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    • September 15, 2018
    • December 15, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • 10
    Registration is closed

    Biotechnology

    This course will cover biotechnology, genetic engineering, and synthetic biology. No prior knowledge of biology is required. Each class will have short lectures but will mainly focus on hands-on lab activities using high-quality microscopes, DNA-copying thermocyclers, DNA analysis gels, cell culture supplies, centrifuges, and other professional laboratory equipment.

    When: Saturdays 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
    Instructor: Dr. Todd H. Rider (thor@riderinstitute.org)

    This program is designed to provide laboratory experience and overview of fundamentals for individuals working at a range of levels. The level of learning will depend on the choice of textbook (from among the two suggested), the preparation of the individual, and the amount of work the individual does at home. Parents are encouraged to review the textbooks suggested in the syllabus to determine whether this course will meet the child's needs. Please consult with Dr. Rider prior to registration if you have any questions.

    It is recommended (though not required) that students buy a biology textbook for supplementary readings during each week. Students can use either Molecular Biology Made Simple and Fun or Campbell Biology.

    See syllabus for more details.


    Please be aware that some of the labs in Dr. Rider's Biotechnology class will use candles or alcohol burners as heat sources. Please contact Dr. Rider if they have any concerns or feel extra measures to ensure safety may be necessary for your child. For instance, you may request that your child observe, but not participate in, the portions of the lab using a heat source. You may also request notification of dates when a heat source will be used, so that you can provide your child with extra support in safely conducting these labs.


    About the Instructor

    Dr. Todd H. Rider received his Ph.D. from MIT, and his research has been featured in magazines ranging from Science to Time and on TV programs from NBC’s Nightly News to BBC’s Horizon. In biology research, he invented and developed the CANARY sensor, which uses genetically engineered white blood cells to rapidly identify bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Dr. Rider also invented the DRACO broad-spectrum antiviral therapeutics and demonstrated that they are safe and effective against 18 different viruses in cells and 4 viruses in mice. In physics research, he discovered fundamental physical limitations on nuclear fusion reactors, analyzed antimatter rocket engines, and demonstrated methods to combine numerous laser beams to form more powerful laser beams. He created the K-12 Science on Saturday program at MIT and has over 25 years of experience teaching biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, engineering, and archaeology courses to students at all levels. He is currently working on his plan for world domination.

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    • September 17, 2018
    • December 10, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • 17
    Registration is closed

    Human Anatomy and Physiology

    This course will cover human anatomy, physiology, disease, diagnostics, and therapeutics. No prior knowledge of biology is required. Each class will have short lectures but will mainly focus on hands-on lab activities using high-quality microscopes, centrifuges, DNA analysis gels, and other professional laboratory equipment. 

    When: Mondays 10:30 am - Noon
    Instructor: Dr. Todd H. Rider (thor@riderinstitute.org)

    This program is designed to provide laboratory experience and overview of fundamentals for individuals working at a range of levels. The level of learning will depend on the choice of textbook (from among the two suggested), the preparation of the individual, and the amount of work the individual does at home. Parents are encouraged to review the textbooks suggested in the syllabus to determine whether this course will meet the child's needs. Please consult with Dr. Rider prior to registration if you have any questions.

    It is recommended (though not required) that students buy a biology textbook for supplementary readings during each week. Students can use either Miller & Levine’s Biology or Campbell Biology.

    See syllabus for more details.

    Please be aware that some of the labs in Dr. Rider's Anatomy and Physiology class will use candles or alcohol burners as heat sources. Please contact Dr. Rider if they have any concerns or feel extra measures to ensure safety may be necessary for your child. For instance, you may request that your child observe, but not participate in, the portions of the lab using a heat source. You may also request notification of dates when a heat source will be used, so that you can provide your child with extra support in safely conducting these labs.


    Drop-Off "Chaperones"

    In order to ensure safety, we require that at least one additional adult remain on site when this program is in session. We will need parents to take turns in this role, which will entail: allowing us to run a CORI check, helping with any emergency situation that may arise, and remaining on site until all children and teens have been picked up. Please plan to sign up for one or two weeks as the designated "chaperone."


    About the Instructor

    Dr. Todd H. Rider received his Ph.D. from MIT, and his research has been featured in magazines ranging from Science to Time and on TV programs from NBC’s Nightly News to BBC’s Horizon. In biology research, he invented and developed the CANARY sensor, which uses genetically engineered white blood cells to rapidly identify bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Dr. Rider also invented the DRACO broad-spectrum antiviral therapeutics and demonstrated that they are safe and effective against 18 different viruses in cells and 4 viruses in mice. In physics research, he discovered fundamental physical limitations on nuclear fusion reactors, analyzed antimatter rocket engines, and demonstrated methods to combine numerous laser beams to form more powerful laser beams. He created the K-12 Science on Saturday program at MIT and has over 25 years of experience teaching biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, engineering, and archaeology courses to students at all levels. He is currently working on his plan for world domination.

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    • September 17, 2018
    • December 10, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • 16
    Registration is closed

    Chemistry

    This course will cover chemistry and its practical applications. No prior knowledge of chemistry is required. Each class will have short lectures but will mainly focus on hands-on lab activities using centrifuges, balances, spectroscopes, Geiger counters, and other professional laboratory equipment.

    When: Mondays 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
    Instructor: Dr. Todd H. Rider (thor@riderinstitute.org)

    This program is designed to provide laboratory experience and overview of fundamentals for individuals working at a range of levels. The level of learning will depend on the choice of textbook (from among the two suggested), the preparation of the individual, and the amount of work the individual does at home. Parents are encouraged to review the textbooks suggested in the syllabus to determine whether this course will meet the child's needs. Please consult with Dr. Rider prior to registration if you have any questions.

    It is recommended (though not required) that students buy a chemistry textbook for supplementary readings during each week. Students can use either Wilbraham’s Chemistry or Brown and LeMay’s Chemistry: The Central Science.

    See syllabus for more details.

