Verona Area School District Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona

 
Verona Area School District Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona
Verona Area School District
    Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona

                        Summer 2015
                       Verano de 2015

             Online registration opens April 1st at 5:00 pm
http://www.verona.k12.wi.us/district_information/summer_school_2015/
       All other programs follow the same registration process as last year.

             Las inscripciones en línea (Internet) empiezan
                   el 1 de abril a las 5:00 de la tarde
http://www.verona.k12.wi.us/district_information/summer_school_2015/
 Todos los otros programas de verano seguirán el mismo proceso de
                     inscripción del año pasado.
Verona Area School District Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona
English Summer School 2015 Manual - Pages 5-19
Español: Escuela de Verano 2015 Páginas - 24-38
Verona Area School District Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona
Summer School 2015
Dear Parents and Students,

The Verona Area School District is committed to providing opportunities for a summer experience that is filled with
academic exploration, enrichment experiences and curricular reinforcement for all students. The courses listed
within have been proposed and designed to be as enriching as they are engaging.

As you read through the Summer 2015 brochure with your child, you will find a listing and course description of
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courses for grades Pre-K to 12 . When registering your student, please make sure that you are selecting courses
based upon your child’s CURRENT grade for the 2014-15 academic year. Please note that these courses are in
addition to many of the same opportunities offered in years past, which will also continue this summer. Help fill
your child’s summer with learning, discovery, and fun. Consider taking advantage of these summer opportunities
for students in the Verona Area School District.

We look forward to working with you and your child. Enjoy your summer!

Pamela K. Hammen
Summer School Principal

Beth Mason
Summer School Secretary

Registration Information
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Online registration will open on Wednesday, April 1 at 5:00 pm and will end Friday, April 17 at 11:00 pm. If you
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do not have access to a computer or would like some help with registration on April 1 , we will have computer labs
open at Savanna Oaks Middle School for parents to access from 4:45 - 8:00 pm. A paper copy of the Summer
School Registration Form is also available at all school offices for those without computer access. Class requests
submitted by paper registration will be added by VASD staff during the first day of registration. The district will
strive to provide registration access to all families for summer school classes.

Online web address for registration is located on the district webpage. Please click on the link titled, “Summer
School 2015.”

Payment Information
Summer School 2015 course fees are collected on the first day of class. All fees will be waived for students
receiving free/reduced lunches during the year. If paying by check, please make the check payable to the Verona
Area School District.

Payment in this manner is ONLY for summer school classes. Complete the separate registration and payment for
any camps and Nat activities that may also be listed within this summer programming guide.

Further Questions?
Call (608) 845-4377 or email VASD_summer@verona.k12.wi.us

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SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM
                          (For those without access to register for summer school online)

Parent/Guardian________________________________________________________________________________

Address __________________________________________________City_______________ Zip Code __________

Home Phone ______________________________                 Work Phone ____________________________________

Cell Phone #1 _____________________________               Cell Phone #2____________________________________

Emergency Contact ________________________               Phone # __________________________

Online registration is the preferred and quickest way to register for summer school. The summer school link is
located on the district website. Simply click on the link titled, “Summer School 2015” to register. Since some of
our families do not have access to register online, a paper copy registration is available. Please use your child’s
current 2014-15 grade level when deciding on a class.

Use the same form to register more than one child per family. A confirmation letter will be sent after the
registration period closes. Please return the completed form to the school office or send it to: Summer School
Registration, 700 N. Main Street, Verona, WI 53593 by April 10.

                                             Do not send fees with this registration

    1.   Student’s Name _________________________________________ Current Grade _______ Age ______

         Current Attendance School________________________________________________________________

         Note any health concerns _________________________________________________________________

         Bussing Needed? (Circle One) Yes No            Pick-up/Drop-off Same as above? (Circle One) *Yes No

         *If Drop-off/Pick-up address is different, please note here:

         ______________________________________________________________________________________

         1st choice:
         Class Title ________________________________________________________________ Session ______
          nd
         2 choice:
         Class Title _________________________________________________________________Session ______

    Have Further Questions? Give us a call at (608) 845-4377 or email us at vasd_summer@verona.k12.wi.us

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K-8 Summer School 2015

Savanna Oaks Middle School will be the location for Elementary and Middle Summer School programming, with
possible over-flow at Stoner Prairie Elementary School. Classes will range in size from 18 to 36 students, depending
upon the number of instructors for each course.

Interested teachers have proposed courses that incorporate literacy, math, problem solving and technology
experiences in their proposed offerings. These summer opportunities may also include time for drama, arts,
hands-on investigations and experiential learning. All courses will be offered by certified teachers at no cost to
students, with the exception of a small materials fee for certain classes using significant materials. All fees will be
waived for students receiving free/reduced lunches during the year.

         Sessions/Times
         The 2015 Elementary/Middle Summer School session will run for 4 days/week for up to 4 weeks, from July
         6th – July 30th, 2015.

         During this 4-week session, available learning experiences will be offered in 3 time sequences:
                                 Session            Length           Dates              Time
                                A                  8 days           7/6 to 7/16         8:30-11:00 am
                                B                  8 days           7/20 to 7/30        8:30-11:00 am
                                C                  16 days          7/6 to 7/30         8:30-11:00 am

         Student Drop-off/Pick-up
         All Elem/Middle school students are to be dropped-off at the front entrance of Savanna Oaks Middle
         School (address below). Classes begin at 8:30 am; please do not drop your child off prior to 8:20 am.
         Classes end at 11:00 am, please pick your child-up in the front of Savanna Oaks Middle School.

                                                 Savanna Oaks Middle School
                                                        5890 Lacy Road
                                                     Fitchburg, WI 53711
         Bus Transportation
         School buses will be made available for students needing transportation to school through First Student
         Bus Company. Families will need to inform the district at the time of registration if bus transportation is
         needed. First Student Bus Company will arrange routes along with pick-up and drop off points to
         efficiently transport our students with bussing needs.

