2015 Summer Programs

Class Locations:

​(CSP)

Central School Project

43 Howell Ave

Old Bisbee

​(BCP)
Bisbee City Pool
1 Quality Hill Rd.
Old Bisbee

(GE)
Greenway Elementary
Cole Ave
Bisbee - Warren

(SJ)
St. John's Episcopal
19 Sowles Ave
Old Bisbee

(BMH)
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
Old Bisbee

If you've never tried LEAP's Educational Camps before, now is the time!

Each child who registers for LEAP Pool Programs (swim camps, swim lessons, or jr. guard) can also sign up for 1 FREE educational (non-pool) camp this summer! Offer applies to any child who has never taken a LEAP Educational Program before & includes one-day workshops, as well as week-long & multi-week classes. To take advantage of this offer, you must contact Melanie Germond at (520) 234-7045 or leapbisbee@gmail.com to register & confirm class availability. 

 

Ages 2-4

 

Garden Tots • June 1-July 22  (Mondays & Wednesdays, 10am-12pm)

Children ages 2-4 join caregiver Patty Wells twice a week for gardening, art, cooking, stories, and playing in the beautiful enclosed garden at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Old Bisbee. Please send a change of clothes with your child, along with a hat, water bottle, and sunscreen.

INSTRUCTOR: Patty Wells • LOCATION: SJ • $15/week

 

Weekly Swim Lessons (Mondays-Wednesdays, 5-6pm)

​Session I: June 8-10 & 15-17 (M,T,W 5-6pm)………….... $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session II: June 22-24 & 29-July 1 (M,T,W 5-6pm)…....  $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session III: July 6-8 & July 13-15 (M,T,W 5-6pm)…....… $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session IV: July 20-22 & July 27-29 (M,T,W 5-6pm)....... $35/child (3-17 yrs)

(click here for information on the different swim levels)

 

Weekend Swim Lessons • (Saturdays & Sundays, 12-1pm)

Session I: June 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 (Sat,Sun 12-1pm)....$35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session II: July 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 (Sat,Sun 12-1pm)....$35/child (3-17 yrs)

 

Private Swim Lessons……………………………………......... $50 (any age)

​​Schedule at pool or email leapbisbee@gmail.com for more information.

 

 

Ages 5-8

Weekly Swim Lessons • (Mondays-Wednesdays, 5-6pm)

​Session I: June 8-10 & 15-17 (M,T,W 5-6pm)………….... $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session II: June 22-24 & 29-July 1 (M,T,W 5-6pm)…....  $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session III: July 6-8 & July 13-15 (M,T,W 5-6pm)…....… $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session IV: July 20-22 & July 27-29 (M,T,W 5-6pm)....... $35/child (3-17 yrs)

(click here for information on the different swim levels)

 

Weekend Swim Lessons • (Saturdays & Sundays, 12-1pm)

Session I: June 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 (Sat,Sun 12-1pm)....$35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session II: July 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 (Sat,Sun 12-1pm)....$35/child (3-17 yrs)

 

Private Swim Lessons……………………………………......... $50 (any age)

​​Schedule at pool or email leapbisbee@gmail.com for more information.

 

 

Swim Camp………………………….….………………………………………………………………….... June 1-July 31 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Campers receive extra supervision and will be assessed for skill level so that everyone can be safe and have fun. Snacks provided. Children attending other LEAP classes at Central School Project will walk with adult supervision to the pool at 3pm. Children may also join us at the pool - but they must be signed in by their parent/guardian, fill out emergency information forms & either pay at the pool or provide a receipt of online payment before being allowed to join the camp.  INSTRUCTORS: LEAP Lifeguards & Pool Staff  •  LOCATION: Bisbee Pool  •  $15/week

 

Mini-Maker Camps • Weeks 1 & 4-8 (Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 9am-10:30am)

Mini Makers work at their own pace to complete engineering & art projects designed to teach problem-solving using science, technology, engineering, arts & math (STEAM). During weeks 5-8, we will also do Math Games as part of Maker Camp from 9-9:30am.

