2019 Fall Enrichment Class Listing

Updated  8/2/19

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2019 Fall Enrichment Classes
Classes offered during the three periods of the fall semester of 2019-2020 school year. Deadline for membership to qualify to enroll is August 15, 2019. Registration (sign-ups) for classes will be held on August 27, 2019.
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2019 EAGLE FALL ENRICHMENT (CO-OP) CLASSES

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1STPERIOD (11:00-12:00)

 

NURSERY

 

NURSERY

Ages: 6 weeks-2 y/o

Cost: Free

Description: Nursery is provided for only teacher’s and assistant’s children during the class period that they teach/assist only. Parents please provide everything your child will need, i.e. diapers, wipes, bottles, snacks, sippy cups, etc. Also, please make sure your child’s supplies, such as bottles and sippy cups are labeled with his/her name. 

 

PreK/K (3 y/o-K)

 

STORYTIME WITH CRAFTS

Teacher: Alisha McCarter

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $15

Description: Come enjoy some classic children’s stories as basic principles such as kindness, obedience, and hard work are reiterated. A few of the stories we will explore areThe Poky Little Puppy, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Little Red Hen, and more. A simple craft will follow each story. Occasionally, a song or game may be included as well. The goal of this class is to help cultivate a love for reading while reinforcing good character traits. Each child will be given a Little Golden Bookto take home at the end of the semester.

 

SIGN WITH ME 

Teacher: Rachel Young

Grade: Pre-K/K

Max: 15

Min: 4

Cost: $15

Description: Beginning with the alphabet and building from there, your little ones will learn the basics of American Sign Language.  Each class we will work on the foundations of this second language with crafts and games that reinforce the alphabet, animals, emotions, and other subjects that we’ll learn.

 

MATH CLASS     

Teacher: Valerie McDonald 

Grade: Pre-K/K

Max: 8

Min:4

Cost: $20

Description: Numbers, patterns, shapes, and more! In this class, we will have fun making patterns with a variety of items, will be looking at the shapes all around us, and of course, learning about numbers. We will be making crafts, singing songs, and even using food to learn more about math during the semester. While math will be our focus, through some of the activities, your child will get small motor skills practice, too! 

 

1ST-3RD

 

HOOP TIME 

Teacher: Ginger Turner

Grade: 1st-3rd(Boys & Girls)

Max: 12

Min: 5

Cost: $20

Description: Boys and girls will learn very basic rules of the game of basketball, terms and phrases, ball handling skills, coordination drills/exercises, and some simple games. At the end of the semester, each participant will have a basketball to take home.

 

DANGER RANGERS 

Teacher: Stacey Posey

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 15

Min: 4

Cost: $30

Description:  Let's learn all about being safe this semester at EAGLE!  Our kids will become Official Danger Rangers, complete with capes and masks, as they participate in several weeks of fun superhero training.  Each week we will discuss and learn about a specific way to be safer, such as with tobacco, vaping, water, fire, strangers, at home, and much more.  Visits from policemen and the fire department with their fire truck are planned as well.  I will give some more sensitive topic info to parents in case they want to discuss those important things more privately.  Each child will receive a cape and mask to wear every week.  Please write down the color cape your child wants when signing them up.

 

THE MAD SLIME MAKER 

Teacher: Magan Bostick

Grade: 1st-3rd 

Max: 8 

Min: 2

Cost: $20

Description: Join The Mad Slime Maker every week to make a new texture of ooey gooey slime! We will learn how to make all versions of slime, with just a few being classic, fluffy, stretchy, galactic, and sparkly. We will work with “ad-ins” such as jellies, crystals, and bugs! You will take home your creation every week. At the end of the 10 weeks you will take home a slime book. It will consist of each recipe we make to create your own at home! 

 

CRAZY CRAFTY KIDS

Teacher: Angela Simpson 

Grade: 1st-3rd

Min: 4

Max: 15 

Cost: $40

Description: We will be doing arts and crafts that will allow kids to use their imagination and grow their creativity. 

 

4TH-6TH

 

BASIC MARTIAL ARTS AND SELF DEFENSE 

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: In this class, I will teach the basic skills of martial arts for personal self-defense. I will incorporate some discussion of how to try and de-escalate a situation first and using physical self-defense as a last resort.

