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Student Enrichment for K-5 students

December 8, 2011

Student Enrichment during Symposium

click the Events/Symposium tab above for information on the great speakers offered to parents during the Symposium.

Saturday, Feb. 4
8:45-3p, during Symposium (a parent must attend the symposium for the times that the student is participating).
Per child: $25 for 1/2 day, $40 for full day (lunch included in morning and full day enrollment).
Registration is required, space is limited.  Availability of courses depends on enrollment.

K-2nd Grade Sessions

Love of Music with Jeremy Phillips
Jeremy currently teaches music at Pinkerton Elementary School in Coppell, Texas. He directs the Rova Marimba and Drum Ensemble. Zimma-Rimba builds a life-long love of music through Zimbabwean-style marimba. This class will focus on the sheer joy, excitement and sense of community that participation in music can bring.
Creative Design Challenges with Stacie Nickols
Stacie currently teaches 3rd grade at Cottonwood Creek Elementary School in Coppell, Texas. She has taught Camp Invention sessions and is also a GT Specialist. Students will spend time designing structures that investigate science and build creations from literature using common objects.

3rd-5th Grade Sessions

“Improv”-A-Lot: A Beginner’s Guide to Improvisation with Amy Yakubovsky
Amy currently teaches theatre arts at Middle School East in Coppell, TX and teaches CGA MOSAIC programs. You’re up – think fast! In this session, participants will learn the basics of improvisation. Students will use quick thinking skills, develop characterization, and speak in front of others and have fun creating new and interesting scenes.
Your Wits versus Nature with Boyd Grayson
Boyd currently teaches 6th grade Science and Science Olympiad at Greenhill School in Dallas, TX and teaches CGA MOSAIC programs. Design and test devices that challenge you to create a way to defy the forces of nature and known scientific principles.

 For more information, or to register, please click here.

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