Bear Creek PlusAfter School Register

Welcome to Bear Creek Plus, after school programs for students in K-12.

Bear Creek Plus 2016-2017

When:
Monday, September 12, 2016 to Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Where:
Main Building and Upper School Building at Redmond Campus
Contact Information:
Hosted by: Jessica Miller, After School Programs Director
bearcreekplus@tbcs.org
425-898-1720 Ext. 312
About:

Bear Creek Plus consists of three distinct enrichment programs for students enrolled at The Bear Creek School:

  1. Clubs and Teams - Specialist-taught classes and competitive academic teams for all ages, K-12.
  2. Homework Help (Teacher-guided assistance with homework for grades 3-8) and Study Hall (Independent study for grades 5-8). Includes Flexi-Days sign-up.
  3. Extended Day - Tailor-made enrichment activities for grades K-2. Includes Flexi-Days sign-up.

To find out more information:

  1. Click on the Class Details tab for full class descriptions.
  2. Explore these useful links: Fee Schedule; Weekly Calendar; Frequently Asked Questions.
  3. Click on the Register button and select your child's grade to see a list of all classes specifically geared to that grade.

Bear Creek Plus: convenient pick-up and enriching opportunities – it's a big plus for you and your children!

Registration Opens: Wednesday, June 1, 2016 10:00 AM
Registration Closes: Wednesday, June 7, 2017 12:00 PM
Pricing Early Reg Late Reg Bulk Pricing
Grade 01 - $0.00
Grade 02 - $0.00
Grade 03 - $0.00
Grade 04 - $0.00
Grade 05 - $0.00
Grade 06 - $0.00
Grade 07 - $0.00
Grade 08 - $0.00
Grade 09 - $0.00
Grade 10 - $0.00
Grade 11 - $0.00
Grade 12 - $0.00
Kindergarten - $0.00

Clubs and Teams (K-12)

Specialist-taught classes and competitive academic teams for all ages, K-12. Includes annual (A), semester (S) and quarter (Q) classes.

Middle School Math Team (A, 6-8)

September 26, 2016 - May 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Every Week
Mon
203 (Mrs. Stevenson's room)
Presenters:
Jacqueline Probst (jprobst@tbcs.org)

The Middle School Math Team offers students in grades 6 – 8 the opportunity to explore mathematics beyond the classroom in a collaborative, small group environment. The team will compete in multiple competitions throughout the year in various areas of the Puget Sound. During our weekly meetings, we will prepare for these competitions by investigating thought-provoking problems, studying unique ways to think about numbers, and practicing with past competition exams. The annual cost to participate includes entry fees to math competitions.

After graduating from a math and science academy in Las Vegas, NV, Mrs. Probst went on to earn Bachelor's degrees in both Mathematics and Business Administration. She has a Master's degree in Secondary Education and has completed more than half of her doctorate degree in Education. She will start her dissertation on the timing of algebra instruction next year. Mrs. Probst teaches part-time at Bear Creek after teaching all levels of Algebra (Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Algebra 2) at a classical, Christian school in Pennsylvania. She is married and has three kids - two of whom are enrolled in middle school at Bear Creek.


Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $300.00
Grade 08 - $300.00
Grade 06 - $300.00

Lower School String Ensemble (A, K-4)

September 26, 2016 - May 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
St. Gregory Music Room (off main hallway)
Presenters:
Amy Crenshaw (amycr@outlook.com)

The Lower School String Ensemble (grades K-4) provides an opportunity for students to meet other musicians, receive professional coaching, and experience the fine art of music, all while having a great time. All levels of progression will be challenged with an exciting and eclectic repertoire ranging from Classical styles, to fiddle, tango and movie music. Students will be working together to fine-tune principles in basic musicianship, such as rhythm, note-reading and pitch, as well as breaking into select groups for challenge or advanced assignments. All levels are welcome and private instruction is highly encouraged.

Amy Crenshaw lives in the Redmond Ridge East neighborhood with her husband Scott and her children Adam (9) and Lily (7). She attends and serves at Union Hill Church. Amy studied violin at the University of Washington with Maria Larionoff, former concertmaster of the Seattle Symphony. She has served as assistant concertmaster of the Cascade Symphony where she has been a member for over thirteen years. She also has a private violin studio in Redmond Ridge.

Seating: 25
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $450.00
Kindergarten - $450.00
Grade 03 - $450.00
Grade 02 - $450.00
Grade 04 - $450.00

Middle School Forensics Team (A, 7-8)

September 20, 2016 - May 30, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue, Wed, Thu
Upper School building room 202 (Mr. Sorensen's room)
Presenters:
John Julian - Head Coach
Rob Sorensen - Director of Forensics (rsorensen@tbcs.org)
Students train in public speaking and debate for the purpose of competing in interscholastic competition on select weekends during the year. Students have fun in a safe, familial atmosphere that builds positive character traits while learning valuable life skills. No experience is necessary; novices eagerly and warmly welcomed. The Middle School Forensics Season is run in conjunction with the Upper School season. Students may sign up for as many middle school-eligible tournaments as they would like, depending on how much time they want to commit to the program. Grade 7-8 students will practice and compete with the Upper School Forensics Team, but have a reduced schedule during the season. Middle School students are limited to one event during the season (most Upper School team members are performing 2 or 3).

Team meetings for all competitors are held on Wednesdays at 3:30. Practices are held every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday by appointment with the coaches. In general, Lincoln Douglas Debate practices on Tuesdays, Congressional Debate and all speech events practice on Wednesdays and Public Forum debate practices on Thursdays. Middle School students are expected to pick one event and practice one day per week on their scheduled day.

For more information, please contact Mr. Sorensen, Director of Forensics.

Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $300.00
Grade 08 - $300.00

Upper School Forensics Team (A, 9-12)

September 20, 2016 - May 30, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue, Wed, Thu
Upper School building room 202 (Mr. Sorensen's room)
Presenters:
John Julian - Head Coach
Rob Sorensen - Director of Forensics (rsorensen@tbcs.org)

Students train in public speaking and debate for the purpose of competing in interscholastic competition at the local, state, and national levels on select weekends during the year. No experience is necessary. Novices eagerly and warmly welcomed. Students can earn lifetime membership in the National Speech and Debate Association, the honor society for Forensics. Students have fun in a safe, familial atmosphere that builds positive character traits while learning valuable life skills. The Team meets from Sept-June (competition from October-March, with additional opportunities outside of that range).

Team meetings for all competitors are held on Wednesdays at 3:30. Practices are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5:30. Students attend practices based on the events they compete in and may not need to attend all three days of practice.

For more information, please contact Mr. Sorensen, Director of Forensics.