         Attendance
         Students attending Elem/Middle School Summer School must be present for all days of their chosen
         session. If your child is unable to do so due to other summer commitments, please do not register for that
         session. Your cooperation in this enables us to maintain full class-sizes and provide more opportunities to
         all VASD students.

             In the event of illness or a family emergency, please notify our office at (608) 845-4377.
                                                     Thank you!

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High School Summer School

The Verona Area High School will be offering a small number of summer school electives, each worth a
.5 credit towards graduation. Space within these classes is limited.

       Sessions/Times
       There is only one session for VAHS courses, which runs from July 6th to July 30th. Students meet
       Monday through Friday from 8am to 12pm. (Week four ends on Thursday, July 30th). Please
       contact course instructors for further information.

       Bus Transportation
       School buses will be made available for students needing transportation to school through First
       Student Bus Company. Families will need to inform the district at the time of registration. First
       Student Bus Company will arrange routes along with pick-up and drop off points to efficiently
       transport our students with bussing needs.

       Attendance
       Students must adhere to the attendance/participation guidelines of each class in order to
       receive credit.

           In the event of illness or a family emergency, please notify our office at (608) 845-4405.
                                                   Thank you!

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2015 Summer Elementary Summer School Course Offerings

Public Course Offerings

The Five R’s (Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic, aRt and Recess)
Instructor: Shrader, Kevin
Session: A or B
Grades: K-1
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in Kindergarten or grade 1.
Students registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Students will spend a portion of each morning reading "good fit" books, writing
stories, solving math problems, creating simple art projects, and enjoying a little recess time.
While not intended to be a remedial class, it will keep children actively engaged in learning
experiences. Identical classes will be offered during both two-week sessions.
Fee: $5.00

Kid Scientist Extraordinaire
Instructor: Jones, Elizabeth
Session: A or B
Grades: K-1
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in Kindergarten or grade 1.
Students registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Students will be able to use first-hand experiences to gain scientific knowledge,
conduct scientific experiments using the scientific method, make predictions and draw
conclusions and explain the experiment results both verbally and in writing.
Fee: $5.00

Coding with Kodable
Instructor: Johnson, Geoffrey
Session: A or B
Grades: K-3
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in Kindergarten or grades 1, 2, or 3.
Students registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Coding with Kodable is an introductory course in programming. Kodable
introduces basic coding concepts and logic used in every programming language such as
sequences, functions, loops, conditions, and debugging. Additionally, Kodable makes
programming fun for kids by transforming coding into a puzzle game, complete with furry
characters called fuzzes, and an engaging storyline revolving around their adventures on a
foreign planet.
Fee: $0.00

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Maker Madness
Instructors: Otis, Amy & Huttner, Karie
Session: B
Grades: K-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in Kindergarten or grades 1, 2, 3, 4,
or 5. Students registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: If you enjoy making and doing, this class is for you! During this summer school
experience students will explore Minecraft, make circuits and program rolling robots and print
in 3D all while letting their imagination run wild. In true Makerspace fashion, students will get
down to the nitty gritty of how and why things work to be able to use the process for their own
creation. Also, students will work with various forms of technology to document their creative
process and tell stories relating to their creations.
Fee: $10.00

World Explorers
Instructor: McBride, Gabrielle
Session: C
Grades: K-2
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in Kindergarten or grade 1, or 2.
Students registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: In this 4-week course, students will learn about various countries around the
world; from the artwork, food and music to the history, geography and culture. We will study
two different countries/cultures every week. The countries of study (from five of the seven
continents) include: South Africa, Australia, Mexico, Ireland, China, India, Spain, and Germany
(please note: country selection subject to change). Students will gain a broader understanding
of the many diverse cultures in our world and will better understand their fellow classmates,
teachers and even people they will meet and interact with in their day-to-day lives. This cross-
curricular course focuses on art, history, reading, writing, language and music. Students will
participate in a wide range of activities, including (but not limited to): watching and responding
to SmartBoard videos, assisting with food preparation and tasting, creating individual and group
cultural art projects, learning new languages, listening, creating and dancing to music and
reading/presenting about the various countries of study.
Fee: $15.00

Science is Everywhere
Instructor: Frei, Christine
Session: C
Grades: 2-3
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 2 or 3. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Dabble in science! Do you want to be a scientist? Come and join us!
Fee: $0.00

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Sports Spectacular
Instructor: Rammer, Ryan
Session: A or B
Grades: 1-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: This course is perfect for the sports enthusiast or the kid who is looking for
something new to play out at recess. We will focus on sportsmanship, basic skill development,
rules of the game, and just plain having fun! We will include many variations of commonly
played sports and also teach new and exciting games and activities. These may include and are
not limited to: basketball, soccer, football, kickball, volleyball, relay races, obstacle courses, and
more! A special water day is planned for the end of the class! Be sure to wear sports
appropriate clothing, wear athletic shoes and bring a water bottle. We will use the gym in
inclement weather.
Fee: $0.00

Yoga and Mindfulness
Instructor: Zimmer, Laura
Session: A or B
Grades: 2-3
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 2 or 3. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: I am excited to take your child on a fun summer school journey! We will spend two
weeks learning yoga poses and practicing mindfulness activities through arts and crafts and
storytelling. Yoga and mindfulness go hand-in hand. Yoga is an ancient practice, which helps to
improve flexibility, strength and balance as well as increasing the ability to concentrate,
improve body-awareness and self-image and reduces stress. Mindfulness is learning how to tap
into the now and appreciate all things happening in the present moment. It also helps to reduce
stress and become happier, kinder and more compassionate individuals. I look forward to
providing your child with the tools they will use to achieve this!
Fee: $10.00. Please bring a towel or yoga mat.