    Please be aware that some of the labs in Dr. Rider's Chemistry class will use candles or alcohol burners as heat sources. Please contact Dr. Rider if they have any concerns or feel extra measures to ensure safety may be necessary for your child. For instance, you may request that your child observe, but not participate in, the portions of the lab using a heat source. You may also request notification of dates when a heat source will be used, so that you can provide your child with extra support in safely conducting these labs.


    Drop-Off "Chaperones"

    In order to ensure safety, we require that at least one additional adult remain on site when this program is in session. We will need parents to take turns in this role, which will entail: allowing us to run a CORI check, helping with any emergency situation that may arise, and remaining on site until all children and teens have been picked up. Please plan to sign up for one or two weeks as the designated "chaperone."


    About the Instructor

    Dr. Todd H. Rider received his Ph.D. from MIT, and his research has been featured in magazines ranging from Science to Time and on TV programs from NBC’s Nightly News to BBC’s Horizon. In biology research, he invented and developed the CANARY sensor, which uses genetically engineered white blood cells to rapidly identify bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Dr. Rider also invented the DRACO broad-spectrum antiviral therapeutics and demonstrated that they are safe and effective against 18 different viruses in cells and 4 viruses in mice. In physics research, he discovered fundamental physical limitations on nuclear fusion reactors, analyzed antimatter rocket engines, and demonstrated methods to combine numerous laser beams to form more powerful laser beams. He created the K-12 Science on Saturday program at MIT and has over 25 years of experience teaching biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, engineering, and archaeology courses to students at all levels. He is currently working on his plan for world domination.

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    • September 18, 2018
    • December 18, 2018
    • 13 sessions

    Tuesday Coop members only.

    At Coop families gather each week to learn, share our knowledge and interests, and have fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13–week fall or spring session.

    Coop families collaborate to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Along the way, children, teens, and adults cultivate deep friendships, many of which extend beyond our building’s walls. Voyagers Coop offers a wide variety of study groups, clubs and activities designed by members and led by parents and youth. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day.

    For more information about Coop, see the Coop section.

    Interested in joining a Coop day? Contact us.

    • September 19, 2018
    • December 19, 2018
    • 13 sessions

    Members only coop. 

    At Coop families gather each week to learn, share our knowledge and interests, and have fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13–week fall or spring session.

    Coop families collaborate to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Along the way, children, teens, and adults cultivate deep friendships, many of which extend beyond our building’s walls. Voyagers Coop offers a wide variety of study groups, clubs and activities designed by members and led by parents and youth. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day.

    For more information about Coop, see the Coop section of the website.

    Interested in joining a coop day? Contact us!

    • September 20, 2018
    • May 09, 2019
    • 27 sessions
    • 12
    Registration is closed

    Our Whole Lives helps participants make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health and behavior. With a holistic approach, Our Whole Lives provides accurate, developmentally appropriate information about a range of topics, including relationships, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual health, and cultural influences on sexuality.

    Our Whole Lives curricula are based on the Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (PDF) produced by the National Guidelines Task Force, a group of leading health, education, and sexuality professionals assembled by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). In every category of assessment, the curriculum meets or exceeds the National Standards for Sexuality Education Core Curriculum, K-12.

    Our Whole Lives is used in a broad range of settings, including public, charter, and private schools; after-school programs; youth groups; colleges; as well as in faith communities. Although the curriculum was developed by two religious organizations, Our Whole Lives contains no religious references or doctrine.

    The Our Whole Lives program at Voyagers will be led by trained facilitators Jennifer Moore and Gregory Westland.

    Includes a parent orientation and 24 sessions running during Voyagers Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 terms. May 9, 2019, is reserved as a make-up date. 

     The registration fee covers both terms. This session is for ages 12-14 or grades 7-9. A separate session for grades 10-12 is also being offered.


    More information:

    For questions about OWL at Voyagers, contact: OWL@voyagersinc.org

    General information about Our Whole Lives


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    • September 20, 2018
    • May 09, 2019
    • 27 sessions
    • 10
    Registration is closed

    Our Whole Lives helps participants make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health and behavior. With a holistic approach, Our Whole Lives provides accurate, developmentally appropriate information about a range of topics, including relationships, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual health, and cultural influences on sexuality.

    Our Whole Lives curricula are based on the Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (PDF) produced by the National Guidelines Task Force, a group of leading health, education, and sexuality professionals assembled by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). In every category of assessment, the curriculum meets or exceeds the National Standards for Sexuality Education Core Curriculum, K-12.

    Our Whole Lives is used in a broad range of settings, including public, charter, and private schools; after-school programs; youth groups; colleges; as well as in faith communities. Although the curriculum was developed by two religious organizations, Our Whole Lives contains no religious references or doctrine.

    The Our Whole Lives program at Voyagers will be led by trained facilitators Jennifer Moore and Gregory Westland.

    Includes a parent orientation and 24 sessions running during Voyagers Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 terms. May 9, 2019, is reserved as a make-up date. 

     The registration fee covers both terms. 

    This session is for ages 14+ or grades 10-12. A separate session for grades 7-9 is also being offered.


    More information:

    For questions about OWL at Voyagers, contact: OWL@voyagersinc.org

    General information about Our Whole Lives


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    • September 20, 2018
    • December 20, 2018
    • 13 sessions

    Thursday Coop Members Only.

    At Coop families gather each week to learn, share our knowledge and interests, and have fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13–week fall or spring session.

    Coop families collaborate to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Along the way, children, teens, and adults cultivate deep friendships, many of which extend beyond our building’s walls. Voyagers Coop offers a wide variety of study groups, clubs and activities designed by members and led by parents and youth. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day.

    For more information about Coop, see the Coop section of the website.

    Interested in joining a coop day? Contact us!

    • September 20, 2018
    • February 14, 2019
    • 20 sessions
    • 12
    Register

    Voyagers Mock Trial Team, with the help of a teacher-coach and a volunteer attorney-coach, will study civil and criminal law, rules of evidence, and courtroom trial procedures, as part of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Mock Trial Program. Participants will read material from actual case decisions and statutes; will learn to help prepare the entire case for both the prosecution and the defense; and will assume the roles of attorneys and witnesses in competitions against other teams.

    During the first few weeks, we will cover the basics of the court system and trial procedures plus opportunities to hone presentation skills. The case materials for the competition will likely be available in early November. 