INSTRUCTOR: LEAP Staff & Joy Walden •  LOCATION: Central School Project  •  $20/week

 

Beading Camp • Week 1 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Campers will learn an assortment of fun beading projects using different materials and techniques.

INSTRUCTOR:   Colleen Pardee  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Science Experiments • Weeks 1 & 4 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

Discoveries in cool chemical reactions & hands-on science experimentation fun!

INSTRUCTOR:   Evan Cook  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

Art Camp • Week 2 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

Creative adventures in drawing, painting, printmaking, and mixed media. (Wear clothes you can get messy!)   

INSTRUCTOR:   Sharon Lee  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

Greenway Garden & Murals Camp • Weeks 2 & 3 (Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm)

This fun camp at Greenway’s School Garden will integrate mural painting, gardening, games, song & dance! Students will need their own transportation to & from Greenway Elementary School each day. (Parent carpools back to Central School Project after class can be arranged.)

 INSTRUCTORS: Craig Bowie & Ashley Stanton  •        LOCATION:    Greenway Elementary  •  $50 each week

 

Cheer & Dance Camp • Week 3 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

A week of fun for boys & girls! Learn to Cheer like our very own Bisbee Puma Cheerleaders. Experience the use of poms and how new elements are created within a dance routine. Learn the proper jumps and arm motions to become Bisbee's next top Cheerleader!

 INSTRUCTOR: Olivia Loreto  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

French Camp • Week 4 (Monday-Thursday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Kids will learn to understand and use simple instructions, basic phrases, and vocabulary. Students are encouraged to interact in French during the class through numerous activities including stories, mini-projects, songs and educational games.  

INSTRUCTOR: Maggie Desbiens  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week (Mon.-Thurs.)

 

Field Trip to Rocking R Equine Learning Center • Week 4 (Friday, 9am-12pm)

Learn to handle the gentle horses and minis at Rocking R Ranch in activities such as grooming, being in the ring with the horse, feeding, or guiding the horse through an obstacle course. There is no riding allowed. Students will need their own transportation to & from Tombstone or make arrangements to participate in parent carpools from Central School Project.

INSTRUCTOR: Lilla DeLuca Barrett •        LOCATION:    Rocking R Equine Assisted Learning Center, Tombstone  •  $15 (Fri. only)

 

AZ Native Animals Workshop • Week 5 (Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Get up close to the various arthropod and reptile species that grace our deserts with this live animal workshop. No venomous reptiles or arthropods will be handled, but children are invited to handle many of the other animals to raise conservation awareness.

INSTRUCTOR: Adrien Radke •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $15 (Fri. only)

 

Tinkering • WEEK 5 (Monday-Thursday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Learn how every day appliances work and become more comfortable with hand tools through the disassembly of small appliances such as blenders, DVD players, phones, and toys. Then, we’ll attempt to put them back together, or combine them to create crazy creations!

INSTRUCTOR: Lori Hunter •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week (Mon.-Thurs. only)

 

Paleontology • WEEK 5 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

INSTRUCTOR: TBD  •  LOCATION: Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

Dance Camp • WEEK 6 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Children will build physical coordination & confidence in this creative dance camp. They will create their own imaginative movement sequences and dance phrases, while being introduced to the principles and foundations of contemporary dance technique.

INSTRUCTOR: Gina Jurek •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Costume Making • WEEK 6 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

Join local fashion designer, Jessi Jurek, and make costumes for the dances you create in Dance Camp earlier in the day!

INSTRUCTOR: Jessi Jurek •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

Chalk Art • WEEK 7 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Create a town, draw a parade, color Bisbee. Guided chalk adventures. Get ready to make some color on the ground. Plan to get messy.             

