Parkway Summer Programs 2013

2013 Summer School Registraon Informaon and Forms ..................2-5 PreK-12 Summer Courses •Central ....................... 6 •North ..............
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2013 Summer School Registraon Informaon and Forms ..................2-5 PreK-12 Summer Courses •Central ....................... 6 •North ........................ 10 •South ........................ 23 •West ......................... 36 College Admissions at Maryville University ... 47 YMCA Prime Time Child Care .................. 49 YMCA Traveling Teens Camp PM .......... 48 Parkway Summer Strings Camp .............. 50 Sports Camps ............. 51 Sports & Youth Camp Registraon Forms...... 59

Parkway Summer Programs 2013 Registraon begins April 4 K-12th grade camp programs (fee charged) Adult Community School evening courses (tuion charged)

Youth Camps .............. 60

YMCA Prime Time child care available for elementary students (fee charged)

Community School Courses for Adults ...... 63

YMCA Middle School Traveling Teens Camp PM available (fee charged)

Adult Basic Educaon & ESL .......... 67 Community School (Adults) Registraon Form ....... 68

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Summer School Information The Parkway summer school program provides the opportunity to maintain skills learned in the previous school year and learn new ones. The Parkway School District receives reimbursement from the state of Missouri for every day students attend summer school. Students are encouraged to enroll in the Parkway summer school program and attend every day. High School students: Regular attendance is required for course credit. Students who miss MORE THAN two (2) course classes, regardless of whether excused/unexcused or due to suspension, will be dropped from the class and not earn credit. Students can not earn Honors credit in summer school. No pass/fail or audit credit will be given. Summer school students are expected to follow all school, classroom and bus expectations, as well as the standards in Policy JK, “Student Discipline.” Disciplinary consequences for violating these expectations and/ or Parkway’s discipline policy may impact a student’s opportunity to attend summer school and/or, as noted above, earn credit during summer school. Each day of a suspension is considered a day absent under the summer school attendance policy.

site listed in the program description. Entering kindergarten children must be 5 years old by August 1. A birth certiicate is required.

Fees Summer school classes are primarily supported by state aid based on student attendance. Textbooks and most materials are provided. Elementary and middle school classes do have a fee for supplies ($25 per twohour class). Include fees with the registration. Make checks payable to Parkway School District. Refunds for classes must be requested in writing to the site administrator by Friday, June 7.

YMCA Child Care Programs The West County YMCA offers two options for students attending Parkway summer programs. YMCA Prime Time is designed for elementary school students before and after summer school. Traveling Teens is designed for middle school students after summer school. Please refer to information on pages 48-49 in this booklet for details.

Summer Calendar Classes begin June 3 and end according to the schedule noted at each site. Classes do not meet on July 4. Refer to individual programs for more information on schedules.

Summer School Registration Registration for Parkway residents begins Thursday, April 4. Classes are illed on a irst-come, irst-served basis unless otherwise noted in individual program summaries. When a class ills, additional sections are added if possible. However, some classes have limited enrollment. Parkway residents, whose children do not attend Parkway Schools during the regular school year, will need to bring two proofs of parent’s or guardian’s residency at the time of registration. These documents should contain the parent/guardian’s name and address, and must be: •A deed/sales contract of residence, current real estate tax receipt or contract to lease/rent, AND •One other proof of residency, such as a current unpaid utility bill, credit card statement, employer’s record of address, bank statement, or governmental acknowledgment of address (i.e., Social Security, welfare, voter registration, etc.) Parkway parents may either mail or take the registration and health forms from pages 3-5 to the site listed in the program description. Parkway students must take the forms directly to the

Special Education & Related Services/ESY Special education and related services are available from the Special School District (SSD) of St. Louis County for students whose IEP Teams have determined they qualify for Extended School Year (ESY) services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA). Services, accommodations, and settings are ESY IEP decisions and may include transportation as a related service. Contact your child’s IEP chairperson or SSD area coordinator for more information.

Nondiscrimination Policy Parkway School District does not discriminate against otherwise qualiied students on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. Please direct inquiries or concerns related to the application of the District’s policy of nondiscrimination to the responsible District administrator (see Guidelines for Policy CGDA.BP “Designation of Coordinators for Federal Laws”). Students with disabilities who are not ESY eligible, but whose disabilities require accommodations for summer school, must indicate their need on the summer school registration form. Reasonable accommodations will be provided when needed.

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Parkway Summer School Form K-12 Parkway Summer School Registraon

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• Return this completed form and the Student Health Form (page 5) to the Summer School site for which you are registering. Photocopies of this form and the Health Form are acceptable for registration. • REGISTRATION IS CONSIDERED INCOMPLETE WITHOUT THE STUDENT HEALTH FORM. Summer School Site ______________________________________________

Student ID_______________

• The state reimburses the District based on students’ daily attendance. • Registration for Parkway residents begins on Thursday, April 4, 2013. • Please complete one Registration Application and Student Health Information Form (please print). • All fees must be included with registration or registration will be considered incomplete. • A check for each registration should be made payable to Parkway School District and attached to each application. • Report cards are sent home for high school students and to the students’ home school. Student’s Last Name

Student’s First Name

Date of Birth

Parent’s Name

Street Address

City/Zip

Parent’s Email Address Home Phone

Emergency (work) Phone

Cell Phone

Pager

Emergency Contact Name/Phone Number School Currently Attending Grade Enrolled for the 2013-14 School Year

Address (if not a Parkway School) Name/Grade of Siblings Attending Parkway Summer Programs

Ethnic Background (enter all that apply): __________________ Male ___ Female ___ A - Asian/Pacific Islander B - Black W - White/Caucasian H - Hispanic I - American Native After school, my child will: ‰ride the shuttle bus to _________________(school) ‰attend camp ‰be transported by car ‰ride the VST bus ‰ride the SSD bus ‰attend YMCA Prime Time ‰attend YMCA Traveling Teens For office use only: Fee Paid _________ Check #_________ Student ID#______ Home School # ____

• My child may/may not be photographed or video taped for District publication activities. • My child has/does not have special needs.

