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2017 Summer Educational Classes & Private Tutoring at Quest Academy in Alpine

Academic Bridge Classes – Grades K-10
Classes cover top math and language arts skills to recap what students learned this year, and prepare them with basic skills for concepts that will be covered next year. These courses are short enough as to not interfere with summer play time, but enough to keep them fresh for next year. Classes are a small group of 5 students. Session is 5 weeks. 75 minute session/week. Cost is $200
Session 1: Mondays, July 26-July 31 (No session July 3rd) Time TBD based on student grade level
Session 2: Thursdays, July 13-August 10 Time TBD based on student grade level

Writing Program – Grades 3 and up
Working with the writing specialist, students will develop mastery of the following essay types: descriptive, expository, and persuasive. To get the most benefit from the program, students will be expected to complete one to two hours of homework between each session. Students will be assessed prior to the first session, and after completion of the program, utilizing California writing rubric. This class is Small groups of 4 students. Sessions are 8 weeks. 75 minute session/week. Classes are Thursdays, June 29-August 11 (Additional class 7/11) Lower grades 3:15-4:30, Upper grades 4:30-5:45 Cost is $400.

Private Tutoring Program – Grades K and up (AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND)
For children who need extra help or a challenge, specialized, private instruction is based on your child’s specific needs. $40/40 min $55/60 min By appointment

SAT/ACT Prep Program
10 private sessions 90 min By appointment 2 practice exams and prep book $1325

For more info Contact Merrily Medina at 619-244-1396 or email merrily801@gmail.com
Visit our website at www.QuestAlpineAcademy.com

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Summer Pony Riding Camps at Dream Rider in Alpine! July 1-Aug 1 & Aug 1 -Sept. 1, 2017

Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy Summer Pony Riding Camps

4 lessons in 4 weeks! Openings on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday or by appointment. Cost $175 per session. July 1-Aug 1 or Aug 1 -Sept. 1, 2017. Fist two to sign up get $25 discount.

Accepting children 5-11 weighing under 115lbs. Our program is for children with special needs who can walk AND for Able Bodied first time beginner riders.

Children are assisted by adult volunteers. They will learn horse care, horsemanship, safety and how to communicate with the pony. Children ride to music. We have been teaching your children in Alpine for 18 years!

To enroll download the become a client package on http://www.dreamriderequestriantherapy.com

For more info please contact Catherine Hand at 619-445-2576 or email Catherineh@prodigy.net

Visit our website at www.dreamriderequestriantherapy.com

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/DreamRiderEquestrianTherapy/

 

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FREE VBS (Vacation Bible School) Summer Camp Out at Bethel Church – June 27-28, 2017

Calling All Campers! We are having a VBS (Vacation Bible School) Camp Out on June 27, 2017 at 6pm to Jun 28 at 8:30pm at Bethel Chuchi n Alpine! (1929 Arnold Way). VBS kids trek through an outdoor adventure-minus the bug spray and lack of sleep! They’ll kindle friendships and discover that Jesus is the light of the world. Register online @alpinebethel.org TODAY! This event is free and for kids ages 4-11 years old. Question call (619)445-5508

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VBS Summer Camp at Our Lady of Light Church in Descanso – July 31-August 4, 2017

We have a VBS (Vacation Bible School) Camp in Descanso July 31-August 4, 2017 from 9am-12:30pm at Our Lady of Light Catholic Church ( 9136 Riverside Dr, Descanso, CA 91916) For info and registration call or (619) 445-3620 go to http://www.ourladyoflight.church/

 

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Experience the WORLD This Summer at Kinder Academy’s K-4th Grade SUMMER CAMPS 2017

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Join Kinder Academy’s experienced staff for an exciting and educational summer! Camps are for grades K-4th and operate from 9am to 3pm Monday-Thursday. Campers need to bring their own lunch. Space is limited!  Don’t miss out!