INSTRUCTOR: Sharon Lee •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Native Animals of Arizona Camp • WEEK 7 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

Learn about the various arthropod and reptile species that grace our deserts. Study various species and how to identify them, with a special focus on venomous species avoidance. Children are welcome to handle many of the animals that I bring in to raise conservation awareness. No venomous species will be handled.                                    INSTRUCTOR: Adrien Radke •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

Cupcake Camp • Week 8 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

In this five day camp kids will learn different techniques for making & decorating cupcakes. They will eat some of course… and the rest will be for the LEAP Extravaganza Celebration on Friday, July 24 to help raise money and awareness for LEAP’s cooking classes in the Fall.

INSTRUCTOR: Tazlina Shake & LEAP Staff •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

International Songs • Week 8 (Monday-Friday, 2-3pm)

Join Aleah Lindstrom for a fun-filled week of singing songs from different countries around the world. Learn about different cultures through song, stories, and games.          INSTRUCTOR: Aleah Lindstrom & LEAP Staff •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $25/week

 

 

Ages 9-12

 

Weekly Swim Lessons • (Mondays-Wednesdays, 5-6pm)

​Session I: June 8-10 & 15-17 (M,T,W 5-6pm)………….... $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session II: June 22-24 & 29-July 1 (M,T,W 5-6pm)…....  $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session III: July 6-8 & July 13-15 (M,T,W 5-6pm)…....… $35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session IV: July 20-22 & July 27-29 (M,T,W 5-6pm)....... $35/child (3-17 yrs)

(click here for information on the different swim levels)

 

Weekend Swim Lessons • (Saturdays & Sundays, 12-1pm)

Session I: June 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 (Sat,Sun 12-1pm)....$35/child (3-17 yrs)

Session II: July 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 (Sat,Sun 12-1pm)....$35/child (3-17 yrs)

 

Private Swim Lessons……………………………………......... $50 (any age)

​​Schedule at pool or email leapbisbee@gmail.com for more information.

 

 

Swim Camp………………………….….………………………………………………………………….... June 1-July 31 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Campers receive extra supervision and will be assessed for skill level so that everyone can be safe and have fun. Snacks provided. Children attending other LEAP classes at Central School Project will walk with adult supervision to the pool at 3pm. Children may also join us at the pool - but they must be signed in by their parent/guardian, fill out emergency information forms & either pay at the pool or provide a receipt of online payment before being allowed to join the camp.  INSTRUCTORS: LEAP Lifeguards & Pool Staff  •  LOCATION: Bisbee Pool  •  $15/week

                   

Maker Camps……………………………………………………….....WEEKS 1, 4, 7 & 8 (Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 9-10:30am)

Makers work in groups or individually to complete engineering & art projects designed to teach problem-solving using science, technology, engineering, arts & math (STEAM).                INSTRUCTOR: LEAP Staff •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $20/week

                   

Chalk Art …….……………………………………………….…………………………………………....WEEK 1 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Create a town, draw a parade, color Bisbee. Guided chalk adventures. Get ready to make some color on the ground. Plan to get messy.              

INSTRUCTOR: Sharon Lee •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

 

Greenway Garden & Murals Camp…………….……………………..…….Weeks 2 & 3 (Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm)

This fun camp at Greenway’s School Garden will integrate mural painting, gardening, games, song & dance! Students will need their own transportation to & from Greenway Elementary School each day. (Parent carpools back to Central School Project after class can be arranged.)

 INSTRUCTORS: Craig Bowie & Ashley Stanton  •        LOCATION:    Greenway Elementary •  $50 each week

 

Field Trip to Rocking R Equine Learning Center……………..……..…Week 4 (Friday, 9am-12pm)

Learn to handle the gentle horses and minis at Rocking R Ranch in activities such as grooming, being in the ring with the horse, feeding, or guiding the horse through an obstacle course. There is no riding allowed. Students will need their own transportation to & from Tombstone or make arrangements to participate in parent carpools from Central School Project.