Please check the appropriate special needs (explain on a separate sheet and attach to application): ____receives special education services ____needs other special considerations ____has a section 504 plan •First Choice of Classes Period Class Number 1st 2nd

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•Second Choice of Classes (to be used if FIRST CHOICES are filled; do not repeat classes listed as FIRST CHOICES.) Period Class Number Class Title Fee 1st 2nd Parkway Summer Programs 2013

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2013 Summer School Sites Central Area Sites 6 • Shenandoah Valley: (314) 415-4799 2 • Central Middle: (314)

415-7800 (program will be held at West Middle) 1 • Central High: (314) 415-7900 (program will be held at West High) North Area Sites 9 • Bellerive: (314) 4156500 10 • Craig: (314) 415-6200 8 • Northeast Middle: (314) 415-7100 7 • North High: (314) 4157600 South Area Sites 15 • Carman Trails: (314)

415-6100 19 • Oak Brook: (314) 4156550 14 • South Middle: (314) 415-7200 13 • South High: (314) 4157700 West Area Sites 23 • Claymont: (314) 415-

6150 26 • Mason Ridge: (314) 415-6450 22 • West Middle: (314) 4157400 28 • West High: (314) 4157500

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SchoolInfo Form Parkway Parkway Summer Summer School Health Pupil’s Name: Parent/Guardian:

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Address:

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City/Zip:

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Date of Birth: _____/____/____

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Home School: ______________ Phones: Home (____)_________ Cell (_____)________

Current Day Care Provider: ________________________________

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Grade ____

Work (____) ___________ Pager (____) ___________

Phone: (_____)___________

Please provide health information to help us meet the needs of your child during summer school. In the past year has your child experienced health problems, e.g. serious allergic reactions, asthma, ear or eye, cardiac, neurological, orthopedic, emotional or psychological problems or required surgery? Health Problem

Date

Name of Care Provider (if still under care)

Please add any special directions for the School Nurse regarding the above listed problems.

List all current prescription and over the counter medications presently taken by your child. All prescription medications that need to be given at school, must be in a current prescription labeled bottle and accompanied by a parent note. Name of Medication:

Prescribed by:

Date begun:

Dosage/Frequency:

Please state any other concerns you may have regarding your child, e.g. special health problems or behavior, equipment needs, medical treatment required, etc.

If you have questions, please call your current school nurse, or when summer school begins, your summer school office and ask for the nurse’s office. +

EMERGENCY AUTHORIZATION IN AN EMERGENCY, I HEREBY AUTHORIZE THE SCHOOL TO MAKE SUCH ARRANGEMENTS AS NECESSARY. I ALSO AUTHORIZE THE HOSPITAL/PHYSICIAN/DENTIST TO PERFORM NECESSARY PROCEDURES.

I prefer my child to be taken to _____________________________________ or a close-by hospital if necessary. I UNDERSTAND THAT THE COST OF MEDICAL ATTENTION AND AMBULANCE ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARENT. My signature also indicates I have read and understand the information contained on page 2 of the 2013 Parkway Summer School brochure.

________________________________________________________ (Parent/Guardian Signature) Parkway School District Form #209S (Rev 1/12/01)

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Central Area Elementary Summer School Grades: Entering Kindergarten – 5th grade Site: Shenandoah Valley Elementary School Site Coordinator: Jodi Meese (314-415-4799) Program Description Summer is a super time to engage in fun activities that encourage creativity, team building with friends, enrichment, and academic growth. At Shenandoah Valley, you can sharpen your skills and experience the joy of learning through participation in three weeks of motivating classes. Teachers are planning a wide range of unique opportunities that include computer, science, math games, writing, reading, PE and good, old-fashioned fun! These are opportunities you don’t want to miss. Fees There is a $25 supply fee for each two-hour course for students’ materials which is due at the time of registration. Checks should be made payable to the Parkway School District. Jumpstart to Kindergarten and Camp First Grade classes are from 8:00 a.m.-12:05 p.m. The supply fee is $50. Schedule Classes will meet June 3-21, Monday-Friday. Classes meet as follows: Period 1: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:05-12:05 p.m. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins on Thursday, April 4 at Green Trails Elementary, Highcroft Ridge Elementary, River Bend Elementary and Shenandoah Valley Elementary (see page 2 for guidelines). Registrations will be processed on a irst-come, irst-served basis. Completed registrations consist of completed registration, health forms, and supply fees. Mail registrations to Jodi Meese at River Bend Valley Elementary: 224 River Valley Drive, Chesterield 63017. When signing-up for courses, please sign your child up for the grade he/she will be ENTERING in the fall. Courses are designed with this in mind, and we want all children to be excited and engaged.

Lunch is not provided. Students should bring their own snack. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from Central area elementary schools to the Shenandoah Valley Elementary School. Students in the VST program will be transported as during regular school year. There is no bus service between periods 1 and 2. Transportation will be provided for students in entering kindergarten classes. YMCA Prime Time Program YMCA Prime Time after summer school child care will be available at Shenandoah Valley. No beforeschool child care will be available. See page 49 for details.

Shenandoah Valley 15 Days of World Records Num: 900145 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 900145 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 How would you like to break a record this summer? Join us as we explore the book of Guinness World Records 2013. We’ll create our own class record book including hula hooping, water-balloon toss, kickball marathon, and more! 4th & 5th grade FUNdamentals Num: 900245 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 900245 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Come enjoy an introduction to the FUNdamentals of 4th and 5th grade! Learn the basics that will help you prepare for the coming school year. Lots of exciting activities and experiments across curricular areas will have you counting down until the irst day of school! American Girl Num: 900425 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 900425 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 Discover what American girls did in 1700 through today to help their communities, families and friends. The books share timeless stories of friendship, courage and hope that allow girls to imagine growing up in a different era. You will learn how American girls have been a part of history as we read, keep a journal and play games from the past. We will also enjoy many hands-on projects such as weaving and jewelry making.

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Parkway Summer School Bucket Drumming Num: 912023 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912045 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Students will learn and create compositions on bucket drums and other Orff classroom instruments. This class is designed to work on the student’s individual instrumental skills, work with a group to create and perform pieces of music, and explore music from around the world. There will be a short performance on the last day. Camp First Grade Num: 991001 Grade 1 Period: 1 & 2 $50 Come join in the campire fun! Campers will be busy developing number sense through hands-on mathematical activities and games. They will build literacy skills while singing camp songs, reading camping and nature books, and journaling about their adventures. Campers will do arts and crafts, make snacks, play games, and enjoy other fun camping activities. Creative Jewelry Making Num: 901323 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 991745 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Students will have a hands-on experience creating many different types of jewelry and jewelry boxes. The art history of jewelry making will also be discussed and the students will learn about jewelry from many cultures. Cultural Collaboration Num: 990823 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990823 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Do you like to travel, play games, and eat delicious snacks? If so, come join us as we travel around the world to explore different cultures and ways of life of other children your age! We are going to enter their worlds by playing games, making and eating snacks, completing crafts, watching movies, and so much more, all from other children’s cultures! This is going to be an exciting way to learn about the cultures, lifestyles, and entertainment of the young people of our world. Endangered Animals Num: 901545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Students will be studying whales, sea turtles, and other endangered animals. We will be performing a short play featuring endangered animals. Displays and art projects about endangered animals will be completed. Students will construct games from animal facts and we will draw a whale to scale on the playground.

