Raw Learning provides hands on learning opportunities this summer in the following subjects; language arts, culinary art, science, history, culture, multi-media art, Earth Science, logic and strategy.
Summer Camps operate differently than our regular school year at Raw Learning. Students that register for a camp will be expected to participate in that camp; they will not be permitted to opt out of camp activities to do other things at the school.
Click here or go to the summer camps tab for a full description of each camp and details and information on snacks, age requirements, lunch, and pick up/drop off. Space is limited!
Log in or create an account and click here to register for participation in Raw Learning's summer camps.
Field Trips: Wednesday, May 11th
*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: 1110 Red Top Orchard Road, Waynesboro, VA 22980
Bring: Money for Go-Karts, Mini-Golf, Batting Cages, Arcade. See below:
Go-Karts: Regular karts are $6 per ticket: Height requirement is 54"
Double karts are $6 per ticket: Driver must be at least 16 years old
Kiddie karts are $3 per ticket: Ages 3 and up, shorter than 54"
Sprint karts are $6 per ticket: Must be at least 16 years old Batting Cages:
Both fast pitch and slow pitch cage costs $1 per token: 1 token = 15 pitches
Fast Pitch = 60 mph
Slow Pitch = 40 mph
*each cage has the option of baseball OR softball Miniature Golf:
Full 18-hole course
Adults are $4
Children are $2 Arcade:
All games accept quarters: from $0.25 - $2
12:55 pm – Arrive at Fastrax
3:00 pm – Field Trip Concludes
The following is a list of the fantastic classes that will be held this week and their engaging activities!
Week of May 9, 2016
Time to Make 8:30-10:00am Join Joe with any projects or ideas that you would like to tackle in Makerspace!
Music and Movement: Come and sing!
Magic Math: I’m puzzled!? Help me figure out where my friends and their pets live.
Soup to Nuts Drama: Assign parts! Read through!
Cluck Cluck: Play Chicken Bingo! Make your own paints with egg yolk.
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: Learn about traditional Japanese games and darkness types! Make a milk carton Pokemon card wallet.
Animation: Continue to work in Blender
Nerf Wars: Play your favorite games!
Wednesday: Field trips!
Cluck Cluck: Chicken jeopardy!
Mythological Creatures: Students will study the Bunyip!
Local Ingredient Challenge: Something Chinese and a nightshade
Nerf Wars: Play your favorite games!
To Infinity and Beyond: What makes Earth so special?
Arts and Crafts with Madison: Would you rather be a polliwog: all about pond life! Paper frog with a party blower
Babysitting 101:You can’t make me!! What to do when you run into discipline conundrums?
Coding with Minecraft: Continue working at an individual pace to earn badges.
The Great Bake Off: Bake cupcakes WITHOUT three ingredients!