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Content: "Trust in the Lord with all your heart"..................................................................................................................................................Deuteronomy 6:5-9
Administrator: Marilyn Stephens (626) 332-9981 Heart to Heart
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February 2015
"God is the master at making heavenly marriages." This is a quote from one of my favorite books. "Created to be His Help Meet" by Debi Pearl. In her book Debi Pearl identifies patterns of success and patterns of destruction. For this Valentine month I would like to share some of my favorite excerpts. But first I want to tell you the beginning of my journey in marriage. I was in a small Bible Study which met weekly. However I was having a problem, I couldn't stop thinking about Bill Stephens. In fact I thought about him more than Jesus. I knew this was not what God wanted from me. So I confided in my pastor's wife that I thought I was in love with Bill. She said if you get to marry him you will be blessed because he is a faithful man. I remember thinking; "Who cares he is good looking!" Not too mature! Then I asked my pastor and he was sure Bill wasn't interested in me so I needed to repent for this. I decided to confess to Bill and never stare at him or think about him again. But God obviously had a different plan. Bill said, "I have been meaning to tell you something." So we went out after the church service and sat under a big tree and he said: " I have fallen in love with you." Well I went floating up to cloud nine. I honestly have been there since. It will be 40 years of marriage this April 26. We got married about a year later. I was still on cloud nine, but only one problem. I was a sinner. I was self -centered, However on the bright side, I was a Christian. I was born again. God had access to my heart. I began to seek Him. I needed to hear His still quiet voice, not my shrill loud voice. So began my quest to be a godly wife. Debi Pearl has a way of going to the heart of the matter. " A good marriage, just like anything worthwhile, takes doing the right things every day...every hour... every moment..." " When you honor your husband, you honor God." "The degree to which you reverence your husband is the degree to which you reverence your creator." "A good help meet will have a passion to be of service. Her first calling is to be of service to her husband, then her children, and when time affords, her passion of service will spill over to serving others." "The day you have a merry heart will be the first day of rebuilding your marriage into the heavenly gift it was meant to be." I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day with your man! Love, Marilyn
MoM's Night out February 16th 7:00 pm at the home of Carol Loumagne, 4351 Williams Ave., La Verne CA 91750. RSVP to Carol at [email protected] 909/913-3225 or [email protected] 626/332-9981 If you are planning to homeschool through high school this would be a good meeting to attend to help with getting prepared. We will be discussing the challenges of home schooling in high school. Come to be encouraged, blessed, and strengthened. Bring a goodie to share. Looking forward to seeing you. Western Christian PSP 2014/2015 Registration Yearly Tuition: $520 per family paid to Western Christian Schools (can be paid $52 per month Sept ­June) Enrollment fee: $30 per student: Check to Western Christian Schools Program fee: $45 per family: Check to CCL Download new 2014/2015 Registration forms from website at freedomtoteach.org Mail to Marilyn Stephens 124 North Armel Dr. Covina CA 91722 1
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February Events TUITION DUE LIFETALES EDUCATIONAL SERIES PRESENTS: BEN FRANKLIN PARK DAY VALENTINE DAY BOWLING PARTY PARENT MEETING PARK DAY
For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, That whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life. John 3: 16
American Heritage Girls Troop 3130 A Christian Scouting Program for K--12 girls __________________________________________________________________ We are a Christian scouting group for Western Christian girls ages 5 through 18. The American Heritage Girls' mission is to "Build women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country" all while making friends and having fun. We meet from 11:30 am - 1 pm before each Park Day at Marchant Park in San Dimas (2nd and 4th Wednesdays). If you are interested in joining or would like more information, you and your daughter are welcome to come check us out at a meeting, or you can reach me, Veronica Schoellerman, at (909) 519-3077 or [email protected] Contenders For the Faith Contenders For the Faith is a boys group for grades K-High School. The group is designed to help the boys learn new and fun skills, grow toward being a righteous man, make friends, and have fun! We meet throughout the school year on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 11:30 till 1:00 at Merchant Park in San Dimas. This is right before park day. This year we will be studying the Medieval Time, knighthood and chivalry. We have fun Father/Son outings for the boys like demolition derby , bike rides, BBQ and more. Our family outings during the year include movie nights, potlucks, and camping. We are a parent led group! We are looking for a few moms, dads, or high schoolers (for service credits) to join us next year to help run the program. Space is limited in the group and all parents are asked to help in some way. For those in leadership we offer the Little Contenders/Keeper program for your Preschool boy/girl. Cost: $100.00 supply fee plus the cost of badges which will vary depending on the age of your child. Contact Christina Toland @ [email protected] for registration form and information.
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A Word to Fathers ~
By Bill Stephens
Let us Lay Aside the Habits that so Easily Beset Us. (Heb.12:1 modified) Habits direct our lives. We are bound to the consequences of our habits. The most important thing we can impart to our children are good habits. I have noticed that when we babysit our grandchildren they have definite expectations they look forward to. They know they will get to play with certain toys, eat their favorite foods and go to their favorite restaurants. These are all pleasurable things to do, which is good. I would rather have them running to our door than have them kicking and screaming to our door. It is our job as grandparents to develop good habits around those pleasurable rewards. They should know that when they get up on a Saturday morning that they should pull the covers over the bed, go to the bathroom, quietly play until Grandma and Grandpa get up, then they will have an egg first and then their favorite thing, pancakes. There is a positive habit created before the reward. Years ago Marilyn convinced me to join a gym. The instructor gave me advice I will never forget. As he was outlining a routine he said that he was only going to give me a few exercises so that it would create a hunger in me. It worked. I looked forward to coming back because of that hunger to get into shape. Giving kids enough to do but not too much will create a hunger for more and thus create a positive habit and a disciplined life. In Hebrews 12:1 the writer says "...let us lay aside every weight and the sin which so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us." You could say that the "sin" the writer is talking about are simply bad habits. In fact, it might make it easier to see sin as habit and therefore you can look at it objectively. We all have habits that hinder our relationships with people and God. My mind wants to do one thing but my body another. The question is how to bring my body to obey my mind? (Romans chapter seven deals with this.) I suggest you all read "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg. He describes the habit loop. First there is the cue--the desire or craving that propels you to a certain action that brings about a reward. He talks about the first successful toothpaste to become a national seller. First the manufacturer had to convince people they needed to clean their teeth. (One hundred years ago most people did not clean their teeth.) The cue they developed was that you could remove the film on your teeth and have a clean feeling in your mouth. The activity was brushing. But the key was the minty flavor that let people know it was working. The reward--clean fresh mouth. If you observe the cues going on in your mind and what the reward is, you can change the activity and rid yourself of a bad habit. Teaching our children good positive habits in the home will teach them that hard work and discipline leads to spiritual and material wealth.
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TERRANOVA 3 TESTING TUESDAY, APRIL 7 ­ THURSDAY, APRIL 9 ATTENTION ALL MOMS! Terra Nova 3 testing for grades Kindergarten thru 8th will take place Tuesday, April 7th, Wednesday, April 8th, and Thursday, April 9th. On Tuesday, April 7th, everyone will need to arrive, park and have your children to their classrooms by 8:15 am and testing will begin at 8:30 am (TEACHERS WILL NEED TO ARRIVE EARLIER FOR A SHORT MEETING AT 7:45 am ­ more details to follow). Testing on Tuesday and Wednesday will end around 12:00 pm and will end around 10:30 am on Thursday. The Kindergarten class will only test on Tuesday and Wednesday. We will be testing at the Western Christian High School campus ­ 100 W. 9th St., Upland. We need every available mom to help during testing. Please arrange your schedule so you will be available to help all 3 days (or at 1 or 2 days). To volunteer to help, please contact Denise Kross at [email protected] or you can sign-up at Park Days, Friday School, Covina School or Rancho School. This is always a great week for our school and we look forward to another successful testing time! ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. Moms with kids in grades K ­ 8th, if you have not signed-up to help with testing, please contact Denise at [email protected] or sign-up at one of the school sites. Please note the following information concerning testing week: Pre-School For Terra Nova Volunteers: This year there will be Pre-School available for children ages 2, 3 and 4 years old for Terra Nova volunteers ONLY. This service will only be provided for Terra Nova volunteers on the day or days they are helping with testing. The Pre-School facility is located at the Western Christian High School campus in Upland where we will be testing. Terranova 3 Testing Fee: The testing fee is $22.00 per child. Please make your check payable to Western Christian Schools (separate from your tuition check and write in the memo area Terranova 3 fee). You can mail your payment to Marilyn Stephens (124 N. Armel Drive, Covina CA 91722), or turn it in at one of the Park Days, Friday School, the Rancho Tuesday School or the Covina Tuesday School. K - 3rd Grade: Please have your child's name, date of birth (including year), written neatly on a piece of paper of a 3x5 card. This will be given to the teacher on the first day of testing. 4th Grade and Up: Please note that beginning in the 4th grade, the kids will be using a scantron sheet for their answers. They will not write their answers in the test booklet. Bring A Healthy Snack: The kids will have break times. They can bring water bottles too. Used Book Sale: Beginning on Tuesday (and continuing through Thursday), bring all curriculum and teaching materials that you want to sell to the cafeteria. PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS: Please tape an envelope on the outside or inside of EACH book or item that you want to sell, and include the following information: your name, the grade level, selling price and name of the book ­ remember one envelope is needed for each item. AFTER the Used Book Sale is set-up on Tuesday, curriculum will be available for preview for teachers and helpers ONLY, and they may begin to purchase on this day. (Please NO NOT try to purchase anything while the book sale ladies are setting up ­ it just gets too confusing). The book sale will be open to everyone on Wednesday and Thursday. Bring plenty of change and small bills. Please remember to pick up your unsold books on Thursday after testing! There are always a lot of books that are left behind. Anything not picked up will be thrown away! Pictures: School pictures will be taken on Wednesday. All students will have their photo taken for the yearbook. The cost for the traditional school packet includes a 4x6 individual picture. The cost is $8.00 per student. Please make your check payable to Pete Garra. PLEASE ONE CHECK PER STUDENT ­ PLEASE DO NOT COMBINE CHECKS FOR SIBLINGS. The classroom teachers will collect the payments. 4
