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Fall 2019: (September 09, 2019 - November 18, 2019)
Fall Break: Sept. 30; Make-up Date: Nov. 25
Register before 2019-08-27 to avoid the late registration fee of $5.00 per class.
Scholarship applications are due by 2019-08-22.
First payment due upon registration..
Final payment due: 2019-09-23.
Classes are held on MONDAYS.
Class Cost Ages Instructor Enrolled Room Site Status
09:30-10:50
Supervised Stay
Play games with friends, work on art projects, play outside in the attached fenced playground, or work on independent projects! This class is perfect for those like to stay at CHEC all day, but don't wish to take four classes, those who have a gap between classes they want to take, those who have siblings take classes who don't wish to take a class themselves, or those who just love unstructured play time. Note that this is not a taught class. Site managers will supervise, but will not be leading activities. As such, the fee for this class contributes to our rent and insurance costs, but does not include an instructor fee. This class is intended for drop-off students, so if a parent is on site and supervising their own child, the child does not need to be enrolled in this class.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Unstructured play and social time
$60.00 5-18 Dannielle Lamison 1/10 Church Parlour Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Illustrations of Insects and their Host Plants
Students will learn how to do illustrations using graphite and tempera paints. We will create illustrations of all the stages of development in both the insects and the plants. We will take information from books and from life. Learning to draw these important creatures and plants make it easy to identify, for example, one bee from another. Drawing techniques and the use of tempera paints are an important part of what students will learn in this class. It is important to know how to identify insects and the plants that they depend upon for laying their eggs and for food. What better way than to draw them!
Notes:
Prerequisites: love to draw and paint
Draw & paint insects and host plants
$180.00 6-8 Davette Leonard 6/12 Lower Hall 1 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
American Football
Students will learn the basics of offensive and defensive strategies of flag and touch football. We will engage in many catching, passing, and defending activities. Students will learn leadership and teamwork in each class. Each class will have classroom instruction, theme, activities, and game.
Notes: Students should have cleats, water, snack, and a good attitude for learning.
Prerequisites:
Play American football with Coach West
$170.00 7-12 T Williams 4/12 Summit Yard Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Circus Arts
Find your Inner Fool! Build sculptures with props, balance on the balance beam, walk on the globe, juggle, peacock feather balance, and hula hoop around the room. Let's have some fun learning new tricks!
Notes:
Prerequisites: No.
Clown, hoop, juggle, balance & play!
$195.00 8-12 Erin Riley 0/12 TBA-TJUU Thomas Jefferson Memorial Closed
Junior Company: ALICE IN WONDERLAND
This class is for the younger actor who wants to participate in the fall play, ALICE IN WONDERLAND. There are plenty of great roles in this play with just a few lines and lots of great movement, dancing, singing, and fun characters to play, including lords and ladies of the court of the Queen of hearts, a pack of singing flowers, various talking animals, the queen's guards, and perhaps even the terrible jabberwocky (which we'll find a way to include). Take the beautiful, playful poetry of Carroll's classic work and add lots of physical comedy and bold characterizations, and it is a recipe for a magical stage experience for actors of any age.
Notes: IMPORTANT SCHEDULE NOTES: The performance will take place on the make up day for the fall session. There will be two extra rehearsals scheduled at the Central Library the week before the performance.
Prerequisites:
Chorus roles in ALICE IN WONDERLAND
$185.00 9-11 Lou Volpendesta 6/10 Social Hall Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
American Ninja Warrior - Karate and Life Skills meet Obstacle Course Training
This course introduces a fun and relaxing way to learn self defense (non-violent, non-sparring). You will gain situational awareness/stranger danger, discuss life skills such as self-discipline, self-confidence, anti-violence bully prevention, goal setting, leadership, anger management techniques, etc. Besides learning fundamental blocks of karate as a martial art, the fitness part of the class will also involve creative obstacle courses that will improve your agility, flexibility, and lower and upper body strength. As part of your ninja warrior training, you will also learn how to use nunchucks (kid-safe foam versions) and light sabers. By the end of our session, your teams, with my help, will perform a choreographed set of karate moves put to music, complete with nunchucks and light sabers and wow your friends and families. You may also show off your fine-tuned skills of beating ninja obstacles. Parents are welcome to take the course with their children.
