Sunday, August 13, 2017

PATRIOT DAY ART/ESSAY CONTEST (K-8th Grade) - Entries Due September 4, 2018

PATRIOT DAY ART/ESSAY CONTEST (K-8th Grade) - Entries Due September 4, 2017

Have a children in Kindergarten through 8th grade? School is getting ready to start next week and your child has the opportunity to win one of (3) $100 Grand Prizes or one of (9) $50 First Prizes by giving us their ideas on "Patriotism" or "What it means to be an American". - Grand prize winners are also presented with a trophy and first prize winners are presented with a gold medal on stage at Patriot Day (see photos for last years trophies and medals). - Winning students will also receive miscellaneous gift cards and prizes donated by local businesses. - The teachers of the winning students ALSO receive prizes in the form of dinner at local restaurants, coffee, gas and other gift cards donated by local businesses. Posters and essays are to be turned in to your children's teachers no later than September 4, 2017. Entries will be judged by the teachers and turned in to the school offices by September 5th in order for the entries to make it to the RUSD Office by September 6th. The teachers should be receiving the attached instructions by email; however, sometimes the instructions don't make it home to the parents. Patriot Day is on Sunday, September 10, 2017 at the Rocklin Quarry Park between 11 AM and 3 PM. Winners are announced at noon from the main stage. Cash prizes, medals & trophies are donated by the Rocklin Police Officer's Association and the Rocklin Public Safety Foundation. Questions? Please email me at wendy.smith@rocklin.ca.us or call me at 916-625-5440

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Elverta, Gibson Ranch Pumpkin Festival, Sept 30- Oct 31, free admission

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EarthBound Skills, homeschooling classes, (please research)

EarthBound Skills is a collective of certified naturalist and trained wilderness survival instructors dedicated to passing on the knowledge of the Earth. We teach people how to walk in balance with the natural world through naturalist studies and wilderness living skills.   

Earthbound Skills works with public schools, home schools and charter schools teaching children of all ages wilderness survival, naturalist skills, and primitive living. Our focus is on connecting children to nature. We also offer programs and workshops for adults and families. 

By sharing this knowledge, we hope to help children cultivate   wisdom that comes from nature and the spirit of community centered native cultures. We aspire to ignite the core values to respect all life and recognize the interconnectedness of all living things. Our aim is to help children cultivate a deeper connection to nature, and inspire a life-long commitment to being responsible stewards of their environment.

Aug 18, Roseville, Homeschool only jump, 1-3pm, $10

"Just spoke with the owner of the new Rockin' Jump (indoor tramponline park in Roseville) and he is now doing a homeschool only jump! Every Friday from 1-3pm for only $10! Starting August 18th. Please share with your homeschool friends."  (from another group)



Beginning Farmer Training Program, (please research)


Beginning Farmer Training Program


The California Farm Academy Beginning Farmer Training Program is a seven-month program that provides an intensive overview of what it takes to succeed as a farmer. It's held part-time at the Land-Based Learning headquarters, Farm on Putah Creek in Winters, a small town in the agricultural heart of Solano County in Northern California.
Over 30 weeks from February to September, students gather at the incubator farm to learn and practice basic crop planning and production, soil science, pest management, irrigation methods and other field and greenhouse work. They even learn to drive a tractor. But that's not all. The academy also spends considerable time on the business aspects of running a farm successfully: writing a business plan, obtaining financing, risk management, record-keeping, food safety, and even decision-making and problem-solving. 

Visits to regional farms are a regular part of the curriculum. Classes visit some organic farms, whether certified or not, as well as conventional farms, to learn different ways of farming. Each individual decides how they want to farm. Certainly no one can learn everything about farming in seven months, but that's the beauty of the California Farm Academy program.

The curriculum is designed to provide the next generation of motivated, hard-working farm entrepreneurs with the support and connections they need to contribute to the $20 billion specialty crop industry in California.

More information

California Farm Academy classes meet Tuesday and Thursdays, 4:30-7:30 p.m. and 2 Saturdays/month at the Center for Land-Based Learning farm or at other nearby locations.
Check out the Curriculum and Application & Deadlinessections or contact Sri Sethuratnam, California Farm Academy Director, for more information.

The California Farm Academy (CFA) training program consists of 30 weeks of classes, hands-on experience, farm visits and other field trips during a seven-month period. Session 6 will start in February 2017 and meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm and two Saturdays per month through September 2017.
You will get more than 250 hours of training time between courses and farm visits, time spent learning by doing, as well as mentoring and lectures by farmers and agricultural professionals. Your time will be spent in the classroom, the greenhouse, out in the field or packing shed, and on the farms of some of the region's most successful farmers and ranchers.
Attendance and participation are critical to your success in the training program and as a beginning farmer. Graded (pass/fail) work will consist largely of class participation, including activities and worksheets, keeping a field journal, take-home reading and short homework assignments.

Sac, new fall schedule, registration open, Woodshop,$155 per month


New Fall Schedule begins Sept. 6, 2017
Registration open now!
      
Class Schedule and Registration

 

The Woodshop's regular class program is an ongoing workshop designed to continually increase the skill level of students each week.  Students begin the program learning the basics of woodworking.  They progressively move on to more challenging projects as their skill level begins to develop.  In a very short time, they will feel so confident in their understanding of tools and technique that they will be able to build just about anything their imagination can conjure up. 

      
The Woodshop regular class program
 takes place on the following days and times:
 
    Mondays       1:00 - 3:00     
Mondays       4:00 - 6:00
Wednesdays   4:00 - 6:00
     

     Full payment is required at the beginning of each month and covers four - two hour wood shop classes.   

The cost is $155 per month and includes all tools and materials.


Hands in Motion Fall Classes


Hands in Motion Fall Schedule

Hands in Motion Homeschool
2017 Fall Classes are Filling Fast




Independent and Charter Students Welcome
Classes are held at:
301 West Whyte Ave.
Roseville, CA 95678


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