Enrichment Classes – Fall, 2017

Enrichment classes fall term will run from Monday, September 25th to Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 with NO classes during the week of Thanksgiving, Nov. 20-24.

Online enrollment for DCS Enrichment Classes is now open until 4:00 pm on Monday, September 11. Lebanon families do not need to enroll online as we have your information. Any other families who might wish to take Bricks4Kids, Music, Art, or CrossFit classes in Lebanon should contact us directly at info@dallascommunityschool.org

Click Here for the list of Fall, 2017 Enrichment Classes in Lebanon

For more information on DCS Enrichment Classes and how to enroll, please see our Enrichment Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page. For any other questions about Enrichment Classes you can write to info@dallascommunityschool.org or call 503-420-4360.

All classes listed as @NC or “Off-site at our North Campus Building” will be located at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

**Please note: all physical activity classes (yoga, martial arts, fencing, YMCA, crossfit, swimming, etc.) help meet the state requirement of 150 minutes of PE per week. 

Click Here for the list of Fall, 2017 Enrichment Classes in Lebanon

All DCS Enrichment Classes are located at our DCS building at 788 SW Birch St., Dallas, OR, unless otherwise noted.

Mondays

 

Yoga: Chantal Barton – Monday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades K-3) – Materials fee $10 – Maximum Number of Participants = 12

This fall program is filled with imagination, Yoga, journaling, coloring and sharing time. This series is committed to creating a space where kids can find creativity, strength and love within themselves so that they can grow their own voice and understand how different feelings affect their bodies. In addition to cognitive/emotional growth, the imaginative yoga flows (a journey through the jungle or life as an octopus) and fun group games aid in stimulating the imagination and building coordination/body awareness in a positive fashion. For more information on Kids Yoga, go to https://chantalbartonyoga.com/kids-yoga/

Clay and Ceramics: Karen Mahoney – Monday,12:30-1:30 (Grades 6-8) Materials fee of $10 – Max. 12

This class will encourage children to consider connections between the different roles the clay and ceramics play in our lives and throughout the world. They will create various projects that support their creativity, knowledge of skills, and support the theme that is being discussed in the class. Clay skills will be developed throughout the class, focusing on attaching coils, sculpting shapes, creating imagery through texture, and working with flat slabs. Helps meet state standards for visual arts for these grades.

 

School Newspaper: Heidi Lathrem – Monday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 4-8) – Max. 15 (Offsite at North Campus)

Budding writers, photographers, and investigative reporters, this one’s for you! Using (and developing) our interviewing, writing and photography skills, we will be using Chromebooks, iPads, Google Apps and Google Sites to collaborate on a Student School Newspaper / Blog for our DCS families. Helps meet state standards for language arts & literacy for all grades. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

Yoga: Chantal Barton – Monday, 1:45-2:45 ( Grades 4-8) – Materials fee of $10 – Max. 12 (Offsite at North Campus)

This fall program is centered around a physical yoga practice, moving through a fun and stimulating flow that helps build body awareness and mental focus. Mixed in with the physical movement is time to draw, write and share. In addition to the creative time and yoga flow, other tools (breathing techniques, cognitive games and group yoga games) are used to help the kids learn and understand how to work with their big emotions and reactions that surprise us in life. For more information on Kids Yoga, go to https://chantalbartonyoga.com/kids-yoga/  OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

 ASL (American Sign Language): Erin Maue – Monday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 1-4) – Max. 15

Learn to sign the alphabet and several useful signs for words and phrases to communicate with deaf and hard-of-hearing members of our community (or with babies, or use it as a secret language with your friends)!

Agricultural Science: Heidi Lathrem – Monday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 4-8) – Materials fee of $5 – Max. 20

Where does food come from? In this course, students will learn about stewardship of the natural world as well as farm practices and various agricultural topics with an emphasis on seasonal products and animal care. Learn biology, anatomy, ecology, economics, math, and principles of scientific investigation through a whole bunch of fun hands-on activities, guest speakers, and live animals. Helps meet state standards for life science, math and social studies for various grades.

