2020 Academic Courses & Special Events

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Academic Courses Elementary Test Prep

All classes are taught by certified teachers with extensive backgrounds in the targeted areas. Classes provide students with instruction in the identified skill area below. They support and extend learning that happens in the child's classroom, providing skills that will assist students with standardized tests. Teachers will provide supplemental activities, feedback and take home activities after each class. 

Elementary School Courses (Thursday, January 30 to Thursday, March 26)           
No class will be held 3/19 (Spring Break)     
(1st/2nd)    Addition/Subtraction Facts & Phonics/Reading Skills     5:30pm - 6:30pm  
(3rd-5th)    Critical Reading Skills                                                     5:30pm - 7:00pm
*Third and Fourth grade Florida students who scored a Level 1 or Level 2 on the previous years FSA are eligible for a $500 Step Up For Students grant through SUFS. If awarded, it can be used for this course. Parents wishing to research that can find information and apply at http://www.fldoe.org/schools/school-choice/k-12-scholarship-programs/reading/
Class size is very limited. If a course is not listed on the drop down menu below then it is closed for registration due to enrollment. You may call the office at 341-1400 to be placed on a Waiting List. Course registrations close one week prior to the start of class. There are no make up classes or refunds for missed classes. Cancellations will be charged a $35 cancellation fee. There are no sibling discounts due to very limited class sizes.

Beginning Piano Course

Piano 1
Is your child interested in learning how to play the piano? Do you want your child to explore his/her interest in music? This class includes short daily lectures and immediate hands on training and practice as students explore rhythm and counting, note reading, scales, chords, music theory, practice, and song memorization. Performance opportunities will be offered to those willing to play in front of the class during this 12 week course. Students will feel free to play solo work, a duet with another students or even a duet with the instructor! Keyboards and Lesson Books will be provided. It is strongly recommended that you have some type of keyboard or piano to practice on while at home. We may have limited availability of loaner keyboards and stands to assign to a student upon request. Each student is expected to arrive on time and be prepared for each class. Students can arrive 15 minutes early for additional practice time in class or  to ask any questions of the teacher before class begins.

FREE SEMINAR: READ-Reading Education, Assessment & Development

READ: Reading Education Assessment and Development is a program for parents of children ages birth to 7. This research based seminar summarizes years of studies and strategies to teach parents tips and tricks used to develop critical reading skills in children even before they begin to read! Parents will receive materials and information that will assist in advancing their child's reading skills through everyday activities. This is a program that will benefit participants and their children for years to come! Sponsored by All About Achieving Learning Centers and facilitated by Tina McSoley, M.Ed., participants will leave with valuable information and bag of tools to help build language and reading skill acquisition at home. Space is limited. Preregistration is required.

Minecraft Easter Egg Hunt & WeDo Robotics Hoppin' Harry!

The Easter Bunny is coming to Stuart and he's making a stop at All About Achieving Learning Centers! 
Minecraft Education: Easter Egg Hunt participants will need some detective skills to find various treasures throughout the game. Who will find the most? Who will find the rarest? Who will emerge the winner? Can your "rascally rabbit" be faster than the rest?
WeDo Robotics: Hoppin' Harry participants will build their own Rascally Rabbit using LEGO Education WeDo™ materials. This 90 minute lesson incorporates science, technology, engineering, coding and math as engineers work together in small groups to build and program working models. Once programmed, students use the model for different purposes, experimenting with programming techniques. These educational opportunities encourage students to develop broader communication and language skills through cross curricular projects.