    This is a high-school level program open to homeschoolers who wish to participate and are able to handle the material. All team members will contribute during meetings and rehearsals to help prepare the case for trial. However, not all members may be assigned roles on the competitive team. Massachusetts Bar Association Mock Trial rules permit only high school students, or homeschoolers enrolled at a high school level, to compete. Voyagers allows younger members to participate on the team but they are not permitted to compete per MA Bar Assoc. rules. 

    This is a serious competitive team which requires a strong commitment from all the members! Please do not sign up for this program unless you can commit to all the homework, the meetings, and competition dates. 


    Homework

    This program will often require several hours of homework per week, including reading, some writing, and some small group work, in preparation for the competitions. Team members will be required to complete a portion of work online.


    Competitions

    Voyagers will compete with at least three other Mock Trial teams on various weekday afternoons between late January and mid-February. Depending on our team's success, we might continue competing in late February - early March. Dates and courtroom locations will be set by the MA Bar Association and announced when the time approaches. 


    Schedule

    Thursdays from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM during the fall term and into the spring term. This program continues to meet through Voyagers' winter break with time off around the holidays. As the competitions approach, some longer and/or additional practice times will be scheduled, as needed. The end date will be in late February or early March, depending on the schedule for competitions.


    How to Join Mock Trial

    Voyagers' Mock Trial Team is open to homeschoolers working at the high school level. Individuals who are enrolled in a school are not eligible to participate in Voyagers Mock Trial Team according to Massachusetts Bar Association rules.

    Registration for current Voyagers members is $50. There is no registration fee for members of Voyagers Thursday Coop.

    Registration for nonmembers is $150 and includes a Voyagers Family Membership.


    There will be an additional materials fee of $25 payable to the study group leader.


    For more information

    Voyagers Mock Trial Program: mocktrial.team@voyagersinc.org

    Massachusetts Bar Association Mock Trial Program


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    • September 21, 2018
    • December 14, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    Join waitlist

    This class will focus on writing research type essays. 


    Students may pick any topic they'd like to learn more about, or use a paper for another subject, such as writing, science, or history.  


    Topics will include how to choose a good topic (not to broad, not too narrow), how to organize your information, how to take notes, how to organize the essay (general structure, 5-paragraph and beyond), editing and revising, and MLA formatting. The workshop will also include warm-ups in grammar and mechanics, and individualized instruction on those topics as needed.  


    Expectations

    This is a serious, high-school level course. Recommended age: 13+.

    Weekly homework will be required, with assignments geared to the individual's writing level.


    Prerequisites

    This will be a small-group, individualized class. I can work with many different levels -- from kids who haven't written essays before to kids who want to hone their skills -- in the same class, so everyone's welcome! 


    Materials

    There is nothing to purchase for this class.  I will be drawing on many resources, which may include Michael Clay Thompson LA, Killgallon Sentence Composing, The Lively Art of Writing, Pattern Based Writing, Schaum, and others.


    Dropping off your teen or staying at Voyagers

    Our Friday Resource Center classes allow drop-off for specific classes taken à la carte. This is not a staffed drop-off program or hang-out time for teens. In addition to the instructors leading classes, a volunteer chaperone will be present in the common areas at Voyagers during the Resource Center classes and the breaks in between classes. Teens registered for multiple classes may stay at Voyagers between classes; they are expected to wait quietly in the common areas. Any teen who is disruptive may lose the privilege of staying at Voyagers between classes.

    Parents are welcome to wait in the common areas at Voyagers while their teens are in their classes. We ask that you and any accompanying children show respect for our neighbors by keeping the noise level down. Please clean up after yourself. We do not have a paid cleaning crew. Please leave our space as you found it, which includes not leaving dirty dishes or food items.

    We are looking for additional volunteers to take turns as chaperones. Please let contact Julie Szekely Paine if you are planning on staying at Voyagers while your teen is in classes and would be willing to take some turns as a chaperone. Our volunteer chaperones enable us to offer the option of dropping teens off at these programs, and we appreciate the service they provide. As a volunteer-run organization with no staff, we are not able to offer this option without the contributions of parent volunteers.


    About the instructor

    Erin homeschooled her own children through high school which was when she found her  passion for teaching language.  She began by teaching Spanish to small homeschool groups with her own kids as part of the class almost 10 years ago, and has been teaching classes and tutoring in Spanish, German, and English LA ever since.  

    Erin has always had a penchant for collecting curricula which approach teaching from numerous angles and for a variety of learning styles.  This has made her teaching style extremely versatile and adaptive to the needs of the kids in her classes with great results.


    Contact

    For information regarding content, contact the instructor, Erin Heinold.
    For logistical questions, contact Julie Szekely Paine.
    • September 21, 2018
    • December 14, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • Voyagers

    The Enlightenment Revolutions

    In this class we will study the American Revolution in its global context. We’ll spend the first 2/3 of the class examining America’s colonial history and the circumstances in Europe that led this breakaway group of feisty upstarts to insist on creating their own country, independent of kings and queens and taxation without representation.

    But we’ll also look at those who were wary of this new American project — most notably enslaved Africans and the Native population, who accurately predicted that independence from Britain would hurt their cause more than it would help. How do we reconcile this understanding of our history?

    In the last 1/3 of the class we will compare the American Revolution to the French and Haitian Revolutions, which happened at roughly the same time and were also the product of Enlightenment ideals. John Adams, America’s nerdy second president, was horrified by the chaos of the French Revolution, but other Founding Fathers found it inspiring and indeed quite entertaining.

    The United States likes to present itself as a unified country with a unified “origin story,” but that’s hardly the case. We’ve been squabbling amongst ourselves for 400 years. This class will help you understand the American Revolution, but it will also give you a much deeper appreciation of the historical roots of modern-day political debates.

    DETAILS: 

    Suggested age range: 13+

    Outside work: 2 to 3 hours per week (video + readings)

    When: Fridays, 11:00-12:00, Sept. 21-Dec. 14, 2018. No class Nov. 23.

    Fee: $250 for the semester, which includes a non-refundable registration fee of $10. Please read Rise Out's media policy. $10 discount for Voyagers members. Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need.  (Rise Out waivers and payment plan information.)

