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Kinder-5th Grade 2024/2025 course offerings

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ARISS Project Hub

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Content Area:

Science

Course Length:

Yearlong - Current!

Course Type:

TNW Employee Led Club

Course Day and Time:

N/A

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Asynchronous/Field Trip Opportunities

Location:

Virtual/Field trip locations vary

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Some field trips may have a small admission fee.

ARISS Project Hub: Embark on an extraordinary educational journey with the ARISS Project Google Classroom Hub! This classroom offers a variety of engaging space-themed projects and field trips to key scientific sites, with both virtual and in-person opportunities available. Students will explore space science and technology and have the unique chance to directly communicate with an astronaut aboard the ISS. From September to December 2024, we will use amateur radio to relay questions—previously submitted and voted on by students—during a special communication window. The exact date and time of the communication will depend on the ISS's location and schedule and will be announced once scheduled!

Kori Dunn

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Optional

Grades:

Coding Club

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

In person only

Course Day and Time:

Thursday 2:00pm-3:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

LCC

Location:

LCC

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Coding Club is based on the Girls Who Code program, who sponsors us - but welcome all genders to learn and code with us. You will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. We will explore coding and computer science with a variety of materials and resources - beginner level and up through tutorials, robots, Arduino, snap circuits, board games, and more. We have tutorials in Scratch, Python, Swift, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Czarena Krell

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Bowling; for the social Bowler

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Semester 1, Semester 2

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Thursdays 4:00pm- 5:30pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

In person only

Location:

In-Person Offsite, Emerald Lanes 140 Oakway Rd, Eugene, OR 97401

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$75 per semester

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This is an opportunity for TNW students to come together and have a social gathering while participating in a physical activity of Bowling. Elective Credit is available for High School Students that choose to participate in additional bowling outside of class.

Travis Tubbs

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Yoga and Flexibility

Grades:

5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 4:00pm-4:50pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

$50 or less for course material: Yoga mat, and optional: Yoga Block, Yoga bolster, and/or yoga strap

This course is designed to introduce students to the principles and practices of yoga, focusing on developing strength, flexibility, and breath control. Students will explore various yoga techniques, postures, breathwork, and mindfulness exercises. Although yoga can be part of a belief system or spiritual practice, this course is exclusively secular and focused on physical development and stress relief.

Dustin Degeorge

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Tribal History, Shared History (3-5)

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

Social Science

Course Length:

Semester 2

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

Monday 11:00am-11:50am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

$20 for course material

This course will focus on the nine federally-recognized tribes of Oregon. Using ODE’s Tribal History/Shared History curriculum we will engage in lessons across multiple subject areas: social studies (Oregon history, geography, and cultural studies), science (geology of Oregon, seasonal rounds, salmon), and language arts (storytelling, informational text reading, discussion). In addition to our weekly class meetings, there will be additional “at-home” assignments to complete in between classes.

Erin White

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

Save the Earth!

Grades:

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade

Content Area:

Science

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 10:00am-11:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

No more then $50 for books and school supplies

This NGSS-aligned course combines ideas from earth, life, and physical sciences with current climate science data. Students will build in-depth knowledge of climate change factors and concepts, clarifying their origins, and emphasizing their scientific and social significance. Students will be empowered through the exploration of ideas, solutions and hope for the future. Together we can save the Earth!

Erin White

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

Black History 3rd-5th

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

Social Science

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

Monday 9:00am-10:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This Black History course is intended to develop an understanding of the history, causes, and consequences of the African American experience and its influence on the world, the United States, and the African American community. Beginning with an exploration of the African continent and ancient Africa, this course will provide an overview that will introduce students to the study of Black History.

Heather Millehrer-Huerta

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Minecraft 3-5

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Social Science, Science, Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Thursday 12:00pm-1:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This Minecraft EDU course for 3rd-5th grade students offers an immersive and interactive learning experience across various academic subjects. In the first quarter, students delve into basic coding, developing computational thinking and problem-solving skills. The second quarter focuses on English Language Arts, where storytelling standards are explored through creative Minecraft projects. The third quarter is dedicated to science, particularly the study of animals and their habitats. Finally, the course culminates in a social studies unit, where students recreate historical Oregon monuments, fostering an appreciation of local history and culture. During the year we will develops critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration skills!