INSTRUCTOR: Lilla DeLuca Barrett •        LOCATION:    Rocking R Equine Assisted Learning Center, Tombstone  •  $15 (Fri. only)

 

Bridges & Boats (Introduction to Engineering) ………………..………………………………..…Week 4 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

An engineering camp, for 9-12 year olds, that incorporates the principles of designing, building, and testing the integrity of a bridge structure. Participants will build a bridge and weight test it at the end of the program or build a boat and test it.

INSTRUCTOR: Joni Giacomino •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

3-D Mania ………………..………………………………………………………………………………………..…...Week 5 (Monday-Friday, 9-10:30am)

Explore Polyhedra and other solids using nets (patterns used to fold up into prisms, cones, etc...). We’ll measure dimensions and calculate surface area from the measurements for each solid. Then we will decorate each solid, fold them up, and make mobiles that balance! Class also open to students over age 12.                                          INSTRUCTOR: Trish Damon •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Bisbee Museum Camp ………………..……………………………………..……Weeks 5 & 6 (Monday-Thursday, 10:45-12:15pm)

Join the Carrie Gustavson, Director of the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, to work as a group to create your own museum! We’ll give a name. We’ll give it a purpose. We’ll build its collections and make our own exhibit! Then we’ll invite our friends and family to come and see just how much fun it is to build a museum exhibit using words and objects together to make a visual story.

 INSTRUCTOR: Carrie Gustavson •       LOCATION:    Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum •  $50/2 wk. class (Mon-Thurs only each wk.)

 

AZ Native Animals Workshop…………………………………………………………..….…Week 5 (Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Get up close to the various arthropod and reptile species that grace our deserts with this live animal workshop. No venomous reptiles or arthropods will be handled, but children are invited to handle many of the other animals to raise conservation awareness.

INSTRUCTOR: Adrien Radke •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $15 (Fri. only)

 

Advanced Jewelry Design …………………………………........................................................Week 5 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

For serious bead enthusiasts who would like to learn peyote stitch, wire bending, and combining unusual materials to make amazing jewelry. Class also open to students over age 12.   INSTRUCTOR:   Colleen Pardee  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Dance Camp…….……………………………………………….………………………………………….………WEEK 6 (Monday-Friday, 9-10:30am)

Build physical coordination & confidence, while being introduced to contemporary dance techniques such as jazz and hip-hop. Students will have the opportunity to work creatively together and devise a movement work of their own to perform later in the summer.                                                       

INSTRUCTOR: Gina Jurek •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Costume Design…….……………………………………………….……………………………...…..WEEK 6 (Monday-Friday, 10:45-12:15pm)

Join local fashion designer, Jessi Jurek, and design and make costumes for the dances you create in Dance Camp earlier in the day!

INSTRUCTOR: Jessi Jurek •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Rocketry…….……………………………………………….…………………………………………………...………….WEEK 6 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Learn about rocketry while you design, build, and launch your own model rocket at the end of the week. Watch your rocket soar and gauge the height of its peak! Class also open to students over age 12.

INSTRUCTOR: Joni Giacomino •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week + materials

 

Native Animals of Arizona Camp…….……………………..…………...WEEK 7 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Learn about the various arthropod and reptile species that grace our deserts. Study various species and how to identify them, with a special focus on venomous species avoidance. Children are welcome to handle many of the animals that I bring in to raise conservation awareness. No venomous species will be handled.           INSTRUCTOR: Adrien Radke  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

ASL Theater (American Sign Language)……………………...………………………………………..….WEEK 7 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Learn American Sign Language (ASL) through theater. We will be learning and performing short skits from children’s classics or skits created by the students in American Sign Language plus some key vocabulary for basic conversations.  Learn to sign the fun way, through theater. Class also open to students over age 12.            INSTRUCTOR: Liz Lockwood •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Acting Camp ………………………………………….…………………...……………………….……WEEK 8 (Monday-Friday, 10:45am-12:15pm)

Learn the basics of acting: stage presence, how to build a character, how to perform for an audience, staying in character, memorizing lines, practicing improvisation, and much more. Students will learn in a nurturing environment with a focus on fun. 

