Sunday, November 19, 2017

Announcing the On The GO Academy 2018 Spring Schedule


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The On The GO Academy Spring 2018 schedule is here! 

Featuring a new ballet class for TK/K and an intro to dance class for 1st-5th! 

We also have several new classes for 7th-12th including a YouTube class, Journalism (Online and Print including media and yearbook), Knitting & Crocheting, an Online Tools and Awareness class, as well as the existing Art, Music, Spanish, PE, Creative Writing, Sports Education, and PodPi coding!

Also offering our popular classes for our 1st-8th on Tuesday and Thursday including Art, Music, Reading & Writing, PE, Sports Education, Drama/Choir, and Mad Science!

Space is limited so register today to reserve your spot for the Spring semester!


On The GO Academy

Rocklin, ages, 6-12yrs old, registration needed. 10:30- 11:30,STEAM-o-torium

Join us at the Rocklin Library with Placer County Mosquito & Vector Control as they fill us in on the buzz about mosquitos! Learn about the different types of mosquitos, and how they help us combat the mosquito population and spread of illness in our area. Hands-on exploration with lots of critters to examine. For ages 6-12 years old. Registration highly recommended as session size is limited to 30 participants (excluding accompanying adults).

Register for this month’s STEAM-o-torium at the Rocklin Library by visitingoin us at the Rocklin Library with Placer County Mosquito & Vector Control as they fill us in on the buzz about mosquitos! Learn about the different types of mosquitos, and how they help us combat the mosquito population and spread of illness in our area. Hands-on exploration with lots of critters to examine. For ages 6-12 years old. Registration highly recommended as session size is limited to 30 participants (excluding accompanying adults).

Register for this month’s STEAM-o-torium at the Rocklin Library by visiting:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_RQr3mb-sEY7af_MeIdkIZsIZhVl_UOI16owBu3laxzMJXw/viewform


Rocklin Library STEAM-o-torium Registration Form
Use this form to register for this month's STEAM-o-torium at the Rocklin Library!
Date: 3rd Saturday of the month
Time: 10:30-11:30am
Location: Rocklin Library Community Room
Session size limited to 30 participants (excluding accompanying adults).
PLEASE FILL OUT A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH CHILD.
If you have any questions, please contact the Rocklin Library at 916-624-3133.

Roseville, Nov 25, Guitar Center Lesson Open House, 1-4pm

Guitar Center Lessons would like to invite you to it’s Open House on November 25th. At this event, our Lessons staff and instructors will be on hand to give free 10 minute lessons in our world class facilities. Our family friendly Open House event will be from 1:00PM to 4:00PM at all Guitar Center Lessons Locations.


Mock Congress / HS Age / Feb 24-25 / Sheraton Hotel /Sacramento

What: Mock Congress 
Why: Democracy Matters - Students write, debate and vote on bills; learn the legislative process by doing!  Students assigned to houses; choose committees.  
Where:  Sheraton Hotel, Sacramento 
When:  February 24-25th (sat/sun) 
Who:  High School Age 

Cost:  Available on jsa.org; students need JSA membership as well; Students stay at the Sheraton and cost is included in registration for conference; parents welcome to attend or students can be under Dr. Kari Kelso for chaperone purposes.  Great opportunity for students to have a local overnight academic experience.  Food not included.  

Affiliation:  Students will be affiliated with the Justice Kennedy Library and Learning Center Chapter; JSA is non-partisan, non-profit and non-religious; largest civics organization for HS students in US. 

Pre-homework:  We need to submit one bill for every 5 students in chapter; bill is due mid December.  Any topic. 

Contact:  Dr. Kari Kelso kkelso@ce9.uscourts.gov if interested in attending.  

Hands in Motion Spring Classes Begin Jan. 8th

http://www.handsinmotion4learning.com

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Creativity alive Arts

Hello, Parents and Home school  Families,

I have some openings in Spring Semester. Please check the class schedule online.

I hope to hear from you.
Yuko Ray
Creativityalive Arts

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Operation Christmas Child


THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL BHN ONLY EVENT ON 11/9! Please see BHN Facebook page for details!

