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Language Arts

Spelling, Vocabulary & Reading Comprehension

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Teacher: Tiffany Scott

Offered Mondays - 2nd Hour and 4th Hour OR Wednesdays - 6th Hour

BJU Press Vocabulary Level A & B

Level A introduces seventh graders to etymology as a means of discovering the meanings of words. Students study Latin roots, prefixes, and suffixes to learn recognition of word families. Students also study synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms as well as positive and negative context clues to determine word meaning.

Vocabulary: Level B continues to build vocabulary, focusing on the study of Latin root words and presenting new vocabulary in word families that share a prefix, root, or suffix. The worktext provides many reinforcement exercises to help students retain vocabulary words.

Abeka Reading Comprehension 6

Evaluate your child’s reading comprehension with 42 timed reading exercises. Each story comes with a specified amount of time in which to read and 10 comprehension questions to answer. Stimulate your child’s reading interest with a wide variety of topics that are discussed.

Abeka Adventures In Greatness Speed & Comprehension Reader

Help boost your child’s reading speed and comprehension with Adventures in Greatness. These selections display famous people like Jonathan Goble, Chappie James, William Carey, Mary Slessor, and more. Each story lists the number of words in the selection and includes a removable quiz to test your child’s understanding of the passage. 

Supplies:

Level A or B IEW Writing Class: 7-8th Grade

Wednesdays

ONLY

Teacher: Chris Pudewa

Offered 4th Hour (Level A) or 6th Hour (Level B)

This course will cover the IEW structural Units 1-7 including both narrative and creative models as well as report and research projects. The instructor will provide a variety of interesting and appropriate source texts and subjects for writing, and while working through the units, introduce a variety of stylistic techniques to aid in expanding vocabulary and reinforcing grammar concepts. This class will help to equip students to create more descriptive and effective compositions while simultaneously providing them with the tools they need to be more critical thinkers.

Supply List:

  • A three ring 2” binder.

  • 5 binder divider tabs

  • College ruled paper

  • Pens

Novel Writing

Mondays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 4th Hour

This is a class that makes writing fun! Kids earn badges (stickers) as they learn about genre, conflict, villains, heroes, setting, and plot. By the time they have a blank page in front of them, they have a detailed plan and lots of material to begin writing. The first semester focuses on the mechanics and coming up with ideas for plot and characters. The second semester will be mostly writing, but there will also be a lesson and, of course, help with their writing.

 

Supplies:

JH English Comp

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Teacher: Samantha Floyd

Offered Mondays - 1st Hour & 4th Hour OR Wednesdays - 4th Hour

BJU Press Writing & Grammar 8

Writing & Grammar 8 Student Worktext presents clear instruction and offers plenty of practice in writing and grammar, including an overview of the writing process and many focused writing activities. Writing & Grammar 8 reviews the eight parts of speech, five basic sentence patterns, usage, and mechanics, and discusses grammar elements such as participles, gerunds, and infinitives. Dictionary skills, library skills, study skills, and the writing process are also part of the year's work. Writing projects include a news report, a character profile, a short fable, an informal debate script, a photo essay, and an in-class essay.

Supplies:

JH Literature

Mondays

Teacher: Pam Searcy

Offered 4th Hour

This class will broaden your student’s literary exposure. Students will become familiar with the various genres of literature through multiple themes. The class will focus on reading comprehension, writing, vocabulary, speaking and listening skills. Students will have weekly reading assignments along with vocabulary and comprehension questions.

 

Books I am considering for this class include: Holes, The Hiding Place, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Westing Game, Call of the Wild, Around the World in 180 Days

 

Most of the literature guides that I use are either Total Language Plus or Progeny Press.

Supplies:

  • $15 rental fee per semester for books

Advanced JH Literature

Wednesdays

Teacher: Pam Searcy

Offered 6th Hour

This class is intended for strong readers. The primary focus of this course will be analysis and critical thinking while building on your student’s already strong vocabulary, grammar and writing skills. Students in this course will also gain exposure to higher-level concepts such as literary genres and forms. Likewise, students will discover the connection between the political/social environment and their impact on literature. Students will have weekly reading assignments along with vocabulary and comprehension questions.

 

Books I am considering for this class include: The Giver, Where the Red Fern Grows, The Witch of Blackbird Pond, The Diary of Anne Frank, When My Name Was Keoko

 

Most of the literature guides that I use are either Total Language Plus or Progeny Press.