Session Cost:
Grade 11 - $300.00
Grade 12 - $300.00
Grade 09 - $300.00
Grade 10 - $300.00

Upper School Math Team (A, 9-12)

September 28, 2016 - May 24, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Every Week
Wed
Upper School building room 105 (Mr. Prokopchuk's room)
Presenters:
Steven Prokopchuk (sprokopchuk@tbcs.org)

Upper School Math Team meets once per week. There are 3 primary aspects to math team. First, we spend time on four different aspects of mathematics which are important but not part of the curriculum covered in math class. This year we spent time working on topics in number theory, probability, advanced geometry and advanced algebra. A second important aspect of US Math Team is preparation for math competition exams. We currently compete in the AMC 10/12, AIME, USAMO and the Washington State “Math is Cool” competitions. And finally, we will occasionally spend time watching films which explore particular mathematicians or significant benchmarks in the history of mathematics. Upper Math Team meets for 32 sessions (48 hrs.) per year.

Steven Prokopchuk coaches the Upper School Math Team. He has been teaching at The Bear Creek School for 4 years acting as the Math Department Chair. He loves to work with students who share his love for mathematics.

Seating: 25
Session Cost:
Grade 12 - $300.00
Grade 11 - $300.00
Grade 10 - $300.00
Grade 09 - $300.00

Girl Scouts - Daisies (A, K-1)

September 22, 2016 - May 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Lower School Art room (Mrs. Cooke's room)
Presenters:
Kate Sorensen (katelsorensen@hotmail.com)

Girl Scouts is an organization to help girls develop leadership skills. Girls will be involved with skill activities to earn badges, make new friends, work on community service projects and have opportunities for additional field trips and camp outs with parent participation. Daisy Girl Scouts meet in a nurturing, inclusive environment. Girl Scout Daisies can also earn Law Petals and receive participation patches. Girls could choose to participate in other girl scout events held in the community. Daisies will meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month. New girls will need to register separately, online for GSUSA membership. Dues, about $75 annually, are paid separately

The supervisor of the program is Kate Sorensen who is the volunteer manager for Girl Scouts on Union Hill. She has experience working with all grades of girls in Girl Scouts as well as being a trainer of adults. She is looking for parents or other volunteers to join the program and become trained leaders. Please contact Kate if interested in volunteering.

Seating: 12
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $0.00
Kindergarten - $0.00

Girl Scouts - Brownies (A, 2-3)

September 22, 2016 - May 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
104 (Ms. Harrison's room)
Presenters:

Debbie Marchione (dmarchione@tbcs.org)

Girl Scouts is an organization to help girls develop leadership skills. Girls will be involved with skill activities to earn badges, make new friends, work on community service projects and have opportunities for additional field trips and camp outs with parent participation. Brownie Girl Scouts work together, earn Girl Scout Brownie Awards, and explore their community. Friendship, fun, and age-appropriate activities begin at the Girl Scout Brownie meeting and move out to the community and wider world. Girls could choose to participate in other girl scout events held in the community. Brownies will meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Annual dues, about $75 annually, are paid separately. New girls will need to register separately, online for GSUSA membership.

The supervisor of the program is Kate Sorensen who is the volunteer manager for Girl Scouts on Union Hill. She has experience working with all grades of girls in Girl Scouts as well as being a trainer of adults. She is looking for parents or other volunteers to join the program and become trained leaders. Please contact Kate if interested in volunteering.

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Grade 02 - $0.00
Grade 03 - $0.00

Girl Scouts - Juniors (A, 4-5)

September 22, 2016 - May 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
228 (Mrs. Schnarre's room)
Presenters:
Jenn Lorbetske

Girl Scouts is an organization to help girls develop leadership skills. Girls will be involved with skill activities to earn badges, make new friends, work on community service projects and have opportunities for additional field trips and camp outs with parent participation. Junior Girls Scouts earn badges and discover what girl power is all about through new activities and by learning to take charge of their own plans. They gain self-confidence as they explore the world in partnership with their troop/group leaders. Girls could choose to participate in other girl scout events held in the community. Juniors normally meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month only. Dues, about $75 annually, are paid separately. New girls will need to register separately, online for GSUSA membership.

The supervisor of the program is Kate Sorensen who is the volunteer manager for Girl Scouts on Union Hill. She has experience working with all grades of girls in Girl Scouts as well as being a trainer of adults. She is looking for parents or other volunteers to join the program and become trained leaders. Please contact Kate if interested in volunteering.

Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $0.00
Grade 04 - $0.00

Cub Scouts Pack 581 (A, 1-5)

September 20, 2016 - May 26, 2017, 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Various rooms at Redmond and Valley Campuses
Presenters:
Liz Hembree (lizhembree@hotmail.com)

Cub Scout Pack 581 has been an active part of The Bear Creek School community for over 15 years, giving boys (grades 1-5) a chance to learn, grow, work together, achieve milestones, and most of all, have FUN! Our Pack is made up of about 30 to 40 boys. Grade-level Den meetings are held ONCE a month (day varies according to Den), typically from 3:45-5:00 p.m.. Pack meetings with the entire group of boys are held on Tuesday nights (6:45-8:00 p.m.), also ONCE a month. Click here (link coming soon) to access a calendar of meeting dates, times and locations for the Pack and Dens.

Boys learn traditional Scouting skills, as well as teamwork and service. We do at least one service project a year. Camps and campouts are a highlight for many Pack members. Parents love Scouting too! Campouts, monthly pack meetings, and other projects are all great opportunities to enjoy activities with your boys. Dues, paid separately after registration, are $85 annually.

A parent volunteer leads each grade level Den in a meeting held once a month after school, and parent volunteers run all of the Pack meetings (grades 1-5 meeting all together), one evening per month. The Cub Scout organization provides all training for parents, so no prior experience is necessary. Volunteers do need a willingness to learn and help young boys in fun activities. Please contact Liz Hembree if interested in volunteering.

Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $0.00
Grade 01 - $0.00
Grade 03 - $0.00
Grade 02 - $0.00
Grade 04 - $0.00

Coding with Kids: Little Coders (S2, K-2)

January 23, 2017 - June 5, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Lower School Lab: Room 110
Presenters:
Marek Brejl (after-school@codingwithkids.com)

Jump start your child’s STEM education with after-school Coding with Kids’ K-2 class! Students will be developing their computational thinking skills and building their first creative programs. Our curriculum combines a blend of playful activities - both "on-screen" and “off-screen” - to keep students engaged and entertained. Kids will be introduced to programming fundamentals in a variety of ways, from coding puzzles and board games to hands-on programming, using online drag-and-drop tools, such as Scratch. Class meets for 14 sessions

Coding with Kids is a Redmond-based academy teaching computer programming to elementary and middle school children. Our programs take students from the beginnings of coding to the mastery needed for high school AP computer science exams and beyond, but also teach key life skills such as logical thinking, problem solving, and perseverance. We currently serve more than 30 schools and 5 education centers in the Greater Seattle Area. Our team includes experts in both education and computer science, and our curriculum and teaching approach supports boys and girls equally. You can find more information on our website:http://www.CodingWithKids.com

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $315.00
Grade 01 - $315.00
Grade 02 - $315.00

Coding with Kids:Game Development (S2, 3-6)

January 26, 2017 - May 11, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
Room 110
Presenters:
Marek Brejl (after-school@codingwithkids.com)

