadowing

with Barry Stebbing's curriculum. 

 

ELEMENTS OF FAITH 

Teacher: Kristen Lothenore

Grade: 7th – 12th

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: Elements of Faith is a Creation-based journey through the Periodic Table of Elements revealing how these atomic microscopic building blocks are more than just odds and ends. Each one is an opportunity to celebrate the power, wisdom, order, and ingenuity of our Creator. Each week, we will study approximately 2 elements learning about their discovery, history, properties, uses, interactions, and the spiritual truths behind them. We will perform experiments to see how these elements respond and interact with each other and their surroundings and end each class with a "Jeopardy" style question and answer session about the information we covered that day. 

 

BEGINNER’S KNITTING CLASS 

Teacher: Nora Collins 

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 7 

Min: 3

Cost: $40

Description: Students will learn basic techniques of knitting, such as casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch, yarn over, knit two together, increase, decrease and binding off.  We will complete a scarf and a dish cloth.  For the fast knitters, we will also work on a hat and possibly start a baby blanket!

 

9th-12th

 

CANVAS PAINTING FOR GIRLS 

Teacher: Sabrina Miller 

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 10

Cost: $35

Description: Tap into your creative side in this "paint party" style class that is just for girls. No artistic experience is needed. This class is designed to be enjoyed by all skill levels, from complete beginner to more advanced art students. With step-by-step instruction, you can't go wrong. We will also cover tips and tricks to adding a quote or verse to your paintings. Join us in a fun and relaxed atmosphere and see just how creative you can be! Completed canvases will be yours to take home and enjoy.

 

BASKETBALL 

Teacher: Valinda Williford

Grade: 9th-12th Boys Only

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: FREE

Description: Basketball is a great sport and fun whether you are new to it or ready for the NBA!!! Join us as we learn a few skills and get a little exercise.

 

TEEN BOY’S BIBLE STUDY

Teacher: Jamison Murabito

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: No cost, but Bible, notebook, and pen is required.

Description: This semester we will dive deep into the Bible, focusing on common teenage struggles and what the Bible has to say about them. We will also be reading through and discussing what we can do as teenagers to strengthen the body of Christ. This class is a boys-only class!

 

HOW TO DISSECT 

Teacher: Michal-Ann Spencer

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 20

Min: 10

Cost: $55

Description: This dissection class will give each student the opportunity to explore the anatomy of 9 different animals, including fetal pig, perch, star fish, crawfish, worm, cricket, clam and frog, while working with an assigned lab partner. Class cost includes all 9 specimens, all dissection tools and tray, safety glasses, apron, gloves and all materials to clean up. This is an excellent opportunity to get in those lab credits. To view specimens, you can visit Home Science Tools and look at the advanced dissecting kit.

 

 11th-12th

 

ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SERIES (2 semester class)

Teacher name: Bevin Wilder

Grade: 11th-12th RETURNING STUDENTS ONLY

Cost: Paid in full last semester

Description: We will be learning about the following this semester:

Take notes from both written and spoken sources using the Tree and Branch method 

Organize and write a college level paper 

Consider how to write for individual professors 

Document research using MLA citation methods 

Plan and implement proofreading a paper 

 

3RD PERIOD

 

PreK-K

 

AFRICAN SAFARI

Teacher: Mj Lambert

Grade: Pre-K-K 

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: Join me on an African safari! We'll learn about animals that live in Africa like elephants, giraffes, zebras, rhinos, cheetahs, and more! We'll do a craft each class on the animal we learned about that day! 

 

MAD SCIENCE LAB

Teacher: Allison Beene

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 10

Cost: $20

Description: This class will be a scaled-down-to-age version of the class I did for 1st-3rd grade last semester. Most of the projects we do will be from a book I bought on a trip to the Ark, "77 Science Activities for Illustrating Bible Lessons". Each child will take home a copy of the book at the end of the semester!

 

REPETITION ROUNDUP! 

Teacher: Amberly Glover

Grade: Pre-K-K

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $15

Description: Seasons, numbers, shapes and more! We will have fun learning the basics through repetition! Songs, games and dances will round out our classroom experience!  

