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									Please return this application to your child's school office no later than June 1, 2007 along with a check for the total amount of all classes. Checks should be made out to: Haddonfield Board of Education. A minimum number of students is required for each course to be held. Enrollment is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Scholarships are available for students with financial need.

Haddonfield Summer Program Offerings 2007

Haddonfield Public Schools 1 Lincoln Avenue Haddonfield, NJ 08033 Phone: 856-429-4130 Fax: 856-354-2179

Study Skills I & II Indiana Jones Wants You! Indiana Jones Needs You! Summer Algebra Bridge Course Summer Algebra 6th Grade Course Budding Poets Hogwarts Summer School III Harry Potter 101 Gods and Monsters

STUDY SKILLS COURSE 1
Teacher: Mr. Farrell This course is designed for 5th graders who will be going into 6th and 6th graders advancing to 7th. It will help students recognize the different ways students learn and how they can become better students through their own particular learning style. Students will learn how to organize, how to make studying a habit, how to improve their listening skills, how to read a textbook, how to improve their memory and how to manage time for homework and other activities. Minimum 8 students When : July 9 through 12 and 16 through 19 — (8:45 to 10:15 am) OR August 6 through 9 and August 13 through 16 (8:45 to 10:15 am) Where: Middle School, Room 283 Cost: $135 per student

Sign up for Summer Programs
Student Name:_________________________ Parent Name:__________________________ Grade student will enter in September:______ Telephone Numbers: (H):_________________________________ (W):_________________________________ Address:______________________________ _____________________________________ Please select program(s) interested in attending:

STUDY SKILLS COURSE 2
Teacher: Mr. Farrell For 7th graders going into 8th grade and 8th graders going into 9th grade. This course teaches the different ways students learn and how a student can become effective with his or her particular learning styles. Students will be trained how to improve their organizational skills, and how to manage time by building and following a study/homework daily calendar. Students will learn how to make studying a habit, how to improve listening skills and note taking in class, how to read a textbook, how to take notes from readings and how to improve memory. When : July 9 through 12 and 16 through 19 (10:30 to 12:00) OR August 6 through 9 and August 13 through 16 (10:30 to 12:00) Where: Middle School, Room 283 Cost: $135 per student

□ Study Skills, Course 1 □ Study Skills, Course 2 □ Indiana Jones Wants You □ Indiana Jones Needs You □ Algebra Bridge Course □ Algebra 6 Grade Course □ Budding Poets □ Hogwarts Summer School III □ Harry Potter 101 □ God and Monsters
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INDIANA JONES WANTS YOU!

GODS AND MONSTERS
We will explore the Roman myths which introduce the 14 Great Olympians as well as the "Transformation" myths. In addition, students will learn some basic Latin words and phrases, their English derivatives and cognates. Crafts and playing games will help students to understand the concepts. Class taught by Ms. Sharon Stokes, teacher at High School. When: July 9 through 27, 9:30 to 11:30 am, Monday through Friday Cost: $100 Offered: For students entering grades 3 or 4 in September Where: Middle School, Room 151 Teacher: Mr. Farrell Spend part of your summer learning about the real world of archaeology. This year join Mr. Farrell as we take part in a hands-on approach to archaeology. Join us as we carefully set up a dig site for excavation. Work on readying for exhibit models of ancient jewelry, artwork and ancient weapons. Put on your gloves as we piece together for display broken tablet and pottery of the ancient past. Learn the secrets and terrors of excavating ancient graves such as King Tut and the skeleton in the golden coffin. We will also visit the University of Pennsylvania museum to meet a real live archaeologist and get a special tour of this world famous museum. For students entering: Grades 5th through 8th When : July 23 through 26 and July 30 through Aug. 2 (8:45-10:15 A.M. ) Where: Middle School, Room 283 Cost: $135 per student

SUMMER ALGEBRA COURSE
Teacher: Mr. Hasson Seventh grade students who have completed the first year of the two-year Algebra One program can enroll for this "bridge" course that will permit them to move to the advanced program. Successful completion of the course allows students to enroll in Algebra Two in grade 8. Course will cover such topics as: linear equation, distributive property, solving and graphing linear inequalities, rate of change and slope, polynomials and fitting a line to data. Offered: For students entering: 8th Grade When : June 25 through July 12, Monday through Thurs. (the week of July 4th will be a Mon., Tues., Thurs. week, classes will be from 10:00 to 12:00 noon) from 10:00 to 11:30 am. Where: Middle School, Room 151 Cost: $150