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Fitness and Fun Num: 901923 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 902045 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Come join us for a summer of itness and fun! In Fitness and Fun, students will enjoy some of their favorite games and activities from PE class. Capture the lag, basketball, soccer, kickball and many others will be played throughout the summer. It will be a summer of fun! Gross-Me-Out-Cooking Num: 902435 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 902435 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Have you ever wanted to try monkey vomit, zit-face pizza or armpit hair? Come and explore making different recipes with gross names! They are actually delicious! We will learn how to follow a recipe, use math to igure out the quantities, and discuss each of the foods with the food pyramid. Jumpstart to 2nd/3rd Grade Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Get a jumpstart on 2nd/3rd grade by exercising your brain this summer! Students will practice reading, writing and math skills. Students will learn through a variety of hands-on activities such as art, cooking and movement while incorporating technology to prepare for the next school year! Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period:1 & 2 $50 Children will have the opportunity to become familiar with the kindergarten experience through activities that will promote the development of literacy, math, art and music abilities, as well as social and ine-motor skills. Classroom and school routines also will be addressed in order to make a smooth transition into kindergarten. Children must be ive by August 1, 2013. A copy of the child’s birth certiicate must accompany the registration. Making Pop-up Books Num: 902725 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 Num: 902725 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 Everybody loves pop-up books! Popups add action and an element of surprise to writing activities. Students will enhance their writing and reading skills while creating original illustrations. By the end of the class, students will have a collection of very special books to share with family and friends.

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Math Games Galore! Num: 998945 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 998923 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Calling all math lovers! Put your math mind to the test! Turn learning into play with fun math games that build strategies and exercise thinking. Come play games that keep your brain hopping! We’ll have tournaments, team and partner play to practice basic facts, encourage strategy development and develop reasoning.

Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Reading and Math Workshop will emphasize the skills students need for their next challenges in both reading and math. The learning experiences are intended for students who are working below grade level. Lessons will be designed to engage and excite students, while helping them maintain their literacy and math skills over the summer. Students will have opportunities to participate in a variety of math games and exciting literacy experiences.

Moving with Math Num: 903023 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 903145 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 In Moving with Math, students will ind math fun by using hands-on ways to learn basic math skills. In grades 2-3, we will focus on addition, subtraction, telling time, money, and simple fractions. Grades 4-5 will concentrate on multiplication, division and fractions. Students will enjoy playing math games like relay race addition, beach ball subtraction, Skittle fractions, money bingo, as well as creating their own math game.

Reader’s Theatre Scripts and Plays Num: 903723 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 903845 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Are you ready to read, act, and create a set? Classes will be split into two or three groups each week (differentiated by reading level) to practice a Readers’ Theatre script. The students will have Monday-Thursday to practice their parts and build their sets. Friday will be reserved for performances to the rest of their classmates.

Once Upon A Fairy Tale Num: 903323 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 903323 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Are you ready to enter a world of enchanted forests, princes and princesses, castles, dragons, and so much more? We will investigate different versions of classic fairy tale stories such as The Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, The Gingerbread Man, and more! We will explore these stories through literature, movies, theater, arts and crafts, and even cooking! Rewrite your favorite fairy tale, or create your very own! Passion for Poetry Num: 903535 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 903535 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Do you enjoy reading the work of poets like Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, Karla Kuskin and other talented poetry authors for children? Do you have a lare for writing? Students will truly experience the art of poetry as we investigate the work of various poets, learn key poetic techniques to improve students’ writing and develop their listening and speaking skills as they perform their work for an audience. Students will explore various types of poems and create a book of their own work to treasure for years to come. Don’t be shy. Let your expressive side come alive in this fun, interactive summer school course.

Rockin’ Rocketry Num: 982223 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 Num: 982245 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 Blast off with fun and exciting hands-on science experiments including building, painting, and launching your own model rocket. Use computers to research and learn about space, astronauts, and space ships. Safety, pride, construction, and science concepts related to force and motion will be stressed.

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Science and Space Num: 904045 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Students will be performing science experiments from the Young Astronaut Program using water rockets, balloon cars, balloon rockets, gravity experiments, activities using the principles of light, building launch exhibits, and constructing a mock control panel out of wood and other hardware gadgets. We will have a mock space launch using our launch control panels along with a scripted launch used in the Space Camp Programs. Students will be graphing the results of their experiments as well as learning Newton’s Three Laws of Gravity.

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Parkway Summer School St. Louis Cardinal Mania Num: 904945 Grades 4-5 Num: 904823 Grades 2-3

Period: 1 $25 Period: 2 $25 “That’s a winner!” What better summer fun than combining learning with Major League baseball? We will create players’ biographies, re-live historical baseball moments by acting as reporters, practice keeping baseball statistics, publish our own books about the Cardinals, and that’s only the beginning! There is so much to discover about our 11-time World Series’ Champions and the rich history of America’s pastime! Slide in for the fun! The Wonderful World of Words Num: 905345 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905345 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Do you love to write? Do you love to publish your work in creative ways? Do you enjoy sharing your writing with others? Then welcome to The Wonderful World of Words! In this course, we will explore the art of poetry, write letters to friends and heroes, and even create our very own hardback picture book!

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Time4Technology: Computer Class for Kids Num: 905545 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 During Time4Technology, students will learn about and use a variety of computer programs and interesting websites. Students will have a chance to complete a handful of projects including virtual posters, interactive presentations, online stories, and much more! All levels of computer knowledge are welcome. World Tour in One Summer Num: 080725 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 080725 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 Travel the world in one summer! Join a tribe, become an Eskimo, explore the rain forest or escape on a safari adventure. Gather background information, read folktales and stories, create cultural art projects, play international games, and enjoy tasty foods from all over the world!

Central Middle & West Middle Summer Program The Central Middle and West Middle summer programs are being held at Parkway West Middle School. Students are encouraged to enroll at Parkway Central Middle School or West Middle School. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from Central and West area elementary schools to Parkway West Middle School only. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year to Parkway West Middle School. Transportation is not provided between Period 1and Period 2.