Supplies:

  • $15 rental fee per semester for books

Speech & Debate

Mondays

Teacher: Carol Becker

Offered 4th Hour

This course will develop and improve public speaking, argumentative, and critical­ thinking skills in communication settings. Students will prepare and deliver speeches and participate in several of in­-class debates and forums on current topics. Techniques will be taught to control speech anxiety, and structure and organize information to present to a variety of audiences. As such, the fundamentals of physical and vocal delivery skills, use of language and gesturing, as well as listening skills will be learned.

 

Supplies:

  • $10 per semester supply fee

Public Speaking & Leadership

Mondays

Teacher: Gina Conroy

Offered 1st Hour

Learn how to unlock your inner voice and communicate with confidence! This class is for any student who wants to conquer fear of public speaking, to explore the world of performance and self- expression, or just become comfortable talking with all kinds for people from peers to adults.

 

Students will learn about emotions and everyday communication through improve and theatre games, then transition to formal speeches and storytelling. Through the study of different types of speeches, students will learn how to organize their thoughts, write meaningful speeches, relax, and speak with confidence in an entertaining way.

Leadership training and group building exercises are part of the fun as we learn how to work together and discover how we can contribute to the world using our own unique God-given voice and individual passions. By the end of class, students will uncover what they are passionate about and explore different ways they can share their talents and passions with the world to make a difference!

Supplies:

  • $20 Supply Fee per semester

Teacher Bios

Math

Pre-Algebra

Mondays

and / or 

Wednesdays

Teacher: Alicia Seese

Offered 1st Hour, 3rd Hour

Abeka Pre-Algebra

Bridge the gap between basic arithmetic and a more advance study of mathematics with Pre-Algebra. This work-text includes a cumulative study of previously learned concepts plus introductions to multiplying and dividing polynomials, complementary and supplementary angles, buying stocks and bonds, algebraic word problems, and more.

Mondays class will be teaching of chapter concepts & Wednesday class will be for hands-on problem solving, working on homework with tutor help, and reinforcement of chapter concepts.

 

Supplies:

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

 

Intermediate Mathematics  (usually recommended for 6th or 7th grades)

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Teacher: Pam Searcy

Offered 2nd Hour

Abeka Intermediate Mathematics

From arithmetic and geometry to statistics and algebra, your students will review concepts from previous years and jump into new ideas with Intermediate Mathematics. We have carefully transformed Basic Mathematics into a more improved seventh grade math course. Intermediate Mathematics successfully bridges the gap between elementary and high school math and effectively prepares students for testing and for more advanced courses. Also, with the new Fast Facts bonus feature, students are exposed to additional content that is related to the current topic of study. To aid in studying, all important terms are marked using bold or italics, and pronunciation is given for terms that may be unfamiliar. Students will also appreciate the step-by-step examples the textbook gives, showing the process for each type of problem within the concept. With daily exercises, examples, review exercises, an index, a glossary of terms, and a reference section, this work-text gives your students the tools to advance their mathematical understanding. Fuel your students’ love for math with the new Intermediate Mathematics.

Mondays class will be teaching of chapter concepts & Wednesday class will be for hands-on problem solving, working on homework with tutor help, and reinforcement of chapter concepts.

Supplies: (Aspire will have available)

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

Algebra 1

Mondays

and / or Wednesdays

Teacher: Alicia Seese

Offered 2nd Hour & 5th Hour

Train your teen to think systematically as he applies the axioms, rules, and principles of algebra! Your teen will solve linear equations that include fractions, decimals, radicals, and absolute value expressions. He will graph, analyze, and solve two-variable equations, inequalities, and functions, and learn much more! Throughout this text, clearly explained concepts build upon each other section-by-section. Step-by-step instructions guide your teen through easy-to-read examples and build a framework for solving practice problems. Complete with daily exercises, detailed examples and diagrams, review exercises, and a glossary of terms, your teen will be equipped with the tools he needs to succeed in Algebra 1! 

Mondays class will be teaching of chapter concepts & Wednesday class will be for hands-on problem solving, working on homework with tutor help, and reinforcement of chapter concepts.

