Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Role cards and confirmations will be mailed out by mid-March.
This program is designed to allow your students to actively participate in an exciting retelling of the history of Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Through storytelling, games, and drama, history will come alive. The program is designed to either be an introduction or a review program, so it doesn’t matter whether your students have studied about Egypt, Greece, or Rome prior to the activity day.
Team meetings will go from 10:30-11:45. Then we will break for lunch. Students need to bring their own sack lunch. The program will promptly start at 12:30 and end somewhere between 3:00-3:30. Students must attend the team meeting in order to participate in the Walk-Through day.
How much preparation will be involved? Students will have cards with short passages that they can either read or memorize. Their team will receive more points if they memorize the information, but it is not required. Also, teams will receive more points if students come in simple costumes and bring props. So the preparation time can range from a very nominal amount of time to a more extensive amount of time depending on what your family decides. For additional information and costume ideas visit www.californiaweekly.com
Can my other children participate? You may request siblings to be able to participate by listing them on the bottom of the registration form or on the appropriate space on the online form. They must be able to read fluently and to pay attention for several hours. Sixth-graders will have priority.
Will there be childcare? No. Younger siblings, who can sit quietly with their parents, may watch the program. If they begin to get squiggly, please be considerate of the participants and the program instructor and escort noisy little ones outside of the auditorium.
Have questions? Contact Lori Maddox by email at email@example.com or phone directly at Hickman Charter School: 874-9070 - or leave a voicemail at extension 243.