Eye on Education Increase Camp & Class Enrollments This Summer
Available 4th-8th Grade Classes:
- Three weeks in Spain & France SIGN UP TODAY! - Basketball Camp - Beyond the Book Report in the Digital Age - Clown College - Football Camp - Intro to Acting AM Classes: 8:30-11:30 AM PM Classes: 12:00-3:00 PM - It’s Not Magic, It’s Science! FREE Before/After Care: 8-8:30 AM & 3-3:30 PM - Japanese Language & Culture Term 1 - Math for the Real World Term 2 June 24 - July 12 (3 wks) - Photography July 15 - August 2 (3 wks) Mon thru Fri - $300 Mon thru Fri - $300 - Spanish Immersion - Weird Art Lunch* 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM - Young Writer’s Workshop *Lunch is not provided - Please pack a sack lunch - Soccer Camp WWW.CCAS.CCUSD.ORG - Street Art, Surrealism & Sculpture
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Tuition Free, Non-Profit, Public School TK/K-6 Multi-Language Program Authorized International Baccalaureate PYP School Social Emotional Learning Culturally Diverse Student Body Inquiry Based Instruction GoetheCharterSchool.org (310) 306-3484 12500 Braddock Dr., LA, CA 90066
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We are excited to offer a wide variety of programs and classes. Thereâ€™s something for everyone this summer.
Join Us in 2019
Session 1: June 17-21 One-week camps and intensives
Session 5: August 5-9 One-week camps
Sessions 2 & 3: June 24-July 26 Two-, three- and five-week classes and programs. School is closed Thursday, July 4 & Friday, July 5.
Session 6: August 12-16 One-week camps
Session 4: July 29-August 2 One-week camps and intensives
Â? Â Visit and Enroll: summer.xrds.org Contact us at email@example.com or call 310-582-4506 Nuestros empleados hablan espaĂąol. CROSSROADS SCHOOL FOR ARTS & SCIENCES | Middle and Upper School: 21st Street Campus | 1714 21st St., Santa Monica, CA 90404 | Elementary School: Norton Campus | 1715 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404
May 16, 2019 Eye on Education â€“ Special Advertising Section
WESTCHESTER WONDER KIDS PRESCHOOL Teaching your kids the wonders of the world NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER AND FALL 2019 Enrolling ages 2 – 6 years.
We offer an enriching and nurturing environment with a focus on STEAM. Our curriculum encourages creativity, imagination, critical thinking, social responsibility, self-assurance and empathy. Christine Saleebey (310) 642-1827 Located in Westchester near LMU (lic. 197409279)
Westside Neighborhood School
Westside Neighborhood School (WNS), a Preschool-8 independent school in Playa Vista, has a mission to create a community of lifelong learners that nurtures students from diverse backgrounds to reach their full potential and inspires them to contribute to the world with confidence, creativity, curiosity, conscience and compassion. WNS opened a brand-new state-ofthe-art play-based preschool, STEAM Academic Learning Center, and full-sized Gymnasium in August 2017. Students, teachers, parents, and our
neighboring businesses and friends are thrilled about the expansion as it not only allows more room for educational growth, but opportunities for community use as well. In addition to the brand new preschool, WNS offers a Parent-Toddler Program. Classes take place Tuesdays and Saturdays for children ages 18-32 months and parents. For more information about WNS, please visit wns-la.org or contact by phone: 310-574-8650 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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EBS Children‘s Institute
We’ll focus on your child’s strengths and the goals that are important to you both. Our team uncovers what motivates your child to play and interact in a fun, trusting and safe environment that allows your child to learn and reach his or her potential. We make long-lasting connections, so your child feels at home. Our therapists understand that impactful change happens when everyone works together to create opportunities for children to confidently master the skills they need to meet the challenges of an evolving world.
EBS Children’s Institute of Los Angeles offers Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, ABA/ Behavior Therapy, Child Psychology, Feeding/Swallowing Therapy, Physical Therapy and Social Skills programs carefully designed for your child. Using a multidisciplinary approach, in-depth We welcome you to give us a call at evaluations and intervention, our team 424-331-9291 or visit us on the web inspires participation to improve the at www.ebscila.com. lives of those we serve. EBS Children’s Institute is a community of people committed to enriching the lives of children and families. Our work is guided by principles we believe form a life of meaning, accomplishment and joy: commitment to diversity and inclusion, communication, respect and collaboration.