LIFETALES EDUCATIONAL SERIES PRESENTS BEN FRANKLIN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5th. For grades K ­ 8th. Inspired by some of the most influential people in history, the Lifetales musical biographies present the compelling lives of amazing heroes, inventors and achievers in one-act productions. These musicals bring history to life for students and include an educational course curriculum for teachers/parents that feature highlights of the historic individual's life, additional fascinating facts and quiz questions and answers. For this production, An American hero comes to life as this stirring new musical traces Ben Franklin's amazing career as an inventor, writer, patriot and stateman. TIME: Please arrive by 10:20 am to check-in. Seating will begin at 10:40 am and the show will begin at 11:00 am. COST: $8.00 per person (kids ages 3 years old and up AND adults). Kids under 3 can sit on their mother's lap. Please make your check payable to CCL and write in the memo area "Lifetales". COORDINATOR: Denise Kross [email protected] DIRECTIONS: Lifehouse Theater is located at 1135 Church St., Redland 92374. (please double-check the directions from another source before leaving home). Take the 10 Fwy. East towards San Bernardino, take the exit toward Orange St./CA-38/Downtown, stay straight to go onto W. Pearl Ave., turn left onto 6th St., turn right onto E. Colton Ave., turn left onto N. Church St., and Lifehouse Theater is on the left. VALENTINE DAY BOWLING PARTY Thursday, February 12th. Pre-K thru High School. This is a great time for the kids to get together and have some fun bowling and hanging out. All the moms really enjoy this time of fellowship while the kids are bowling. WHERE: Chaparral Lanes in San Dimas. TIME: 1 ­ 3 pm. Please arrive by 12:45 pm to check-in, get shoes and receive lane assignments. COST: $8.50 per bowler (includes 2 games and shoe rental). Please make your check payable to Center for Creative Learning (or CCL) and write in the memo area "Bowling". COORDINATOR: Please RSVP to Denise Kross at [email protected] by Wednesday, January 28th. You can also sign-up at the Park Days and school sites. DIRECTIONS: 400 W. Bonita Ave., San Dimas. (Please double-check the directions from another source before leaving home). Take the 57 Fwy. North, take the Arrow Hwy. Exit onto Bonita Ave. Once on Bonita Ave., Chaparral Lanes is about 1.3 miles (heading east) and it is on the right. LA HABRA CHILDREN'S MUSEUM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19th. Ages 2 ­ 10. The Children's Museum shows how important play is to learning. Through play, children develop skills, express creativity, discover the larger world and learn to work with others. A resource in the Southern California community since 1977. The Children's Museum is an award winning, non-profit public museum that provides unique, hands-on educational and cultural experiences to young children. The museum features 7 galleries and 14 different hands-on exhibits, many of which remain unique to the field today. In addition to these exhibits, an outdoor dinosaur topiary and historic 1942 caboose, the Museum features an exhibit which changes 3 times a year. With the assistance of a museum docent, the kids will learn about the various hands-on galleries including science, performing arts, transportation and much more during their visit. The tour lasts 90 minutes. TIME: Please arrive by 10:10 am. The tour will be 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. COST: $6.00 per person (kids age 2 and up AND Adults). Kids under age 2 are free, but they need to be in the head count ­ please include them when you sign-up. Please make your check payable to CCL and write in the memo area "La Habra Museum". COORDINATOR: Please RSVP to Denise Kross by Friday, February 6th (Please note that our field trips fill-up quickly, so don't wait to sign-up). You can also sign-up at Park Days and the school sites. DIRECTIONS: 301 South Euclid St., La Habra 90631. (Please double check the directions from another source before leaving home). Take the 57 Fwy. South, exit Brea Canyon Rd. (exit 13), turn slight right onto S. Brea Canyon Rd., S. Brea Canyon Rd. becomes N. Brea Blvd., turn right onto W. Central Ave., W. Central Ave. becomes E. La Habra Blvd., turn left onto S. Euclid St., 301 S. Euclid St. is on the right. 5
HOME SCHOOL DAY AT LEGOLAND MONDAY, MARCH 16th. All ages. Legoland has designated select Mondays as Home School Days. Instead of signing-up on-line to receive the Home School Day coupon, we will be taking sign-ups and go together on March 16th. Gates open at 9:00 am and close at 6:00 pm. THERE IS A NEW PAYMENT POLICY THIS YEAR ­ TICKETS HAVE TO BE PAID FOR AT THE TIME OF BOOKING. So this is coming out very early so you can plan to sign-up and pay by the last week of January. You will pay for parking when you arrive at Legoland. TIME: Gates open at 9:00 am. COST: $22.00 per person (kids ages 3 and up AND adults). Kids under age 3 are free. Parking is a separate cost and you pay at the park ($12.00 per vehicle). Please make your check payable to CCL and write in the memo area "Legoland". COORDINATOR: Please RSVP to Denise Kross on or before Wednesday, January 28th. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN BY JANUARY 28th . Please sign-up by emailing [email protected], or at Park Days or at the school sites. DIRECTIONS: One Legoland Dr., Carlsbad. (Please double-check the directions from another source before leaving home). Take the 5 Fwy. South to Cannon Road East exit, turn right at Legoland Drive., then follow the signs to Legoland. CALIFORNIA SCIENCE CENTER DEAD SEA SCROLLS AND JERUSALEM 3D IN IMAX THURSDAY, MARCH 26th. All ages. Come discover the most significant archaeological find of the last century ­ the Dead Sea Scrolls. The California Science Center in cooperation with the Israel Authority is proud to present the largest Dead Sea Schools exhibition ever mounted outside of Israel, featuring over 600 ancient artifacts on display. This special exhibition explores the science and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls, manuscripts written and hidden in caves 2000 years age and not discovered until 1947. The exhibition also features sections from 10 selections of the Dead Sea Scrolls, more than half never seen before in the U.S., including parts of the oldest known copies of the Hebrew Bible. Then soar high above the ancient city of Jerusalem. After being granted special permission in the region's strict no-fly zone, filmmakers were able to capture the first-ever large format aerial footage of the Old City and throughout the Holyland. Through breathtaking aerial footage, eye-opening personal stories and remarkable historical perspective, Jerusalem takes viewers inside the heart of the ancient city in ways never seen before. This inspiring film also features exclusive footage that will take you to the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock, the Jordan River, the Sea of Galilee and the mountain fortress of Masada. TIME: Please arrive and meet at the entrance by 9:30 am. The tour will start at 10:00 am. This is a timeticketed tour, and latecomers will not be permitted. Give yourself plenty of time to get to the center. The movie will be after the tour and will begin at 12:30 pm. Once the movie is over, you can tour the rest of the Science Center (however, you will not be able to go back in the Dead Sea Scroll exhibition) for as long as you like (cost of exhibition ticket and movie includes the rest of the center). COST: $14.00 for kids ages 4 through 17, $21.75 for ages 18 through adults and $1.00 for kids under age 4. Please make check payable to CCL and write in memo area "Dead Sea Scrolls". COORDINATOR: Please RSVP to Denise Kross at [email protected] by Friday March 6th. You can also sign-up at the schools sites. (Please note that our field trips fill up quickly, so don't wait until the deadline to sign-up). DIRECTIONS: 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles 90037. Directions to follow 6
LIFETALES EDUCATIONAL SERIES PRESENTS FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd For grades K ­ 8th. Inspired by some of the most influential people in history, the Lifetales musical biographies present the compelling lives of amazing heroes, inventors and achievers in one-act productions. These musicals bring history to life for students and include an educational course curriculum for teachers/parents that feature highlights of the historic individual's life, additional fascinating facts and quiz questions and answers. For this production, Discover how a determined woman revolutionized the medical profession, gave the world modern nursing and changed the course of history. This amazing true story is now an engaging musical. TIME: Please arrive by 10:20 am to check-in. Seating will begin at 10:40 am and the show will begin at 11:00 am. COST: $8.00 per person (kids ages 3 years old and up AND adults). Kids under 3 can sit on their mother's lap. Please make your check payable to CCL and write in the memo area "Lifetales". COORDINATOR: Please RSVP to Denise Kross at [email protected] or sign-up at one of the school sites or Park Days by Wednesday, April 1st. (Please note that field trips usually fill-up before the RSVP deadline date ­ so don't wait to sign-up!) DIRECTIONS: Lifehouse Theater is located at 1135 Church St., Redland 92374. (please double-check the directions from another source before leaving home). Take the 10 Fwy. East towards San Bernardino, take the exit toward Orange St./CA-38/Downtown, stay straight to go onto W. Pearl Ave., turn left onto 6th St., turn right onto E. Colton Ave., turn left onto N. Church St., and Lifehouse Theater is on the left. SEA WORLD HOME SCHOOL DAY 2015 WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th. All ages. A great annual family event! (Please add an extra hour or so to the mapquest travel time ­ due to potentially heavy traffic). The Sea World Instructional Field Trip program is a self-guided educational experience that focuses on ocean animals ­ their habitats, adaptations, and conservation. The program will include an animal training program of sea lions or dolphins. You can either sign-up for the half-day program or the full-day program. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS YEAR THE HALF-DAY TICKETS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. IN THE PAST, SEA WORLD HAS HAD DIFFICULTY WITH HALF-DAY FAMILIES (All home school groups ­ not just our group) LEAVING BY THE 1:30 PM TIME. THIS YEAR, THEY HAVE A SYSTEM IN PLACE TO ENFORCE HALF-DAY FAMILIES LEAVING BY 1:30 PM. OUR GROUP WILL NEED TO MEET BEFORE 1:30 PM AND WE WILL BE CHECKED-OUT AS A GROUP. Half-day: This includes the animal training presentation and exhibits ­ no other shows (for example: Shamu show, Seal show, etc). And no rides. You must leave the park by 1:30 pm. Full-day: Includes all shows and rides. You will receive wrist-bands and you can stay until the park closes. TIME: Please arrive and be at the Educational entrance gate by 9:00 am. COST: Half-day program: $7.00 per person (kids and adults). Full-day program: $51.00 per person (kids and adults). Parking is FREE ­ each attending family will receive a parking pass. In case of rain, the park will NOT cancel the event and there are no refunds. COORDINATOR: Please RSVP to Denise Kross by Friday, April 24th at [email protected] There will also be a sign-up sheet at the Park Days and Tuesday/Friday School sites. 7
WCPSP Center for Creative Learning 2014--2015 New!!! Tuesday Classes @ Community Baptist Church 9090 19th St., Rancho Cucamonga, A 91701 Grades K--8 Meeting Every Tuesday at Community Baptist Church on the corner of 19th & Beryl. In Rancho Cucamonga. Start date: September 16, 2014 Time 8:30 am to 12:00 noon Chapel : Worship / praise reports / devotions Science -Teacher: Tara Pomeroy / B.S. in Biological Sciences at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks / Doctorate of Physical Therapy from U.S.C. She and her husband have been homeschooling their two daughters for the past seven years. For the 2014-2015 school year, we will explore Life Science. We will marvel at the diversity of the animal kingdom, (including animals that defy evolution), and the kids will learn about human anatomy & physiology and how to take better care of their bodies. This class will use demonstrations, books, visual media, and hands-on activities to provide a fun learning experience for K-8th grade. Art--Teacher: Tara Pomeroy We will use the concepts of color, space, and proportion while practicing drawing techniques and introduce classic art and techniques used by the masters of art history. Biblical principles and bible verses are woven throughout special DVD lessons. Occasionally, the art projects will also reinforce the science lesson of the day. Character Building ­Teacher: Janine Swenson / Studying the Book of Proverbs: What is character and how can we intentionally develop it into our everyday thoughts and actions? We will spend this year expanding our Biblical understanding of character, learning what counts as character with God and how and when to apply it. We will engage in age appropriate discussions along with enjoyable, yet thought provoking activities for ladies and gentlemen in grades K ­ 8. PE - Teacher: Monique Boore is a WCS PSP mom of two current students and one WCS PSP graduate. she is a 4th degree black belt in Taekwondo and has 10 years of dance background. She was also involved in softball, Cheer, soccer and has basic knowledge of gymnastics. For the past 20 years she has trained in Taekwondo and has trained several National competitors and champions in this sport. She has also helped guide her son in becoming an elite athlete and national competitor in the field of Figure Skating. This is a Physical fitness class that will introduce your child to various physical fitness activities and sports. Children will experience areas of physical fitness such as plyometric, isometric and Calisthenics training and stretching techniques. Sports will include fun games such as good old fashion kick ball, four square, baseball, volleyball, basic martial arts, obstacle courses, etc., Nutrition, healthy lifestyle habits and a Godly attitude and mentality will also be included in classroom training. 8
American History Drama -- Teacher: Lisa Kissi-Ayittey Lisa has a BA in Communications from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI and an MA in InterCultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Lisa served for 5 years as a Youth Minister at New City Church, an urban ministry in Jersey City, NJ. In her role there she mentored teens, directed an Acting Troupe and was part of a team that ministered the gospel to 300 community kids per week through worship, games and preaching. Lisa is beginning her second year of homeschooling. She is mom to Sophia, 8, Seth, 6 and Daniel, 18 months. In this fun class, the kids will be learning a musical play called "13 Colonies" which combines historical facts with contemporary humor. In the process of learning lines and songs from the play, the kids will take part in group activities that will help them express themselves dramatically. They will also get short, "in a nutshell" lessons about important people and events that make up early American History. The kids will perform the musical for the parents on the last day of class; Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Please save the date! A volunteer assistant is needed for this class so if you would enjoy helping the kids practice (every other week) please let Marilyn or Lisa know. A list of needed props and costumes will be sent home with the kids at a later date so that families can help gather things for the performance. Western Christian PSP Pre-School 3 and 4 year olds welcome Teacher: Heather Larson was a director of a preschool for 8 years. She is a dedicated Christian Mom whose hobbies are spending time with her family and friends. She likes to exercise, cook and craft and spend time with her 2 year old daughter. Her goals for the children are to learn in a safe environment. They will learn letters, shapes and colors and how to hold a pencil and write their name. She is looking forward to getting to know each child and parent. If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Heather at [email protected] There will be activity stations, with blocks, legos, books, worksheets, Circle time, play imagination time, show and tell, and more. Kids bring backpack with: healthy snack, fat beginner pencil, glue stick, crayons, scissors Rules: No candy Take your child potty before class Every parent must volunteer 1 time per semester Must be potty trained. All parents drop off children after chapel All parents pick up children before Friday or Tuesday school ends. Older siblings CANNOT pick up preschoolers A late fee will be charged if you are more than 10 minutes late. 9