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IT'S TIME...Operation Christmas Child!!  
We are in need of many helping hands to help collect shoeboxes that people in our community have lovingly packed for children all over the world.  

Collection week is November 13-19th, 2017!  There are 3 hour shifts available for sign-ups each of these dates and we would love to serve alongside you and your family.  

Bayside Church of Granite Bay is hosting a collection site for people and churches all over the community to bring their boxes.  This is a HUGE packing party week and the final packing before being transported to Auburn for final processing and shipping to Samaritan's Purse.  Last year this collection site collected and boxed up over 2,000 shoeboxes!  That's where you come in...

See the link below for sign-up dates and times.  We ask that you only sign up children ages 10 and older for specific duties, but all ages of children are welcome to join us and help alongside those who are ages 10 and up.

Have questions?  Email us at baysidehomeschoolnetwork@gmail.com!


If you're would like more information about Samaritan's Purse and where all the shoeboxes end up watch this video and share it!!!

Kingdom Builder Books Spring Schedule is Out!



SPRING SCHEDULE IS OUT!

**Remember, if your student is in a year long class you must sign them up to reserve their spot for the Spring semester.**

Special Offer
 
Get a 5% DISCOUNT if paid in full with either cash or check by December 5TH 2017!

Books for Credit
 
We will begin taking books again on Monday, October 16, 2017.  Books can be dropped Monday through Thursday from 10-4 and Friday 10-3.  Books will be priced on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.
 
Store Hours
Just a reminder of our new Bookstore hours: Monday-Thursday 10-4PM and Fridays 10-3PM.

  



Kingdom Builder offers a wide variety of both core and elective classes for students of all ages.  Our mission is to teach a Christian world view in all subjects. 

Elementary students can enjoy hands-on classes such as LEGO Engineering, Art, Slot-Car Racing, and Chess.  Parents and students will enjoy the Writing, History and Science classes, as the students master essential concepts.

We hold our Jr/Sr High school students to a high standard to ensure that they have mastered their core subjects. All of our Jr High and High School courses are graded and can easily be used for transcripts.    

http://www.kingdombuilderbooks.com/
 





 
Thanks,

         ~ Your Friends at Kingdom Builder Books



Give us a call: (916) 784-1717
Our mailing address is:

1021 #701 Junction Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95678

Monday, October 16, 2017

FREE Nature Drawing Class Sat. 11/4 2-3pm, Arden Dimick Library


Lorna Burkhard of Just Draw It is providing a free nature drawing class!

Nature Journaling is a deeper exploration of nature based on observation, research and journal drawings. It builds understanding, curiosity and creativity. Lorna uses the Monart method, a realistic drawing method. Participants will follow step by step drawing prompts to create a model journal page. Supplies will be provided. Registration required. Register online at saclibrary.org/events, by phone at 916-264-2920, or in person at the library.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

WJU ASL Harvest Carnival October 22

Hello Homeschool families are you looking for a fun event for your kids this October?

William Jessup University's American Sign Language program is hosting an 

ASL Harvest Carnival Oct. 22nd 2-4pm.

This event will be accessible to anyone Deaf or hearing.

We will have carnival games, crafts, face painting, a photo booth, ASL demonstrations and much more!

Best part it is all FREE!

See the flier for more details and email me if you have any questions

  


For more information or to volunteer email Bobbi Long at blong@jessup.edu

Who: All children (Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing/Hearing) learning or wanting to learn sign language with their families.  
  
What: Carnival Games 
Prizes
Face Painting
ASL Performances
Crafts and MORE!

ASL signers provided at all activity areas
NOTE: Costumes must be Family-Friendly!
(No scary or gory costumes please)

When: Sunday October 22, 2017 @ 2-4pm
Where: William Jessup University, Lecture Hall 
(Walk up HUGE ramp then turn RT. Follow signs)
2121 University Ave. Rocklin 95765 (Off HWY 65 Exit Sunset Blvd. to University Ave.)
    Visit us on Facebook at WJUASL



Sombrero Time Newsletter

We're Jumping Into Fall!

