2019 Riverview Community Schools Summer Enrichment Program

The goal of Riverview Community Schools is to make learning come alive for students through our summer enrichment program. Our student-centered program offers hands-on challenges in a nurturing, non-competitive environment.  Students have the opportunity to explore a wide range of courses designed to enrich academic skills and build self-confidence.

Where: Seitz–Huntington Complex (17800 Kennebec)

When: Monday, July 8 through Thursday, August 1
(2 days a week: M/W or T/Th classes)

Time: 9:30am-12:30pm (3 hour classes)

Tuition: Free with lunch provided by Chartwells

Online Registration: MyPayments Plus (Submit $0 payment)

*You will receive a Confirmation Number once submitted. An email will be sent for Declined classes immediately, Approved classes by June 14th

Questions: Derrick DiBrano, Summer Enrichment Program Administrator
ddibrano@riverviewschools.com or Schoology (preferred),
734-285-2043 ext. 3121 (until 6/14)

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Grade Levels listed for 2018-19 School Year

Monday/Wednesday Classes
(2 days a week, July 8-July 31)

Super Scientists (grades K)—Explore the scientific world through “hands-on” lessons and activities about plants, animals, sea life, etc. with Ms. McQuiston.

Hands on Habitats (grades 1-2)—Enjoy creating different animal habitats through various art projects with Ms. Alexander.

Acting Up (grades 1-2)—Practice and perform Readers Theaters with reading fluency, team work, confidence building, public speaking, and creativity with Ms. DeRosia.

Instructions Not Included (grades 2-3)—Learn to problem solve by re-purposing/reusing common household items for purposes beyond their intended use in different scenarios with Ms. O’Brien

Under the Sea (grades 2-3)—Explore the fascinating world of the oceans and seas with Ms. LaFehr.

EV3 Robotics (grade 3)—Learn simple programming skills and participate in daily challenges using the EV3 Mindstorm Robot program with Mr. Laginess.

Math FUNdamentals (grades 3-4)—Learn to make math fun by using centers and games to enhance your skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc. with Ms. Cloud.

AUTHORity! (grades 3-6)—Write, illustrate, and publish your own narrative/expository book with Ms. Rosecrans.

French Connection (grades 3-6)—Learn basic French phrases, vocabulary, and songs along with some landmarks and artists with Ms. Kissel.

Brain Boosters! (grades 4-6)—Put your power to work by solving logic problems, mysteries, brain teasers, and much more with Ms. Tomasek.

A Happy, Healthy Mind and Body (grades 5-7)—Start your summer mornings with a combination of Mindfulness/Meditation, Yoga, and other projects to live your best life with Ms. Zulewski.

Math Puzzles, Games, and Explorations (grades 5-7)—Improve your understanding of math concepts through a variety of puzzles, games, and activities with Mr. Skidmore.

Learn to Sew (grades 5-8)—Learn the basics of using a sewing machine in a collaborative environment to make baby quilts for a local charity with Ms. Millner.

Roadtrip USA (grades 5-8)—Travel the US by developing and researching a road trip of the places and adventures you would want to see with Mr. Zachary.

Tuesday/Thursday Classes
(2 Days A Week, July 9-Aug 1)

Math for Little Minds (grades K)—Learn a variety of math concepts such as adding, subtracting, telling time, etc. by using and creating manipulatives with Ms. McQuiston.

Kool Krafts for Kids (grade K)—Read, sing, create do “fun” crafts and play exciting summer games which promote imagination, coordination, social and fine/gross motor skills with Ms. Peterson.

Instructions Not Included (grades K-1)—Learn to problem solve by re-purposing/reusing common household items for purposes beyond their intended use in different scenarios with Ms. O’Brien.

Storybook STEAM (grades 1-2)—Work together on hands-on STEAM activities that are tailored to the classic children’s books you will read with Ms. Olsen.

Math FUNdamentals (grades 1-2)—Learn to make math fun by using centers and games to enhance your skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc. with Ms. Cloud.

Dive Into Reading! (grades 1-4)—Learn reading strategies through different content themes to strengthen the love of reading with Ms. Rosecrans.

CSI Super Sleuths (grades 2-3)—Become a CSI agent as you investigate clues and mysteries using your STEM knowledge with Ms. Hartley.

Math Enrichment (grades 2-4)—Continue to build your math mind through games, story problems, and activities with Ms. Avery.

Writing Craftivity (grades 2-5)—Combine your love of arts and crafts with your love of writing through a variety of projects with Ms. Tomasek.

Full STEAM Ahead! (grade 3)—Engage in design challenges using the design thinking model to create robots, games, machines, etc. with Ms. Gajewski.

Hands on Habitats (grades 3-4)—Enjoy creating different animal habitats through various art projects with Ms. Alexander.

Acting Up (grades 3-5)—Practice and perform Readers Theaters with reading fluency, team work, confidence building, public speaking, and creativity with Ms. DeRosia.

Generation YouTube (grades 3-5)—Create TouchCast videos based on your own topics and ideas with Mr. Lothian.

French Connection (grades 3-6)—Learn basic French phrases, vocabulary, and songs along with some landmarks and artists with Ms. Kissel.

Field Biology (grades 3-8)—Explore nature through hands-on and eye-opening experiences with Mr. Filkins.

EV3 Robotics (grade 4)—Learn simple programming skills and participate in daily challenges using the EV3 Mindstorm Robot program with Mr. Laginess.

Under the Sea (grades 4-5)—Explore the fascinating world of the oceans and seas with Ms. LaFehr.

Math Puzzles, Games, and Explorations (grades 5-7)—Improve your understanding of math concepts through a variety of puzzles, games, and activities with Mr. Skidmore.

DIY Arts and Crafts (grades 5-8)— Learn to create several beautiful projects using a variety of materials and techniques with Ms. Millner.

Roadtrip International (grades 5-8)—Travel the world by developing and researching a road trip of the places and adventures you would want to see with Mr. Zachary.

Beginner Crochet (grades 6-11)—Learn basic crocheting techniques with Ms. Nichols.

A Happy, Healthy Mind and Body (grades 8-11)—Start your summer mornings with a combination of Mindfulness/Meditation, Yoga, and other projects to live your best life with Ms. Zulewski.

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