MIDDLE SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL
First hour - 4:45-5:40
Second Hour - 5:45-6:40
Third Hour - 6:45-7:40
Annoucements/Clean-up - 7:45-8:15
7th Grade - 12th Grade
Please pick three choices from each hour for registering your child.
A first choice and two back-up options.
We try our best to arrange the first choice but classes fill-up and we will place you in your 2nd choice, the third choice is rarely used unless first choice is full and the second choice has been canceled due to lack of interest.
Most classes are limited to 12 students unless otherwise noted.
1ST HOUR CHOICES
Dinner Tonight - $60
Teacher – Wendy Anderson
Bring your crockpot to class and the teacher will have a fabulous new family recipe for your family to try that night. Hometeam night is always a very rough night to get dinner on the table, how amazing it would be to have dinner ready for you when you get home. Each child will assemble their own crockpot recipe and let it cook while they are at hometeam. Crockpots are required and food sensitivities are not recommended to take this class.
Essential Oils 101 - $30
Teacher - Linda McKinney
In this fun class we will be exploring the beautiful world of essential oils and how we can use them in our everyday life. Some projects on the list this semester include, roller balls, dryer balls, diffuser bracelet or necklace, chapstick and a homemade PooPourri and rice neck warmers. Along with these projects we will look at each oil used and some of the benefits each oil offers.
Games Class - $0 - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Teacher – Angie Radofski
Come play games with your friends, bring a game to share and hang out with friends.
Card Making - $10
Teacher – Amy Bennington
Card making is the craft of hand-making greeting cards. Many people with interests in allied crafts such as scrapbooking and stamping have begun to use their skills to start making handmade cards. Come join Mrs. Bennington to learn this fun craft and make cards for your friends and family.
Beginning Paint with Acrylics - $25 (7th-12th combined)
Teacher – Erin Brewster
In this class we will be learning about the wonderful world of acrylics. Each week we will go over a continue learning new technique or concept and create a masterpiece. Some of the topics we will go over are, custom color mixing, atmospheric perspective, making chromatic black, using a pallet knife, acrylic mediums and properly caring for our brushes.
Dystopian before it was cool? (Grades 8th-12th) - $0
Teacher - Tammy Foster
This class will be a literature study on the book Animal Farm and the book Fahrenheit 451. We will do Animal Farm first and it is the responsibility of the family to purchase/borrow the book. The first week we meet the child should have read the first chapter of Animal Farm. **Warning - Fahrenheit 451 does have a few curse words said by the characters. Please message Tammy Foster for any questions or concerns regarding the book choices.
2ND HOUR CLASSES
Calligraphy - $10
Teacher - Deb Saul
Come learn fancy old fashioned writing. This class will be offered at the same time as States and Capitals for grades 4-6th, whichever class gets more interst will be the class to run.
Instapot Class - $30 - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Teacher – Wendy Anderson
Learn how to use your instapot and make yummy dishes in a very quick and efficient device. Our teacher will teach the kids how to get the most out of their instapot. Make economical recipes and get the most out of your instapot.
Studying the Masters Acrylic Class - $25
Teacher - Erin Brewster
We're going mini in this class. This semester we will look at some of the greats and recreate their art work as well as create out own masterpieces... on mini canvases. This class is open only to those who have already completed the Masters acrylics class last semester.
Historical Conquest – $15
Teacher – Tammy Foster
Historical Conquest™ is a unique and exciting card game in which players create personalized societies of heroes, villains, leaders, assassins, disasters, armies more from history and battle them against one another. Each card is complete with fantastic illustrations and intriguing summaries of people, places, and events from history. The abilities of each card used in the game relate to the abilities these individuals had during their lives. Due to the diversity of the cards, the possibilities are endless!
With the onslaught of video games and television, many young people have lost interest in learning. The words and lessons of the heroes of the past have lost their flavor for our youth. Historical Conquest™ was created with the mission to bring history back into the lives of children through exciting game play. The game entices youth to learn more through fascinating descriptions of historical events, peoples, and places as they engage in epic battles and heroic adventures. Class cost includes a starter pack for each player.
Pokemon Trading – $0 - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Teacher – Angie Radofski
Bring your own cards to trade and battle. There will be 2 teacher decks pre-made to learn how to battle if you are new and would like to learn. Have fun learning more about Pokemon with friends.
