AJCW Fall – Take Two!

AJ Collective Workshops

October 25th through December 6th (no classes November 22nd )

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration happens directly with the instructor of the workshop. Please read the description through and find contact information of each of the teachers at the end of the description. All classes are held on Thursdays at the Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 N. Lincoln Ave, Skokie, IL. General questions can be answered by emailing: mommy@nakitababy.com

 

Thanks much and see you at AJCW soon!

 

ASL 2
9:45a-10:30a

For students with a strong sign base, we will tackle ASL more in depth. More signing, more Deaf Culture, less reviewing! You must have instructor permission for this class. Classes are taught by Amy Eaton who learned ASL in 1988 working with National Technical Institute for the Deaf’s “Sunshine Too”, an outreach company made up of 3 hearing and 3 Deaf actors. Based in Rochester, NY, they toured most of the US, performing for all kinds of audiences in all kinds of situations. In 1990, she moved to Chicago with comrade Peter Cook, an internationally recognized Deaf Poet. Together they taught a mix of ASL and creative drama under the auspices of Urban Gateways from 1991-1995. In 1993 Amy co-founded Nature of the Beast and directed their original “ASL Opera” adaptation of “Medea.”
Class minimum: 6 people, ages 8 and up, parents welcome to take the class as well. (Younger folk by permission only.)
Cost: $60 per student (sibling/family rate available)
Questions, information or to register contact Amy Eaton: amyceaton@gmail.com

           

Lil’s Art and Jammers UNITE!
10:00am-10:30am (art) and 10:30am-11:00am (music)

What could be better than starting your morning off with a little craftiness and wrapping up with a bit of jammin’, jigglin’ and bubble blowin’? This session at AJCW Little’s Art is uniting with Little Jammers for an action-packed hour of fun! Little’s Art will start with a half hour, geared towards children 3 years of age on up to 7 years, with two main guided take-home projects each week, exploring several different mediums each week! The rooms are set up for a fun-filled half hour of exploration (in addition to the main project) with sensory stations to work on fine motor skills though beading, drawing, painting, collage construction, stamping, play dough, stickers and much more! (Parents are invited to attend.) And as if that couldn’t get any better… your wee-one can move on over to the auditorium for some wiggling and giggling to be had while we explore various types of music through movement, dance, and instrument exploration. Classes are taught by art enthusiasts extraordinaire, Jam! Specialists,  and homeschooling moms Jen Kafizov and Amy Jarjusey.
Class minimum: 5 children ages 3-7 years.
Cost: $40 per child for just art. $40 per child for just music. $75 per child for the 1 hour art/music combo. Drop in fee: $8/each/per child, or $13 for the art/music combo/per child.
Questions, information or to register contact Amy Jarjusey and Jen Kafizov: tikistanford@yahoo.com (PAYPAL is accepted for this class.)

 

One-on-One Math Tutoring
10:00am-3:00pm (by pre-scheduled appointments)

Would your child benefit from some focused time in math on a regular basis? Is he or she stuck on some particular mathematical concept, and you don’t know how to help? Is the teacher’s manual just not making sense this week? Or has math become, for whatever reason, a subject you’d rather let somebody else deal with for a while? Set up half-hour sessions of math tutoring for your child – or for yourself, if you’d prefer! – in any level of math from elementary through calculus. One-time and ongoing sessions are both available. Tutoring offered by Newt Sherwin, who left her work with chemistry and math to develop alternative methods of math instruction with her four math-loving children.
Cost: $20 per half-hour session; $100 for six sessions (one per week all term).  Appointments must be arranged in advance, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Questions, information or to register contact Newt Sherwin: nsherwin@ameritech.net 

 

