2021 - 2022 Junior High Schedule

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Junior High Class Descriptions

6th Grade - IEW Ancient History

Teacher: Emily Cook

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: 6th grade students who have completed at least 5th grade level English instruction. 

Class fee: $15

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

Minimum number of students in the class: 3

Class Objectives: Teaching students to outline and summarize specific readings and then outline and write their own papers.  This is a basic level of Institute for Excellence in Writing Curriculum.  

Class Format:  Lessons will be presented in class and homework assigned from the IEW student workbook.

Description of homework Activities:  There will be writing homework to be completed each week.  Parental involvement at home will be important for success in IEW.  Helping your child to stay organized, brainstorm ideas and edit papers will play a huge role in your student’s success.  You may look at the curriculum online https://iew.com/shop/products/ancient-history-based-writing-lessons-student-book-only (There is a video introduction on this theme level writing course)

Textbook Information: IEW Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons Student Book is required.  Students will be responsible for bringing their IEW book to class each week. 

 

7th IEW Vol. 1 Narnia

Teacher: Carrie Deever

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: 7th grade students who have completed at least 6th grade level English instruction. 

Class fee: $12

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

Minimum number of students in the class: 3

Class Objectives: To prepare students with writing skills by modeling and practicing structural guidelines and specific stylistic requirements that develop competency, independence, and as a result, creativity in their written work. 

 

Class Format:  Each class period will begin with a sampling of students sharing their compositions or excerpts from their written work. This encourages students to become more comfortable speaking in front of others. The remainder of the class time will be spent modeling writing structures, brainstorming ideas together, and learning new stylistic techniques.

 

Description of homework Activities:  There will be writing homework to be completed each week. You may look at the curriculum online at https://iew.com/shop/products/following-narnia®-volume-1-lions-song-student-book(There is a video introduction on this theme level writing course)

Parent Role:

Although I will be modeling and leading the students each week during our CG time, it is vital that a parent is involved with this writing class. Parents play a huge role at home by helping their child to stay organized, brainstorming and discussing ideas, editing papers, and serving as an audience when their child reads their compositions. Some students may take to working independently very quickly and others may need you to stay beside them through much of the year. If you are able, I encourage you to take the time over the summer to watch the IEW DVDs these are available from Tender Tenbrink. They provide the core teacher/parent training for all IEW writing and will definitely aide in your ability to support your child throughout this course.

 

 

Textbook Information: IEW Following Narnia Vol 1 Student Book is required. Students will be responsible for bringing their IEW book to class each week. 

Additional supplies:

3 ring binder with 5 dividers, writing utensils, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe book by C.S. Lewis

 

 

8th Grade IEW Volume 2 Narnia

Teacher: Naomi Hopson

Grade 8th

Class Fee: $12

Maximum number of students 12

Minimum number of students 4

Class Objectives: Teaching students to outline and summarize specific readings and then outline and write their own papers.  This is a basic level of Institute for Excellence in Writing Curriculum.  

Class Format:  Lessons will be presented in class and homework assigned from the IEW student workbook.

Description of homework Activities:  There will be writing homework to be completed each week.  Parental involvement at home will be important for success in IEW.  Helping your child to stay organized, brainstorm ideas and edit papers will play a huge role in your student’s success.  You may look at the curriculum online https://iew.com/shop/products/following-narnia®-volume-2-aslans-country-student-book-only

(There is a video introduction on this theme level writing course) It would be beneficial to have your student read the Narnia books alongside these writing activities, but you do not have to.  It is also recommended that you use the Grammar Fix it curriculum at home, although it is not required.

Textbook Information: IEW Following Narnia® Volume 2: Aslan's Country Student Book is required.  Students will be responsible for bringing their IEW book to class each week. 

 

Junior High Literature

Teacher: D Hunsinger

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students. This class will entail a lot of reading, so please make sure your student is on level and will be able to keep up.

Class fee: $15.00/ semester

Maximum number of students in the class: 16

Minimum number of students in the class: 4

Objectives of this class:  This is a fun class that works to foster a deeper of understanding of literature as well as a love of reading.