US Constitution - $10
Teacher – Victoria Dwyer
In this year-long video based course was created using ONLY primary source documents; allowing students to read exactly what our founders & founding documents state. No opinion or summaries are present. Students learn about events and views of our founders leading up to the first draft of the Constitution. This gives students a contextual understanding of the words written. This class is worth 1 full semester credit hour for High School Civics or Government. Students will receive a graduation certificate at the end of the full year course.
3rd HOUR CHOICES
Foundations of Freedom - $0
Teacher – Becky Walters
Full year – course If there was ever a critical time to rediscover the vision, passion, and wisdom of those who laid the foundation of our nation, it's now! Join historian David Barton with special guests including Glenn Beck and Michele Bachmann as they explore America's law and judicial system; biblically based economics; government; freedoms; and more. Dove faith-friendly. Closed-captioned. Eighteen sessions on three slipcased DVDs.
**This is a class that will be based on popularity against Girls of the Word, the one with most participants will run.
**Girls of the Word - $0 - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Teacher – Becky Walters
Do you love the Bible, but not sure how to study it? Mrs. Walters wants to teach you how to truly “study” the Bible. This class if for Girls only.
**This is a class that will be based on popularity against Foundations of Freedom, the one with most participants will run.
Gym - $0
Teacher - Jonathan Wagner
Come have some fun and learn some team sports, dodgeball, basketball, soccer, floor hockey and more. Wear gym clothes and bring your tennis shoes and prepare to sweat.
Babysitting Boot Camp - $10
Teacher - Wendy Anderson
We are utilizing the Red Cross Babysitting Training book and the What to Expect Babysitting book.
Excerpt from What to expect Babysitting book -
Answers to the questions sitters ask most:
The parents want me to pick up their newborn every time he cries—won’t that spoil him?
A child who comes over for play dates always makes a terrible mess and never helps to clean up. What can I do?
The girl I baby-sit for tripped and got a bump on her head. What’s the best way to tell the parents?
I take care of a six-month-old and a three-year-old with completely different sleeping patterns. How do I juggle naptimes?
Packed with information and insight, the What to Expect Baby-Sitter’s Handbook covers all the basics and so much more. How to keep a child safe and what to do in an emergency. The top five reasons babies cry, and eleven surefire ways to calm them down. Taming temper tantrums and tempting the finicky eater. How to talk to a baby and how to get a toddler talking. Bathing, potty training, sibling disputes, time-outs—and how to make the family-sitter relationship a happy one. Plus, a special fill-in section where parents can write down what they think is important for sitters to know about their kids.
Challenge Island – (7th -8th) - $45
Teacher – Mike & Michelle Peterson
PROGRAM OVERVIEW: The world’s #1 STEM/STEAM enrichment program for ages 4-14, Challenge Island is a high-energy, hands-on fusion of two important areas of learning:
STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math)
21st Century Skills (communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, flexibility, sociability, initiative, leadership, perseverance/grit, public speaking)
…combined into exciting hands-on team-based workshops each week, where students work together in “tribes” of 4-6 to tackle exciting challenges using only the materials in their treasure chest and their boundless imaginations.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this Challenge Island course, we’ll take on the world of entrepreneurship, and focus on a different type of business each week, ranging from candy stores to pet shops to Halloween stores and more. Each week, we’ll learn about different entrepreneurs and their path to success, and we’ll tackle STEAM challenges related to each week’s business. For 7th-8th grade students, we’ll add in some additional challenges such as a stock market simulation and also laying out the plan (strategy, marketing, revenue & expenses, etc.) for a business they would like to start up someday!
Stossel in the Classroom - $0
Teacher – Tammy Foster
Stossel in the Classroom videos are created to encourage critical thinking in schools. By making it easy for teachers to include a fresh perspective in their classroom, these videos have inspired millions of students to expand their understanding of free markets, and of life.
Yearbook - $0
Teacher – Lora Saul/Erin Brewster
We oversee creating the yearbook for Hometeam. This Is an important job of gathering pictures, putting them in the proper folders, making the pages and verifying we have all the students individual pictures.
Block Printing - $20 - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Teacher – Deb Saul
Learn how to carve out rubber stamps and make your own designs. Block printing is a traditional form of printmaking that utilizes handmade stamps: i.e. wood, linoleum, rubber, or many other materials. Artists carve images into the material with special carving tools and then transfer the impression onto paper or fabric using inks, dyes, and other paint resources.
**This class will be based on popularity against K-3 Dino Discovery - Whichever class has more interest will be the class to run.