Register for March 30th-UVA Engineering and Design field trip now! You can register only for this field trip and then register for the rest of the field trips sometime this week. Or do them all at once!
Deadline for all field trip registration is Monday, April 4th and payment must be postmarked or delivered by April 5th to avoid the $10 late fee.
Questions? Email Gleamer@RawLearning.org
Drop in ANYTIME!
Raw Learning is a great place for students who attend public school (or even another private school) to attend Raw Learning when their school has a day…or a week off!
School aged children are dropped off at Raw Learning and left in the care of the facilitators.
$55 to attend on any day
$35 to attend on any half day
Families are also welcome to drop in for $14 for the first child and $7 for subsequent children, up to a maximum of $28.
Families can bring any aged child with them from 0-17. Fees apply to each child who is age 1 AND who is walking.
Anyone who drops in is welcome to participate in all activities and resources, as well as classes at Raw Learning.
Field Trip: Wednesday, March 30th
*Only families preregistered may attend with Raw Learning. Registration for Fall Trimester field trips will be available in August.
IMPORTANT: Please text, email or call Gleamer and let her know if you are going to be late or absent. Her contact information is email@example.com and 540.292.3002
Location: 85 Engineers' Way, Charlottesville, VA 22904 –Go to Rice Hall
Parking: Parking is in E3. Use the entrance on Whitehead. There are two levels for E3 parking - the ramp down is to your left as you pull in off of Whitehead. E3 extends to right before Bryant Hall - you'll see a crosswalk and a stop sign. Past that, you are in the Red lot which is reserved for hospital staff.
Rice Hall is building 58 (B5) on the following map:http://www.virginia.edu/webmap/GMcCormickRoadArea.html
9:25 am – Arrive at Rice Hall. It's the tallest building in SEAS. Look for the crosswalk and bus cut-outs. Cross Whitehead and Rice will be on your right. Susan Donohue will meet our group.
LUNCH: Papa John’s cheese or pepperoni pizza lunch is included
2:30 pm – Field trip concludes
Raw Learning has OPEN ENROLLMENT
Raw Learning offers attendance that ranges from just joining as homeschoolers on field trips to full time enrollment and everything in between, even classes ala carte like an enrichment center. Whatever attendance works for your family, works for Raw Learning!
The best part is that you can join our inclusive and truly mutually respectful community anytime! No need to wait until the beginning of the next trimester. Join when you are ready. J
Week of March 28, 2016
The following is a list of the fantastic classes that will be held this week and their engaging activities!
Time to Make 8:30-10:00am: This week Joe will be experimenting with a project involving enormous (15 feet long and about 6 inches wide) cardboard tubes. Join Joe with his project or bring your own for him to assist you with!
Music and Movement:Getting to know you!
Magic Math:Numbers All Around!
Soup to Nuts Drama:All the World’s a Stage!
Cluck Cluck: Explore the facts and myths surrounding chickens! Get acquainted with our incubator! Reminder: Students that participate in the class will have first choice of a chick or duck to own and take home. It is highly recommended that students attend the majority of the classes so that they can be assigned a job in egg/chick care.
Required: Students must be willing to take care of chicks during incubation and after they hatch. Each student will have a job that will require them to monitor the temperature and water level in the incubator and after hatching, the food/water and cleanliness of the brooder. Students not willing to take on these jobs, should not participate in class.
Pokemania:Make a Pokedex, learn about Japan and the anatomy of a Pokeman card!
Animated Comics:First steps with Blender / Experiment with Studio Ghibli
Nerf Wars:Play a couple of speed rounds to warm up and then we’ll play the Blob Game.
Wednesday: Field trips!
Cluck Cluck: Make our chicken journals and learn about the life cycle of a chicken.
Mythological Creatures: Students will study the Unicorn (and learn to play regular Rock-Paper-Scissors-Rawr)
Local Ingredient Challenge: What will students make with these crunchy ingredients?
Nerf Wars: Speed Rounds and Outside Field Play
To Infinity and Beyond: No Class Today or April 15th.
Arts and Crafts with Madison: Bean mosaics!
Babysitting 101: Introductory class. We will discuss experience, goals and expectations. Am I ready to babysit? We will also discuss what parents would like their babysitter to do and not do.
Coding with Minecraft:We will create learntomod.com accounts, connect as a class, and familiarize ourselves with the Learn to Mod program.
The Great Bake Off:Moon Theme--Using a secret ingredient, bakers will have to bake and decorate cupcakes around the theme.