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As an alternative to childcare, PM Classes allow students to explore areas of interest in a non-academic setting.

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Fall: September 10, 2018 - January 25, 2019
Spring: January 28, 2019 - June 14, 2019


For questions about registration:
Laura Birshan
Extracurricular Department Administrative Assistant
lbirshan@faispdx.org
(503) 292-7776 x410

All other inquiries:
Jonathan Mascaut
Director of Extracurricular Programs
jmascaut@faispdx.org
(503) 292-7776 x401

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Class Descriptions

Monday

Tricycle Course: TPS-PK (French)

Students will learn how to ride tricycles around obstacles and how to share the “road” with others. This gross motor skills course will allow students to master steering, controlling speed and balance and provide a space for kids to have fun in a safe environment.

Instructor:   Celine Sonrel
Time: 3:45-4:30
Price: $150

Yoga: TPS-PK (English)

Become an animal, a warrior, or a rainbow. This yoga class includes fun yoga poses, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques, and mindfulness exercises. Students will participate in a 5-minute meditation exercise each week. Yoga helps children improve focus and concentration, gain confidence, and learn to express themselves.

Teacher Bio: FAIS parent Melissa Jaffe began practicing yoga when she studied ballet at the young age of 6. She continued her love of movement and gained her first yoga certification from the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco. Her love of yoga grew and she then earned her Hatha certification from The Movement Center in Portland, OR. After her daughter was old enough, she also earned her certification in Wee Yogis so she could share her love of yoga and movement with family and friends.

Instructor:           Melissa Jaffe
Time:                     3:30-4:15
Price:                     $150

Petits Chefs: Grades PK-K (French)

Learn healthy cooking skills with creative, easy, and fun recipes. The little chefs get to use kitchen tools and ingredients for plenty of recipes both savory and sweet. There will also be an opportunity for play time while things are cooking.

Instructor: Nadia Radji
Time: 3:30-4:30
Price: $200 + $25 material fee

Ceramics: Grades K-1st (French)

Dig in and let your creativity loose with a fun, hands on art form. Working with clay, we will learn various techniques, design, create and build ceramic figures.

Instructor: Melanie Hindman
Time: 3:45-4:45
Price: $200 + $20 material fee

Engineering for Kids: K-3rd (English)

In this classic Engineering for Kids class, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of engineering fields.

Time: 3:45-4:45
Price: $275

Mechanical Engineering (3 Weeks)

  1. Popper: This class introduce our youngest engineers to the job of a mechanical engineer, who, simply put, invents, designs, and builds all kinds of machines designed to accomplish a task. Students will learn that many of the toys in their homes were designed and created by mechanical engineers! During the course of this lesson, they will also construct and test a Popper toy.
  2. Wind-Up Whirligig: Students will discuss the role mechanical engineers play in toy design and creations. They will also understand that a wind-up toy uses kinetic and potential energy.
  3. Buzzer: Students will discuss the role mechanical engineers play in toy design and creations, and understand that a vibration is a very quick back-and-forth motion. They will also demonstrate that vibration can sometimes cause a buzzing noise.

Space Pioneers (4 Weeks)

  1. Go to the Moon (2 Weeks): Students will learn the difference between a sprite and a script, will create their own custom sprite, and then program scripts to make their sprites move about the screen. Students will leave with a complete and functioning program that takes their astronaut to the moon while avoiding obstacles.
  2. Dancing Alien (2 Weeks): Students will embark on next step in space odyssey is to go to Mars and watch aliens dance! Programming movement in Scratch is a key part of learning how to create games and stories. They will add sounds and movement to a sprite that students create to show how aliens have fun on their home planet.

Civil Engineering (3 Weeks)

  1. Beyond Trains—The Other Engineers: Students will discuss the role civil engineers play in our communities and our world. Identify various examples of civil engineering in our everyday life and community. They will explore the field of civil engineering by creating a shelter for a toy figure.
  2. Columns: Students will explore the concepts of tension and compression. They will explore the amazing structures, students will construct, test and modify their structures to achieve a final design that can hold their weight.
  3. Building Roads: Students will capitalize on that natural interest to explore the world by exposing students to the problem solving and teamwork required to engineer a road system. Student will also create their own roads in small groups to traverse obstacles with limited materials, and test their roads using small toy cars.