Reading, Writing, and Math with Technology and Nature
Instructor: Feifarek, Jeanette
Session: C
Grades: 2-3
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 2 or 3. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Students will have many fun opportunities to review reading, writing and math
skills with the use of technology, nature and books. We will observe and research summer life
around us; including flowers, insects and birds. iPads and laptops will be available for literacy
and math activities.
Fee: $2.00

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Art and More
Instructor: Feiner, Lois
Session: A or B
Grades: 2-4
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 2, 3, or 4. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Take a fun-filled course this summer in the art room! Students will create art using
a variety of media and topics as inspiration. Free choice time will also be offered focusing on
reading for fun and games to practice with numbers, telling time and counting money.
Fee: $5.00

Around the World in 8 Days - Trip 1 and Trip 2
Instructor: Miller, Jane
Session: A or B
Grades: 2-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 2, 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Around the World in 8 Days – Trip 1 (Session A) All aboard! Take an exciting
journey with us as we take a spin around the world. Together we will explore the following
places: Kenya in Africa, the Arctic Polar Region, China in Asia, the Outback in Australia (with an
Aboriginal focus), France in Europe, Mexico in North America, and Brazil in South America.
Culture and language will be celebrated with literacy and the arts. The world is calling you!
Fee: $5.00 for each class or $10.00 for both
Description: Around the World in 8 Days - Trip 2 (Session B) Pack your bags and bring your
“passport” as we travel the world. We will make stops on all seven continents: Egypt in Africa,
Antarctica, Japan in Asia, Australia, Germany in Europe, Canada in North America, and Peru in
South America. We will learn about unique customs through reading, math, art, music, and
games. Your adventure awaits!
Fee: $5.00 for each class or $10.00 for both

Learn to Type
Instructor: Speth, Erin
Session: A or B
Grades: 3-4
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 3 or 4. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Students will be introduced to keyboarding and touch typing. Students will learn
that they don't have to look at the keys to type and, through continued practice, will ultimately
become faster at typing. We'll play fun typing games and create some projects using their new
skills.
Fee: $0.00

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African Drum and Dance
Instructor: Kansteiner, Avery
Session: A or B
Grades: 3-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Students in the African Drum and Dance class will learn the basics of West African
drum and dance as well as cultural and historical aspects of this tradition. They will learn how to
play the hand drum called a djembe and the dunduns, which are played with sticks. They will
learn some basic African Dance moves and practice with music. They will also engage in
activities and discussions where they reflect on the role of culture and identity in the world.
Students should be willing to participate in all activities listed, including drumming, dancing,
and some more reflective and academic activities.
Fee: $5.00

Drama Club
Instructor: Moldenhauer, Katy
Session: A or B
Grades: 3-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: In Drama Club students will be working together to put on a live theater
performance. All students will have an important role in the show, either as an actor, set
designer, costume designer, sound designer, or stage grip. Most students will perform multiple
roles. Students will learn speaking and listening skills, work on reading with fluency and
expression, and gain confidence in speaking in front of an audience. Students will be able to use
their creativity in creating sets and costumes for the final performance. This is a course
designed for any child interested in theater (on stage or behind the scenes) and for all ability
levels!
Fee: $5.00

Multicultural Art Experience
Instructor: Adams, Ciera
Session: A or B
Grades: 3-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: This course will give 3-5th grade students the opportunity explore art themes and
methods from non-western cultures. The skills that they will gain will include, but are not
limited to identifying and creating styles of art from cultures other than their own, being able to
communicate about art in an anthropological point-of-view, and understand how their own art
influences society and culture.
Fee: $10.00

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Folk Tales Around the World
Instructor: Shaw, Sarah
Session: A
Grades: 3-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: Students will explore folktales from around the world. Throughout the course
choose a folktale to present in the form of a brief reader's theater play. Students will also
research the history of the folk tales and the country from which it came to share with their
peers as part of the final class presentation. Students will work on their reading fluency and
comprehension, researching and writing skills, and speaking and presentational skills.
Fee: $0.00

Crazy Cubing Class
Instructors: DeWerd, Kayleen and DeWerd, Kyler
Session: A
Grades: 3-5
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 3, 4, or 5. Students
registered by incorrect grade will be automatically disenrolled.
Description: In this class you will learn how to solve a 2x2, 3x3, and pyraminx Rubik’s cubes!
The $20 course fee will include one of each of these high-quality cubes to begin your cube
collection. In our two weeks together we will discuss how to effectively solve three cubes using
strategies, notations, and algorithms. These fun techniques will help you solve all other cubes.
You will continue to get faster as you practice to become a speedcuber! You will even create
your own cube out of LEGOS. Let the cubing begin!
Fee: $20.00

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2015 Middle School Summer School Course Offerings

Courses Open to Public Registration

Introduction to Woodworking
Instructor: Smith, Phill
Session: A or B
Grades: 5-7
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 5, 6, or 7. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: ***Class held at Verona Area High School! Bus riders will need to ride high
school buses***
This course will introduce students to woodworking machines, processes, and materials used in
the woodworking industry. Students will construct a small woodworking project in this two
week course. Examples of projects may include, bird houses, gumball machines, or small
shelves.
Fee: $10.00

Math Lab Mania!
Instructor: Leibfried, Andrea
Session: A
Grades: 5-7
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 5, 6, or 7. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Math Lab Mania! Did you think science was the only class you should be doing labs
in? Well, you are wrong. If you want to complete hands-on labs that require you to stretch your
brain and think mathematically, this is the section for you. Math labs will include: catapults,
bouncy balls, cars, kites, towers, dice, games, a summer Olympics and much, much more. Come
to have fun and learn some unique mathematical concepts all at the same time.
Fee: $0.00