Central and West High School Summer Program The Central and West High School Program will be held at Parkway West High School. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from West and Central area elementary schools to Parkway West High School only. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year to Parkway West High School. Transportation is not provided between Period 1 and Period 2. Parkway Summer Programs 2013

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North Area Elementary Summer Schools Grades: Entering Kindergarten – 5th grade Sites: Bellerive and Craig Elementary Schools Site Coordinators: Tom Koerner, Bellerive, (314) 415-6053; and Dr. Alicia Bottorff and Mr. Berin Waller, Craig, (314) 415-4247 Program Description Summer gives everyone the time to engage in fun activities that encourage creativity, team building with friends, enrichment, and academic growth. In the north area you can “Launch into Success” at Bellerive or “Blast into Summer Learning” at Craig. Teachers are busy planning a wide range of opportunities that include PE, drama, computer, science, math, writing, reading and much more. This is a chance you don’t want to miss. So, sign-up to ill your summer days with fun, excitement and new learning! Fees & Supplies There is a $25 supply fee for each 2-hour course, which is due at the time of registration. Please make checks payable to Parkway School District. Kindergarten and ESOL students are to register for the same class from 8:00 a.m.-12:05 p.m. The supply fee is $50 for these classes. On the irst day students should bring a supply box which includes the following: crayons, scissors, markers, glue and pencils. In addition, students should bring a snack to eat. Please notify the nurse and the teacher of any food allergies. Schedule Classes meet June 3-June 21, Monday-Friday. Classes will provide students with various learning opportunities. The classes will meet as follows: Period 1: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:00 a.m.-12:05 p.m. (except Kindergarten and ESOL which will meet from 8:00 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. each day) Registration Registration for Parkway residents begins on April 4 (see page 2 for guidelines). Please choose courses according to the grade your child is ENTERING. Include irst and second choice course numbers

to ensure student’s enrollment. Registrations will be processed on a irst-come, irst-served basis. Completed registrations consist of completed registration, health forms, and supply fees. Complete registration and health forms on pages 3 and 5. Mail or bring them, with a check for supply fee, to Bellerive Elementary: 620 Rue de Fleur Dr., Creve Coeur, MO 63141; or to Craig Elementary: 1492 Craig Rd., St. Louis, MO 63146. All forms are needed before class conirmation will be given. Please direct questions about the Bellerive summer programs to Page Altmayer at 314-415-4719 and the Craig summer school programs to Dianna Kempf at 314-415-6229. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents (including students entering Kindergarten classes) from Ross Elementary to Bellerive Elementary and from McKelvey to Craig Elementary. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school program. There is no bus service between periods one and two. YMCA Prime Time Program YMCA Prime Time after summer school child care will be available at Bellerive Elementary and Craig Elementary. No before-school child care will be available. See page 49.

Bellerive Be a Graphic Novel Guru! Num: 906913 Grades 1-3 Num: 907045 Grades 4-5

Period: 1 $25 Period: 2 $25 Students will read a variety of graphic novel series with some of their favorite characters, like Lunch Lady, Captain Underpants, Baby Mouse, and more! We will explore the structure of graphic novels and how to read them. Students will have the opportunity to draw and write their own graphic novel.

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Parkway Summer School Blasting Into Second and Third Grade! Num: 907323 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Have a great time this summer while getting ready for second and third grade. We will focus on reading, writing, and math through games and hands-on activities. This will be a fun way to work with other second and third graders to review and get ready for the year ahead! Brain Game Academy Num: 907613 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Come join the fun as we play games with partners, in small groups, and as a whole class. Some games will S T R E T C H your mind, and others will help you discover strategies to problem solve and outsmart your opponent. We’ll be doing hands-on activities, as well as using technology as we strategize our way through games. If you like games or want to learn games such as: Mastermind, Blokus, Set, and Sequence, you’ll love this class! Computing Fun Num: 981035 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908113 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Do you love having fun on the computer? Then this is the class for you. Students will explore various websites to create fun projects, learn more about themselves and their world, and visit people and places all over the world, right from their computers. Time will also be spent each day working on those all-important keyboarding skills. Crafty Kids Num: 995213 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 995213 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 We will create an assortment of art projects based on some of our favorite story books. We will explore many different ways to create art. We will paint, draw, mold and morph ordinary objects into masterpieces. Crafty kids will also learn how to create Green Art using recycled items that we collect. Our class will conclude by creating a scrapbook/journal to showcase all the fun we had. Experimenting Fun with Science Num: 912125 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912125 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 Are you ready to learn the thrill and action of being a scientist? Well try “Experimenting with Science.” Students will become real live scientists as they explore safe, fun and exciting science experiments. Students will record their observations and predictions in their own science journals. Come and have fun experimenting with science!

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Fun with Robots Num: 908823 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908945 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Your mission will be to build and program a robot that is capable of performing multiple tasks in “The Green City Challenge”. Use your new knowledge of how to make a robot move and follow directions, in order to activate the wind turbine, place the solar panel (while avoiding the lower lady), sort the trash, close the dam, deploy the new smokestack, and energize Green City. Games Galore Num: 998925 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 998925 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 YAHTZEE! Uno! Rummy! Come learn about different board games and card games, get the chance to design and play your very own game, and have fun working and playing with friends. Students will spend each week learning and playing new and exciting games. Fridays are ‘free-choice’, where students may bring their favorite board or card game from home. Come to play the games and leave ready to share with friends and family! Jumpstart to First Grade Num: 990001 Grade 1 Period: 1 $25 Are you ready for irst grade? Students will practice reading, writing, and math skills through a variety of hands-on activities. This will be a fun way to work with other irst graders to review and get ready for the year ahead! Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period: 1 & 2 $50 Children will have the opportunity to become familiar with the kindergarten experience through activities that will promote the development of literacy, math, art and music abilities, as well as social and ine-motor skills. Classroom and school routines also will be addressed in order to make a smooth transition into kindergarten. Children must be ive by August 1, 2013. A copy of the child’s birth certiicate must accompany the registration. Just Cheer Num: 082113 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Show your Parkway spirit, while learning exciting chants and cheers. You will participate in a team effort to show off your new kicks, twists, and lexibility during this class. Along with cheering, you will participate in thrilling activities to pump up your spirit. A inal performance will allow you to prep up the crowd for victory!

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Mystery Mania Num: 909935 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Explore a variety of mysteries and become a detective to help solve them! We will go on scavenger hunts, read and write, “choose your adventure”, mystery books, search for clues to solve mysteries, and practice using skills that real detectives use! We will also be working together to solve riddles, logic puzzles, and more. Use your creativity, curiosity, and cleverness to become a detective with us! Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Period:1 $ 2 5 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Period:2 $25 Reading and Math Workshop will emphasize the skills students need for their next challenges in both reading and math. The learning experiences are intended for students who are working below grade level. Lessons will be designed to engage and excite students, while helping them maintain their literacy and math skills over the summer. Students will have opportunities to participate in a variety of math games and literacy experiences.

Sensational Summer Sports Num: 080435 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 080412 Grades 1-2 Period: 2 $25 This course is designed to provide the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, games, and sports. The activities and games will help develop kicking, throwing, catching, and movement skills. This course will also encourage physical fitness development. Come have fun, improve your skills, and make new friends. Students need to wear athletic shoes and bring a water bottle. So You Think You Can Dance Num: 082635 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $ 2 5 Start dancing to your favorite song while learning new show-stopping moves. Students of all dance ability levels are encouraged to enroll. You will also have an exciting time creating moves of your own and pumping up the crowd with your new routines. Center stage will be waiting for you during our final performance!

Storybook Cooking Fun Num: 997413 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 997413 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 This class will stir-up and create a love of reading with fun-filled literary-based cooking activities. Learn cooking terms, how to measure and how to read recipes. Enjoy making and eating numerous treats inspired by your favorite stories, and come away with your very own recipe book.