Scratch/Makey Makey (2 Weeks)

  1. Drums: Students will learn about percussion instruments and move to the beat as they build Makey Makey Drum sets feature 4 types of percussion instruments. Students will also make their Scratch programs move to the beat as they learn the basics of animation and make their drum sprites move and shake around as they play their Makey Makey drum set.
  2. Ukulele: Students will make and decorate Makey Makey ukuleles complete with strings to strum and chords to play. Students will also code a sprite’s animation to change and dance to the music of their ukulele playing.

Aerospace Engineering (3 Weeks)

  1. Airborne Engineers: Students will explore the job of an aerospace engineer through discussion and active participation. They will learn that engineers perform a variety of jobs for the community and world. In the lesson extension Up, Up and Away, students build their very own flying airplane.
  2. Sailing the Skies: Students will be responsible for constructing a hot-air balloon using a helium-filled balloon and other everyday items. Similar to the first balloon ride, students will use animals as their passengers and work to lift them into the air.
  3. Whirling Wonders: Students will construct model helicopters. They will explore how forces such as thrust and lift help helicopters maneuver. Students will apply concepts of gliders and thrust to create straw loop planes.

Wilderness Explorers: 1st-3rd (English)

Come and explore the outdoors - and what a better place to start than the Oregon wilderness found right here at FAIS! Students will take walks through the forest, create nature art, and play outdoor games and activities together. Examples of activities include painting pictures using flowers or sticks as brushes, making flower pots, gardening, making prints on sun paper, scavenger hunts, and more.

LEGO® Creator Sets: 1st-5th (French)

Choose your own adventure in this LEGO® class. Students can either let their imaginations steer the way or they can choose to follow step by step instructions.

Let your imagination inspire your creations! This class is designed to let students develop their creativity and LEGO-building skills by giving them the freedom to collaborate on a theme of their choosing and develop intricate and wild worlds!

Using multiple LEGO® Creator sets, students will work on not only creativity, but also following step by step instructions and problem solving. We will learn the ins and outs of model building, cumulating in a collaborative effort to piece together an advanced model as a group. Level appropriate materials will be made available to all students.

Instructor: Cédric Strapart
Time: 3:45-4:45
Price: $200 + $10 material fee

Parkour: 3rd-5th (English)

Parkour is an art of movement where you learn how to navigate the world and your own body more efficiently. Skills this class will work on will be vaults, rolls, creating your own lines and movement style, adding speed to movement, and other fun challenges. 

  • Instructor: Forge Parkour
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $225

Street Art: 3rd-8th (English)

Bring your own creative side and artistic talents outdoors. This is your time to express yourself to the max, inside and outside the classroom. You will learn about street art through various mediums and participate in activities to beautify your campus. Murals, stencils, landscape art, altering the “urban furniture” are ways in which you will both leave a mark on the school and develop your creative process. It’s going to be cool, colorful and fun!

Teacher Bio: Quinn is an artist, designer, teacher and 2018 FAIS summer camp instructor. He has experience in painting murals, skateboards, shoes and more and looks forward to beautifying FAIS with his street art.

  • Instructor: Quinn Segal
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 + $25 or PM PASS

Aide aux Devoirs—Methodologie: 4th-5th (French)

This class is designed for students who need some extra support with homework, organization, and study skills. Students will get help organizing their work, acquiring the tools to better interpret their assignments, and refining their reading and listening skills.

  • Instructor: Aurore Morelus
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Countdown / Des Chiffres et des Lettres: 4th-6th (French)

"Countdown", also known as "Des Chiffres et des Lettres",  is the oldest game show in France. David has been using it with his students to develop math and vocabulary skills in a fun way.

The game has two parts:

  1. With 10 letters randomly drawn, you have to find the longest word you can. For example, what is the longest word you can find with the letters D-R-I-P-E-S-E-S-T-N?
  2. With 6 numbers randomly drawn, you have to find a mathematical way to reach (or get as close to) a randomly chosen number, using all common operations, while using each given number once only. For example, could you find 124 with 2-25-4-8-3-6? Did you find the solution?!