Description of the general class format:  We will analyze five books written specifically for middle schoolers, studying characters, plots and settings as we go along. Students will learn points of view, new vocabulary, turns of phrase and how to infer details from text.  We will make recipes and crafts from each book to better learn the setting and time period.

Description of homework activities:  Students will have weekly reading assignments so that we are reading approximately a book a month. There will be a few pages of comprehension homework about the book, due each week.

Textbook/workbook information:  All your child will need is the five books listed and an imagination!  Feel free to get the books used, in an ebook format, or from the library.  Any edition will do! I can provide links to free ebooks and audiobooks for most of the novels as well!
 

Novels required TBA

 

Double Science

 

Double Science will rotate on a 2 yr rotation: Apologia Exploring Creation Chemistry and Physics for 2021-2022. Apologia Zoology 2 and 3 will be covered 2022-2023 school yr.  It is recommended to complete Double Science before registering for General Science.

Teacher: T Laine

Class Fee: $15

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level: 6th-8th grade

Objectives for this class: We will be learning about God through introductory Chemistry and Physics.

 

Description of the general class format: We will do weekly activities to reinforce the information presented in the textbook. 

 

Description of enrichment or homework activities: Reading and/or questions from the text will be assigned each week. It is important to complete these assignments at home, so students will be able to participate in class discussions and understand the experiments/activities.

 

Textbook Information: Apologia Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics

 

 

General Science

General Science is offered every year at CG.  It is recommended to complete Double Science prior to registering for General Science.

Teacher: Allison King

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: 7- 8th grade

Class Fee: $10.00

Maximum number of students in the class: 11

Minimum number of students for the class to make: 3

Objectives of this class: We will learn the history of science, implementation of the scientific method, and a broad sweeping overview of different science disciplines including Earth Science, Life Science, General Chemistry/Physics and Environmental Science looking at how God's glory is shown throughout it all.

Description of the general class format:  Class time will be devoted to presenting concepts and completing experiments for each module.

Description of enrichment or homework activities: This is a full science curriculum. Weekly reading assignments and homework will be required.  Each module will be covered over approximately 2 weeks.  On Your Own questions, lab reports, study guides, and tests are due for each Module.  Expect four hours of homework per week.

Homework will be checked for completion each week.  Lab Reports and Tests will be graded for content.

Textbook/workbook information: Apologia General Science 3rd edition. Both the student textbook and the solutions and tests manual are required.

 

 

 

Physical Science

 

Physical Science is a High School class open to junior high students who are looking to have room in their high school schedule to take additional Science classes. 


Teacher:  P Newsom

Grade:             8th/9th

Cost:                $10 per student per semester

 

Maximum # of Students: 10       

 

Minimum # of Students:  2

 

Skills Needed:  This course is designed to be the last science course the student takes before high school biology.  It is recommended for 8th or 9th grade students who have completed General Science and Pre-Algebra and will be concurrently taking Algebra 1.  Math skills used in this course include converting measurement units, graphing, rearranging and solving equations, and multiplying and dividing fractions.  Students should display a maturity level appropriate for high school level work and be able to keep up with the workload.

Class Description:  The text discusses the atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonds, reactions and energy, motion, forces, energy, waves and sound, light, electricity and magnetism, and Earth’s structure, weathering, and atmosphere.

Class Format:  Class time is devoted to discussing, performing, and recording experiments, as well as reviewing material from each module.

Homework:  Students are provided a daily schedule of reading assignments and homework questions.  Assignments for each module may include Notes and Practice, OYO Questions, Lab Reports, Study Guides, Quizzes, and Tests.  Projects may also be incorporated into the class.  Occasionally, students/parents perform experiments at home that are not completed in class because of time.  The class pace is ½ module per week.  The required time is approximately 1 hour per day at home.

 

Textbook:  Apologia Exploring Creation with Physical Science, 3rd edition Solutions and Tests Manual, 3rd edition.

Supplies:  scientific calculator,  1” binder,  package of dividers

An optional audio version of the book is available on MP3 CD or as an MP3 digital download from Apologia.  Audiobook versions are also available from Audible and iTunes.  See the Apologia website for more information.