Agricultural Science: Heidi Lathrem – Monday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades K-3) – Materials fee of $5 – Max. 20

Where does food come from? In this course, students will learn about stewardship of the natural world as well as farm practices and various agricultural topics with an emphasis on seasonal products and animal care. Learn biology, anatomy, ecology, economics, math, and principles of scientific investigation through a whole bunch of fun hands-on activities, guest speakers, and live animals. Helps meet state standards for life science, math and social studies for various grades.

ASL (American Sign Language): Erin Maue – Monday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 4-8) – Max. 15

Learn to sign the alphabet and several useful signs for words and phrases to communicate with deaf and hard-of-hearing members of our community (or with babies, or use it as a secret language with your friends)!

OFFSITE IN SALEM: YMCA (downtown) PE / Recess Class – 1:30-2:30 pm (Grades 1-8) Registration fee of $10 per term (will also be offered at the same time in winter and spring terms) – Max. 30

A super-fun class to learn about many different types of exercise, from crossfit to running, stationary cycling to dance, gymnastics to obstacle courses using all the various YMCA facilities to develop lots of new skills and keep exercise interesting.

OFFSITE IN DALLAS: Kicks for Kids Martial Arts – both Mondays AND Wednesdays (students will attend twice per week) 3:00-4:00 pm (Grades 1-8) (will also be offered at the same time winter and spring terms) – Max. 20 – Located at: Parkside Self Defense, 145 SW Mill Street in downtown Dallas (across from the Post Office)

Kicks for Kids™ is a martial arts program for children ages 6 through 12. Students in Kicks for Kids™ learn Taekwondo, Karate and self-defense techniques. Students have a great time while improving their fitness and gaining traits to benefit them throughout life. Aside from fitness, discipline and self-confidence, students learn the five tenets of Taekwondo. Students will attend this class twice per week, on both Mondays AND Wednesdays.

Tuesdays

 Continuing/Advanced IEW (Introduction to Excellence in Writing): Linda Connolly – Tuesday,12:30-1:30 (Grades 4-8) Materials fee of $180 per year ($60 per term) (year-long class) – Max. 12 (Offsite at North Campus)

This class is for students who have completed Beginning IEW, however, confident 7th and 8th grade writers may enroll even if they have not completed Beginning IEW. This course will reinforce what was learned in Beginning IEW with plenty of writing practice. Students will also learn new models and techniques to bring their writing to the next level. This will be a fun, interactive, year-long class and will prepare students for Middle School and High School level writing projects. Helps meet state standards for language arts for these grade levels. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

Bricks 4 Kidz (LEGO®): Kat and Chris Lugo – Tuesday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 1-8) Materials fee of $10 – Max. 30 (TWO Six-week sessions – one from Sept. 26-Oct. 31 and the second from Nov. 7-Dec. 19) – please select either one or both sessions.

Students will use LEGO® Bricks, axles, pulleys, gears, motors and more to build a variety of models. Bricks 4 Kidz will explore engineering and architectural principles, math and science concepts and will engage in STEM activities. Helps meet science and math standards for various grade levels.

Junior Choir / Music: Laura Dotson – Tuesday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 1-3) – Max. 20

With a focus on the joy of music and group singing, students will learn to sing seasonal and folk songs and prepare performances through fun, interactive music sessions with lots of movement and games. We will be building a positive foundation for a love of music, building confidence, and exploring the world through music and song.

 

 

Federal Government: Linda Connolly – Tuesday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 4-8) – Max. 15 (Offsite at North Campus)

This highly interactive class will cover the history and structure of the U.S. Federal Government, how our government differs from other types of governments, and the role of the constitution. Students will be researching and writing about some aspect of the Federal Government which interests them. Helps meet state social studies (civics / government) requirements for these grade levels. This class will be followed by a class on State and Local Government in Winter Term (with a field trip to the Oregon State Capitol Building to see the Legislature in action in February). OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

Ancient Egypt: Heidi Lathrem – Tuesday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 3-6) – Materials fee of $5 – Max. 20

We will be exploring the civilization of Ancient Egypt with a focus on technology, art and innovation through crafts and projects (like pyramid design and building, making our personal cartouches, wrapping mummies, painting with henna, and making perfume cones). Step back in time and learn about ancient building techniques, what it was like to live in the desert (and how their climate and geography affected their culture), writing with hieroglyphs, and how they viewed the afterlife. Helps to meet state standards for language arts, visual arts and ancient cultures for upper elementary grades.