 

COOKING AND CHEMISTRY 

Teacher: Angeli Rickard

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Min: 2 

Cost: $28

Description: Let’s cook up some tasty foods while learning the science behind it. Basically, this means you will be eating your science experiments! Some things we will make are sugar glass, cookies, sourdough starters, bread and more. 

 

MAKE A SKIRT!

Teacher: Allison Beene

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 6

Cost: $30

Description:  In this class we will learn the basics of making your own clothes!  This class will be easier for your child if she has a "little" experience with basic sewing, but it is not required.  I plan to make 2-3 different style skirts depending on how quickly we pick up on it!

 

LEARN YOUR STATES AND CAPITALS

Teacher: Stephanie Simpson

Grade: 4th-6th 

Max: 15

Min: 2

Cost: $18

Description: Want a fun way to learn your states and capitals? We will be using 'Trick Geography: USA' which uses fun ways to remember the names and shapes of the states and their capitals. We will play games and do activities to make remembering it more enjoyable. The cost of the class includes a student workbook that will hold all their work. It will be a great keepsake and tool for review to take home the last week of class. 

 

7TH-12TH

 

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 doing it all by hand with no digital help!

 

I CAN DO ALL THINGS BY BARRY STEBBING

Teacher: Amelia Davis

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 10

Min: 2

Cost: $30

Description:  We will be working with paint and learning control, technique, primary and secondary colors, shadowing and mixing of color.  The student will receive paint brushes and paint to keep. 

 

INTRODUCTION TO BEEKEEPING 

Teacher: Cathi Heath

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 15 

Cost: $35

Description: Students will learn parts of the beehive, installing and maintaining bees, and participate in building hives. We will learn about pests and pros/cons of beekeeping. No live bees will be a part of this class.

 

ECONOMICS FOR EVERYBODY 

Teacher: Amy Claunch

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 16

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: This DVD series by Compass Classroom is “an insightful and entertaining exploration of the principles, practices, and consequences of economics. Thoroughly unconventional, it links entrepreneurship with lemonade, cartoons with markets, and Charlie Chaplin with supply and demand. It’s funny, clever, profound and instructive all in one place. This series:

*Shows how economic freedom is directly related to religious freedom;

*Examines the roles of trade, markets, money, and entrepreneurship;

*Explores the differences between socialism, interventionism, and free markets;

*Explains how stewardship is at the heart of a healthy economic system;

*Includes a complete study guide with discussion questions, short answer, and recommended additional reading.”

We will be watching the educational but entertaining DVDs each week and having discussion afterward by going through the study guide.

+If you desire to take this for high school credit, it is recommended pairing it with the Compass Classroom’s economics textbook, Basic Economics.

 

9TH-12TH

 

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

Teacher: Heather Underwood

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost $60 for 2 semesters (Cost covers student workbook and materials for both fall and spring semesters)

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!

 

11th-12th

 

ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SERIES (2 semester class) 

Teacher: Bevin Wilder

Grade: 11th-12th

Max: 12    

Min: 4      

Cost: $40 (covers both semesters)

Description: This Institute for Excellence in Writing class is for upper-level high school students whoare very comfortable writing essays using the basic essay model and have some experience conducting research for writing with documentation. This is not a beginning writing class, but more of a college prep class. By the end of this course a student should be able to:

*Understand the difference between a traditional thesis statement and a persuasive statement 

*Write a persuasive essay 

*Present a persuasive speech 

*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 

 

2NDPERIOD (12:00-1:00)

 

NURSERY

 

NURSERY

Ages: 6 weeks-2 y/o

Cost: Free

Description: Nursery is provided for only teacher’s and assistant’s children during the class period that they teach/assist only. Parents please provide everything your child will need, i.e. diapers, wipes, bottles, snacks, sippy cups, etc. Also, please make sure your child’s supplies, such as bottles and sippy cups are labeled with his/her name.

 

PREK/K (3 y/o-K)

 

LITTLE BUILDERS

Teacher: Branden and Aaron Haumesser

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 15

Min: 6

Cost: $15

Description: During each class we will learn about building equipment and construction basics. We will have snacks, activities, songs, books, and games. We will learn about numbers and the alphabet along the way.