Kori Dunn

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Minecraft 3-5 Asynchronous

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Social Science, Science, Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

N/A

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Asynchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Explore the wonders of Minecraft in our asynchronous class for grades 3-5! This online course operates entirely through Google Classroom, where you'll find engaging video tutorials and Minecraft challenges. There are no live class sessions, allowing you to learn and create at your own pace. You'll post your projects on a structured schedule, sharing your progress with classmates and receiving supportive feedback. I'll be available to provide guidance and will host monthly office hours for any real-time questions or troubleshooting. Get ready for a fun and interactive learning adventure!

Kori Dunn

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

VEX GO Robotics Elementary

Grades:

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

Science, Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

TNW Employee Led Club

Course Day and Time:

Thursday 2:00pm-3:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

In person only

Location:

LCC

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

There will be a $75 allotment deduction for the year (to help offset the costs of parts purchases, upgrades, and entry fees).

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This class teaches the fundamentals of STEM through fun, hands-on activities with plenty of room to grow! Students will work in pairs or teams to design, build and code their own robots. This is a non-competitive class with guidance and encouragement from other students. They will also have the chance to see what the older students work on in their VEX IQ teams!

Kim Good

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Elementary Theater

Grades:

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Thursday 11:00am-12:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

In person only

Location:

LCC

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$75 to offset the purchase of props, costumes, art supplies, etc.

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This is a theater class for young kiddos who are interested in learning more about performing in front of an audience! We will learn about vocal projection, blocking for a performance, tricks for learning lines, improv and exercises to help with performance. Students will work towards creating a production to perform in front of an audience.

Kim Good

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Creative Writing and Art Through Author Studies

Grades:

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 10:00am-11:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Tomie dePaola, Peter H Reynolds, Lois Ehlert, Laura Numeroff. The list goes on and on! In this course we will study and celebrate beloved children’s authors and illustrators. We will let their storytelling magic inspire us as writers to develop our own creative writing pieces and bring them to life with illustrations and art projects.

Lindsey Daggett

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Elementary Math 2/3

Grades:

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade

Content Area:

Math

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Monday and Wednesday 2:00pm-2:45pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This course is for all mathematicians ready to explore more about elementary math concepts. Support will be given and hands-on manipulatives will be used so all students can succeed at math. We will cover most strands of math for 2nd and 3rd graders including: Operations and algebraic thinking, number and operations in base 10, fractions, geometry and measurement & data. We will put our math skills to work in real world experiences and students will help construct the projects they would like to work on.

Lindsey Daggett

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Cooking Around the World

Grades:

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

TNW Employee Led Club

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 12:30pm-1:30pm
Dates of club meetings:
9/24, 10/8, 10/22
11/12, 12/10, 1/14, 1/28
2/11, 2/25, 3/11
4/8, 4/22, 5/13, 5/27

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

In person only

Location:

LCC

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$85 for ingrediants and classroom material

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Chefs in training will learn to recognize and use tools and appliances in the kitchen, read recipes and labels, taste test and share the joy of cooking. We will make our way through the world sampling new flavors and spices and using them in a weekly recipe. Recipes will come home each week so students can recreate for their family.

*This is a repeating course and priority will be given to students who have not yet taken this class.

Lindsey Daggett

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Beginning Spanish 1

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

Monday and Wednesday 9:00am-10:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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¡Hola! Let’s celebrate and learn together the Spanish language. This class for young learners will focus on basic language acquisition through music, art, stories, games, conversation and culture. Students will spend time speaking and listening to the language in class and spark an interest in language learning and inspiration to use it! This course is designed for students with no previous experience in the language. There is a $5 fee to have access to the curriculum and app we will use. Use of a printer is needed to access the curriculum.

Lindsey Daggett

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

Elementary Math 4/5

Grades:

4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

Math

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Monday and Wednesday 12:30pm-1:30pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

---

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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This course is for all mathematicians ready to explore more about elementary math concepts. Support will be given and manipulatives will be used so all students can succeed at math. We will cover most strands of math for 4th and 5th graders including: Operations and algebraic thinking, number and operations in base 10, fractions, geometry and measurement & data. We will put our math skills to work in real world experiences and students will help construct the projects they would like to work on and create.