Do you play games and wonder how they are created? Would you like to build your own computer programs? Come learn how at the Coding with Kids Academy! In this fun after-school class, beginners will be introduced to the core concepts of computer programming, including loops, conditionals and variables. Intermediate students will move on to more advanced concepts, such as nested conditionals and functions with parameters. Using the Scratch development environment, you will learn how to create a variety of programs, from simple animations to multi-level games. With new projects each session, you will be able to express your creativity and advance as a coder! Class meets for 14 sessions

Coding with Kids is a Redmond-based academy teaching computer programming to elementary and middle school children. Our programs take students from the beginnings of coding to the mastery needed for high school AP computer science exams and beyond, but also teach key life skills such as logical thinking, problem solving, and perseverance. We currently serve more than 30 schools and 5 education centers in the Greater Seattle Area. Our team includes experts in both education and computer science, and our curriculum and teaching approach supports boys and girls equally. You can find more information on our website:http://www.CodingWithKids.com

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $315.00
Grade 06 - $315.00
Grade 04 - $315.00
Grade 03 - $315.00

Smart with Art: Explore with Paint (Q4, 1-6)

April 18, 2017 - June 6, 2017, 3:40 PM - 4:55 PM
Every Week
Tue
Lower School Art Room
Presenters:

Explore with paint in this course as students learn how to properly mix paints and develop an accurate color wheel. We will learn a variety of brush strokes learning the uses of several brush types. Working in a sketchbook, we will develop skill building exercises weekly. Next, will explore a variety of painting techniques as we work in watercolor, tempera, and acrylic paints. A variety of concepts and design principles will be explored as we create several works. Students will receive a sketchbook with the course. And, as always, Dress for Mess!

Seating: 18
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $210.00
Grade 06 - $210.00
Kindergarten - $210.00
Grade 01 - $210.00
Grade 04 - $210.00
Grade 02 - $210.00
Grade 03 - $210.00

Chess4Life (Q4, K-6)

March 29, 2017 - May 24, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Lower School Art room (Mrs. Cooke's room)
Presenters:
Josh Honeyman (josh@chess4life.com)
Hope Woods

Chess4Life is committed to bringing an excellent program with a positive learning environment to Bear Creek. Chess study has shown to increase math skills, concentration, memory, and self-confidence. All students, of any skill level, are welcome.

The mission of Chess4Life is teaching life skills through chess and, in doing so, positively impact as many children's lives as possible. Through the game of chess we endeavor to teach character qualities and the importance of a core set of values. We do this through the instruction of our proprietary curriculum and, perhaps more importantly, our own personal example. We stand by the adage that what we do frequently speaks louder than what we say. Our promise is that students at Chess4Life will learn chess, learn life skills, and have fun. Seeing children develop into confident, persistent achievers is a wonderful reward for the work put into making Chess4Life happen. Chess4Life focuses on encouraging students at all levels, developing sportsmanship and ''team play,'' and providing the right environment and experiences that students need in order to excel in chess and their personal endeavors throughout the course of their lives.


Coach Hope was born in Vallejo, CA. She grew up in Washington state from the age of four and loves being outdoors and heavy rain fall. She is a practitioner of Ishinryuu Martial Arts and taught mixed martial arts for 5 years before laying down the mantel for the pursuit of greater knowledge, during which she discovered a great love for chess. Coach Hope’s hobbies include reading, horseback riding, archery, hiking, and of course, chess.



Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Rainy Day Dinner Club - Wed (Q4, 1-5)

March 29, 2017 - May 31, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Every Week
Wed
Small Kitchen, off Commons
Presenters:
Samantha Smith (rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com)

For $40 each week, students will create delicious dishes focusing on the importance of local ingredients, scratch cooking, & natural preservatives while practicing kitchen safety & providing their family with dinner! Each week students will follow recipes, learn the science behind the use of different ingredients and the important role herbs spices and veggies play in flavoring our favorite foods. Each entrée serves 4 to 6 and is packaged in oven-ready cookware with baking instructions. We will provide vegetarian options upon request. **We’re unable to provide gluten free or dairy free classes, but all classes are nut free. ** Please contact Samantha with any questions rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com

Samantha Smith's background is in kitchen management and youth development. She has worked for Boys and Girls Club, Redmond Teen Programs, and Friends of Youth. As a cook even she found it hard to cook dinner every night. She hopes to take some of the pressure off parents by having students bring home dinner once a week. Sam believes that our community’s investment in children’s nutrition needs to run deeper than our dinner plates. By combining culinary skills with her love of working with youth she has created a program that ignites food creativity and adventure in students. Providing a space for students to become the teacher at dinner over a family meal.

4th Quarter Menu to follow.


Seating: 10
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $360.00
Grade 01 - $360.00
Grade 04 - $360.00
Grade 02 - $360.00
Grade 03 - $360.00

Rainy Day Dinner Club - Tues (Q4, 1-5)

March 28, 2017 - May 30, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Every Week
Tue
Room 110
Presenters:
Samantha Smith (rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com)

For $40 each week, students will create delicious dishes focusing on the importance of local ingredients, scratch cooking, & natural preservatives while practicing kitchen safety & providing their family with dinner! Each week students will follow recipes, learn the science behind the use of different ingredients and the important role herbs spices and veggies play in flavoring our favorite foods. Each entrée serves 4 to 6 and is packaged in oven-ready cookware with baking instructions. We will provide vegetarian options upon request. **We’re unable to provide gluten free or dairy free classes, but all classes are nut free. ** Please contact Samantha with any questions rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com

Samantha Smith's background is in kitchen management and youth development. She has worked for Boys and Girls Club, Redmond Teen Programs, and Friends of Youth. As a cook even she found it hard to cook dinner every night. She hopes to take some of the pressure off parents by having students bring home dinner once a week. Sam believes that our community’s investment in children’s nutrition needs to run deeper than our dinner plates. By combining culinary skills with her love of working with youth she has created a program that ignites food creativity and adventure in students. Providing a space for students to become the teacher at dinner over a family meal.

4th Quarter Menu to follow.


Seating: 12
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $320.00
Grade 01 - $320.00
Grade 04 - $320.00
Grade 02 - $320.00
Grade 03 - $320.00

Homework Help (3-8)

Teacher-guided assistance with homework for grades 3-8 in the Ida Lairson Library from 3:30-5:30, M-Th. Flexi-Day sign-up available.

Homework Help (3-8): Five Flexi-Days

September 12, 2016 - June 1, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. The Homework Help program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only.

The Homework Help “Five Flexi-Days" option allows you to sign up your child for five 2-hour sessions at a cost of $125. Flexi-Days may be used at any time, on any day (M-Th) during the school year. Once your registration/payment has been received, Miss Miller will contact you to arrange the dates for your son/daughter to attend. To assist planning, registration for Flexi-Days must be received no later than 12 noon on the first requested date.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $125.00
Grade 08 - $125.00
Grade 05 - $125.00
Grade 06 - $125.00
Grade 04 - $125.00
Grade 03 - $125.00

Homework Help (3-8): One Flexi-Day

September 12, 2016 - June 1, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only.