    Note: Students who enroll in all three Rise Out classes offered on Fridays at Voyagers receive a $100 discount on the third class.

    REGISTER

    • September 21, 2018
    • February 01, 2019
    • 34 sessions
    Register

    Content

    This course will cover the foundations of grammar needed for reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The small-group format will provide lots of opportunities to practice speaking. 

    We will start with a quick review of Spanish 1 topics and move on to learning the preterite, imperfect, and present progressive tenses, formal commands, and lots more vocabulary.  


    Schedule

    Friday class sessions will be held at Voyagers from 12:00 to 1:30.
    Tuesday class sessions will be held online from 3:30 to 5:00.

    This is the first half of a 2-semester Spanish 2 class. The second semester (Spanish 2b) will run on Tuesdays 3:30-5:00 (online)  and Fridays 12:00-1:30, from February through June, dates TBD.  The cost of each semester is $350.


    Expectations

    This is a serious, high-school level course. Recommended age: 13+.

    Expect about 3-4 hours of homework a week.  Assessments will be classroom participation, vocabulary quizzes, and unit exams.   


    Prerequisites

    Student should have a solid grasp of verb conjugations in the present tense (regular, stem-changing, irregular tener, venir, dar, hacer, ver, gustar, ser/estar), affirmative tú commands, subject and direct object pronouns, possessive adjectives, adjective agreement, comparatives, ordinal numbers.  A good base vocabulary including numbers (incl. date/time formats), foods, clothing, classroom and household items, places, transportation, body parts, adjectives for mood, personality, color, size, etc.

    If you did not take Spanish 1 at Voyagers Independent Learning Center last spring, please contact the instructor, Erin Heinold, regarding placement in the correct level of Spanish.


    Materials

    Materials fee: $35, which will include ¡Avancemos! 2 online content, Cuaderno práctica por niveles.  

    The materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class.


    About the Instructor

    Erin started learning languages very young at home, eventually studying Spanish and German at UMass Amherst.  She has spent periods of her life living in Germany, Mexico, and Spain which has given her full fluent proficiency as well as authentic accents in both languages.  

    Erin homeschooled her own children through high school which was when she found her  passion for teaching language.  She began by teaching Spanish to small homeschool groups with her own kids as part of the class almost 10 years ago, and has been teaching classes and tutoring in Spanish, German, and English LA ever since.  

    Erin has always had a penchant for collecting curricula which approach teaching from numerous angles and for a variety of learning styles.  This has made her teaching style extremely versatile and adaptive to the needs of the kids in her classes with great results.


    Dropping off your teen or staying at Voyagers

    Our Friday Resource Center classes allow drop-off for specific classes taken à la carte. This is not a staffed drop-off program or hang-out time for teens. In addition to the instructors leading classes, a volunteer chaperone will be present in the common areas at Voyagers during the Resource Center classes and the breaks in between classes. Teens registered for multiple classes may stay at Voyagers between classes; they are expected to wait quietly in the common areas. Any teen who is disruptive may lose the privilege of staying at Voyagers between classes.

    Parents are welcome to wait in the common areas at Voyagers while their teens are in their classes. We ask that you and any accompanying children show respect for our neighbors by keeping the noise level down. Please clean up after yourself. We do not have a paid cleaning crew. Please leave our space as you found it, which includes not leaving dirty dishes or food items.

    We are looking for additional volunteers to take turns as chaperones. Please let contact Julie Szekely Paine if you are planning on staying at Voyagers while your teen is in classes and would be willing to take some turns as a chaperone. Our volunteer chaperones enable us to offer the option of dropping teens off at these programs, and we appreciate the service they provide. As a volunteer-run organization with no staff, we are not able to offer this option without the contributions of parent volunteers.


    Contact

    For information regarding content, contact the instructor, Erin Heinold.
    For logistical questions, contact Julie Szekely Paine.
    • September 21, 2018
    • December 14, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • Voyagers

    BIG HISTORY


    The Big History Project is a social studies course that spans 13.8 billion years. It weaves insights from many disciplines to form a single story that helps us better understand people, civilizations, and how we are connected to everything around us.

    Rise Out has adapted this curriculum into a three-semester format suitable for homeschoolers. In this first semester we will cover the first four thresholds of “big history”:

    1. The Big Bang
    2. Stars Light Up
    3. New Chemical Elements
    4. Earth and the Solar System

    Later semesters will cover the beginning of life, human evolution, the invention of agriculture and civilization, the modern revolution, and speculations about “deep future.”

    Although taught as a history course, this first semester can also be considered an introductory science class. It’s ideal for students who are more interested in history than math, and are searching for a science class that approaches astronomy, cosmology, chemistry, and other scientific topics from a philosophical perspective. (It’s also good for students more interested in science than history, and are searching for a history class about science!)

    This is an ambitious course that will have at least 3 hours of homework every week, including writing assignments and a semester-long timeline project that you do at home. You also have the option of taking this course for a grade. Taking it for a grade is not required, but we’re offering this option because some parents have requested more ways to show colleges that their students’ work has passed independent assessment.

    This is an exciting class that we’ve spent over a year developing. It combines art, archaeology, philosophy, biology, astronomy, history, geology, and other disciplines to answer the question: “How did we get here?”

    For more information about The Big History Project and the curriculum we will be using, see David Christian’s TED Talk or visit The Big History Project web page.

    DETAILS:

    Suggested age range: 13+

    Outside work: 3+ hours of homework per week. All materials are provided online. Students will need an internet connection and access to a computer or laptop with a keyboard and reasonable screen size. The course can be accessed by a smart phone but the readings have not been adapted for small screens and the writing assignments require a keyboard.

    When: Fridays from 12:30-1:30, Sept. 21-Dec. 14, 2018. No class Nov. 23.

    Fee: $250 for the semester, which includes a non-refundable registration fee of $10. There will be one required $2.99 YouTube movie rental midway through the semester. Please read Rise Out's media policy. $10 discount for Voyagers members. Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need.  (Rise Out waivers and payment plan information)

    Note: Students who enroll in all three Rise Out classes offered on Fridays at Voyagers receive a $100 discount on the third class.