Supplies:

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

Science

Earth & Space Science

Mondays

Teacher: Susan Esmond

Offered 3rd Hour

Abeka Science: Earth & Space

From earthquakes and volcanoes to clouds and galaxies, show your child the features of God’s Creation here on earth as well as the Great Beyond with Science: Earth and Space! This textbook guides your child through a study of geology, oceanography, meteorology, astronomy, and environmental science. A thorough study of rocks, soil, and fossils will give your child ample proofs that this earth was created by God and not evolutionary processes. 

Supplies:

  • Project Resources Book - Purchase Link

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

Earth & Space Science LAB

Wednesdays

Teacher: Susan Esmond

Offered 3rd Hour

This class will be an extension of the Monday class where concepts are reinforced and hands on experiments and labs coordinated.  You can choose to only attend the Wednesday Lab class, but you will need to make sure and stay in sync with the Monday class syllabus at home in order to gain the best experience from this class!

Supplies:

  • $40 per semester lab & experiment supply fee

Life Science

Mondays

Teacher: Charly Hudson

Offered 5th Hour

Abeka Science: Order & Design

Give your child a clear presentation of life science through Science: Order and Design. This text introduces new plant features and flower families; also, it builds upon the systems of the body, and how all of them work together to help your child function.  Learn about marsupials of the mammals; flight motions of birds; types of scales on fish; dinosaurs and similar types of reptiles; and the anatomy of amphibians. Also discuss the helpful aspects of insects, classifications within microbiology, and functions of forests. 

Supplies:

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

  • 1 inch 3-ring binder

Life Science - LAB

Wednesdays

Teacher: Charly Hudson

Offered 5th Hour

This class will be an extension of the Monday class where concepts are reinforced and hands on experiments and labs coordinated.  You can choose to only attend the Wednesday Lab class, but you will need to make sure and stay in sync with the Monday class syllabus at home in order to gain the best experience from this class!

Supplies:

  • $25 per semester lab & experiment supply fee

  • colored pencils

  • goggles

  • Composition Notebook

History & Geography

Mapping the World By Heart 

Mondays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 1st Hour

In this class students will learn to draw the world by heart through games, songs, drawing, videos, solving mysteries, web scavenger hunts, and special projects. We’ll complete a Euro trip travel project, play geography baseball, create a clay model of Africa, plan and participate in a South American Fair, and lots more activities. We’ll study longitude and latitude, time zones, mountain ranges and rivers. Focus will be on continents and their major physical, political, and economic features, through games, puzzles, and activities that make geography more interesting.

 

Supplies:

  •  Trail Guide to World Geography, by Cindy Wiggers

  • Rand McNally’s Answer Atlas OR internet access

  • science board (1st semester)

  • one white poster board (2nd semester)

  • pencilseraserscolored pencils

  • printer paper (for drawing practice)

  • wall map with longitude and latitude lines (1 map per 2 students is plenty)

American Republic

Mondays

and/ or 

Wednesdays

Teacher: Kai Anderson

Offered Mondays - 3rd Hour OR Wednesdays - 4th Hour

BJU Press American Republic

American Republic unfolds the history of the United States through richly detailed narrative and a colorful, engaging presentation. Starting with the discovery of the New World, the text traces the path of American history up to the present day. In addition to a historical account, American Republic demonstrates the distinctiveness of American values and government, and emphasizes the importance of understanding and appreciating United States history.

Supplies:

  • Activity Manual Workbook - Purchase Link

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

World Studies

Mondays

and / or 

Wednesdays

Teacher: Kai Anderson

Offered Mondays - 4th Hour OR Wednesdays - 6th Hour

BJU Press World Studies

World Studies Student Text begins with a brief review of history from Creation to the coming of Christ and progresses in a chronological journey around the world studying the ebb and flow of empires, cultures, Christianity, and world religions. It concludes with an examination of the trends of the emerging 21st century.

Supplies:

  • Activity Manual Workbook - Purchase Link

  • $10 per semester book rental fee

American History

Mondays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 6th Hour

This is an American History class with no textbook! We’ll read historical novels set in the early 1900’s.  Much focus will be on the Great Depression, the Roaring 20’s, and World War 1 and II.  We will read two books per semester.