Bling! Bling! Money is my thing!
Instructor: Leibfried, Andrea
Session: B
Grades: 5-7
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 5, 6, or 7. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Bling! Bling! Money is my thing! Like money? Want to make the most out of your
allowance and birthday checks? Come to class to learn how to budget to have the things you
want. Complete a checkbook challenge, invest in a mock stock market, learn how to save
money for college or your next cool cell phone, learn how credit cards work, and much, much
more. If you’re curious about money and want to learn more, I’ll see you soon.
Fee: $0.00

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Kids Be Fit
Instructor: Lehnherr, Diana
Session: C
Grades: 5-8
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 5, 6, 7, or 8. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Do you like to cook? Do you like to create things? Kids Be Fit is a class that
combines nutrition and cooking with a focus on local, seasonal foods. Each participant will
learn how to cook healthy meals and snacks as well as understand what foods have a positive
and negative effect on the body
Fee: $15.00

Gardening & Growing 101
Instructor: Cohen, Ross
Session: C
Grades: 5-8
Notice: Please only enroll your child if they are CURRENTLY in grades 5, 6, 7, or 8. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: ***Class held at Badger Ridge Middle School! Bus riders will need to ride high
school buses***
Students will help build and maintain the new Badger Ridge Community Garden and Edible
Forest. Students will learn about growing produce from seeds and will learn how to use the
food they grow. Getting dirty and physical work such as weeding and planting seeds will happen
daily. Much of each day will be spent outside. Students are responsible for their own sun
protection.
Fee: 10.00

Understanding Social Issues through Media Literacy
Instructors: Mulryan, Mindy & Burandt, Tracy
Dates: July 6th to July 30th
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 may take this course.
Students registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
***Class held at Verona Area High School! Bus riders will need to ride high school buses. This
class is for credit ***
Description: Learning about and understanding past and current social issues through the use
of television, movies, music and written works. Students will learn how to analyze media
messages and become more informed consumers and citizens as a result. (Social Studies or
English credit)
Credit: .5
Fee: $0.00

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Lit and School Success
Instructors: Koenig, Danielle, Kasten, Kyle, and Elms, Sarah
Dates: July 6th to July 30th
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 8 or 9 may take this course. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
***Class held at Verona Area High School! Bus riders will need to ride high school buses. This
class is for credit ***
Description: Get a head start on next year in high school! Literacy & School Success is designed
to boost your success in high school by improving the skills needed to do just that!
Read to succeed: learn, practice, and apply the reading skills and strategies needed to succeed
in your classes next year. Boost grades: complete reading and work on assignments now for
your courses in the fall.
Freshman~ you will start the year knowing more than 7 high school teachers, know your way
around the school, work in all the labs, and know how to use key technology, apps, and tools at
the high school.
All students will increase their grades and achievement in less time with proven systems to
organize, track, plan, and complete your high school and life workload.
Credit: .5
Fee: $0.00

BY TEACHER INVITE ONLY – SEE TEACHER IF YOU THINK THIS COURSE APPLIES
TO YOUR STUDENT. (ann.fredrickson@verona.k12.wi.us)
Algebra 1B (Invite Only)
Instructor: Fredrickson, Ann
Dates: July 6-July 30 (4 weeks)
Times: 8am-12pm
Notice: This course is intended for incoming freshman who need to complete Algebra.
Description: Invitation only for students who require time and resources to complete Algebra in
order to be appropriately enrolled in Geometry as a freshman. Class offered at VAHS with
successful completion earning .5 general math credit.
Credits: .5
Fee: $0.00

BY TEACHER INVITE ONLY – SEE TEACHER IF YOU THINK THIS COURSE APPLIES
TO YOUR STUDENT. (julie.jenewein@verona.k12.wi.us)
ELL Summer Literacy & Orientation to High School
Instructor: Julie Jenewein
Dates: July 6th to July 30
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grade 8 may take this course. Students registered
by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled

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Description: Current 8th grade ELL students are invited to attend this summer skill building and
orientation to high school opportunity. We will be working on literacy, math and study skills in
this four week course, as well as providing information as to what is like to be a freshman at
Verona Area High School. Each Friday we will also take a trip to the Verona Public Library where
students can check out summer reading materials.
Credit: .5
Fee: $0.00

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2015 High School Summer School Offerings

Open to Public Enrollment
                               NON-CREDIT OPTION

Engineering Fundamentals
Instructor: Boehm, Rick
Dates: July 20th to July 30th (9 Days Only)
Time: 8am-12pm
Prerequisites: None
Description: Students will learn the engineering design process, learn a 3D modeling program
called inventor and solve a problem by the end of the session using engineering and stem
principles.
Fee: $0.00

AP Skills Boot Camp
Instructor: Domres, Sarah
Dates: July 20th to July 30th (9 Days Only)
Time: 8am-12pm
Prerequisites: None
Description: Are you considering taking an AP (Advanced Placement) class? Are you new to AP?
Do you feel you could have stronger study skills to succeed in your high school classes? AP Boot
Camp might be just what you need. This is a team taught class with Ms. Bailey and Ms. Domres.
We will work on study habits, reading & writing strategies, group work skills, note-taking,
memory strategies and more! Plus, it's summer so we will be sure to have some fun. If you are
taking AP Psychology or AP Lang, this class is strongly recommended. It is only for two weeks
and lasts for the first two hours of the day. Following boot camp, those enrolled in AP Psych or
AP Lang should sign up for those summer school classes for the following two hours.
This is a not for credit offering.
Fee: $0.00