 

Math Masters CANCELED

Teacher:

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: 6th grade and above. Participation in class quizzes, games, and activities will be a major component of this class. A basic knowledge of multiplication tables up to 10 will be assumed-we will work on increasing speed in class.

Class Fee: $10/semester

Maximum number of students in the class: 12

Minimum number of students for the class to make: 3

Objectives of this class: to improve speed, accuracy, and confidence in math; to improve math skills through games.

Description of the general class format: weekly multiplication speed drills, with each student graphing and tracking their own progress; learning through games like math-based jeopardy, bingo, board slam, (math) battleship, etc.; memorization of ten math facts each week (ex. times tables 1-12, square and cubes, metric equivalents, fraction-decimal-percent equivalents, etc.) and common formulas such as areas of squares, triangles, circles, Pythagorean theorem, etc. – facts that will be helpful as students move on to pre-algebra and algebra.

Description of enrichment or homework activities: There will be assigned memorization each week. This daily review/memory work is vital to success in class.  Expect to spend about 10 minutes per day at home.  No written homework will be required.

Textbook/workbook information: All necessary materials will be distributed in class.

Other important information: This class is not a substitute for a full year of math instruction. It is reinforcement and enrichment of what the student is studying in his/her curriculum at home.

 

Pre-Algebra

Teacher: Lacey Lowry

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class:  The student needs to have a solid background in mathematics. The student should solidly have multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction facts in place. The student needs to have a good understanding of fractions, decimals, percents, and other basic concepts of math.

Class prerequisite:  Student must take a Cottage Garden math placement test to determine readiness. These are available from the Jr. high coordinator.

Class fee: $15

Maximum number of students in this class: 12

Minimum number of students: 2

Objectives of this class:  To equip the student with the ability to solve algebraic equations and to prepare for higher math, such as Algebra I.

Description of the general class format:  Concepts for the week will be introduced to the students. Students will be expected to fill in notes from the notebook during class. Students will be allowed to practice-related problems and demonstrate to the teacher that they have understanding.

Description of homework activities:  Students will have daily homework assignments that must be completed. Expect about 1 hour of homework each day, 4 days a week.

Required Textbook/supplies: 

1.    Math-U-See Pre Algebra Student Pack

2.    1.5” - 2” binder with paper to keep notes and copies organized

3.    pencils 

Other important information:  Students will be expected to complete all assigned homework, grade assignments, re-work any problems that were missed, and study for exams. Homework assignments will be due before 9:00 a.m. each class day and graded each week. In addition, there will be exams, which will be completed at home under supervision.

 

 

Basic Computers

Teacher: Melissa Bartlett

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: Middle School Students, also available to high school students who need beginner level instruction. 

Class Fee: $10

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

Minimum number of students for the class to make: 3

Objectives of this class: The overall objective is to teach students how to use any word processing, spreadsheet, presentation software, and publisher/draw for their personal and/or educational use. I want to provide students with useful experience that will be helpful for school and their personal lives. 

Description of the general class format: Students will spend half of each class working on keyboarding skills using the free typing.com website.  The other half of each class will be spent learning and practicing skills in MS Word, MS Excel, or MS PowerPoint. 

Description of enrichment or homework activities: Students will be expected to practice typing on the typing.com website approximately 15 minutes per day during the week to improve typing skills and speed. 

Textbook/workbook information: Students must be able to bring a laptop to class that has MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and internet access. 

 

 

JH Spanish

Teacher: Nafisa Morris

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: 7th or 8th grade (best if taken the year before Spanish I)

Class Fee: $10

Maximum number of students in the class: 12

Minimum number of students for the class to make: 3

Objectives of this class: Students will learn basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and verb conjugations.  Students will practice both written and oral Spanish.  This class helps prepare students for HS Spanish courses. 

Description of the general class format: JH Spanish introduces students to beginning Spanish. Students will learn how to ask and answer questions in Spanish, give and follow directions, purchase items, and make small talk. The textbook is rich with activities to help students gain confidence with the Spanish language.

Description of enrichment or homework activities: Students will typically have an exercise from the textbook as homework each week and vocabulary words to memorize. 

Textbook/workbook information: Each student must have access to “Spanish I for Christian Schools” 2nd edition Student Text by BJU press. The other materials offered by BJU are NOT needed. 