 

Supplies:

  •  Uprising, by Margaret Haddox

  • A Long Way From Chicago, by Richard Peck

  • Code Talker, by Joseph Bruchac

  • Fred Koremastsu Speaks Up, by Laura Atkins

  • pencils

  • Spiral Notebook

Mystery of History - Vol 1

Wednesdays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 1st Hour

The Mystery of History, Volume I, provides a historically accurate, Bible-based approach to learning ancient world history. Volume I weaves “Bible history” and “world history” together in a unique and meaningful way. For example, on the same timeline you will see these Bible characters near their world-famous contemporaries: Joshua and King Tut; Daniel and Aesop; Ezekiel and Buddha; Nehemiah and Socrates, and many more. 

Students will be responsible for presenting their work to the class each week.

This is a full history course and other history courses should not be taken at the same time.  If they do, students will be overloaded with work.  Students can expect to spend up to 4-8 hours, Tuesday – Friday, completing their weekly work.

 

Supplies:

  • The Mystery of History, Volume I, Revised, 2nd Edition

  • Colored pencils (for mapping)

  • Rand McNally’s Historical Atlas of the World (Make sure it is the Historical Atlas!)  Find it here:  https://www.amazon.com/Rand-McNally-Historical-Atlas-World/dp/0528014471

  • Science Board OR 3-ring notebook (students have choice for timeline)

  • White Paper and Construction Paper for drawing historical characters and events

  • ScissorsGlue Stick

  • Other craft items may be necessary depending on projects chosen

  • Use of internet depending on projects chosen

Bible Geography

Wednesdays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 2nd Hour

Take a journey to the Bible Lands!  Travel with different Biblical characters and examine Biblical events while observing the geography surrounding those people and events.  Gain a greater understanding of how geography impacted the people and events of the Bible and how geography can impact your life today. Weekly assignments include: daily geography drills, atlas usage, outline map activities, digging deeper research, Bible reading, and making a Biblical timeline.

Supplies:

Mapping the US

Wednesdays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 4th Hour

Trek the U.S. in this fun class where we learn to draw the U.S.   Activities include mapping, drawing, making a lapbook(s), learning the capitals, and the geography of each state.  During the final 6 weeks, students travel with Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery and explore northern parts of the Louisiana Purchase in search of the Northwest Passage while reading the novel, The Captain’s Dog, My Journey with the Lewis and Clark Tribe.  Written from the perspective of Meriweather Lewis’ dog, and true to real events, this exciting narrative includes excerpts from Lewis’ personal journal. Students map the route as they read through the book.  Additional assignments include learning about the various Indian tribes, geography, vocabulary, plants, and animals of the expedition. We’ll also take a pretend hike on the Appalachian Trail. How fun! What will you pack? What will you eat? What if you run into a bear!?  Is that poison ivy?  Find out this fall! It’s going to be fun!

 

Supplies:

  •  The World Almanac and Book of Facts (an older version is okay)

  • The Captain’s Dog, My Journey with the Lewis and Clark Tribe by Roland Smith Copyright 2000 preferable (second semester)

  • Illustrated Atlas of the United States, from Rand McNally

  • pencilseraserscolored pencils

  • printer paper (for drawing practice)

Bill of Rights

Wednesdays

Teacher: Jeanette Lord

Offered 6th Hour

This class is designed to acquaint students with the historical origins of the Bill of Rights and, through the study and analysis of actual Supreme Court cases, to help students develop perspectives about the use and value of the Bill of Rights in their daily lives. Students will discover what each amendment means, how a case reaches the Supreme Court of the United States, how the Bill of Rights was adopted and why. Students will learn that deciding cases in a judicial role requires them to resist snap decisions, ignore personal feelings and prejudices, and evaluate cases according to the facts presented, the rights granted by specific amendments, and the interpretation of these rights.  We’ll role play, write skits, and cartoon our way through the amendments. NOTE: This is NOT a complete government class for High School. Students will need additional materials to make a complete government class.

Supplies:

Electives

Study Hall

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Supervisor: Varied

Offered Any Hour

We have TWO options for Study Hall this year, be sure to include WHICH your child wants to be included in. 

-Quiet Study hall is for those whom want to read, work, etc in a quiet environment where we keep noise to a minimum. 

-Social Study hall is for those whom want to talk, chat, & get to know each other. Our Aspire Group rules and expectations still apply here but we do encourage and desire healthy and happy friendships to grow within the group, even at Academy! 