Notes: Former students will continue with their next belts and new students will begin the class with a white belt. Students are also encouraged to wear a white top to class (optional, but highly recommended) to promote uniformity, discipline, and team spirit.
Prerequisites:
Karate and life skills
$185.00 10-18 Louis Torkornoo 4/20 Lower Hall 2 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
What If We Wrote that Book?
Last winter, we developed a plot outline for a science fiction book in the What If class. Now it is time to write the book. New and returning students are welcome to join as we delve into specifics of writing compelling fiction. We'll examine building blocks like characterization, voice, and point of view to see what works and why (and what doesn't). We'll look at scene structure to determine what moves a scene forward and what makes for a strong resolution to a scene. What scene will you write? John trying to memorize a soliloquy while struggling with short term memory loss? A corpsicle scene? Allan trying to find Mr. X? Or the penultimate "insert awesome battle/conflict here" scene? Join me for fun, fiction, food, and the continuing story of Sad Ellen.
Notes: This class has homework--plan to spend time each week writing, reading, and critiquing.
Prerequisites: Students should enjoy writing stories.
Creative writing
$180.00 12-16 Teela James 7/8 Sanctuary Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Beautiful Biomes
Our world is full of amazing places that house incredible forms of life! What’s a biome? A habitat or home! We’ll explore the habitats of the beautiful snowy owl of the polar tundra and the dramatic bloom of the Giant Rafflesia, aka corpse flower, in the tropical rainforest. Each day will be an adventure into a beautiful biome or two - complete with unusual experiments and creative projects.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Life science habitat study
$185.00 12-18 Megan Bailey 4/12 Lower Hall 3 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
09:50-10:50
Tree Detectives
Come train as a tree detective, each class we will learn how to identify a new tree and learn what saplings and seedlings are. We will be exploring what makes one tree different from another. Come take a walk with us and learn what the trees mean to the birds and other animals. This class will be hands on and include playing games, crafting and taking walks in the neighborhood.
Notes: This is a 60 minute class. We will be taking short walks around TJMUUC, so please make sure your child is prepared for that and can stay with the group.
Prerequisites:
Science and crafts
$140.00 5-7 Kim Lohan 8/8 Lower Hall Kitchen Thomas Jefferson Memorial Waitlist
11:00-12:20
Horse Lovers Class
This class is for all horse lovers. Students will learn about horses through crafts, stories, and hands on activities. We will learn horse industry terms, safety, history, and science. No need to ride or own a horse. Class will end in a horseless horse show.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Horse study with crafts
$200.00 5-8 Virginia Cunningham 7/10 Lower Hall 1 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Supervised Stay
Play games with friends, work on art projects, play outside in the attached fenced playground, or work on independent projects! This class is perfect for those like to stay at CHEC all day, but don't wish to take four classes, those who have a gap between classes they want to take, those who have siblings take classes who don't wish to take a class themselves, or those who just love unstructured play time. Note that this is not a taught class. Site managers will supervise, but will not be leading activities. As such, the fee for this class contributes to our rent and insurance costs, but does not include an instructor fee. This class is intended for drop-off students, so if a parent is on site and supervising their own child, the child does not need to be enrolled in this class.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Unstructured play and social time
$60.00 5-18 Dannielle Lamison 1/10 Church Parlour Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Sports Fitness
The class will support students in movement activities useful for basketball, football, and soccer. Strength, speed, agility, and power will be themes of emphasis. Catching and passing will be included in the class. Students will have an opportunity to increase their intrinsic motivation and personal confidence in an athletic arena.
Notes: Students should have comfortable clothing, cleats, water, and a snack.
Prerequisites: Students must be able to follow instructions
Sports movement activities w Coach West
$195.00 6-10 T Williams 2/12 Summit Yard Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Irish Dance
This is a beginner class of Irish step dance focusing on hopping, leaping, stepping, and moving to Irish music. Students will learn the basics of Irish dance, including the form and technique that are unique to this dance form.