The Homework Help “One Flexi-Day" option allows you to sign up your child for one 2-hour session at a cost of $25. This Flexi-Day may be used at any time, on any day (M-Th) during the school year. Once your registration/payment has been received, Miss Miller will contact you to arrange the date for your son/daughter to attend. To assist planning, registration for a Flexi-Day must be received no later than 12 noon on the requested date.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $25.00
Grade 08 - $25.00
Grade 05 - $25.00
Grade 06 - $25.00
Grade 04 - $25.00
Grade 03 - $25.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q4 Mon

April 24, 2017 - May 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

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Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $100.00
Grade 08 - $100.00
Grade 05 - $100.00
Grade 06 - $100.00
Grade 04 - $100.00
Grade 03 - $100.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q4 Tues

March 28, 2017 - May 30, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $160.00
Grade 08 - $160.00
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q4 Wed

March 29, 2017 - May 31, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.


Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $180.00
Grade 08 - $180.00
Grade 05 - $180.00
Grade 06 - $180.00
Grade 04 - $180.00
Grade 03 - $180.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q4 Thurs

March 30, 2017 - May 25, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $160.00
Grade 08 - $160.00
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Study Hall (5-8)

Supervised, independent study for grades 5-8 in the C.E.

Study Hall (5-8): Five Flexi-Days

September 12, 2016 - June 1, 2017, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:

Study Hall provides a supervised, quiet place for students in grades 5-8 to continue to study or read independently, after the C.E. "Ted" Kindel Library (EMS/MS) closes at 4:30pm*. The class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school and gives parents the flexibility of picking up students later than usual. Study Hall is staffed by a Bear Creek Plus teacher and meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents of students in grades 5-8 who are looking for more hands-on assistance with homework may enroll in Homework Help which meets in the same location.*Note: The Kindel Library is open M-F until 4:30pm.at no charge.

The Study Hall “Five Flexi-Days" option allows you to sign up your child for five 1-hour sessions at a cost of $50. Flexi days may be used at any time, on any day (M-Th) during the school year. Once your registration/payment has been received, Mr. Woollard will contact you to arrange the dates for your son/daughter to attend. To assist planning, registration for flexi days must be received no later than 12 noon on the first requested date.

Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $50.00
Grade 06 - $50.00
Grade 07 - $50.00
Grade 08 - $50.00

Study Hall (5-8): One Flexi-Day

September 12, 2016 - June 1, 2017, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:

Study Hall provides a supervised, quiet place for students in grades 5-8 to continue to study or read independently, after the C.E. "Ted" Kindel Library (EMS/MS) closes at 4:30pm*. The class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school and gives parents the flexibility of picking up students later than usual. Study Hall is staffed by a Bear Creek Plus teacher and meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents of students in grades 5-8 who are looking for more hands-on assistance with homework may enroll in Homework Help which meets in the same location. *Note: The Kindel Library is open M-F until 4:30pm.at no charge.

The Study Hall "One Flexi-Day" option allows you to sign up your child for a 1-hour session at a cost of $10. This Flexi-Day may be used at any time, on any day (M-Th) during the school year. Once your registration/payment has been received, Mr. Woollard will contact you to arrange the date for your son/daughter to attend. To assist planning, registration for a Flexi-Day must be received no later than 12 noon on the requested date.

Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $10.00
Grade 06 - $10.00
Grade 07 - $10.00
Grade 08 - $10.00

Extended Day (K-2)

Tailor-made enrichment activities for grades K-2 in LS classrooms from 3:30-5:30, M-Th. Flexi-Day sign-up available.

Extended Day (K-2): Five Flexi-Days

September 12, 2016 - June 1, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only.

The Extended Day “Five Flexi-Days" option allows you to sign up your child for five 2-hour sessions at a cost of $125. Flexi-Days may be used at any time, on any day (M-Th) during the school year. Once your registration/payment has been received, Mr. Woollard will contact you to arrange the dates for your son/daughter to attend. To assist planning, registration for Flexi-Days must be received no later than 12 noon on the first requested date.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $125.00
Kindergarten - $125.00
Grade 02 - $125.00

Extended Day (K-2): One Flexi-Day

September 12, 2016 - June 1, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only.

The Extended Day "One Flexi-Day" option allows you to sign up your child for one 2-hour session at a cost of $25. This Flexi-Day may be used at any time, on any day (M-Th) during the school year. Once your registration/payment has been received, Mr. Woollard will contact you to arrange the date for your son/daughter to attend. To assist planning, registration for a Flexi-Day must be received no later than 12 noon on the requested date.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $25.00
Kindergarten - $25.00
Grade 02 - $25.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q4 Mon

April 24, 2017 - May 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $100.00
Grade 01 - $100.00
Grade 02 - $100.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q4 Tues

March 28, 2017 - May 30, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (mfenderson@tbcs.org)
Alyson Gray

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $160.00
Grade 01 - $160.00
Grade 02 - $160.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q4 Weds

March 29, 2017 - May 31, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $180.00
Grade 01 - $180.00
Grade 02 - $180.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q4 Thurs

March 30, 2017 - June 1, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $180.00
Grade 01 - $180.00
Grade 02 - $180.00

Expired Sessions

Homework Help (3-8) Q1 Mon

September 12, 2016 - October 24, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise323@me.com)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Grade 07 - $140.00
Grade 08 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q1 Tues

September 13, 2016 - October 25, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Grade 07 - $140.00
Grade 08 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q1 Wed

September 14, 2016 - October 26, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Grade 07 - $140.00
Grade 08 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q1 Thurs

September 15, 2016 - October 27, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $120.00
Grade 06 - $120.00
Grade 07 - $120.00
Grade 08 - $120.00
Grade 03 - $120.00
Grade 04 - $120.00

Study Hall Q1 Mon (5-8)

September 12, 2016 - October 24, 2016, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Kindel Library
Presenters:

Study Hall provides a supervised, quiet place for students in grades 5-8 to continue to study or read independently, after the C.E. "Ted" Kindel Library (EMS/MS) closes at 4:30pm*. The class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school and gives parents the flexibility of picking up students later than usual. Study Hall is staffed by a Bear Creek Plus teacher and meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $8 per afternoon per week. Parents of students in grades 5-8 who are looking for more hands-on assistance with homework may enroll in Homework Help which meets in the same location. *Note: The Kindel Library is open M-F until 4:30pm.at no charge.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $56.00
Grade 06 - $56.00
Grade 07 - $56.00
Grade 08 - $56.00

Study Hall Q1 Wed (5-8)

September 14, 2016 - October 26, 2016, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Kindel Library
Presenters:

