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All Items for: Summer Explorations 2019

Welcome to NCE Summer Explorations 2019 registration and payment page.

Registration is now open!

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS:
No account needed! Simply add an item to your cart, where you will be prompted to complete all required information and checkout. You may now purchases classes for more than one child in the same transaction. Once you add the first item to your cart and complete the requested information, click "Add and continue shopping" in the lower left corner of the page. You will then be prompted to complete the information for the next child.

IMPORTANT: You must acknowledge acceptance of the following NCE waiver: I/We, the parents/guardians of the registered student, a minor, hereby consent to his/her participation in the Needham Community Education Program, the taking of photos of my/our child and/or promotion of the program, and to his/her use of the Needham Public Schools facilities and equipment.  I/We further agree to release and hold harmless the Town of Needham, Needham Public Schools and their employee­­­s, agents and assigns from any and all liability or expenses arising out of any incident involving, or any account of any injury to the above named minor in con­­­­nection with such program.  I/We further consent to emergency treatment by a physician in the event of injury to, or illness of our child during his/her participation in this program.  I/We accept full responsibility for all costs for any such emergency treatment.  I/We agree to abide by NCE policies.

Wait Lists: If you would like to add your child to a wait list for a full class, please email Carolyn Colonna, NCE Program Director, carolyn_colonna@needham.k12.ma.us. Include the class name, class location, your child’s name and your best daytime phone number. If a spot becomes available, you will be contacted right away.

Scholarship Assistance: Scholarship assistance is available. Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch may take one class per session with NCE at a reduced price. Scholarship registrations cannot be taken online. Please contact NCE for assistance at: 781-455-0400 (option 5).

NCE programs are open to all students. Are there special considerations we should know about so that your child will have a positive experience in the program? If so, please list them in the designated areas of the registration form. Note: NCE Elementary instructors and staff have no access to IEPs.

Registration Policies:
Withdrawals (minus a $30 processing fee) will be accepted until May 3, 2019. Refunds will be made by check from the Town of Needham, and may take up to three weeks in the mail.

No refunds or credits will be issued after May 3, 2019.

Minimum Enrollment Policy: If the minimum number of students required for a class is not met, the class will be canceled. Parents of all registrants in canceled classes will be notified by or before June 3, and every effort will be made to place the child in another class of their choice. Tuition will be refunded if the class is canceled by NCE. Refunds will be made by check from the Town of Needham, and may take up to 3 weeks to arrive by mail.

Questions? Call NCE at 781-455-0400 (option 5).

 

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Jul01 BES AM: Beginning Coding: SE19

Jul01 BES AM: Beginning Coding: SE19      Instructor(s): Nicole Piatelli, Pollard 8th Grade Science Teacher and Kelly Robinson, Pollard Engineering & Design Teacher Learn what coding is all about! Join us as we explore different coding platforms including Scratch, Hour of Code, and Project Guts. You will work individually and collaboratively with fellow students on exciting coding projects and you will learn to code a game by the end of the week!        Note: Students will need to bring headphones/earbuds that can plug into a standard headphone jack (Apple earbuds with a lightening connector will not be compatible).        Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 2–4      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $159  
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Jul01 BES AM: Breakfast Club: SE19

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Instructor(s): Elaine McKenna, Hillside Math Coach and Christine Shelly, Hillside Special Education Teacher Looking for new ways to get your kids to eat breakfast? Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so get your day going with one of our delicious kid friendly breakfast recipes, featuring favorites like eggs, pancakes, casseroles, French toast and more. This class will give your kids all the energy and nutrients they need in the morning. Kids should be in the kitchen helping out, and breakfast is a fun, easy-to-make meal that kids can get involved in. This class will show kids creative and classic ideas that will pique their interest.   Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.        Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $169  
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Jul01 BES AM: Let’s Chill: Winter in July: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.   Jul01 BES AM: Let’s Chill: Winter in July: SE19 Let’s Chill: Winter in July      Instructor(s): Tracy Gay, Hillside/Newman Occupational Therapy Assistant and Caitlin McDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant      When summer temperatures sizzle, take a plunge into a winter wonderland of activities to melt that heat. Do you know the difference between the Arctic and Antarctic? How do polar bears stay warm? How do snow and ice form? Collect these and many more fascinating facts about the coldest places on Earth, the animals and people that live there and other “cool” things in your winter journal. We will also enjoy a blizzard of wintery science, games, dramatic play, sensory exploration and art. Some of our exciting activities include performing ice experiments, making homemade “snow”, creating an aurora with ice painting, learning and practicing sled dog commands, playing winter carnival games, making homemade frozen treats such as ice cream and Popsicles, and much, much more!. Frozen fun will abound, so come chill with us as we explore winter in July. Note: Please bring a smock and change of clothes to class each day as some of our projects can get messy and students may get wet when using the water table or doing ice experiments. Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including dairy) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.      Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $149
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Jul01 BES AM: Sensational Scientists: SE19

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    Sensational Scientists      Instructor(s): Ellen Porter, Eliot Teaching Assistant      Let your inner scientist come out! Experience a different kind of science every day with fun experiments, and discoveries. As Archaeologists, we’ll make fossil imprints and create cave paintings. As Chemists, we will mix up some of Dr. Seuss’s Oobleck and have some fun with Ghost Foam. As Astronomers, we will learn about the solar system and create a guide of the planets. We’ll use a variety of materials to create and complete “take home” science exhibits. Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products (including wheat flour) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $159  
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Jul01 BES AM: Sports of All Sorts I: SE19

    Sports of All Sorts I Instructors will be a combination of the following (two instructors per week): Paula Kelley, Pollard Wellness Instructor; Renee Campana, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Julie Vona, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Kerry Eaton, former High Rock PE Teacher; Kathleen Kelley, Milton High School History Teacher; and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher      Come join the fun! We will enjoy playing active and challenging games and sports activities geared toward students in grades 1–2. Team and individual activities will be presented throughout the week, providing lots of excitement. Games and sports activities may include: soccer, kickball, basketball, Capture the Flag, floor hockey, bowling, relay races, musical spots, batting practice, golf and much more. Limited to 20 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–2      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $139
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Jul01 BES AM: Sports of All Sorts II: SE19

    Sports of All Sorts II Instructor(s): Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher      Come join the fun! We will enjoy playing active and challenging games and sports activities geared toward students in grades 3–5. Team and individual activities will be presented throughout the week, providing lots of excitement. Games and sports activities may include: soccer, kickball, basketball, Capture the Flag, floor hockey, bowling, relay races, musical spots, batting practice, golf and much more.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $139  
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Jul01 BES AM: Stars and Stripes Forever: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.   Stars and Stripes Forever      Instructor(s): Laurie Kraemer, Newman 1st Grade  Teaching Assistant, and Jennifer Priesing, Learning Prep School (Newton) Special Education Teacher Join us for an exciting week of red, white and blue. We will spend the week creating festive art projects to decorate with and celebrate our nation's birthday. Create poppers, flags, tissue paper flowers, patriotic wearables and more. We will even combine imagination and crafts supplies to turn cardboard boxes into your very own "parade floats"!      Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $149
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Jul01 BES AM: Superheroes with a Twist: SE19

    Superheroes with a Twist      Instructor(s): Beth Batchman, Newman Speech and Language Pathologist Experience being part of a superhero's lifestyle and find your own super powers! Express your super imagination as we write about your favorite superhero or villain, create giant sized comic strips, and take notes in our superhero (or super villain) journals. Join in some super play on our obstacle course, with Thor's Hammer Throw and during web shot practice. Explore your super creativity with finger-painting, slime-making and costume design. This class is sure to be a super fun-filled time!      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $149  
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Jul01 BES AM: Yarn Art: SE19

Jul01 BES AM: Yarn Art: SE19 Yarn Art      Instructor(s): Laura McGovern, Dover-Sherborn High School and Liddy Demirjian, Eliot KASE Teaching Assistant Learn how to transform yarn and yarn scraps into exciting art, objects and treasures. We will use yarn to create bowls, gifts, treasure boxes, flower vases, classic yarn dolls, wall hangings, and other old fashioned trinkets to decorate any space!      Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      8:45–11:45am      $159  
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Jul01 BES PM: Basketball and More II: SE19

Instructor(s): Weeks 1 and 4: Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher and Glen Hopkins, NHS Wellness Teacher; Weeks 2 and 3: Glen Hopkins, NHS Wellness Teacher and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher In this action packed class, you will learn the fundamentals of basketball, do drills to develop and improve your skills, and play basketball games. In addition to Basketball we will also spend a portion of the class playing classic summer games such as Capture the Flag, freeze tag, relay races, musical spots, and much more.      Limited to 18 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $139  
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Jul01 BES PM: Beginning Coding: SE19

