Sunshine came our way for the students to have a wonderful break time outside on the lawn. Instructors and students play Wall Ball, which has been a favorite downtime activity from day one. Other students enjoy the weather with a stroll across the green or a rest under the shade.
Students in the Special Effects Electives create some scary-looking wounds! Using plastic and cotton balls to stage the effect, the students then go back with glue and makeup palettes to add skin tones, bruising, and tears.
Students in the Paint and Plant Night activity create wonderful terracotta pots. They learn the fundamentals of plant life — and a creative way to display them.
Once a "pawn" a time...students enjoy the challenge of our Chess Workshop.
Bow oh bow, what a wonderful day! Students are shown how to paddle around the pond like TuTu the Turtle while learning the safety and fundamentals of kayaking.
The students got the ball rolling in the Soccer Weekend Workshop by playing in scrimmages, shooting skills, dribbling drills, and defensive slides during the morning activity. We would say that they got a real kick out of it!
The Street Luge Workshop teaches students some basic physics and techniques involved in the Olympic sport before heading out to one of Wheaton Campus' larger hills to put their knowledge to the test. Students in the Knitting Weekend Workshop learned some basic stitches and began knitting scarves and experimenting with various colors of yarn.
Students listened to music, sang karaoke, and played games in the gym while the sixth graders enjoyed s'mores and campfire stories at the fire pit.
Students in the Casino Math Course got the chance to teach their original card games to friends and classmates before playing them during this activity group.
Students taking the Debate Course learn communication skills, how to form arguments, and how to conduct formal debates. In their last class, students debated the greatest thing on earth, from family and ice cream to Netflix and traffic cones.