This game works just as well in English and French, come join us!

  • Instructor: David Billeaud
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Tuesday

Messy Art: TPS-PK (French)

Line drawing with paint splotches

Unleash your child’s talent while sharing arts & craft activities together. Students will have the opportunity to try their hands in a variety of stations to explore various materials such as play doh, gak, paint, and collage. This class will allow students to experiment hands on with the many ways to create art while having fun, and making a mess!

  • Instructor: Micheline Manival
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $200 + $15

Motor Skills & Parcours: PS-K

In this parcours class, your child will take an active role in inventing each week's obstacle course. We will all collaborate to maximize the fun by finding the coolest ways to walk, run, jump, crawl, roll and climb with beams, tunnels, blocks, and mats. Come burn your excess energy and have fun in this Maternelle parcours activity!

  • Instructor:   Delphine Latham & Davy Berruyer
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $150

Imaginative Play Theater: PS-K (French/English)

The little thespians will explore theater through creative drama, games, song, movement, improvisation and storytelling. Through imaginative play the little actors will discover theater while learning and having fun.

Teacher Bio: FAIS parent Anna Xenokrati is a teacher and an actor with a Masters degree in Theater and a BA in French Language & Literature. After her studies, Anna taught workshops on French theater at the University of Bristol in England before relocating to Portland. Since then, she has focused her energy on stage acting and has collaborated with diverse theater companies playing roles in classical and contemporary productions.

  • Instructor: Anna Xenokrati
  • Time: 3:30-4:15
  • Price: $150

Creative Crafts: K-2nd (French)

Hone your skills in this arts and crafts class that will allow students to express themselves and be creative in a casual environment. Students will make a variety of crafts including seasonal and holiday themed activities, cards, flowers, and animals.

Instructor: Mina Badereddine
Time: 3:30-4:30
Price: $200 + $25 material fee

Fun with Math: 1st-3rd (English)

In this hands-on class, students will play games and do projects to learn how math is used every day. Concepts include counting, addition, subtraction, money, time, measuring, fractions, graphing, multiplication, and division. Class projects might include: making play dough and dividing it and measuring and building with it; graphing with M&Ms or Legos to enforce counting, sorting, and percentages; measuring with our bodies and other tools; practicing using money with a shopping game; planning a pretend trip to better understand calendars, distances, and time.

Teacher Bio: Amy Bailey is an FAIS parent with a background in metallurgical and process engineering with a passion for math, games, and kids. Her work experience included teaching basic statistics and excel to adults and multiple volunteer assistance with kids including pm class assistant, Girl Scouts, and Sunday school. 

Instructor: Amy Bailey
Time: 3:45-4:45
Price: $200

Soccer: K-2nd (French)

This class is an entry into organized soccer. Players of all levels are provided the opportunity to work on skills while having fun.  

  • Instructor: Daniel Gomis
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Drone/Remote Control World: 2nd-5th (French and English)

Your kids have always dreamt of becoming a pilot?  This class if for them! In this hands-on class, students will learn how the basics on how drones/ remote control vehicles function and how to operate them correctly and safely. Students will get introduced to the drone/Remote Control world through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education, while keeping some fun and entertaining activities! Weekly workshops will revolve around obstacle courses, racing and integrating aerial videography. The students will even develop first-person-view piloting skills thanks to their own set of Virtual Reality goggles. 

Students will take home their own personal drone at the end of the semester.

  • Instructor: Sylvain Chancel
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $300 + $100 material fee

Engineering for Kids: 4th-8th (English)

Software Engineering: Phone App Lab (10 weeks)

Create apps for your phone on day 1! We will be using App Lab, an in-browser Javascript programming environment specially designed to ease those totally new to computer science into programming by dragging and dropping both design elements and even blocks of code. Got an idea for the next killer app? Here’s your chance to make it a reality.

LittleBits Laboratory: Mechatronic Masterminds (5 weeks)

Explore the basics of mechatronics engineering and logic based programming as students use LittleBits and work together to design gadgets, tools, and machines such as an articulated hand!