 

FUN WITH PHONICS

Teacher: Faith Patterson

Grade: PreK-K

Max: 8

Cost: $15

Description: We will be working on letter recognition and sounds. As we progress, we will begin working on blends and sight word recognition. Snacks and a drink will be provided. 

 

SNACK AND PLAY

Teacher: Stacey Posey

Ages: PreK-K

Max: 10

Min: 3

Cost: $15

Description: This class will be a time for the littles to just let loose and have some free time.  Each week, one parent will be asked to bring drinks and snacks to share with the class (we will let everyone know of allergies).  When the kids come to class, we will have snack first and I'll read one of my favorite kid's books to them while they eat.  We will have toys out and art supplies for those that like to draw/cut/glue for the rest of class time.

 

1st-3rd

 

EXPERIENCING SCIENCE 

Teacher: Michal-Ann Spencer

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 20

Min: 10

Cost: $20

Description: Get ready for some fun science experiments as we explore astronomy, biology, chemistry,

earth science and dabble in physics. We will look at already dissected specimens and learn some fun facts about science. No sharp objects or dangerous liquids will be used in this class other than the liquids on the specimens.

 

LANDFORMS & COLLAGE ART 

Teacher name: Pennie Sloan

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $25

Description: Students will have fun learning about landforms while creating bright & colorful collage masterpieces! Students will see & study several photographs of each landform and will then practice their collage skills by painting, cutting, gluing, & glittering to create and illustrate each landform.  Students will then turn their landforms into habitats by adding an animal or animals to each.  The landforms we will study include mountains, hills, valleys, lakes, rivers, deltas, oceans, peninsulas, islands, plains, deserts, dunes, plateaus, glaciers, volcanos, & more (time permitting). By the end of our 10 weeks together the students will have created a keepsake folder full of landforms & information about each.  Students will also get to take home their own waterproof art smock & some art supplies at the end of our 10 weeks together. 

 

EXPERIENCE EXPERIMENTS 

Teacher: Shannon Pannell

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: Our little scientists will be "gushing" with excitement as we explore a new experiment each week. A few of our adventures will include making a volcano, learning why Mentos and diet soda explode, and turning milk into plastic.

 

EVERYDAY MATH FUN

Teacher: Sarah Smith

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 8

Min: 2

Cost: $20

Description: We will explore various aspects of math through fun games and exciting activities. We will not only learn how to work with math, but also discover the importance of these skills to our everyday life. We will play number games, learn about time by making our own calendars, practice counting and using money, use our measuring skills in contests and construction, and more. Students taking this class should already have a basic understanding of numbers, counting, addition, and subtraction.

 

SHOW AND TELL

Teacher: Angeli Rickard

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: FREE

Description: Do you enjoy sharing your interests with others? Do you like to listen to other students talk about things they find special or interesting? Each week students will bring an item to class and tell about what they brought. This will give students a chance to share their interests in a fun and encouraging environment. 

 

4th-6th

 

COOKING BASICS

Teacher: Angela Simpson

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $40

Description: We will learn basic cooking and baking techniques and tips. We will cook several appetizers, cookies and more. We will put together a cookbook of items made.

 

THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA

Teacher: Kristi Murabito

Grade: 4th-6th 

Max: 18 

Min: 6

Cost: $12

Description: We will continue our travels through Narnia by reading Prince Caspian and The Sliver Chair. We will cover a wide variety of subjects to enhance our literature study. This class is for previous Narnia students that would like to continue this study. If you already have these two books, there will be no cost.

STATES AND CAPITALS

Teacher: Laura McCoy

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 20

Min: 5

Cost: $10 for new students - $0 for students who retake this class from last semester 

Description: We will learn all 50 states and capitols, using fun and helpful tools such as songs, coloring sheets, puzzles and such.  We attempted this last semester using a curriculum I was unfamiliar with, without much success.  Any who wish to retake the class can do so at no cost.  I think this method will prove much more helpful. 