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Instructor(s): Nicole Piatelli, Pollard 8th Grade Science Teacher and Kelly Robinson, Pollard Engineering & Design Teacher Learn what coding is all about! Join us as we explore different coding platforms including Scratch, Hour of Code, and Project Guts. You will work individually and collaboratively with fellow students on exciting coding projects and you will learn to code a game by the end of the week!        Note: Students will need to bring headphones/earbuds that can plug into a standard headphone jack (Apple earbuds with a lightening connector will not be compatible).        Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $159  
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Jul01 BES PM: Breakfast Club: SE19

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Instructor(s): Elaine McKenna, Hillside Math Coach and Christine Shelly, Hillside Special Education Teacher Looking for new ways to get your kids to eat breakfast? Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so get your day going with one of our delicious kid friendly breakfast recipes, featuring favorites like eggs, pancakes, casseroles, French toast and more. This class will give your kids all the energy and nutrients they need in the morning. Kids should be in the kitchen helping out, and breakfast is a fun, easy-to-make meal that kids can get involved in. This class will show kids creative and classic ideas that will pique their interest.   Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.        Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $169  
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Jul01 BES PM: Bugs, Butterflies and Blossoms: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.   Instructor(s): Tracy Gay, Hillside/Newman COTA/L (Licensed & Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant) and Caitlin MacDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant Did you know that there are more than 350,000 different types of beetles, or that a Monarch butterfly is the only butterfly that migrates both south and north? Collect fascinating facts like these in your science journal as we learn all about bugs, butterflies and blossoms. We will take a trip outside to observe native insects and plants in their natural world. Science and art combine to help you create seed collages, beehive art and butterfly designs. Try out your green thumb when you make your own open terrarium and show your creativity to design your own flower vase. Mix in some games and fiction book fun and you have a short week that is jam packed with educational entertainment sure to please any budding nature enthusiast out there!        Note: Bring a smock to class as some projects get messy. Allergy Alert: Children will be handling food products (including, but not limited to, seeds and beans) and exploring nature during this course. Please alert us to any food and/or environmental allergies when registering.        Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $149  
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Jul01 BES PM: Planes, Trains and Automobiles: SE19

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  Planes, Trains and Automobiles      Instructor(s): Ellen Porter, Eliot Teaching Assistant      Come build a world of transportation job sites where YOU are the boss! Create a railroad with bridges, tunnels and a railroad station then conduct the trains along the winding tracks. Design an airport with runways and a control tower then pilot airplanes and helicopters into the friendly skies. Create a construction site with dump trucks and bulldozers galore. Build a race track and cheer as your matchbox cars race to the finish line. Come join us for some rumbling summertime fun! Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $149  
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Jul01 BES PM: Printing and Stamping: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been cancelled. Printing and Stamping      Instructor(s): Jennifer Priesing, Learning Prep School (Newton) Special Education Teacher and Laurie Kraemer, Newman 1st Grade Teaching Assistant Everyone can print! Explore printmaking with materials you can easily find around the house such as erasers, crayons, cardboard, yarn, and plants. We will do relief prints, mono prints, and nature printing. No special skills needed, just a willingness to create and have fun!      Note: Please bring a smock, old shirt or wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty!      Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 2–5      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $159  
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Jul01 BES PM: Yarn Art: SE19

  Yarn Art      Instructor(s): Laura McGovern, Dover-Sherborn High School and Liddy Demirjian, Eliot KASE Teaching Assistant Learn how to transform yarn and yarn scraps into exciting art, objects and treasures. We will use yarn to create bowls, gifts, treasure boxes, flower vases, classic yarn dolls, wall hangings, and other old fashioned trinkets to decorate any space!      Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 1–3      12:15–3:15pm      $159
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Jul01 HRS AM: Artistic Poetry: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Instructor(s): Laura Sechovicz, Pollard Special Education Teaching Assistant      Poems hide just about anywhere! They can be found in our favorite colors, memories, and even in everyday items like grocery store lists. Students will use figurative language to compose their own poems. Then they will use various art mediums, such as watercolors and oil pastels, to decorate or enhance their poems. Time will be given at the end of classes to share poems.      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 4–7      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $149  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Baseball Games and Skills: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Baseball Games and Skills      Instructor(s): Steve Blomberg, Retired Abington High School Teacher and Baseball Coach The class is designed to promote an understanding and love of the game of baseball. We will play a variety of baseball games, learn fundamentals and learn some interesting facts about the history of our national pastime.   Note: Players should bring their gloves and a baseball hat every day.      Limited to 16 students        High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $139  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Best of Summer Camp Crafts and Games: CANCELLED: SE19

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Instructor(s): Joanna Caliman, High Rock ELA Teacher      Join us for a week of summer fun as we enjoy a variety of crafts and activities that would be found at a traditional summer camp! Enjoy a little friendly competition with relay races, sack races, tag, board games and water balloon toss. Get crafty and creative as we make friendship bracelets, tye-dye art and more! Learn the value of teamwork, make new friends and enjoy summer with this action-packed class!        Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.   Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $149  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Brunch Bunch: SE19

Instructor(s): Jen Tuttelman, Needham Public Schools Nutrition Outreach Coordinator Learn how to make fun, healthy and delicious food to enjoy on your favorite lazy Sunday morning (or any time!). We will make a variety brunch favorites, such as egg casseroles, pancakes, French toast, breakfast sandwiches, fruit salads, smoothies, crumb and coffee cakes and more. We'll also make a feast for our eyes by creating food art to enhance our brunch table.   Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.        Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $169  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Einstein’s Workshop: Robotics: SE19

PLEASE NOTE: This is a MORNING class. It was initially listed incorrectly in the Week at a Glance. Einstein’s Workshop: Robotics with LEGO Mindstorms      Instructor(s): Einstein’s Workshop staff member Are you interested in robotics? We'll take you from the basics of building and movement to advanced navigation, sensors, and teaching the robot how to make decisions for itself! LEGO Mindstorms is a great system to build your robot and then use the drag-and-drop coding software to give it commands. This is a great first step for anyone any child including students interested in competitive robotics.           Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $169
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Jul01 HRS AM: Festive Fourth of July Decorations: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Instructor(s): Jennifer Maw, NHS Library Specialist Spend the days before Independence Day preparing festive decorations that will add flare to your holiday celebration. These fun and patriotic projects are easy to make and they’ll last for years. We will create fabric garland, sparkler poms, fabric wreaths and more!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $149  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Geocaching & Scavenger Hunting: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Instructor(s): Karen Vona McIntyre, NHS, Library Technical Assistant and Joanne Sullivan NHS Special Ed TA If you like adventure, teamwork and being outdoors then join us on a scavenger hunt and Geocaching adventure! We will scavenger around Needham Center and Geocache in the Needham Town Forest and Rosemary Lake. We will learn about Geocaching, how to use a GPS to locate caches and how to use your own creativity to setup your own geocache or scavenger hunt.   Note 1: It is recommended, but not required, that you bring a smartphone with GPS capabilities to class. Note 2: Please plan to wear comfortable shoes and bring a water bottle and snack everyday. Allergy Alert: Children will be eating food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 16 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $159  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Glass Art: SE19

This class is now open to grades 3–6. Instructor(s): Michel L’Huillier, Fused and Stained Glass Artist and Instructor Create beautiful glass mosaics, jewelry pieces, and decorative objects under the instruction of a professional glass artist. Mr. L’Huillier will teach you various techniques for working with glass, including: fusing and mosaic. At the end of the week, you will have many gorgeous pieces to give as gifts or to cherish for yourself.           Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes to this class. Limited to 15 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      *$119 *Class requires an additional $50.00 materials fee payable to the instructor. Details to follow upon registration.  
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Jul01 HRS AM: Volleyball and More: SE19

  Volleyball and More      Instructor(s): Katie Kardelis, NHS Social Studies Teacher and Rosie Calland, NHS Social Studies Teacher Learn or refine volleyball skills in this fun session! Each day we’ll focus on a specific volleyball skill, which we’ll then apply in a variety of competitive games. We’ll incorporate some team-building and sport-specific conditioning along with plenty of time for open play. This session is open to all skill levels!      Limited to 18 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      9:00am–12:00pm      $139  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Challenges and Games: SE19

     Instructors will be a combination of the following (two instructors per week): Paula Kelley, Pollard Wellness Instructor; Renee Campana, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Julie Vona, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Kerry Eaton, former High Rock PE Teacher; Kathleen Kelley, Milton High School History Teacher; and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher      Do you love Survivor, Wipe out and A Minute to Win It? Then come join the fun! If you enjoy physical and mental challenges and love games that are not traditional team sports, then this is the place for you. Activities will include relay races, obstacle courses, scooters and more. We will play Squirrel Hunt, Battle Ball, Cone of Life, Two Camps, Mat Ball, Capture the Flag, and other favorite games. The excitement never ends and the games and challenges change continuously! This course will leave you invigorated, exhausted and a bit sweaty. It will also enable you to meet, battle and have fun with a group of new friends. Limited to 25 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $139  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Einstein’s Workshop: Minecraft: SE19