 

LITTLE PEOPLE PLAYTIME 

Teacher: Beverly Tedford

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 10

Cost: $10

Description: In this class, we will be playing indoor games and taking trips to the playground. We also will have circle time and story time. Snacks will be provided.

 

KINDERGARTEN MATH LEGO

Teacher: Jennifer Goodrum    

Grade: Kindergarten

Max: 6

Min: 2

Cost:  $20 

Description: Does your kindergartner love legos?  This class may be for them.  We will work on basic math skills using legos including counting, reading numbers, number words, patterns, simple adding, and shapes.  At the end of each lesson, kiddos will be allowed a free time to play with their set.  Cost includes a ModFamily Brick Case with 50 bricks which they get to keep at the end of the semester. 

 

1ST-3RD

 

SWEETS, TREATS, AND CRAFTS 

Teacher: Jodie Marsh

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Cost: $30

Description: We will take on a different adventure each week. Starting with a story time that will lead us into a creative adventure. We will design cupcakes, cookies, aprons, and many surprises along the way. Come ready to get a little messy and have lots of fun.

 

SHOW & TELL

Teacher: Karla Massengill

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10 

Min: 4

Cost: FREE

Description: Introduction to public speaking for kids. The first week we will just introduce ourselves (no item necessary). Do NOT discuss family yet. From there, we will have a different theme each week such as, “My Pet,” “Favorite Pastime,” “My Family,” etc. Different items can be brought in like pictures or toys. I want to use this class to encourage kids to be comfortable talking to a group by using some of their favorite subjects. We will not be having snacks.

 

THE MAD SLIME MAKER 

Teacher: Magan Bostick

Grade: 1st-3rd 

Max: 8 

Min: 2

Cost $20

Description: Join The Mad Slime Maker every week to make a new texture of ooey gooey slime! We will learn how to make all versions of slime, with just a few being classic, fluffy, stretchy, galactic, and sparkly. We will work with “ad-ins” such as jellies, crystals, and bugs! You will take home your creation every week. At the end of the 10 weeks you will take home a slime book. It will consist of each recipe we make to create your own at home! 

 

PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN

Teacher: Valerie McDonald 

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $20

Description: Join in as we learn about the history of our flag, the signing of the Constitution, why we celebrate Thanksgiving, and other reasons why we should be proud to be an American! We will learn songs and poems, make crafts, play games, and more! 

 

4TH-6TH

 

P.E. 

Teacher: Valinda Williford

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 16

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: A little physical activity is good for all! This class will be lots of games that are filled with movement. Please dress appropriately in tennis shoes and active wear. We may go outside some days weather permitting.

 

LEGO MACHINES

Teacher: Shannon Pannell

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10 

Min: 5

Cost: $20

Description: Each week we will study about and build a simple machine out of Legos, such as a lever, a pulley and even a balloon powered car! In our final week, we will combine the machines into one large Rube Goldberg machine that will perform a single task. Get ready to combine the laws of physics with a little imagination and a whole bunch of Lego fun! *Lego sets will be provided*

 

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 doing it all by hand with no digital help!

 

MEASURING UP

Teacher: Elizabeth West 

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: We will learn how to measure lengths, liquids, and weights. We will also measure time on analog and digital clocks. We will learn about measuring money by making correct change in a pretend store. For bonus fun, we will practice our multiplication facts!

 

7th-12th

 

EAGLE LEGISLATION 

Student Teacher: Jamison Murabito 

Parent Supervisor: Kristi Murabito

Grades: 7th-12th

Max: 20

Min: 8

Cost: FREE

Description: In this class 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. 

 

SEW FOR YOUR ROOM

Teacher: Allison Beene

Grade:  7th-12th

Max: 6

Cost: $45

Description:  This class will allow your child to personalize their room!  The focal point that we will start with is a strip style rag quilt for their bed.  From there we will move on to matching pillowcases, throw pillows, & whatever other accessories time allows for. 

 

BASIC MARTIAL ARTS AND SELF DEFENSE 

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: In this class, I will teach the basic skills of martial arts for personal self-defense. I will incorporate some discussion of how to try and de-escalate a situation first and using physical self-defense as a last resort.