Tuesday School Rancho Cucamonga 2014--2015 Daily Schedule
Tuesday School begins September 16 8:30 am to 12 noon
Chapel
Art & Science
8:30 to 8:45 All
8:45 to 9:45
K/1st grades
9:45 to 10:45
2nd - 5th grades
10:45 to 11
Break
11 to 12 noon
6th - 8th grades
Proverbs/Historical Play
PE
2nd - 5th grades 6th - 8th grades Break K/1st grades
6th - 8th grades K/1st grades Break 2nd - 5th grades
Tuesday School Rancho Cucamonga Yearly Schedule 2014--2015 Sept 16, 23, 30 Oct 7, 14, 21, 28 Nov 4, 11, 18 Jan 6, 13, 20, 27 Feb 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Apr 14, 21, 28 May 5, 12, 19, 26 10
WCPSP Center for Creative Learning 2014--2015 Tuesday Classes @ Covina Evangelical Free Church 1661 E. Cypress Street, Covina CA 91724 Grades K--8* Meeting EVERY OTHER Tuesday at Covina Evangelical Church on the corner of Cypress and Bonnie Cove in Covina. Start date: September 16, 2014 Time: 1:00 to 3:30 pm--AFTERNOONS Science / Teacher : Dawn Faulkiner B.A. M.A. Azusa Pacific University in Curriculum Development Dawn is a grandmother who has brought the Good News Club Bible ministry to public school for many years as well as taught in public school. She is going to be home schooling her grandchildren in Western Christian next year. Dawn will be focusing on hands on science for students. PE / Teacher: Monique Boore This is a Physical fitness class that will introduce your child to various physical fitness activities and sports. Children will experience areas of physical fitness such as plyometric, isometric and Calisthenics training and stretching techniques. Sports will include fun games such as good old fashion kick ball, four square, baseball, volleyball, basic martial arts, obstacle courses, etc., Nutrition, healthy lifestyle habits and a Godly attitude and mentality will also be included in classroom training. Instructor: Monique Boore is a WCS PSP mom of two current students and one WCS PSP graduate. she is a 4th degree black belt in Taekwondo and has 10 years of dance background. She was also involved in softball, Cheer, soccer and has basic knowledge of gymnastics. For the past 20 years she has trained in Taekwondo and has trained several National competitors and champions in this sport. She has also helped guide her son in becoming an elite athlete and national competitor in the field of Figure Skating. Music History / Teacher: Trisha McIlwain My husband Shawn and I are in our fourth year of home schooling our three children: Joshua (5th grade), Sarah (3rd grade), and Noah (Kindergarten). I am a graduate of Western Christian High School, and then of Azusa Pacific University, where I earned a BA in Social Science with a History Emphasis. I received my credential and returned to Western Christian High School as a teacher. During my four years there, I taught both World and U.S. History, until my firstborn came along and I became a full-time Mommy. My other loves include Bible study and music! Class Description: We will be going through "Hymns for a Kid's Heart" by Joni Erickson Tada and Bobbie Wolgemuth. Each week we'll be introduced to a new hymn and brief history of its author. We'll sing the hymn together and discuss its meaning. The children will also work on compiling their own mini hymnbook of all the songs they've studied to take home at the end of the semester! *Phonics / Teacher: Dawn Faulkner; Phonics Specialist (Alternating weeks) A new phonics class will be offered in the fall for 1st through 3rd grade. Class begins Sept. 16, every other Tuesday. Fee: $40 per student (If enrolled in Tuesday school, $30 per student) Time: 12--1 pm Childcare will be offered during this session, 1--3:30 pm ~ $5 per week. 11
Tuesday School Covina 2014--2015 Daily Schedule
12--1 pm
Phonics 1st-3rd grade
Historical Hymns/Art
Science
1--1:45
K - 1st grades
2nd - 5th grades
1:45--2:30
2nd - 5th grades
6th - 8th grades
2:30--2:45
BREAK FOR ALL STUDENTS
2:45--3:30
6th - 8th grades
K - 1st grades
Dismissal: 3:30
PE 6th - 8th grades K - 1st grades 2nd - 5th grades
Sept 16, 30 Oct 14, 28 Nov 11, 25 Jan 13, 27 Feb 10, 24 Mar 10. 24 Apr 14, 28 May 12, 26
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Tuesday School Covina Evangelical Church & Community Baptist Church, Ranchocucamonga 2014--2015 Fees: $120 for every other week 1 child $220 for every other week 2 children $300 for every other week 3 children $360 for every other week 4 children $180 per semester 1 child $280 per semester 2 children $360 per semester 3 children $420 per semester 4 children 13
Friday School Center for Creative Learning 2014--2015 @ Chino Valley Community Church 14601 Peyton Drive Chino Hills CA. 91709 We will meet EVERY FRIDAY for the 2014--2015 school year. You may take the 8 week or 16 week option for Friday school (Conversational Spanish is 8 weeks only) Start Date: September 12, 2014 Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Description of the classes being offered: Kindergarten: Stephanie Carrillo BS & Credentialed Teacher Kindergarteners will be learning about the world around them ...from the seasonal changes God has made in our world to plant and animal life, by incorporating story time, science, Bible, songs, and art. It will be a fun hands on learning experience!! Kindergarten: Gisela Benitez B.A. 8 weeks alternating Kindergarten class: Bible songs, story time, science, centers, and art. 1st Grade: Christy Miller- 16 weeks / Credentialed Teacher and Pat Kenny-BM-CMT This year we will be learning about a different artist each week by reading about them and completing a project in a similar style that they would have done. (Similar to the Meet the Masters program) We will be using different methods and styles with- painting, pastels, watercolor, crayons, glue, markers and anything else fun I can find. We will also be having sharing time, PE activities and snack time on the playground. Looking forward to meeting your kids! 2nd Grade Peggy Peterson 16 weeks BSM and MA This year second graders will enjoy wild and whacky science experiments, fun art projects and lots of group activities to enhance and supplement the homeschool experience. 3rd Grade : Louisa Aguirre: teacher / 8 weeks alternating / Learn about missionaries and the countries where they served. I have been a Christian since 1985. I grew up in Diamond Bar graduated from St. Lucy's high school. I have a B.S. in biology from Baylor University in Texas. Byron and I will celebrate our 20 year anniversary in September. We attend Calvary Chapel Chino Hills. I have been with Western for 11 years and love teaching with the goal of knowing God and who we are in Him. 3rd Grade: Maureen Bosanko 8 weeks alternating/ A focus on geographical skills including map reading, types of maps and elements of human geography and culture. B.A. in Communicative Disorders B.A. in Bible M.A. in Communicative Disorders A teaching credential in Rehabilitative Services I am licensed as a Speech/Language Pathologist in the state of California & hold the Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC) with the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) 4th Grade: Monique Boore 8 weeks alternating PE and Art Monique Boore is a WCS PSP mom of two current students and one WCS PSP graduate. she is a 4th degree black belt in Taekwondo and has 10 years of dance background. She was also involved in softball, Cheer, soccer and has basic knowledge of gymnastics. For the past 20 years she has trained in Taekwondo and has trained several National competitors and champions in this sport. She has also helped guide her son in becoming an elite athlete and national competitor in the field of Figure Skating. (continued...) 14
4th Grade Carolyn Henry 8 weeks alternating. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development. I taught upper elementary in Christian school for eight years. Our family has been homeschooling for four years and has been with Western for the past three. On alternating weeks I will be teaching the highlights of California's history. Each class will include a short lesson with students using a variety of creative ways to record what they have learned. Our break time will include games that children from California's past might have played. We will conclude each week with a fun craft or hand's on project to compliment our study. Art 5th to 8th Grade: Julie Jacks 8 weeks alternating B.A. in Liberal Studies (Point Loma Nazarene University) M.A. in Education with an Option in Reading (Cal State, L.A.) Students will have fun expanding their knowledge of art. We will make collages, paintings, drawings and other fun projects. Our lessons will include famous artists, seasonal art projects and a variety of mediums (such as pastels, watercolors, and colored pencils). This art class features light-hearted subject matter that engages children, their sense of humor and their vivid imaginations. Students will be required to bring their own supplies to every class. A supply list will be given at the beginning of each semester. Art 5th to 8th Grade: Lisa Colosimo Credentials: Bachelor of Science in Interior design from George Fox University Associates in Window Presentation from FIDM, Worked for Resort Enhancement team at Disneyland for 6 years, Volunteer for set design at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills since 2004 8 weeks alternating, students will have fun exploring different mediums creating crafts from around the world. By the end of the year they should have a collection of art representing the Native American, Aztec, African, Egyptian, Roman, Grecian, Indian, Chinese, Aboriginal, and European cultures. Students will be required to bring their own supplies to every class. A supply list will be given at the beginning of each semester. (All parents are asked to volunteer in the classroom once per year. Sign up sheets will be made available on the first day of class.) Science 5th to 8th grade Katie Turner M.A. 16 weeks has been homeschooling her two children for the past 7 years. Katie has a Master's degree from Pepperdine University, and has a background in management and human resources training. She will be teaching a new hands-on science class at Chino Hills Friday school for 5th-8th graders. We will be doing a fun experiment every week --things that your mom may not let you do at home! It may get messy, so come join in the fun! PE 5th to 8th Grade Jared Sayers 16 weeks Physical Education involves basic movement principles which will be incorporated throughout this class, particularly in teaching skills which are specific in various games and sports. Selected activities will show a balance between individual and team emphasis, with a good attitude and sportsmanship always at the top. Physical Fitness will be addressed in every session during warm-up; skill instruction, a variety of drills and FUN lead-up games will be the sequence of each class. Kids should wear clothing that they can PLAY in, and shoes they can RUN in. Each class is designed to emphasize the motor development of that particular age level and be lots of FUN for ALL!!! Conversational Spanish: 8 weeks / K to 5th grade Teacher: Gisela Benitez will expose your child to basic communications skills used in Spanish speaking countries. We will cover the basics such as numbers, colors, family, food, and community. Students will learn Bible songs in Spanish, Spanish poetry and be exposed to Spanish children's literature. Classroom games will enable students to demonstrate their acquired Spanish vocabulary. 15
Chino Hills Friday School Every Week for 2014--2015 School Year or Every other week option. Chapel: 9:00-9:30 am ~ Parents attendance requested Fees: $120 for every other week 1 child $220 for every other week 2 children $300 for every other week 3 children $360 for every other week 4 children $180 per semester 1 child $280 per semester 2 children $360 per semester 3 children $420 per semester 4 children Conversational Spanish option for 8 weeks Teacher: Gisela Benitez Time 8:00 to 8:50 am K to 5th grade / 20 students maximum $60 per student per semester Western Christian PSP Pre-School 3 & 4 year olds welcome! Teacher: Christina Toland has countless years of experience working with preschoolers in ministry and professionally. Sensitive to the learning styles of the young child each student will be exposed to the foundation of learning ABCs, numbers, colors and shapes through music, dance, stories, hands on activities and play. There will be activity stations, with blocks, legos, books, worksheets, Circle time, play imagination time, show and tell, and more. Kids bring backpack with: healthy snack, fat beginner pencil, glue stick, crayons, scissors Rules: Every parent must volunteer 1 time per semester Must be potty trained. All parents drop off children after chapel All parents pick up children before Friday or Tuesday school ends. Older siblings CANNOT pick up preschoolers A late fee will be charged if you are more than 10 minutes late. 16
Western Christian Schools Private Satellite Program
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me
High School Coordinator: Carol Loumagne (909) 913-3225
February 2015
Parent Meeting--February 16th 7:00 pm at the home of Carol Loumagne, 4351 Williams Ave., La Verne CA 91750. RSVP to Carol at [email protected] 909/913-3225 [email protected] 626/332-9981 If you are planning to homeschool through high school this would be a good meeting to attend to help with getting prepared. We will be discussing the challenges of home schooling in high school. Come to be encouraged, blessed, and strengthened. Bring a goodie to share. Looking forward to seeing you. Transcript Requests--Please allow 5 -- 7 days for processing your transcript request. Contact Martha Lujan at [email protected]
Remember-- *A maximum of 9 courses allowed each semester ~ *On-campus students must turn in progress reports as requested.