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THE EXTRAORDINARY HAPPENS At Stratford, students accomplish extraordinary things. Our advanced yet balanced curriculum propels students to excel both inside and outside the classroom. Discover a school that inspires children to become creative problem-solvers, imaginative innovators, and confident leaders.
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Goethe International Charter School Begins Its Middle School Expansion Goethe International Charter School (GICS) is a non-profit, public school located in West Los Angeles. GICS educates the “whole child” with a focus on physical, intellectual, emotional and ethical development. As an authorized International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP) World School with a focus on global awareness, language acquisition and inquiry-driven learning, the school will be expanding through 6th grade in the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. The current curriculum is based on the California Common Core State Standards and is delivered through the IB PYP. The expanded 6th grade will continue this approach as the school establishes the IB Middle Years Programme. An IB education is based on academic rigor whereby students make connections between traditional subjects and the “real world,” while
also developing bilingualism. GICS currently offers a TK-5 50/50 model dual language immersion program with German as the target language. For those who need additional support in English, there is a German Language Acquisition option available beginning in 3rd grade where students receive core instruction in English. Spanish Language Acquisition is provided for all students in grades 3-5. At the middle school level, Language Acquisition is provided in either Spanish or German with core instruction delivered in English for all students. For more information about programs and space availability please call (310) 306-3484. GICS is located at 12500 Braddock Drive, Los Angeles CA 90066 www.goethecharterschool.org
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Preschool Elementary Middle Playa Vista
Project Scientist Project Scientist has a fun-filled program for your daughter this summer! The Summer STEM Academy immerses girls ages 4-12 in STEM through fun-filled experiments, weekly field trips to top science and technology companies, hands-on curriculum with credentialed teachers, and daily meet-and-greets with thriving female STEM professionals right here in Playa Vista at the Brickyard! This summer, girls will learn many exciting topics and visit inspiring STEM companies during these fun themed weeks: June 24-28: All Aboard! Transportation: Past, Present and Future — Learn how transportation systems work together to keep us moving and tinker with tried and true vehicles to create new platforms for efficient mobility. Field trip expedition hosted by Virgin Hyperloop One. July 1-5: How It’s Made — Take apart and breakdown well-known and beloved items and gain appreciation for the processes and people
who make them. Field trip expedition hosted by Santa Monica Studio and Sony. July 8-12: Genetics, DNA & Dissection — Spend the week dissecting and analyzing what makes each of us unique. We will study Gregor Mendel and his peas, Punnett squares and DNA all week long. Field trip expedition hosted by Abbott. Get 10% off with code SCIENTIST10. Sign up now at www.ProjectScientist.org!
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What are your kids doing this summer?
Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences is a leader in innovative academic, arts and enrichment curricula for rising K-12 students. Summer at Crossroads offers a wide variety of opportunities and experiences, including classes for academic credit, hands-on workshops and outdoor activities. Students are empowered to develop skills, enjoy learning and grow in areas of special interest under the guidance of expert teachers and excited program staff and coaches. From arts and aquatics to volleyball and world civilizations, students can sign up for a one-week specialty program or spend the summer doing a variety of engaging activities. There’s something for everyone this summer! • Session 1 (June 17-21): One-week camps and intensives • Sessions 2 and 3 (June 24-July 26): Two-, three- and five-week classes and programs. School is closed Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5.
• Session 4 (July 29-Aug. 2): One-week camps and intensives • Session 5 (Aug. 5-9): One-week camps • Session 6 (Aug. 12-16): One-week camps Summer at Crossroads programming is open to the public. No formal admissions process is required. Visit summer.xrds.org to learn more about current course offerings. Space is still available in many classes. Enroll today!
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June 17 to July 26 REGISTER AT www.newroads.org/ page/experience/ summer-at-new-roads NEW ROADS SCHOOL 3131 Olympic Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404
At Stratford, we believe high expectations lead to extraordinary results. Our advanced, innovative, and intentionally balanced curriculum inspires, challenges, and nurtures the minds and hearts of every student. We infuse our liberal arts curriculum with Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics — or STEAM — to help students develop the diverse set of problem-solving skills and talents they’ll need in today’s world.
Our passionate teachers cultivate a physically and emotionally secure classroom environment where children feel safe and eager to try new things and fail forward. This carefully designed approach prepares students to become tomorrow’s creative problem solvers, innovators, and confident, insightful leaders. Learn more at www.stratfordschools.com.
May 16, 2019 Eye on Education – Special Advertising Section
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