Middle-School Enrichment Registration is now open. Please contact us at programs@slaschool.org with any questions.

ROLLING ENROLLMENT

Sex Education

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Time: 4:00–4:45 PM
Course Fee: $140
Location: Main Campus
Dates: Wednesdays
Nov. 6, 20
Dec. 4, 11

Session One:
Gender Identity and Sexual Orientations

Session Two:
Puberty and Growing Up

Session Three:
Expressions of Sexuality

Session Four:
Setting Boundaries and Consent

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Language

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Time: 4:00–5:30 pm
Course Fee: $675 (materials fee: $20)
Location: Main Campus
Dates:
Sept. 18, 25
Oct. 2, 16, 23, 30
Nov. 6, 13, 20
Dec. 4, 11, 18
Jan. 8, 15, 22

This modified immersion class caters to children with limited or no exposure to French. Through exercises and activities, students learn the basics of French grammar and vocabulary, and develop the confidence to express themselves in a variety of situations. A materials fee covers the required FLE (français langue étrangère) textbook. Children practice speaking, reading, and writing.

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Time: 4:00–5:30 pm
Course Fee: $380
Location: Main Campus
Dates:
Nov. 7, 14, 21
Dec. 12, 19
Jan. 9, 16, 23

This 90 minutes class offers a space for kids to unwind, find academic support and then turn to the creative. Children will enter the realms of fantasy and the imagination as they engage in theater games and  create stories in which they play the characters of their choice. Students explore French poetry as well as cover ground of current events to create performances in French. This class is appropriate for children with a French immersion or dual language program background.
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Time: 4:00–5:30 PM
Course Fee: $475
Location: Main Campus
Dates: Please note that this class runs for only ten sessions from October to January. 
Oct. 21, 28
Nov. 4, 18, 25
Dec. 2, 9, 16
Jan. 6, 13

In this 90–minute class, middle schoolers get French homework support, then dive into filmmaking for a change of gears from their school day. Émile Bertherat (an award-winning film producer in Europe and adjunct lecturer of French cinema at Stanford) guides students in realizing their ideas with simple techniques. By the end of the term, the group will have produced a short film, in French, from script to editing to post production. This class is appropriate for children with a French immersion or French dual language program background with a high-intermediate to advanced level of French.

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