PLEASE NOTE:  This is an AFTERNOON class.  It was initially listed incorrectly in the Week at a Glance. Einstein’s Workshop: Minecraft Architecture      Instructor(s): Einstein’s Workshop staff member Minecraft is more than just a game. It is a creative tool which allows players to create amazing structures, scenes and works of art. With hundreds of blocks and items students will learn how to engage in "constructive play" as they design and build their structures. Students will work in the same world and learn the meaning of good "digital citizenship" and working together. There is no one theme for this class and students can choose to create from their imagination or use real world reference material for their inspiration.      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $169  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Festive Fourth of July Decorations: SE19

Now open to grades 3–6! Instructor(s): Jennifer Maw, NHS Library Specialist Spend the days before Independence Day preparing festive decorations that will add flare to your holiday celebration. These fun and patriotic projects are easy to make and they’ll last for years. We will create fabric garland, sparkler poms, fabric wreaths and more!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $149  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Glass Art: SE19

Now open to grades 5–9! Instructor(s): Michel L’Huillier, Fused and Stained Glass Artist and Instructor Create beautiful glass mosaics, jewelry pieces, and decorative objects under the instruction of a professional glass artist. Mr. L’Huillier will teach you various techniques for working with glass, including: fusing and mosaic. At the end of the week, you will have many gorgeous pieces to give as gifts or to cherish for yourself.           Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes to this class. Limited to 15 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      *$119 *Class requires an additional $50.00 materials fee payable to the instructor. Details to follow upon registration.  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Impressionism and Beyond: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.  Instructor(s): Laura Sechovicz, Pollard Special Education Teaching Assistant Paint like Monet and Van Gogh! We will learn about famous artists and their artistic techniques before creating our own masterpieces with various mediums (acrylics, watercolors, oil pastels).      We will be painting so please bring a smock, old shirt or wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 4–6      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $159  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Improv and Acting Workshop: SE19

Jul01 HRS PM: Improv and Acting Workshop: SE19 Improv and Acting Workshop      Instructor(s): Kate Donnelly, High Rock Speech-Language Pathologist and Kayla Sweeney, High Rock 6th Grade ELA Long-Term Sub      Join us for a fun week where students will learn acting basics and improv skills. We will watch and study brief videos of improv sketches and participate in creative improv activities, games, and sketches. Students will also learn to analyze scenes and perform the scenes using scripts. Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $149  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Minute to Win It: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Minute to Win It      Instructor(s): Joanna Caliman, High Rock ELA Teacher Laughs, fun and action will abound in this class! Work independently, in pairs, and in teams to take on fun challenges, with just a minute to complete each one. Challenges to include: Dizzy Mummy, Stick the Landing, Rapid Fire, Hoop de Loop, and Bucket Head among others. Meet new friends and have a blast! Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 10 students      High Rock School Grades: 3–5      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $149  
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Jul01 HRS PM: Patriotic Treats and Cupcake Decorating : SE19

Patriotic Treats and Cupcake Decorating      Instructor(s): Karen Vona McIntyre, NHS Library Technical Assistant Create fun and tasty cupcakes and fruit treats for the July 4th holiday. Students will learn different decorating techniques to create patriotic treats which can be stored and saved for the upcoming holiday. Students will learn to use decorator bags with different tips, and fondant to add festive flare to their cupcakes. For a sweet fruit treat, students will cut and skewer fruit to create star wands and a spectacular American flag!      Note: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 15 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      12:30–3:30pm      $169    
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Jul01 HRS FullDay: Virtual Reality Video Making: SE19

  Virtual Reality Video Making      FULL DAY CLASS Instructor(s): Josh Yankell, NHS Media Specialist and Natalie Guthrie, NHS TV/Communications Teacher Have you been wondering what the virtual reality buzz is all about? Come see it in action and create it on your own! During this class, you will explore 360-degree video with your own personal device and virtual reality viewers. You will also shoot 360-degree video in various locations and edit this video to create your own interactive experience to share with others.      Note: Each student will need to bring their own virtual reality viewer, such as Google Cardboard. Each student will also need to bring in their own device with a 4–6 inch screen that can access Internet, has a gyroscope and an accelerometer, and download applications. A more detailed application description will be sent after registration.      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 1–3      9:00am–3:30pm      $279    
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Jul08 BES AM: Across the Universe: SE19

  Across the Universe      Instructor(s): Julie Evans, Newman Teaching Assistant A little astronomy, a little science and a lot of Imagination! Learn astronomy facts and explore folktales and myths about our solar system and constellations. We will make star gazers, create new planets, design our own rocket ships and invent other out of this world creations.           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul08 BES AM: Art Explorations: SE19

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    Art Explorations Instructor(s): Damon Burnard, NHS Visual Arts Teacher (former Art Teacher at Broadmeadow), Published children book writer/illustrator Art Explorations is a fun-filled, art-tastic opportunity for young artists—and engineers—to explore a variety of materials, tools, and techniques. Students will create an amazing array of two-and three-dimensional artworks fueled by their own imaginations in this perennially popular class! Example projects may include (but are not limited to): creating pop-up books and kaleidoscopes, making prints with rollers, ink, and sunlight, painting on paper and 3D surfaces, building plaster sculptures and elaborate paper constructions, making simple weavings, sewing soft sculptures, and assembling collages and puppets.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $229  
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Jul08 BES AM: Baseball Games and Skills: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.      Instructor(s): Steve Blomberg, Retired Abington High School Teacher and Baseball Coach The class is designed to promote an understanding and love of the game of baseball. We will play a variety of baseball games, learn fundamentals and learn some interesting facts about the history of our national pastime.   Note: Players should bring their gloves and a baseball hat every day.      Limited to 16 students        Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $189  
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Jul08 BES AM: Dino-mite Dinosaurs: SE19

Instructor(s); Tracy Gay, Hillside/Newman COTA/L (Licensed & Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant) and Sara Hill, Newman MS, OTR/L (Registered and Licensed Occupational Therapist) Explore the prehistoric past as we discover dino-mite dinosaurs! From tracking dino-prints and making dinosaur eggs to bringing dino skeletons to life in technicolor, we will learn about different dinosaurs and the periods in which they lived. You will learn about dinosaur habitats, diet, what they looked like and how they lived. Collect fascinating facts about these ancient creatures in your own science journal, test your paleontology skills in a dino dig, make some fossils and create your very own dinosaur. This class will be action packed with dino discoveries through books, games, dramatic play, crafts, music and more. Note: Please bring a smock or old shirt to class each day as some of our activities may get messy. Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $209    
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Jul08 BES AM: Duct Tape Creations: SE19

Instructor(s): Jennifer Priesing, Learning Prep School (Newton) Special Education Teacher and Laurie Kraemer, Newman 1st Grade Teaching Assistant Let your imagination run wild as we construct, create and decorate exciting objects using duct tape. You can make wallets, bags, purses, flowers, belts, folders for schoolwork or papers, jewelry for boys and girls, lanyards for keys, wall décor, even flip-flops. You can also spice up plain items by covering and embellishing them with duct tape. Turn lunch boxes, frames and notebooks into duct tape masterpieces. Join us to find to see what creative inventions we will surprise you with! Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $229  
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Jul08 BES AM: Fairies and Sprites: SE19

Instructor(s): Ellen Porter,  Eliot Teaching Assistant Enter the magical world of fairies and sprites for a week of fantasy fun! Fairies and sprites love to frolic so we will decorate fairy wings, make magic wands and play whimsical games. We will decorate an adorable, miniature fairy house and make a fairy to live there. We will also hear stories from fantasy fairy books. So, strap on your fairy wings, sprinkle some fairy dust, and join us for a memorable week in the world of fairies and sprites!      Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul08 BES AM: LEGO Fever: SE19

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  LEGO Fever!      Instructor(s): Vicky Neale, High Rock Teaching Assistant Calling all LEGO lovers. Join us to dive into bins of LEGO bricks, gadgets and mini figures. Stretch your imagination and free build your own LEGO world or explore a variety of LEGO kits. Show off your skills in LEGO challenges, enjoy some LEGO-themed coloring and take part in other fun LEGO activities. Come build with us!           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $209    
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Jul08 BES AM: MathMagicians: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Jul08 BES AM: MathMagicians: SE19 MathMagicians      Instructor(s): Elaine McKenna, Hillside Math Coach and Christine Shelly, Hillside Special Education Teacher If you enjoy math and like to build, draw and create, you will have a lot of fun in this class! We will use our math knowledge to design and create dodecahedrons, tetrahedrons, symmetrical name insects, polygon designs, toothpick towers, and much more. To keep our math skills sharp, we will challenge ourselves to solve math problems and puzzles. All levels of math students are welcome. Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul08 BES AM: Mini Bakers: SE19

