FALL 2022

Use those after-school hours to do something amazing. 

To Register for Fall STEAM Programs:

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Fall Book Clubs!

Students in Grades 1-2

$15 per Club Meeting

Specifically designed to ignite students' passion for reading, inspire thoughtful discussion about books and increase vocabulary to help them become insightful readers.  

Meeting Dates and Great Reads:

Saturday Mornings, 9:00 - 9:45 

October 1st - Skunk and Badger by Amy Timberlake (Chapters 7 - End)

October 15thMrs. Piggle by Betty MacDonald (All Chapters)

October 29thBunnicula by James Howe (All Chapters)

November 12thSir Lancelot the Great by Gerald Morris (All Chapters)

December 3rd - The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street by Karina Yan Glaser (Chapters 1-12)

December 17thThe Vanderbeekers of 141st Street by Karina Yan Glaser (Chapters 13 - End)

Fall Book Clubs!

Students in Grades 3-5

$15 per Club Meeting

Specifically designed to ignite students' passion for reading, inspire thoughtful discussion about books and increase vocabulary to help them become insightful readers.  

Meeting Dates and Great Reads: Saturday Mornings,10:00 - 11:00

October 1st - The Lost Ryu by Emi Watanabe Cohen (Chapters 9 - 16)

October 15thThe Twenty-One Balloons  by William Pene du Bois  (Chapters 1-6)

October 29thThe Twenty-One Balloons  by William Pene du Bois  (Chapters 7-10)

November 12thMoo by Sharon Creech (Entire Book)

December 3rd - A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus (Chapters 1 - 11)

December 17th - A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus (Chapters 12 - End)

Fall Book Clubs!

Students in Grades 6-8

$15 per Club Meeting

Specifically designed to ignite students' passion for reading, inspire thoughtful discussion about books and increase vocabulary to help them become insightful readers.  

Meeting Dates and Great Reads: 

One Tuesday a Month, 6:30 - 7:30 

October 11th Emmy in the Key of Code  by Aimee Lucido

November 8thA Wish in the Dark by Christina Soontornvat

December 6thThe Faithful Spy: Dietrich Bonhoeffer  by John Hendrix (No Audio Available)

January 10thThe Shadow Cipher by Laura Ruby

Fall Book Clubs! Students in Grades 9-12 $15 per Club Meeting

Specifically designed to ignite students' passion for reading, inspire thoughtful discussion about books and increase vocabulary to help them become insightful readers.  

Meeting Dates:  One Tuesday a Month, 7:30 - 8:30

 

October 11th - Skyward by Brandon Sanderson                                       November 8th - Close - Up on War by Mary Cronk Farrell

December 6th - A Ring of Endless Light by Madeleine L 'Engle               January 10th - The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys

To Register for Fall STEAM Programs:

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Explore Robotics

Students in Grades 3-5

Monday's OR Wednesday's 4:15-5:15, $50 per month

Students join the global FIRST robotics community, and use the Lego Spike Essentials system to build and program their own robots.  They'll learn how to design and implement their own solutions to problems and collaborate just like real engineers.  

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Tech Challenge Robotics

Students in Grades 9-12

Tuesday's AND Thursday's 5:15 to 6:15, $100 per month

Students join the global FIRST robotics community, and they move past Lego to construct more advanced metal machines.  The programming is also more challenging and the game more sophisticated.  In this competition, your students are breaking into new territory in their journey to becoming engineers! 

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 Art Classes  - For Students at Any Level

Students in Grades 3-5 Thursday's 5:15-6:15, $50 per month                   Students in Grades 6-10   Monday's 5:15-6:15, $50 per month

Students learn a variety of art techniques, how to use a wide range of materials and practice essential art movements.  Participating students have the opportunity to display their work at the annual Pampa Art Festival!  This class is facilitated by our very own local, professional artist,  Shawn Taylor!  

Story Writing! - Unleash Your Ideas

Students in Grades 8-12 Monday's 6:15-7:15, $50 per month   

Your aspiring writer will create their own short story!  They'll learn how to brainstorm, plan and write original short fiction.  We'll help your student find their own unique writing style, so they can share their imagination with the world!  This class is facilitated by three-time author Jefferson Marshall, writer of the "Texas Sate Park Adventures" children's book series.  texasstateparkadventures.com