INDIANA JONES NEEDS YOU!
Teacher: Mr. Farrell This course picks up from last summer’s work. In this course our young but experienced archaeologists will learn about Ancient China and Central America, and our old favorite- Egypt. Visit the burial site of an ancient Chinese Emperor who had 1500 terra-cotta warriors buried with him. Learn how these warriors were actual models of real soldiers. Help us uncover each ancient warrior’s statue and learn about their ancient land. Join us again in Egypt while we learn how they built pyramids. Get your hands dirty as we try to reconstruct their ancient building methods. And what about the ancient Mayans, Romans and Greeks? The Ancient Romans were renowned for their engineering skills. Help us follow ancient Roman plans for building a bridge across the Rhine River to attack the Germans. Also, we’ll return to the University of Pennsylvania Museum to continue our

studies up close with a real live archaeologist. Join us for more adventures and hands-on fun. This is for last year’s crew or anyone else who wants to join us. For students entering: Grades 5th through 8th When : July 23 through 26 and July 30 through Aug. 2 ( 10:30 A.M.12:00 ) Where: Middle School, Room 283 Cost: $135 per student

HOGWARTS SUMMER SCHOOL III
Teachers: Ms. Kimmell and Ms. Rogers Return to Hogwarts for two weeks of magical fun. Students will enjoy making new art projects related to the Harry Potter series. In the past, we have made capes, wands, clay wizards and much more. Brand new projects will be completed this year! Each day there will be literature analysis, writing prompts, and discussions as well as art projects. Returning wizards will not be disappointed. New wizards welcome. Admission granted to students entering grades 5-8. For students entering: Grades 5 – 8 When : June 25 – July 6 Monday through Friday (no class on 7/4) 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Where: Middle School, Room 191 Cost: $100 per student

BUDDING POETS
Teacher: Meredith Hemphill Poetry is the way to turn children onto writing! It allows advanced and struggling readers/writers to feel competent and successful as they turn words and ideas into descriptive and powerful poems. As children explore the world of poetry they will view poetry written by children as well as well known authors. They will be exposed to poetry forms and poetic devices. We will read, discuss, and act our poetry. At the conclusion, each child will create his/her own poetry anthology! The benefits of poetry are: Celebrates creativity Improves vocabulary Supports reading An alternative to traditional writing forms Challenges innovative use of language Personality and uniqueness is expressed through writing Offered: Grades 2nd through 5th When: July 9 through 20, Monday through Friday, 1:00 to 3:00 pm Where: Middle School, Room 153 Cost: $100 per student Materials required: book, A Children's Introduction to Poetry by Driscoll, binder (included in fee)

HARRY POTTER 101
Teachers: Ms. Rogers and Ms. Kimmell This course is designed for all beginning wizards who have never attended Hogwarts Summer School. Children will be introduced to the characters, settings and plots from the Harry Potter series. They will make their own magic wands as well as many other exciting art projects related to the books. We will weave art and literature together and include time for writing and discussion each day. Students entering grades 2 through 4 are welcome to join the fun. Offered: Students grades 2 through 4 When: June 25 through July 6 (no class 7/4) 8:30 to 10:30 am Where: Middle School Art Room Cost: $100

SUMMER ALGEBRA COURSE
Teacher: Mr. Hasson Sixth grade students who were not originally recommended for the advanced program can enroll in this 3 week course. Successful completion of the course allows students to enroll in the 7th grade Advanced level Math course. Topics covered will include: scientific calculator, operations with signed numbers, graphing and translating words to symbols. Offered: For students entering: 7th Grade When : June 25 through July 12, Monday through Thurs. (the week of July 4th will be a Mon., Tues., Thurs. week, classes will be from 10 – 12:00 noon) from 10:00 to 11:30 am. Where: Middle School, Room 151 Cost: $150

SUMMER ALGEBRA COURSE
Teacher: Mr. Hasson Sixth grade students who were not originally recommended for the advanced program can enroll in this 3 week course. Successful completion of the course allows students to enroll in the 7th grade Advanced level Math course. Topics covered will include: scientific calculator, operations with signed numbers, graphing and translating words to symbols. Offered: For students entering: 7th Grade When : June 25 through July 12, Monday through Thurs. (the week of July 4th will be a Mon., Tues., Thurs. week, classes will be from 10 – 12:00 noon) from 10:00 to 11:30 am. Where: Middle School, Room 151 Cost: $150


								
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