Our Class List for Fall 2022 is here!!! Check below to see what exciting opportunities your child might be able to take!

 

CLASS SIGN-UP DAY is Tuesday, August 30.

TEACHERS ONLY sign up @ 9:00 a.m. in the gym 

Everyone else signs up @ 1:30 p.m. in the gym 

We will be having an important informational meeting for anyone who is new to classes or still feels new to classes @ 12:30 p.m. in the cafeteria prior to the 1:30 sign-ups. 

There will be no childcare during class sign-ups. You are more than welcome to bring your children, but if you can make other arrangements, that would probably be beneficial to you. 

  

There are 4 class periods. Each student may take any 3 out of the 4 periods, so each student may take up to 3 classes.  

  

You must be a member of Eagle for the 2022/23 school year by August 18, 2022, to be able sign up for Fall classes. 

Every family must volunteer in some way on Tuesdays for their child/children to be able to take classes. Volunteer opportunities will be discussed at class sign-ups. You will be expected to sign up for a volunteer position that day before finishing class registration.  

 

First day of classes will be Tuesday, September 13, and last day of classes will be November 15.

 

Completed Eagle Membership is required before class registration can be submitted.

2022 Fall Semester Enrichment Class Listing

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EAGLE HOME SCHOOL

2022 Fall Class Descriptions

8.17.22 UPDATE

 

1st Period (11:00-12:00)

PreK/K (3 y/o-K - Child must be potty trained to take classes.)

CRAFTING THROUGH CREATION 

Teacher: Sommer Ainsworth 

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 8

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: We will learn what happened each day of   Creation! We will have a craft and snack each week that goes along with that day! 

 

DOWN ON THE FARM

Teacher: Tori Cromeans

Grade: Pre-K/K

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $5

Description: Let’s get down on the farm with furry farm friends. Throughout our 10 weeks we will be introduced to real farm life. From rabbits to pigs and everything in between, we will practice letters and letter sounds that go with each animal. Then we will have hands on petting time!

 

1st-3rd Grade 

 

BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS 

Teacher: Faith Patterson

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $20

Description: We will be learning the basics of basketball and getting some fun exercise. The price is to pay for youth sized basketballs and scrimmage jerseys.

 

NUMBER NINJA

Teacher: Kimi Powell

Grade: 1st-3rd  

Max: 15

Cost: $15 

Description: We will learn all about math. Lessons, games, activities, and worksheets that will go over graphs, fractions, money, and shapes.

 

4th-6th Grade

 

BEGINNING MARTIAL ARTS

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 12  

Min: 4 

Cost: $5  

Description: We will cover the very beginning stages/skills of martial arts. We will also discuss the importance of using contact self-defense as a last resort. It’s more important to get away.

 

MISSION GEOGRAPHY

Teacher: Jeni Carmichael 

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Min: None

Cost: $15

Description: Learn how God used extraordinary people of faith and the places where they impacted lives for Christ. We will learn about different missionaries such as Amy Carmichael, Hudson Taylor, and Elizabeth Elliot, etc. while we study the countries in which they served! Map work, crafts, stories and more will make up our class time! 

 

BALLET TECHNIQUE 
Teacher: Christy Russell
Grade: 4th-6th 
Max: 10
Cost: $10
Description: We will learn basic ballet technique and barre exercises.  We will learn each position and definition of ballet terms. We will also learn the history of ballet and different schools of ballet. Students will need to wear non-restrictive clothing. If they have ballet shoes, they may wear those. This will be for beginner and experienced dancers.

 

7th-8th Grade

 

THE LOGIC DETECTIVES 

Teacher: Amanda Lambert

Grade: 7th-8th

Max: 15

Cost: $5

Description: Students will work as science detectives to work on “thinking outside the box” to solve crime mysteries and scientific game adventures. We will learn introductory forensic skills to help build logic and reasoning skills as we dive into our work as “science detectives”.

 

7th-12th Grade

 

CIVICS

Teacher: Tiffany King

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 20

Min: None

Cost: $10.00

Description: Did you know that 60 percent of Americans can't pass the U.S. citizenship test? In this class we will cover the 100 questions on the citizenship test.  We will learn these questions in fun ways each week. At the end of the semester the naturalization test will be given to see how we compare. This class will teach us how all 3 branches of government work together and separately. Students will need: something to hold their notes and questions in each week, something to write with, and be ready to participate. 