*Please Note: Contact information for Martha Lujan has changed 626-484-1568.
Due Dates for High School Paperwork (Please send all paperwork to Martha Lujan.)
January 30 March 13 March 30 June 1 (Seniors only) - June 15 (Gr. 9--11) -
1st Semester Report Card, Lesson Plans End of 3rd Quarter--On-campus Quarterly Report Card Seniors--ALL paperwork, grades 9-12 must be up-to-date in order to graduate 2nd Semester Report Card, Lesson Plans, Attendance form (All required paperwork must be submitted in order to graduate) 2nd Semester Report Card, Lesson Plans, Attendance form
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Western Christian High
Junior and Senior Cook Off!!! The challenge is on!... which team can create the best 3 course meal with a secret ingredient? If you're a Junior or Senior then this event is for you. When: February 27 Time: 4:00pm Where: Chino Hills space is limited-RSVP's are required... RSVP To: Kylajordanpaz @yahoo.com
School Events! ~Month Of February~ Broomball Night!!! This event is filled with excitement, competition and fun with friends so DON'T MISS OUT! Might be cold in the ice rink so bring a jacket, some gloves and make sure your wearing closed toed shoes like tennis shoes . When: February 20th Time: 10:00pm ­11:45pm Cost: $4.00
SIDE NOTE: Students are encouraged to wear valentines colors the week of Valentines!
~ Chaplains Thought~ Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened for you. Matthew 7:7 I was reading my bible the other day and came across this verse. I saw it and thought about how sometimes we expect God to know our struggles and provide what we need. When we're waiting on an answer we must 1- Ask for help, guidance etc. 2- Seek (look) for the answer in His word 3- You will find it - Rebecca Hope Munoz 18
Jr. High and High School Credit Courses CLASS DESCRIPTIONS 2014--2015 Enrollment Fee: $25 per semester per class (payable to teacher) THIS IS NOT INCLUDED IN TUITION FEES! Course Fee: varies (payable to individual teacher) How to Enroll: Please call each individual teacher. The enrollment and medical release forms are to be turned in the first day of class, and will be e-mailed to those who are preregistered for the classes. Please note: These classes are designed to be supplemental--to help parents of junior high and high school students. The parents are considered the primary instructors and are responsible to make certain that the work is completed, that grades are turned in to the PSP, and that payments are made to the respective teachers. Chino Valley Community Church (CVCC) 14601 Peyton Drive Chino Hills CA. 91709 (Fridays, unless otherwise noted) American sign language ­ ASL 1 High School Credits: 10 credits per year Teacher: Kathy Bartling Contact: 951) 809-5284 or, Email: [email protected] Class Fee: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Supply Fee: $5.00/sem Books required: "The American Sign Language Phrase Book" by Lou Fant (Available at Amazon or Barnes & Noble) Recommended: Any ASL dictionary for reference (Barnes & Nobles has many) Resources: ASLpro.com, Lifeprint.com (ASL University), Other various websites ASL sign language is the only accredited sign for the United States. In this beginning class we will learn how to communicate in sign as we learn vocabulary, group practice, presentations, games, and tests. We will also explore some of the culture of the deaf community. There will be a new lesson every week. The student is expected to study the lesson at home, culminating in a quiz at the beginning of each class time. We will have an exam and a class presentation at the end of each quarter to reinforce what the students have learned. American Sign Language ­ ASL 2 High School Credits: 10 credits per year Teacher: Kathy Bartling Contact: 951) 809-5284 or, Email: [email protected] Class Fee: $150 per semester plus $25 enrollment fee Book required: "American Sign Language ­ The Easy Way" by David Stewart/Barron's Educational Series, Inc. (Barnes & Noble or Amazon) Supply fee: $5.00 Recommended: General ASL Dictionary Resources: ASLpro.com, Lifeprint.com (ASL University) This course is for those students who have already fulfilled one year of ASL. The class will fulfill the requirements for a 2nd year language course. It will encourage students to communicate in sign only and develop an extensive vocabulary of signs. Because this language is uniquely different from English, students will need to practice and study concepts at home to reinforce the lesson. Dialogues and other conversational techniques will be used. Testing and projects will also be assigned. This year's course will fulfill language credits for High School. 1a 19
Biblical Worldview 2 Semester Class (High school) The goal of this one year curriculum is to instill a world view that is consistent with Judeo-Christian principles revealed in the Bible. By exposing high schoolers to a systematic model for understanding their world , they will have the foundational skills to discern truth and make wise decisions that will bring glory to God. They will be challenged to continue the lifelong process of critical thinking.
Instructor: Ken Greek , [email protected] Location: The Greek home, 950 Hollowell St., Ontario Course cost: $150 per semester; plus $25 enrollment fee
Textbook: TBA Day & Time: Thursdays, 4:30-6 pm
Writing/Grammar I through U.S. History (Explorers to the Gold Rush)
This is a full year course for 6-10th graders. It is a class for students who have not taken a writing class previously or are not
familiar with the basic EIW elements. The class will cover vocabulary, grammar, editing, public speaking and poetry using
sources that focus on this time period in history.
Material: Three ringed binder, dividers
Location: Chino Valley Community Church
Course Cost: $150 per semester; plus $25 enrollment fee
Teacher: Karen Greek 909-235-4649 or [email protected]
Writing/Grammar II through U.S. History (Civil War Era to the Present Day) This is a full year course for 6th-10th graders. It is a class for students who have taken Writing and Grammar I or have had previous experience with EIW and know the elements included in this program. This class will also include vocabulary, grammar, editing, public speaking and poetry using sources that focus on this time period in history. Materials: Three ringed binder, dividers, packet from Writing I, and the novel Animal Farm Location: Chino Valley Community Church Teacher: Karen Greek 909-235-4649 .or [email protected]
American Literature: In this junior level course students will study the great American writers such as Jonathan Edwards,
Hawthorne, Washington Irving, Twain, and many others. Students will enhance their critical thinking skills and develop their
understanding of American Literature within a biblical worldview. Our weekly class sessions will provide a time of interaction
between the students and teacher where they will engage in meaningful discussions about the material and participate in group
projects and collaborative assignments. This class will include composition, novel reviews, timed writings and thesis state-
ments.
Materials: TBA
Place: Chino Valley Community Church
Instructor: Karen Greek [email protected], 909-235-4649
Physical Science This is a full year high school credit class. 8th graders can take the class for high school science credit as well. Topics covered will include: the atmosphere, oceanography, earthquakes, volcanoes, geology, chemistry and physics. This is a foundational science course that prepares your student for upper level science. It includes laboratory experiments that reinforce topics. We will be doing a science project and presentation in the second semester. (minimum 7 students needed) Textbook/Materials: Science: Matter and Energy Textbook, Lab Book, and Test book from Abeka Publishers Location: Chino Valley Community Church Teacher: Karen Greek 909-235-4649 or webk[email protected]
Leadership/ASB Class
This one year class is an interactive class for high school students. It is the foundation for Western Christian PSP's Associated
Student Body (ASB) program. From service projects to planning and implementing monthly Teen Night events for the entire
student body, students will be learning about the needed character traits for godly leadership and ways to develop these traits
in their lives through hands-on experiences. Applications are required and due by April 18th. Next year's ASB class will have a mandatory parent/student meeting May 16th and several student meetings throughout the summer. Summer dates
will be given at the first meeting in May.
Text: TBA/ MUST have access to email
Fridays CVCC (and various times/locations due to activities)
Tuition: $150 plus $25 enrollment fee
Advisor: Bev Gibbon 909-286-4965 [email protected]
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British Literature
Karen Greek ([email protected])
Class Time: TBA (not on Friday's or at CVCC)
Tuition: $150, plus $25 enrollment fee
This British Literature course consists of the chronological organization of British Literature, which
shows the progression of themes through the various eras of British History, and literature. Within the unit for each pe-
riod, attention is given to all genres - - nonfiction, short stories, plays, novels, and poetry. Students study the classics
from the Anglo-Saxon period to modern works, which have established a place in our culture. Students will writing
essays and poetry as well as completing a time line of each period in history.