 

Homemaking

Teacher: Gina Lynch
 

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: Junior High

Maximum Number of Students in this class: 8

Minimum Number of Students in this class: 3
 

Class Fee: $20 per semester and students will need to purchase some supplies for projects that they will be taking home.
 

Objectives of this class: To teach students skills for maintaining a home in a fun and engaging way.

Description of the general class format: Class time will be spent in discussion with hands-on activities and demonstrations. Listed below are some of the skills that may be included.

  • Budgeting

  • Meal planning and grocery shopping

  • Nutrition and Whole Foods

  • Techniques in food preparation

  • Hospitality & Party Planning

  • Home Organization

  • Cleaning/Maintaining a Home

  • Homemade items including detergents, nut butters, nut milks, etc.

  • DIY projects for decorating, gift giving, etc.

  • Growing herbs

  • Parenting

Description of possible homework assignments: There will be occasional assignments pertaining to the weekly topic, such as creating and executing a meal plan and shopping trip, planning and hosting a social event, a DIY décor project and making a household product from scratch.
Textbooks/workbook information: No textbooks or workbooks needed

 

JH/HS Studio Art 1

Teacher: Becky Helvey

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: Jr. High-High School
Class Fee: $35 per semester
Maximum: 10
Minimum: 4
Objectives of this class: The goal of the class is to encourage students in the area of art & creativity while they explore different mediums and techniques. Willingness to get involved in the creative process is a more important requirement than the student’s talent or previous experience.

Description of the general class format: This will be a course that will follow a three-year curriculum; Studio 1, Studio 2, and Studio 3. There is no prerequisite to enter the course, only listed in consecutive order so that a student does not repeat a class in the following years at Cottage Garden. The class will be structured with 10 minutes of information/history about an artist followed by about 30 minutes of student exploration in the artist's technique, with the final few minutes used for cleaning up and sharing. The emphasis of the class is exploration. There will be consecutive weeks that we work on the same technique and project. Students will explore a variety of artists, art processes, and materials such as painting, drawing, chalk, mosaics, collage, & printing. The students will use class time exploring and developing skills in this creative endeavor.

Description of enrichment or homework activities: No written homework will be assigned. However, there may be times art will go home to be worked on and asked to bring back. Mrs. Helvey will also encourage students to participate in local competitions/art shows if the opportunities arise. Students will create and choose at least one piece of their artwork to display at the end of the year, Awards Ceremony.
 

 

JH/HS 3D Art Masters

Teacher: Rachel Wall

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: This is a Jr. High/High school level class.

Class Fee: $35

Maximum number of students in the class: 15

Minimum number: 3

Description of enrichment or homework activities: There will be no homework required, but students may choose to do brainstorming, sketches, or find ideas at home for a project. No textbook is required.

Course Description: Students enrolled in this course will explore the fundamentals of making art using various 3D mediums. Students will create a variety of projects using art mediums and techniques such as: ceramics, constructions, sculpture, pottery, collage, and relief art just to name a few. Students will also become aware of a variety of art styles, art periods, and artists throughout history. Art projects may be modified for more beginner students or built onto for more advanced students.

Required supplies: 

All supplies will be included in the class fee

Other Important Information:

Students will be using different mediums as they explore the various 3D techniques. It is advisable to bring a smock or t-shirt to protect clothing.

 

 

 

Junior High Girls’ Club

Teacher: Catherine Pratt

Goals for this class:  Creativity, Fun, Sharing Blessings, and Being Blessed….

How we’ll reach these goals: Friendships, Fellowship, Food, Crafts, Games, Secret Sisters, Service, and Growing in the Lord

Materials needed: Students will need a Bible they can use to creatively write in and decorate.  A new Bible or an old Bible will work.  Be sure it is in translation that you want them to use. 

Cost for class:  $20 will include materials for crafts, activities, treats, and surprises for the class members

 Our class will be filled with fun activities designed to bless the girls and to give them opportunities to bless others.  Our studies will be centered on being girls of influence, building relationships that bless others, and growing closer to Jesus.  Our activities will include making fun crafts, planning and carrying out activities that will bless others, and investing in each other so that friendships are cultivated and grow.