    REGISTER

    • September 21, 2018
    • December 14, 2018
    • 12 sessions
    • Voyagers

    RISE OUT

    1492

    In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue…

    You are no doubt familiar with this year and why it matters from an American history perspective. In this class, though, we are going to back up and apply a wide-angle lens toward the entire globe.

    We’ll look at how the year 1492 was experienced around the world, beginning with China, the pre-eminent world power at the time. From there we’ll explore how this year changed the course of history for India, the Ottoman Empire, the Aztecs, the Maya, the Inca, the Tainos people of what would be known as Hispaniola (where Columbus initially landed), the Songhai Empire of Mali, Africa’s Gold Coast, Spain, England, and the rest of Europe.

    DETAILS:

    Suggested age range: 13+

    Outside work: Several short videos + 10 to 20 pages of reading per week. Some readings will be challenging for younger students, but we will go over them in class.

    When & where: Fridays at Voyagers in Chelmsford (directions) from 1:30-2:30, Sept. 21-Dec. 14, 2018. No class Nov. 23.

    Fee: $250 for the semester, which includes a non-refundable registration fee of $10. Please read Rise Out's media policy. $10 discount for Voyagers members. Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need.  (Rise Out waivers and payment plan information.)

    Note: Students who enroll in all three Rise Out classes offered on Fridays at Voyagers receive a $100 discount on the third class.

    REGISTER

    • September 21, 2018
    • February 01, 2019
    • 34 sessions
    Register

    This course will introduce Spanish grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The small-group format will provide lots of opportunities to practice speaking. 

    We will cover verb conjugations in the present tense (regular, stem-changing, irregular tener, venir, dar, hacer, ver, gustar, ser/estar), affirmative tú commands, subject and direct object pronouns, possessive adjectives, adjective agreement, comparatives, ordinal numbers, and lots of vocabulary.  


    Schedule

    Friday class sessions will be held at Voyagers from 1:30- 3:00, September 21 through February 1Tuesday class sessions will be held online, time TBD, September 25 through January 29. 

    This is the first half of a 2-semester Spanish 2 class. The second semester (Spanish 1b) will run on Tuesdays, time TBD, (online)  and Fridays 1:30- 3:00 from February through June, dates TBD.  The cost of each semester is $350.


    Expectations

    This is a serious, high-school level course. Recommended age: 13+.

    Expect about 3-4 hours of homework a week.  Assessments will be classroom participation, vocabulary quizzes, and unit exams.   


    Prerequisites

    This is a beginning Spanish class; previous Spanish exposure is helpful but not necessary.


    Materials

    Materials fee: $35, which will include ¡Avancemos! 1 online content, Cuaderno práctica por niveles.  

    The materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class.


    About the Instructor

    Erin started learning languages very young at home, eventually studying Spanish and German at UMass Amherst.  She has spent periods of her life living in Germany, Mexico, and Spain which has given her full fluent proficiency as well as authentic accents in both languages.  

    Erin homeschooled her own children through high school which was when she found her  passion for teaching language.  She began by teaching Spanish to small homeschool groups with her own kids as part of the class almost 10 years ago, and has been teaching classes and tutoring in Spanish, German, and English LA ever since.  

    Erin has always had a penchant for collecting curricula which approach teaching from numerous angles and for a variety of learning styles.  This has made her teaching style extremely versatile and adaptive to the needs of the kids in her classes with great results.


    Dropping off your teen or staying at Voyagers

    Our Friday Resource Center classes allow drop-off for specific classes taken à la carte. This is not a staffed drop-off program or hang-out time for teens. In addition to the instructors leading classes, a volunteer chaperone will be present in the common areas at Voyagers during the Resource Center classes and the breaks in between classes. Teens registered for multiple classes may stay at Voyagers between classes; they are expected to wait quietly in the common areas. Any teen who is disruptive may lose the privilege of staying at Voyagers between classes.

    Parents are welcome to wait in the common areas at Voyagers while their teens are in their classes. We ask that you and any accompanying children show respect for our neighbors by keeping the noise level down. Please clean up after yourself. We do not have a paid cleaning crew. Please leave our space as you found it, which includes not leaving dirty dishes or food items.

    We are looking for additional volunteers to take turns as chaperones. Please let contact Julie Szekely Paine if you are planning on staying at Voyagers while your teen is in classes and would be willing to take some turns as a chaperone. Our volunteer chaperones enable us to offer the option of dropping teens off at these programs, and we appreciate the service they provide. As a volunteer-run organization with no staff, we are not able to offer this option without the contributions of parent volunteers.


    Contact

    For information regarding content, contact the instructor, Erin Heinold.
    For logistical questions, contact Julie Szekely Paine.
    • September 21, 2018
    • February 01, 2019
    • 17 sessions
    Register

    This is a continuation of the Algebra course begun last year at Voyagers Independent Learning Center. We’ll be picking up where we left off last Spring, reviewing expression manipulation, multivariable algebra and graphs. We will continue onto radicals, polynomials, functions, and quadratics, and beyond!

    Enrollment in this class will be limited to 5 students to allow for plenty of attention to each individual's needs.


    Expectations

    Recommended age: 13+.

    Homework will be required weekly.


    Prerequisites

    If your teen was not in the Algebra class last spring at Voyagers Independent Learning Center, please contact the instructor to determine whether this class will meet your  teen's needs. 


    Schedule

    This is the first semester of a 2-semester course. The second semester will be offered from 1:40 PM to 2:40 PM, February through June, dates TBD. The price for each 17-week semester is $280.

    Materials

    Jacob's Algebra 1. Texts are available for loan; no purchase is necessary.


    About the Instructor

    Greg grew up as a member of Voyagers Coop and participated until he moved on to college.. Greg studied music composition at New York University and graduated from Fitchburg State University with a BS in Game Design. He has taught students in programming, math, music, writing, and art. He loves video games and music of all sorts and talks about them incessantly to anyone he can get to sit still long enough to listen. 