Fundamentals of Martial Arts & Self Defense

Mondays

and / or 

Wednesdays

Teacher: Justin Dunham

Offered 3rd Hour or 4th Hour both days

This exclusive homeschool class will include age appropriate martial arts and self defense training for all age groups that will improve: focus, balance, body control, attention to detail, standing reversals, proper striking and all the confidence that comes along with improving ones overall physical fitness and coordination.

The class will be led by Mr. Justin Dunham who is the owner and Chief Instructor of the Jenks Martial Arts Academy in Jenks, OK.
Mr. Dunham is the proud father of two boys, ages 6 and 9 and is a former three time, Team USA member and three time international gold medalist as a representitive of the United Taekwon-Do Alliance. For 12 years he has served as the owner and Chief Instructor of the Jenks Martial Arts Academy and teaches weekly Taekwon-Do, Krav Maga and group self defense classes.

For more information about Justin Dunham or the Jenks Martial Arts Academy check out www.maausa.net, or Facebook: Jenks Martial Arts Academy.

Beginner Guitar

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Teacher: Sheldon Clark

Offered Mondays - 3rd & 4th Hours OR Wednesdays - 2nd & 4th Hours                               
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).

Supplies:

  • $15 Supply Fee per Semester

Digital Photography

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Teacher: Melissa Davis

Offered Mondays - 3rd Hour & 5th Hour OR Wednesdays - 4th Hour

In this course, students will learn the history of photography and how a camera works. In depth topics each week will include: operating your digital camera, organizing and basic editing of digital photos, achieving proper image exposure, and creating outstanding images with composition, texture, lighting, and color. Hands-on class activities and lesson with homework to be completed during the week.
Course requires a digital camera (that preferably can be set to manual) or iPhone/iPod camera. (If camera cannot be set to manual, students will still learn the concepts and understanding, but may not be able to have hands-on practice with their camera. Homework lessons will be structured to work with what devices/cameras the students have.)

Supplies:

Aspire Journalism

Mondays

and / or

Wednesdays

Teacher: Gina Conroy

Offered Mondays - 3rd Hour OR Wednesdays - 2nd Hour                                                    

Calling all junior journalists and roving reporters! Have you ever dreamed of seeing your name in print? Would you like to be “in the know” and share that information with others? Do you like the challenge and creativity of crafting a story for others to read? Would you like to be part of a team working towards one goal? Or perhaps, you just want to have fun while learning to be a better writer, (and you’d like your essays to have a purpose other than a grade.) Then this course is for you!

 

In this bi-weekly class (2 days optional, but recommended,) we will discuss the differences between reporting for newspapers and magazines, explore various types of articles (features, opinions, informative, etc.,) and practice writing different styles all while learning to become good interviewers and future leaders. Leadership training and group building is part of the fun as we learn to work together as a team to put out the first Aspire Academy Magazine!

Weekly assignments will involve occasional testing, reading, interviewing, writing, and editing. Not only will you gain valuable skills to help you in school and beyond, but you will learn how your writing can earn you a little money on the side, or perhaps you will discover a love for a new career focus.

Supplies:

  • $20 Supply Fee per Semester

Exploring Great Artists 

Mondays

Teacher: Jennifer Miser

Offered 3rd Hour

In this course we will study 13 of the most famous pieces of art and the artists that created them. Students will then, in turn, create their own pieces of art in the style of each artist studied. There will be lots of room for interpretation- the original pieces are meant to inspire not be copied. This class is for anyone who would like to know more about the person behind the paintings and collect new art techniques to add to a portfolio that will grow throughout the semester.

Supplies:

  • Mixed Media Paper Book (Spiral Binding)

  • Drawing pencils set

  • 1 small set of acrylics

  • 1 small set of water colors

  • 1 paint tray pallet

  • 1 set of colored pencils

  • $10 Book Supply Fee

Culinary Arts  

Mondays

Teacher: Candy Rogers

Offered 4th Hour & 5th Hour

This class will be an overview of all things cooking. I will cover basic knife skills, kitchen safety, meal planning, grocery shopping, and more. We will plan and prepare meals using various cooking techniques. We will prepare food from many different cuisines as well as learn baking skills. Bring your creativity, and your appetite!!!

Principles of Drawing 

Mondays

Teacher: Jennifer Miser

Offered 4th Hour

Course Description: This course will introduce students to basic drawing, perspective, and sketching techniques. We will cover elements on a 2D plane, light, shadow, tone and texture. Students will produce a sketch portfolio to be added to throughout the semester.