Instructor: Engineering for Kids
Time: 3:45-5:15
Price: $410

Wednesday

​​​​​​​Discover the LEGO® World: TPS-K (French)

Let your imagination inspire your creations! This class is designed to let students develop their creativity and LEGO-building skills by giving them the freedom to collaborate on a theme of their choosing and develop intricate and wild worlds! This is a great entry in LEGO® classes, with a focus on free play, an essential way to develop important social & emotional skills.

Students who wish for a more project driven type of Lego class are encouraged to sign up for Thursdays ‘”LEt’s GO Classic’ class instead.

  • Instructor: Cédric Strapart
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $200 + $10 material fee

T-Ball: PK-2nd (English)

This class will teach basic baseball skills - learning to hit off the 'T', throwing overhand, catching, fielding, hitting from a pitching machine, and tagging with an emphasis on fun and building an understanding of the game. 

Equipment will be provided except for a glove. If your child does not already have a glove please take a moment to read this important information via this link about choosing a glove.

  • Instructor: Ryan Scheel / Greg Darling
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $200
Softball PM Class

Basketball: K-2nd (French)

In this class students will learn develop the basic technical and tactical skills. We will focus on ball handling activities appropriate to young players. Each class will finish with a fun scrimmage.

  • Instructor: Daniel Gomis
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Board Games: Games K-3rd (French)

This class is set to play and cooperate with old and new classic board games including Uno, Mille Bornes, Sorry, Parcheesi, Trouble, and Cranium.  The semester will conclude with students designing their own board games.

  • Instructor: Stephanie Martin-Sewall
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 + $15

Cook it and Take it Home: 1st-5th (French)

Students will do more than just learn a recipe or two, here they will make something that can then be taken home and shared with the family. Some days this may be a side dish that can be incorporated into dinner, other days it might be a tiramisu that can be served for dessert.

  • Instructor: Nadia Radji
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 + $60 material fee

Aide aux Devoirs—Methodologie: 2nd-3rd (French)

This class is designed for students who need some extra support with homework, organization, and study skills. Students will get help organizing their work, acquiring the tools to better interpret their assignments, and refining their reading and listening skills.

  • Instructor: Camille Rueff
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Chess & Go: 2nd-8th (French)

Chess and Go are among the oldest strategy games in the world, which originated in India and China. Go and Chess are fun games that improve memory, cognitive abilities, strategic thinking as well as the capacity to predict and foresee the consequences of actions. It never gets boring, you have so much to look forward to. and there are infinite numbers of combinations to construct.

  • Instructor: Thierry Anne
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 or PM PASS

Basketball: 3rd-5th (English)

Students participating in this class will take part in a variety of engaging drills on basic fundamentals, while focusing on an in-depth study of shooting mechanics. Sessions will end in a fun scrimmage. 3rd-4th graders participating in this class will have the opportunity to participate in a month long league in March.

  • Instructor: Ron Thomas
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Coding Workshop: 3rd-6th (French)

This coding class will focus on teamwork and creativity. Students will have a creative lab where they will explore individually or collaboratively coding activities and challenges with or without the computer. Children will explore different types of materials and work in little groups to build projects and complete challenges.

  • Instructor: Aurore Molerus
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200
Students writing code

Thursday

Ballet: TPS-PK (English)

Dancers will gain an understanding of how their bodies move and how to communicate through dance. Through ballet stretch, improvisation, and structured choreographic activities, dancers will develop creative movement skills that they will perform for each other.

  • Instructor: NW Dance Project
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $250
preschool students practice ballet

Creative Crafts: TPS-PK (French)

Hone your skills in this arts and crafts class that will allow students to express themselves and be creative in a casual environment. Students will make a variety of crafts including seasonal and holiday themed activities, cards, flowers, and animals.

Instructor: Mina Badereddine
Time: 3:30-4:30
Price: $200 + $25 material fee

LEt’s GO Classic LEGO®: PS-K (French)

Using multiple LEGO® Classic sets will afford students the opportunity to develop their imagination and creativity while also following step by step instructions and problem solving. We will learn the ins and outs of model building. This class focuses on creating easy building model and developing strategies to solve a problem using Lego®.

This is a more guided class designed for students who have participated in ‘Discover the LEGO® World’ class.

