5th Hour Electives
* Quiet Study Hall
-Quiet Study hall is for those whom want to read, work, etc in a quiet environment where we keep noise to a minimum.
* Fundamentals of Martial Arts
Teacher: Partnered with Wolfe Pack TKD
Wolfe Pack Taekwondo Students will learn a holistic form of Tae Kwon Do stressing the five fundamental tenets of Tae Kwon Do: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control and indomitable spirit taught in a supportive, positive environment. Our beginner classes target ages 6 to adult with little or no prior martial arts experience. Our advanced program is designed for students with a higher level of martial arts experience or those students who wish to work towards competitive sports martial arts such as fighting and board breaking.
SPECIAL CLASS PRICING - $160 per semester
* Guitar I
Teacher: Sheldon Clark
This class will take the younger students from basic sight reading and notes to playing a song. Starting on the 1st string on week one, string 2 on week two....continuing this pattern until week six on the 6th string. Next we will learn chords and progressions leading up to full songs. The primary goal of this class is to teach each student proper playing through proper practice and the joy of music achieved by reaching smaller goals (wins) and ultimately bigger goals (playing a full song).
$15 Supply Fee per Semester
* Fun Latin (Wed Only)
Teacher: Julie Cox
Fun Latin is geared for students in 3rd - 4th grade and will introduce them to the basics of the Latin language including vocabulary words, conjugation endings, declension endings, derivatives (English words that have Latin roots), and Latin sayings. Students will have lots of opportunities to practice what they are learning in class through games, activities, songs, and chants. This class will lay the foundation for students who would like to continue with a more serious study of Latin and provide exposure to the language from which many of our English words are derived. Homework will consist of workbook pages and vocabulary flash card review.
Fun Latin Curriculum:
*Latina Christiana Student Book 1 Fourth edition ($16.00)
*Latina Christiana Pronunciation CD Fourth edition ($8.95)
* Special Help with Reading
Teacher: Tiffani Scott
This class is for the kiddo who is struggling with reading. We will use different methods as well as reading from different kinds of things. We go over mechanics as well as trying to pinpoint what the struggle is.
This class is adaptive, meaning I will adjust as we go, and I learn their learning style and levels. There is no curriculum to purchase but I do ask for a $20 supply fee.
This class will work well for kiddos on the spectrum, who maybe do not write well or do well in structured settings. I do not allow ANY sort of bullying and go over this from day one. In my classes I talk about how we all learn in different levels and ways.
* Ballet Dance
Teacher: Jessica Girourad
No prior dance experience required. Dancers will start with the fundamentals of classical ballet including, but not limited too, fun exercises at the barre, the middle of the floor, and across the floor. Students will gain confidence, poise and focus from this class, as well as flexibility and strength.
Dress code: Comfortable clothes that can be danced in, no jeans or baggy clothes please. A leotard, tights and skirt is recommended, but not required!
* Art Composition (Mon Only)
Teacher: Penny S. Burt
We will be covering the Elements of Composition. The first 8 classes will cover the 7 elements of composition: Line, Shape, Pattern, Texture, Balance, Gray Value and Color with two classes on color. The following classes will be media based, such as watercolor, pencils, pastels, etc. Artists through history will be introduced as they are relevant to the subject being covered.
Supply fee: $25 per semester
* IEW Level A (Mon Only)
Teacher: Julie Cox
IEW Level A: No previous writing experience is necessary for this introductory level
writing class! Writing doesn’t have to be boring and burdensome. This class will
introduce students to a method of writing in which they can have immediate success
while providing writing content that is interesting and fun! This introductory writing class
is geared for 3rd-5th grade students using the Institute for Excellence in Writing Teaching:
Structure and Style curriculum. Students will be introduced to a method of writing
based on modeling, imitation, and coaching. Seven structural models will be introduced
to students this year, along with several stylistic techniques that will help to improve
your student’s writing abilities. By using this method of “text reconstruction” students can focus on how to write instead of getting bogged down over what to write. We will be
using IEW’s All Things Fun & Fascinating book along with IEW’s Portable Walls:
Grammar on the Go. (Please note that while all instruction will be done in class, parent
involvement will be necessary at home.)
IEW Level A Curriculum:
●All Things Fun & Fascinating ($29.00)
●Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go ($7.00)
* Nature Explorers
Teacher: Jennifer Miser
Similar to the Nature Anatomy Class offered to older grades, this class will be tailored to meet elementary students on their level exploring the natural world and developing a love for nature and exploration.
Mesh Collection Sack
“Small Adventures Journal”:
Purchase Link HERE
Teacher: Alex Hughes
This class provides students with the opportunity to learn a variety of games, sports, and sport related movements as well as health and fitness education. Emphasis is placed on active participation and good sportsmanship during fitness and sport activities. Get ready for fun and exercise!
* Elementary Choir
Teacher: Elizabeth Alpert
Students will develop:
The ability to follow a conductor/director.
The ability to sing in 2-3 part harmony (possibly 4 part for 9th-12th)
Basic concepts of sight-singing
Students will learn:
Singing in different styles of music.
An introduction to show choir (5th-8th and 9th-12th)
The different voice types.
How to praise the Lord through song!
3 Ring Binder
Supply Fee: $10