INSTRUCTOR: Nikki Heinrich •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Beginning Guitar & Ukulele ………………………………………….…………………………………..WEEKS 1-8 (Mondays, 2-3pm)

Learn simple chords, strums, and songs on ukulele or guitar. Bring your own instrument, or borrow one of LEAP’s cute little blue ukuleles!

INSTRUCTOR: Gregor Wingard •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/8 weeks

 

Creative Dance ………………………………………….………………………………………………………….………..WEEKS 1-8 (Tuesdays, 2-3pm)

A choreography-based class with an emphasis on creating and performing; introduction to technique through exercises and improvisation; all levels. Students will create & perform a piece for the LEAP Extravaganza at the end of the summer on July 24th.

INSTRUCTOR: Alison Williams •        LOCATION:    St. John’s Fellowship Hall, 19 Sowles Ave  •  $30/8 weeks

 

Reader’s Theater ………………………………………….……………………………………………………...….WEEKS 1-4 (Wednesdays, 2-3pm)

In Reader's Theater, students read-aloud scripts they’ve adapted themselves from short stories. Reading parts are divided among the readers. No memorization, costumes, or props are used. The focus is on reading the text with expressive voices and gestures.

INSTRUCTOR: Liz Lockwood •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $15/4 weeks

 

LEAP Book Club ………………………………………….……………………………………………………..….WEEKS 5-8 (Wednesdays, 2-3pm)

This four-week book club will read & discuss age-appropriate historical fiction books & stories that focus on life in the Middle Ages. Read out loud and share tales about heroes and villains, monsters and magicians, knights and minstrels, beggars and thieves.

INSTRUCTOR: Donna Gaab •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  FREE

 

Science Experiments with Gus & Nico………………..............................................WEEKS 1-8 (Thursdays, 2-3pm)

Electricity, explosions, magical physics and more controlled mayhem than you'll experience in any other science class! This course will explain, test, and bask in the glory of scientific and physical properties by conducting ludicrous experiments. Nico Hamilton and Gus Fredrickson, two aspiring swashbucklers, currently reside in Bisbee, AZ. When they are not attending high school, the duo can be found battling space pirates in the far reaches of the Galaxy.

INSTRUCTORS: Gus Fredrickson & Nico Hamilton  •   LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/8 weeks

 

Intro. to Media w/ KBRP’s Youth Media Project………………................WEEKS 1-8 (Fridays, 2-3pm)

‘Intro. To Media’ provides instruction in media literacy and production skills, which will prepare the student for advanced instruction through this partnership between LEAP and KBRP’s Youth Media Project. Students will learn how to organize, produce, and edit media content in KBRP’s Nancy Davies Youth Media Studio and produce content that will be used both on-air and online for KBRP.

INSTRUCTOR: Alison Williams & youth from KBRP's Youth Media Project  •  LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  FREE

 

LoST Games (Youth Role-Playing Game Group)……………………………….……………………Ongoing (Saturdays, 2:30-6:30pm)

LoST Games stands for League of Story Tellers, a youth table-top role-playing game group. In addition to being really fun, roleplaying games encourage positive social interaction, storytelling, and develop math skills.

INSTRUCTOR: Evan Cook •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  FREE

 

 

Ages 12+

 

Jr. Lifeguard………………......….......................................$30/child (12-15 yrs)

​​Schedule at pool or email leapbisbee@gmail.com for more information.

Note: Jr. Lifeguard uniform is a blue, black, or red one-piece or lifeguard cut swimsuit. Swimsuits that meet pool requirements can be found at www.thelifeguardstore.com

 

Private Swim Lessons……………………………………......... $50 (any age)

​​Schedule at pool or email leapbisbee@gmail.com for more information.