The Traveling Potters Num: 911145 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 911023 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Students will journal about their travels through time and around the world while learning about a variety of pottery. While students learn the culture and historical significance of this ancient art, they will also create their own pottery. Student will be able to apply building and glazing techniques daily. Craig Elementary Craig Active Living + Healthy Eating = Happy Kids Num: 913235 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 900313 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Life in the digital age may mean iPhone’s and laptops, but there’s no replacement for an active and healthy lifestyle. Get back to the basics in our class. Learn how through reading, practicing yoga, making nutritious snacks, journaling, and exercising.

American Girls Num: 990825 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $ 2 5 Learn about American history through the American Girl dolls! In this class students will make crafts, participate in group projects, play games, read books and watch videos. Arcade of Games Num: 900513 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Lace up your tennis shoes and join us for a variety of dynamic & fast-paced activities/games that will improve your level of fitness and sharpen your motor skills. There is a lot of FUN and new friendships to be made.

Baseball in St. Louis Num: 900735 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $ 2 5 The St. Louis Cardinals were one game from backto-back World Series appearances! Re-live the greatest moments in the history of the Cardinals and explore the past of our incredible franchise. Talk about your favorite players, learn how to take and analyze baseball statistics, and play a bit of ball yourself!

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Parkway Summer School Become a ‘Published’ Writer Num: 900845 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Do you enjoy writing creative stories? We will publish a variety of writing by hand, or on computers! We will write poems, picture books, comics, and other creative stories. You can design them any way you want! By the end of this class, you will have your own personal collection of published writing to share with friends and family! Blasting into Bookmaking Num: 050523 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Do you enjoy writing stories about your own adventures? Would you like to publish books with your stories? In this class we will make a variety of books. Our books will be hand written, computer printed, pop-ups, fabric covered, and more. By the end of this class you will have your own personal library of books to take home. Discovering Science Secrets Num: 901423 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Would you like to write with invisible ink? Have you ever created a crystal garden? Do you know what glubber is? In this class you will perform many science experiments and discover exciting science secrets! English Camp 1st and 2nd Grades Num: 912512 Grades 1-2 Period: 1 & 2 $50 English Camp is a unique opportunity for English Language Learners to practice listening to, speaking, reading, and writing English. Students will develop improved pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary skills while using high-order thinking and having fun through literature and educational games. This course is appropriate for all levels of English proiciencies. English Camp II (ESOL) Num: 912635 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 & 2 $50 English Camp is a unique opportunity for English Language Learners to practice listening to, speaking, reading, and writing English. Students will develop improved pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary while using high-order thinking skills and having fun. Fairy Tale Adventures Num: 901823 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Come explore different versions of classic fairy tales including The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, and Cinderella! We will experience these fairy tales through books, plays, songs and hands-on activities! Students will use all that they learn to write and publish their very own fairy tales!

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Games Around the World Num: 998825 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Are you ready to play fun games? In this class, students will learn about other countries around the world and different games people have played throughout history. We will look at different cultures and geography as well as play large-and-small-group games. This will be an exciting and fun learning experience! Games- Inside and Out Num: 902213 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912835 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 The students will study and play different board games. They will igure out the basic necessities for board games. Based on their research, the students will create their own board games. They will have to write rules and measure out the board game. Jumpstart to 2nd and 3rd Grade Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Get a jumpstart on second and third grade by exercising your brain this summer! Students will get a head start on the upcoming school year by practice reading, writing, and math skills. Students will learn through fun, hands-on activities that incorporate games, art, and physical movement inside and out! This will be a fun way to jumpstart the new school year! Jumpstart to First Grade Num: 990001 Grade 1 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990001 Grade 1 Period: 2 $25 Let’s get ready for First Grade! In this class students will enhance their literacy and math skills through a variety of hands-on activities. With the use of many summer themes, we will get a head start to First Grade! There will even be homemade ice cream! Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period: 1 & 2 $50 Children will have the opportunity to become familiar with the kindergarten experience through activities that will promote the development of literacy, math, art and music abilities, as well as social and ine-motor skills. Classroom and school routines also will be addressed in order to make a smooth transition into kindergarten. Children must be ive by August 1, 2013. A copy of the child’s birth certiicate must accompany the registration.

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Mad Math and Science Num: 913335 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 902613 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Investigate the three states of matter. Explore the wonders of weather and learn how to make ooblek slime and crystals. Discover what causes clouds, rain, lightning, and tornadoes. Travel through our galaxy and learn about space and the planets. Use measurement to make magic muck and Kool-aid play dough. Enjoy math games, brain teasers, and super-science creations and experiments. Painting Pizzazz Num: 903413 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912935 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Calling all artists! Experience the use of tempera, acrylic, printmaking, watercolor and watercolor pencil. Then, enhance with the use of oil, pastels, marker, crayon and colored chalk. While learning about a variety of art processes, students will expand their knowledge of speciic artists, art movements, and cultures. Get messy with permission! Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5

Period: 1 $25 Period: 2 $25 Period: 1 $25 Period: 2 $25 Reading and Math Workshop will emphasize the skills students need for their next challenges in both reading and math. The learning experiences are intended for students who are working below grade level. Lessons will be designed to engage and excite students, while helping them maintain their literacy and math skills over the summer. Students will have opportunities to participate in a variety of math games and exciting literacy experiences. Sim City Experience Num: 904435 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 If you could build your dream city, what would it be like? In the live-action class, “Sim City Experience”, students will create a city in the classroom. We will build a government, run our own businesses, control inances, and learn valuable life experiences to better ourselves and our communities.

Under the Sea Num: 913035 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905613 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 This summer we are going to turn our classroom into an underwater adventure as we study extraordinary ocean animals. Join us as we learn about the ocean through science experiment, the exploration of the internet, the creation of crafts, the viewing of videos, and the reading of books. Our “ocean experts” will create an ocean fact book displaying all of the information that was learned over the course of our exploration. Special guests will be invited such as a scuba diver, to share their adventures, equipment, and safety tips. The class will conclude with a “Beach Party”! Vacation Destination Num: 905723 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 913145 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Travel to far-away places without stepping off your school grounds! As you visit countries around the world, you will gather background information, read folktales and stories, create art projects, play international games, and enjoy snacks. You won’t even need to pack your bags to be a part of this vacation destination! WeFit Num: 905935 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Are you passionate about activity, fun, & games? Do you enjoy working cooperatively as part of a team? REV up your itness regime & improve your coordination and skills by joining your friends for an active and exciting adventure with high-level-energy activities/games. Guaranteed to be FUN !! Where in the world is... Num: 906123 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Have you ever wanted to travel to all seven continents? Come join us as we journey around the world and learn about traditions, games and physical features of the different continents! Students will create their own world map; keep a travel journal, and present information about their favorite region! You Can Rock Fourth and Fifth Grade Num: 906245 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Are you ready to rock fourth and ifth grade? Students will practice reading, writing, and math skills. Students will learn through a variety of hands-on activities incorporating art, games, and creative projects to prepare for their next school year. What a fun way to get started rocking the new school year!