AP Psych Boot Camp
Instructor: Domres, Sarah
Dates: July 20th to July 30th (9 Days Only)
Time: 8am-12pm
Prerequisites: You should be enrolled in AP Psychology for the 2015-16 school year.
Description: Anyone interested in taking AP Psychology for the upcoming year is encouraged to
take this class. We will work on summer work, psychological thinking, how to read and take
notes specifically from the AP Psych textbook, how to watch our AP videos and learn from
them, and much more. This class is especially encouraged if this is the first AP class you've
taken. You will be introduced to the high expectations of the AP program and how to navigate

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available psychology resources. This is not covered in the traditional classroom setting so AP
Psych Boot Camp is the one place to get it! This class is taught by Ms. Domres.
This is a not for credit offering.
Fee: $0.00

AP Language Boot Camp
Instructor: Bailey, Jaren
Dates: July 20th to July 30th (9 Days Only)
Time: 8am-12pm
Prerequisites: You should be enrolled in AP Language and Composition for the 2015-16 school
year.
Description: Students in AP Language Boot Camp will have an introduction to some of the
foundational skills necessary for success in the AP Language classroom. Students will work on
analyzing speeches and essays for argument and stylistic elements, writing both argumentative
and rhetorical analysis essays, practice taking AP practice tests and work through the summer
reading assignment.
This is a not for credit offering.
Fee: $0.00

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FOR CREDIT OPTIONS
Health Education
Instructors: Verhelst, Greg & Hasse, Carly
Dates: July 6th to July 30th
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 9, 10, or 11 may take this course. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: This course is required for graduation. This is for credit and will meet each day
from 8am to noon. Class will be held in Room D137 in the high school. This course is a required
course for graduation for all high school students. The curriculum for this course is the same as
the course offered during the school year. Students that complete and pass this course will be
given .5 credits required for graduation. This must be a four-week course Mon. through Friday
for 4 weeks (except the last week, which ends on Thursday). If a student misses more than
three classes they will not pass the class.
Credit: .5
Fee: $15.00

Understanding Social Issues through Media Literacy
Instructors: Mulryan, Mindy & Burandt, Tracy
Dates: July 6th to July 30th
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 may take this course.
Students registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Learning about and understanding past and current social issues through the use
of television, movies, music and written works. Students will learn how to analyze media
messages and become more informed consumers and citizens as a result. (Social Studies or
English credit)
Credit: .5
Fee: $0.00

Lit and School Success
Instructors: Koenig, Danielle, Kasten, Kyle, and Elms, Sarah
Dates: July 6th to July 30th
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 8 or 9 may take this course. Students
registered by incorrect grade will automatically be disenrolled.
Description: Get a head start on next year in high school! Literacy & School Success is designed
to boost your success in high school by improving the skills needed to do just that!
Read to succeed: learn, practice, and apply the reading skills and strategies needed to succeed
in your classes next year. Boost grades: complete reading and work on assignments now for
your courses in the fall.
Freshman~ you will start the year knowing more than 7 high school teachers, know your way

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around the school, work in all the labs, and know how to use key technology, apps, and tools at
the high school.
All students will increase their grades and achievement in less time with proven systems to
organize, track, plan, and complete your high school and life workload.
Credit: .5
Fee: $0.00

Algebra Part I, Part II and Geometry Part I, Part II
Instructor: TBD
Dates: July 6th to July 30
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 9, 10, or 11 may take this course.
Description: Students can enroll in Algebra or Geometry to finish credits not completed in the
school year or to advance to the next course. For example, a student may wish to take Algebra
Part I so that they may enroll in Algebra Part II in the fall. Likewise, a student who passed one
semester of Algebra or Geometry but failed the other semester can retake the semester failed
so that they may continue in the math course sequence in the fall.
Credit: .5
Fee: $0.00

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CREDIT RECOVERY
  Invitation Only – Please see your counselor if you failed a class and are interested in credit
                                          recovery.

English Credit Recovery
Instructor: TBD
Dates: July 6th to July 30
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 9, 10, or 11 may take this course.
Description: This course is an opportunity for students that failed an English class for the 2014 -
2015 school year to earn back credit by demonstrating proficiency in the skill or unit that they
did not complete during the school year that led to them not passing. This would be in place of
having to repeat an entire class.

Science Credit Recovery
Instructor: TBD
Dates: July 6th to July 30
Time: 8am-12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 9, 10, or 11 may take this course.
Description: This course is meant for students who have failed Biology. Students enrolled in
the course will make up units of study in order to earn credit for Biology and possibly
Chemistry.

Social Studies Credit Recovery
Instructor: TBD
Dates: July 6th to July 30
Times: 8am to 12pm
Notice: Only students CURRENTLY enrolled in grades 9, 10, or 11 may take this course.
Description: This class will use a flexible scheduling option, over the course of four weeks.
During this time period, students will be expected to complete activities to earn back credit in a
Social Studies class that they have previously failed. Units, topics, and skills will be specifically
tailored to the deficiency of each student. Successful completion of the learning plan will be
required in order to earn Social Studies credit.

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Escuela de Verano 2015
Estimados padres/tutores y estudiantes:

El Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona se compromete a proveer oportunidades para una experiencia durante el verano que esté
lleno de exploración académica, experiencias de enriquecimiento y refuerzo curricular para todos los estudiantes. Los cursos
listados dentro de este manual se han propuesto y diseñado con el objetivo de que sean enriquecedores e interesantes.

Cuando lean el manual ‘Verano de 2015’ con su hijo(a), encontrarán una lista y descripción de los cursos que estamos ofreciendo
para las edades del Pre-K hasta grado 12. Cuando realicen las inscripciones para su hijo(a), asegúrese de seleccionar cursos
que corresponden al grado que su hijo(a) ACTUALMENTE está cursando durante el ciclo escolar 2014-15. Por favor noten que
estos cursos son adicionales a las muchas otras opciones que hemos ofrecido en años pasados, las cuales, también, se ofrecerán
este verano. Ayude a su hijo(a) a tener un verano repleto de aprendizaje, descubrimientos y diversión. Por favor, consideren
aprovechar esta oportunidad de participar en clases de verano en el Distrito Escolar del Área de Verona.