Hola Sombrero Time families,

We've just wrapped up our first month of classes and your students are doing great! They are speaking, reading, writing, and listening in Spanish. Thank you, familias, for all you do! Remember that you can always access our YouTube channel for practice at home.

Teacher Corner

How are your students starting class? Engaged? Excited? Ready? Take a look below at what an Opening Routine can look like for an Advanced Spanish class.

Student Corner

Our Kinder students are hearing the story of Caperucita Roja this week! These four students reenacted Caperucita, el lobo, la abuelita, and el leñador in class. Great job, chicos!

Monthly Student Learning Objectives

Sombrero Time teachers cover a wide variety of content and learning objectives each month. Over time the process builds reading, writing and speaking proficiency.

To help parents with students in our various private programs track this information simply click the link below corresponding with your student's class:
Granite Bay AM:
Granite Bay Homeschool:
Granite Bay PM:
Sierra Elementary:
Have feedback or a thought to share? Great! Click HERE to send us an email.

Sincerely,

Team Sombrero Time
 

Kingdom Builder Books Spring Schedule 2018

 
SPRING SCHEDULE IS OUT!
 
**Remember, if your student is in a year long class you must sign them up to reserve their spot for the Spring semester.**
 
Special Offer
 
Get a 5% DISCOUNT if paid in full with either cash or check by December 5TH 2017!

Books for Credit
 
We will begin taking books again on Monday, October 16, 2017.  Books can be dropped Monday through Thursday from 10-4 and Friday 10-3.  Books will be priced on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.
 
Store Hours
Just a reminder of our new Bookstore hours: Monday-Thursday 10-4PM and Fridays 10-3PM.

 


Kingdom Builder offers a wide variety of both core and elective classes for students of all ages.  Our mission is to teach a Christian world view in all subjects.

Elementary students can enjoy hands-on classes such as LEGO Engineering, Art, Slot-Car Racing, and Chess.  Parents and students will enjoy the Writing, History and Science classes, as the students master essential concepts.


We hold our Jr/Sr High school students to a high standard to ensure that they have mastered their core subjects. All of our Jr High and High School courses are graded and can easily be used for transcripts.    


http://www.kingdombuilderbooks.com/
 

BROOKDALE URGENT NEED!

UPDATE!

I just spoke with Brookdale  - the situation is urgent.  Some elderly arrived from the fire areas with nothing – not even their shoes! 

Here is an update on what you can help with:

Deliver items to either Brookdale Assisted Living facility
                780 Harrington Way, Folsom, CA 95630
            or
            6125 Hazel Ave, Orangevale, CA 95662

Items needed: (keep in mind patients are elderly)
  • Shirts (men and women)
  • Undergarments
  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrushes, combs, etc.)
  • Socks, men & women
  • Incontinence supplies (Depends, etc.)
  • Sweaters (cardigans) or jackets

Thank you so much for considering this request.
Heily

Help elderly fire victims evacuated to this area. URGENT NEED!

URGENT NEED FOR SUPPLIES FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE EVACATED FROM THE FIRE AREAS.  I CALLED AND CONFIRMED THIS NEED – SEE THE LIST BELOW ABOUT HOW YOU CAN HELP.  GOD BLESS YOU!  Heily

Here is a way to help locally with people who have been evacuated from the Northern California fire areas…
Santa Rosa has virtually been wiped out, losing 2 hospitals and several care facitlites in addition to many other facilities and private homes.  Over 175,000 have been evacuated with nothing but the clothes on their backs.  About 150 Santa Rosa Assisted living residents were transported during the night from the fire zone, so they came in their pjs. :(

There is an urgent need right now! Brookdale Assisted Living at 6125 Hazel (and Greenback) just brought in about 50 residents from their Santa Rosa facility. From my understanding, their facility burned down. The residents only came with the clothes on their back. They are devastated. They are in need of ALL basic needs.  The Folsom Location has similar needs, taking in 27 residents. 780 Harrington Drive right behind Burger rehab on E Bidwell.  
Here is a list of items needed:

Deliver items to either Brookdale Assisted Living facility
                780 Harrington Way, Folsom, CA 95630
              or
             6125 Hazel Ave, Orangevale, CA 95662

Items needed: (keep in mind patients are elderly)
  • Shirts (men and women)
  • Undergarments
  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrushes, wipes, toothpaste, combs, etc.)
  • Socks, men & women
  • Incontinence supplies (Depends, etc.)
  • Sweaters (cardigans) or jackets

Please spread the word.
Gratefully,
Heily

Monday, October 2, 2017

ASL Harvest Carnival at William Jessup Oct. 22

Hello Homeschool families,

If you are studying American Sign Language or your family is interested in ASL, this event is for you.