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Parkway Summer School Parkway Northeast Middle Summer School Grades: 6-8 Site: Northeast Middle Site Coordinator: Grace Lee (314) 415-5197 Site Secretary: Jennifer Sloane (314) 415-5197 Program Description Northeast Middle Summer Enrichment Program will offer classes designed to enhance and strengthen each student’s knowledge and skills. The program will provide a variety of enrichment, elective, and intervention courses which will assist each student in achieving optimal individual growth. Classes offered are for students entering grades 6 through 8. Class sizes are limited. Early registration is encouraged. Courses offered are subject to suficient enrollment requirements and may be cancelled through May 31. Schedule Classes meet June 3-21, Monday through Friday. Classes meet as follows: Period 1: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:05 a.m.-12:05 p.m. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins on April 4 (see guidelines on page 2). If, on the FIRST DAY of summer school registration, any class receives more registrations than there are spaces available, a “random selection” will be held for the spaces in the class. Starting on the second day of registration, students will be enrolled on a irst-come, irst-served basis until a class ills. Students may register at Northeast Middle School or by mail. Use the forms (pages 3, 5) in this bulletin to register. Lunch is not provided. Students should bring their own snack. Mail registration, health form and checks to Northeast Middle School Summer Program, Attn: Jennifer Sloane; 181 Coeur DeVille Dr.; Creve Coeur, MO 63141. Fees Each class requires a $25 supply fee. Please make checks payable to the Parkway School District and include with the registration form.

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Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from North area elementary schools to Parkway Northeast Middle. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school program. There is no bus service between periods 1 and 2. YMCA Traveling Teens Students in grades 6-8 who are enrolled in summer school can participate in the YMCA Traveling Teens. See page 48 for details.

21st Century Technology Num: 107768 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 107768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Grow and advance all of the computer skills necessary for success throughout middle school and beyond! Topics covered include Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and Publisher. We will also create, edit, and produce Photostory presentations and our own short movies. Finally, we will play some challenging and addictive online games throughout the summer! All About You Num: 912768 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Who moved my cheese? Do you dread change? Students who ind change and/or transition challenging will enjoy discovering self in a fun environment while learning organization skills, decision making, dealing with peer pressure, advocating for self, how to deal with change and transition, and more. Basketball Academy Num: 906868 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 906868 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Come and enjoy a summer of basketball! Through games, contests, and drills, you will have the opportunity to develop and improve your basketball skills. Ceramics Num: 907768 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 907768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Students will create artworks using clay modeling techniques. Artwork will range from functional pottery to decorative sculptures. Students are given creative freedom while practicing proper ceramic construction methods.

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Competitive Sports and Games Num: 908068 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908068 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Improve your teamwork, athletic skills, and overall knowledge of your favorite summertime sports. We’ll play tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, soccer, lag football, capture the lag and more! Bring your athletic shoes and a cool drink because this class is a workout! Crazy about Cupcakes Num: 908468 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908468 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Go cupcake crazy with mouthwatering ideas and designs. Learn basic decorating techniques and create the yummiest and best looking cupcakes ever! They come in sweet chocolate or creamy vanilla, and are decorated with dazzling designs. Best of all, you get to eat what you make. Engineering + Mathematics + Innovation + Technology (EMIT) = Fun Future Num: 901668 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 & 2 $50 This summer school course is designed for 6th-8th grade students who would like to learn more about engineering, science and the mathematics that informs the engineering ield. Students will learn the relevance of engineering and how it prepares them to understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world. Students will be spending the four-hour time slot between 2 teachers, one Technology teacher and one math/science teacher. Green Team Num: 912368 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912368 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 In this class you will learn all about how to “go green” at school, in your community and at home. We will take care of NEMS very own garden while learning the importance of why we should garden. The class will also go on a journey with trash and see where it ends up, if it gets thrown away or recycled. Sign up if you are interested in gardening, composting or saving the environment! Lifetime Sports Num: 081668 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 081668 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 In this class we will be involved in sports and activities that you can enjoy for an entire lifetime! These sports include tennis, frisbee, volleyball, basketball, and many more. We will be involved in games that if learned at an early age will lead to physical activity for a long time.

Jewelry Making and Crafts Num: 909568 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909568 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 In this class students will learn how to develop inspiration for jewelry designs and craft their own jewelry pieces. They will learn different techniques and make their own polymer and paper beads for their designs. They will also be able to make other crafts including small sculptures and key chains made from the polymer clay. This class will give students a great opportunity to express themselves creatively! Junior Band Num: 120968 Grade 7 Period: 1 $25 Num: 120968 Grade 7 Period: 2 $25 Junior Band will be for band students who have just completed 6th grade. We will continue learning new music in the full-band setting. Students will have an opportunity to switch instruments if desired. Music played will be from current and classic popular music. Students will perform a concert on the last day of summer school!

Literacy Institute/Jump into Reading and Writing Num: 909768 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This class is designed to interest middle school students who are lukewarm about reading and writing. We will explore iction and noniction texts and discuss elements of iction and noniction. Students may choose what they like to read and will receive support as they read and write. Students will spend time writing about what they are reading. Other writing will include igurative writing in poetry and other creative pieces. Man vs Wild Num: 996168 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 996168 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 It’s a dangerous world out there. If you’re not prepared, your next outdoor adventure could be disastrous. Arm yourself with the skills and know-how to survive any situation. Become a seasoned adventurer and learn the survival strategies you need for a lifetime of exploring the great outdoors.

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So This is Middle School Num: 970706 Grade 6 Period: 1 $25 Num: 970706 Grade 6 Period: 2 $25 Students are introduced to the curriculum and a typical day at Northeast Middle School. Our focus will be on building a sense of community as students work together to build friendships through a variety of team-building activities that will take place in the classroom as well as various locations throughout the NEMS area. These activities will center around time management, home study space, study skills, and provide an overview of the sixth-grade curriculum. Along with various activities to assist them with becoming familiar with Northeast Middle School, students will discover the subject areas they will encounter during the regular school year. Photography Num: 027368 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 027368 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Students will learn how cameras work, how to take effective, high-quality pictures, and digital processing. In addition, students will improve their oral communication skills through presentations, discussions, and critique. Prerequisite: digital camera or camera app on phone (no cameras, batteries, or other supplies will be provided)

Summer Concert Band Num: 120908 Grade 8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 120908 Grade 8 Period: 2 $25 Are you a 7th-grade band student who wants a head start on 8th-grade band? Do you want to play during the summer or perhaps try a different instrument? Sign up! From movie themes to rock and roll, we’ll play music of all kinds, with a concert on the last day!