 

CHESS

Student Teacher: 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!!! 

 

DYNAMIC FIRST AID AND TRAUMA CARE 

Teachers: Kristen Lothenore, RN and Luke Lothenore, RN, BSN, CCRN, NREMT-B (flight nurse)

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 30 (Parents welcome to sign up after all student spots are filled) 

Min: 10

Cost: $15

Description: In this course, students will learn how to provide assistance in times of medical crisis by recognizing and handling moderate to severe injuries/accidents. Licensed instructors will be using realistic trauma simulations to teach skills such as bleeding control and wound packing. In addition, more skills such as applying splints, using improvised and commercially available tourniquets, and CPR will be taught. Each student will receive a First Aid manual covering these skills and many more. This course is for educational purposes only and NO certifications will be provided. With trauma and critical care certifications in PALS, ACLS, TNCC, and PHTLS, Luke is well equipped with the knowledge needed to teach your child how to respond efficiently and effectively in medical emergency situations and will be assisting in and instructing several of the classes.

 

3RDPERIOD (1:00-2:00)

 

NURSERY

 

NURSERY

Ages: 6 weeks-2 y/o

Cost: Free

Description: Nursery is provided for only teacher’s and assistant’s children during the class period that they teach/assist only. Parents please provide everything your child will need, i.e. diapers, wipes, bottles, snacks, sippy cups, etc. Also, please make sure your child’s supplies, such as bottles and sippy cups are labeled with his/her name.

 

PREK/K (3 y/o-K)

 

LET’S BUILD 

Teacher: Andrea Martindale

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 8

Cost: $30

Descriptions: Lots to learn from building! Practice reasoning and listening skills each week as we read a story and then complete a building project. The cost includes a set of blocks that will be yours to keep. Let's start building!

 

MATH READINESS SKILLS

Teacher: Alisha McCarter

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 10

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: One, two, three…circle, rectangle, square…these are just a few of the basic math concepts we will cover. Smallest and largest, first and last, patterns, and sequence will also be explored. According to the maturity of the students involved, more advanced math skills may be incorporated such as money and time. A snack will be provided each week to help reinforce the lesson presented.

 

AROUND THE FARM

Teacher: Branden and Aaron Haumesser

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 15

Min: 6

Cost: $15

Description: During each class we will learn about the animals and equipment used on a farm. We will have snacks, activities, songs, books, and games that go along with what we learn each day.

 

1ST-3RD

 

YOUNG ENGINEERS

Teacher: Amy Claunch

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $25

Description: Do you like to make things? Dream up gadgets? Be creative and invent things? Then you might just be a young engineer, and you might just enjoy this class. Join me to learn about the four main branches of engineering and to get your brain and hands involved in some kid-friendly engineering projects, such as making a simple car, a suspension bridge, a catapult, a gumdrop structure able to carry the load of a heavy textbook, a truss bridge, and other fun engineering projects. We may have a truss engineer (my husband) come to help with a few of our classes 😊! We will ask, imagine, plan, create, and look for ways to improve our inventions. Engineering is not a thing. It’s a process, and that’s why its fun! 

 

PASTEL & S.T.E.M. POETRY

Teacher: Pennie Sloan

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 16

Min: 4

Cost: $10

Description: Students will partake in a variety of art projects & S.T.E.M. creations to inspire their poetic genius. Each week, students will build or illustrate something related to our theme of the week & then write a poem about what they have created. Themes include art, S.T.E.M., seasons, nature, animals, space, bible characters, & more! Types of poetry include acrostic, tanka, cinquain, diamante & more. We will also cover a variety of reading, language, & writing skills. By the end of the class, students will have a beautiful collection of their art creations & poetry writings.

 

MAD SCIENCE LAB!

Teacher: Allison Beene

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 12

Cost: $25

Description:  Does your kid love science projects but you hate the mess??  How about a class where they learn through new hands-on projects each week & somebody else cleans up the mess?!  We will do some of everything from projects to eat to projects that make a mess!

 

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 doing it all by hand with no digital help!

 

4TH-6TH

 

BEGINNING VIOLIN

Student Teacher: Morgan Ashe

Parent Supervisor: Megan Ashe 

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 8

Min: 3

Cost: $50

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 fall creation night. We look forward to working with your student. 