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    Mini Bakers      Instructor(s): Kayla Bedigan, Hillside Teaching Assistant and Liz Storer, Eliot Teaching Assistant Young bakers will have a blast making mini treats! You will learn baking basics while you create mini pizzas, mini apple pies, mini crumbcakes and many other bite-sized favorites. Decorate your own aprons, create a mini recipe book and take home delicious goodies each day. Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $249  
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Jul08 BES AM: Snack Attack: SE19

    Snack Attack      Instructor(s): Caitlin Concannon, KASE Broadmeadow & Hillside Head Teacher and Katelyn Distaso, Newman Kindergarten Teaching Assistant      Do you love to be crafty, cook, and enjoy new snacks? This is the class for you! Come join in on the fun of designing your own recipe book and creating delicious snacks that you can take on the go! Some of the snacks that we will be making include rainbow fruit salad, cereal bars, and creating your own special snack mix. Each day you will get to take home the snack that you created in a reusable trendy mason jar. At the end of the week we will put together our recipe books and you can take them home to recreate these fun filled jars! Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $249  
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Jul08 BES AM: Sports of All Sorts I: SE19

    Sports of All Sorts I Instructors will be a combination of the following (two instructors per week): Paula Kelley, Pollard Wellness Instructor; Renee Campana, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Julie Vona, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Kerry Eaton, former High Rock PE Teacher; Kathleen Kelley, Milton High School History Teacher; and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher      Come join the fun! We will enjoy playing active and challenging games and sports activities geared toward students in grades 1–2. Team and individual activities will be presented throughout the week, providing lots of excitement. Games and sports activities may include: soccer, kickball, basketball, Capture the Flag, floor hockey, bowling, relay races, musical spots, batting practice, golf and much more. Limited to 20 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–2      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $189  
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Jul08 BES AM: Sports of All Sorts II: SE19

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  Sports of All Sorts II Instructor(s): Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher      Come join the fun! We will enjoy playing active and challenging games and sports activities geared toward students in grades 3–5. Team and individual activities will be presented throughout the week, providing lots of excitement. Games and sports activities may include: soccer, kickball, basketball, Capture the Flag, floor hockey, bowling, relay races, musical spots, batting practice, golf and much more.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      8:45–11:45am      $189    
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Jul08 BES PM: Art Explorations: SE19

  Art Explorations Instructor(s): Damon Burnard, NHS Visual Arts Teacher (former Art Teacher at Broadmeadow), Published children book writer/illustrator Art Explorations is a fun-filled, art-tastic opportunity for young artists—and engineers—to explore a variety of materials, tools, and techniques. Students will create an amazing array of two-and three-dimensional artworks fueled by their own imaginations in this perennially popular class! Example projects may include (but are not limited to): creating pop-up books and kaleidoscopes, making prints with rollers, ink, and sunlight, painting on paper and 3D surfaces, building plaster sculptures and elaborate paper constructions, making simple weavings, sewing soft sculptures, and assembling collages and puppets.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $229      
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Jul08 BES PM: Baking for Beginners: SE19

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Instructor(s): Elaine McKenna, Hillside Math Coach and Christine Shelly, Hillside Special Education Teacher Baking is fun to do and easy to learn. You will make, bake and taste a variety of breakfast foods and treats over the course of the week. You will be introduced to baking skills such as measuring, mixing and how to read a recipe. We will create blueberry buckle, snickerdoodles, scones and more! At the end of the week, you will go home with a cookbook of all of the recipes you made, so that you can bake them at home for family and friends.   Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students        Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $249  
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Jul08 BES PM: Basketball and More I: SE19

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Jul08 BES PM: Basketball and More I: SE19 Basketball and More I Instructor(s): Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher      In this action packed class, you will learn the fundamentals of basketball, do drills to develop and improve your skills, and play basketball games. In addition to Basketball we will also spend a portion of the class playing classic summer games such as Capture the Flag, freeze tag, relay races, musical spots, and much more.           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–2      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $189  
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Jul08 BES PM: Basketball and More II: SE19

Instructor(s): Weeks 1 and 4: Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher and Glen Hopkins, NHS Wellness Teacher; Weeks 2 and 3: Glen Hopkins, NHS Wellness Teacher and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher In this action packed class, you will learn the fundamentals of basketball, do drills to develop and improve your skills, and play basketball games. In addition to Basketball we will also spend a portion of the class playing classic summer games such as Capture the Flag, freeze tag, relay races, musical spots, and much more.      Limited to 18 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $189  
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Jul08 BES PM: It's a Small World: SE19

    It's a Small World      Instructor(s): Tracy Gay, Hillside/Newman Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Sarah Hill, Newman Occupational Therapist Disney’s imagination spans the world and so will yours when we learn about customs and cultures of countries that inspired the creation of beloved Disney stories. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in France like Belle or in China like Mulan? Have your passport handy and get ready to travel through a week packed with crafts, games, art, music, dance, geography and foreign language as we discover faraway lands where Disney stories take place. Discover pointillism painting and firework art. Try to do the Mexican Hat Dance and compete in our own version of the Highland Games. We will also investigate where we live in the world, the US. Learn about the flag, famous landmarks and practice speaking the language for each of the countries we “visit.” Get to know these exciting places and people and you will find that it’s a small world after all. Note: Please bring a smock or old shirt to class each day as some of our projects can get messy. Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $209  
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Jul08 BES PM: Sensational Scientists: SE19

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    Sensational Scientists      Instructor(s): Ellen Porter, Eliot Teaching Assistant      Let your inner scientist come out! Experience a different kind of science every day with fun experiments, and discoveries. As Archaeologists, we’ll make fossil imprints and create cave paintings. As Chemists, we will mix up some of Dr. Seuss’s Oobleck and have some fun with Ghost Foam. As Astronomers, we will learn about the solar system and create a guide of the planets. We’ll use a variety of materials to create and complete “take home” science exhibits. Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products (including wheat flour) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $209
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Jul08 BES PM: Snack Attack: SE19

      Snack Attack      Instructor(s): Caitlin Concannon, KASE Broadmeadow & Hillside Head Teacher and Katelyn Distaso, Newman Kindergarten Teaching Assistant      Do you love to be crafty, cook, and enjoy new snacks? This is the class for you! Come join in on the fun of designing your own recipe book and creating delicious snacks that you can take on the go! Some of the snacks that we will be making include rainbow fruit salad, cereal bars, and creating your own special snack mix. Each day you will get to take home the snack that you created in a reusable trendy mason jar. At the end of the week we will put together our recipe books and you can take them home to recreate these fun filled jars! Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $249  
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Jul08 BES PM: Star Wars: SE19

    Star Wars      Instructor(s): Laurie Kraemer, Newman 1st Grade Teaching Assistant, and Jennifer Priesing, Learning Prep School (Newton) Special Education Teacher      Calling all Star Wars lovers…join us to explore a galaxy far, far away! We will watch clips from the movie, discuss its characters and storyline, play Star Wars games and make out of this world crafts. Build your own Death Star out of paper maché, dream up and create your own character from model magic, design your own Star Wars t-shirt and much more. May the force be with you!      Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 8–12      12:15–3:15pm      $209  
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Jul08 HRS AM: 3D Art and Clay: SE19

3D Art and Clay      Instructor(s): Jennie Bates, Hillside Art Teacher Come experience the broad range of techniques for making beautiful hand-built creations from clay, fiber, wire and other three dimensional materials. We will use hand building techniques, including pinch, coil, and slab, to create self-drying clay pieces. We will also create fiber art (weaving), wire sculptures and other exciting projects!               Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $229
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Jul08 HRS AM: A Week At Hogwarts: SE19

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    A Week At Hogwarts      Instructor(s): Tracy Ahrens, Broadmeadow Teaching Assistant A new twist on our very popular “Harry Potter’s World” class! Students will be magically transported to the fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for a week of games, crafts, trivia, writing activities, “potions” experiments, drama games, stories and more! Harry Potter experts, Fantastic Beasts fanatics, and new fans to the magical world of Harry Potter will all love this week of magic, creativity, and competition!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $229
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Jul08 HRS AM: Glass Art: SE19

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Instructor(s): Michel L’Huillier, Fused and Stained Glass Artist and Instructor Create beautiful glass mosaics, jewelry pieces, and decorative objects under the instruction of a professional glass artist. Mr. L’Huillier will teach you various techniques for working with glass, including: fusing and mosaic. At the end of the week, you will have many gorgeous pieces to give as gifts or to cherish for yourself.           Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes to this class. Limited to 15 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      **$164 **Class requires an additional $85.00 materials fee payable to the instructor. Details to follow upon registration  
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Jul08 HRS AM: Improv and Acting Workshop: SE19