    Dropping off your teen or staying at Voyagers

    Our Friday Resource Center classes allow drop-off for specific classes taken à la carte. This is not a staffed drop-off program or hang-out time for teens. In addition to the instructors leading classes, a volunteer chaperone will be present in the common areas at Voyagers during the Resource Center classes and the breaks in between classes. Teens registered for multiple classes may stay at Voyagers between classes; they are expected to wait quietly in the common areas. Any teen who is disruptive may lose the privilege of staying at Voyagers between classes.

    Parents are welcome to wait in the common areas at Voyagers while their teens are in their classes. We ask that you and any accompanying children show respect for our neighbors by keeping the noise level down. Please clean up after yourself. We do not have a paid cleaning crew. Please leave our space as you found it, which includes not leaving dirty dishes or food items.

    We are looking for additional volunteers to take turns as chaperones. Please let contact Julie Szekely Paine if you are planning on staying at Voyagers while your teen is in classes and would be willing to take some turns as a chaperone. Our volunteer chaperones enable us to offer the option of dropping teens off at these programs, and we appreciate the service they provide. As a volunteer-run organization with no staff, we are not able to offer this option without the contributions of parent volunteers.


    Contact

    For information regarding content or placement in this class, contact the instructor, Gregory Westland.
    For logistical questions, contact Julie Szekely Paine.
    • September 21, 2018
    • February 01, 2019
    • 19 sessions
    • 4
    Register

    Learn to program, create 3D art, develop video games, and explore new media! We will be exploring and developing in Unity 5, a free-to-use game engine popular with both hobbyists and professionals, as well as Autodesk Maya, a professional suite of 3D modeling and animation tools used in games and film that is available for free to students. This course is largely participant guided, and we will focus on the aspects of the software of most interest and relevance to the students’ own projects, and will be available to students of all levels of experience. 

    Expectations

    Recommended age: 13+.

    Homework will be required some weeks.


    Prerequisites

    There are no prerequisites for this course.


    Schedule

    The 12-week option for Game Design will run from September 21 through December 14. The 17-week option will continue through February 1.

    A second semester of Game Design will be offered from 2:50 PM to 4:200 PM, February through June, dates TBD. The price for each 12-week semester is $250 and for each 17-week semester is $350.


    Materials

    A Windows, Mac or Linux laptop capable of running Unity and Maya is required to get the most out of the course.


    About the Instructor

    Greg grew up as a member of Voyagers Coop and participated until he moved on to college.. Greg studied music composition at New York University and graduated from Fitchburg State University with a BS in Game Design. He has taught students in programming, math, music, writing, and art. He loves video games and music of all sorts and talks about them incessantly to anyone he can get to sit still long enough to listen. 


    Dropping off your teen or staying at Voyagers

    Our Friday Resource Center classes allow drop-off for specific classes taken à la carte. This is not a staffed drop-off program or hang-out time for teens. In addition to the instructors leading classes, a volunteer chaperone will be present in the common areas at Voyagers during the Resource Center classes and the breaks in between classes. Teens registered for multiple classes may stay at Voyagers between classes; they are expected to wait quietly in the common areas. Any teen who is disruptive may lose the privilege of staying at Voyagers between classes.

    Parents are welcome to wait in the common areas at Voyagers while their teens are in their classes. We ask that you and any accompanying children show respect for our neighbors by keeping the noise level down. Please clean up after yourself. We do not have a paid cleaning crew. Please leave our space as you found it, which includes not leaving dirty dishes or food items.

    We are looking for additional volunteers to take turns as chaperones. Please let contact Julie Szekely Paine if you are planning on staying at Voyagers while your teen is in classes and would be willing to take some turns as a chaperone. Our volunteer chaperones enable us to offer the option of dropping teens off at these programs, and we appreciate the service they provide. As a volunteer-run organization with no staff, we are not able to offer this option without the contributions of parent volunteers.


    Contact

    For information regarding content or placement in this class, contact the instructor, Gregory Westland.
    For logistical questions, contact Julie Szekely Paine.
    • September 21, 2018
    • February 01, 2019
    • 17 sessions
    Register

    We’ll be listening to and discussing a wide variety of music, including classical, blues, jazz, punk rock, EDM, hip hop and heavy metal, and seeing what connections we can draw through history and across genre. We’ll delve into protest music and the art form’s effect on politics and vice versa. Afterwards, we’ll have time for participants to socialize and play games, with favorites including Coup, Secret Hitler, and Beat Saber.


    Expectations

    Recommended age: 13+.


    Prerequisites

    There are no prerequisites for this course.


    Schedule

    The 12-week option will run from September 21 through December 14. The 17-week option will continue through February 1.


    Materials

    No materials are required for this class.


    About the Instructor

    Greg grew up as a member of Voyagers Coop and participated until he moved on to college.. Greg studied music composition at New York University and graduated from Fitchburg State University with a BS in Game Design. He has taught students in programming, math, music, writing, and art. He loves video games and music of all sorts and talks about them incessantly to anyone he can get to sit still long enough to listen. 


    Dropping off your teen or staying at Voyagers

    Our Friday Resource Center classes allow drop-off for specific classes taken à la carte. This is not a staffed drop-off program or hang-out time for teens. In addition to the instructors leading classes, a volunteer chaperone will be present in the common areas at Voyagers during the Resource Center classes and the breaks in between classes. Teens registered for multiple classes may stay at Voyagers between classes; they are expected to wait quietly in the common areas. Any teen who is disruptive may lose the privilege of staying at Voyagers between classes.

    Parents are welcome to wait in the common areas at Voyagers while their teens are in their classes. We ask that you and any accompanying children show respect for our neighbors by keeping the noise level down. Please clean up after yourself. We do not have a paid cleaning crew. Please leave our space as you found it, which includes not leaving dirty dishes or food items.

    We are looking for additional volunteers to take turns as chaperones. Please let contact Julie Szekely Paine if you are planning on staying at Voyagers while your teen is in classes and would be willing to take some turns as a chaperone. Our volunteer chaperones enable us to offer the option of dropping teens off at these programs, and we appreciate the service they provide. As a volunteer-run organization with no staff, we are not able to offer this option without the contributions of parent volunteers.