Notes: No special gear needed; bare feet and clothing which allows for full leg flexibility is all students need.
Prerequisites: No prerequisites.
Irish dance for beginners
$170.00 7-12 Lori Madden 8/10 Lower Hall 2 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Nature Detectives: The Wild Woods
How do pine cones tell the weather? Is dirt alive? Can a spiderweb stop an airplane in flight? Are there giant mushrooms? Do bats really drink blood? We’ll investigate these mysteries and more as we explore the weird and wonderful world of nature. Come along as we dissect mushrooms, build bat houses, and feast on pine nuts. Collect and identify leaves on a scavenger hunt and then mold them into lovely bowls. Construct twig dams and experiment with dirt batteries. Each week, we’ll spend time outdoors observing plants and animals. Then we’ll record our findings in our field journals.
Notes: This class will meet outdoors except in the event of extreme weather (temps below 40* or lightning). We may get messy so please have your child dress accordingly and/or bring a change of clothes.
Prerequisites:
Nature study, science, art
$185.00 7-10 Amy Eachus 9/15 Lower Hall Kitchen Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Engineering Disasters - What Went Wrong?
In this class, we’ll examine some amazing engineering feats, such as the Eiffel Tower, as well as some epic failures - the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Sometimes the engineers just didn’t know any better. After all, the tower in Pisa was built over 2000 years ago! But sometimes they did know better and were just in a rush to keep up with the competitors, such as the Firestone 500 disaster. What caused each of these to fail? We’ll examine all of this and more as we try to make our own designs better!
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Engineering failures
$185.00 9-12 Megan Bailey 6/12 Lower Hall 3 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Let's Do Lunch
Ever thought it would be fun to run a restaurant? Let's find out. Students in this class will plan, prepare, and sell lunch at CHEC. Students will work in pairs and have responsibility for planning two lunches. They will develop menus, research costs, prepare meals, serve lunch, and determine whether we made a profit or lost money. Best of all, this class includes free lunch!
Notes: Students should wear old clothes or bring an apron.
Prerequisites: Instructor permission is required to register. Students should be able to independently follow a basic recipe. Strong focus and listening skills are required.
Cooking, economics
$195.00 10-16 Teela James 8/8 Upstairs kitchen Thomas Jefferson Memorial Waitlist
11:10-12:30
Creative Filmmaking at Light House Studio
Lights, Camera, Action! Put your creativity and storytelling skills to the ultimate test as you learn how to write a Hollywood script, direct a scene, rig a camera, and edit a film from start to finish. Comedy? Sci-fi? Superhero!? With so many genres to choose from and techniques to learn, you’ll be one step closer to being the next superstar filmmaker.
Notes: This course will be held off-site at Light House Studio at 220 West Market Street in downtown Cville. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from Light House Studio. CHEC will be happy to help facilitate a parent carpool.
Prerequisites: None
Learn how to create your own film
$180.00 12-15 Sam Gormon 9/12 Light House Studio TBA Light House Studio Open
13:00-14:20
Supervised Stay
Play games with friends, work on art projects, play outside in the attached fenced playground, or work on independent projects! This class is perfect for those like to stay at CHEC all day, but don't wish to take four classes, those who have a gap between classes they want to take, those who have siblings take classes who don't wish to take a class themselves, or those who just love unstructured play time. Note that this is not a taught class. Site managers will supervise, but will not be leading activities. As such, the fee for this class contributes to our rent and insurance costs, but does not include an instructor fee. This class is intended for drop-off students, so if a parent is on site and supervising their own child, the child does not need to be enrolled in this class.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Unstructured play and social time
$60.00 5-18 Dannielle Lamison 3/10 Church Parlour Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Forensic Fun - Junior Edition
Do you have what it takes to be a CSI - Crime Scene Investigator? In this class, we will learn techniques used at REAL crime scenes! We'll make our own CSI kit, learn how to "walk the scene," lift various prints, analyze mystery substances, and all sorts of other evidence. We'll even investigate a crime scene! But be careful: we don't want to send the wrong person to jail!