COURSE GOALS · to practice the process of analyzing literature · to gain independence in reading, literary analysis, note taking, independent research · to practice and improve composition skills · to think critically and reflectively · to value literature as an imaginative reflection of life · to expand vocabulary Authors and Titles that will be covered, John Donne, George Herbert, John Milton, Shakespeare, Gullivers Travels, Frankenstein, Emma, Great Expectations, The Great Divorce, and The Lord of the Flies
World History with emphasis in Geography This one year course based on Exploring World History by Ray Notgrass (My Father's World) includes an over-view of world history from creation to modern times. The students will also study world geography through map work as it applies on our study of history. In addition to videos and interacting with textbooks, students will participate in class discussions and projects that will enhance their understanding of God's sovereignty throughout history. Materials: Exploring World History, Exploring World History quiz and Exam book; Abeka World Geography Map Studies book
Instructor: Bev Gibbon 909-286-4965 or [email protected]
Fridays: CVCC
Tuition: $150 + $5 materials fee, and $25 enrollment fee
Spanish I This is a full-year, high school level course. We will learn basic conversation, as well as Spanish grammar and usage. We will also be introduced to various Latin American cultures. We work hard, but we have fun! There will be homework every week and a test about every three weeks. This will be a ONCE per week class. Text: BJUP Spanish 1 (2nd edition, but 1st edition will work as well.) Bring: 3-ring binder with 4 tabs AND a pack of white lined 3x5 cards (you will need a single-hole punch to use at home) Place: Chino Valley Community Church Instructor: Rosalinda Centeno (B.A. in Psychology and a multiple subject teaching credential) Email: [email protected] home number is (909)606-8336 Tuition $150 per semester, plus $25 per semester enrollment fee for WCS members
Spanish II This is a full-year high school level course. We will continue where we left off with Spanish I, reviewing the present tense and the preterite before moving on to other tenses. We will also be introduced to Spanish literature. There will be homework every week and a test about every three weeks. As time permits we will include games in our class time to help us review what we've learned. This will be a ONCE per week class. Text: BJUP Spanish 2 (2nd ed.) Bring: 3-ring binder with 4 tabs AND a multi-colored pack of lined 3x5 cards (you will need a single-hole punch to use at home) Place: Chino Valley Community Church Instructor: Rosalinda Centeno (B.A. in Psychology and a multiple subject teaching credential) Email: [email protected] home number is (909)606-8336 Tuition $150 per semester, plus $25 per semester enrollment fee for WCS members
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High School Biology Biology is most exciting (and most truthful) when it is taught and learned in the context of our awesome Creator. His creation certainly reflects the majesty, wisdom, and power of God. Unfortunately, secular science is often taught in such a way as to become a stumbling block to the development of our faith. Science can instead be a stepping-stone to faith ­ the evidence for design is everywhere, especially in Biology! This course is taught with a Creation perspective. We will use the Apologia book, "Exploring Creation with Biology". Topics include the five kingdoms of life, the chemistry of life, cell structure and function, genetics, ecology, evolution (as a theory), as well as plant, animal, and human biology. Each week we will have a one-hour lecture/discussion period (generally using PowerPoint slides), followed by a one-hour lab. Cost: $300/semester, plus enrollment fee Instructor: Matthew H. Sanders, [email protected] or (626) 244-5462 Matthew has a MS in Biology from the Institute for Creation Research. He is currently an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University. Matthew has taught high school chemistry and physics with the EIE home school program in Monrovia, CA. He has also taught at Christbridge Academy in Azusa, CA; AP Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, US History, Government, Economics, and Personal Values/Bible classes. Matthew created and taught a science course for the Upward Bound program at Cal Poly Pomona. see www.mattsanders.info for more information Variety Choir (9th-12th grades) Two semesters 1.5 Hour Class, One day per week Be part of building Western Christian PSP's new choir! We will do music ranging from choral to Christian and pop, full group to quartet, acapellla to instrumental accompaniment. Class will only meet once a week, so at-home rehearsal is a must. Sightreading and instrumental abilities are a plus, but not required. Auditions will be held the first day of class; enrollment will follow acceptance to the choir. Email Michelle at [email protected] to sign up or for more info Dramatic Arts Class (9th-12th grades) Two semesters 1.5 Hour Class, One day per week An introduction to the dramatic arts of music, dance, and dramA. Students will learn an overview of the history of each discipline, be able to identify different styles and techniques, discuss the theory, meaning, and purpose behind storytelling, and participate in the basics of each discipline. The class is a mix of lecture, lab, appreciation, history, application, and critical thinking, geared towards creativity. Grades will be based on active participation, tests, essays, reading, and preparation/execution of presentations (which will require outside homework and collaboration). Students will visit 1-3 shows through the semester (families will be responsible for price of tickets). Possibility of guest artist interview or workshops. Spring semester will be a continuation of the foundation set in the fall, with an emphasis on devising new work. Students will be able to focus on their strengths to put together a final project, to be performed at the end of the semester. Email Michelle at [email protected] to sign up or for more info Meet Michelle: Michelle Croce holds a BA in Music and Theatre from George Fox University and an AA in Performing Arts from Citrus College. In addition to being the director of UpStart at Glendora Friends Church, she's toured throughout the U.S, New Zealand, and Europe as a choir member, soloist, or director of various choirs. She has appeared in several musical theatre productions and as a backup singer on American Idol. Her passion is for performing arts ministry and mentoring young artists. "SIGN IN MOTION" (ASL) This class will be geared towards those who would love to learn sign language with many different categories including music, conversation, games, the pledge and more. All ages will be accepted as this is a non-credit class. This class will also help those who would like to pursue sign language in high school for credit and would like a pre-class get prepared. The students will be learning a multitude of religious signs as well as everyday conversation words using games and activities to reinforce learning in a fun and interactive way. Example of topics covered: Week 1: Basic Signs 101, Discussion of varieties of movements, Fingerspell name/name sign, Pledge of Allegiance, Numbers - 1-30, Religious word list - groups, Learn new song Battleship using religion words Teacher: Kathy Bartling [email protected] (951)809-5284 Cost: $80 per semester No Book Required Supply fee: $15 Length of class: 40 min Intended for grades 5-8 Note: this class is open to WCS members only 22
ALGEBRA I (Grades 8-10) Text: Algebra I , BJU Press (same as prev 4 years) check with me for used available!
student hardback ISBN# 0-57924-325-8 OR student softback ISBN# 1-59166-643-0 teacher's ISBN# 1-57924-326-6 (2 VOLUMES!!)
**a placement exam may be required prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP** THIS CLASS BEING OFFERED IN POMONA AND IN CHINO HILLS, IF DEMAND SUPPORTS. This is a full year, high-school level course. Begins with a very extensive review of basic mathematical terms and rules, working with integers and real numbers. Moves into the vocabulary of Algebra, solving equations and inequalities, relations, functions, and graphs, systems of equations and inequalities. Then covers working with polynomials, and factoring them, dealing with radicals, quadratic equations, rational expressions and equations. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Daily homework to be corrected by parent and/or student. Unit tests will be sent home, to be administered (per instructions) by a parent or homeschooling teacher, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHER'S EDITION REQUIRED-- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to support study during the week. Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm) Day and Time: Tuesday, New Life Community Church OR Friday at CVCC Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected] Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15 CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!! Tuition: $150, plus $25 enrollment fee
CONSUMER MATH (Grades 11-12)
Text: Consumer Math (2nd edition) BJU Press softback ISBN# 1-57924-892-6
(2005 publish date)
teacher's ISBN# 1-57924-893-4
This is a full year, high school level course - a God-centered, Scripturally-based approach to stewardship, and the finan-
cial transactions that are encountered in every-day grown-up real life. Based on the five essential principles for the con-
sumer: 1) plan ahead 2) shop for bargains 3) maintain the value of your belongings 4) know when to borrow, and 5)
keep accurate financial records.
Will cover such things as income and tax deductions, budgeting, personal banking, borrowing money, transportation
costs/investments ( buying and maintaining a car), food costs and budgeting strategies, clothing costs and budgeting
strategies, housing costs and budgeting (including home purchases and maintenance), life and health insurance, income
taxes (including completion of the basic tax forms), and vacation planning. (whew!)
These are BASIC LIFE SKILLS that everyone needs, and few, at this time in their life (or ever) are given adequate in-
struction on! Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Unit tests will be sent
home, to be administered by a parent or instructor, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHER'S EDITION
REQUIRED -- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to support
study during the week (or to learn alongside their student!). Parents or students will correct the daily work.
Math concepts will be basic, but there's quite a bit of it!! -- at least completion of a Pre-Algebra class would be
wise. Ratios, Percentages, basic equation solving, and measurements (including conversions) will be COVERED, but a
basic knowledge would be good . . . This is a great math option for the student who is NOT strong in math skills, but
needs to get the required classes in for graduation, as WELL as being a terrific life-skills course for ANYONE, includ-
ing the mathematically gifted :-) Recommended for students who are seniors, especially before they "head out into the
world".
Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), scientific calculator, others as instructed
Day and Time: Fridays in Chino Valley Community Church -- see page 14
Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected]
Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15
Tuition: $150, plus $25 enrollment fee
CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!!
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ALGEBRA II (Grades 9-12) THIS IS A TWO-DAY-PER-WEEK CLASS!
Text: Algebra 2 (2nd edition)
BJU Press softback ISBN# 1-57924-385-1
(same text as previous 4 yrs)
teacher's ISBN# 1-57924-386-X
**a placement exam must be completed prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP**
This is a full year, high school level course - STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED AT LEAST ALGEBRA I
PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT - I do recommend, for most, that students take Alg 2 the year immediately following Alg 1,
if they are intending to do BOTH classes - Alg 2 content relies HEAVILY on Alg 1 content!!.
This is a presentation of Algebra as an exercise in stewardship of creation, developing thinking skills and Christ-
likeness . . . wow! Chapter 1 dives right into factoring polynomials, binomials, and trinomials, assuming a pretty strong
mastery. Text moves through linear equations and inequalities, linear relations, quadratic equations and functions,
graphing, linear programming, radicals and exponential functions and equations, imaginary and other complex numbers,
rational expressions and equations, trigonometry, and matrix algebra. Students will learn concepts in class, then com-
plete daily assignments at home. Daily homework assignments will be corrected by student or parent. Unit tests will be
sent home, to be administered by a parent or instructor, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHER'S EDI-
TION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to
support study during the week. The subject matter here is complex - TOO complex for a once a week class. It will be
TWO (2) days per week, though there may be a FEW Friday classes that we DON'T hold (due to holiday schedules,
etc).
Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), and a scientific calculator. (graphing calculator NOT neces-
sary)
Day and Time: Tuesdays, at New Life Community Church AND Friday at CVCC, time TBA (BOTH SESSIONS RE-
QUIRED)
Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected]
Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15
Tuition: $225, plus $40 enrollment fee
CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!! (this class may overfill, and have a waiting list)
GOVERNMENT/CIVICS & ECONOMICS
This class will survey the American government system. It includes studying the foundations of our government, the
Constitution, and three branches of our government, Political Parties and civil rights. It will help the student to compre-
hend and analyze the significance of current political events as well as stress the importance of citizen participation in
our system of government.
In economics the course will look at the study of the choices and decisions people make about how to use the world's
resources. It will cover aspects of supply and demand, world economic systems, the American free enterprise system,
prices, market structures, business organizations, the stock market, GDP, taxes, banking and fiscal and monetary policy.
Text: American Government Bob ones University Press 2004, Economics. Bob Jones University Press 2004
Date: Thursdays
Location: The Greek home
Instructor: Ken Greek ([email protected])
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Center For Creative Learning FOR CREDIT Classes 2014 ­ 2015 School Year Chino Valley Community Church ­ FRIDAYS Beginning 9/5/2014
8 ­ 9:15 am ASB Spanish I Physical Science
Gibbon Centeno Greek
9:30 ­ 10:45 am World History Algebra 1 American Literature ASL II 11 am ­ 12:15 pm Spanish II ASL I Algebra II Writing & Grammar II 12:30 ­ 1:45 pm Consumer Math Writing/Grammar I Dramatic Arts 12:30 ­ 2:30 pm Biology 2:00 ­ 3:15 pm British Literature Variety Choir
Gibbon French Greek Bartling Centeno Bartling French Greek French Greek Croce Sanders Greek Croce
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New Life Community Church, Pomona (NLCC) 275 E. Foothill Blvd., Pomona CA (Tuesdays, unless otherwise noted) CLASS DESCRIPTIONS 2014--2015 Enrollment Fee: $25 per semester per class (payable to teacher) THIS IS NOT INCLUDED IN TUITION FEES! Course Fee: varies (payable to individual teacher) How to Enroll: Please call each individual teacher. The enrollment and medical release forms are to be turned in the first day of class, and will be e-mailed to those who are preregistered for the classes. Please note: These classes are designed to be supplemental--to help parents of junior high and high school students. The parents are considered the primary instructors and are responsible to make certain that the work is completed, that grades are turned in to the PSP, and that payments are made to the respective teachers.
PRE-ALGEBRA (Grades 7-9ish)
Text: Pre-Algebra, BJU Press
student hardback ISBN# 0-89084-762-2
same as previous 3 yrs -
OR student softback ISBN# 1-59166-639-2
check with me for used available)
T.E. ISBN#0-89084-791-6 (2 VOLUMES!!)
This is a full year course. Will cover skills required to proceed into High School Algebra, and students completing it will be WELL PRE-
PARED for Algebra 1.
**I get asked often, which math should my Jr Higher be doing?" If your student does a decent job (80% average) on basic mathematics,
especially multiplication & division, and maybe ok on fractions, he/she should take Pre-Algebra. The current "fashionable" trend in educa-
tion these days (public and private) is that students should take Algebra I in 8th grade, which would mean Pre-Alg in 7th. This works for
some, and is (in my opinion) a GRAVE mistake for a lot of others! According to Bob Jones, this is an 8th grade curriculum.
This class is available, as well, to High School students who require additional work on the basics!
Call me if you need to talk about any of this!
Starts right out working with equations, covering properties of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Will move into decimals,
integers, multiples, factors, fractions, equations and inequalities, ratio, proportion, percentages, geometry and graphing. Emphasis through
entire text is on equations and solving them, using all the mathematical concepts introduced. These basic skills would be prerequisite for an
Algebra course. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Daily homework to be corrected by parent
and/or student. Tests will be sent home, to be administered by a parent or homeschooling teacher, and brought back to the next class ses-
sion. TEACHER'S
EDITION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to support study
during the week.
THIS CLASS BEING OFFERED IN POMONA AND IN CHINO HILLS, IF DEMAND SUPPORTS
Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), protractor, compass (call before buying!)
Day and Time: TBA at New Life Community Church, Pomona Tuition: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee
Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678
[email protected] aol.com
Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15
CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!!
ALGEBRA I (Grades 8-10) Text: Algebra I , BJU Press (same as prev 4 years) check with me for used available!
student hardback ISBN# 0-57924-325-8 OR student softback ISBN# 1-59166-643-0 teacher's ISBN# 1-57924-326-6 (2 VOLUMES!!)