 

WHAT IS A CHOIR?
Teacher: Brandy Petty
Grade: 7th-12th

Max: None
Min: 3
Cost: $5
Description: This year for choir were going to learn how we can each sing together as a group. Ill break it all down and we will start with learning first what is a choir? Ill teach you how to listen and find your own voice. You will have so much fun learning new songs each week. 

 

 

 

 

9th-12th Grade

 

COFFEE CULTURE

Teacher: Kinch Posey with Stacey Posey

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 16

Min: 4

Cost: $30

Description: Each week we will taste coffees from around the world using a variety of brew methods.  We'll talk about the history and science of coffee along with how to make it.  Most of all we'll be sitting in a room, enjoying sipping on some bean juice and random small talk.

 

MICROBIOLOGY AND YOUR HEALTH

Teacher: Kristen Lothenore

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 16

Cost: $15

Description: In this course, we will explore the world of microbes, viruses, and bacteria and how these affect our health, bodies, and environment. We will do experiments using petri dishes, microscopes, staining methods, and more. We will also have fun testing various products and their effectiveness on killing off bad bacteria and viruses in our environment. 

 

 

2nd Period (12:00-1:00)

 

PreK/K (3 y/o-K - Child must be potty trained to take classes.)

 

IMAGINATION ADVENTURES 

Teacher: Beverly Tedford

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 10

Min: 3

Cost: $10

Description: We will use our imagination through story time, indoor play, and occasional outdoor play, as we learn to interact with each other.

 

LUNCH TIME!  ART TIME!

Teacher:  Stacey Posey

Grade:  PreK/K

Max:  8

Min:  3

Cost: $35

Description: No step-by-step art lessons here! No way! This hour will be for our little ones to come in and have more of an art “lab” time. I will start them all on the same project and then let their creativity flow, staying close to help them. They can have fun picking and choosing their colors and supplies. And we won’t rush them a bit. There will definitely be works of art produced that you will want to hang on your walls, too! Pack your sweetie a lunch or snack and drink because Tuesday classes can make all of us get the munchies, and this class will be a great time to sneak in a snack between brushstrokes. You’ll also need to bring a smock or big old t-shirt to wear and leave in the classroom the entire semester because every week we will be using paint. 

 

WHO ARE THE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?

Teacher: Kimi Powell 

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 20

Min: 5

Cost: $5

Description: Each week students will learn about various people who make the local community go round. We will also read a book about each career and color a worksheet. Ex: Firefighters, Police Officers, Pastor 

 

1st-3rd Grade

 

CRAZY KID CONCOCTIONS

Teacher: Megan Ashe 

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 15

Cost: $30

Description: Art meets science in this hands-on class. Students will concoct fun art supplies like paint, dough, paste, etc. Once the supplies are made, the students will use them for various projects.

 

STORYTIME FUN

Teacher: Shannon Pannell

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: Let's have fun with reading!  Every week we'll read a story together, then do an activity, craft or science project that goes with the story.  (We will be doing a no bake recipe one week, so let me know about any allergies.)

 

BALLET TECHNIQUE 
Teacher: Christy Russell
Grades: 1st-3rd 
Max: 10
Cost: $10
Description: We will learn basic ballet technique and barre exercises. We will learn each position and definition of ballet terms.  We will also learn the history of ballet and different schools of ballet. Students will need to wear non-restrictive clothing. If they have ballet shoes, they may wear those. This will be for beginner and experienced dancers.

 

4th-6th Grade 

 

ADVANCED MARTIAL ARTS SKILLS

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 4th-6th (For Returning Students)

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $5

Description: Class will cover slightly more advanced skills in martial arts for their level and reiterate self-defense as a last resort. 

 

AROUND THE WORLD IN 10 WEEKS!

Teacher: Allison Beene

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Cost: $20

Description: Each week we will learn about a different country & culture.  We will discuss the culture, the people, interesting facts about the country, & then make a craft or try a food from the country!  It will be a fun-filled class with lots of different places to visit!

 

GOD’S AMAZING CREATION – INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY 

Teacher: Carrie Emerson 

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Min:4

Cost: $25

Description: This class will explore God's amazing creation through an introduction to biology. We will begin by defining biology and an account of creation. We will spend time outside doing nature sketches. We will investigate biology topics to include but not limited to the kingdoms of living things, classifications, DNA & simple genetics, animal and plant cells, the human body systems, ecology, and identification of trees, flowers, and insects. This will be accomplished through multiple methods like memorization, hands-on activities, experiments, nature sketches, and recording information. Each student will receive a nature sketch journal. 