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Science from crime scenes and crime labs
$185.00 5-8 Megan Bailey 7/10 Lower Hall 1 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Let's Play! Nerf Wars/Virtual Reality+/African Games Details
Love games and immersive worlds? Join me for a trifold adventure of gaming and exploration. Play NERF WARS. Ever wanted to battle your friends in an all-out war with nerf toys? There will be different modes of play that will challenge you physically, strategically, and competitively. You may even bring boxes to set up forts and barriers. Explore 3D VIRTUAL REALITY. Visit Paris, Rome, London, or tour the 8 Wonders of the World all from the comfort of your CHEC classroom. You can jump on a roller coaster, take a tour of the human body, or visit the dinosaurs in their era with life-like views. Learn AFRICAN CHILDREN’S GAMES. You will learn several games from different parts of Africa, including Oware (Mancala), Pilololo, Ludo, Ensuo-pipo-bremu (River-Mountain-Valley), Ampe, and more... Some games will test your short-term memory while others challenge your team work, communication skills, and mental stamina as you develop new strategies and devise unique techniques. Are you ready? Let’s play!
Notes: Please note: 1. Parents may opt their children out of using nerf toys. Those children may concentrate on the VR activities and African games. 2. I have over 10 VR goggles and will provide two cell phones for children to share. Parents are welcome to use their own cell phones for their children to experience the technological wonder that is 3D VR. 3. Parents are welcome to participate in the class.
Prerequisites: None
Nerf wars and virtual reality
$185.00 5-9 Louis Torkornoo 5/20 Lower Hall 2 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Reader Lovers Book Club
Welcome to Fall 2019 Reader Lovers Book Club! We will explore the genres of: autobiography, science fiction, mystery, and delve into a classic or two. Participants are encouraged to read the books before class as much as is possible. During class time we will talk about plot, character development, major themes and motifs in our book. Each class will include a creative or analytical writing exercise or project. Our objective is to become as much of a lover of reading and learning as we can be- to be passionate about reading on our own and to share our love for books with each other in lively discussion and debate. Proposed syllabus: El Deafo by Cece Bell, Charlotte's Web by E.B. White, Three Times Lucky by Sheila Turnage, The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson, and A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle (which we may or may not get to).
Notes: Books must be purchased or borrowed by the student. Student needs to bring a favorite notebook and pencil or pen to each class.
Prerequisites:
Reading, discussion, writing
$170.00 8-12 Monica Farrell 9/12 Sanctuary Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Soccer 3 v 3
In this class, students will learn small group tactics, 1 v 1, 2 v 2, and 3 v 3. Students will have classroom and outside instruction. There will be many small matches played each session. Students will learn how to defend and attack in groups of 3 with and without the ball.
Notes: Be ready to play in different weather. Please have cleats and a snack at each session.
Prerequisites: Ability to have fun and learn in a group setting!
Small group tactics
$185.00 8-15 T Williams 6/12 Summit Yard Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Horse Crazy
Attention horse lovers! Learn more than you could ever imagine about horse history, science, breeds, safety, nutrition, and so much more. No need to ride or own a horse to participate in class. Class will participate in a horseless horse show.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Horse science and history
$200.00 9-12 Virginia Cunningham 3/15 Lower Hall 3 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Scientific Illustrations of Insects and their Host Plants
Students will learn how to do scientific illustrations using pens and watercolors. As in a field book format we will add illustrations of all the stages of development in both the insects and the plants. We will take information from books and from life. Learning to draw these important creatures and plants make it easy to identify, for example, one bee from another. Drawing techniques and the use of watercolors are an intricate part of what will be offered in this class.
Notes:
Prerequisites: love for drawing
Draw & paint insects and host plants
$180.00 10-18 Davette Leonard 3/12 Lower Hall Kitchen Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Rehearsal for ALICE IN WONDERLAND - Part 1
Part one of a two-part class. Students must sign up for both part one and part two of this class. We will rehearse and perform our own interpretation of Lewis Carroll's ALICE IN WONDERLAND. Taking a brief vacation from the rational mind, we'll travel on a joyful romp with Alice as she encounters the delightfully wacky characters that inhabit Wonderland. Take the beautiful, playful poetry of Carroll's classic work and add lots of physical comedy and bold characterizations, and it is a recipe for a magical stage experience for actors of any age.