STEM Skills Through Art: Jo Dhooghe – Tuesday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 1-8) + 3:00-4:00 for grades 5-8 (so grades 5-8 have a two hour class with a 15 minute break) – Materials fee of $15 – Max. 12

Don’t tell the kids, but while they’re having fun doing cool art projects, they’ll learn about math (lines, perspective, geometry, symmetry, ratio, the golden mean, and more) and science (the physics of light and shadow, color, how they eye perceives things, pigment, the chemistry of art media like paint, crayons, pastels and pencils, and more). All art supplies provided (thus the materials fee) but each student must have an art apron or old button down shirt to protect their clothing during art projects. PLEASE NOTE: Grades 1-4 will only have one hour of class, but we will continue with the 5th through 8th grade students until 4:00, as we will just be getting into some of their more complex projects and would like to allow them to do more in-depth artworks, as well as delving into more complex scientific and mathematical concepts! Helps meet state standards for math, science and visual arts for various grades.

Offsite in DallasHigh Intensity Interval Training @ Iron Jungle: Lisa Preston – Tuesday / Thursday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 2-5) Max. 12
Location: Iron Jungle, 101 SW Court St., Dallas, OR

Students will experience functional fitness classes based on their own strength and fitness levels. They will be challenged to learn safety in agility, strength and functional movement skills. These skills will help them grow in physical and mental health throughout their lives.

Speech (Writing and Delivery): Heidi Lathrem – Tuesday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 4-8) – Max. 15 (Offsite at North Campus)

Students will prepare and present speeches and make presentations in front of groups of their peers. Using their imaginations and research skills, they will write and present an informational speech, a pitch or “advertisement”, an electoral speech, a how-to demonstration, and a group presentation, time and class size permitting. Helps meet state language arts and speaking and listening standards for these grades. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

 Nutrition & Fun Snack Making: Chris Scadden – Tuesday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 1-5) – Materials Fee of $10 – Max. 10

Learn to “cook” without cooking! Making fun snacks, appetizers, drinks and cold-lunch items, we’ll also learn about nutrition, food groups and food chemistry. We will also visit at least one local restaurant to learn about how the pros fix healthy foods. Your family will benefit from these new skills! Helps meet state standards for math and science for these grades.

STEM Skills Through Art: Jo Dotson – Tuesday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 5-8) – CONTINUING (Second hour) only for students in 5-8 (who must also attend the first hour)

See above description. This hour will actually be a continuation of our two-hour class from 1:45 to 4:00 with a 15 minute break in the middle. Students in grades 1-4 will only join for the first hour (1:45-2:45). Only students in grades 5-8 will continue from 3:00 to 4:00 in order to continue to work on their more complex and skilled art projects.

Offsite in DallasHigh Intensity Interval Training @ Iron Jungle: Lisa Preston – Tuesday /Thursday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 6-8) (will also be offered at the same times winter and spring terms)
Location: Iron Jungle, 101 SW Court St., Dallas, OR – Max. 12

Students will experience functional fitness classes based on their own strength and fitness levels. They will be challenged to learn safety in agility, strength and functional movement skills. These skills will help them grow in physical and mental health throughout their lives.

 

 

Wednesdays

Beginning IEW (Institute for Excellence in Writing): Linda Connolly – Wednesday,12:30-1:30 (Grades 4-8) Materials fee of $180 per year ($60 per term) – Year-long class – Max. 15 (Offsite at North Campus)

Students will develop their informational writing skills as they write on a variety of enjoyable functional and non-fiction topics. Perfect course to start with for the new or reluctant writer. This course is very interactive and strives to make writing fun. The instructor will correct/edit all work and give detailed feedback on each assignment. Helps meet language arts requirements for all grade levels. This is a year-long class and students have to enroll in the fall term. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

 

Art Exploration: Sharon Butler – Wednesday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 4-8) Materials fee of $10 – Max. 15

Exploring different media and art techniques, this class is all about fostering a joy of art and creativity while also developing art skills. We will use art from different artists and children’s illustrators as inspiration for some of our works, and use our imagination for others! Helps meet state standards for visual arts for these grade levels.