    Contact

    For information regarding content or placement in this class, contact the instructor, Gregory Westland.
    For logistical questions, contact Julie Szekely Paine.
    • November 16, 2018
    • March 08, 2019
    • 5 sessions
    • Voyagers
    Register

    The Math Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS) is designed to teach major strategies for problem solving, develop flexibility in solving problems, strengthen mathematical intuition and foster mathematical creativity and ingenuity. MOEMS consists of 5 contests, running monthly from November 2018 - March 2019. Each contest lasts 30 minutes and is made up of 5 non-routine problems requiring careful mathematical thinking, such as these sample problems

    The contests are designed to be taken as a series.  Following each contest, the answers and the solution key will be distributed and there will be an opportunity to discuss the strategies and solutions for the problems in that contest.

    The Math Olympiad is recommended for students in grades 4-8. There are two divisions: Elementary (grades 4-6) and Middle (grades 6-8).  Students younger than 4th grade are permitted to participate, but the Math Olympiad program does not recommend this due to concerns that younger children may become frustrated, rather than excited, about math.  Students having completed 8th grade are not allowed to participate.


    Cost

    $40/child for the series of 5 sessions.


    Contact

    For more information about the contest, see the MOEMS website or contact Meredith Anderson at meredithanderson@gmail.com.

    For registration questions, contact RCDirector@voyagersinc.org.

    • November 17, 2018
    • December 15, 2018
    • 4 sessions
    • 15
    Register

    Mad Scientists' Workshops: Physics

    This is a series of weekly 90-minute workshops that allow students in grades K-8 to conduct their own hands-on experiments in different fields of science and engineering. Activities feature high-quality microscopes, fossils, chemistry supplies, minerals, electronics, planetary globes, ancient artifacts, optical components, and other supplies. No prior knowledge is required.

    Nov 17: Forces and Motion
    Dec 1: Rotation
    Dec 8: Waves and acoustics
    Dec 15: Optics

    When: Saturdays 10:30 pm - Noon
    Instructor: Dr. Todd H. Rider (thor@riderinstitute.org)

    See syllabus for more details.

    About the Instructor

    Dr. Todd H. Rider received his Ph.D. from MIT, and his research has been featured in magazines ranging from Science to Time and on TV programs from NBC’s Nightly News to BBC’s Horizon. In biology research, he invented and developed the CANARY sensor, which uses genetically engineered white blood cells to rapidly identify bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Dr. Rider also invented the DRACO broad-spectrum antiviral therapeutics and demonstrated that they are safe and effective against 18 different viruses in cells and 4 viruses in mice. In physics research, he discovered fundamental physical limitations on nuclear fusion reactors, analyzed antimatter rocket engines, and demonstrated methods to combine numerous laser beams to form more powerful laser beams. He created the K-12 Science on Saturday program at MIT and has over 25 years of experience teaching biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, engineering, and archaeology courses to students at all levels. He is currently working on his plan for world domination.

    Resource Center Refund Policy

    • November 17, 2018
    • 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Voyagers
    Register

    Join us for a fun Saturday afternoon with friends...and meet new friends! All ages Family Fun, Open to the Homeschooling Community!

    Bring your favorite board games, or choose from the Voyagers game library.

    $5 per family for members, $8 per family for non-members. (Cash only.) 

    Snacks will not be provided, but you are welcome to bring something for your family or to share. We have a fridge and microwave. :)

    RSVP not required, but greatly appreciated! (Helps us set up.)

    This is not a drop off event, parents should plan to stay or arrange for a transfer of oversight. 

    Any questions? Contact Christina at RCdirector@voyagersinc.org

    • November 26, 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Voyagers
    Register

    Is your teen interested in attending community college classes? Would your teen like to earn college credit? Don’t miss the Dual Enrollment presentation offered by Middlesex Community College! If your teen attends with you, this will count as the mandatory orientation for dual enrolled students.

    This is a free event open to the public and geared towards homeschoolers.

    There will be information about the Voyagers Co-op and Resource Center, too.

    Drop-ins are also welcome.


    • December 07, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Register

    Tweens (ages 11 to 13) will be welcome to play games and socialize.

    Fee: $5.00

    Pizza $2.00 per slice

    This event is open to the homeschooling community. 

     This is not a drop-off event. A responsible adult must stay with children.