Notes: IMPORTANT SCHEDULE NOTES: The performance will take place on the make up day for the fall session. There will be two extra rehearsals scheduled at the Central Library the week before the performance.
Prerequisites: While this class is intensely rewarding, that is only true because it requires commitment and work. Students must be able to stay focused and attentive throughout a three-hour rehearsal. They must learn their lines at home and show up to all rehearsals (unless they're sick). But again, that's what makes it fun!
Rehearsal for the fall play
$185.00 11-17 Lou Volpendesta 7/12 Social Hall Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
14:30-15:50
Supervised Stay
Play games with friends, work on art projects, play outside in the attached fenced playground, or work on independent projects! This class is perfect for those like to stay at CHEC all day, but don't wish to take four classes, those who have a gap between classes they want to take, those who have siblings take classes who don't wish to take a class themselves, or those who just love unstructured play time. Note that this is not a taught class. Site managers will supervise, but will not be leading activities. As such, the fee for this class contributes to our rent and insurance costs, but does not include an instructor fee. This class is intended for drop-off students, so if a parent is on site and supervising their own child, the child does not need to be enrolled in this class.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Unstructured play and social time
$60.00 5-18 Dannielle Lamison 3/10 Church Parlour Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Art Masters
Explore the techniques of Masters of Art! Each week, we will learn about an inspiring artist and create our own art following his or her style. Some examples are: Monet and dot paintings, Van Gogh and swirling images, Gauguin and use of color, Georgia O'Keefe and closeup imaging, Frida Kahlo and self portrait.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Studio art and art history
$195.00 5-8 Monica Farrell 6/12 Lower Hall 1 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Beginner Programming
Act out an algorithm. Build an animated comic. Make your own computer game. This activity-based computer class introduces programming using Snap, a language for creating interactive art, stories, and games. Basic programming elements such as variables, control structures, and input/output will be covered. We will also touch on fundamentals like the parts of a computer, an introduction to safe internet use, and understanding what an algorithm is.
Notes: Students need a laptop for this class.
Prerequisites: Students must be able to read.
Programming using Snap
$175.00 7-9 Teela James 0/8 TBA-TJUU Thomas Jefferson Memorial Closed
Herbal Medicine: Wild and Wise
This engaging class will give students the opportunity to explore the healing qualities of plants. Each class will include learning about specific herbs, creating a medicine journal of plant drawings and recipes, and making a new medicinal product to bring home each week (including lip balm, tea blends, bath salts, lotion, salve, and syrup). Skills we’ll work on: plant identification, botanical drawing, writing using descriptive vocabulary, following a recipe, kitchen safety, and patience!
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Making medicine using plants
$205.00 9-12 Kate Adamson 8/12 Lower Hall Kitchen Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Beginner and Intermediate Guitar and Songwriting
This course is for both beginner and intermediate learners. Students will learn or continue to build upon their knowledge of the basic guitar chords that are used to compose most songs. They will also learn the essential parts of a guitar and their functions, as well as basic music theory as related to rhythm and tempo. At the end of the course, students will be able to compose their own songs using basic guitar chords. They will also develop the confidence to perform or showcase their new skills. Parents are welcome to take the course with their children.
Notes: Students may rent guitars from me at $5 per session (I have 5 personal guitars to rent out, on first come first served basis), purchase personal guitars (recommended for students who wish to continue into intermediate and advanced guitar courses at CHEC), or rent from musical stores in Charlottesville. Amazon and Ebay.com also sell affordable guitars with a rating of 3 stars (out of 5) for $30 - $50.
Prerequisites: None
Finger picking, strumming, and rhythm
$185.00 10-18 Louis Torkornoo 5/15 Lower Hall 3 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Rehearsal for ALICE IN WONDERLAND - Part 2
This is part 2 of a 2 part class. Students must enroll in both part 1 and part 2 of this class. Please read part 1 for the course description.