 

BEGINNING VIOLIN

Student Teacher: Morgan Ashe

Parent Supervisor: Megan Ashe 

Grade: 4th-6th RETURNING STUDENTS ONLY

Max: 8

Min: 3

Cost: $50 unless student has his/her own violin

Description: Morgan is an excellent violinist with a talent for teaching. We will provide the violins for your student to use in class as well as to take home and practice. Your student will be taught the basics and will also be capable of playing a song for spring creation night. We look forward to working with your student. 

 

DISCOVERING EARTH SCIENCE LAB

Teacher: Stephanie Simpson

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: Do you have a budding geologist? Is your child asking you "What kind of rock is this?" all the time? Well in this class we will learn about the types of rocks and minerals, how to identify and classify them, explore real fossils, make volcanoes and crystals, crack geode, and many more hands-on experiments and projects to help kids understand the earth around them.      

 

7th-12th

ELEMENTS OF FAITH 

Teacher: Kristen Lothenore

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: Elements of Faith is a Creation-based journey through the Periodic Table of Elements revealing how these atomic microscopic building blocks are more than just odds and ends. Each one is an opportunity to celebrate the power, wisdom, order, and ingenuity of our Creator. Each week, we will study approximately 2 elements learning about their discovery, history, properties, uses, interactions, and the spiritual truths behind them. We will perform experiments to see how these elements respond and interact with each other and their surroundings and end each class with a "Jeopardy" style question and answer session about the information we covered that day. 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL 2 

Teacher: Cathryn Heath

Grade: 7th-12th

Cost: $15

Description: This is a continuation of last semester for girls interested in possibly forming a team. However, any girl interested in the game may take the class and we will split into groups as needed. The focus will be more on rules of the game and being ready physically to play a game. As always, an emphasis will be on sportsmanship and effort. 

 

SCRAPBOOKING FUN 

Teacher: Kristy Morgan

Grade: 7th-12th 

Max: 15

Min: 2

Cost: $25

Description: We will spend 10 weeks making our own scrapbooks to take home at the end of the semester. Pictures are not required but are allowed. We will learn to use embellishments, cutters, stamps, and die cuts.  We will have good old-fashioned fun of doing it all by hand with no digital help!

 

CHESS

Student: Le Roy Carman 

Grade: 7th-12th 

Max: 12

Cost: $12

Description: This is a class designed around chess. I shall start with teaching the basics (for those that need it). For ones that have experience in the field, I will teach the many tricks of playing chess and the common tactics that Grand Masters of the sport use in their day-to-day game. I strive for each student to not only learn how to play the game and to improve on one’s tactics but also to enjoy the game like I have after all these years!!!

 

AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE 

Teacher: Mike Posey

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 25

Min: 4

Cost: $15

Description:  Mr. Mike has taught this classes a few times in the past, and he loves to teach kids all about cars!  He is a member of Eagle, has a shop here in Booneville and is an ASE Master Certified Technician. He will teach all the basics of taking care of a car or truck and will also spend some time on how an engine works. We will be outside some days.  

 

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MATH HELP FOR THE ACT

Teacher: Alisha McCarter

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: $15

Description: If you are struggling to raise your ACT math score, this class may be for you. Please note that this class is not intended to teach high school math courses, but rather reinforce and help strengthen needed math skills. Students will begin by taking a sample ACT math test, see where help is needed, and focus on those needed skills. (I will not share the scores with anyone.) We will cover as much material as possible during these ten weeks. Please do not be embarrassed to take this course. My heart is to help students gain a better understanding of sometimes difficult or confusing concepts. My prayer is that by the end of the course, a second ACT math test will show some improvement. Remember… Rome wasn’t built in a day, but you can improve your scores one step at a time!!!

 

LEARN MATH FAST BOOK ONE 

Teacher: Stephanie Kelly

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 3

Min:1

Cost: $10.00

Description: This class is for anyone who needs a review of the basics or is struggling with learning math. This class is from the Learn Math Fast books. It covers addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. If we get far enough it also covers US Standard measurements. A review if the books can be found at learnmathfastbooks.com.