Lindsey Daggett

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Beginning Spanish 2

Grades:

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

Monday & Wednesday 10:30am-11:30am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Homework Required Outside of Class: Yes - about one hour per week
Course description: ¡Bienvenidos! Let’s continue to celebrate and learn together the Spanish language. This class for young learners will focus on continued language acquisition through music, art, stories, games, conversation and culture. Students will spend time speaking and listening to the language in class and continue to develop their skills of writing in Spanish. This course is intended for students who have completed Beginning Spanish 1 and are eager to work on gaining more fluency with the language. There is a $5 fee to have access to the curriculum and app we will use. Use of a printer is needed to access the curriculum.

Lindsey Daggett

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

SoOR Cohort 4th/5th Grade

Grades:

4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Social Science, Science, Math

Course Length:

Semester 1, Semester 2

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 10am-3pm. 12-week fall session, September- November and 12-week spring session March- May.

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

In person only

Location:

JCC [SoOR]

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$25 to cover course material and art supplies

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Students will meet in person once a week to explore, learn, and play together. The first part of the day will be taught by Mr. Baltazar while the second half of the day will be taught by Ms. Sorce. These mixed-age classes will include STEAM based projects, Native American studies, Oregon Trail exploration, along with mini-lectures and direct instruction from the teacher. Students will have the opportunity to create projects, make observations, and record data. Students will also be encouraged to share their work during each class period. The goal is to motivate students by offering them opportunities to show what they can do with what they are learning. For home-based educators these activities will extend learning, integrate core subject areas, and provide options for quarterly work samples in science, math, social studies, and art.

Miguel Baltazar

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

OBOB (Grades 3-5)

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 9:00am-10:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Students can purchase books with their allottment or use their local library

Is it a class? Is it a club? Well, it's actually it’s a team! Our objective is to read the list of books designated for the OBOB 3-5 teams next year and remember as much of the content as possible. We'll meet weekly to work on trivia until we're out of the competition, whether that is regionals or state. NOTE: Technically this is likely to be a Q1-3 class. We'll meet for the whole first semester, but regionals are in March and state is in April. We might not meet at all in Q4, but if we do it will only be in the beginning of the month.

Reminder: An OBOB team consists of 4 members and we can bring along a 5th member as an alternate. Beginning in second semester, we’ll need to have determined who those 5 students are, so if more than 5 students enroll we will determine which students have read the most books and remember the most trivia, and we will have some students that don’t get to go to competition. So while OBOB is not graded, there is a merit-based aspect.

Myra Breen

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

Rocket Readers! Grades 2-3

Grades:

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Monday and Wednesday 12:30pm-1:30pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Rocket into reading success! This class will focus on reading strategies and activities that help readers who would like extra support to enhance and develop their reading skills. Students will receive guidance and strategies to develop and strengthen their individual reading abilities. Mondays and Wednesdays 12:30-1:30

Mandy Robison

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

A Slice of Art

Grades:

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

2nd Thursday of the month 1:00pm-2:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Art supply list

Come join in on the fun with an engaging art lesson that will allow students to tap into their imagination and creative expression! Students will have the opportunity to create a different piece of art using a variety of methods and styles each time that we meet. This club will meet once a month.

Mandy Robison, Co-taught by April Tubbs

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Art Experience

Grades:

2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Semester 1

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Wednesday 9:30am
Dates of in person tours: 10/2/24, 11/6/24, 12/4/24, 1/22/25
Dates of virtual art classes: 9/18/24, 10/16/24, 11/20/24, 1/8/25

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

In-Person Offsite

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Estimated $25 for museum entrance fees

This class will meet 1-2 times per month. There will be an in person guided tour at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene on the University of Oregon campus each month.
Each tour will focus on a different theme with an art making activity in the art studio after the museum tour. The themes include: Artful Animals, Asia Explorers, Design Thinking, and Art and Culture. All tours are on Wednesdays and begin at 9:30am with a 50-minute tour to be followed by a 50-minute art making activity in their studio. The visit will take 2 hours. We will also meet virtually on another Wednesday of the month for a guided art lesson from the museum.