Mystics of the World – Buddhism
10:00am-11:00am
Time is speeding up and the presence of the internet has enabled us to interact with any tradition anywhere in the world.  As a result, we are far closer to each other then we have ever been and we have a new responsibility as Global Citizens to explore the different cultures and traditions of the globe.  Buddhism is one of the fastest growing religions on earth yet it professes itself a philosophy or Way of life.  Buddhist concepts have crept into many facets of our modern society and vernacular especially in the intersection of Buddhism and Science.  Join us for an experiential foray into the mystics of Buddhism—the yogi, yoginis and Masters of Miracles of Mysticism.  Come learn how this ancient philosophy has so much relevance for us today.  This will be the first class of a series that will explore several mystic traditions of the world such as Sufism, Yoga, Indigenous philosophies and mystics of Judeo-Christian Traditions. 
Classes are taught by Yoli Maya Yeh is a Yoga Therapist (VYASA, Yoga for the Special Child) and an Educator in Comparative Religions and Global Studies (MA Comparative Religious Ethics).  Yoli spent twelve years of her young adulthood studying language, yoga, tantra, healing arts and meditation in India.  A native of Evanston, IL, she blends her understandings of Indigenous wisdom teachings, mind-body science, yogic discipline, and play into innovative learning programs for all ages and abilities.  Her recent teaching adventures in cross-cultural education work took her to Jordan, Israel, India, Nepal, Thailand and Cambodia with 15-23 year old students challenging themselves to understand what it means to be a Global Citizen.  More info at: www.yogawithyoli.com

Class minimum: 5 students ages 10-20 years.
Cost: $60 per student including materials.
Questions, information or to register contact Yoli Maya Yeh: kokypus@yahoo.com or 847-505-5947.

 

Creative Writing Workshop
10:00am-11:00am

In a continuation of session one, we will explore different methods of creative writing. We will discover the thrills of dialog writing, experiment with types of poetry, sharpen our note taking skills, write eloquent thank you notes and other epistolaries, create comic strips and try our hand at the one act play to name a few things. The session will culminate with a group poetry/story slam for the last class with writers sharing their favorite pieces from session one or two. Attendance in session one is not required to take the second session. So sharpen your pencils or power up your laptop if you prefer and see you there! Class will be taught by Kim Campbell. She has found plenty of opportunities to share her love of writing with the Chicago community of homeschoolers. She has worked as a literacy tutor, taught writer’s workshops and zine writing workshops and was the founder of the tween and teen clubs with NUG kids.
Class minimum: 5 kids ages 9-15 years of age. Required: notebooks, writing utensils creative energy, and basic reading and writing skills.
Cost: $65 per student $120 for sibling duo.
Questions, information or to register contact Kim Campbell: kim@kimzyn.com

 

 

 

Eco-Crafting
10:45am-11:30am
What can you do with an old sweater?  Or a tin can?  Your mom’s newpapers?  Your dad’s tea bag wrappers?  Come explore what it means to be conscious of Earth’s needs and what we can do to help.  We will learn to be “up-cyclers,” by using our trash to make art, crafts, clothes and household items.  There will be one or two directed projects each week like making homemade shrinky-dinks from recycled plastic and prayer flags from tea bag wrappers as well as time for brainstorming sessions to create your own up-cycled ideas. This class is taught by Clare Heath, former Montessori school teacher and new homeschooling mama.
Class minimum: 5 students ages 6 to 10. Children need to be comfortable with working with sharp objects, able to cut, work with sewing needles, be around sharp items without endangering self or others. 
Cost: $50 per child. $10 drop in fee.
Questions, information or to register contact Clare Heath: claremango@gmail.com

                                                                                               

                                               

Exploring and Writing about Art: LINE Works
10:45am-12:15pm
This is a writing and drawing class that investigates line in art. It’s about luscious line that squiggles, whispers, jumps, and sometimes, boldly confronts! The student is introduced to works of art, and learns to examine the visual information (primarily the line work) and historical context. Each class leads: a discussion about a work of art, a writing workshop, and a drawing exercise.

