**THREE NEW CLASSES IN JANUARY**
Ukulele Crash Course with Shannon Curran: 10:30-11:30 (All Ages) Jan. 10th- Feb. 21st. $125 for 6 weeks. All music will be supplied. You will need to bring your own ukulele. Contact Shannon @ email@example.com to enroll.
GAMEOLOGY MOVES TO 10:30-11:30! (3RD-8TH). Same fun, different time! Contact Gracie Golden to join this FUN class! firstname.lastname@example.org
STARTING JAN. 31ST: PUBLIC SPEAKING CLASS 1:00-2:00 (K-12th) Instructor Rebekah Mackie. In this class, your kids will learn the basics about how to speak in front of others and have the opportunity to practice these skills. The topics of their speeches can be things they are already learning at home, or new topics that you want them to explore. The class will be offered for one semester, February through May. The cost is $100 (or $150 for students using charter school funds.) Registrations accepted now to hold spots due to limited classroom size. Email email@example.com
**THREE NEW CLASSES STARTING WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7TH!
Introductory Chinese (Mandarin) Class 1:30-2:30: Instructor Lucy Thompson. In this Introductory Chinese (Mandarin) class, students will develop basic communication skills. Speaking, listening, reading and writing skills will be covered along with basic vocabulary and grammatical structures. Pinyin, a widely used Chinese phonetic system, will be used to aid with learning the spoken language. Students will also learn the four tones of the Chinese language. Fun songs, games, activities, and crafts will be utilized to enrich the overall learning experience. Students will be acquainted with Chinese culture, traditions, and holidays. Textbook and Workbook: Easy Steps to Chinese Vol. I (subject to change). Grades 6th-12th. $225.00 per Semester. $25 non-refundable deposit per semester to hold position in class (deposit goes toward semester fee). To register, please contact Lucy Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECONOMICS (SPRING) Instructor: Lisa Wong Why does Apple get to charge so much? And why do many summer jobs pay so little? Why do things cost more than double compared to when my parents were the age I am now? These are the kind of questions I had in high school, which were answered in economics class. We’ll discuss supply and demand, inflation and other topics including the free market economy, the government’s role in economics, production, saving and spending and global economics. Required text: Economics Work and Prosperity in Christian perspective, Third Edition (Abeka) (Ships free from Christianbook.com) Grades 11-12. Recommended prerequisite: US Government. $250 for this one semester course. $50 non-refundable deposit due January 10, 2017, to reserve a place in this class. If minimum enrollment of 5 students is not met by January 10, all deposits paid will be promptly refunded. To register, please contact Lisa Wong: email@example.com
**DANCE IS BACK STARTING FEB. 28TH!**
Mrs. Anita will do a special 5 week session of lyrical, jazz, swing and even potato dance from Feb. 28th-March 28th. $75 cash or 125 charter school (** Home School Coaches, Sky Mountain and Inspire). Contact Mrs. Anita to join (firstname.lastname@example.org)
*** As with all FUNdamental Wednesday classes, you must be registered with FUNdamentals in order to take any of these classes. If you are new to FUNdamentals, please contact the director, Carrie De Francisco (email@example.com) to register.