  Improv and Acting Workshop      Instructor(s): Kate Donnelly, High Rock Speech-Language Pathologist and Kayla Sweeney, High Rock 6th Grade ELA Long-Term Sub      Join us for a fun week where students will learn acting basics and improv skills. We will watch and study brief videos of improv sketches and participate in creative improv activities, games, and sketches. Students will also learn to analyze scenes and perform the scenes using scripts. Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 4–6      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $209
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Jul08 HRS AM: Make Your Own Dreamhouse: SE19

  Jul08 HRS AM: Make Your Own Dreamhouse: SE19 Make Your Own Dreamhouse      Instructor(s): Caitlin MacDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant and Kristie Griffin, Newman 2nd Grade Teacher      Design and create your own miniature dream home using recycled items, art supplies and a whole lot of creativity. You decide if the floors will be covered with yarn, cloth, hardwood or rugs. Design a fireplace mantle with a TV above it or a cool bookcase. You can paint or wallpaper walls, make chairs, a kitchen table, lamps, curtains, shades, windows and doors. The options are endless! We supply the materials, and you supply your imagination. Note: We will be painting so please bring a smock, old shirt or wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty!      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $229  
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Jul08 HRS AM: Mind, Body and Soul: SE19

    Mind, Body and Soul: Crafting Your Inner Self Instructor(s): Sascha D'Angelo, Pollard Middle School Counselor and Julianne Pizzi, Pollard Middle School Counselor      Join us to discover positivity and self awareness by improving your overall sense of relaxation and stress management. We will do this by participating together in calming crafts, yoga, guided meditation, light exercise, self-exploratory journaling, mandala coloring, breathing techniques, and playing bonding board games. No previous experience required, all levels are welcome! Come meet some new friends and explore your healthy, happy, and calm inner self! Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $229  
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Jul08 HRS AM: Mission: Escape the Room: SE19

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    Mission: Escape the Room      Instructor(s): Karen Vona McIntyre, NHS Library Technical Assistant and Amy Sweeney, Brookline Public Schools Literacy Specialist Are you an escape artist? Accept this week long mission and prove your wits by solving puzzles, riddles, and secret codes to escape before time runs out! Each day brings new adventures and increasing challenges. Collect clues, combine logic and creativity, and collaborate with your team…and you just might make it out alive! Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $229
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Jul08 HRS AM: Pockets, Pockets, Pockets: SE19

  Pockets, Pockets, Pockets      Instructor(s): Jen Tuttelman, Needham Public Schools Nutrition Outreach Coordinator and Jeff Weinstein, Framingham's Potter School 5th Grade Teacher Virtually every country has their own special pocket food. Join us to explore and create these different pockets from around the world. We will be making empanadas, knishes, dumplings and more. We will also create our own fresh doughs and wraps for our imaginative pockets. Have fun making, stuffing, sealing and EATING your delicious creations!      Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $249    
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Jul08 HRS AM: Robotics: SE19

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  Robotics      Instructor(s): Nicole Piatelli, Pollard Grade 8 Science Teacher and Kelly Robinson, Pollard Engineering & Design Teacher      Learn to build and program your own robot! Using LEGO Mindstorms you can program your robot to do what you ask it to do. Find out how fun it is to make your robot follow a line, recognize your voice, throw a ball and more in this inventive class! Limited to 14 students      High Rock School Grades: 5–9      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $229  
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Jul08 HRS AM: Science in a Jar: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.   Science in a Jar      Instructor(s): Erin McElhinney, Boston Renaissance Charter School Summer Instructor/Teacher In this class fun and exciting class we will tie science, art and nature together, as we perform a number of different experiments and make crafts using mason jars. Students will learn about the ecosystem and aquaponics by making “aqua gardens”. We will create with organic materials building terrariums, snow globes, rainbow jars, and glow jars. Students will learn about science and art through a creative process and will have unique projects to take home every day!      Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $209
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Jul08 HRS AM: Team Sports: SE19

  Team Sports      Instructor(s): Mike Ciccolella, High Rock Social Studies Teacher We all have a favorite team sport, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy other sports as well! Plus, who wants to be bored with the same thing over and over again? This summer experience will allow you to play a variety of sports that require working and playing with teammates. Team sports give us all an opportunity to have fun with friends in a safe and exciting atmosphere. Some of the sports we will play are: flag football, hockey, soccer, basketball, and more!           Limited to 18 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 8–12      9:00am–12:00pm      $189
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Jul08 HRS PM: 3D Art and Clay: SE19

  3D Art and Clay      Instructor(s): Jennie Bates, Hillside Art Teacher Come experience the broad range of techniques for making beautiful hand-built creations from clay, fiber, wire and other three dimensional materials. We will use hand building techniques, including pinch, coil, and slab, to create self-drying clay pieces. We will also create fiber art (weaving), wire sculptures and other exciting projects!               Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $229  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Are You Up for the Challenge: SE19

  Are You Up for the Challenge      Instructor(s): Karen Vona McIntyre, NHS Library Technical Assistant and Vicky Neale, High Rock Teaching Assistant This program will encourage you to create and discover…where risk is rewarded and curiosity is promoted. Teamwork and brainstorming will add to the fun. Each day will begin with a new project that you and a teammate will tackle together. Your completed projects will be tested and redesigned, if needed, then presented to the group. Our daily challenges may include projects such as “The Egg Drop”, “Float a Boat”, “Build a Tower”, “Create a Catapult” and “Build a Bridge”!   Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.        Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $209  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Challenges and Games: SE19

Instructors will be a combination of the following (two instructors per week): Paula Kelley, Pollard Wellness Instructor; Renee Campana, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Julie Vona, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Kerry Eaton, former High Rock PE Teacher; Kathleen Kelley, Milton High School History Teacher; and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher      Do you love Survivor, Wipe out and A Minute to Win It? Then come join the fun! If you enjoy physical and mental challenges and love games that are not traditional team sports, then this is the place for you. Activities will include relay races, obstacle courses, scooters and more. We will play Squirrel Hunt, Battle Ball, Cone of Life, Two Camps, Mat Ball, Capture the Flag, and other favorite games. The excitement never ends and the games and challenges change continuously! This course will leave you invigorated, exhausted and a bit sweaty. It will also enable you to meet, battle and have fun with a group of new friends. Limited to 25 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $189    
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Jul08 HRS PM: Creative Writing: Fiction Fun: SE19

Instructor(s): Laura Sechovicz, Pollard Special Education Teaching Assistant      Calling all writers and campers with active imaginations! Students will compose fiction in a supportive atmosphere using interesting writing prompts, constructive templates, and guided instruction. Students can incorporate art in their writing projects if they choose to do so. All writing levels welcome!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–8      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $209  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Design Your Own Board Game: SE19

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Instructor(s): Tracy Ahrens, Broadmeadow Teaching Assistant      Design and create your very own original board game, and then take it home at the end of the week to play with friends and family! In addition to lots of creative and crafty game-making fun, we will play classic board games and engage in class discussions about what makes a board game great. Once our original board games are complete we will have a chance to play them in class as well!      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School Grades: 3–6      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $209  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Engineering: Chaos Towers: SE19

Jul08 HRS PM: Engineering: Chaos Towers: SE19 Engineering: Chaos Towers      Instructor(s): Nicole Piatelli, Pollard 8th Grade Science Teacher and Kelly Robinson, Pollard Engineering & Design Teacher      The chaos tower is a fascinating display of motion. Balls travel from the top of the tower to the bottom in a complicated way. You can design your own twists and turns and other obstacles for the balls to go through. The end result is a beautiful display of seemingly chaotic motion, much like the kind you would imagine exists in an eccentric inventor's workshop. Test and improve your visualization skills and basic understanding of physics. By placing turns, inclines, baskets, and other components in the right places you can create an exciting path for the balls to travel on the way down. If you encounter a problem and the ball gets stuck somewhere, or falls off, you just tweak the design until the problem is fixed. The number of designs you can come up with are practically infinite. Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $229  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Glass Art: SE19

Instructor(s): Michel L’Huillier, Fused and Stained Glass Artist and Instructor Create beautiful glass mosaics, jewelry pieces, and decorative objects under the instruction of a professional glass artist. Mr. L’Huillier will teach you various techniques for working with glass, including: fusing and mosaic. At the end of the week, you will have many gorgeous pieces to give as gifts or to cherish for yourself.           Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes to this class. Limited to 15 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      **$164 **Class requires an additional $85.00 materials fee payable to the instructor. Details to follow upon registration  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Make Your Own Treehouse: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.   Make Your Own Treehouse      Instructor(s): Caitlin MacDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant and Kristie Griffin, Newman 2nd Grade Teacher Have you ever wanted to build a treehouse, but don’t have a tree?  Well, we can help you with that! We will use branches, pinecones, boxes, cardboard, Popsicle sticks, string, and an array of other exciting items to create your own mini treehouse that you can explore with your imagination. Note: We will be painting so please bring a smock, old shirt or wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty!      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $229  
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Jul08 HRS PM: Pockets, Pockets, Pockets: SE19