Awesome Book Club: DCS Staff – Wednesday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 1-4) – Max 24

We will be reading high-level picture books, graphic novels, non-fiction books, and excerpts from amazing chapter books, having interesting discussions using higher-order thinking skills, doing author and illustrator studies, having video chats with authors and illustrators, making book recommendations to each other, making video book recommendations to post on our website and share out, and basically just loving sharing books together! Be prepared to have piles of books coming home from the library every week – these kids will be so excited about books that they will not be able to stop reading! Helps meet state standards for language arts for these grades.

Adventure Book Group: Charlotte Taylor – Wednesday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 5-8) – Max. 24 (Offsite at North Campus)

Using the thrilling survival novels “Hatchet” and “Brian’s Winter” by amazing adventure writer Gary Paulson, students will develop vocabulary, reading comprehension, writing, research and presentation skills through activities like creating graphic organizers, watching related videos, researching the setting and survival skills in the books, a visit / workshop from a wilderness survival specialist, and various group discussions and presentations. We will be discussing the writing, plot, and issues in each novel, covering many English and Literature standards and benchmarks using these high-interest books. Helps meet state standards for language arts for these grade levels. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

 

Art Exploration: Sharon Butler – Wednesday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades K-3) Materials fee of $10 – Max. 15

Exploring different media and art techniques, this class is all about fostering a joy of art and creativity while also developing art skills. We will use art from different artists and children’s illustrators as inspiration for some of our works, and use our imagination for others! Helps meet state standards for visual arts for these grade levels.

Journaling & Bookmaking: Lyn Graybeal – Wednesday, 1:40-2:50 (Grades 4-8) Materials fee of $10 – Max. 8

Learn how to do paper marbling to make a marbled-paper book cover, bind your book with a hand-sewn binding, and learn some decorative lettering (calligraphy). Besides the hands-on crafts of bookmaking and lettering, students will be doing some journaling activities using different prompts and creative techniques (collage, mind-mapping, free-writing, sketching, etc.) to encourage them to begin or enhance their personal journals. We will also be making some decorative holiday cards in December, and going on a field trip to a book-binder and to see some historic journals in two archives in Salem later in the term. Helps meet state standards for visual arts and language arts for these grades.

Make Your Own Comic Book(s): Lyn Graybeal – Wednesday,  3:00-4:00 (Grades 1-3) Materials fee of $10 – Max. 8

Learn how to make a book cover, bind your book with a hand-sewn binding, and start writing and drawing comics with stylized lettering. Great for fine-motor skills, drawing, sketching, and creative writing. We will also be making some decorative holiday cards in December, and going on a field trip to a book-binder and historic archives in Salem later in the term. Helps meet state standards for language arts and visual arts for these grade levels.

Financial Whiz Kids (Personal Money Management): Charlotte Taylor – Wednesday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 4-8) – Materials fee of $10 – Max. 24

Using Beth Koblinger’s book “Make Your Kid a Money Genius”, we will work on financial skills for kids. We will read, discuss, research, and play games about earning, saving, investing, spending and donating money. Mostly for personal “enrichment” (get it?), we will also work on research, writing, math, economics, and presentation skills. Made even more interesting by visits from guest speakers like bankers and investment specialists and a field trip to a local bank. Helps meet state standards for math and economics for these grades. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes)

OFFSITE IN DALLASHip Hop Dance Lessons: Michael Rentz – Wednesdays 1:45 to 2:45  (Grades 4-8). Located at Dallas Ballet and Academy of Dance, 139 SW Mill Street, Dallas, OR

Hip-Hop dance is rather new when compared to other genres of dance, and is a combination of African, vaudeville, Jazz and other influences that is best expressed in today’s urban music culture. Kids love this dance style and it’s great for developing rhythm, body control and synchronization. Helps meet state standards for performing arts.