**a placement exam may be required prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP** THIS CLASS BEING OFFERED IN POMONA AND IN CHINO HILLS, IF DEMAND SUPPORTS.
This is a full year, high-school level course. Begins with a very extensive review of basic mathematical terms and rules, working with integers and real numbers. Moves into the vocabulary of Algebra, solving equations and inequalities, relations, functions, and graphs, systems of equations and inequalities. Then covers working with polynomials, and factoring them, dealing with radicals, quadratic equations, rational expressions and equations. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Daily homework to be corrected by parent and/or student. Unit tests will be sent home, to be administered (per instructions) by a parent or homeschooling teacher, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHER'S EDITION REQUIRED-- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to support study during the week. Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm) Day and Time: Tuesday, New Life Community Church OR Friday at CVCC Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected] Tuition: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15 CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!
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GEOMETRY (Grades 9-11)
Text: Geometry (3rd Edition) BJU Press
softback ISBN# 1-59166-640-6
2nd edition is acceptable as well, in this case!
teacher's ISBN# 1-59166-346-7 (2 vol)
check with me for used available!
**a placement exam may need to be completed prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP**
This is a full year, high school level course - STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED AT LEAST ALGEBRA I
PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT - I do recommend, for most, that students take Alg 2 the year immediately following Alg 1,
if they are intending to take BOTH classes - Alg 2 content relies HEAVILY on Alg 1 content!!.
This is a presentation of Euclidean geometry, as a model of God's creative energy - and as man's attempt to understand
and explain God's creation. Covers incidence geometry, subsets of lines, planes and space, segments and measurement,
angles and measurement, preparing proofs, congruence, triangles and quadrilaterals, area of two and three dimensional
forms, Circles and the related geometric functions, space and how geometry applies there, volume, transformations and
symmetry. Heavy emphasis on two-column proofs. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assign-
ments at home. Unit tests will be sent home, to be administered by a parent or instructor, and brought back to the next
class session. In addition, a notebook is kept and will be graded. TEACHER'S EDITION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) en-
couraged to accompany students to class, in order to support study during the week.
Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), protractor, compass (call before buying!)
Day and Time: Tuesdays New Life Community Church
Tuition: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee
Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678
[email protected]
Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15
CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!! (this class may overfill, and have a waiting list)
ALGEBRA II (Grades11-12) THIS IS A TWO-DAY-PER-WEEK CLASS!
Text: Algebra 2 (2nd edition)
BJU Press softback ISBN# 1-57924-385-1
(same text as previous 4 yrs)
teacher's ISBN# 1-57924-386-X
**a placement exam must be completed prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP**
This is a full year, high school level course - STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED AT LEAST ALGEBRA I
PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT - I do recommend, for most, that students take Alg 2 the year immediately following Alg 1,
if they are intending to do BOTH classes - Alg 2 content relies HEAVILY on Alg 1 content!!.
This is a presentation of Algebra as an exercise in stewardship of creation, developing thinking skills and Christ-
likeness . . . wow! Chapter 1 dives right into factoring polynomials, binomials, and trinomials, assuming a pretty strong
mastery. Text moves through linear equations and inequalities, linear relations, quadratic equations and functions,
graphing, linear programming, radicals and exponential functions and equations, imaginary and other complex numbers,
rational expressions and equations, trigonometry, and matrix algebra. Students will learn concepts in class, then com-
plete daily assignments at home. Daily homework assignments will be corrected by student or parent. Unit tests will be
sent home, to be administered by a parent or instructor, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHER'S EDI-
TION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to
support study during the week. The subject matter here is complex - TOO complex for a once a week class. It will be
TWO (2) days per week, though there may be a FEW Friday classes that we DON'T hold (due to holiday schedules,
etc).
Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), and a scientific calculator - (graphing calculator NOT neces-
sary)
Day and Time: Tuesdays, at New Life Community Church AND Friday at CVCC, time TBA (BOTH SESSIONS RE-
QUIRED)
Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678
[email protected]
Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15
Tuition: $225 per semester, plus $40 enrollment fee
CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!! (this class may overfill, and have a waiting list)
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Public Speaking 1 and 2: In one semester! Offered spring semester In this one-semester accelerated course, we will learn to express our beliefs and ideas to a variety of audiences. Lessons will include audience analysis, peer critiques, humorous interpretations, persuasive speeches, impromptu speeches, interpretation of current events, and much more. The class will include quizzes and tests and there will be a grading rubric for presentations. I will be using the Bob Jones Materials in conjunction with curricula from Theresa Moon. This class counts for 10 units of elective credits. (that's one full YEAR of credit). Materials: binder, paper, and Sound Speech Student text, available from bjupresshomeschool.com Day/Time: Tuesday Instructor: Amy Miller (626) 290-2704 or [email protected] Fees: $150 plus $25 enrollment fee Jr. High English (recommended grades 7/8) Junior High English covers grammar basics with an emphasis in editing, with the goal of applying those principles to the writing process. We will cover composition using Andrew Pudewa's Teaching Writing: Structure and Style. We will read C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia talking about concepts of literary analysis and elements of writing. Poetry and concepts of literary analysis will also be covered. Cost: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Materials: ringed notebook, novels, and grammar text (to be determined) Teacher: Carol Loumagne 909) 913-3225 or [email protected] World Literature (recommended 9th/10th grade) This course covers the study of composition with Andrew Pudewa's Teaching Writing: Structure and Style, grammar with editing, vocabulary, sentence diagramming, and an introduction to literary analysis through selected reading from classic world literature. Authors whose work we will study include Shakespeare, Dickens, Bunyan, Colson, and Hugo. Poetry and concepts of literary analysis will also be covered. Materials: ringed notebook, novels, and A Beka's Grammar and Composition III Teacher: Carol Loumagne 909) 913-3225 or [email protected] Tuition: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee American Literature (recommended 11th grade) American Literature covers grammar fundamentals with an emphasis in editing and diagramming with the goal of applying those principles to the writing process. Authors include A.W. Tozer, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Booker T. Washington, and Harper Lee. Poetry and concepts of literary analysis will also be covered. Materials: ringed notebook, novels, and A Beka's Workbook for Grammar and Composition V. Teacher: Carol Loumagne 909) 913-3225 or [email protected] Tuition: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee British Literature: (recommended 12th grade) British Literature surveys important English authors including Shakespeare, Austen, Sayers, and Lewis. Grammar, diagramming, editing and writing skills are covered. English Poets, and elements of poetry are also covered. Teacher: Carol Loumagne 909) 913-3225 or [email protected] Tuition: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Materials: ringed notebook, novels, Lesha Myers' Windows to the World student edition, and grammar (to be determined). Bible: Theology and Literature This course is designed to expose the student to a wide variety of writing and thought by the group known as the Inklings (C.S. Lewis, J.R.R Tolkien, Charles Williams, and Dorothy Sayers), as well as the writers who influenced them. Discussion will be the primary method of instruction and thus all students will be expected to participate fully. Students will not only respect the authors they read, they will respect one another by remembering that people are more important and far more interesting than ideas. Also, they will strive to understand the central purpose of each great work they read. They will also evaluate both the content and structure of each work through rigorous analysis. Lastly, through this process we will bring to light our shallow and incorrect beliefs and begin to improve and deepen our ideas about God and His world, with the ultimate purpose of deepening our love. Cost: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Materials: select novels from authors listed above Teacher: Greg Loumagne 909) 379-8457 or [email protected] 29
US History In United States History we will not only be studying the historical events from the pre-colonial era of the US to modern times, we will also be studying the meaning of our nation's history. As Christians we believe we are all on a spiritual journey within time. The Christian historian, therefore, has great hope concerning the journey of man, his own journey in history and the end of time. As believers in Christ we acknowledge that God is active and at work in the world and in history. We also believe it is important for us to examine how and why different events happen, how they are connected to us today, and how they relate to our salvation. In order to really understand history and our place in it, we will pay special attention to the philosophy and theology that go along with that history. In order to explore the root of things that happen, the Christian historian must include philosophy and theology in his study. If he does not, then according to philosopher and historian Joseph Pieper, he is "altogether unable to attain a serious view of the totality of history." Classroom activities will include reading, writing, and discussion as well as time for lecture. Students will be encouraged to not only learn the history of our nation but how it applies to their lives, especially their walk with Jesus. If you are interested and would like to be added to the class list, please email Greg at [email protected] Cost: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Materials: to be determined Modern World History In Modern World History we will not only be studying historical events, we will also be studying the meaning of the world's history. As Christians we believe we are all on a journey to the end of time. The Christian historian therefore, has great hope concerning the journey of man, his own journey in history, and the end of time. As believers in Christ we acknowledge that God is active and at work in the world and in history. We also believe it is important for us to examine how and why different events happen, how they are connected to us today, and how they relate to our salvation. In order to really understand history and our place in it, we will pay special attention to the philosophy and theology that go along with that history. In order to explore the root of things that happen, the Christian historian must include philosophy and theology in his study. If he does not, then according to philosopher and historian Josef Pieper, he "is altogether unable to attain a serious view of the totality of history." Cost: $150 per semester, plus $25 enrollment fee Materials: to be determined Teacher: Greg Loumagne 909) 379-8457 or [email protected] Beginning Guitar Class (Grades 4-12) One Semester: This class includes learning basic music theory, reading notes and rhythms, as well as basic chords. An acoustic guitar (not electric) is required with either nylon or steel strings. Nylon strings tend to be easier on the beginning fingers. Other options for Beginning Guitar include forming a second class at a different time and location, as well as private lessons. Teacher: Peggy Petersen (626) 856-8700 or [email protected] Cost: $150 (plus book fee and, $25 enrollment fee) Time: 11:45 am--1pm PHYSICAL SCIENCE W/LAB (Recommended 9th grade, 8th grade may take for high school credit) In this two-semester course, we will explore volcanoes, weather patterns, geology, beginning chemistry, and beginning physics. We will include biographies of famous scientists in our study. This class fulfills one year of the high school science with lab credit, and we will be doing the labs in class. Throughout the year, students will complete minipresentations that will be given during our class time as well. Materials: ABeka's Science: Matter and Energy, Student Text, Student Test Book, Student Quiz Book, and Student Lab Manual, available at ABeka.com Day/Time: Tuesday 11:45--1 pm Fees: $150 plus $25 enrollment fee Instructor: Amy Miller (626) 290-2704 or [email protected] 30
HIGH SCHOOL SPANISH I
(2 Semester Course)
Grammar and Vocabulary Building
We will cover proper usage of verbs in the Present Indicative, Preterite (Past), and Immediate Future tenses. Also, we
will cover basic sentence structure, weekly vocabulary building, and the use of formulas to promote familiar speaking.
The students will have the opportunities to interact and use learned material. We will spend time in grammar geared to-
ward communication.
Conversation, Pronunciation, and Oral Presentations
We will dedicate part of our class time in one-on-one conversations, oral presentations, and practicing what they are
learning.
Reading, Writing, and Listening -- Comprehension Skills
Work will include daily reading assignments to check pronunciation and writing assignments to check sentence struc-
ture. The students will also experience conversations to promote their listening comprehension skills
Culture
The students will begin an exciting and valuable experience. Learning a new language will open up a culture other than
their own as well as different ways of living, thinking, and functioning.
Requirements: Materials needed for every class
ЎYa Verбs! Gold ­ Level 1 Text (ISBN 0-8384-8554-5)
ЎYa Verбs! Gold ­ Level 1 Workbooks (ISBN 0-8384-8596-6)
Three ring binder
An attitude of learning
Contact Anna San Martin if interested or for more information, phone 626/961-6252 [email protected]
HIGH SCHOOL SPANISH II
(2 Semester Course)
We will review the major language functions, grammatical structure, and vocabulary covered in Level 1.
Grammar and Vocabulary Building
We will review the verbs we have learned and continue with irregular, Stem changing, Reflexive verbs, Imperfect, and
future Tenses. The students will have the opportunity to interact and use learned material.