    Pockets, Pockets, Pockets      Instructor(s): Jen Tuttelman, Needham Public Schools Nutrition Outreach Coordinator and Jeff Weinstein, Framingham's Potter School 5th Grade Teacher Virtually every country has their own special pocket food. Join us to explore and create these different pockets from around the world. We will be making empanadas, knishes, dumplings and more. We will also create our own fresh doughs and wraps for our imaginative pockets. Have fun making, stuffing, sealing and EATING your delicious creations!      Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 8–12      12:30–3:30pm      $249
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Jul08 HRS FullDay: Virtual Reality Video Making: SE19

    Virtual Reality Video Making      FULL DAY CLASS Instructor(s): Josh Yankell, NHS Media Specialist and Natalie Guthrie, NHS TV/Communications Teacher Have you been wondering what the virtual reality buzz is all about? Come see it in action and create it on your own! During this class, you will explore 360-degree video with your own personal device and virtual reality viewers. You will also shoot 360-degree video in various locations and edit this video to create your own interactive experience to share with others.      Note: Each student will need to bring their own virtual reality viewer, such as Google Cardboard. Each student will also need to bring in their own device with a 4–6 inch screen that can access Internet, has a gyroscope and an accelerometer, and download applications. A more detailed application description will be sent after registration.      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 8–12      9:00am–3:30pm      $439  
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Jul15 BES AM: Across the Universe: SE19

  Across the Universe      Instructor(s): Julie Evans, Newman Teaching Assistant A little astronomy, a little science and a lot of Imagination! Learn astronomy facts and explore folktales and myths about our solar system and constellations. We will make star gazers, create new planets, design our own rocket ships and invent other out of this world creations.           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul15 BES AM: American Girls: Past and Present: SE19

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  American Girls: Past and Present Instructor(s): Rosie Calland, NHS Social Studies Teacher and Theresa Levy, NHS Social Studies Teacher American Girl dolls make history come alive through stories, arts and crafts, and imaginative play! Each day our class will feature an era of American history and explore how life at that time was different and similar to ours today. Bring your American Girl or other 18" doll to class each day to join the fun!      Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul15 BES AM: Art Explorations: SE19

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  Jul15 BES AM: Art Explorations: SE19 Art Explorations Instructor(s): Damon Burnard, NHS Visual Arts Teacher (former Art Teacher at Broadmeadow), Published children book writer/illustrator Art Explorations is a fun-filled, art-tastic opportunity for young artists—and engineers—to explore a variety of materials, tools, and techniques. Students will create an amazing array of two-and three-dimensional artworks fueled by their own imaginations in this perennially popular class! Example projects may include (but are not limited to): creating pop-up books and kaleidoscopes, making prints with rollers, ink, and sunlight, painting on paper and 3D surfaces, building plaster sculptures and elaborate paper constructions, making simple weavings, sewing soft sculptures, and assembling collages and puppets.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $229
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Jul15 BES AM: Cool Jewelry: SE19

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Instructor(s): Sarah Donovan, Cambridge Public Schools, 2nd Grade Special Educator and Mikaela Buchinski, King Open School (Cambridge), 2nd Grade Teacher Learn different bead-making and stringing techniques to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. At the end of the week, you will have an array of stunning jewelry treasures to keep for yourself or to give to family members and friends.      Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $229  
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Jul15 BES AM: Dino-mite Dinosaurs: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been cancelled.   Instructor(s); Tracy Gay, Hillside/Newman COTA/L (Licensed & Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant) and Sara Hill, Newman MS, OTR/L (Registered and Licensed Occupational Therapist) Explore the prehistoric past as we discover dino-mite dinosaurs! From tracking dino-prints and making dinosaur eggs to bringing dino skeletons to life in technicolor, we will learn about different dinosaurs and the periods in which they lived. You will learn about dinosaur habitats, diet, what they looked like and how they lived. Collect fascinating facts about these ancient creatures in your own science journal, test your paleontology skills in a dino dig, make some fossils and create your very own dinosaur. This class will be action packed with dino discoveries through books, games, dramatic play, crafts, music and more. Note: Please bring a smock or old shirt to class each day as some of our activities may get messy. Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul15 BES AM: Gotta Dance: SE19

Instructor(s): Alexa Leguyader, Hillside 4th Grade Teaching Assistant Dance is a positive and engaging creative outlet. It can help with focus, teamwork, confidence, self-image, and so many other fundamental self improving skills. The goal of the class is to enjoy music, learn about counting rhythm and beats, move your body, and express yourself through dance. Class will start with a fun warm up and a good stretch, followed by exciting dance activities. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice choreography, choreograph their own dances, and show off their hard work to their peers. Class will come to a close with a cool down stretch, as well as, some mindfulness meditation or yoga.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $209  
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Jul15 BES AM: LEGO Gadgets, Gizmos, Gears: SE19

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  Jul15 BES AM: LEGO Gadgets, Gizmos, Gears: SE19 LEGO Gadgets, Gizmos and Gears      Instructor(s): Vicky Neale, High Rock Teaching Assistant      Join us to have fun with LEGOs and learn about simple machines. Discover how wheels, axles and gears work, then build your very own lawn mower and ferris wheel from LEGO Technic sets. Apply what you have learned to design and build your own fabulous creations!           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $209
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Jul15 BES AM: Mad Scientists: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been cancelled. Jul15 BES AM: Mad Scientists: SE19 Mad Scientists      Instructor(s): Elaine McKenna, Hillside Math Coach and Christine Shelly, Hillside Special Education Teacher Have you ever wondered why a volcano explodes? Or how the different sides of our brains work? Have you ever seen a perfectly great loaf of bread and a few days later it is growing gross green or white mold? Learn the answers to all these scientific mysteries and more! In this science class, we will perform many different experiments each day that explore the human body, life science, earth science, and space science. We will keep a journal to record our predictions of what will happen in an experiment and drawings of our favorite experiment of the day. Over the week, each student will brainstorm about an experiment they want to share with the group. On the last day, we will conclude with a mini science fair where we can all share our own experiments! Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering.      Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $229  
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Jul15 BES AM: Mini Bakers: SE19

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    Mini Bakers      Instructor(s): Kayla Bedigan, Hillside Teaching Assistant and Liz Storer, Eliot Teaching Assistant Young bakers will have a blast making mini treats! You will learn baking basics while you create mini pizzas, mini apple pies, mini crumbcakes and many other bite-sized favorites. Decorate your own aprons, create a mini recipe book and take home delicious goodies each day. Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $249
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Jul15 BES AM: Scrapbooking for Kids: SE19

  Scrapbooking for Kids      Instructor(s): Katrina Martyn, NHS School Counselor      Scrapbooking is a fun way for kids to express creativity while showcasing and reflecting on memories! Every day, we will build and decorate our books, play games, and share our progress and stories with the group. By the end of the week, each individual will have a personalized scrapbook to take home and to share with family and friends!           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $209    
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Jul15 BES AM: Sports of All Sorts I: SE19

  Sports of All Sorts I Instructors will be a combination of the following (two instructors per week): Paula Kelley, Pollard Wellness Instructor; Renee Campana, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Julie Vona, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Kerry Eaton, former High Rock PE Teacher; Kathleen Kelley, Milton High School History Teacher; and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher      Come join the fun! We will enjoy playing active and challenging games and sports activities geared toward students in grades 1–2. Team and individual activities will be presented throughout the week, providing lots of excitement. Games and sports activities may include: soccer, kickball, basketball, Capture the Flag, floor hockey, bowling, relay races, musical spots, batting practice, golf and much more. Limited to 20 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–2      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $189    
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Jul15 BES AM: Sports of All Sorts II: SE19

    Sports of All Sorts II Instructor(s): Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher      Come join the fun! We will enjoy playing active and challenging games and sports activities geared toward students in grades 3–5. Team and individual activities will be presented throughout the week, providing lots of excitement. Games and sports activities may include: soccer, kickball, basketball, Capture the Flag, floor hockey, bowling, relay races, musical spots, batting practice, golf and much more.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      8:45–11:45am      $189
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Jul15 BES PM: All About Pets: SE19