  • Instructor: Cédric Strapart
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $200 + $10 material fee

Drawing & Painting: K-3rd (French)

Students will have the opportunity to focus on the process of making art rather than the product. This class will focus on step by step drawings as well as still lives. Students will learn how to use mediums such as graphite, charcoal, colored pencils and watercolor pencils. Painting mediums will include watercolor, acrylic, and tempera. Come create artwork and express yourself freely while having fun.

  • Instructor: Stephanie Martin-Sewall
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 + $15 material fee

Gymnastics: K-3rd (English)

This class is designed to provide students with the basic tumbling skills needed for Aerial Movement, such as cartwheels, rolls, walk-overs, and handstands. Students will also learn proper stretching and conditioning.

  • Instructor: Pendulum
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $225

Puppeteering: 1st-3rd (French)

Students will design and create their own puppets with papier mache in this hands on imaginative puppeteering class. Once the puppets are designed, students will chose a story, build props and backgrounds, and prepare a little show to close the semester. 

  • Instructor: Véronique Pain
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 + $10

Sewing and Knitting: 1st-5th (French)

This class will teach the basic skills of sewing and knitting, and offer support for students completing their own exciting projects and creations. All skill levels welcome.

  • Instructor: Nadia Radji
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 + $20 material fee

Urban Dancing: 1st-5th (French)

Come rock your body in this Urban Dance class! Dance, sweat, jump and be creative in this movement based French fitness class. This class will help develop a healthy lifestyle. Students will learn routines to modern and vibrant music from a variety of cultures from Hip Hop to African, Latin and Pop. Students will then create their own routines that lead up to a special performance they will put together to share at the end of the semester. 

  • Instructor: Micheline Manival
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200 or PM PASS

International Street Food: 3rd-5th (English)

If there is one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that we all love food. In this class, students will cook and eat tasty street foods found all over the world. Come join in on food adventures through delicious street foods of America, Mexico, Poland, India and many other places! Students will learn how to make a variety of foods, including champurrado, sweet breads, potato pancakes, and pani puri.

Teacher Bio: Annette Guzik is from Chicago, Illinois. She is a current aide at FAIS. In 2016 she earned her degree in History from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She loves to travel and enjoy food. Her time in India inspired her to further expand her love for cooking and to share it with others.

Instructor: Annette Guzik
Time: 3:45-4:45             
Price: $200 + $50 material fee

Journalism: 4th-6th (French)

Join your colleagues in the newsroom to create FAIS’s first student led newspaper. Students will share events and stories about their school, community, city and more, in both French and English. Students will explore different forms of journalism, will discuss contents, choose their assignments, and have their own material edited during the class and investigate their subjects during the week. This project will be defined by the students and grow with them while structured by the teacher.

  • Instructor: Aurore Morelus
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Speech and Debate: 6th-8th (English)

Do you have a flair for drama? Are you interested in current events? Do you find yourself debating over the dinner table? Come channel that energy with speech and debate! In this class, you'll learn valuable skills that will last you a lifetime. Students will learn to appreciate the art of argument, have fun finding their voice, work to understand one's audience, and practice "individual events" using OSAA competition guidelines. If you're considering joining a competitive speech and debate team in high school, this class is a great introduction to the sport.

  • Instructor: Lauren Yamasaki
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Friday

Plus Petits Chefs: TPS-PK (English)

Students will practice their cooking skills with a variety of fun and easy recipes, including everything from breakfast to dinner to desserts. Students will be able to practice their fine motor skills as well while they roll, stir, and use kitchen tools. There will be plenty of opportunities to get creative with our cooking when decorating, choosing ingredients, and playing when our food is cooking.

Instructor: Kellie Jordan
Time: 3:30-4:30
Price: $200 + $25 material fee

Music and Movement: PS-K English)

Time to get a movin' and a shakin'! We'll combine singing, dancing and musical instruments with choreographed and free form movements then cool it all down with some quiet "inner-peacing". This class will be a great way to release all that energy left over from the day through wiggles and giggles and at the end of the semester you'll get a little music video in your email highlighting what we've been accomplished. Join us!