OFFSITE IN SALEMYoung at Art: Mahssa Hashemi – Wednesdays 1:15 to 2:00 (Grades K-8) Materials fee of $10. Mas. 30. Located at Young at Art, 1255 Broadway St. NE, Suite 190, Salem, OR

Students will learn about a famous artist, art movement and paintings associated with the artist in each class. They will paint on an 8″x10″ canvas. The instructor will guide students in a step-by-step painting that is related to the artist. All materials provided. This class helps meet state standards for visual arts and history.

OFFSITE IN DALLAS – Kicks for Kids Martial Arts – Mondays AND Wednesdays 3:00 to 4:00 (SAME STUDENTS ON BOTH DAYS – see Monday listing for course description)
OFFSITE IN SALEM Yoga: Chantal Barton – Wednesday, 12:00 to 1:00 (Grades 3-8) Materials fee of $10. Located at 388 State St. #705, Salem, OR – Max. 10

This fall program is centered around a physical yoga practice, moving through a fun and stimulating flow that helps build body awareness and mental focus. Mixed in with the physical movement is time to draw, write and share. In addition to the creative time and yoga flow, other tools (breathing techniques, cognitive games and group yoga games) are used to help the kids learn and understand how to work with their big emotions and reactions that surprise us in life. For more information on Kids Yoga, go to https://chantalbartonyoga.com/kids-yoga/

Thursdays

First Lego League Team (FLL) – Lego Robotics: Steve Milligan – Thursday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 4-8) Registration fee of $10 – YEAR-LONG CLASS – Max. 10

This is an amazing, year-long team activity culminating in a competition at the end of the year. Students must commit to participating for the full year. Helps meet state standards for language arts, performing arts, math and science for these grade levels.

FIRST LEGO League* is a fun, creative, skill-building experience for kids that helps them learn the value of teamwork, respect for others, and discovering their own strengths. As a participant, your child will:

  • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology
  • Research challenges facing today’s scientists
  • Apply real-world math and science concepts
  • Learn critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills
  • Participate in tournaments and celebrations
Choir / Music: Laura Dotson – Thursday, 12:30-1:30 (Grades 4-8) – Registration fee of $10 – Max. 25 (Offsite at North Campus)

Students will learn to sing and play the recorder in these fun, interactive music sessions. OFF SITE at our “North Campus” building in downtown Dallas (where we will be holding Middle School Morning Classes) at 140 SW Clay St, Dallas, OR

Clay and Ceramics: Karen Mahoney – Thursday,12:30-1:30 (Grades K-3) Materials fee of $15 – Max. 15

This class will encourage children to consider connections between the different roles that clay and ceramics play in our lives and throughout the world. They will create various projects that support their creativity, knowledge of skills, and support the theme or concept that is being discussed in the class. Clay skills will be developed throughout the class, focusing on attaching coils, sculpting shapes, creating imagery through texture, and working with flat slabs. Helps meet state standards for visual arts for these grades.

Clay and Ceramics: Karen Mahoney – Thursday,1:45-2:45 (Grades 3-5) – Materials fee of $15

This class will encourage children to consider connections between the different roles that clay and ceramics play in our lives and throughout the world. They will create various projects that support their creativity, knowledge of skills, and support the theme or concept that is being discussed in the class. Clay skills will be developed throughout the class, focusing on attaching coils, sculpting shapes, creating imagery through texture, and working with flat slabs. Helps meet state standards for visual arts for these grades.

Beginning Computer Coding: Steve Milligan – (FIRST FIVE WEEKS OF TERM ONLY, September 28-October 26) Thursday, 1:45-2:45 (1-5) – Max. 12

Using Code.org, Scratch and other beginning coding tools, apps and sites, students will gain an initial understanding of (and hopefully a continuing interest in) programming. They will learn to collaborate, develop problem-solving skills, persist through difficult tasks. They will learn programming concepts, computational thinking, and digital citizenship while developing interactive games and stories they can share.