Espero poder trabajar con ustedes y con sus hijos. ¡Disfruten las vacaciones de verano!

Pamela K. Hammen
Directora de la Escuela de Verano

Beth Mason
Secretaria para la Escuela de Verano

Información sobre las Inscripciones
La inscripción a través del internet (en línea) comenzará el miércoles 1 de abril a partir de las 5:00 de la tarde hasta el viernes 17
de abril a las 11:00 de la noche. Si no tienen acceso a una computadora o si desea recibir ayuda para hacer la inscripción, el 1 de
abril podrán asistir al laboratorio de computación en la Escuela Secundaria Savanna Oaks de las 4:45 de la tarde a las 8:00 de la
noche. Tendremos disponible copias en papel del Formulario de Inscripción para la Escuela de Verano (Summer School
Registration Form) en las oficinas de las escuelas para quienes no tengan acceso a una computadora. La información provista en
dichos Formularios de Inscripción, en donde indicarán su selección de cursos de verano, se ingresará por el personal de VASD el
primer día de inscripción. El distrito se esforzará por proveer igualdad de acceso a todas las familias para inscribir a sus hijos en
los cursos de la escuela de verano.

El enlace para las inscripciones en línea está ubicado en la página principal del distrito escolar. Por favor haga clic en el enlace
titulado “Summer School 2015.” (Escuela de Verano 2015).

Información sobre los pagos de cuota
Recolectaremos los pagos de cuota para los cursos de la Escuela de Verano 2015 el primer día de clase. Se exonerarán
todas las cuotas a los estudiantes que reciben el almuerzo gratis o a precio reducido durante el transcurso del ciclo escolar.
Si hace su pago con un cheque personal, debe hacerlo a nombre de Verona Area School District.

El pago de las cuotas el primer día de clases SOLO se aplica a los cursos de la Escuela de Verano. Debe completar un
formulario de inscripción separado y hacer su pago separado para cualquier campamento o actividad de natación del
Natatorio. Dichos campamentos y actividades puede que estén listados dentro de este mismo manual de programación
para el verano 2015.

¿Preguntas?
Llame al 608-845-4377 o mande un correo electrónico a VASD_summer@verona.k12.wi.us.

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FORMULARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN PARA LA ESCUELA DE VERANO
                      (Para los que no tienen acceso a una computadora y a la inscripción en línea)

Padre/madre/tutor____________________________________________________________________________________

Dirección ________________________________________________Ciuidad_______________ Código Postal __________

Teléfono en casa ______________________________           Teléfono de trabajo _________________________________

Teléfono celular #1 _____________________________ Teléfono celular #2____________________________________

Contacto de emergencia _____________________________________                Teléfono __________________________

La inscripción en línea (internet) es la manera preferida y más rápida para hacer la inscripción para la escuela de verano. El
enlace está ubicado en la página principal del distrito. Simplemente haga clic en el enlace titulado “Summer School 2015”
para realizar las inscripciones. Debido a que puede haber familias que no tienen acceso a la inscripción en línea, tenemos
disponible una copia en papel para completar la inscripción. Por favor utilice el grado que su hijo(a) actualmente está
cursando durante el ciclo escolar de 2014-15 al seleccionar sus cursos de verano. Se debe utilizar el mismo formulario
para inscribir a más de un niño(a) en su familia. Una carta de confirmación se le enviará después que el período de las
inscripciones se termine. Por favor devuelva el formulario completado a la oficina de la escuela o envíelo a más tardar el
10 de abril a: Summer School Registration, 700 N. Main Street, Verona, WI 53593.

                               No debe mandar ningún pago de cuotas con este formulario.

Nombre y apellido(s) del estudiante _____________________________________________ Grado actual _______

Edad ______ Escuela de Asistencia Actual _________________________________________________________________

Condiciones/Preocupaciones Médicas ____________________________________________________________________

¿Requiere de transporte escolar? (Marque uno) Sí        No

¿La dirección para recoger y dejar el estudiante es la misma que ha ingresado más arriba? (Marque uno) Sí*           No

*Si la dirección para recoger y dejar el estudiante NO es la misma que escribió más arriba, anote la diferente dirección a
continuación:
__________________________________________________________________________________________

   Primera Elección:
   Nombre del Curso ___________________________________________________________________ Sesión ______

   Segunda Elección:
   Nombre del Curso ___________________________________________________________________ Sesión ______

¿Preguntas?
Llámenos al 608-845-4377 o mande un correo electrónico a vasd_summer@verona.k12.wi.us.

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Escuela de Verano 2015: Kindergarten a 8º grado (Escuela Primaria y Secundaria)
La Escuela Secundaria Savanna Oaks será donde se llevará a cabo el programa de verano para los estudiantes de la escuela
primaria y la escuela secundaria. Si se requiere de más espacio, el programa utilizará la Escuela Primaria Stoner Prairie. El
tamaño de las clases será de entre 18-36 estudiantes, dependiendo del número de maestros disponibles para cada curso.

Los maestros interesados han propuesto cursos para la escuela de verano que incorporan la lectoescritura, las
matemáticas, resolución de problemas y la tecnología. Estas oportunidades de verano, también, pueden incluir tiempo
para el drama, el arte, practicar la realización de investigaciones y el aprendizaje experimental. Todos los cursos se
impartirán por maestros certificados sin ningún costo para los alumnos, con excepción de una pequeña cuota para los
materiales en aquellas clases que usan una cantidad significativa de material. Se exonerarán todas las cuotas a los
estudiantes que reciben almuerzo gratis o a precio reducido durante el transcurso del ciclo escolar.