Notes:
Prerequisites:
Rehearsal for the fall play
$185.00 11-17 Lou Volpendesta 8/12 Social Hall Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
LEGO Engineering Challenges
A single Lego brick can support nearly a half ton. The engineering feats that can be constructed by combining these bricks are limitless, and can apply to nearly any real-world STEM situation. Sounds simple, right? That's how it will feel when you take your skills to the next level through hands-on missions to construct super-strong bridges, indestructible towers, and ultra-fast cars.
Notes: This class is co-taught by a mother-son team: Emily & Liam Mohajeri Norris. Liam, age 16, is an avid LEGO designer and enthusiast who has years of experience with LEGO robotics and running LEGO building challenge workshops for all ages.
Prerequisites: Interest in LEGO and/or engineering and physics principles.
Use LEGO to learn engineering & physics
$170.00 12-18 Emily Norris 9/10 Lower Hall 2 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
15:50-16:15
From Dreams to Games: Game Development In Godot 3.0 (ONLINE OFFERING)
In this course, students will learn how to use free and open source software to turn their dreams into games that are playable by them and their friends! We will cover many subjects concerning the usage of the open source game engine "Godot 3.0", as well as several supporting tools which are used for the creation and modification of assets in your games. There will be coding involved in some portions of the course, but example code for editing will be provided along with videos describing what the code is doing. This course will be an online offering. Students will be able to proceed through the subjects at their own pace, asking questions as they go. Each subject will have a video on YouTube as well as a document in Google Docs outlining the video’s content and posing some creative challenges to the student. I will be available via email for questions and help throughout most of the day on weekdays. If in person assistance is requested, I will be available for the students between 5 and 7pm on weekdays. I will work with any student to find a time that works for them, so please don't hesitate to ask. Offering the course in this format allows the course to cover more material more deeply while allowing students all of the time necessary to fully understand the materials. I look forward to working with each of you!
Notes:
Prerequisites: Students must have access to the internet and a computer. Some computers older than 5yrs of age are unable to run some of the tools due to graphics support.
Game dev with free tools
$170.00 8-18 Jeffrey Glenn 5/20 TBA-TJUU Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open
Programming with Minecraft (ONLINE OFFERING)
Make it rain chickens! Detect valuable ore beneath your feet! Spawn 1000 blocks of TNT with a single command! Using MakeCode for Minecraft, a block-based programming language, students will learn the fundamentals of computer science by altering the behavior of their own Minecraft worlds. The class will cover programming basics such as variables, iteration, conditionals, and event handling through various guided programming tutorials and independent projects. This online class aims to deliver computer programming instruction to a wide range of students with varying levels of proficiency through one-on-one instruction at a distance. There is NO class meeting. We will communicate entirely via email. Weekly homework will be assigned--a short reading and a small project with step by step instructions. Students working independently can learn at their own pace. Students wishing to progress faster can do so and will receive a new assignment each time they finish one. Returning Minecraft students are welcome! We'll just pick up where you stopped last time. For students who need in person assistance we can arrange to meet at CHEC during the normally scheduled CHEC day.
Notes: This course does not have a scheduled meeting time! Students work at home at their own pace. Students need a Windows 10 computer with a purchased copy of the Windows 10 edition of Minecraft (if you only own the Java edition of Minecraft, you should have a download code available on your Mojang account to acquire the Windows 10 Edition for free). Apple users can run Bootcamp, which allows you to install Windows 10 on Apple hardware. Students should have their own email address for correspondence with the instructor (or a parent willing to receive and send email for them).
Prerequisites: Prior experience with Minecraft and a computer capable of running the Windows 10 version of Minecraft (see Notes section) Sufficient reading and writing skills for reading instructions and communicating via email (or have a parent who doesn't mind helping). Ability to work independently and be motivated to work outside a classroom.
Learn to program with Minecraft
$170.00 8-18 Tom Lynch 4/8 TBA-TJUU Thomas Jefferson Memorial Open