Emphasis is on developing personal interpretations of the subject matter and expressing creativity. Come to class with a sketchbook and a pen. The instructor provides other drawing materials including: pencils, charcoal, chalk, ink wash, paper, and wire. The class is taught by Charisse Antonopoulos, a homeschooling mom, who has and a MFA in Book & Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago and a MA in Printmaking from The University of Alabama. She has taught: Art History, Typography, Printmaking, and Drawing at college level, and teaches: Collage, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Bookmaking, and Puppetry to children of all ages.
Class minimum: 5 students Ages: 9 to 15 years
Cost: $75 for the first child and $60 for siblings. This is a 90 minute class.
Questions, information or to register contact Charisse Antonopoulos: charisse39@gmail.com

 

 

 

Fun with Phonics
11:30am-12:15pm
We begin with letter/sound correspondence and continue to building and manipulating sounds and words.  We use song (with guitar), poetry and prose to play around with rhyme and rhythm.  We’ll manipulate sounds by breaking words apart and changing them into new ones.  A large portion of the class will be taught in a free movement Montessori style. Various activities will be set up around the room to explore some of what was introduced.  We’ll make our own sandpaper letters, trace letters in cornmeal, match objects to their beginning sounds, use magnets, chalk and pencils to trace and write words.  We’ll make word ladders, “fish” for words and create our own nonsense words.  Come get excited about where stories come from! (This class is a continuation for those who have taken it before AS WELL AS newcomers, working with each child at his or her level.) This class is taught by Clare Heath, former Montessori teacher and new homeschooling mama.
Class minimum: 5 students ages 4-7 years of age.
Cost: $60. 00 per student/full session. Drop in fee: $12.00. (Family rate available.)
Questions, information or to register contact Clare Heath: claremango@gmail.com

 

 

 

World of Cultures
11:15am-12:15pm

In this class we bring the myriad of cultural and religious traditions of the world to life through play, storytelling, body movement, arts and crafts, song and more!  Come learn about how other people of the world celebrate life! Using our imaginations and various tools and props we will travel to a different land in each class exploring the language, arts, spiritual teachings, history, and more of each place.  The more we learn about different cultures at an early age the larger and more adventurous our world will be when we are ready to engage it as adults! 
Classes are taught by Yoli Maya Yeh is a Yoga Therapist (VYASA, Yoga for the Special Child) and an Educator in Comparative Religions and Global Studies (MA Comparative Religious Ethics).  Yoli spent twelve years of her young adulthood studying language, yoga, tantra, healing arts and meditation in India.  A native of Evanston, IL, she blends her understandings of Indigenous wisdom teachings, mind-body science, yogic discipline, and play into innovative learning programs for all ages and abilities.  Her recent teaching adventures in cross-cultural education work took her to Jordan, Israel, India, Nepal, Thailand and Cambodia with 15-23 year old students challenging themselves to understand what it means to be a Global Citizen.  More info at: www.yogawithyoli.com

Class minimum: 5 students ages 5-10 years.
Cost: $72 per student including materials.
Questions, information or to register contact Yoli Maya Yeh: kokypus@yahoo.com or 847-505-5947.

 

A Young People’s History of the U.S.
11:15am-12:15pm

Did you ever notice history is written by the conquerors? Are you tired of stories about battles won and dates of important treaties and not about soldiers in those battles and the people who experienced those treaties firsthand? Would you like to know what it was really like to be a miner, a woman, a black man or a factory worker during the development of America as a great nation? Howard Zinn attempts to tell history from the lesser heard perspectives. Our class will investigate these perspectives through group discussion and hands on projects.  Class will use the book by Howard Zinn “A Young Person’s History of the United States Volume One” as a starting point to explore what  it has meant  to be an American  citizen from all walks of life through different time periods. We will read chapters independently and convene in class to discuss topics (Columbus & the Indians, Black & White, Who Were the Colonists, Tyranny is Tyranny, Revolutions). We will create art, poetry, expository writing and craft projects based around topics of interest so that each student can delve more deeply in to history through their preferred media style. Class will be taught by Kim Campbell. She has found plenty of opportunities to share her love of writing with the Chicago community of homeschoolers. She has worked as a literacy tutor, taught writer’s workshops and zine writing workshops and was the founder of the tween and teen clubs with NUG kids.
Class minimum: 5 kids ages 11 years and up. Required: Purchase and read chapters as assigned from the text each week: http://www.amazon.com/Peoples-History-United-States-Volume/dp/1583227598