Supplies:

  • 5x8 sketchbook

  • Graphite drawing kit: Pencils, erasers, sharpener Shades of grey markers

  • 1- gum eraser

  • 1- kneaded eraser

  • Blending stumps

  • Drawing sandpaper (optional)

  • Make sure pencil kit has at least HB, 2B-6B, 2H-4H. More options are fine.

Nature Anatomy Illustration

Mondays

Teacher: Jennifer Miser

Offered 2nd Hour

We will be using two texts: Nature Anatomy by Julia Rothman and Botanical Sketchbook by Mary Ann Scott Course Description: This course will teach basic techniques in botanical illustration. With a focus on the natural world, each project will not only be a unit study but a beautiful piece of art work. Students will learn: Principles for drawing Fundamentals of plant anatomy Colored pencil and watercolor techniques Color theory and the natural world

Supplies:

  • Watercolor paper

  • sketch book

  • Basic drawing pencil set

  • Colored pencil set

  • Watercolor set

  • Nature Anatomy Book by Julia Rothman (Optional)

  • Pen set

Dancing Through the Decades 

Mondays

Teacher: 

Offered 2nd Hour                                                  

Discover how historical events influenced and inspired the “moves” of the times as you dance your way through the decades. From the Charleston of 20s during the Great Depression and Big Band Swing at the height of WWII to the Disco era and beyond, come learn how to shake your groove thing the old school way.

Supplies:

  • $10 Supply Fee per Semester

JH Spanish

Mondays

Teacher: Aubrey Maricle

Offered 3rd Hour                                                

 

¡Hola mis estudiantes! This course is a little more in-depth than Intro to Spanish but we will still be having a good time learning about various things within the Spanish-speaking world. Music, projects, food, pair-work, dialogues, etc alongside grammar and some beginning writing in Spanish is required. Bible verses and learning the bare bones of the Gospel presentation from the Bible will be part of class. I hope to see you there!

Eager students, please apply.

Supplies:

  • $30 per semester supply & curriculum fee

Drama

Mondays

Teacher: Carol Becker

Offered 5th Hour                                                

 

This class will create and perform a Play Production! 

Supplies:

  • $25 per semester supply & curriculum fee

Intro to Latin 

Mondays

Teacher: Julie Cox

Offered 6th Hour

Intro to Latin is geared for 7th-8th grade students. We will be using Henle First Year Latin as our text, but will be covering the material slowly. We will focus on mastering vocabulary words along with the declension and conjugation endings covered in Units 1-3. Homework will consist of daily chart review, flash card review, and some exercises from the textbook. The primary goal is to provide students with a solid foundation to move onto First Year Latin and to give them a working understanding of the Latin language from which much of the English language is derived.

 

Supplies:

  • Intro to Latin Curriculum:

    • Henle First Year Latin $23.33

    • Henle Latin Grammar $14.00

    • Henle Latin Answer Key $6.60

1st Year Latin

Mondays

Teacher: Julie Cox

Offered 5th Hour

This comprehensive Latin class is geared towards high school students who desire to take Latin as their foreign language requirement or have an interest in learning the Latin language more extensively. We will be using Henle First Year Latin as our text and will cover Units 1-5. New material will be presented each class period along with an opportunity to address questions from the previous week’s homework. This class will require an extensive amount of memorization as students will be expected to memorize their weekly vocabulary words, noun declension endings and verb conjugation endings. Students can expect about 45-60 minutes of homework each day consisting of daily chart review, vocabulary flash card review, and exercises from the textbook.

 

Supplies:

  • First Year Latin Curriculum:

    • Henle First Year Latin $23.33

    • Henle Latin Grammar $14.00

    • Henle Latin Answer Key $6.60

Sewing

Wednesdays

Teacher: Ms. "N"

Offered 2nd Hour, 4th Hour

Students will learn sewing machine basics and complete projects as skills develop in each class. We will cover garment mending, hemming, zipper placement, different sewing stitches, basic quilting, and much more. Students will select their projects. Class if for beginners, intermediate and advanced sewing students.

 

Supplies:

  • 2 spools of white thread, 1 small bag of stuffing, 1 seam ripper. Please label with students name. 

  • $25 Supply Fee per semester

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