Sesiones/Horarios
La sesión de 2015 para las clases de verano para las escuelas primarias y secundarias consistirá en 4 días a la semana
durante un periodo de 4 semanas, desde el 6 de julio hasta el 30 de julio de 2015.

Durante dicha sesión de 4 semanas, las oportunidades de aprendizaje disponibles se dividirán en tres sesiones:

            Sesión            Duración                Fechas               Horario
            A                 8 días            6 al 16 de julio           8:30 a 11:00 de la mañana
            B                 8 días            20 al 30 de julio          8:30 a 11:00 de la mañana
            C                 16 días           6 al 30 de julio           8:30 a 11:00 de la mañana

La Dejada y Recogida de los Estudiantes
Todos los estudiantes de las escuelas primarias y secundarias deben ser dejados en la entrada de enfrente de la Escuela
Secundaria Savanna Oaks (la dirección se encuentra a continuación). Las clases comienzan a las 8:30 de la mañana. Por
favor no deje a su hijo(a) en la escuela antes de las 8:20 de la mañana. Las clases terminan a las 11:00 de la mañana. Por
favor recoja a su hijo(a) enfrente de la Escuela Secundaria Savanna Oaks en la siguiente dirección:
                                                     Savanna Oaks Middle School
                                                             5890 Lacy Road
                                                          Fitchburg, WI 53711
Transporte Escolar
Los autobuses escolares, cuyo servicio está a cargo de la compañía de autobuses First Student, estarán disponibles para
los alumnos que necesiten transporte a la escuela. Las familias deben informarle al distrito si necesitan este servicio
cuando hagan la inscripción. La compañía de autobuses, First Student, preparará las rutas más efectivas y designará las
paradas para recoger y dejar a los estudiantes que necesiten este transporte.

Asistencia Escolar
Los estudiantes que participan en la escuela de verano al nivel de la escuela primaria y escuela secundaria deben estar
presentes todos los días de la sesión que se ha elegido. Si su hijo(a) no puede asistir todos los días de la sesión debido a
otros compromisos de verano, por favor no inscriba a su hijo(a) para esa sesión. Su cooperación con esto nos permite
mantener los salones de clase llenos y proveer más oportunidades para todos los alumnos del Distrito Escolar del Área de
Verona.

                En caso de una falta de asistencia por razones de enfermedad o una emergencia familiar,
                               por favor notifique a la oficina al 608-845-4377. ¡Gracias!

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Escuela de Verano 2015: 9º a 12º grados (Escuela Preparatoria)
La Escuela Preparatoria del Área de Verona ofrecerá una pequeña cantidad de cursos electivos. Cada uno de
ellos contará por 0.5 (medio) crédito hacia los créditos necesarios para graduarse. El cupo en estos cursos es
limitado.

           Sesión/Horario
           Solamente hay una sesión para los cursos de la Escuela Preparatoria del Área de Verona (VAHS), la
           cual se llevará a cabo desde el 6 de julio hasta el 30 de julio. Los estudiantes se reunirán de lunes a
           viernes de 8:00 de la mañana hasta las 12:00 de la tarde. Por favor comuníquese con los maestros
           para más información.

           Transporte Escolar
           Los autobuses escolares, cuyo servicio está a cargo de la compañía de autobuses First Student,
           estarán disponibles para los alumnos que necesiten transporte a la escuela. Las familias deben
           informarle al distrito si necesitan este servicio cuando hagan la inscripción. La compañía de
           autobuses, First Student, preparará las rutas más efectivas y designará las paradas para recoger y
           dejar a los estudiantes que necesiten este transporte.

           Asistencia Escolar
           Se espera que los estudiantes cumplan las pautas de asistencia/participación en los cursos para
           recibir el crédito correspondiente a los mismos.

              En caso de una falta de asistencia por razones de enfermedad o una emergencia familiar, por
                                  favor notifique a la oficina al 608-845-4405. ¡Gracias!

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Cursos de Verano 2015 para los Estudiantes de Escuela Primaria

Cursos Abiertos al Público (no se requiere invitación previa)

The Five R's - Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic, Recess, and aRt (Lectura, Escritura, Matemáticas, Recreo y Arte)
Maestro:        Shrader, Kevin
Sesión:         AoB
Grados:         K-1º grado
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando el Kindergarten o el 1º
grado. Se les dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les
corresponda.
Descripción: Los estudiantes dedicarán parte de la mañana leyendo libros justo a su nivel, escribiendo
cuentos, resolviendo operaciones matemáticas, creando proyectos de arte sencillos y disfrutando del recreo.
Aunque la intención de esto curso no es ser una materia remedial, mantendrá a los niños activamente
involucrados en la experiencia de aprendizaje. Las dos sesiones serán idénticas, así que deben inscribirse en
una sola de ellas.
Cuota: $5.00 dólares

Kid-Scientists Extraordinaire (Niños Científicos Extraordinarios)
Maestra:         Jones, Elizabeth
Sesión:          AoB
Grados:          K-1º grado
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando el Kindergarten o el 1º
grado. Se les dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les
corresponda.
Descripción: Los estudiantes aprovecharán de las experiencias introductorias para adquirir un conocimiento
científico, realizarán experimentos utilizando el método científico, harán predicciones, sacarán conclusiones y
explicarán los resultados de los experimentos verbalmente y por escrito.
Cuota: $5.00 dólares

Coding with Kodable (Codificar con el programa Kodable)
Maestro:        Johnson, Geoffrey
Sesión:         AoB
Grados:         K-3
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando el Kindergarten, grados
1, 2 y 3. Se les dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les
corresponda.
Descripción: Codificar con el programa nombrado Kodable es un curso introductorio que introduce el tema de
codificación. Kodable presenta los conceptos de codificación y la lógica que se utiliza en cualquier lenguaje de

