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Film/Video ProductionStudents will participate in 1.5 hour sessions on 5/16/, 5/18, 5/23, 5/25 and the final session will be hosted in Portland for 3-4 hours at a production studio (date TBD). There will be two instructors.Student will learn about film/video production and sound engineering. The final day will allow them to create their own film. 5/16/, 5/18, 5/23, 5/25Grades 9-121102
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The Arts CenterWork with a local artist from the Corvallis Arts Center. Each week the artist will bring in different mediums to work with.6 sessions day TBD- Tuesdays or ThursdaysGrades 9-12603
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JuntosIt is a series of 6 educational workshops. The objective is to reduce school dropout rates and increase access to higher education. Program is in partnership with OSU and is for Spanish speaking families. 6-weeks on Thursdays from 5:30-8:00 PM (starting 4/6, but students can still join this week 4/12)Grades 9-12 and parents
TBD by Josh Davalos
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Music Jam Session- Savvy (Savannah Partridge- SAHS Student and Jill Baker will help supervise)Savvy will be teaching improv songwriting skills and leading jam sessions. Instruments will include guitar, hand drums, vocals, and piano. Music Room and Only available on Thursdays (capt at 15)Grades 9-12902
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CARDV Healthy Relationships/Awareness- Female group or students that identify as female
Students will have the opportunity to learn about healthy relationships and dating. They will work on a project to raise awareness that will provide them with leadership opportunities and volunteer hours.ThursGrades 9-12101
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CARDV Healthy Relationships/Awareness-Men's Coalition
Students will have the opportunity to learn about healthy relationships and dating. They will work on a project to raise awareness that will provide them with leadership opportunities and volunteer hours.ThursGrades 9-12602
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Karmen MilesCrocheting materials to sellThursdays (starting May 4th) and cap at 10 studentsGrades 9-12Library- probably canceling (no follow-up from student)
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Computer Coding and Game DesignStudents will learn the fundamentals of computer coding and game design. Including coding, art, sound, and localization.Tues & ThursGrades 9-121101
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Central Willamette Practical Financial Tools Tips
Do you want to be in control of your own finances? Don't know where to start? Join us to discuss budgeting, setting up accounts, credit cards, credit scores, investing, and more.Tues & ThursGrades 9-12613
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Crafting for Profit!- Angela Spencer/Clair Smith
Students will have the opportunity to learn how to create crafts that can be used for entrepreneurship purposes. For this session we will be looking at candy bouquets and other projects.Tues & Thurs (limited to 24 students)Grades 9-12308
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Parks and Rec- Various ProgrammingLearn about opportunities to get involve with the City of Albany Parks and Rec! They will bring a new activity for students to test each week. Some activities include: container gardening, yoga or martial arts, healthy cooking, hip hop moves, art, music, and more!TuesdaysGrades 9-12student center
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Improv Workshop- Mentoring MS with HS leadershipSAHS's drama team will be teaching middle school students improv skills.TuesdaysGrades 6-8Library
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Hair by YeimiYeimi Lopez will teach students to do formal hairstyles, braiding, curling, and other creative everyday hair styles. Bishops Barber shop will be donating practice mannequins. Tuesdays and limited to 12 students.Grades 9-12602
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Pipeline special presentation 5/11607
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