Study Hall provides a supervised, quiet place for students in grades 5-8 to continue to study or read independently, after the C.E. "Ted" Kindel Library (EMS/MS) closes at 4:30pm*. The class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school and gives parents the flexibility of picking up students later than usual. Study Hall is staffed by a Bear Creek Plus teacher and meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $8 per afternoon per week. Parents of students in grades 5-8 who are looking for more hands-on assistance with homework may enroll in Homework Help which meets in the same location. *Note: The Kindel Library is open M-F until 4:30pm.at no charge.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $56.00
Grade 06 - $56.00
Grade 07 - $56.00
Grade 08 - $56.00

Coding with Kids: Little Coders (S1, K-2)

September 12, 2016 - January 16, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Lower School Lab: Room 110
Presenters:
Marek Brejl (after-school@codingwithkids.com)

Jump start your child’s STEM education with after-school Coding with Kids’ K-2 class! Students will be developing their computational thinking skills and building their first creative programs. Our curriculum combines a blend of playful activities - both "on-screen" and “off-screen” - to keep students engaged and entertained. Kids will be introduced to programming fundamentals in a variety of ways, from coding puzzles and board games to hands-on programming, using online drag-and-drop tools, such as Scratch. Class meets for 14 sessions

Coding with Kids is a Redmond-based academy teaching computer programming to elementary and middle school children. Our programs take students from the beginnings of coding to the mastery needed for high school AP computer science exams and beyond, but also teach key life skills such as logical thinking, problem solving, and perseverance. We currently serve more than 30 schools and 5 education centers in the Greater Seattle Area. Our team includes experts in both education and computer science, and our curriculum and teaching approach supports boys and girls equally. You can find more information on our website:http://www.CodingWithKids.com

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $315.00
Grade 01 - $315.00
Grade 02 - $315.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q1 Mon

September 12, 2016 - October 24, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q2 Tues

September 13, 2016 - October 25, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (mfenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q1 Weds

September 14, 2016 - October 26, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q1 Thurs

September 15, 2016 - October 27, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $120.00
Kindergarten - $120.00
Grade 02 - $120.00

Rainy Day Dinner Club (Q1, 1-5)

September 13, 2016 - October 25, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Every Week
Tue
Small Kitchen, off Commons
Presenters:
Samantha Smith (rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com)

For $40 each week, students will create delicious dishes focusing on the importance of local ingredients, scratch cooking, & natural preservatives while practicing kitchen safety & providing their family with dinner! Each week students will follow recipes, learn the science behind the use of different ingredients and the important role herbs spices and veggies play in flavoring our favorite foods. Each entrée serves 4 to 6 and is packaged in oven-ready cookware with baking instructions. We will provide vegetarian options upon request. **We’re unable to provide gluten free or dairy free classes, but all classes are nut free. ** Please contact Samantha with any questions rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com

Samantha Smith's background is in kitchen management and youth development. She has worked for Boys and Girls Club, Redmond Teen Programs, and Friends of Youth. As a cook even she found it hard to cook dinner every night. She hopes to take some of the pressure off parents by having students bring home dinner once a week. Sam believes that our community’s investment in children’s nutrition needs to run deeper than our dinner plates. By combining culinary skills with her love of working with youth she has created a program that ignites food creativity and adventure in students. Providing a space for students to become the teacher at dinner over a family meal.

1st Quarter Menu to follow.


Seating: 8
Session Cost:
Grade 01 - $280.00
Grade 03 - $280.00
Grade 02 - $280.00
Grade 04 - $280.00
Grade 05 - $280.00

Smart with Art - Visual Arts: Road Trip USA (Q1, K-6)

September 13, 2016 - October 25, 2016, 3:40 PM - 4:55 PM
Every Week
Tue
Lower School Art Room
Presenters:
Olga Meleshko

Pack your bags and hop in the car with Smart with Art as we hit the open road exploring regions of the U.S. in Art! We will drive down to the Grand Canyon to explore chalk pastels, then we will swing by some wacky roadside attractions that will be sure to pop off the page. Rock out with us when we drive through Nashville, home of America’s country music and create a musically inspired marker collage, and watch out for snapping alligators in the everglades, when we create painted relief sculptures on canvas. There is so much to create and explore around the U.S.A. with markers, watercolors, paint, collage, oil pastels, chalk, sculpture and more! Don’t miss out on this creative journey from coast to coast! Join us this Fall to expand your artistic skills as we road Trip around the USA! And, as always, Dress for Mess!

Seating: 18
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Kindergarten - $160.00
Grade 01 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 02 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Coding with Kids: Beginner-Intermediate (S1, 3-6)

September 14, 2016 - January 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Innovation Lab: Room 120 (Mrs. Chong's classroom)
Presenters:
Marek Brejl (after-school@codingwithkids.com)

Want to become a coding ace and write your own games? Join the after-school Coding with Kids club! Both beginners as well as returning, intermediate level students are welcome! BEGINNERS will use fundamental coding concepts, such as loops, conditionals, and variables, to create fun interactive stories, quizzes, or simple games. INTERMEDIATE students will be introduced to more advanced concepts, such as nested conditionals and functions, which will allow them to build advanced projects, for example multi-level maze or platformer games. The programming tool we use in class is Scratch (scratch.mit.edu), a drag-and-drop environment developed by MIT Labs for kids. No typing skills required. Scratch provides lots of creative outlets, such as backgrounds, characters, sounds and colors, which makes coding even more fun! To quickly see what kids can create in Scratch, watch this little video: http://vimeo.com/80961102. Class meets for 15 sessions.

Coding with Kids is a Redmond-based academy teaching computer programming to elementary and middle school children. Our programs take students from the beginnings of coding to the mastery needed for high school AP computer science exams and beyond, but also teach key life skills such as logical thinking, problem solving, and perseverance. We currently serve more than 30 schools and 5 education centers in the Greater Seattle Area. Our team includes experts in both education and computer science, and our curriculum and teaching approach supports boys and girls equally. You can find more information on our website:http://www.CodingWithKids.com

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $385.00
Grade 06 - $385.00
Grade 03 - $385.00
Grade 04 - $385.00

Chess4Life (Q1, K-6)

September 14, 2016 - October 26, 2016, 3:30 PM - 4:40 PM
Every Week
Wed
Lower School Art room (Mrs. Cooke's room)
Presenters:
Josh Honeyman (josh@chess4life.com)
Bert Rutgers
Hope Woods

Chess4Life is committed to bringing an excellent program with a positive learning environment to Bear Creek. Chess study has shown to increase math skills, concentration, memory, and self-confidence. All students, of any skill level, are welcome.

The mission of Chess4Life is teaching life skills through chess and, in doing so, positively impact as many children's lives as possible. Through the game of chess we endeavor to teach character qualities and the importance of a core set of values. We do this through the instruction of our proprietary curriculum and, perhaps more importantly, our own personal example. We stand by the adage that what we do frequently speaks louder than what we say. Our promise is that students at Chess4Life will learn chess, learn life skills, and have fun. Seeing children develop into confident, persistent achievers is a wonderful reward for the work put into making Chess4Life happen. Chess4Life focuses on encouraging students at all levels, developing sportsmanship and ''team play,'' and providing the right environment and experiences that students need in order to excel in chess and their personal endeavors throughout the course of their lives.