 

Culinary Camp (K-4) July 10- July 13, 2017
Our culinary camp is focused on providing a safe and fun environment for budding chefs to explore and discover their own creativity in the kitchen!  Fee: $175.00

 

Spectacular Science (K-4) July 24 – July 27, 2017
Science camp allows children to become junior scientists and embark on a series of hands on science adventures!  Fee: $175.00

 

New !  I Can Build It  (K-4) August 7- August 10, 2017
Catch on to the DIY craze and learn to do it yourself! A great way to get them motivated to create something that they will be proud to show off. Fee: $175.00


Kinder Academy Logo_KAQuestions? please email: Theresa@Kinder-Academy.com

2605 Alpine Blvd, Alpine Ca 91901

(619) 722-7393

http://www.kinder-academy.com/

 

 

 

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“Book Time with Ronald McDonald” at the Alpine Library – June 27, 2017

“It’s Book Time with Ronald McDonald!” at the Alpine Library on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 3pm.  Filled with magic, puppetry and lots of laughs, Ronald McDonald shares his excitement for reading and introduces kids to a new concept: “Book Time” the time we set aside each day to read! The Alpine Library is located at 1752 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. For more info call (619) 445-4221 or email albranch1752@gmail.com

Teen Chocolate Wars at the Alpine Library – June 22, 2017

Teen Chocolate Wars at the Alpine Library! Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 3 pm. Celebrate your first day of at the Summer Vacation at the Alpine Library competing with and eating CHOCOLATE!  Compete with other teens to win the Chocolate War, and even if you lose you get to eat chocolate! The Alpine Library is located at 1752 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. For more info call (619) 445-4221 or email albranch1752@gmail.com

Summer Reading Kickoff! Bubble & Balloon Party at the Library – June 20, 2017

Summer Reading Kickoff Party at the Library! Tuesday June 20, 2017 at 3 pm. Start the summer off with a bubble & balloon dance party! Balloon animals, bubbles, music and more! Sign-up for starting June 1st to earn your prize! Summer reading programs are every Tuesday, beginning June 20, at 3:00 pm and ending August 1! Cool down and have fun! The Alpine Library is located at 1752 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901. For more info call (619) 445-4221 or email albranch1752@gmail.com

 

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Alpine Education Foundation “Ready Break” SUMMER CAMPS 2017

Alpine Education Foundation “Ready Break” SUMMER CAMPS 2017: The Alpine Education Foundation (AEF) is hosting multiple Summer Camps.  The Camps are intended to be distinctive, and enhancing to the regular classroom curriculum at Alpine Union schools.  All classes are taught by Certified & Classified Professionals.  Camp details and how to register & pay at: http://aef4kids.net/ready-break-summer-camps-2017/

 

Coed Sports & PE Camp – Elementary Students

Elementary students will develop, refine and master motor skills and movement patterns as they relate to flag football and softball. Students will also compete and test the skills through obstacle courses. Students will make friends, find strengths, and develop confidence.

DATE: June 26 – 30, 2017 8:30 AM – 12 PM

Location: Alpine Elementary School

Camp Instructors: Mrs. Traci Valade & Coach Melissa Andrioli

AGE: Open to 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Graders

Cost: $60

 

 

Coed Sports & PE Camp – Middle School Students

The camp’s focus will be on sports, games and fun activities for middle school students to encourage sportsmanship and a healthy lifestyle. Physical fitness will be stressed in the program. A variety of activities and exercises will be offered to contribute to the improvement of physical fitness and basic kinesthetic skills.  Students will be instructed in activities such as Flag Football, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Over-the-Line, etc. students will learn how to work with others and show good sportsmanship in a competitive situation.

DATE: June 26 – July 28, 2017 from 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Location: Joan MacQueen Middle School

Camp Instructors: Coach Bartling & Coach Fazekas

AGE: Open to incoming 6th, 7th & 8th Graders

Cost: $160 per student  (4 great weeks)

 

Diversity of Art Camp

An introduction to a variety of art mediums. The program will feature a diversity of art forms from canvas, to photography, to mozaics, and pastels.  Each student will take home completed art projects.

