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CSF Summer Enrichment June 17- 28: Learning Made Fun!

Photo by Katie Karosich

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Registration is now open for the Coronado Schools Foundation STEAM Summer Enrichment Program. The two-week lineup of courses beginning June 17th promises to launch the summer season with education focused for active minds.

CSF logoOpen to all students’ grades TK-12, Coronado Summer Enrichment offers a comprehensive suite of classes following a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) curriculum. Positioned as innovative & interactive classes taught by credentialed teachers in a small group setting, the 2019 offerings will feature favorites from prior years as well as new classes and teachers.

CSF Summer Enrichment Principal Kathy Shady is enthusiastic about the 2019 program and looks forward to welcoming all. “We are so excited to bring back our Summer Enrichment program for the 8th year,” says Kathy. “We are bringing back a lot of the favorite teachers and classes like Jump, Start, Kindergarten, Cooks Around the World, Coronado Sleuths (formerly known as Island Detectives) and Chef’s Dinner. We are also introducing some new fun and exciting classes like Art in the Community, Hola Spanish, and Breaking the Code. I can’t wait to see all of the excited faces on June 17th.”

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CSF Project Coordinator Laura Galdorisi O’Sullivan describes the addition of classes as being responsive to demand. “Our parents’ surveys last year showed a high interest in offering these courses in our enrichment program for this year,” says Laura, “so we are pleased to have such wonderful and experienced teachers available to lead them.”

O’Sullivan goes on to detail some of the new summer enrichment faculty. “Abby Lund is a new teacher for us this year for Introduction to Robotics,” says Laura. “She runs the very popular STEAM Lego Club during the school year at Village Elementary. We are thrilled to be able to offer this course in the summer.”

Photo by Katie Karosich

Two other new-to-CSF Summer Enrichment teachers this year are Jessica DiGrazia (Hands-On Science) and Rachel Cobb (Hola Spanish).

Returning to the Summer Enrichment Program in 2019 is Village Elementary Visual and Performing Arts teacher, Cyndi Fuhrmann. Cyndi praises the summer enrichment program for offering a unique small-group environment that fosters teamwork and close collaboration. “It is so much fun to work with small groups of kids doing something they are really interested in,” says Fuhrmann. “Everyone gets to know each other, and they learn to work together really well.”

Fuhrmann will teach a range of classes including Art from the Heart, I Love to Paint, I Love to Dance, and Sing Dance Create.

For full course descriptions and registration, visit coronadoenrichment.org. Registrations made by May 15th receive a $20 discount off each class.

Proceeds from the classes benefit the Coronado Schools Foundation. Need-based scholarships are available for Coronado Unified students.

CSF summer enrichment 2019

 

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Aimee Richer
Aimee Richer
Aimee was a ‘nado Navy baby in the 1970s, where her love for adventure and travel began. After growing up and finishing college in the Midwest, Aimee spent more than a decade living and traveling overseas. She returned to the US in 2009, and made her way back to Coronado to raise her own baby – now a first grader at Village Elementary. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com
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