Cost: $65 per student $120 for a pair of siblings.
Questions, information or to register contact Kim Campbell: kim@kimzyn.com

 

 

 

Dia De Los Muertos
11:15am-12:15pm

Come explore this respectfully fun day through working on a shadowbox altor-offrenda or Calaca figurines each week (to culminate in our last day of face painting and exhibition). Dia de Los Muertos usually is started a month ahead to prepare for the vast group of ideas and steps to fulfill an offering. Here participants decide whether to make a mini altar or figurine. We will work with the four elements air, water, fire and land. A list of supplies will be given ahead of class and brought with to perform our tasks. Class is facilitated by mami of four Unschoolers: Ecclectic, Independant, Ethnocentric, Loud Mouth, Rambler Emylee Delgado.
Class minimum: 5 students ages 6 to 14 years.
Cost: $65 per student, $100 per couple. Plus the requested list of supplies per student.
Questions, information or to register contact Emylee Delgado: emyleedelmar@yahoo.com

 

 

One-Day Workshop Extravaganza!
12:45pm-1:45pm
AJCW is expanding with these incredible new 1-day workshop offerings! Each week for six weeks there will be a new topic, speaker or workshop offered during this time. No pre-registration for any of these workshops is necessary, and all suggested donations collected will be donated to the organization of the speakers choosing! Come out and enjoy this low-commitment class, enjoy a brand new experience, learn something new, AND… donate to those in great need! Check out the schedule here: http://www.nakitababy.com/one-day-workshops-at-aj-collective-workshops/
Class minimum: None. All ages!!
Suggested donation: $10 per family per workshop paid directly to the speaker/facilitator.
Do YOU have a workshop you’d like to offer for charity? OR, with general questions, information or to register contact Amy Jarjusey: mommy@nakitababy.com

Spanish 3-7’s
1:30pm-2:30pm

This Spanish immersion class will focus on building vocabulary and basic communication skills through songs, games, and movement. Class is taught by Andrew Yearick who has been teaching Spanish in the city for 7 years to kids from toddlers to adults, and has a degree in Education from Lock Haven University with concentrations in Spanish and German. When not teaching Spanish, Andrew pursues an artistic career as a musician and actor. He uses all of those skills in the classroom, and always enjoys his time with the kids.
Class minimum: 4 students ages 3 to 7 years.
Cost: $70 per student.
Questions, information or to register contact Andrew Yearick: andrew.yearick@gmail.com

 

Beading for Beginners
1:45pm-2:45pm
This class will go through a variety of beading projects from key chains to earrings to hemp bracelets. Come ready to learn at least one new beading style per week or come with your own ideas and I can help you work them out. Whether you are making something to wear, gift or sell, this is the place to pick up some new skills and explore a new FUN art form. This class is taught by Eliza Campos, homeschooling mom to two amazing boys and avid crafter.
Class minimum: 5 students ages 8-15 years.
Cost: $65 + $15 supply fee (paid once at beginning unless you bring your own project supplies and tools. Contact instructor for a supply list. Examples: jewelry wire cutters, wire, hemp and beads).
Questions, information or to register contact Eliza Campos: sandroandeliza@gmail.com

 

