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Summer 2021 Programs

As of yet, there is no planned summer program at this campus.

Program Name Summer Online Math 8 Course Offering
Teacher Name Ismail Marul
In-Person/Virtual Virtual
Description of the Proposed Program Accelerate students’ math skills and help them get ready for the Algebra I math course.  Th eprogram will be opened to students of 5E, 6D, and 6E sections currently  taking a math 7 course.
Additional Supervisors/Coaches None
Lowest Grade Level Accepted see attached
Highest Grade Level Accepted see attached
Duration of Proposed Program (Max 50 days) 8 weeks
Proposed Amount to be Charged for the Program $100 total
Schedule June 7th-July 30th
Program Name Virtual Advanced Math Summer Courses(Mathcounts,AMC)
Teacher Name Ismail Marul
In-Person/Virtual

Virtual 

Description of the Proposed Program

Program aims to train students towards prestigious math competitions in regional, national and international levels such as MathCounts Competition Series, AMC 8-10-12, Noetic Learning Math,MOEMS,Math Kangaroo,CEMC, Harvard MIT Math Tournament, and Harker Math Invitational. Program’s condensed training program helps students to develop their critical and analytical thinking skills while providing a challenging environment for them. 

Additional Supervisors/Coaches None
Lowest Grade Level Accepted 4th Grade
Highest Grade Level Accepted 12th Grade
Duration of Proposed Program (Max 50 days) 15 classes
Proposed Amount to be Charged for the Program $150 total
Schedule

#1 American Mathematics Competition 10/12: Weekdays @ 10:45am – 12:45 am. Starting June 14,2021.

#2 Mathcounts/AMC 8 Advanced: Weekdays @ 1:30am – 3:pm am. Starting June 14,2021.

#3 Mathcounts/AMC 8 Basics: Weekdays @ 9am – 10:30 am. Starting June 14,2021.

Program Name Congressional Debate
Teacher Name Michelle Obispo
In-Person/Virtual Virtual
Description of the Proposed Program The course is for both beginners and advanced speech and debate students.  The students will develop intellectually as they have fun learning the following: speech writing
organization in writing
how to respond analytically to arguments (The SAT Test requires this skill!)
analytical skills
how to conduct research
congressional debate
critical thinking skills
persuasive writing
how to ask questions and answer questions during cross-examination
confidence in public speaking and expressing ideas
communication skills
Additional Supervisors/Coaches None
Lowest Grade Level Accepted 5th Grade
Highest Grade Level Accepted 7th Grade
Duration of Proposed Program (Max 50 days)

1 week, with the option to add additional weeks

(9 weeks maximum)

Proposed Amount to be Charged for the Program $165 per week
Schedule

5/31-6/4 8am – 11am 1 week or

5/31-6/11 8am – 11am 2 weeks or

5/31-6/18 8am – 11am 3 weeks or

5/31-6/25 8am – 11am 4 weeks or

5/31-7/2 8am – 11am 5 weeks or

5/31-7/9 8am – 11am 6 weeks or

5/31-7/16 8am – 11am 7 weeks or

5/31-7/23 8am – 11am 8 weeks or

5/31-7/30 8am – 11am 9 weeks

Enrollment Online Form
Program Name CASLV Summer Band Camp Let’s Get Ready for First Grade Automation and Robotics Summer Camp
Teacher Name Claud Borders Ariel Miller Bryan Upton
In-Person / Virtual In-Person In-Person In-Person
Description of the Proposed Program Students who are beginners through advanced on Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Horn (French Horn), Trombone, Baritone, Tuba, or Percussion are welcome to attend. Students will play with the music software, Smart Music, and will receive instruction to improve their technique, musicianship, tone quality, expression, and sight reading. Students will learn traditional band literature, ensemble pieces and some of their favorite songs.  Students must supply their own instrument (rented or owned), music book “Essential Elements book 1”, and a music stand. Work in small groups to read and write.  Students will read in small groups at their own level with leveled readers and practice writing sentences to create their own story by the end of the program. Students will have a 10 minute, outdoor snack break and run (if they choose) in the sport court each day.  A healthy snack must be provided by the parents. We’ve all missed using our minds and our hands to envision and build some neat things during our season of virtual school. The good news is that now we are easing our way back into the classroom and this is a great opportunity to do so! Our Automation and Robotics Summer Camp will allow middle-school aged students to come onto campus to analyze real-world scenarios, design and build solutions to aid these scenarios, and then learn how to automate them by using sensors and switches and written code to help all the items communicate effectively. Students are invited to use our CASLV campus Robotics makerspace and all of the materials and tools within it to create something fun and useful to be displayed and shared for others to see
Additional Supervisors/Coaches None None None
Lowest Grade Level Accepted 4th Grade K Students 5th
Highest Grade Level Accepted 12th Grade K Students 8th
Duration of Proposed Program (Max 50 days) 2 weeks 2 weeks

July 6th-July 9th | 8:00 am-2:15 pm

July 12th-July 15th | 8:00 am-1:00 pm

Proposed Amount to be Charged for the Program $200 for two weeks $120 weekly $110 weekly
Schedule June 14th-June 25 | 9 am-noon July 5th-9th &      July 12th-15th 9am-12 noon July 12th-15th & July 19th-23rd | 8 am-1 pm
Enrollment    Online Form Online Form

 

As of yet, there is no planned summer program at this campus.

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