 

7th-8th Grade

 

MICROBIOLOGY AND YOUR HEALTH

Teacher: Kristen Lothenore

Grade: 7th-8th

Max: 16

Cost: $15

Description: In this course, we will explore the world of microbes, viruses, and bacteria and how these affect our health, bodies, and environment. We will do experiments using petri dishes, microscopes, staining methods, and more. We will also have fun testing various products and their effectiveness on killing off bad bacteria and viruses in our environment. 

 

7th-12th Grade

 

CHESS
Teacher: Caleb Sheets
Grade: 7th-12th 
Max: 18

Min: 6
Cost: $5
Description: Get to know the very basics of chess and some tactics that you will use in nearly every game. This class is aimed at beginners to teach them core concepts. The main focus will be on playing the game of chess, making mistakes, and learning from those mistakes!

 

 

9th-12th

 

CLASSIC GYM CLASS

Teacher: Angie Rickard 

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 30

Min: None  

Cost: $5

Description: This is going to be a regular gym class. You will be required to wear appropriate gym clothing and tennis shoes (following Eagle dress code). You can use the locker rooms to change. We will have a warm-up time, then an activity. We will do things like dodge ball, basketball, volleyball, fitness testing, and maybe even square dancing!

 

PSYCH WORLD 

Teacher: Amanda Lambert

Grade: 9th-12th

Max: 15

Cost: $10

Description: Journey to the mind with Psych World. This class is designed to help those students who want to further their understanding of psychology or who plan to pursue a career in the field of psychology. We will explore the basic foundations of psychology with a Christian perspective. We will look at the Christian worldview with understanding the meaning of psychology, the basics of the brain and nervous system, sensation and perception, human development, personality, and research methods. We will incorporate different learning activities to help in this journey. 

 

 

 

3rd Period (1:00-2:00)

 

PreK/K (3 y/o-K - Child must be potty trained to take classes.)

 

ANIMAL LIFE CYCLES AND HABITATS

Teacher: Rachael King

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $20

Description: What do tadpoles eat? Does the mommy break her eggs when she sits on them? What does an ant house look like under the ground? We will learn about insects/animals and where they live!  

 

WIGGLE BREAK

Teacher: Addy Devers 

Grade: PreK/K

Cost: $10

Max: 12

Description: Here’s a 100% unstructured class for the little ones to just get to freely play with their Eagle friends.  The cost will go to purchase some playdough since we have toys for the room from last semester. Please send your child with a snack or lunch and a drink (they all seem to have the munchies especially when they see other kids eating). Maybe we can take turns bringing a sharable each week! Happy wiggles! 

 

1st-3rd Grade

 

LEGO FRIENDS

Teacher: Tori Cromeans

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 20

Min: 5

Cost: FREE

Description: Join your friends on a Lego adventure every week. With thousands of legos to create with, the possibilities are endless. Weekly STEM building challenges will make learning fun!

 

BUILDING MULTIPE BLESSINGS

Teacher:  Christy Burcham

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 15 

Min: 2

Cost: $20

Description: This class has "multiple" purposes. We will learn multiplication facts through activities and games using building bricks similar to "LEGO" bricks while also remembering the firm foundation of God's 10 commandments in building a blessed life and allowing the children time to make building choices of their own with bricks as time allows.  At the end of the semester each child will receive at least 200 bricks and a game sheet with dice to take home. Come multiply with us!!!

 

SONGS IN MOTION 

Teacher: Shantelle Herrington

Assistant: Jennifer Webb 

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 10

Cost: $10

Description: Love singing and moving? If so, this class is for you! Learn playful, upbeat (sometimes silly) songs along with the motions that make singing even more fun! Props (bubbles, glow sticks, instruments, etc.) will occasionally be used as well!

 

4th-6th Grade

 

BACKYARD BALLISTICS 

Teacher: Megan Ashe

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Cost: $30

Description: Science, engineering, and physics “explode” in this class. We will make potato guns, paper match rockets, etc. We will be spending most of our class time outside. 