Audubon Society Wildlife Programs (SECOND SIX WEEKS OF TERM ONLY, November 2-December 14) – Thursday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 1-5) – Max. 20

A series of six one-hour programs on wildlife topics presented by trainers from the Salem Audubon Society on Owls, Sea Otters, Bats, Birds, and Beavers. Great for deepening knowledge of and expanding interest in biology, ecology, zoology, ecosystems, and conservation. We are also planning a field trip to at least one bird refuge and forest for some habitat exploration and bird identification and photography. Helps meet state standards for life sciences for these grade levels.

Offsite in DallasHigh Intensity Interval Training @ Iron Jungle: Lisa Preston – Tuesday / Thursday, 1:45-2:45 (Grades 2-5) Max. 12
Location: Iron Jungle, 101 SW Court St., Dallas, OR

Students will experience functional fitness classes based on their own strength and fitness levels. They will be challenged to learn safety in agility, strength and functional movement skills. These skills will help them grow in physical and mental health throughout their lives.

Crazy 8s Math Club: Teresa Crossley – Thursday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades K-2) Max. 16 students

Fun, game-based learning for kids at all skill levels! We’re nothing like your usual math club. With Crazy 8s, kids will build glow-in-the-dark structures, crack secret spy codes and play games like Toilet Paper Olympics. Fun AND (shhhh) learning! Helps meet state standards for mathematics for these grades.

Crazy 8s Math Club: Lori Jones – Thursday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 3-5) Max. 16 students

Fun, game-based learning for kids at all skill levels! We’re nothing like your usual math club. With Crazy 8s kids will build glow-in-the-dark structures, crack secret spy codes and play games like Toilet Paper Olympics. Fun AND (shhh) learning! Helps meet state standards for mathematics for these grades.

 

Offsite in DallasHigh Intensity Interval Training @ Iron Jungle: Lisa Preston – Tuesday /Thursday, 3:00-4:00 (Grades 6-8) Max. 12
Location: Iron Jungle, 101 SW Court St., Dallas, OR

Students will experience functional fitness classes based on their own strength and fitness levels. They will be challenged to learn safety in agility, strength and functional movement skills. These skills will help them grow in physical and mental health throughout their lives.

Offsite in DallasSwimming Lessons @ Dallas Aquatic Center – Beginners Swim Lessons on Thursday, 3:00-3:30 (30 minutes) (Grades 1-6) Max. 12  & Intermediate Swim Lessons on Thursday, 3:30-4:00 (30 minutes) (grades 2-8) Max. 12 – Location: Dallas Aquatic Center, 1005 SE Lacreole Dr, Dallas, OR

We are excited to be able to offer swim lessons through the Dallas Aquatic Center this term! If demand is high enough, we could also add one or two additional lessons at 4:00 and 4:30 (levels according to demand / request). In these lessons, more beginning swimmers have their lesson from 3:00 to 3:30 and more intermediate swimmers from 3:30 to 4:00. PARENTS MUST REMAIN ON SITE WITH CHILDREN. 

Fridays

OFFSITE IN SALEM: Young Musicians Piano Class: Susan Wiley – Fridays, 1:00 to 2:00 (1-3)
Location: Salem Music Discovery Center (315 Mission St. SE, Suite #103, Salem) – Registration fee of $10 – Max. 10

An exciting, comprehensive music program for students in 1st through 3rd grade, designed to help students discover the world of music through keyboard instruction. Activities include singing, ear training, rhythm instrument activities, keyboard playing, composing and moving to music. Parent participation required. Piano recital in June. Helps meet state standards for music and performing arts for these grades.

OFFSITE IN SALEM: Keyboard Prep Piano Class: Susan Wiley – Fridays, 2:00-3:00 (4-6)
Location: Salem Music Discovery Center (315 Mission St. SE, Suite #103, Salem) – Registration fee of $10 – Max. 10

An exciting, comprehensive music program for students in 4th-6th grade, designed to help students discover the world of music through keyboard instruction. Activities include singing, ear training, rhythm instrument activities, keyboard playing, composing and moving to music. Parent participation required. Piano recital in June. Helps meet state standards for music and performing arts for these grades.

Click Here for the list of Fall, 2017 Enrichment Classes in Lebanon