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Pumpkinpalooza

With the hybrid school schedule, teachers are in virtual meetings after school each day, so the classes will be running from 3:30-4:45 rather than starting at 2:45. If your child attends school on 'B' days (Tuesday), they will need to be picked up/ride the bus home after school on Tue., Oct. 20 and be brought back at 3:30 for the class. 


Ms. Depuydt and Ms. Eyler have requested that students be dropped off promptly at 3:30 and picked up at 4:45 in the South Loop. The teachers will escort students from the loop to the classroom and back out to be picked up at the end of the class.

Pumpkinpalooza

Grades K-1. Let’s take a STEAMy (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) approach to exploring pumpkins as we investigate the many ways pumpkins can be used for learning and for fun. We will create pumpkin art, make a pumpkin mess, and perhaps even read a pumpkin story or two. Min. 4, max. 8.  

Mariah Eyler & Kim Depuydt

Tue., Oct. 20, 3:30-4:45 p.m., Drop off and pick-up in South Loop; teachers will escort students to the classroom and walk them out afterwards, Register by Oct. 12, $10 CY-F02

 

 

Leaves are Falling! Winter’s Calling!  

Grades K-1. Your five senses help you understand the world around you. How do animals know it is time to hibernate into their winter homes? How do animal tracks help you know which animals have visited an area? Through inquiry and hands-on investigation, we will pay close attention to how the sights and sounds of fall help animals and humans appreciate the season and prepare themselves for winter. Min. 4, max. 8.

Mariah Eyler & Kim Depuydt

Tue., Nov. 17, 3:30-4:45 p.m., Drop off and pick-up in South Loop; teachers will escort students to the classroom and walk them out afterwards, Register by Nov. 9, $8 CY-F03

 

 

Frosty Fun, Here We Come!  

Grades K-1. Let it snow! Have you ever wondered how snowflakes are formed?  Why are snowflakes large on some days and small on others? Join us as we explore snow through the lens of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) by answering some of these common questions through projects, experiments, and hands-on exploration. Please bring snow pants, boots, coats, hats, and mittens. Min. 4, max. 8.

Mariah Eyler & Kim Depuydt

Tue., Dec. 15, 3:30-4:45 p.m., Drop off and pick-up in South Loop; teachers will escort students to the classroom and walk them out afterwards, Register by Dec. 7, $8 CY-F04

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