 

LIVING ON THE PLANET: BIOLOGY AND EARTH SCIENCE

Teacher: Sabrina Stamper

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Min: 5

Cost: $20

Description: This class will cover animal and plant cells, leaves, rocks, mountains, volcanos, weather, and so much more. This is a study of biology and earth science from a Biblical standpoint. We will use nature journals to draw along with learning about a new subject each week. Cost will cover the journals and materials needed for crafting. 

 

7th-8th Grade

 

STUDENT WRITING INTENSIVE LEVEL B – 2 Semester class

Teacher: Bevin Wilder

Grade:  7th-8th

Max: 16

Min: 4

Cost: $35 for the whole year (2 semesters) 

(** $30 for second child in a family)

Description: This is a DVD driven course from the Institute for Excellence in Writing that lays a very solid foundation of writing skills.  Over the course of two semesters, students will learn how to effectively use a wide range of structural models and stylistic techniques in their compositions, as they write on a variety of enjoyable fiction and non-fiction topics.  In level B, we will be working on note taking, summarizing both narrative stories and reference materials, research reports, and creative writing.  Along the way we will be developing stylistic tools like using a banned word list and learning some ways to “dress up” our writing.  Included in the price of class are two semesters of study, a student binder with handouts, and a Structure and Style Overview DVD for parents.

 

6th-12th Grade 

 

BEGINNER VOLLEYBALL

Teacher: Jeana Dodd

Grade: 6th-12th GIRLS ONLY

Max: 20

Cost: Free

Description: Please join this class if your daughter is thinking of joining our Eagle team. We have made this a mandatory class the year prior to playing due to our large numbers and the need for the girls to learn some skills. Jeana is a talented teacher who has coached our Eagle volleyball teams in the past. She is now a certified ref who refs our games as well as public school games. She will teach the girls skills and give them things to do to get ready to join our competitive team. Please note that this class is a beginner VB class and is NOT open to girls who are already on the VB team.

If you have any questions, please contact Valinda at 662-415-8887.

 

7th-12th Grade

 

SPEAK UP 

Teacher: Amberly Glover 

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 20

Min: 5

Cost: Free

Description: Learn the art of extemporaneous speaking in this fun and interactive class. Students will learn key points to effectively address audiences, adapt on their feet, and deliver speeches with confidence through participating in weekly themed class presentations and games.

 

 

 

GENERAL, POSSIBLE ADVANCED SKILLS MARTIAL ARTS

Teacher: Tom Harrington

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 20

Min: 4

Cost: $5

Description: We will cover more advanced basic skills and self-defense. Along with discussion and basic skill in de-escalation and using nonviolent escape first if possible. 

 

9th-12th Grade

 

WILL OUR GENERATION SPEAK? Basic Training Course in Evangelism 

Teacher: Melody Whitfield 

Grade: 9th -12th

Max: 16 

Min: 2 

Cost: $35 (Includes Will Our Gen Speak Book & A Course Study Guide, Additional Materials, Certificate of Achievement, Pizza/Tacos/Donuts for Outreach Days/Final Class) 

Description: Are you entering the work field, planning to start your own business, preparing for college or a military career? Have you wrestled with or thought about how to communicate and share the Gospel in real-time with co-workers, friends, loved ones, and strangers?  

After an amazing semester last year, we will dive into the Living Waters’ Basic Training Course: a 10-week series specially formatted to train students to simply and confidently share the gospel with family, friends, co-workers, and strangers. Students will learn foundational truths and this biblical life-skill from Ray Comfort and 23-year-old Grace Mally, (a former homeschool student), as they address the fears we face, excuses we make, and practical ways of how to begin conversations. These lessons will teach you to overcome your fears by using a proven, powerfully effective way to make the gospel make sense. You won't be at a loss for words. You don't need to be an expert in apologetics. Instead, you'll learn the forgotten biblical principle of bypassing the intellect (the place of argument) and speaking directly to the conscience (the place of the knowledge of right and wrong) — the way Jesus did. Students will have opportunities to practice and apply what we learn through 1:1 student practice, friendly visits, and a community outreach project (e.g., Red/Green Market).  