Bert Rutgers is a lead chess coach at the Bellevue Center. He started coaching for Chess4Life in 2006, and currently teaches Pawn to Queen level classes. His sense of humor combined with his enthusiastic teaching style make him one of the most successful coaches with beginner to intermediate students. In the classroom, Bert places heavy emphasis on respect, effort, and having fun. Bert started playing chess when we was in the second grade. He started playing chess scholastically in 1996, and has continued to maintain a high involvement with it since. He has participated as TD of the Seattle Sluggers.Outside of chess, Bert loves singing tenor for the Seattle Symphony Chorale.

Coach Hope was born in Vallejo, CA. She grew up in Washington state from the age of four and loves being outdoors and heavy rain fall. She is a practitioner of Ishinryuu Martial Arts and taught mixed martial arts for 5 years before laying down the mantel for the pursuit of greater knowledge, during which she discovered a great love for chess. Coach Hope’s hobbies include reading, horseback riding, archery, hiking, and of course, chess.



Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Jedi Robotics using LEGO® EV3 (Q1, 4-7)

September 15, 2016 - October 27, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
201 (MS Science Classroom)
Presenters:
Faris Habib (faris@play-well.org)

These ARE the droids you’re looking for! Build and program robots inspired by a galaxy far, far away using the LEGO® Mindstorms system. Navigate a minefield, target shield generators, and even respond to the Force using Play-Well’s full array of sensors and servos. Learn about mechanical and software design, loops, conditional statements, problem solving, and teamwork skills. Work in small groups to solve problems in this open-ended Jedi-themed environment. Q1 class meets for 6 sessions.

Our instructors have varied educational backgrounds: engineering, architecture, biology, geology, art, alternative energy, etc. More importantly though, is that they all share a common enthusiasm for kids and engineering, electronics, and robotics!

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $195.00
Grade 06 - $195.00
Grade 07 - $195.00
Grade 04 - $195.00

Pre-engineering: Mine, Craft, Build using LEGO® (Q2, K-3)

November 3, 2016 - January 19, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Every Week
Thu
107 (Ms. Perry's room)
Presenters:
Faris Habib (faris@play-well.org)

Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as a motorized Creeper, a portal to the Nether, and a moving Minecart! Create your favorite Minecraft objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Whether you are new to Minecraft and LEGO or a seasoned veteran, you'll be hooked on the endless creative possibilities. Class meets for 8 sessions.

Our instructors have varied educational backgrounds: engineering, architecture, biology, geology, art, alternative energy, etc. More importantly though, is that they all share a common enthusiasm for kids and engineering, electronics, and robotics!

Seating: 16
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $170.00
Grade 01 - $170.00
Grade 02 - $170.00
Grade 03 - $170.00

Smart with Art - Discover with Drawing (Q2, 1-6)

November 1, 2016 - January 17, 2017
Every Week
Tue
Lower School Art Room

Details to come

Seating: 18
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $230.00
Grade 06 - $230.00
Grade 01 - $230.00
Grade 04 - $230.00
Grade 02 - $230.00
Grade 03 - $230.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q2 Mon

November 7, 2016 - January 9, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

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Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $140.00
Grade 08 - $140.00
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q2 Tues

November 1, 2016 - January 17, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $200.00
Grade 08 - $200.00
Grade 05 - $200.00
Grade 06 - $200.00
Grade 04 - $200.00
Grade 03 - $200.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q2 Wed

November 2, 2016 - January 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.


Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $140.00
Grade 08 - $140.00
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q2 Thurs

November 3, 2016 - January 19, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $140.00
Grade 08 - $140.00
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Study Hall Q2 Tues (5-8)

November 1, 2016 - January 17, 2017, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
Kindel Library
Presenters:

Study Hall provides a supervised, quiet place for students in grades 5-8 to continue to study or read independently, after the C.E. "Ted" Kindel Library (EMS/MS) closes at 4:30pm*. The class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school and gives parents the flexibility of picking up students later than usual. Study Hall is staffed by a Bear Creek Plus teacher and meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $8 per afternoon per week. Parents of students in grades 5-8 who are looking for more hands-on assistance with homework may enroll in Homework Help which meets in the same location. *Note: The Kindel Library is open M-F until 4:30pm.at no charge.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $80.00
Grade 08 - $80.00
Grade 05 - $80.00
Grade 06 - $80.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q2 Mon

November 7, 2016 - January 9, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q2 Tues

November 1, 2016 - January 17, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Alyson Gray (mfenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.


Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $200.00
Grade 01 - $200.00
Grade 02 - $200.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q2 Weds

November 2, 2016 - January 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q2 Thurs

November 3, 2016 - January 19, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00

Chess4Life (Q2, K-6)

November 2, 2016 - January 18, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:40 PM
Every Week
Wed
Lower School Art room (Mrs. Cooke's room)
Presenters:
Josh Honeyman (josh@chess4life.com)
Bert Rutgers
Hope Woods

Chess4Life is committed to bringing an excellent program with a positive learning environment to Bear Creek. Chess study has shown to increase math skills, concentration, memory, and self-confidence. All students, of any skill level, are welcome.

The mission of Chess4Life is teaching life skills through chess and, in doing so, positively impact as many children's lives as possible. Through the game of chess we endeavor to teach character qualities and the importance of a core set of values. We do this through the instruction of our proprietary curriculum and, perhaps more importantly, our own personal example. We stand by the adage that what we do frequently speaks louder than what we say. Our promise is that students at Chess4Life will learn chess, learn life skills, and have fun. Seeing children develop into confident, persistent achievers is a wonderful reward for the work put into making Chess4Life happen. Chess4Life focuses on encouraging students at all levels, developing sportsmanship and ''team play,'' and providing the right environment and experiences that students need in order to excel in chess and their personal endeavors throughout the course of their lives.

Bert Rutgers is a lead chess coach at the Bellevue Center. He started coaching for Chess4Life in 2006, and currently teaches Pawn to Queen level classes. His sense of humor combined with his enthusiastic teaching style make him one of the most successful coaches with beginner to intermediate students. In the classroom, Bert places heavy emphasis on respect, effort, and having fun. Bert started playing chess when we was in the second grade. He started playing chess scholastically in 1996, and has continued to maintain a high involvement with it since. He has participated as TD of the Seattle Sluggers.Outside of chess, Bert loves singing tenor for the Seattle Symphony Chorale.

Coach Hope was born in Vallejo, CA. She grew up in Washington state from the age of four and loves being outdoors and heavy rain fall. She is a practitioner of Ishinryuu Martial Arts and taught mixed martial arts for 5 years before laying down the mantel for the pursuit of greater knowledge, during which she discovered a great love for chess. Coach Hope’s hobbies include reading, horseback riding, archery, hiking, and of course, chess.



Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Rainy Day Dinner Club (Q2, 1-5)

November 1, 2016 - January 17, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Every Week
Tue
Small Kitchen, off Commons
Presenters:
Samantha Smith (rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com)

For $40 each week, students will create delicious dishes focusing on the importance of local ingredients, scratch cooking, & natural preservatives while practicing kitchen safety & providing their family with dinner! Each week students will follow recipes, learn the science behind the use of different ingredients and the important role herbs spices and veggies play in flavoring our favorite foods. Each entrée serves 4 to 6 and is packaged in oven-ready cookware with baking instructions. We will provide vegetarian options upon request. **We’re unable to provide gluten free or dairy free classes, but all classes are nut free. ** Please contact Samantha with any questions rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com

Samantha Smith's background is in kitchen management and youth development. She has worked for Boys and Girls Club, Redmond Teen Programs, and Friends of Youth. As a cook even she found it hard to cook dinner every night. She hopes to take some of the pressure off parents by having students bring home dinner once a week. Sam believes that our community’s investment in children’s nutrition needs to run deeper than our dinner plates. By combining culinary skills with her love of working with youth she has created a program that ignites food creativity and adventure in students. Providing a space for students to become the teacher at dinner over a family meal.

2nd Quarter Menu to follow.


Seating: 10
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $360.00
Grade 01 - $360.00
Grade 04 - $360.00
Grade 02 - $360.00
Grade 03 - $360.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q3 Mon

January 23, 2017 - March 20, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

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Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $160.00
Grade 08 - $160.00
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q3 Mon

January 23, 2017 - March 20, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Mon
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $160.00
Grade 01 - $160.00
Grade 02 - $160.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q3 Tues

January 24, 2017 - March 21, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $160.00
Grade 08 - $160.00
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q3 Tues

January 24, 2017 - March 21, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Tue
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Alyson Gray

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.


Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $160.00
Grade 01 - $160.00
Grade 02 - $160.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q3 Wed

January 25, 2017 - March 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Sarah Pettit

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.


Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $160.00
Grade 08 - $160.00
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Homework Help (3-8) Q3 Thurs

January 26, 2017 - March 23, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
Kindel Library
Presenters:
Denise Smith-Irwin (Denise.SimthIrwin@tbcs.org)

The Homework Help program is specially designed to provide teacher-guided homework assistance and coaching to students in grades 3-8. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by a focus on homework completion, with help from teachers who are familiar with Bear Creek curricula. This class provides a great opportunity for students to get their homework done before leaving school. Homework Help runs from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. The class meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Denise Smith-Irwin is the Lead Teacher of Homework Help. She has a BSc in Education and is a Washington State-certified teacher. She previously taught Grade 3 at Bear Creek, was the Substitute Coordinator, and also volunteered with reading for younger students on a weekly basis. Her three sons attended Bear Creek and her oldest graduated in 2008. Prior to working with Bear Creek Plus, she was a Lead Teacher at Timberlake Church's After School. Denise is excited to be a part of The Bear Creek School community once again, working alongside students and partnering with families for academic success.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $160.00
Grade 08 - $160.00
Grade 05 - $160.00
Grade 06 - $160.00
Grade 04 - $160.00
Grade 03 - $160.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q3 Weds

January 25, 2017 - March 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $160.00
Grade 01 - $160.00
Grade 02 - $160.00

Extended Day (K-2) Q3 Thurs

January 26, 2017 - March 23, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
122 (Mrs. Peeler's room)
Presenters:
Michalyn Fenderson (Michalyn.Fenderson@tbcs.org)

The Extended Day program offers varied enrichment activities specifically geared towards our youngest students in grades K-2. Extended Day runs from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., but parents may pick up students at any time. Class will start with snack/hang out/socialize time, followed by structured enrichment activities, including story time, projects, math, games, puzzles, art and science activities. The Extended Day program meets Monday-Thursday on full school days only. Parents sign up for one or more specific afternoons per week each quarter at a cost equivalent of $20 per afternoon per week.

Mrs. Michalyn Fenderson is the Lead Teacher of Extended Day. A California native, she is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and California State University, Los Angeles. Michalyn has been teaching in the classroom for over 25 years and has taught both in Christian and public schools. She has taught in third, fourth, and most recently second grade, and has substituted in all grades. She has also worked as a reading specialist, as a tutor, and as an instructional aid in special education. Michalyn's husband, Tim, is employed at Bear Creek as the Upper School Division Head. They have four children, three daughters and a son.

Seating: 36
Session Cost:
Kindergarten - $160.00
Grade 01 - $160.00
Grade 02 - $160.00

Chess4Life (Q3, K-6)

January 25, 2017 - March 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Wed
Lower School Art room (Mrs. Cooke's room)
Presenters:
Josh Honeyman (josh@chess4life.com)
Hope Woods

Chess4Life is committed to bringing an excellent program with a positive learning environment to Bear Creek. Chess study has shown to increase math skills, concentration, memory, and self-confidence. All students, of any skill level, are welcome.

The mission of Chess4Life is teaching life skills through chess and, in doing so, positively impact as many children's lives as possible. Through the game of chess we endeavor to teach character qualities and the importance of a core set of values. We do this through the instruction of our proprietary curriculum and, perhaps more importantly, our own personal example. We stand by the adage that what we do frequently speaks louder than what we say. Our promise is that students at Chess4Life will learn chess, learn life skills, and have fun. Seeing children develop into confident, persistent achievers is a wonderful reward for the work put into making Chess4Life happen. Chess4Life focuses on encouraging students at all levels, developing sportsmanship and ''team play,'' and providing the right environment and experiences that students need in order to excel in chess and their personal endeavors throughout the course of their lives.


Coach Hope was born in Vallejo, CA. She grew up in Washington state from the age of four and loves being outdoors and heavy rain fall. She is a practitioner of Ishinryuu Martial Arts and taught mixed martial arts for 5 years before laying down the mantel for the pursuit of greater knowledge, during which she discovered a great love for chess. Coach Hope’s hobbies include reading, horseback riding, archery, hiking, and of course, chess.



Seating: 20
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $140.00
Grade 06 - $140.00
Kindergarten - $140.00
Grade 01 - $140.00
Grade 04 - $140.00
Grade 02 - $140.00
Grade 03 - $140.00

Rainy Day Dinner Club (Q3, 1-5)

January 25, 2017 - March 22, 2017, 3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Every Week
Wed
Small Kitchen, off Commons
Presenters:
Samantha Smith (rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com)

For $40 each week, students will create delicious dishes focusing on the importance of local ingredients, scratch cooking, & natural preservatives while practicing kitchen safety & providing their family with dinner! Each week students will follow recipes, learn the science behind the use of different ingredients and the important role herbs spices and veggies play in flavoring our favorite foods. Each entrée serves 4 to 6 and is packaged in oven-ready cookware with baking instructions. We will provide vegetarian options upon request. **We’re unable to provide gluten free or dairy free classes, but all classes are nut free. ** Please contact Samantha with any questions rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com

Samantha Smith's background is in kitchen management and youth development. She has worked for Boys and Girls Club, Redmond Teen Programs, and Friends of Youth. As a cook even she found it hard to cook dinner every night. She hopes to take some of the pressure off parents by having students bring home dinner once a week. Sam believes that our community’s investment in children’s nutrition needs to run deeper than our dinner plates. By combining culinary skills with her love of working with youth she has created a program that ignites food creativity and adventure in students. Providing a space for students to become the teacher at dinner over a family meal.