Mandy Robison

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Gr. 3-5 Storyteller

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Elective

Course Length:

Semester 1, Semester 2

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Every other Wednesday 11:00am-11:30am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$30 semester for the Storyteller fee

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Students will have the opportunity to listen to a local storyteller, Kelly Terwilliger. Kelly tells stories from all over the world as well as ones she’s made up herself. She can keep you mesmerized as your mind follows her words and you dream up pictures in your head. She also loves to involve listeners in her story-making. If you aren’t helping to name characters in the story, you may well be inventing alternate endings or the story’s “sequel”. Through listening, discussions and prompts this engaging and fun activity will exercise students' creative and critical thinking. Storytelling fosters language development and an interest in reading and writing.

Mandy Robison

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Rocket Readers! Grades 4-5

Grades:

4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Monday and Wednesday 2:00pm-3:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

---

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Rocket into reading success! This class will focus on reading strategies and activities that help readers who would like extra support to enhance and develop their reading skills. Students will receive guidance and strategies to develop and strengthen their individual reading abilities.

Mandy Robison

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Rocket Readers! Gr. K-1

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Semester 1 and Semester 2 (repeating content, students should only enroll in one (1) semester)

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Monday 11:00am-11:45am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

---

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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K-1 students will have an awesome time learning and practicing skills for beginning readers!
A Literacy Adventure for K-1 Students is a game-based program that teaches students key foundational literacy skills. It includes interactive games that offer opportunities for students to learn and practice skills for beginning reading, including phonological awareness, letter-sound/letter name correspondence, phonics, spelling, vocabulary, sight words, and reading comprehension. Students will participate in lessons that support the concepts introduced in the game. The lessons introduce the concepts in a different way and provide opportunities for the application of early literacy concepts after playing the games.

Mandy Robison

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

K-2 Storytelling

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Elective

Course Length:

Semester 1, Semester 2

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Every other Wednesday from 10:30am-11:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

LCC/Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$30 semester for the Storyteller fee

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Students will have the opportunity to listen to a local storyteller, Kelly Terwilliger. Kelly tells stories from all over the world as well as ones she’s made up herself. She can keep you mesmerized as your mind follows her words and you dream up pictures in your head. She also loves to involve listeners in her story-making. If you aren’t helping to name characters in the story, you may well be inventing alternate endings or the story’s “sequel”. Through listening, discussions and prompts this engaging and fun activity will exercise students' creative and critical thinking. Storytelling fosters language development and an interest in reading and writing.

Mandy Robison

Instructor:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Creative Artists

Grades:

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 9:00am-10:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Estimated $65 per student per semester, $130 for the year

In this art class, we will look at various children's illustrators, famous artists and their style of art. We will discuss different techniques each artist uses and create our own unique pieces in their likeness. This class will run for two semesters and each one will focus on a different art medium; watercolor, chalk pastel, acrylic paint, charcoal, colored pencils, etc. You will need to have specific art materials available for each class and purchase supplies at the start of the semester. Supplies for this class can be purchased with your allotment. Roughly $65 per semester. There will be times when your student will be asked to finish the project after class as well as present their pieces to the group.

Shannon Reilly

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Mixed Media Art

Grades:

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade

Content Area:

Elective

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 12:00pm-1:00pm

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

$65 per semester for art supplies

Do you love creating all types of art? Then you will love this class! We will explore different art mediums from drawing and acrylic paint to 3D sculpture. We will learn about famous and contemporary artists and the techniques they use as well as color theory, paint mixing and many other techniques artists use. We’ll celebrate one another's work and create a community of artists. You will need to have specific art materials available for each class and purchase supplies at the start of the semester. The cost is roughly $65 per semester and you can purchase the supplies with your allotment. There will be times when your student will be asked to finish the project after class as well as present their pieces to the group.

