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SessionGrade LevelClass NameTheme/DescriptionDatesDaysTimesLocation
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15-7Etzanoa: The Great SettlementStudents will work individually and/or in teams to design a
method of monitoring and increasing knowledge of local
history, including Etzanoa, and its current influence on
our community. Students will be engaged in the
engineering design process and constructing explanations
and design solutions, to promote local history and
increase local tourism.
June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Journey to the Ancient WorldJoin us as we travel back over 5,000 years to study the 7
ancient wonders of the world. Our first stop will be the
Pyramids of Giza. Then, we will continue our exploration
through Greece and Mesopotamia. With hands-on activities
each day, young explorers will be sure to have a grand
adventure.
June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Survival BootcampWe will focus on three main areas of survival - food, shelter,
and first aid! Students will learn gardening techniques, how
to ID plants, cook/preserve food, construct shelters from
items they have on hand, and crucial first aid skills.
June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Kickin' it KayakingKayaking is a newer sport to our area. Discover facts and specifics about the sport, plan your own trip to a local waterway, and be ready to take control of your paddle when given the opportunity.June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Kidz in CulinaryCooking is essential to life and a kitchen is a powerful place
for learning. Food is something we can all relate to, be
excited about and apply to our everyday lives. Kidz in
Culinary will teach students about nutrition, food safety,
following recipes, meal planning and preparation, measuring,
sensory awareness, and cooking age-appropriate meals.
This class will help encourage students’ interest and channel
natural curiosity and excitement in cooking.
June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Fishing in the Great OutdoorsStudents will have the opportunity to explore different aspects of fishing including: species, habitat, conservation, locations, knot tying, and casting practice. Finally, students will have an opportunity to test their newfound skills and knowledge by fishing at a local location!June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Build a Tiny HouseStudents will design and build a TINY HOUSE, while applying
area, perimeter, and geometry skills. This project will focus on
designing elements, using multiple problem solving skills,
and collaborating in the classroom.
June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-7Get on BoardUse your imagination and creativity skills to have some
collaborative fun while playing various card/board games
with friends - with the end goal of creating your own game
to share with your family and friends!
June 6-16M-TH8-11Middle School
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15-12


Band
These will be 1-hour sessions.
11:30 (beginners)
12:30 (returning middle school students)
1:30 (8th graders + high school)
Please contact chris.vangilder@usd470.com for more info.
June 6-16M-TH11:30-2:30Middle School
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25-7Etzanoa: The Great SettlementStudents will work individually and/or in teams to design a
method of monitoring and increasing knowledge of local
history, including Etzanoa, and its current influence on
our community. Students will be engaged in the
engineering design process and constructing explanations
and design solutions, to promote local history and
increase local tourism.
June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-7Journey to the Ancient WorldJoin us as we travel back over 5,000 years to study the 7
ancient wonders of the world. Our first stop will be the
Pyramids of Giza. Then, we will continue our exploration
through Greece and Mesopotamia. With hands-on activities
each day, young explorers will be sure to have a grand
adventure.
June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-7Survival BootcampWe will focus on three main areas of survival - food, shelter,
and first aid! Students will learn gardening techniques, how
to ID plants, cook/preserve food, construct shelters from
items they have on hand, and crucial first aid skills.
June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-7Kidz in CulinaryCooking is essential to life and a kitchen is a powerful place
for learning. Food is something we can all relate to, be
excited about and apply to our everyday lives. Kidz in
Culinary will teach students about nutrition, food safety,
following recipes, meal planning and preparation, measuring,
sensory awareness, and cooking age-appropriate meals.
This class will help encourage students’ interest and channel
natural curiosity and excitement in cooking.
June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-7Fishing in the Great OutdoorsStudents will have the opportunity to explore different aspects of fishing including: species, habitat, conservation, locations, knot tying, and casting practice. Finally, students will have an opportunity to test their newfound skills and knowledge by fishing at a local location!June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-7Build a Tiny HouseStudents will design and build a TINY HOUSE, while applying
area, perimeter, and geometry skills. This project will focus on
designing elements, using multiple problem solving skills,
and collaborating in the classroom.
June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-7Get on BoardUse your imagination and creativity skills to have some
collaborative fun while playing various card/board games
with friends - with the end goal of creating your own game
to share with your family and friends!
June 20-30M-TH8-11Middle School
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25-11


Band
These will be 1-hour sessions.
11:30 (beginners)
12:30 (returning middle school students)
1:30 (8th graders + high school)
Please contact chris.vangilder@usd470.com for more info.
June 20-30M-TH11:30-2:30Middle School
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Disclaimer: Classes are subject to change based on enrollment.