Tuesday Enrichment Ages 10-14
Tuesdays 9 AM- 1:30 PM
- 475 US dollars$475
- Irving Park Lutheran Church Gymnasium (diagonally across from church)
Our Spring Tuesday program meets from 9AM- 1:30PM, providing students with both academic enrichment and social development opportunities. This program will meet 10 times in the spring semester. Schedule: 9:00am- 9:15am drop off 9:15am- 9:30am morning meeting 9:30am- 10:00am homeroom 10:00am- 11:30am classroom rotation 11:30am-12:00pm lunch 12:00pm- 12:30pm open gym 12:30pm- 1:30pm activity rotation Dates: January- 17th , 24th , 31st February- 7th , 14th , 21st , 28th (no class) March- 7th , 14th , 21st , 28th Program Description Each day students will meet for morning meeting as a whole group and then break off into their age-based homerooms. During classroom rotation, each homeroom will rotate to one class each week. Classroom topics/lessons will be adjusted according to the homeroom’s student age, abilities, and interests. Students will learn together, collaborate on projects, work as a group or independently, make and create. Class themes will be Nature's Neighbor and Elements of City Design. See description below: Open gym is self directed. Students can choose with whom to socialize and what to play. Activity rotation will be put together by our teachers. We will either do whole group activities, small group activities, homeroom-based activities, or a blend of all/ any. Class Rotations Nature's Neighbor: As we make our way through winter and into spring, students will work through a seasonal nature study course with environmental science components. Each class will focus on a different topic exploring the how’s and why’s of our ever changing natural world, enabling us to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be nature’s neighbor. Elements of City Design: As we go through the semester, we will look at both modern cities and cities through time, learning about what elements are necessary for a successful city. Working individually and in groups, students will have the opportunity to design their own cities and communities. Our learning community will help plan the course of the semester as students are encouraged to take the lead of the class to learn, research and teach together.
We keep our classes small to enhance learning outcomes. Because of this, it is important that our classes are filled up with students that are committed to the class. If you have questions about a class, please contact us prior to signing up to make sure the class will meet your expectations. Classes can ONLY be dropped within the first two weeks of the semester. There is a $65 fee if dropped within the first week of class. There is an $80 fee if dropped within the second week of class. The remaining balance after dropping will be refunded. Classes CANNOT be dropped after the second week of scheduled classes. After the second week of scheduled classes no refund will be given. To drop a class please email email@example.com IPHG reserves the right to cancel any class. In the event IPHG cancels class is canceled before beginning, a credit to be applied for future semesters will be given. Credit will be for the value of the canceled class.
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