Riot Grrlz
1:45pm-2:45pm

Our days will consist of a self-awareness workshop geared towards attachment feminism to awaken the inner movement of female empowerment. We will learn from each other and grow together as stronger selves and sisters. Our time spent will be diverse, inclusive and sprayed with music, art (Zine making: a process we will complete at the closing of our session or as the projects pull together; one or more are possible) liberal topic discussion introduced by pre-chosen and carry along articles and spontaneous debates. Our time together will be girl-driven and with luck sparked with energy, compassion, fire and love. My role as facilitator is to assist with barriers and momentum. I am very proud to be able to congregate these emotions as a model for liberation and bringing these ideas to a more compact lifestyle: Feminism. Class is facilitated by mami of four Unschoolers: Ecclectic, Independant, Ethnocentric, Loud Mouth, Rambler, Emylee Delgado.
Class minimum: 5 grrlz ages 9 to 14 (and open). Girls should be willing to share, speak and bring all they have. Our strengths could be within or immediate, together we will work to find our paths.
Cost: $65 singular, $100 pair.
Questions, information or to register contact Emylee Delgado: emyleedelmar@yahoo.com

 

Model United Nations, Jr.
1:45pm-2:45pm
This will train students in Model UN: a role-playing activity in which students represent diplomats or famous people.  In this second session, we will engage in new simulations so that students who were present in the first session can continue to hone their skills.  New students are always welcome to join; simulations are geared to instruct students at any level, beginner or role-playing pro, in geography and the UN/international politics. See http://www.unausa.org/global-classrooms-model-un/how-to-participate. The instructors: Katie Borg, Kevin Wokosin, Andrew Wokosin, and Milan Fredrick have attended several high school Model United Nations conferences in the Chicago area.  This is their third session teaching MUN to middle school students.  They are members of an independent high school MUN club that produces the largest middle school MUN conference in Chicago.  Please visit the conference, NIMUN, on November 30 at the Chicago History Museum to see what MUN is all about! http://www.nimunweb.com/.
Class minimum: 5 students ages 9-13 years with some writing background and reading at middle school level. Students will also acquire skills in public speaking, negotiations, writing, and research. Research methods will continue to be developed.
Cost: $50/student for the full session.
Questions, information or to register contact Morgan Celik: tallynsheart@yahoo.com

 

ASL
1:45pm-2:45pm

We will learn conversational ASL vocabulary as well as developing  ASL grammatical skills using things like facial grammar and classifiers to open up a whole new world of communication possibilities! We will also discuss Deaf Culture and learn to create traditional hand-shape and ABC stories. This will be a fun, interactive class with lots of games and language play! Classes are taught by Amy Eaton who learned ASL in 1988 working with National Technical Institute for the Deaf’s “Sunshine Too”, an outreach company made up of 3 hearing and 3 Deaf actors. Based in Rochester, NY, they toured most of the US, performing for all kinds of audiences in all kinds of situations. In 1990, she moved to Chicago with comrade Peter Cook, an internationally recognized Deaf Poet. Together they taught a mix of ASL and creative drama under the auspices of Urban Gateways from 1991-1995. In 1993 Amy co-founded Nature of the Beast and directed their original “ASL Opera” adaptation of “Medea.”
Class minimum: 6 people, ages 8 and up, parents welcome to take the class as well. (Younger folk by permission only.)
Cost: $70 per student (sibling/family rate available)
Questions, information or to register contact Amy Eaton: amyceaton@gmail.com                                                           

 

Spanish 8-10’s
2:30pm-3:30pm

This is a Spanish immersion class for 8-10 year-olds which will focus on communication, both in speaking and writing. Emphasis will be games, songs, and conversation, with a reading and writing component to each class, all in Spanish. Class is taught by Andrew Yearick who has been teaching Spanish in the city for 7 years to kids from toddlers to adults, and has a degree in Education from Lock Haven University with concentrations in Spanish and German. When not teaching Spanish, Andrew pursues an artistic career as a musician and actor. He uses all of those skills in the classroom, and always enjoys his time with the kids.
Class minimum: 4 students ages 8-10 years.
Cost: $70 per student.
Questions, information or to register contact Andrew Yearick: andrew.yearick@gmail.com