 (Matthew 28:18-20; Acts 1:8)
* Note: AiG uses many Living Waters’ resources in evangelism 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL LITERACY – 2+ Semester class

Teacher: Amy Claunch

Grade: 9th-12th (Parents are welcome)

Max: 20

Min: 4

Cost: Because the students will be expected to read the first chapter before our first day of class, I would prefer that parents/students purchase their own copy of the workbook before the first day of class. I have the DVDs so no need to purchase those individually. This is a 2-semester class. See description for more info. Parents are welcome and may choose to purchase their own workbooks as well. (Christian Book Distributors had them in stock last I checked, and they usually have really good prices.)

Description: Taken from the online description for this course: “The Constitution is the document that's guided the development of the United States of America from its inception. It was formed by the Founding Fathers by the authority of the people, and it was expected that "We the People" would be vigilant to protect and defend its contents and abide by its restrictions on power.” We can only do that if we are indeed constitutionally literate. This course is written from a Constitutionally Conservative perspective. “Dr. Michael Farris, founder and chancellor of Patrick Henry College and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, brings the U.S. Constitution to life for modern Americans by examining these questions: What does the Constitution actually say? What does it mean? What were the Founders' intentions for this document? And how is it being interpreted to shape our laws and way of life today?”  Each week before class, students will first read the workbook chapter, then we will watch the DVD lecture with the workbook in class, pausing and answering questions as we watch the video. This is a 25-week course so this will be a 2-semester class with the participants talking among ourselves as to how we will work in the extra 5 weeks as a class if desirable.  

*Disclosure: There are 2 class sessions that will fall in the second semester that will deal with topics that you might deem as sensitive. One is abortion and the other is same sex marriage as these relate to the constitution and constitutional law. I plan to address this at the beginning of next semester with the parents of the students of how to handle these sessions.

 

 

 

4th Period (2:00-3:00)

 

PreK/K (3 y/o-K - Child must be potty trained to take classes.)

 

CRAFTY KIDS

Teacher: Rachael king

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 16

Min: None

Cost: $20

Description: Mrs. Faith is taking a break from crafty kids and is letting Mrs. Rachael run wild with it! We are going to learn about famous/historic artists, be a little silly with wearable art, and get messy!!! 

 

HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES, & TOES

Teacher: Mary Anne Clardy

Assistant: Mary Jones

Grade: PreK/K

Max: 12

Min: None

Cost: $15

Description: Head, Shoulders, Knees, & Toes! Join in on the FUN as we learn about our bodies. Each week we will sing songs, make crafts, play games, and eat snacks focusing on how cool God made us! Each child will receive a new box of crayons and their own Human Body Preschool Activity Book that we will work through together.

 

1st-3rd Grade

 

GROW TO GROW BY TOWER GARDEN

Teacher: Ruth Luster

Grade: 1st-3rd

Max: 12

Min: 4

Cost: $20

Description: Come learn how to grow a garden inside using the Tower Garden. The kids will get to plant and watch their own garden grow from seed to maturity. We will even get to harvest our garden by the end of class and cook/make our own salad and pesto. The fun doesn’t stop there. We will also learn the science behind what makes the plants grow, plant parts and so much more! 

 

DOMINO CHALLENGE 

Teacher: Katelyn Williford

Age: 1st-3rd

Max: 15

Cost: $10

Description: Future engineer on your hands? This class will teach children some simply physics and chain reactions while allowing them to build with simple materials: like dominos! Each week we will be challenging ourselves to build bigger and better while also teaming together to learn to work in a group setting. Join us in DOMINO CHALLENGE!! 

 

K-4th Grade 

 

EAGLE MINI CHEER SQUAD 

Teacher: Christy Russell

Grade: K-4th

Max: 25

Min: 3

Cost: $40-$50 (Please see explanation in description)

Description: This is a continuation of the EAGLE Mini Cheer Squad. It will consist of learning cheers as a group to perform at Eagle JV basketball games. Last year we cheered at home games and some away games. The cost will be determined later in the semester but will not exceed $50. Shirt, bow, and pompoms will be what is covered in the cost. 

 

 

4th-6th Grade

 

MAKER LAB

Teacher: Amy Claunch

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Min: 3

Cost: $30

Description: Build. Invent. Create. Discover. Super cool projects. Practical, hands-on experience. The wonders of and the whys of science. We will be using the Smithsonian Maker Lab book to create our very own scientific lab room where we will all become scientists learning about the basics of the scientific method as we do a different science experiment each week. Slime, how it works, and the real world of quicksand. Invisible ink, how it works, and how paper naturally goes brown with age and how our experiment speeds up that process. Paper planes, building them, and learning about the real-world science of hang gliders. This is just some of the cool experiments that this class will cover. Students will also keep a lab notebook to record our findings. Don’t worry. It will be fun and easy. 