“Home assignments” will be minimal, including working on the projects that we begin in class designed to bless others (such as secret sisters or hosting an activity for Cottage Garden—like the Valentine’s Party—or blessing the poor and homeless—like those served through “Operation Christmas Child” and “Jesus Closet,” as well as working to develop a daily time with the Lord.) 

The goals of “Creativity, Fun, Sharing Blessings, and Being Blessed” in a caring atmosphere will give these middle-school-aged girls a sense of how they are created with a purpose, having unique and beautiful gifts they can use to bless others as they learn and experience ways they can grow in their faith and share God’s love and blessings with others.  

If you have any questions, please contact Catherine Pratt at  csmoot1@gmail.com

 

Strategic Games

Teacher:  Alayna Abel

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class:  6th-8th grade

Class Fee: $15

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

Minimum number of students for the class to make: 4

Objectives of this class:  Through games, students will learn thinking skills for all decision-making and have the opportunity to develop and deepen fellowship with one another. 

Description of the general class format:  Critical thinking puzzles will be used in class to teach students to organize information for decision-making.  Games that focus on strategic thinking will be played. 

Description of enrichment or homework activities:  No homework

Textbook/workbook information: No textbook – handouts will be provided by the teacher

 

 

JH STEM

Teacher: Bethany Brizuela

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class:  6th-8th grade

Class Fee: $30

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

Minimum number of students for the class to make: 3

Objectives of this class:  Students will work together to define problems and design solutions while learning science, technology, engineering, and math concepts.  STEM lessons immerse students in hands-on inquiry and open-ended exploration.

Description of the general class format:  Each week a new project or challenge will be presented.  Students will work together and find best solutions with available resources in hands-on projects. 

Description of enrichment or homework activities:  No homework.  Students may be asked to collect and bring common household items (ie toilet paper rolls, straws ect.)

Textbook/workbook information: No textbook, any necessary materials will be provided by teacher

 

Scripture Memory Class

Teacher: Tammy Cannon

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: JH ages

Class fee: $12

 

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

 

Minimum number of students in the class: 4

 

Class Objectives:  To memorize and study scripture passages that are foundational to growing in Christ. By the end of the semester, each student will have memorized and studied 13 scripture passages. They will also learn how to present the gospel using some of the scripture passages in an illustration that can be shared with a pen and paper, napkin, etc. At the end of the semester, they will receive a scripture memory verse pack to hold their verse cards that they can carry to review at any time. 

 

Class Format: We will memorize a scripture passage in class one week and study the verse by answering questions from a booklet in class. The following week we will review the verse and begin the second memory verse, etc.

 

Description of homework Activities:  Review scripture passages learned in class 

 

Textbook/Required supplies Information: Booklet and cards will be provided and are included in fee.  

(Growing in Christ: A 13 Week Course for New and Growing Christians. Includes memory cards)

JH/HS Beginning and Intermediate Swords

Instructor: Jaci Luebbert
Suitable for: JH or High School students, 12 years old and up.  This is for anyone who has never had any sword lessons from me. We will cover Beginner instructions the first semester, and intermediate the second.
Class Fee: $30 per semester; (Additional $25 for students without a sword – 1 time fee.)
Maximum class: 8 Minimum class: 3
Objective: Students will learn the basic fundamentals of theatrical sword fighting in a fun and safe environment.
Supplies needed:  gloves (Can be leather work gloves. These can be purchased at Tractor Supply or Walmart. No fingerless gloves or bicycle gloves, etc.)

 

JH/HS Fight Building and Combat: (swords #2)

Instructor: Jaci Luebbert
Prerequisite: These students needed to have completed the Beginning and Intermediate Swords class.
Class Fee: $30 per semester
Maximum class: 8 Minimum class: 3
Objective: Students will learn more advanced fundamentals of theatrical sword fighting in a fun and safe environment.
Supplies needed:  gloves (Can be leather work gloves. These can be purchased at Tractor Supply or Walmart. No fingerless gloves or bicycle gloves, etc.)