Conversation and Pronunciation
We will spend time in one on one conversations, oral presentations, cultural projects, and listening skills.
Reading, Writing, and Listening
Daily reading assignments to check pronunciation and writing assignments to check and perfected sentence structure.
Culture
Students will experience Latin/Hispanic culture and literature, as they learn the riches of other cultures. Educational vid-
eos in Spanish will sharpen listening and comprehension skills. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a
field trip where they will experience Spanish culture, taste the country's cuisine, and enjoy Flamenco dance and music.
There, t hey can practice ordering food in Spanish. A cultural project will be part of the final grade.
Requirements: Materials needed for every class
ЎYa Verбs! Gold ­ Level 2 Text (ISBN 0-8384-0881-8)
ЎYa Verбs! Gold ­ Level 2 Workbook (ISBN 0-8384-0905-9) ­ For English speaking students
Three ring binder
An attitude of learning
Contact Anna San Martin if interested or for more information, phone 626/961-6252 [email protected]
Information to Order Books: Go to amazon.com and type the ISBN number, you will find used books a much better prices.
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NEW Science Lap Book Class GEOLOGY (3rd-8th graders) A lap book is a project made from a file folder and small booklets filled with information. This is such a fun, unique way to learn and a great way to get a memorable classroom experience. When: Tuesday mornings, 9:15-10:30 am, STARTING March 17, 2015 Where: New Life Community Church in Pomona Cost: $90 for 8 week class (includes enrollment fee) or $175 for semester Contact Brenda McGilvra to sign up (909) 593-4814 or email [email protected] NEW History Lap Book Class Expansion of America (3rd-8th graders) A lap book is a project made from a file folder and small booklets filled with information. This is such a fun, unique way to learn and a great way to get a memorable classroom experience. When: Tuesday mornings, 10:30-11:45 am, STARTING March 17, 2015 Where: New Life Community Church in Pomona Cost: $90 for 8 week class (includes enrollment fee) or $175 for semester Contact Brenda McGilvra to sign up (909) 593-4814 or email [email protected] 32
Center for Creative Learning FOR CREDIT Classes 2014-2015 School Year New Life Community Church ­ TUESDAYS Beginning 9/9/2014
8 ­ 9:15 am
Course Title Spanish 2 Pre-Algebra US History World Literature
9:15 ­ 10:30 am
Spanish 1 Algebra 2 World History Jr. High English Lap Book
Instructor SanMartin French G Loumagne C Loumagne
Location TBA TBA TBA TBA
SanMartin French G Loumagne C Loumagne McGilvra
TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
10:30 ­ 11:45 am
British Literature
C Loumagne
Geometry
French
Theology & Lit.
G Lougmagne
Lap Book
McGilvra
(Public Speaking will be offered SPRING ONLY)
TBA TBA TBA TBA
11:45 ­ 1:00 pm
Physical Science Algebra 1 Guitar American Literature
Miller French Petersen C Loumagne
TBA TBA TBA TBA
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2014-2015 For Credit Friday School Calendar Western Christian PSP New Life Community Church First Semester Dates Subject to Change Note: Teachers may make other arrangements for the days that we cannot use the church facility. They may also schedule holidays and/or make-up days depending on individual class needs. Please contact your teacher if you have a question. September 9 Credit Classes begin at New Life 16 Credit Classes 23 Credit Classes 30 Credit Classes October 7 Credit Classes 14 Credit Classes 21 Credit Classes 28 Credit Classes November 4 Credit Classes 11 Credit Classes 18 Credit Classes 25 No School--Thanksgiving Holiday December 2 Credit Classes 9 Credit Classes 16 Credit Classes 23 No School--Christmas holiday 30 No School--Christmas Holiday January 6 Credit Classes 13 Credit Classes End of First Semester Note: "Credit Classes" denotes for-credit, year-round classes for junior and senior high students. These classes are offered to students enrolled in the Western Christian PSP. They are offered to assist parents with instruction, assignments, and documentation so that they can demonstrate their students' completion of coursework to warrant granting credit. The parent is considered the primary instructor and is responsible to see that the work is completed and the grades are recorded properly. 34
2014-2015 For Credit Friday School Calendar Western Christian PSP New Life Community Church Second Semester Dates Subject to Change Note: Teachers may make other arrangements for the days that we cannot use the church facility. They may also schedule holidays and/or make-up days depending on individual class needs. Please contact your teacher if you have a question.
January 20 Credit Classes 27 Credit Classes
February 3 Credit Classes 10 Credit Classes 17 Credit Classes 24 Credit Classes
March 3 Credit Classes 10 Credit Classes 17 Credit Classes 24 Credit Classes 31 Credit Classes
April 7 14 21 28
No School--Easter Holiday Credit Classes Credit Classes Credit Classes
May 5 Credit Classes 12 Credit Classes 19 Credit Classes End of Second Semester
Note: "Credit Classes" denotes for-credit, year-round classes for junior and senior high students. These classes are offered to students enrolled in the Western Christian PSP on a limited basis. They are offered to assist parents with instruction, assignments, and documentation so that they can demonstrate their students' completion of coursework to warrant granting credit. The parent is considered the primary instructor and is responsible to see that the work is completed and the grades are recorded properly.
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CLASSES OFFERED AT GLENDORA FRIENDS CHURCH 827 South Lone Hill Avenue, Glendora CA 91740 Center for Creative Learning, 2014--2015 School Year
Enrollment Fee: $25 per semester per class ($40 for two day a week classes) (payable to teacher) THIS IS NOT INCLUDED IN TUITION FEES! Course Fee: varies (payable to individual teacher) How to Enroll: Please call each individual teacher. The enrollment and medical release forms are to be turned in the first day of class, and will be e-mailed to those who are preregistered for the classes.
Please note: These classes are designed to be supplemental--to help parents of junior high and high school students. The parents are considered the primary instructors and are responsible to make certain that the work is completed, that grades are turned in to the PSP, and that payments are made to the respective teachers.
PreCalculus (Grades 11-12)
THIS IS A TWO-DAY-PER-WEEK CLASS!
Text: PreCalculus BJU Press
student softback ISBN# 978-1-59166-986-9
teacher's ISBN# 978-1-57924-654-9
(any edition since 2002 should be fine)
**a placement exam may be required prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP**
This is a full year, high school level course. STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry, with a B or higher. This course is designed to prepare students for calculus and other higher math courses. Statistics and high level approximation methods are founded on calculus, which is why science, engineering, and business majors are usually required to take calculus in college. All students can benefit from the mental discipline and thought processes that are involved in this text. Concepts covered include trigonometry and trigonometric identities, polynomial operations, functions, inverse functions, polynomial, rational and radical equations, logarithms, conic sections, and their equation forms and graphs, complex numbers, matrix algebra, and statistics. There will be a STRONG emphasis on graphing of all types - both rectangular and polar. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Daily homework assignments will be corrected by student or parent. Unit tests will be sent home, to be administered by a parent, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHER'S EDITION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to support study during the week. The subject matter here is complex - TOO complex for a once a week class. It will be TWO (2) days per week, and it will be intense those two days :-D
Cost: $225 per semester, plus $40 enrollment fee, text or materials Materials: 3-ring binder and binder paper, graph paper, ruler, and a scientific calculator (will need a radical sign, logarithm keys and trigonometric functions - sin/cos/tan. Graphing calculator NOT required, but, there will be optional exercises for those who do have them -I recommend the TI84 series (Texas Instruments) Day and Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, Glendora Friends Church 2:45 - 4:00 pm (BOTH SESSIONS REQUIRED) Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected] Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15 CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST AND PREREGISTER!!
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ALSO OFFERED AT GLENDORA FRIENDS:
GEOMETRY (Grades 9-11) Text: Geometry (3rd edition) BJU Press softback ISBN# 1-59166-640-6 2nd edition is acceptable as well, in this case! teacher's ISBN# 1-59166-346-7 (2 vol) check with me for used available!
**a placement exam may need to be completed prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP** This is a full year, high school level course - STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED AT LEAST ALGEBRA I PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT - I do recommend, for most, that students take Alg 2 the year immediately following Alg 1,if they are intending to take BOTH classes - Alg 2 content relies HEAVILY on Alg 1 content!!.
This is a presentation of Euclidean geometry, as a model of Gods creative energy - and as mans attempt to understand and explain Gods creation. Covers incidence geometry, subsets of lines, planes and space, segments and measurement, angles and measurement, preparing proofs, congruence, triangles and quadrilaterals, area of two and three dimensional forms, Circles and the related geometric functions, space and how geometry applies there, volume, transformations and symmetry. Heavy emphasis on two-column proofs. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Unit tests will be sent home, to be administered by a parent or instructor, and brought back to the next class session. In addition, a notebook is kept and will be graded. TEACHERS EDITION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) encouraged to accompany students to class, in order to support study during the week.
Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), protractor, compass (call before buying!)
Day and Time: Thursdays Glendora Friends
Tuition: $150 per semester plus $25 enrollment fee
Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected]
Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15
CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!!
ALGEBRA II (Grades11-12) THIS IS A TWO-DAY-PER-WEEK CLASS! Text: Algebra 2 (2nd edition) BJU Press softback ISBN# 1-57924-385-1 (same text as previous 4 yrs) teacher's ISBN# 1-57924-386-X
**a placement exam must be completed prior to enrollment - call or e-mail ASAP** This is a full year, high school level course - STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED AT LEAST ALGEBRA I PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT - I do recommend, for most, that students take Alg 2 the year immediately following Alg 1,if they are intending to do BOTH classes - Alg 2 content relies HEAVILY on Alg 1 content!!.
This is a presentation of Algebra as an exercise in stewardship of creation, developing thinking skills and Christlikeness. . . wow! Chapter 1 dives right into factoring polynomials, binomials, and trinomials, assuming a pretty strong mastery. Text moves through linear equations and inequalities, linear relations, quadratic equations and functions, graphing, linear programming, radicals and exponential functions and equations, imaginary and other complex numbers, rational expressions and equations, trigonometry, and matrix algebra. Students will learn concepts in class, then complete daily assignments at home. Daily homework assignments will be corrected by student or parent. Unit tests will be sent home, to be administered by a parent or instructor, and brought back to the next class session. TEACHERS EDITION REQUIRED -- Parent(s) welcome and encouraged, but not required, to accompany students to class, in order to support study during the week. The subject matter here is complex - TOO complex for a once a week class. It will beTWO (2) days per week, Materials: 3-ring binder and paper, ruler (inches and cm), and a scientific calculator - (graphing calculator NOT necessary) Day and Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays at Glendora Friends (BOTH SESSIONS REQUIRED) Teacher: Sandi French Call for more info (626) 447-1678 [email protected] Minimum class size: 5 students - Maximum class size: 15 Tuition: $225 per semester plus $40 enrollment fee CALL EARLY TO EXPRESS INTEREST!! (this class may overfill, and have a waiting list)
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CLASSES OFFERED AT Vineyard Church 100 E. Foothill, San Dimas, CA Chemistry: Course description: This course is an introduction to general chemistry. Topics covered include significant figures, units, the mole concept, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, acids and bases, redox reactions, solutions, atomic structures, and the gas laws. This course includes laboratory work both in class and as homework. Pre-requisite: Algebra 1 Recommended for 10th grade or above. Curriculum: Exploring Creation with Chemistry, 2nd Edition (published by Apologia) Location: Foothill Vineyard Church, San Dimas Teacher: Paul Hubbard, B.S. (626) 815-1822, [email protected] Maximum number of students: 16 (class did fill up fast!) Cost: $170 plus textbook plus $25 enrollment fee Day & Time: Thursdays, 6:30--8 pm Physics: Course description: This course is a detailed introduction to general physics. Topics include vector analysis, measurement, one-dimensional and two-dimensional motion, Newton's laws and their application, gravity, work and energy, momentum, waves, Electrical circuits, and magnetism. Labs for this course will all be done as homework. Pre-requisite: Algebra 2 and some introduction to trigonometric functions. Recommended for 11th grade or above Curriculum: Exploring Creation with Physics, 2nd Edition (published by Apologia) Location: Foothill Vineyard Church, San Dimas Teacher: Paul Hubbard, B.S. (626) 815-1822, dazahko @gmail.com Maximum number of students: 16 Cost: $150 plus textbook plus $25 enrollment fee Day & Time: Thursdays, 8-9 pm Basic Introduction to the subject of Astronomy. The course includes the study of: The History of Astronomy from ancient times to the present The Solar System including the Moon, Sun, Planets, Comets and Asteroids The reasons for Tides, the Seasons and Eclipses The "Night Sky" including Stars, Constellations, Nebula, Galaxies and other deep space objects Telescopes and other instruments used in astronomy The course will also include lessons in observational astronomy. There will be 5 field trips throughout the year for observations thru telescopes. These field trips will normally be on Saturday evenings. Pre-requisite: None Recommended for 9th grade and above Text: Smithsonian Universe (DK publisher) ISBN: 978-0-7566-9841-6 Location: Foothill Vineyard Church, San Dimas Teacher: Paul Hubbard, B.S (626) 815-1822, [email protected] Maximum number of students: 8 Cost: $170 per semester plus textbook. and $25 enrollment fee Day & Time: Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm 38
2014--2015 CLASSES OFFERED AT MISC. LOCATIONS
Music Perspectives Please call Carol Loumagne if you are interested in taking this class. There currently are not enough students signed up to take the course but we would like to offer it if there is sufficient interest. 909-913-3225 (Recommended 9-12th grades) This course (10 credits) meets the visual and performing arts requirement for graduation. It emphasizes music reading and listening, elements and forms, instruments of the orchestra, historical periods of music, and select biographies of famous composers. Books required for the course include Appreciating Music (BJU Press), and Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers (BF Books). Materials: soprano recorder, ringed notebook Cost $150 per semester, and $25 enrollment fee, plus materials Carol Loumagne has held a California Teaching Credential since 1978. She taught all four of her children at home from kindergarten through high school. Two of them have graduated from college and are currently teaching. The other two are attending college at present. She has been teaching English classes for Western Christian's PSP since 2003.