 

SIGN LANGUAGE 

Teacher: Rachel Young

Grade: 4th-6th

Max: 15

Min: 4

Cost: $25

Description: Beginning with the alphabet and building from there, your students will learn the basics of American Sign Language.  Each class we will dive into this second language, discussing subjects such as variations in sign languages, the thought behind the signs, and grammar.

 

5th-12th Grade

 

EAGLE CHEER

Teacher: Erin Shoup 

Grade: 5th-12th

Max: 20 

Min: 5-10 depending on age groups 

Cost: TBD (see description) 

Description: Junior high and High school cheerleaders will join forces. Whether you are experienced in cheerleading or are a newcomer, you are welcome to join our cheer teams.  Must be beginning 5th grade. We will have 2 separate cheer squads, but we will be practicing as a whole. Cheerleaders are required to attend their age-appropriate team basketball games- home and away. Cheer uniforms, poms, shoes, and bags will need to be purchased for games. Full Uniforms and accessories will range from $100-200 depending on our class size and uniform style.  I can’t wait to be your cheer coach for the 2022-2023 school year!!! 

 

6th-12th Grade

 

FLAG FOOTBALL 

Teacher: Bro. Donald Sculley

Grade: 6th-12th BOYS ONLY

Max: None

Min: 10

Cost: $10

Description: This class is open to all boys in 6th-12th grade. 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 Grade

 

CROCHET FOR A CAUSE

Teacher: Rebecca Sidders 

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: None

Min: 5

Cost: $10

Description: Calling all crochet lovers! Students will learn various crochet stitches (beginner and intermediate) to create fun and useful items. In addition to personal projects, our goal will be to handcraft donation items for Oasis Medical Center and NMMC (baby hats, booties, NICU octopus). All yarn-loving mamas are invited to join us as well!

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION TO AMATEUR RADIO 

Teacher: Daniel Beene, assisted by Bruce & Allison Beene

Grade: 7th-12th

Max: 15

Cost: $10

Description: In this class you will study everything you need to know to be able to pass the certification test to get your amateur radio license.  At the end of the semester, we will have an opportunity for anybody interested to take the test for this license.  There is an additional charge of $35 to take the test but it is *not* required for you to be able to take the class.  Some of the things covered will include FCC rules, operating procedures, radio wave propagation, electrical principles, electronics & electrical components.  Daniel has his technician license (entry level) & Bruce has his Extra license (highest level).  They will have a radio set up available for practice with the assistance of one of them.

 

9th-12th Grade

 

MISSIONS IN FOCUS 

Teacher: Melody Whitfield 

Grade: 9th-12th 

Max: 18 

Min: 2 

Cost: $40 (Class materials/ Snacks from around the world) 

Description: Did you know there are 7.96 billion people in the world? Did you also know 3.2 billion have little to no access to the Gospel? Have you ever thought about local, domestic, or foreign missions?  

Our journey over the next 10 weeks allows students to discover barriers and challenges missionaries face to bring Good News (Acts 1:8; Mark 16:15) to some of the hardest to reach people and places on earth. As we discuss cultural, spiritual and physical hurdles for missionaries working in these communities, students will collect data for Group Projects highlighting and raising awareness and compassion to support efforts in an Urgent Area/Country of Focus, (either a Short Infomercial produced in-class or storyboard), to display during Creation Night.  

*Resources: Radical, Urgent, Stratus, Joshua Project 

*Note: Students will sample foods from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East to help them appreciate even dietary adjustments missionaries face. I’ll have an ingredients list posted for students with food allergies prior to these sessions.   

 

INTRO TO MEDICAL FIELD 1

Teacher: Cathi Heath

Grade 9TH-12TH

Max: 20

Min: 3

Cost: $40

Description: This class is not only for students who may be thinking about entering the medical field but is also for those who want to learn more about the human body and how to take care of it. Students will review all the systems of the body, as well, as how to obtain vital signs and how to take care of a patient in the bed. Several careers will be discussed including nursing, lab tech, radiologist, respiratory therapist, physician, and others. Cost includes a stethoscope, bp cuff and anatomy coloring book. This is part one of a two semester class and Cost includes both semesters.

 

 

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