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9-12Governmnet and politics - Model UN with Mrs. GriecoTo give interested students a deeper understanding of the process of bill writing, lobbying, the importance of connecting with other lawmakers to increase the passage of a particular bill, and an overview of the RI legislature law making process.BHSJune 29, 30 & July 1, 6, 7, 8 11-1:00
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5-8Band ramp up with Mrs. Hughes and Mrs Prickel-KaneTo enhance beginning instrumental music in response to losing program opportunities due to Covid.
We hope to provide the joy of playing music together and to learn music through a unique and cooperative experience. Intended for instrumental music students entering grades 6-9
BHSSession1 Mornings 8:30-11:00 Session 2: Afternoon 12-2:30 June 28th - July 2nd, 2021
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9-12Introduction to Photography w/ Mrs. AffrontiThe course objective is to introduce students to Photography, discuss
basic camera operations, lighting, perspective, portraiture, presentation and preservation.
BHSJune 29-July 8th ( T, W, & TH) 2 hours a day, 9-11:0015
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K-3Book Club w/ Ms. Marra and Ms. BuzziThis Pages to Projects group will promote the joy of reading practice throughout summer months with a book club, discussion group and coordinating art project. Participants will share reading and incorporate a hands-on creative project. Students will also collaborate with peers to promote social-emotional learning and growth.
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Session 1: July 13, 14, 15
Session 2: July 20, 21, 22
Session 3: July 27, 28, 29
Session 4: Aug 3, 4, 5
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6-8Running, meditation, & Mindfulness w/ student Caleb Schultzdevelop their social-emotional, physical, and mental health through exercise, meditation and mindfulness, and being part of an in-person group that is accepting of everyone. BMSJuly 25-August 5 week program T,W, &TH 8-10:3010
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K-3"Let's have fun!" w/ student Gabriella FurtadoAllow children to escape Covid-19 stress while being outside interacting with other children
Improve social-emotional skills that were set back due to Covid-19
Engage the children of Barrington within their town and expand their knowledge
PHSJuly 7th-July 29th T,W, TH 8-11:0010
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K-3Spanish w/ Mr. VillellaThis enrichment program will provide elementary students (K-3) an opportunity to gain introductory skills in Spanish. Skills that will be obtained in this program will include: learning basic phrases, numbers, colors, etc. as well as increased competency in cultural understanding. Through this program, students will gain a basic level of Spanish while simultaneously preparing them academically for the future.PHSJune 29th-July29th 8-11:00 T, W, & TH15
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4-8Visual Journalism w/ Ms. KulisTo build confidence in creativity and self-expression
To learn artistic techniques and experimentation
To process emotions and life experiences through writing prompts and art-making
BMSJuly 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22 9-11:00
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6-8Visual Arts w/ Mr. DiZio
This art camp will teach techniques using a variety of different materials, teach tools that the learners can use to hone their creativity, their critical thinking skills, and explore social issues important to them. It will provide a safe space for students to explore and experiment artistically. Most importantly artists of all skill levels will have a place to have fun and learn about art! Projects include: designing a logo, designing a dream room and a self portrait. Students should bring a lunch, snacks and water
BMSJuly 12-16 and August 9-12th M,T, W, & TH 10-3:0015
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K-3Growing Art w/ Mrs. Moody and Mrs. RussellWe would like to offer a week of fun centered around nature. Offering crafts, planting, stories, songs and games with gardening and nature at the core.
Each day would consist of a new craft and exploration of gardening and nature.
PHSSession 1: July 19th-22rd Sessiion 2 July 26th-29th 11:30-3:00 M-TH 15
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K-3Cultures across the world w/ Mrs. SamiTo introduce K-3 students to different art forms and cultures across the
world throughart and crafts, read- alouds and music.
PHSMonday's 7/12-8/16 2 hours a day15
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K-3Self-regulations strategies and imagination through arts and crafts w/ Ms CamaraStudents will benefit by understanding their emotions and learn to use tools in different situations to help regulate their emotions. PHSMonday's 7/12-8/16 2.5 hours a day15
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K-3Arts and Crafts w/ Mrs. Lally and Mrs. HallTo offer students in grades K-3 a unique and educational summer experience with a focus on crafting, kitchen and sewing skills… the original makerspace.
The same projects will be completed each session.
PHSSession1: July 6-8 Session 2: July 13-15 Session 3: July 20-22, Session 4: July 27-29 Session 5: August 3-5 T, W, & TH 8:00am-11:00am

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4-5Gaming w/ Mr. WhitmanTo create a Summerenrichment program centered around the game,
“Dungeonsand Dragons”, which can be used as a tool to encourage the development of social
and emotional skills and learning, as well as emphasize the use and practice of math & ELA
skills integrated into the game. "Students will learn how to play the game, as well as some basic skills to help them run their own game in the future"
HMSMonday's June 28th-Aug 2 8-116
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4-5Grow a Garden w/ Mrs. McGee and Mr. TurnerThis enrichment project would enable students to focus on content using critical thinking skills, communication and collaboration and certainly be a project that would be ongoing over an extended period of time. Planning, designing, growing , maintaining and harvesting while working together will be critical in order to make the garden (a real world authentic experience) a success. Most importantly, the garden´s specifics would be selected by students and would provide opportunities for reflection and revision as the growing season continues.
HMSMonday's 8-10:00 June 28th-Aug 23rd May continue after school Sept 2-13th for 1 hour NO class JULY 5th15
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4-5Fun and Games w/ Mr. TurnerThis enrichment will include outdoor activities such as ultimate frisbee, soccer, capture the flag, 4 Square and general use of the playground as well as other activities based on student interest (if the kids come up with an idea I am happy to run it for them). Students should bring plenty of water, snacks and sunscreen.
HMSJune 29th - July 29th T & W 8:00-11:0015
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4-5Fun with STEM w/ Ms BennettWeek 1: Build a wind car, Week 2 Catapult Distance Challenge. Week 3 Bridge Building Challenge. Week 4 Stop Motion Animation. Wee 5 Rube GoldbergHMSJune 29th - July 29th T & W 8:00-11:00
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