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Grades: 9-12 Site: North High Site Coordinator: Greg Wagener, (314) 415-5680 Program Description North High’s summer program provides courses that may be taken to earn credit for courses that were not successfully completed during the school year, and a variety of elective and enrichment courses which will assist each student in achieving optimal individual growth. Schedule Classes meet June 3-July 5, Monday-Friday (no class on July 4). Two class periods will be available on the following schedule: Period 1: 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:10 a.m.-12:40 p.m. Attendance and Grades Regular attendance is required for course credit. A third absence will result in loss of credit and the student will be dropped from the class. All students will receive a grade in every class. Students cannot earn Honors credit in summer school. No pass/fails or audit credit will be given. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins on April 4 (see page 2 for guidelines). In summer school, students will be enrolled on a irst-come, irst-served basis until a class ills. Students may obtain and submit registration forms at North High in Student Services or may register by mail using the forms on pages 3-5 of this bulletin. Mail the forms to Greg Wagener, Parkway North High School, 12860 Fee Fee Rd., St. Louis, MO 631464498. Students may wish to consult with their counselor prior to registration. Fees Students pay no tuition or supply fees. There is a fee for behind-the-wheel driving in Driver’s Education.

Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from North area elementary schools to Parkway North High. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school program. There is no bus service between Periods 1 and 2. Course Offerings All of the courses offered may be scheduled to meet Period 1, Period 2 or both, depending on enrollment. Any course may be cancelled due to insuficient enrollment. More complete course descriptions may be found in the Parkway North High School Student Course Guide.

The following courses are offered only to those students who have previously attempted the course, but did not earn credit. Only 1/2 credit (one semester) may be earned during summer school for any course—even if it is a year-long course during the school year. English 1 English #057010 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The ninth grade English program consists of studying various forms of literature and composition, including mechanics and usage, vocabulary, spelling and oral communication. These skills are expanded through the study of the short story, the novel, poetry and drama. English 2 English #057020 Grades 11-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Continues the work begun in English 1 with the study of literature, composition and oral communication skills. The skills of analysis and critical reading are developed through poetry, iction, noniction and drama. English 3 English #057030 Grade 12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This is a course to survey American literature, including all genres and a variety of reading materials. Students also write in response to the ideas and issues in the literature. The summer course will review parts of literature to 1900 (from the Fall course) and review literature from 1900 to the present (from the Spring course).

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Parkway Summer School Modern United States History Social Studies #157000 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This continuation of a two-year study of American history, begun in the eighth grade, includes the study of domestic and foreign events which brought the United States to world power in the 1900’s, the world wars and the changing role of the United States in the post-war era. World History: The Modern Era Social Studies #157010 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course traces the development of western civilization from its classical origins to the twentieth century by concentrating on speciic periods, persons and events. This course includes comparisons of past and present events, as well as western and non-western development. United States Government Social Studies #157100 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit The history, institutions, branches, functions, electoral processes, and citizens’ role associated with the governments of the local area, the state of Missouri, and the United States are presented in this course. The course includes an emphasis on the rights, and responsibilities of citizenship (e.g., community service), as well as a study of the principles and provisions of the Missouri and United States Constitutions. The Constitution examination(s) and the course must be passed according to Missouri law in order for a student to receive a graduation certiicate. Algebra 1 Math #117100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Algebra 1 is a critical turning point in the development of mathematical thinking. Students will move beyond working simply with concrete objects and begin analyzing the abstract world of mathematical objects. This analysis requires exploration and imagination as students create, discover, and uncover unifying patterns and structures in the realm of mathematics. An improved understanding of these structures will enhance all students’ ability to apply algebra to real-world contexts for predictions and inferences, thus helping them better understand and respond to the challenges of our ever-changing world. This college preparatory course emphasizes real-number operations, the manipulation of algebraic expressions, and the solution of algebraic sentences. At the conclusion of this course, students take the Algebra 1 End-of-Course Assessment required by the state of Missouri.

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Geometry Math #116200 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course covers the traditional content of high school geometry and introduces the student to geometric proof. The emphasis of the course is on geometric relationship of igures, visualization of geometric properties and mensuration formulae. Algebra 2 Math #117300 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course reviews fundamental concepts and skills of high school algebra and applies them to typical topics of second-year algebra. The content stresses manipulation of algebraic expressions, solution of algebraic statements, and classiication of algebraic relations. Matter and Change Science #137210 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This semester of chemistry will include a study of physical and chemical changes, classiication of matter, phase changes, atomic structure, the periodic table, laws of conservation of matter, as well as the history of chemistry. The course also addresses scientiic method, graphing and metric measurement. Biology 1: Cells and Variation Science #137140 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course of life science looks at scientiic methods, human anatomy and physiology, cells and their environment, some aspects of cell division, biochemistry and disease. The topics will be addressed in a manner that emphasizes process and thinking skills. Biology 2: Evolution & Ecology Science #137150 Grades 11-12 Period 1 1/2 credit The theme for Biology 2 is “How is life interrelated?” Students will study the unity and diversity of life, natural selection, DNA, protein synthesis, interdependence, ecological processes, photosynthesis, and respiration. Forces and Motion in 1D Science #137310 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course is the irst in a recommended series of physics courses. This class will cover topics including laboratory safety, measurement, scientiic inquiry, graphical analysis and the study of forces and motion in one dimension. Group interaction, discussion, and cooperation during laboratory practice and mathematical problemsolving sessions will be commonplace. Open-ended lab experiences requiring student collaboration and multiplestep problem-solving execution will be frequent.

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The following courses are offered to any student wishing to earn elective credit (without having previously taken the course), as well as to those who have previously taken the course, but did not earn credit. Each course earns 1/2 credit. These courses are offered only to those students entering the grades indicated. Advanced English Prep #057222 Grades 9-10

English Period 2 1/2 credit Advanced English Prep provides a foundation in the major skills and tasks in Advanced English to help bridge the gap between middle school Language Arts and the rigorous expectations of the high school Advanced English program. The course will include practice in close reading and annotation of iction texts, analytical literary discussion, and paragraph structure with a close focus on literary analysis, grammar/usage reinforcement, and vocabulary work. Literature will include a full class novel, short stories, and noniction prose. Time will also be given for modeling of and work on the summer reading assignment due in the fall. College Prep Composition 1 English #057210 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course is equivalent to and preparation for college Freshman Composition. This course will help students develop skills in writing personal narratives, conducting ield research, and composing relective writing. In composing their essays, students will apply the writing process, including drafting, revising, peer editing, and engaging in conferences with the teacher. Students will receive instruction in vocabulary, mechanics and grammar, which they will apply to their writing. Creative Writing English #057130 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit The goal of this course is to encourage and nurture the student’s innate creativity. Students will study techniques used by professional writers and will be motivated with enticing writing activities designed to help them improve their skills while experiencing the pleasure of success. Writing may include a play, a short story, plus many poems and personal narratives. The exhibition of students’ work produced in this class will be in the school’s creative writing magazine. May not replace English 3.

