*Only families preregistered may attend with Raw Learning. Registration for Spring Trimester field trips will be available in March.
IMPORTANT: Please text, email or call Gleamer and let her know if you are going to be late or absent. Her contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org and 540.292.3002
Taj of India(Harrisonburg)
Location:34 S Main St, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Parking: Free Parking is available at the Water Street Parking Deck. Thismapof Harrisonburg Downtown Parking may be helpful.
Field Trip Begins: 9:30 am
Field Trip Ends: 12:00 pm
Tangles Day Spa(Harrisonburg)
Please make appointments to have hair-cuts, nail treatments, or facials done by calling (540) 432-5544
Location: 2040 Deyerle Ave #110, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Field Trip Begins: 12:30 pm
Field Trip Ends: 2:30 pm
CLASSES--Week of February 20, 2017
Makers!: The Mini-Windmill Challenge: How much power does your windmill have?
Board Games: We will play Guesstures! Other optional games include Rummikub and Scattergories, as time and interest allow.
School Dance Committee: Students will discuss the adults’ role at the dance and any fees for them. Strategize to hang up remaining flyers and sell tickets. Also, will there be a dress code?
Gymnastics: Work on new and higher-level skills with Jardai.
Dog Behavior and Training: Perform physical exams and help dogs become more comfortable with handling. Also make environment enrichment toys for dogs at the SVASC.
Sing and Play with Instruments: Fluting around - woodwind instruments - enjoy a short "concert" of flute, clarinet, and maybe some surprises!
Roblox: Test game and add elements
Minecraft: Removed & Unused Features: The class will learn about things that were removed and leftover pieces of data.
Outdoor Winter Survival: Gather at shelter, build fire, talk about water purification/finding water and trail marking. Split into groups and mark trails and challenge the other group to follow markings.
Spanish: We will start by celebrating with the piñata we made the previous week and then learn about Día de Los Muertos and start rehearsing a script about the holiday to be performed March 16.
Clay Sculpting and Pottery: Working with real clay. Make wall pockets.
Cupboard Cooking Challenge: What will students choose?
Mammalian Dissection and Anatomy: Rat, mink, pig and sheep kidneys; human model
Sewing Simply: Aprons! II (Must have participated in Aprons! I to participate this week)
Embellish your apron
Add a pocket and trims
Winter Soups and Stews: Turn up the heat. It's getting a bit "chili."
How to Craft Animals: Paper cutting - snow flakes, cut our letters, waves for ocean/freshwater habitats
Bubbling Beverages – Fun with Soda Pop: Licorice and Coconut Sodas