3rd Quarter Menu to follow.


Seating: 10
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $320.00
Grade 01 - $320.00
Grade 04 - $320.00
Grade 02 - $320.00
Grade 03 - $320.00

Smart with Art - Create with Clay (Q3, K-6)

January 24, 2017 - March 21, 2017, 3:40 PM - 4:55 PM
Every Week
Tue
Lower School Art Room
Presenters:

Come join our fantastic Create with Clay Class! This session we will be learning the four different ceramic handbuilding techniques to make our favorite foods into functional works of art. Create a burger with extra fixin's into a scrumptious coil jar. Of course, we won't forget the side of fries, that will hold all your pencils made out of slab. We will also be making a bowl that looks like your favorite spherical fruit, whether it's a watermelon, a lime, a kiwi, or even a dragon fruit! So come join us and get a Bite into Art that's really satisfying.

Seating: 18
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $256.00
Grade 06 - $256.00
Kindergarten - $256.00
Grade 01 - $256.00
Grade 04 - $256.00
Grade 02 - $256.00
Grade 03 - $256.00

Future classes not yet available

Science Olympiad Team (A, 7-9)

October 21, 2015 - May 4, 2016, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Wed

Science Olympiad is an international non-profit organization devoted to improving the quality of science education and increasing student interest in science as well as promoting recognition of student learning. These goals are accomplished through classroom activities, research, home building activities and the encouragement to attend Science Olympiad tournaments from the invitational to regionals to State tournaments. Science Olympiad tournaments are rigorous academic competitions that consist of a series of 23 team events, which students and their partners prepare for over the year. The challenging events are well balanced between the various science disciplines of biology, earth, chemistry, physics and engineering. There is also a balance between events requiring knowledge of science concepts, process skills and science application. Science Teams are limited to 15 students who divide up the 23 events and work together to learn and prepare for tournaments on the following dates (all Saturdays): January 23, February 27 and, possibly, the State Tournament on April 16. Students must be avialble to take part on all 3 dates if needed.

Seating: 15

Cancelled Sessions

Lower School Math Team (A, 3-4)

September 26, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Every Week
Mon
105 (Mrs. Joyner's room)
Presenters:
Elly Sarwono (ellipsisacademy@outlook.com)

The Lower School Math Team GR 3/4 is a competitive math enrichment program for students in grades 3 and 4, who want to take their math skills to the next level. This year's team will be coached by Elly Sarwono of Ellipsis Academy. Students will meet once a week for 1.5 hours to sharpen their math skills and prepare to compete at a number of local and statewide math competitions. Students work on advanced topics, discuss various problem-solving strategies, and practice from past tests. This program is for students who enjoy math enrichment above and beyond the normal curriculum and who are willing to put in the extra effort and commitment to practice as a team. There will be a placement test on Monday September 26 to make sure students are appropriately challenged. A parent meeting will follow the placement test. Entry fees to most math competitions are included. Please note that yearly commitment is required and there will be mandatory weekly assignments.

Participants are expected to compete at the following competitions: Noetic Learning Math Contest* (Nov 2016 and Apr 2017), Math Challenge competition (Dec 2016), Math Kangaroo* (Mar 2017), Math is Cool competition (Apr 2016-17). *optional

Elly Sarwono has coached various Redmond-based math teams to excel at MIC, Math Olympiad, WA Math Championship, and MathCounts since 2006. She is passionate about math and loves working with children. The focus of her coaching is on sparking students' interest in math, strengthening their problem solving and critical thinking skills, introducing and discussing advanced math concepts, and having fun along the way. She is looking forward to coaching an enthusiastic group of mathletes at The Bear Creek School.

Seating: 12
Session Cost:
Grade 04 - $300.00
Grade 03 - $300.00

Lower School Math Team (A, 5)

September 26, 2016, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Every Week
Mon
226 (Mrs. Gere's room)
Presenters:
Edhi Sarwono (Edhis@ellipsisacademy.com)

The Lower School Math Team GR 5 is a competitive math enrichment program for students in grade 5, who enjoy math enrichment above and beyond the normal curriculum and who are willing to put in the extra effort and commitment to practice as a team. This year's team will be coached by Edhi Sarwono of Ellipsis Academy. Students will meet once a week for 1.5 hours to sharpen their math skills and prepare to compete at a number of local and statewide math competitions. Students work on advanced topics, discuss various problem-solving strategies, and practice from past tests. There will be a placement test on Monday September 26 to make sure students are appropriately challenged. A parent meeting will follow the placement test. Entry fees to most math competitions are included. Please note that yearly commitment is required and there will be mandatory weekly assignments.

Participants are expected to compete at the following competitions: Noetic Learning Math Contest* (Nov 2016 and Apr 2017), Math Challenge competition (Dec 2016), Math Kangaroo* (Mar 2017), Math is Cool competition (Apr 2016-17). *optional

Edhi Sarwono received his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering. He loves math and he is passionate in education and helping children grow and excel, specifically in the area of STEM. Edhi enjoys working with kids and helping them grow to be great problem solvers. He has various experiences in coaching math and computer programming and he is active in both his daughter's education. For the last 19 years, Edhi has experienced various technical leadership roles in development and program management with Microsoft and he often uses math in a practical way to solve problems. He is excited to be part of the Bear Creek School students’ journey in learning math.

Seating: 12
Session Cost:
Grade 05 - $300.00

Mandarin (Q3, K-12)

January 26, 2017 - April 6, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Every Week
Thu
120
Presenters:
Wendy Tan

Mandarin Experts is offering a fun and tailored Chinese lesson to children K-12. Flash cards, songs, games and many other activities are used to make the course especially effective for young learners. Students will be able to quickly and easily remember words and be able to make simple dialogue with the teacher, in addition to learning basic characters and Chinese cultures, which will give them a natural affinity and love for the Chinese language

Wendy Tan teaches students in grades K-12 in many Seattle and East Side public and private schools. She teaches not only kids but also professionals who work for corporations like Microsoft, Starbucks and HTC. Besides teaching, interpreting and translation works, she leads a group of Lakeside High School students to China for a month. Traveling is part of her life. She believes most people can easily learn a new language and culture – not to mention have the experience of a lifetime – by visiting other places and spending time with and living like the locals.


Seating: 15
Session Cost:
Grade 07 - $285.00
Grade 08 - $285.00
Grade 05 - $285.00
Grade 06 - $285.00
Grade 11 - $285.00
Kindergarten - $285.00
Grade 01 - $285.00
Grade 12 - $285.00
Grade 09 - $285.00
Grade 10 - $285.00
Grade 04 - $285.00
Grade 02 - $285.00
Grade 03 - $285.00
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