 

 

Math with Manipulatives: A Parent & Child Math Exploration
3pm-4pm
Children who are ready to experiment with math will enjoy learning basic arithmetic, logic and geometry with their parents in this playful, manipulatives-based class.  A variety of games and activities will be offered each week, covering several topics including: counting, addition, subtraction, place value, geometry and spatial relationships, logic, sorting (a pre-algebra skill), and repeated adding of the same number (an easy introduction to multiplication).  Parents will accompany their children as they explore, giving them the opportunity to modify tasks as necessary to challenge each child without exasperating them and to gather ideas for further exploration at home.  Class is taught by Newt Sherwin, homeschooling mom of four, including one mathematically-gifted, attention-challenged, worksheet-averse kid who continues to inspire her exploration of alternate methods for teaching math.

Class minimum: 3 students ages 3-7 years of age. Students should be able to count at least to 5 and be ready to experiment further with numbers, but not yet comfortable with multi-digit addition and subtraction. Written numbers will be used some, but the ability to read and write is not required, and students who cannot read or write numbers yet are welcome.

Cost: $55 per parent/child pair; $40 per additional child in the same family; pre-mathematical children may accompany the watchful parent of a student for free, but please note that choking hazards will be present.
Questions, information or to register contact Newt Sherwin: nsherwin@ameritech.net 

 

Anatomy and Physiology
3pm-4pm
This class will focus on essential cell structure generally, and specifically for nerve and muscle. Also gross anatomy and function of the nervous system and muscle skeletal system. Week one: Review previous session, integrementry; Week two: blood and basic cell structure; Week three: immunology; Week four: endocrine; Week five: neurology one; Week six: neurology two. Classes are taught by Jennifer Reft who is currently a tenured faculty member of Morton College and teaches in the physical therapy assistant program. She teaches kinesiology, neurological physical therapy, and medical terminology. She has a BS in physical therapy and a MS in kinesiology, and is a neurological clinical specialist (NCS) since 1999. She practices physical therapy at Swedish Covenent Hospital and has formal training in Stott pilates and tai chi.
Class minimum: 8 students, ages 9-13 years of age. ** Anatomy books will be available for students to use during class. Students will be encouraged to use these books in any reasonable way—please note that these books feature the anatomy of the whole body and if this is an issue for you or your child your child should not take the class.
Cost: $60 per student, ½ off for a sibling.
Questions, information or to register contact Jennifer Reft: reftpt93@gmail.com 

Archaeology in Mesopotamia 2
3pm-4pm

Mesopotamia is famous as a center of ancient civilization. This class looks at history and archaeology in Mesopotamia to discover what makes it special. I encourage students to be active participants in class through role-play, debate, and hands-on activities.

 

Week 1 – What was it like to live in ancient Mesopotamia?

Week 2 – Hammurabi’s Law Code
Week 3 – Mesopotamian Mythology

Week 4 – Women in Mesopotamia

Week 5 – Great Empires of Mesopotamia

Week 6 – The end of Mesopotamian civilization                                                                               

Class is taught by Dr. Tobin Hartnell who graduated from the U. of Chicago with a PhD in Mesopotamian Archaeology. He now works at the Oriental Institute Museum and gives lectures about the ancient world. He also has an ongoing archaeology project in Persepolis, Iran.
Class minimum: 4 students, ages 10-13.
Cost: $60 per student for the complete set of 6 lessons.
Questions, information or to register contact Tobin Hartnell: hartnell@uchicago.edu

Games Galore!
3:00p -4:00p

Do you have siblings benefiting from other classes at this 3 o’clock hour and you’d like something to do?! Well, come on out and enjoy an hour of board games, puzzles and more with friends! Bring one of your favorites each week to share with others, and learn new games from the new friends you make! This is a casual drop-in game time that will run for the full 6 week session. Class is supervised by Amy Jarjusey and/or Jen Kafizov, homeschooling mothers. Parents are welcome and encouraged to stay and play as well!
Cost: *Family* rental fee donation of $10.00 for the 6 week session.
Questions, information or to register contact Amy Jarjusey and Jen Kafizov: tikistanford@yahoo.com  (PAYPAL is accepted for this class.)

