Wednesday 13 June 2012
I know homeschoolers start plans for next year early so here is the information
about the classes I will be teaching in Cullman this year.
CLASS 1: Exploring Creation with Marine Biology by Apologia
CLASS 2: Exploring World History by The Notgrass Company.
Both classes will begin August 20.
A parent meeting will be held in the scout room on July 23 at 1pm.
Tuition and registration forms will be due that day.
Coming to the meeting does not obligate you to either class.
I have been given approval to meet in the scout room
downstairs in the Ruehl Building, 601 3rd Ave. S.E., across from St. John's Church in
downtown Cullman. It is a beautiful room already set up as a classroom.
Exploring World History-
Monday 12:30-2:00pm Tuition $125 per semester+ books and one time $20
copy/supply fee. The three-book set can be purchased from www.notgrass.com
or through Amazon or other used book supplier. I never buy new! There
is a literature package available as well but you might already have
many of them as they are mostly classics.
This course is worth three high school credits- 1 history, 1 English, 1 Bible.
Here is some information about the course copied from the
Exploring World History is a high school world history curriculum
combining world history, world literature, and Bible. It helps high
school students gain a fuller understanding of the past as they read the
history narrative, read classic literature, complete writing
assignments, and study what the Bible says about issues and ideas in
world history. Exploring World History provides historical
overview lessons along with focused lessons on key events, concepts, and
people. It also includes surveys of daily life and culture. The Bible
study lessons allow students to concentrate one day a week on the
spiritual implications of what they have been studying.
Exploring Creation with Marine Biology-
Monday- 2:45-4:00pm-dissection days extended by 1/2 hour. Tuition $125
per semester + books, lab equipment fee approx. $30-$35, one time
copy/supply fee $20. Book can be purchased at www.apologia.com
or other sources as well. The lab fee will be for slides, dissection
specimens and other equipment. This will be determined by the number of
students that sign up and how many lab groups we will have. With this
class I hope to take a trip to the Dauphin Island Sea Lab in Gulf Shores
during the Fall or Spring. Details to come!
This course is worth 1 HS science credit.
TUITION / PAYMENT INFO
I break tuition payments up to make it easier for everyone. The first
half of the first semester is due the day of the parent meeting. The second half is
due November 12. Monthly payments can be arranged if needed. A similar schedule will
be set for the second semester payments.
Please feel free to contact me for more information or any questions you might
have. You may e-mail me or call me at 256-796-5062.
I look forward to having your kids in class!
If you plan to attend the parent meeting please let me know a few days
before so I will have forms and other handouts for everyone.
AAdmin-StuartonWednesday 13 June 2012 - 08:44:58
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