Past events

November 03, 2018 Game Day
November 02, 2018 Tween Social Events: First Fun Fridays
October 20, 2018 Mad Scientists' Workshops: Earth Science
October 05, 2018 Tween Social Events: First Fun Fridays
September 15, 2018 Mad Scientists' Workshops: Biology
September 07, 2018 Tween Social Events: First Fun Fridays
August 14, 2018 Open House
July 27, 2018 Game Day and Open House
June 25, 2018 Filmmaking Class
June 22, 2018 Game Day and Open House
June 17, 2018 SENG Parent Group
June 15, 2018 Learning Resources Fair
June 12, 2018 Learning Resources Fair Intake
June 01, 2018 Friday ILC Open House
May 20, 2018 Homeschooling Young People with Learning Differences
May 19, 2018 Spring Fling Teen Event
May 15, 2018 Late Spring Mini Coop
May 15, 2018 Tuesday Coop Open House
May 11, 2018 Friday ILC Open House
May 09, 2018 Wednesday Coop Open House
May 07, 2018 Monday ILC Open House
May 03, 2018 MCC Dual Enrollment Presentation
May 01, 2018 Fall Membership Registration Opens
April 26, 2018 Thursday Coop Open House
April 24, 2018 Tuesday Coop Visit Day
April 20, 2018 Teen Dance
April 16, 2018 Spring Break
April 07, 2018 Cocoa House
April 04, 2018 MSPCA guest speaker
March 28, 2018 guest speaker: Colleen Garry
March 27, 2018 Tuesday Coop Visit Day
March 24, 2018 Teen Dance
March 21, 2018 Board Meeting
March 14, 2018 2018 National Latin Exam
February 28, 2018 Wednesday Coop Visit Day
February 27, 2018 2018 National Mythology Exam
February 24, 2018 My Cup Ranneth Over
February 23, 2018 Teen Dance
February 21, 2018 Game Day
February 19, 2018 February Break
February 09, 2018 Resource Center Programs
February 02, 2018 Rise Out: Coming of Age
February 02, 2018 Rise Out: Climate Justice
February 02, 2018 Rise Out: The Transatlantic Slave Trade
January 30, 2018 Filmmaking for Middle School Students, ages 10-14
January 26, 2018 Biology
January 26, 2018 Earth Science
January 25, 2018 Thursday Coop
January 24, 2018 Latin 2
January 24, 2018 Wednesday Coop
January 24, 2018 Latin 1
January 24, 2018 ILC
January 23, 2018 Prep Course for 2018 National Mythology Exam
January 23, 2018 Tuesday Coop
January 22, 2018 ILC
January 22, 2018 ILC Visiting Day
January 22, 2018 Spring Term Begins
January 15, 2018 ILC Visiting Day
January 10, 2018 Winterfest
December 16, 2017 Fall Term Ends
December 08, 2017 Oak Meadow Independent Learning Information Session
December 07, 2017 Thursday Coop Visit Day
December 02, 2017 Cocoa House
December 01, 2017 ILC Visiting Day
November 20, 2017 Thanksgiving Break
November 17, 2017 MCC Presentation
November 14, 2017 AMC 8
November 14, 2017 Open House
November 04, 2017 Halloween Teen Social
October 30, 2017 Visiting Day at the Independent Learning Center
October 25, 2017 Open House
September 22, 2017 Resource Center Programs
September 15, 2017 Rise Out: Dystopian Literature
September 15, 2017 Biology
September 15, 2017 Rise Out: The Cold War
September 15, 2017 Rise Out: Witch Hunt
September 15, 2017 Environmental Science: Creating More Sustainable Cities
September 15, 2017 Earth Science
September 14, 2017 Mock Trial Team
September 14, 2017 Thursday Coop
September 13, 2017 Wednesday Coop
September 13, 2017 ILC
September 12, 2017 Tuesday Coop
September 12, 2017 Start of Fall Coop Session
September 11, 2017 ILC
September 08, 2017 Information Session for Voyagers Fall Programs
September 08, 2017 Bystander Training for Teens
August 29, 2017 Independent Learning Center Informational Session and Meetup
August 18, 2017 Independent Learning Center Informational Session and Meetup
August 13, 2017 DIY Ice Cream Social and Homeschooling Info Session
August 10, 2017 MCC Presentation
July 26, 2017 Open House and All the World's A Stage Players
June 23, 2017 Open House and Game Night
June 09, 2017 Learning Resources Fair
June 06, 2017 Learning Resources Fair Drop-Off
May 24, 2017 Open House
May 23, 2017 Early Summer Coop
May 12, 2017 Spring Sprouts
May 06, 2017 Mediterranean Nights: Teen Formal
May 05, 2017 No Drop-In May 5th
May 04, 2017 MCC Presentation
May 01, 2017 Last Week of Coop
April 28, 2017 Fold and Fly: Origami Rockets and Paper Airplanes
April 21, 2017 No Drop-In on Friday. Come to our Springfest and Open House April 20 instead!
April 20, 2017 Springfest and Open House
April 17, 2017 April Break
April 14, 2017 Life-Sized Self-Portraits
April 10, 2017 Chemistry SAT prep course
April 07, 2017 Torsion Drums
March 31, 2017 Open House
March 31, 2017 Clay Fun
March 26, 2017 SENG Model Parent Group
March 24, 2017 Gym Games
March 17, 2017 Yeast Fun
March 15, 2017 National Latin Exam
March 11, 2017 Parenting Your Intellectually Curious Child: an event for the entire family
March 10, 2017 Drop In Cancelled Today due to illness
March 03, 2017 Teen Event
March 03, 2017 Density Columns -- the Magic of Layering Liquids
March 01, 2017 National Mythology Exam
February 24, 2017 No Drop In February 24
February 20, 2017 February Break
February 17, 2017 Quilt Geometry
February 10, 2017 Valentine's Day Teen Event
February 10, 2017 3-D Valentine's Cards
February 07, 2017 AMC 10/12
February 03, 2017 Rise Out: Youth Participatory Action Research
February 03, 2017 Rise Out: Serial
February 03, 2017 Duct Tape Projects
January 27, 2017 Physics
January 27, 2017 Resource Center Fridays: Let The Games Begin!
January 24, 2017 Start of Spring Term
January 12, 2017 Winterfest and Open House
January 01, 2017 Drop-Ins are on break. Please join us for Winterfest on January 12 and check back for details on upcoming Drop-Ins.
December 16, 2016 Author Visit and Dissecting Owl Pellets
December 16, 2016 Fall Term Ends
December 11, 2016 Magic The Gathering
December 10, 2016 Teen Event
December 09, 2016 Paper Crafts
December 02, 2016 Potato Printing
November 21, 2016 Thanksgiving Break
November 18, 2016 MOEMS Math Olympiads
November 18, 2016 Thanksgiving Treats
November 15, 2016 AMC 8
November 13, 2016 Open House
November 11, 2016 Puzzles and Patterns
November 09, 2016 Presentation on Dual Enrollment at Middlesex Community College
November 04, 2016 Meditation/Galaxy Jar
October 29, 2016 Halloween Bash for Teens
October 28, 2016 Play with your Food! Halloween Fun!
October 21, 2016 Tabletop Games
October 14, 2016 Build a Greek Temple and Discover the Strength of Columns
October 07, 2016 Card Games Anyone?
October 07, 2016 Mock Trial Team
September 30, 2016 Crochet or Croquet?
September 23, 2016 Physics!
September 23, 2016 Games, Cerebral and Silly: Chess & Balloon Badminton
September 17, 2016 Teen Event
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: Youth Participatory Action Research
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: Understanding 9-11
September 16, 2016 Neighborhood Photo Scavenger Hunt
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: 20th Century German History: A Film Group
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: German Language
September 14, 2016 Introduction to Latin
September 12, 2016 Start of Fall Coop Session
September 09, 2016 Stop by to Chat and Learning Resources Fair Clearance Sale
August 30, 2016 Resource Center Drop-In

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