  • Instructor: Dave Yeager
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $200

​​​​​​​K’nex Builder: K-3rd (French)

Engineering, art, and fun collide in this imagination filled K’nex class. This class is perfect for students who love finding solutions and tinkering with building toys. Students will develop their construction and math skills by working both independently and in small groups on various projects during the semester. Students will have the opportunity to construct real world 3-D models and develop key science, technology, engineering, and math concepts with hands-on step by step activities.

  • Instructor: Camille Crampsey
  • Time: 3:30-4:30
  • Price: $200 + $20 material fee

Literary and Philosophical Debate: 2nd-5th (French)

In this class, students will practice their French skills and develop their vocabulary, within a philosophical frame, in various oral discussions based on a new theme each week proposed by the teacher or students. The various objectives of this class are to learn to expand on a theme, an idea, how to develop and structure your thoughts, and learn to listen, respect and take into account other's point of view.

Through all of this, students will get to actively practice their French vocally.

  • Instructor: Sebastian Arial
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Fencing & Lightsaber Choreography: 3rd-6th (English)

Note: If you are only interested in participating in one part of this class please contact lbirshan@faispdx.org for more information.

Lightsaber Choreography – 7 weeks

Students will learn the choreography of a lightsaber duel in this brand new class at FAIS. Lightsaber skills will be taught using stage combat techniques and the final class will be a fight performance. Stunt grade lightsabers provided by Northwest Fencing Center.

Fencing – 8 weeks

Match wits and cross blades! Learn the basics of fencing from a professional fencing coach. The class covers fencing footwork, the basics of offense and defense, and fencing strategy. We finish every class with a group battle! Emphasis is on fun and safety. Everyone wears full protective safety gear, chest plate, jacket, gloves, and mask, provided by NW Fencing Center. En garde. Prêt? Allez!

  • Instructor: NW Fencing Center
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $225

Aerial Movement: 3rd-8th (English)

This is an aerial dance class for students with beginning to intermediate skill levels. Students will work on various aerial disciplines such as aerial hoop, dance trapeze, and silks. The goal of the class is to improve strength, flexibility, and to provide students with a solid foundation of skills to build and expand upon. Students' individual skill levels will be accommodated and allowed to progress at a rate that is appropriate for them. Students are encouraged to register for the spring term as well.

Teacher Bio: Sydney Nagy has been an aerialist and contortionist with Pendulum Aerial Arts since 2013 where she graduated from the Professional Training Program. Prior to training in the circus arts, Sydney was a competitive rhythmic gymnast for seven years. She is a five-time Junior Olympics competitor and a four-time member of the National Future Stars team. She is a part of Twisted Sisters Circus, competing in Circus Star USA, placing in the top three, as well as in the international circus competition Viva Fest 2018 taking home 1st place in their category. Recently the duo also performed on The Ellen Show and The Gong Show. Sydney has trained exclusively with world renowned Mongolian contortionist Tsengee Byambadorj and has had the honor of working with many cast members of Cirque du Soleil and the most prestigious circus school, École Nationale de Cirque.

Sydney is very excited to bring her passion and experience to the next generation of budding artists at the French American International School. She has experienced so many lovely coaches and wants to give back to the community from which she has benefited immensely to give these kids the same opportunity as she had.

  • Instructor: Pendulum
  • Time: 3:45-5:00
  • Price: $280

Book Club: 4th-6th (French)

Read more in French and share your love of reading by joining this book club. Students will read different genres, create a book journal and discuss different topics while developing their own creativity.

  • Instructor: Aurore Molerus
  • Time: 3:45-4:45
  • Price: $200

Board Games: T.I.M.E. Stories: 6th-8th (English)

T.I.M.E Stories is a cooperative, mystery, roleplaying board game that requires critical thinking and discussion among players. The challenges are great and peril is boundless. T.I.M.E Agents must employ all of their cognitive abilities to abate temporal collapses before time runs out! Are you ready to accept the challenge and help save your universe before it ceases to exist? We need YOU, today!

This game is rated for teens ages 12+. We request any 6th graders who have not yet turned 12 to please refrain from signing up, as suggestive themes may be part of the missions.

Instructor: Jackson Jarman-Miller
Time: 3:45-4:45
Price: $200 + $20 material fee

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