High School Photography Course Grades 9th ­ 12th
This fun and creative one year-course incorporates both Basic and Art Photography. Each semester is 16 weeks long, each class is 90 minutes.
Semester 1: students learn basic photographic skills and styles through bi-weekly assignments, field shoots and field trips. They will learn Documentary, Portrait, Commercial, Landscape & Nature photography skills. Students write a research paper on an established photographer, and a Final Exam is given based on class lectures.
Semester 2: this is a lab class where art pieces are created using alternative processes and photo techniques. Photo transfers, sun printing, photo collage, photo lamp and pinhole photography, among other projects are created.
I have been teaching this course for 9 years, and it is always a favorite class for the students; sure to improve their photographic skills!
Contact Sue Basile at (909) 548-2362 to register for this hands-on class.
Mondays from 9:30--11:30 am at my home in Chino: 12565 Strawberry Place.
1st Semester Course Fee: $150.00
2nd Semester Course Fee: $135.00, plus materials
Art Class: Mask Making Grades 2--8 Wednesdays 1:30--2:30pm Class Dates: October 15th & 29th and November 5th & 19th In this 4-week class, students will learn about various masks and their purposes in different cultures. We will begin with a plastic mask that will be painted; introducing the students to 3-dimentional design. The following week we will make a plaster cast of their faces. The last two classes we will take various art media and transform those castings into creatures and animals. When complete, they will have two wonderful masks, full of color and texture, one of which began with their own face! Come and get creative with us!
Class Fee: $60.00, plus a $5.00 materials fee. Class location: 12565 Strawberry Place, Chino, CA 91710 Phone Sue Basile @ (909) 248-8935 to register.
GOVERNMENT/CIVICS & ECONOMICS This class will survey the American government system. It includes studying the foundations of our government, the Constitution, and three branches of our government, political parties and civil rights. It will help the student to comprehend and analyze the significance of current political events as well as stress the importance of citizen participation in our system of government. In economics the course will look at the study of the choices and decisions people make about how to use the world's resources. It will cover aspects of supply and demand, world economic systems, the American free enterprise system, prices, market structures, business organizations, the stock market, GDP, taxes, banking and fiscal and monetary policy. Text: American Government Bob ones University Press 2004, Economics. Bob Jones University Press 2004 Date: Thursdays Location: The Greek home Instructor: Ken Greek ([email protected]) (continued...) 39
Intermediate Guitar/ Leadership in Worship This class is a one-year course designed to focus more heavily on guitar skills and music theory for the first semester. Second semester will expand to the skills and traits of a worship leader. This is a high school level class that builds on information covered and skills practiced weekly, however, late enrolment or junior high students may be permitted through individual interviews with the instructor. Instructor: Brittany Petersen Cell: (626) 756-6284 E-mail: [email protected] Day and Time: TBD (Most likely Monday or Wednesday) Place: TBD Tuition: $55 per month (book/resource fees not included)
Biology: This course is designed to present the concepts of the basic principles that govern life processes with an emphasis
placed on cellular structure and function, metabolism and energy transformation, genetics, as well as other related topics.
Concepts will be presented from a human physiology perspective in order to communicate relevance and aid in study. Labs
are structured to maintain relevance with course subject and aid in mastery of topics.
Instructor: Parkar La Mothe (APU Science Major)
Tuition: $200/semester (Minimum 8 students. Monthly payment plan available)
Lab Fees: TBD
Required Text: Apologia: Exploring Creation With Biology (2nd Edition)
Meeting Time: Wednesday--11:00am-1:00pm (Some lessons may be longer with labs)
Location: Petersen Residence--619 N. Sunset, West Covina
Contact Information: Parkar LaMothe
Peggy Petersen
(760) 552-5560
(626) 201-6076
[email protected]
[email protected]
Theory of Knowledge Course Description: The goal of Theory of Knowledge (TOK) is to challenge students to critically evaluate what they have learned throughout their education. It provides an opportunity for students to reflect on the nature of knowledge. God has revealed the most important truths about Himself and our salvation. While holding firmly then that there is truth, each discipline (history, social sciences, physical sciences, the arts, ethics and mathematics) is evaluated in terms of its methodology and limitations and in terms of the truth claims which these disciplines make. Each individual needs to be prepared to give an answer for their hope in Christ (1 Peter 3:15) and perhaps for our academic beliefs as well. TOK equips students to articulate what they believe and why they believe it. For 11th and 12th graders, the yearlong curriculum systematically evaluates the different ways of knowing, such as: perception, reason, logic, language, faith, memory, imagination and intuition.
Assignments will include weekly readings from the text and written responses as well as occasional Research Projects, a formal essay once a month, and a formal presentation each semester.
Instructor: Bill Bosanko ( [email protected] 909-631-1634) Location: The Bosanko residence, 15284 Laguna Ct. in Chino Hills. Day and Time: Mondays from 4:00 to 5:30 pm Text: Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma by Cambridge University Press (ISBN-13: 9781107669963)
Cost: $150 per semester plus $25
Bill Bosanko has been teaching for 25 years, the last 15 at Walnut High School. Throughout his career he has taught science, literature, U.S. and world history, AP and IB economics, IB Psychology, and IB Theory of Knowledge. In 2011- 2012 he was selected as WHS teacher of the year and has three times been elected by students as most inspirational teacher. He holds a bachelor's degree in social science and in Bible and a master's degree in history as well as teaching credentials in social science, English, and a multiple subjects credential. A father of four home schoolers, Bill has resided in Chino Hills for 14 years where he attends Chino Valley Community Church. At CVCC he has served on the elder and deacon board, and is currently a teacher for an adult Sunday school class, and sits on the teaching team which offers advice and direction for sermons and sermon topics.
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Mask Making
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Sue Basile
1:30--2:30 pm
Theory of Knowledge T
Bill Bosanko
CHINO HILLS: 15284 Laguna Ct.
4:30--6 pm
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YEAR AT A GLANCE 2014--2015
SEPTEMBER 10, 24 PARK DAYS 16, 23, 30 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho) 16, 30 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina) 9, 16, 23, 30 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona) 9,11,16,18,23,25,30 T/TH CREDIT MATH CLASSES (Glendora) 12, 19, 26 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills) 5, 12, 19, 26 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills) 2 Back to School Night 17 L.A. County Fair 20 Welcome Brunch 25 Long Beach Aquarium
OCTOBER
8, 22 PARK DAYS
7, 14, 21, 28 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho)
14, 28 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina)
7, 14, 21, 28 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona)
2,7,9,14,16,21,23,28,20
T/TH CREDIT MATH
CLASSES (Glendora)
3,10,17,24,31 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills)
3,10,17,24,31 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino
Hills)
2 Lifetales ­ Lewis & Clark
13 Safari Zoo Park ­ Escondido
18 - 19 Cal Poly Pumpkin Festival
20 Parent Meeting
30 Brass Rubbing
NOVEMBER
12, PARK DAY
4, 11, 18 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho)
11, 25 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina)
4, 11, 18 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona)
4,6,11,13,18,20
T/TH CREDIT MATH CLASSES
(Glendora)
7, 14, 21 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills)
7, 14, 21 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills)
6 Riley's Farm ­ Civil War
13 San Juan Capo Mission & Metrolink
19 Pilgrim Feast
Operation Christmas Child
DECEMBER NO PARK DAYS NO TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho) NO TUES. SCHOOL (Covina) 2, 9, 16 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona) 2,4,9,11,16,18 T/TH CREDIT MATH CLASSES (Glendora) 12 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills) 5, 12 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills) 4 Disney Y.E.S. programs
JANUARY
14, 28 PARK DAYS
6, 13, 20, 27 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho)
13, 27 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina)
6, 13, 20, 27 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona)
6,8,13,15,20,22,27,29
T/TH CREDIT MATH
CLASSES (Glendora)
9, 16, 23, 30 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills)
9, 16, 23, 30 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills)
19 Parent Meeting
Medieval Times
Norton Simon Museum
FEBRUARY 11, 25 PARK DAYS 3, 10, 17, 24 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho) 10, 24 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina) 3, 10, 17, 24 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona) 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,2 T/TH CREDIT MATH CLASSES (Glendora) 6, 13, 20, 27 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills) 6, 13, 20, 27 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills) 5 Lifetales - Benjamin Franklin 12 Valentine Bowling 16 Parent Meeting 21-22 Riverside Dicken's Festival
MARCH
11, 25 PARK DAY
3,10,17,24,31 TUES. SCH. (Rancho)
10, 24 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina)
3, 10, 17, 24, 31 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES
(Pomona)
3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26,3
T/TH CREDIT MATH
CLASSES (Glendora)
6, 13, 20, 27 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills)
6, 13, 20, 27 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills)
16 Parent Meeting
Legoland
Cabrillo Aquarium
APRIL
15, 29 PARK DAYS
14, 21, 28 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho)
14, 28 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina)
14, 21, 28 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona)
2,14,16,21,23,28,30
T/TH CREDIT MATH
CLASSES (Glendora)
17, 24 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills)
3, 17, 24 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills)
7 - 9 Terra Nova 3 Testing
9 Roller Skating Party
23 Lifetales ­ Florence Nightingale
20 Parent Meeting
MAY
13, 27 PARK DAYS
5,12,19,26 TUES. SCHOOL (Rancho)
12, 26 TUES. SCHOOL (Covina)
5, 12, 19 TUES. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Pomona)
5,7,12,14,19,21
T/TH CREDIT MATH CLASSES
(Glendora)
1,8,15,22,29 FRI. SCHOOL (Chino Hills)
1,8,15,22,29 FRI. CCL CREDIT CLASSES (Chino Hills)
18 Parent Meeting
Sea World
Midway
Dodgers Stadium Tour
JUNE 10 LAST PARK DAY 8 Promotion/ Graduation Night Knott's Berry Farm
JULY
AUGUST
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