Polymer Clay Creations and Swap Club!
3:00p-4:00p
Are you into polymer clay miniature creations? Or…. Are you interested in learning more about what you can do with this nifty, fun medium? Join us for fun-filled hour of creating and swapping! Learn new techniques; learn new characters, miniatures, and more! Share your secrets and your favorites, or learn a new fun craft! Club is led by homeschooler Dahlia Jarjusey, an avid polymer clay creator who wants to share the passion with others. (Class supervised by her crafty passionate mom, Amy Jarjusey.)
Class minimum: 3 interested soles.
Cost: $30 per club member for the full 6 weeks. This will cover the cost of polymer clay supplies as well!
Questions, information or to register contact Amy Jarjusey : mommy@nakitababy.com  (PAYPAL is accepted for this class.)

TIME / ROOM

ROOM 1 & 2

ROOM 3

BABY ROOM

COMMUNITY RM.

LIBRARY

AUDITORIUM

10:00a -11:00a

LIL’S ART
  (3-6 YRS.)
  10:00a -10:30a
 
  ECO-CRAFTING
  (6-10 YRS.)
  10:45a – 11:30a

ASL 2
  (8+ YRS.)
  9:45a-10:30a
 
 

EXPLORING AND WRITING ABOUT ART
  (9+ YRS.)

10:45a – 12:15p

1-ON-1 MATH TUTORING (BY APPOINTMENT)

MYSTIC OF THE WORLD
  (10-20 YRS.)

CREATIVE WRITING
  (9-15 YRS.)

LIL’ JAMMERS
  (3-6 YRS.)
  10:30a – 11:00a

11:15a – 12:15p

PHONICS
  (5-8ish YRS.)
  11:30a – 12:15p

EXPLORING AND WRITING ABOUT ART
  (9+ YRS.)

 

1-ON-1 MATH TUTORING (BY APPOINTMENT)

WORLD OF CULTURES
  (5-10 YRS.)

YOUNG PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE U.S.
  (11+ YRS.)

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS
  (6-14 YRS.)

12:15p – 1:45p

LUNCH –RM. CLOSED TILL 1:30p
 
 

SPANISH
  (3-7 YRS.)

1:30p – 2:30p

LUNCH – RM. CLOSED

1-ON-1 MATH TUTORING (BY APPOINTMENT)
 
 

LUNCH – RM. CLOSED

LUNCH – RM. CLOSED

SERIES OF ONE-DAY WORKSHOPS
  (ALL AGES) – SEE SEPARATE SCHEDULE
  12:45p – 1:45p

1:45p – 2:45p

SPANISH
  (8-10)
  2:30p – 3:30p

BEADING FOR BEGINNERS
  (8-15 YRS.)

1-ON-1 MATH TUTORING (BY APPOINTMENT)
 
 

RIOT GRRRLZ
  (8+ YRS.)

MODEL UNITED NATIONS
  (9-13 YRS.)

ASL 1
  (8+ YRS.)

3:00p – 4:00p

RM. CLOSES AT 3:30p

PARENT-CHILD MATH WITH MANIPULATIVES
  (3-7 YRS.)
 
 

 

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
  (9+ YRS.)

ARCHAEOLOGY 2
  (10-13 YRS.)

GAMES GALORE
  (ALL AGES)

 

POLYMER   CLAY CREATIONS & SWAP CLUB
  (ALL AGES)

AJCW FALL SESSION – TAKE TWO
OCT. 25TH – DEC. 6TH (NO CLASS NOV. 22ND )

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