DATE: July 10 – 14, 2017 from 9 AM – 1 PM

Location: Alpine Elementary School

Camp Instructors: Maggie Zarick

AGE: Open to 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th & 7th Graders

Cost: $70 per student

 

 

An Artist a Day Camp

An introduction to the diversity of art. Working with mediums of acrylic paint to clay and glazing. From Claude Monet and French Impressionism; to Wayne Thiebaud and American Pop Art; to Robert Wyland and American outdoor murals, on to Ted Harrison and English/Canadian wild outdoors and Frida Kahlo and self-portraits.

 

DATE: August 7 – 11, 2017 from 9 AM – 1 PM

Location: Alpine Elementary School

Camp Instructors: Mrs. Kimm Smith & Loretta Bagge

AGE: Open to 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th & 7th Graders

Cost: $70 per student

 

 

Robotics & Coding Camp

This summer, Mrs. Karen Casey hosts workshops at Joan MacQueen Middle School in both robotics and coding for students, grades incoming 6-8. Join Mrs. Casey and experience the exciting worlds of robotics and computer science.  Students enrolled in robotics will program an EV3 robot to complete specific tasks and challenges using Lego Mindstorms software. In coding, students will use resources from code.org, Scratch and Kahn Academy to create their own personal code, programs and projects.

DATE: August 7 – 11, 2017 from 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Location: Joan MacQueen Middle School

Camp Instructors: Mrs. Karen Casey

AGE: Open to incoming 6th, 7th & 8th Graders

Cost: $80 per student

 

Alpine Youth Center Seeking VOLUNTEERS & DONATIONS for Much Needed Improvements

May 2017 Alpine Ca. 91901 – The Alpine Youth Center (AYC) is going on four years of providing a safe haven for a variety of kids looking for a warm, semi-structured and welcoming place to interact, chill-out, and be supported in “living healthy” in a sometimes unhealthy world.  Although we have recently gone through changes in leadership, our goals and mission remain constant.  If you are not familiar with the Alpine Youth Center please watch this really FUN and informational video! Enjoy!  WATCH VIDEO

Through the leadership of a Board of Directors, volunteer staff, friends of the AYC, local churches, and caring individuals from our Alpine community, we continue to practically love and offer developing youth a safe place to reside after school from 2 to 6pm.  Sundays we are open from 12 to 4pm for engaging activities.

Many families, single, married, our Alpine parents, grandparents, moms and dads value the Alpine Youth Center and what we have provided to their children over the years.  Moreover, the AYC is an ongoing benefit to our Alpine community!  For example, youth are less likely to engage in destructive or unhealthy ways of being because they have a healthy and friendly place to go after school.

Furthermore, the AYC staff consistently offer support and encouragement!  Staff volunteers get to know the kids, spend time with, develop activities, set boundaries, essentially love our youth 6 days out of the week.   Our practical goal is to teach, role model a healthy lifestyle, and promote a constant message to persevere in ways that are socially acceptable and rewarding.

The Alpine Youth Center is a Christian based organization.  We are a 501c(3) recognized non-profit in California under Behold Christian Ministry.  We welcome all youth to be involved and never push or force our Christian views.  However, we do present the amazing grace of God, practically love, and meet youth wherever they might be in this journey of life.

To continue fulfilling our mission, we need community support.   Not only do we need volunteers who agree with our mission, but we need financial support.  We are looking for consistent monthly “champions” who are able to give $100 a month to support our efforts.  If that doesn’t work, we appreciate any amount doable for your giving budget.

We desperately need new flooring, window coverings, etc., however, we have no funds to significantly upgrade the AYC in these essential areas.  If you’d like to give a financial gift toward this end, please joyfully do!   As we move forward and accomplish upgrading, we will be inviting our Alpine community to visit!  An open house is approaching to ask questions, clarify who we are, our goals, and most importantly, how you can be involved!

Please consider financially supporting the Alpine Youth Center.

Most sincerely, and Thank you!

Checks can be made out to:  Behold Christian Ministry

Send to: 2153 Arnold Way, Alpine, CA 91901

You also can give through our website: www.alpineyouth.com

Randall Torres, President of the Board of Directors – 619 995 6239