    All About Pets      Instructor(s): Tracy Gay, Hillside/Newman COTA/L (Licensed & Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant) and Kayla Bedigan, Hillside Special Education Teaching Assistant (ELC) Whether you’re a pet owner or just a pet dreamer, you’ll have a doggone good time enjoying a week of games, art, projects, storytelling, dramatic play and learning about the pets we love. Fetch some fun and useful facts about dogs, cats, feathers, fins, rabbits and rodents in your own pet journal. Put your skills to the test in the dramatic play centers including a pet store, vet and grooming area. After learning about rescue and shelter animals, we will design a donation box to collect supplies to help animals in a local shelter. We will even have a special guest pet visitor for a day! Join us for a purrfectly wonderful week as we learn all about the joys and responsibilities of owning a pet.   Allergy Alert: We will have a special guest pet visitor once during the week. Please alert us to any allergies when registering.   Limited to 15 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $209
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Jul15 BES PM: Art Explorations: SE19

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    Art Explorations Instructor(s): Damon Burnard, NHS Visual Arts Teacher (former Art Teacher at Broadmeadow), Published children book writer/illustrator Art Explorations is a fun-filled, art-tastic opportunity for young artists—and engineers—to explore a variety of materials, tools, and techniques. Students will create an amazing array of two-and three-dimensional artworks fueled by their own imaginations in this perennially popular class! Example projects may include (but are not limited to): creating pop-up books and kaleidoscopes, making prints with rollers, ink, and sunlight, painting on paper and 3D surfaces, building plaster sculptures and elaborate paper constructions, making simple weavings, sewing soft sculptures, and assembling collages and puppets.      Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $229  
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Jul15 BES PM: Baking for Beginners: SE19

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Instructor(s): Elaine McKenna, Hillside Math Coach and Christine Shelly, Hillside Special Education Teacher Baking is fun to do and easy to learn. You will make, bake and taste a variety of breakfast foods and treats over the course of the week. You will be introduced to baking skills such as measuring, mixing and how to read a recipe. We will create blueberry buckle, snickerdoodles, scones and more! At the end of the week, you will go home with a cookbook of all of the recipes you made, so that you can bake them at home for family and friends.   Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students        Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $249  
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Jul15 BES PM: Basketball and More I: SE19

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Jul15 BES PM: Basketball and More I: SE19 Basketball and More I Instructor(s): Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher      In this action packed class, you will learn the fundamentals of basketball, do drills to develop and improve your skills, and play basketball games. In addition to Basketball we will also spend a portion of the class playing classic summer games such as Capture the Flag, freeze tag, relay races, musical spots, and much more.           Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–2      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $189  
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Jul15 BES PM: Basketball and More II: SE19

Instructor(s): Weeks 1 and 4: Moore Dodge, NHS Social Studies Teacher and Glen Hopkins, NHS Wellness Teacher; Weeks 2 and 3: Glen Hopkins, NHS Wellness Teacher and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher In this action packed class, you will learn the fundamentals of basketball, do drills to develop and improve your skills, and play basketball games. In addition to Basketball we will also spend a portion of the class playing classic summer games such as Capture the Flag, freeze tag, relay races, musical spots, and much more.      Limited to 18 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $189  
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Jul15 BES PM: Duct Tape Creations: SE19

Instructor(s): Jennifer Priesing, Learning Prep School (Newton) Special Education Teacher and Laurie Kraemer, Newman 1st Grade Teaching Assistant Let your imagination run wild as we construct, create and decorate exciting objects using duct tape. You can make wallets, bags, purses, flowers, belts, folders for schoolwork or papers, jewelry for boys and girls, lanyards for keys, wall décor, even flip-flops. You can also spice up plain items by covering and embellishing them with duct tape. Turn lunch boxes, frames and notebooks into duct tape masterpieces. Join us to find to see what creative inventions we will surprise you with! Limited to 14 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $229
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Jul15 BES PM: Kitchen Science: SE19

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      Kitchen Science      Instructor(s): Caitlin Concannon, KASE Broadmeadow & Hillside Head Teacher and Katelyn Distaso, Newman Kindergarten Teaching Assistant Become a Kitchen Scientist for the week as we discover and explore through scientific experiments. Make your hypothesis and then test it out using materials and products you often find in your own kitchen. Discover what will dissolve a gummy bear, create a moving rainbow, design your own lava lamp, grow your own rock candy and more! You won't want to miss the fun in this exciting new class! Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $249  
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Jul15 BES PM: Story Makers: SE19

    Story Makers      Instructor(s): Janine Everts, Hillside 3rd Grade Teacher Let your imagination run wild as we dream up, tell and act out fun, original stories. Students will imagine and tell their own stories that the teacher will scribe. Students will then listen as their stories are read back to the group. Group members will have a chance to positively comment on the story and ask the storyteller questions. We will further bring our stories to life by illustrating them and with the opportunity to have our stories acted out. Students will act in each other’s stories. At the end of the week, students take home their own scribed and illustrated stories! Limited to 10 students      Broadmeadow School      Grades: 1–3      July 15–19      12:15–3:15pm      $209  
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Jul15 HRS AM: 3D Art and Clay: SE19

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3D Art and Clay      Instructor(s): Jennie Bates, Hillside Art Teacher Come experience the broad range of techniques for making beautiful hand-built creations from clay, fiber, wire and other three dimensional materials. We will use hand building techniques, including pinch, coil, and slab, to create self-drying clay pieces. We will also create fiber art (weaving), wire sculptures and other exciting projects!               Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $229  
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Jul15 HRS AM: A Week At Hogwarts: SE19

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  A Week At Hogwarts      Instructor(s): Tracy Ahrens, Broadmeadow Teaching Assistant A new twist on our very popular “Harry Potter’s World” class! Students will be magically transported to the fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for a week of games, crafts, trivia, writing activities, “potions” experiments, drama games, stories and more! Harry Potter experts, Fantastic Beasts fanatics, and new fans to the magical world of Harry Potter will all love this week of magic, creativity, and competition!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $229    
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Jul15 HRS AM: Dungeons and Dragons: SE19

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Instructor(s): Cristian Marano, Newman Teaching Assistant      Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) is an imaginative, social experience that engages players in a rich fantasy world filled with larger-than-life heroes, deadly monsters, and diverse settings. As a hobby game, D&D is an ongoing activity which connects players with friends on a regular basis. The D&D game is a fantasy game of your imagination. It is part acting, part storytelling, part social interaction, part war game, and part chance. You and your friends create characters that develop and grow with each adventure they complete. Use math, reading, and problem solving skills to become a hero of might and magic in this glorified board game. Join our knights to stop evil and save the world!      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $209  
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Jul15 HRS AM: Earthquake Towers: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been cancelled.   Earthquake Towers      Instructor(s): Nicole Piatelli, Pollard 8th Grade Science Teacher and Kelly Robinson, Pollard Engineering & Design Teacher      Are you up for the challenge to design and construct a skyscraper that can withstand a 10.0 earthquake? Come and spend the week with us to see! We will work in small groups to build a scale model of a skyscraper and at the end of the week test it on an earthquake simulation table, to see how long it can withstand destruction.      Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $229  
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Jul15 HRS AM: Engineering Bridges: SE19

  Jul15 HRS AM: Engineering Bridges: SE19 Engineering Bridges      Instructor(s): Tamara Hosford Keough, High Rock Science Teacher Spend a week as an engineer! Bridges are used all over the world to connect people to resources, places and other people. Through hands-on experiences with a variety of materials and K’nex, you will learn about different bridge designs and the factors that affect how engineers build these complex structures in real life. Put what you learn into action as you design and build your own bridge using a variety of materials, such as, Popsicle sticks, spaghetti, straws, cardboard, string, construction paper and more. Will your bridges withstand the force of gravity? Will they be able to carry a load? Put your skills to the test!      Allergy Alert: Children will be working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 4–6      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $209
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Jul15 HRS AM: Intro to A Cappella: SE19

    Intro to A Cappella      Instructor(s): Kayla Sweeney, High Rock 6th Grade ELA Long-Term Sub Learn the basics of creating an a cappella version of a song! We will do activities that will teach you harmonies, beat boxing, and how to use varied patterns to add variety to your music. Share and collaborate with classmates to provide and receive suggestions and constructive ideas on each other's work. You'll finish the session with your own completed short song. Note: Students will need to bring either a USB attachable microphone or headphones with a microphone built in to class each day (a common example of headphones with a built-in microphone are Apple Earbuds).      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $209  
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Jul15 HRS AM: Kids Can Cook: SE19

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    Kids Can Cook      Instructor(s): Morning classes: Cathy Herndon, Newman 2nd Grade Teacher and Jen Murray, Newman Media Teacher; Afternoon class: Jen Murray, Newman Media Teacher and Caitlin MacDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant We will create several delicious recipes each day, combining tried and true dishes with all new recipes. The recipes will revolve around a different theme each day, such as Salad Day, Soups & Breads, and Cookie Day. You will experience new flavors and learn how combining various foods makes something completely different. You will gain important kitchen skills like measuring, mixing, chopping, and reading a recipe. We will sit down to sample our creations at the end of each class. On Friday, you will go home with your own apron, a recipe book and new ideas, skills and an enthusiasm for working (playing!) in the kitchen.      Note: Please bring empty lidded plastic containers to class each day for bringing home samples of the goods you create. Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–7      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $249  
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Jul15 HRS AM: Magical Art: SE19