 

 

Acting 101 (For Teens Only)………………………………………….…………………………………WEEKS 2 & 3 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Learn acting skills from a working actor who has performed on stage, on television, and in commercials. Nikki owns an acting company in Sierra Vista where she teaches classes and has been trained in the Stanislavski Method of acting as well as various acting schools focusing on film and commercial work. You can find her work on her website:  www.nikkimichelleheinrich.com

INSTRUCTOR: Nikki Heinrich •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/each week

 

3-D Mania ………………..………………………………………………………………………………………..…...Week 5 (Monday-Friday, 9-10:30am)

Explore Polyhedra and other solids using nets (patterns used to fold up into prisms, cones, etc...). We’ll measure dimensions and calculate surface area from the measurements for each solid. Then we will decorate each solid, fold them up, and make mobiles that balance! Class also open to students under age 12.                                          INSTRUCTOR: Trish Damon •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Advanced Jewelry Design …………………………………........................................................Week 5 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

For serious bead enthusiasts who would like to learn peyote stitch, wire bending, and combining unusual materials to make amazing jewelry. Class also open to students under age 12.   INSTRUCTOR:   Colleen Pardee  •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Rocketry…….……………………………………………….…………………………………………………...………….WEEK 6 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Learn about rocketry while you design, build, and launch your own model rocket at the end of the week. Watch your rocket soar and gauge the height of its peak! Class also open to students under age 12.

INSTRUCTOR: Joni Giacomino •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week + materials

 

 

ASL Theater (American Sign Language)……………………...………………………………………..….WEEK 7 (Monday-Friday, 3:30-5pm)

Learn American Sign Language (ASL) through theater. We will be learning and performing short skits from children’s classics or skits created by the students in American Sign Language plus some key vocabulary for basic conversations.  Learn to sign the fun way, through theater. Class also open to students under age 12.            INSTRUCTOR: Liz Lockwood •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/week

 

Sewing Skills (For Teens & Adults)………………………………………….…………………WEEKS 1-8 (Mondays, 6pm-7:30pm)

Develop your sewing skills, and learn simple clothing construction. Create a portfolio demonstrating your sewing accomplishments.

INSTRUCTOR: Karen Schumacher •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  • $30/8 weeks

 

Intro. to Computer Hardware………………………………….…………………………WEEKS 1-8 (Tuesdays, 6pm-7:30pm)

Each class will focus on a different component of a desktop computer. The lessons will consist of first a definition for the component and then it's purpose and place inside the computer. The Final will consist of putting a desktop computer together and turning it on while describing the purpose and definition of each part.          INSTRUCTOR: Evan Cook •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/8 weeks

 

Beginning French (All ages)……………………………………..………………………………WEEKS 1-8 (Wednesdays, 6pm-7:30pm)

Learn to understand and use simple instructions, basic phrases, and vocabulary. Students are encouraged to interact in French during the class through numerous activities including literature, hands-on-projects, and educational games.  

INSTRUCTOR: Maggie Desbiens  •  LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/8 weeks

 

Intro. to Game Design…………………………………………………….………………………WEEKS 1-8 (Thursdays, 6pm-7:30pm)

Classes will focus on game design and will feature the students developing a simple game that will be peer tested as a final. Note: This game will be non-software driven.                                                     INSTRUCTOR: Evan Cook •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  $30/8 weeks

 

LoST Games (Youth Role-Playing Game Group)……………………………….……………………Ongoing (Saturdays, 2:30-6:30pm)

LoST Games stands for League of Story Tellers, a youth table-top role-playing game group. In addition to being really fun, roleplaying games encourage positive social interaction, storytelling, and develop math skills.

INSTRUCTOR: Evan Cook •        LOCATION:    Central School Project  •  FREE

 

 

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