 

THE TORCHLIGHTERS: HEROES OF THE FAITH 

Teacher:  Christy Burcham

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Cost: $15

Description: “The Torchlightersis an ongoing series of animated programs with strong values and educational content for youth ages 8-12.  EachTorchlighters episode presents the story of a true-life hero from Christian history.  Kids will see what God can do through a "Torchlighter" and will be challenged to carry their own torch while learning about the history of our faith." This class will include a 30-minute DVD episode on the featured historical figure as well as student handouts that will include comprehension and discussion questions, puzzles, activities, coloring, and more. Torchlighters we will be covering will include William Tyndale, Eric Liddell, Perpetua, Martin Luther, Samuel Morris, Richard Wurmbrand, Corrie ten Boom, and Adoniram Judson. "This adventure series for ages 8-12 uses top-quality animation to portray the true stories of real-life heroes from Christian history who faced danger and trials to carry a flame of faith into a dark world." Come learn and be challenged!   

 

THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA 

Teacher: Kristi Murabito

Grades: 4th-6th

Max: 18

Min: 6

Cost: $12 

Description: In this class we will be traveling through Narnia by reading the first two books in the series. Each student will need to read one chapter per day, four days a week. We will be covering a wide variety of subjects such as history, science, geography, art, and maybe even a little fun creative writing. Each week will be something different.  Some of these weeks will be hands-on projects. And we will end our study with a feast that could only happen in Narnia. The cost will be for the two books, The Magician’s Nephew and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. If you already own these two books, then there will be no cost. 

 

EXPLORING AREA AND PERIMETER

Teacher: Jennifer Goodrum

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 10

Min: 3

Cost: $20

Description:  This class will have hands on activities that will provide 4th-6th graders practice measuring and finding area and perimeter of various shapes.

 

5TH-8TH

 

JV CHEER 

Teacher: Rachel Young

Grade: 5th-8th

Min/Max: (previously signed up)

Cost: $10

*If your daughter has already signed up for JV Cheer, this is their class/practice time.*  In this class we’ll review the skills we learned at camp and work toward pep rallies and games.  We’ll be using our time to perfect our jumps, motions, building, and chants/cheers, as well as work on routines for game halftimes.  Note: this is the first semester of a 2-semester class.

 

6TH-12TH

 

FLAG FOOTBALL CLASS

Teacher: Bro. Donald Sculley

Grade: 6th-12thBoys

Max: None 

Min: 10

Cost: $10

Description: This class is open for all boys 6th-12thgrade whether on the football team or not. There will be physical conditioning and football instruction. Everyone will need a mouthpiece. Cleats or tennis shoes are fine, but no metal cleats.

 

7TH-12TH

 

COOKING BASICS 

Teacher: Angela Simpson 

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 10

Min: 5

Cost: $40

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

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL 

Teacher: Cathi Heath

Grade 7th-12th

Max: 15 

Cost: $15.00

Description: This class will focus on fundamental basketball skills including passing, dribbling, and shooting. There will be team play at the end of each class.

 

DYNAMIC FIRST AID AND TRAUMA CARE 

Teachers: Kristen Lothenore, RN and Luke Lothenore, RN, BSN, CCRN, NREMT-B (flight nurse)

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 30 (Parents welcome to sign up after all student spots are filled) 

Min: 10

Cost: $15

Description: In this course, students will learn how to provide assistance in times of medical crisis by recognizing and handling moderate to severe injuries/accidents. Licensed instructors will be using realistic trauma simulations to teach skills such as bleeding control and wound packing. In addition, more skills such as applying splints, using improvised and commercially available tourniquets, and CPR will be taught. Each student will receive a First Aid manual covering these skills and many more. This course is for educational purposes only and NO certifications will be provided. With trauma and critical care certifications in PALS, ACLS, TNCC, and PHTLS, Luke is well equipped with the knowledge needed to teach your child how to respond efficiently and effectively in medical emergency situations and will be assisting in and instructing several of the classes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·       Please note that we will not be doing any sports team sign ups at enrichment class sign ups this year. Please follow the instructions in Eagle emails regarding football and JV and Varsity volleyball team signups.