Shannon Reilly

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Story Writing Together

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 10:15am-11:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$20 for a print copy of the class book

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Does your child love stories? In this class, we will write and publish a group story together! First, we will read various picture books and investigate what makes a good story. We will discuss story elements and let the mentor texts guide us in our own study in creating our own book. The main project will be to create a group story, illustrate it and have it "published”. Parents will need to send students writing in the mail when the book is finished and have access to a printer. Cost of the class is $20 and will automatically come out of your allotment.

Shannon Reilly

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Southern Oregon Learning Cohort, Grades 1-3

Grades:

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Social Science, Science, Elective, Social Emotional (SEL)

Course Length:

Semester 1, Semester 2

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

Tuesday 10am-3pm. 12-week fall session, September- November and 12-week spring session March- May.

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

In person only

Location:

JCC [SoOR]

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

$25 to cover course material and art supplies

Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

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Join us for a full day of student-led collaborative learning! Students in grades 1-3 will build friendships while developing academic skills in core content areas. Students will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of meaningful projects and engaging activities each week.

Shauna Sorce

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

No

Grades:

Southern Oregon Project Fair

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Social Science, Science, Math, Career Tech, Elective, Social Emotional (SEL)

Course Length:

Semester 1

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

January-February 2025 The course will happen via google meets until the in-person project fair on February 28, 2025.

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Asynchronous

Location:

In-Person Offsite

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

This will depend on the project each student chooses

If you would like to try out Project Based Learning, but aren’t sure how to get started or align standards with your work, this is a great class for you! Students will connect with me individually for advisory class at least 4 times via email or google meets. We will work together to organize a meaningful project and align standards with one main content area focus and at least 2 other content area integrations. Projects will target a specific audience by providing information or a service. Parent involvement will be high for younger students. We will have the opportunity to meet at the end of our class to show off our process and projects in person at the Applegate Library.

Shauna Sorce

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

Edventures!

Grades:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade

Content Area:

ELA, Social Science, Science, Math, Career Tech, Elective, Social Emotional (SEL)

Course Length:

Semester 1, Semester 2

Course Type:

Supplemental

Course Day and Time:

TBD- meets four Thursdays (11:00-12:00) and two Fridays (full day) each semester for a total of 6 meetings/semester.

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Hybrid

Location:

Various locations in Oregon

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Cost of field trips TBD

This class is based on fun and educational field trips! Each unit will include a google meet with an at home project or assignment, followed by an in-person field trip, a field trip reflection assignment, and a follow up google meet. Units will include academic standards integration and work sample opportunities. All field trip costs will be allotment eligible. Families will be responsible for travel expenses. Sign up for all 4 units or individual units. The class is limited to 15 students, but most trips will have room for more participants.

Shauna Sorce

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Sometimes

Grades:

Writing Basics

Grades:

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

Content Area:

ELA

Course Length:

Yearlong

Course Type:

Core curriculum

Course Day and Time:

This course is offered on either: Tuesday 9:00am-10:00am or
Wednesday 9:00am-10:00am

Core courses cover all content for that subject area for the year/semester, it is not required to have additional curriculum listed on the ILP while enrolled in these courses. ​

Supplemental courses are to be used alongside a full curriculum that will need to be listed on the ILP.

In Person:
Students must be able to come in person to the listed location to attend these courses. 
Hybrid:
Students can pick to attend either via zoom or in person must be available during the listed time. 
Online Asynchronous: 
These courses will send work out via email and students do not need to attend a live or virtual meeting to take part in these courses.
Online Synchronous:
Online Synchronous courses take place with a live instructor via Zoom.

Format:

Virtual Synchronous

Location:

Virtual

Automatic Allotment Deduction:

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Estimated Cost of Course Materials (Allotment Eligible):

Students can purchase books with their allottment or use their local library

In this class, young writers will build confidence and skill as they learn to share their creativity, thoughts, and ideas through writing. Class time will also incorporate games to build spelling and grammar skills, a quarterly book study, and guided writing assignments to complete on their own. This class will cover writing standards for these grade levels. Students will complete an informational report, opinion essay, and narrative piece throughout the year. This class makes writing fun and rewarding for all skill levels!

Sara Staton

Instructor:

Instructor Email:

Homework Required Outside of Class:

Yes, Consistently

Grades:

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