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programación, tal como lenguaje de secuencias, funciones, bucles, condiciones y depuración. Además,
Kodable crea una programación divertida para los niños al transformar la codificación a juegos de
rompecabezas, los cuales incluyen caricaturas de peluche llamadas pelusas (fuzzes), e incluyen un cuento
llamativo que se trata de las aventuras de las pelusas en un planeta extranjera.
Cuota: $0.00

Maker Madness (Locura de Creaciones)
Maestras:        Otis, Amy y Huttner, Karie
Sesión:          B
Grados:          K-5
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando el Kindergarten, grados
1, 2, 3, 4 y 5. Se les dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que
no les corresponda.
Descripción: ¡Si disfrutas de hacer creación y realizar/desempeñar cosas, este curso es para ti! Durante esta
experiencia de escuela de verano, los estudiantes explorarán el juego de Minecraft, crearán circuitos,
programarán un robot que rueda e imprimirán en 3-dimensiones, todo mientras permiten a sus imaginaciones
correr sin límites. Igual como un miembro verdadero del programa nombrado Makerspace, los estudiantes
aprenderán hasta lo más fondo de cómo y por qué funcionan las cosas a través de estos procesos, con el fin de
duplicar este proceso para hacer sus propias creaciones. Además, los estudiantes trabajarán con una variedad
de formas de tecnología para documentar su proceso creativo y contar cuentos relacionados a sus creaciones.
Cuota: $10.00 dólares

World Explorers (Exploradores del Mundo)
Maestra:        McBride, Gabrielle
Sesión:         C
Grados:         K-2
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando el Kindergarten, grados 1
y 2. Se les dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les
corresponda.
Descripción: En este curso de 4 semanas, los estudiantes aprenderán acerca de una variedad de países
mundialmente. El aprendizaje de dichos países incluirá el arte, la comida, música, su historia, la geografía y
cultura. Estudiaremos dos países/culturas diferentes cada semana. Los países que se estudiarán (de cinco de
los siete continentes) incluye: Sur África, Australia, México, Irlanda, China, India, España y Alemania (por favor
note: la selección de países para estudiar puede cambiar). Los estudiantes adquirirán una comprensión más
amplia de las muchas culturas diversas que hay mundialmente y entenderán mejor sus compañeros, maestros,
y aun las personas con las que interactúan en sus vidas cotidianas. Este curso que trata temas de varios
currículos se enfoca en el arte, historia, lectura, escritura, lenguaje y música. Los estudiantes participarán en
una gran variedad de actividades, incluyendo, pero no limitado a: ver y responder a videos del programa
SmartBoard, ayudar con la preparación y probar las comidas, crear proyectos de arte culturales
individualmente y en grupos, aprender nuevas idiomas, escuchar, crear y bailar a música, además de leer y
exponer acerca de varios países.
Cuota: $15.00 dólares

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Science is Everywhere (Ciencias en Todas Partes)
Maestra:       Frei, Christine
Sesión:        C
Grados:        2-3
Note: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando el 2º y 3er grado. Se les
dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les corresponde.
Descripción: ¡Entra al mundo de las ciencias! ¿Quieres ser científico? ¡Ven y participa con nosotros!
Cuota: $0.00

Sports Spectacular (Gran Espectáculo de Deportes)
Maestro:         Rammer, Ryan
Sesión:          AoB
Grados:          1-5
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando grados 1, 2, 3, 4 o 5. Se
les dará de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les
corresponda.
Descripción: Este curso es perfecto para el aficionado de deportes o el niño que quiere aprender un juego
nuevo para jugar durante el recreo. Nos centraremos en deportividad, el desarrollo de las habilidades básicas,
las reglas del juego y la diversión. Incluiremos muchas variedades de deportes/juegos comunes y
enseñaremos juegos y actividades nuevas y emocionantes. Entre ellos, podremos incluir pero no limitarnos al:
baloncesto, futbol, futbol americano, kickball, voleibol, carreras de relevos, carreras de obstáculos y mucho
más. Tenemos planeado un día de diversión con agua para finalizar el curso. Los estudiantes deben usar ropa
adecuada para deportes y zapatos tenis. Deben traer una botella con agua. En caso de que el clima no sea
bueno, realizaremos la clase dentro del gimnasio.
Cuota: $0.00

Yoga and Mindfulness (Yoga y Concienciación)
Maestra:        Zimmer, Laura
Sesión:         AoB
Grados:         2-3
Nota: Solo debe inscribir a su hijo(a) en este curso si ACTUALMENTE están cursando grados 2 o 3. Se les dará
de baja a los estudiantes que se inscriben en un curso designado para un grado que no les corresponda.
Descripción: ¡Estoy emocionada por llevar a su hijo(a) en un viaje divertido en nuestra excursión de escuela de
verano! Pasaremos dos semanas aprendiendo las posturas de yoga y practicando actividades de atención
plena a través de los artes, artesanía y la narración. El yoga y la concienciación (mindfullness) van codo en
codo. El yoga es una práctica antigua, la cual ayuda a mejorar la flexibilidad, fuerza y el equilibrio, así como el
aumento de la capacidad de concentración, mejorar la concienca corporal y tu propia imagen, además de
reducir el estrés. La concienciación (mindfulness) ayuda a vivir en el presente y apreciar todas las cosas que
ocurriendo en el presente. También ayuda a reducir el estrés y ser más feliz, amable y tener más compasión
para los demás individuos. ¡Estoy emocionada por proveerle a su hijo(a) con las herramientas que utilizarán
para lograr esto! Cuota: $10.00 dólares. Por favor traigan una toalla o tapete de yoga.

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