Jul15 HRS AM: Magical Art: SE19 Magical Art      Instructor(s): Jonathan DiNapoli, Art Teacher      Discover the infinite potential of the creative process, while experimenting with a wide variety of techniques, including: the secrets of the Sharpie, fine-point ink pens, acrylic paints, watercolors, colored pencils, and more. We will experiment with the styles of Realism, Surrealism, abstract art, cartoons, and illusions. One of our projects will focus on the ancient circular art form, known as mandalas. When we spin our completed mandalas, they will come alive! Come explore and develop the inner artist in yourself!                Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–6      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $229    
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Jul15 HRS AM: Make Your Own Dreamhouse: SE19

    Make Your Own Dreamhouse      Instructor(s): Caitlin MacDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant and Kristie Griffin, Newman 2nd Grade Teacher      Design and create your own miniature dream home using recycled items, art supplies and a whole lot of creativity. You decide if the floors will be covered with yarn, cloth, hardwood or rugs. Design a fireplace mantle with a TV above it or a cool bookcase. You can paint or wallpaper walls, make chairs, a kitchen table, lamps, curtains, shades, windows and doors. The options are endless! We supply the materials, and you supply your imagination. Note: We will be painting so please bring a smock, old shirt or wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty!      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $229  
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Jul15 HRS AM: Screenplay Writing: SE19

  Screenplay Writing      Instructor(s): Joanna Caliman, High Rock ELA Teacher      Learn how to turn stories into fun and creative screenplays! We will read parts of movie screenplays and discuss what we notice. We will then watch the movie scenes to see how the director interpreted the screenplay. Each student start with an short story or story of their own creation and turn it into a screenplay. Students will then work collaboratively to act out and record their scenes.      Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $209  
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Jul15 HRS AM: Team Sports: SE19

    Team Sports      Instructor(s): Mike Ciccolella, High Rock Social Studies Teacher We all have a favorite team sport, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy other sports as well! Plus, who wants to be bored with the same thing over and over again? This summer experience will allow you to play a variety of sports that require working and playing with teammates. Team sports give us all an opportunity to have fun with friends in a safe and exciting atmosphere. Some of the sports we will play are: flag football, hockey, soccer, basketball, and more!           Limited to 18 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 15–19      9:00am–12:00pm      $189  
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Jul15 HRS PM: 3D Art and Clay: SE19

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    3D Art and Clay      Instructor(s): Jennie Bates, Hillside Art Teacher Come experience the broad range of techniques for making beautiful hand-built creations from clay, fiber, wire and other three dimensional materials. We will use hand building techniques, including pinch, coil, and slab, to create self-drying clay pieces. We will also create fiber art (weaving), wire sculptures and other exciting projects!               Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $229
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Jul15 HRS PM: Challenges and Games: SE19

Instructors will be a combination of the following (two instructors per week): Paula Kelley, Pollard Wellness Instructor; Renee Campana, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Julie Vona, Pollard Special Ed Teacher; Kerry Eaton, former High Rock PE Teacher; Kathleen Kelley, Milton High School History Teacher; and Michael Marcojohn, Pollard Experiential Ed/Health Teacher      Do you love Survivor, Wipe out and A Minute to Win It? Then come join the fun! If you enjoy physical and mental challenges and love games that are not traditional team sports, then this is the place for you. Activities will include relay races, obstacle courses, scooters and more. We will play Squirrel Hunt, Battle Ball, Cone of Life, Two Camps, Mat Ball, Capture the Flag, and other favorite games. The excitement never ends and the games and challenges change continuously! This course will leave you invigorated, exhausted and a bit sweaty. It will also enable you to meet, battle and have fun with a group of new friends. Limited to 25 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $189  
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Jul15 HRS PM: Einstein’s Workshop: Code Kingdoms: SE19

    Einstein’s Workshop: Code Kingdoms      Instructor(s): Einstein’s Workshop staff member Learn to create your own Mods for Minecraft using this simple tool for teaching JAVA! Code Kingdoms is a coding interface which allows students to code on several levels from very simple "block coding" with pictures, to more complex JAVA. This class is a great introduction to more advanced coding and no experience is necessary.           Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $249  
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Jul15 HRS PM: Hamilton: The Musical: SE19

Instructor(s): Tracy Ahrens, Broadmeadow Teaching Assistant and Vicky Neale, High Rock Teaching Assistant A little history, a little music and a lot of creativity! This class will focus on historical and creative explorations of Hamilton: The Musical. We will listen to songs and watch clips from the show, as well as, research the story's background, the main characters involved and the timeline of the major events. Using our own creativity, we will express our inspiration and what we've learned through music, drama, writing, and creative artwork! Write your own rap based on historical events, play trivia games using questions we create through the week, develop and participate in short skits, create poems and/or artwork based on the show and more. Join us to share in the excitement and inspiration of Hamilton!      Limited to 12 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $209  
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Jul15 HRS PM: Kids Can Cook: SE19

Now open to grades 5–9. Kids Can Cook      Instructor(s): Morning classes: Cathy Herndon, Newman 2nd Grade Teacher and Jen Murray, Newman Media Teacher; Afternoon class: Jen Murray, Newman Media Teacher and Caitlin MacDonald, Newman 3rd Grade Teaching Assistant We will create several delicious recipes each day, combining tried and true dishes with all new recipes. The recipes will revolve around a different theme each day, such as Salad Day, Soups & Breads, and Cookie Day. You will experience new flavors and learn how combining various foods makes something completely different. You will gain important kitchen skills like measuring, mixing, chopping, and reading a recipe. We will sit down to sample our creations at the end of each class. On Friday, you will go home with your own apron, a recipe book and new ideas, skills and an enthusiasm for working (playing!) in the kitchen.      Note: Please bring empty lidded plastic containers to class each day for bringing home samples of the goods you create. Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products (including wheat, dairy and eggs) during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 14 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $249
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Jul15 HRS PM: Magic: The Gathering: SE19

      Magic: The Gathering      Instructor(s): Cristian Marano, Newman Teaching Assistant      Do you like card games like Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh? Then you're going to love Magic: The Gathering! Created in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast, Magic: The Gathering was the very FIRST trading card game that paved the way for hundreds of modern card games over the past 25 years. This class is designed as an introduction to the game. Participants will familiarize themselves with the many functions of the cards, rules and strategies of playing, and the potential for trading cards within our group. The focus of this workshop is to have fun and to learn something new about the origins of games we all know and love. Magic: The Gathering will allow students to practice mathematics, engage in executive functioning, and improve social/emotional, interpersonal and problem solving skills. Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 6–9      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $209
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Jul15 HRS PM: Minute to Win It: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED.   Instructor(s): Joanna Caliman, High Rock ELA Teacher Laughs, fun and action will abound in this class! Work independently, in pairs, and in teams to take on fun challenges, with just a minute to complete each one. Challenges to include: Dizzy Mummy, Stick the Landing, Rapid Fire, Hoop de Loop, and Bucket Head among others. Meet new friends and have a blast! Allergy Alert: Children will be eating and working with food products during this course. Please alert us to any food allergies when registering. Limited to 12 students      High Rock School Grades: 3–5      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $209  
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Jul15 HRS PM: Printmaking Studio: CANCELLED: SE19

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We're sorry, this class has been CANCELLED. Printmaking Studio      Instructor(s): Anne Nydam, Author and Illustrator      In this introduction to relief printmaking techniques, students will try a number of different ways to create prints. We will make collagraph printing plates from a variety of textured materials and  create several different projects that involve carving and printing rubber blocks. Students will be introduced to some of the unique challenges involved in printmaking, such as positive and negative space, texture, designing with no mid-tones, safety when carving and different uses of multiples. Each day will involve explanation of new techniques, plus time to work on creating the different blocks, as well as printing, and eventually signing and mounting work for display. Parents will be invited to view our exhibited art work at the end of the last class. Limited to 10 students      High Rock School      Grades: 5–9      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $229
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Jul15 HRS PM: Robotics: SE19

  Robotics      Instructor(s): Nicole Piatelli, Pollard Grade 8 Science Teacher and Kelly Robinson, Pollard Engineering & Design Teacher      Learn to build and program your own robot! Using LEGO Mindstorms you can program your robot to do what you ask it to do. Find out how fun it is to make your robot follow a line, recognize your voice, throw a ball and more in this inventive class! Limited to 14 students      High Rock School Grades: 5–9      July 15–19      12:30–3:30pm      $229  
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Jul15 HRS PM: Sew Fun: CANCELLED: SE19