Jessup is hosting a fun Harvest Carnival with Games, crafts, and ASL demonstrations from 2-4pm Oct. 22 and it is FREE.

See attachment for more information or email me with further questions.

Blessings,
Bobbi Long

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Bobbette (Bobbi) Long
American Sign Language Studies (ASLS)
   ASLS Minor
   Liberal Studies: ASL concentration
   Lead Faculty
WILLIAM JESSUP UNIVERSITY - Rocklin Campus
2121 University Blvd, Rocklin, CA 95765
P (916) 276-3639 | blong@Jessup.edu
Jessup.edu
facebook:WJUASL

EMH Sports PE Classes

Hello Parents and Guardians,
Our PE classes are starting, so if you haven’t signed up yet, it’s not too late. Your child can join in at anytime during the sport month.  You still have plenty of time to make payment or get your POs/Vouchers to us before the classes commence. Many of our previous “wish-list” locations are active, if yours is not, please don’t forget to sign up as we are checking the enrollment numbers daily and you will be notified via email when it happens. EMH will help your student develop their individual skills. The first 30 minutes of each class session is spent on skill building and the second 30 minutes the students are playing the game reinforcing those skills. Each week, a new skill set is introduced. Many of our students have gone on to club sports just from taking EMH PE classes!
Why is playing soccer so good for kids?  It:
  1. Develops social skills.
  2. Helps fight obesity.
  3. Stimulates cardiovascular fitness.
  4. Develops agility better than any other sport.
  5. Develops muscle strength.
  6. Soccer truly is a sport that teaches children the value of teamwork.
  7. Soccer has a positive influence on a child’s self esteem.
  8. But most of all, it’s just fun to play! 
Please check the dates for all of your classes online on your class page or our PE Dates page under the orange Locations button. Our full year's calendar is listed with all dates for your sports, along with holidays. We do hold class on some holidays so please take careful note. If class is held we will charge for that day. Also, if your park has a special schedule or notice regarding just that class location it will be on your class page. Click on the blue title anywhere that you see it and you will be taken to your class page. 

We offer instruction for students ages 3-18 at $28 per sport month (4, 1 hour classes per session). Please keep in mind that the coaches will not be able to assist you with registration at the park. Please check your account status page before showing up to make sure your child is cleared to participate.

Enjoy your day!

Julian Wells
EMH Sports 

Sombrero Time

Welcome Back to Sombrero Time!

Hola Sombrero Time families,

We hope everyone had a fantastic summer! We are excited for the 2017-2018 school year and have already had a great first week of class. Our classrooms have both new and familiar faces and we're looking forward to what this school year has in store!

-Team Sombrero Time

Summer Camp Rewind

We had a great time in our Sombrero Time Summer Sessions! Not only did K-2nd grade students get a fun introduction to Spanish, but 7th & 8th grade students received a fundamental preview to their first year of Spanish in high school as well. Way to keep the learning going, chicos!

Student Corner

An integral part of our continued education through the Junior High program is offering volunteer opportunities. Click HERE to find our FaceBook page and watch a short clip on how two students (in their 6th year in our program) are now passing on their Spanish to a new generation of students.

Monthly Student Learning Objectives

Sombrero Time teachers cover a wide variety of content and learning objectives each month. Over time the process builds reading, writing and speaking proficiency.

To help parents with students in our various private programs track this information simply click the link below corresponding with your student's class:
Granite Bay AM:
Granite Bay Homeschool:
Granite Bay PM:
Sierra Elementary:
Have feedback or a thought to share? Great! Click HERE to send us an email.

Sincerely,

Team Sombrero Time