 

Intro to Economics

Teacher: A Pepple

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: JH ages

Class fee: $12

Maximum number of students in the class: 12

Minimum number of students in the class: 3

Class Objectives:  Students will obtain understanding through reading and discussion of the following concepts:

  • Money, its origin and history

  • the dollar, its origin and history

  • the business cycle

  • inflation

  • recession

  • depression

  • foreign currencies

  • government, its economic behavior

all from liberty and free market-loving perspective with a belief in the natural law. 

Class Format: Students will read 1-2 short chapters per week from the book Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?  Assignments from A Bluestocking Guide: Economics by Jane Williams will be used to further understanding.

Description of homework Activities:  Students will have short reading assignments and short answer questions and definitions to complete.  Expect approximately 1-1.5 hrs of homework per week.

Textbook/Required supplies Information: Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?  by Richard J. Maybury

 

Logic  CANCELED

Teacher:

Suitable ages, abilities, or skill level needed for this class: JH ages

Class fee: $12

Maximum number of students in the class: 10

Minimum number of students in the class: 3

Class Objectives:   Students will learn to recognize the fallacies they see every day, including the Red Herring, Ad Hominem attacks, the Straw Man, loaded questions, equivocation, circular reasoning, either-or, generalizations, analogies, propaganda, special pleading, slippery slope fallacies, and more.

Class Format:  Logical fallacies will be presented and discussed in class.  Comic strip cartoon are used as examples of fallacies and The Fallacy Detective Game will provide a fun way to remember concepts.

Description of homework Activities:  Reading assignments will prepare students to discuss concepts in class and workbook activities may be assigned as homework

Textbook/Required supplies Information:  The Fallacy Detective: Thirty-eight Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning, 2015 Edition  By: Nathaniel Bluedorn, Hans Bluedorn

 

JH Current Events

Teacher:  Catherine Pratt
Grade:  6-8th grade
Class Fee:  $15
Minimum/maximum number of students:  2 to 12

Class Description:  Current events and the implications these events will have on the world today and in the future.  

 

Each student will need to be enrolled in an approved internet news source such as “World Watch” (which has a daily ten-minute episode, including news briefs and feature stories, developed to help teens understand current events) or “The Epoch Times” or a similar news service.  Students will watch “the news” on this website several days each week and will bring info on various current events that will be discussed in class. Students will see how current events connect with or even parallel events in history, which will help all to see the direction the world is going.  

Current events will be discussed through a biblical worldview lens and other worldviews, such as Marxism, Communism, and Islam will be revealed, as they have been blatantly responsible for historical and current events that have shaped the world. 

Description of homework activities: 

1.  Watch 10 minutes of “current events” news four days each week and take notes on at least three news items. 

2.  Turn in written assignments and current events notes each week.  (Class discussions will include these assignments.)

3.  Each semester students may be assigned a “project” which will include a presentation connecting a current event with an historical event. (Details TBA.)

Required supplies: 

1.  One 2-inch, three-ring binder with dividers, paper, and pencils

2.  Approved internet news service such as “World Watch” or “The Epoch Times”

Grades:

Coming to class with material read and assignments completed, participating in class discussions, having a respectful, learner’s attitude = 10% of the grade

The other 90% will be based on the following:

Weekly current events notes

One project each semester

 

JH/HS Drama

Teacher: Chanell Hague

Class Fee: $10

Requirements: This class is open to all acting levels and will be geared toward filling the needs and desires of each student to help them grow in their experience and love of theatre.

Overview: Drama will focus on stage performance covering acting fundamentals, etiquette on stage and off stage, acting & stage terms, acting exercises & techniques, acting preparation and warmups, scene study, character study, cast support, costuming & props, and there will be homework. Currently, I don't foresee a need for practices outside of regularly scheduled co-op classes. If that were to change, then parents will be notified in advance with details. This is a two-semester class in which we will be putting on a production at the end of the year. If your student does not want to perform in front of an audience, please do not have them enroll in this class, as it is a performing arts class.

Grading Method: Each student will be graded on participation and will receive either a pass or fail. Attendance at the final performance is mandatory. They will have a lot of influence over how the class progresses and what we focus on in class, as well as what the final production will be. I look forward to working with your students!

Homework: Memorize lines for the performance.

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