Driver’s Education and Trafic Safety Elective #087350 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Fee: $385 Students will receive classroom instruction regarding safe and courteous driving and preparation for the Missouri Driver’s Exam. The course consists of classroom instruction, behind-the-wheel driving experience and in-car observation. Students must be 15 years or older by June 3. Each student must have passed a vision test (20/20 minimum) prior to the behind-the-wheel driving class. Contact the school nurse, Krista Stephan (314-4157630) for this test or provide vision test results from your doctor to the driving instructor. There is a $385 course fee because behind-the-wheel experience is provided through the Parkway Community School. Make your check payable to Parkway Community Education and return it with your registration form. ESOL Essentials Elective #057444 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course is designed for students who have limited English proiciency. Emphasis is placed on acquiring skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing. This intensive instruction in a supportive and non-threatening environment helps students learn English quickly and allows ELLs to make necessary academic and social adjustments. Exploring Human Behavior Elective #961500 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This introductory course explores themes of motivation, depression, personality disorders, and other topics relating to becoming a self-actualized person. This is an enrichment course, and therefore students should expect to complete all homework in order to be successful. Hollywood History Elective #961300 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Ever since Birth of a Nation, Hollywood has created its own version of history. Since then, some ilms have had enormous educational value, while others are created purely for entertainment purposes. How can the average viewer tell the difference? This class will give students the opportunity to view ilms from a variety of historical periods and assess their historical accuracy against a wide range of other sources.

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Parkway Summer School Prep Algebra Elective #116050 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is designed to introduce students to the basic algebraic properties, vocabulary, and concepts. It will prepare students for success in Algebra 1 during the coming year. Students who have failed a semester of Algebra should not take this course. Prep Geometry Elective #116070 Grades 9-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course is designed to introduce students to the basic geometric properties, vocabulary, and concepts. It will prepare algebra students and/or incoming 9th graders for success in geometry during the coming year. Students who have failed a semester of geometry should not take this course. This course will fulill an elective credit. Prep World History Elective #962000 Grades 9-10 Period 1 1/2 credit Prep World History provides an opportunity for students entering 9th or 10th grade to work on their historical thinking skills with an emphasis on research and analysis. This course will focus on preparing students to analyze primary and secondary source materials, sharpen research skills, and participate in small-group discussions. The course will include content from ancient and medieval times, as well as the Renaissance-Modern periods. Reading Strategies Elective #961003 Grades 9-10 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Reading enrichment will give students of all reading abilities an opportunity to improve their general reading skills. Students will work with a variety of texts including novels, short stories, newspapers, magazines, textbooks, ilm, and on-line sources. Vocabulary instruction and writing assignments will enhance the reading strategies, and a variety of study skill strategies will also be explored. Strategies for School Success Elective #961000 Grades 9-10 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Get a head start on the next school year. Students will learn organizational skills and time management as well as note-taking and listening skills to make school and homework life more manageable. Step-by-step procedures for successful essay writing and test-taking techniques will be taught. Students will also brush up on their math skills to get them ready for the next school year.

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Writing Strategies Elective #961001 Grades 9-10 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is designed to help incoming freshmen and sophomores improve their writing skills and prepare for the rigorous language arts program. Students will learn strategies to help with pre-writing, organizing, drafting, revising, and publishing their papers. Students will work toward writing multi-paragraph essays with strong theses, clear organization and detailed development in their prose. Design Arts Fine Arts #027000 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Students will be taught how to use the elements and principles of design to create well-designed works of art in a variety of art media, which may include drawing, painting, and sculpture. This course serves as a prerequisite for a number of art courses. Piano 1 Fine Arts #127610 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is designed for beginning piano students. Students will become familiar with the keyboard and will learn to read notes and chord symbols. Health Education Health #077100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This comprehensive course includes the topics of body systems, social systems, personal and family health/ human sexuality, nutrition principles and practices, consumer health, life-management skills, disease prevention and control, personal safety and injury prevention, tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, and environmental health. Physical Fitness Concepts P. E . #087110 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The content of the course involves personal physical itness, aquatics and limited exposure to selected activities. Emphasis will be placed on assessing, achieving and maintaining personal, health-related physical-itness goals. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school. Competitive Sports and Games P.E. #087140 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The course will focus on the skill development, knowledge of rules and strategies in a variety of team sports. Fitness and conditioning will play a major role in the application of this class. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school.

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Walking Fitness P.E. 087400 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course incorporates creative-walking programs to improve student itness levels and promote lifetime itness. Various assessments will be used to develop students’ understanding in regards to the importance of their overall itness, with an emphasis on cardiovascular itness. Correct methods of walking, aerobic walking, exercise principles, and health and nutrition concepts will be addressed. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school. Personal Finance Personal Finance #037100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Understanding and managing personal inances are key to one’s future inancial success. This one-semester course is based on the Missouri Personal Finance Competencies and presents essential knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about real-world inancial issues. Students will learn how choices inluence occupational options and future earning potential. Students will also learn to apply decision-making skills to evaluate career choices and set personal goals. The course content is designed to help the learner make wise spending, saving, and credit decisions and to make effective use of income to achieve personal inancial success.

Integrated Computer Literacy P ra c . A r t s #037010 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course helps students develop and apply computer skills in a variety of subject areas in school, business and other professional environments by strengthening proiciency on the computer keyboard using current software to learn word processing, data base, spreadsheet, and desktop publishing.

Environmental Science Science #137500 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course centers on the principles of ecology. Major concepts include: studies of soil, air and water, environmental variables, population dynamics, indicator organisms, succession, pathology of the environment, and energy.

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South Area Elementary Summer School Program Grades: Entering K-5 grades Sites: Carman Trails, Oak Brook Site Coordinators: Robert Villigram, Carman Trails, (314) 415-6123; and, Kevin Helton, Oak Brook, (314) 415-6556 Program Description Opportunities for skill-building, enrichment, and academic challenge will be presented to students participating in South Area Summer School programs. An emphasis will be placed on the joy of learning through high-interest, hands-on activities. Fees There is a $25 supply fee for each two-hour course for student materials. The fee is due at the time of registration. Checks should be made payable to the Parkway School District. Incoming kindergartners, who attend Jumpstart to Kindergarten, will attend one four-hour class each day. The supply fee for this class is $50. Some teachers may request that students bring a personal supply box with things such as pencils, glue, crayons, or markers.

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Please direct questions about the Oak Brook summer programs to Barb Schroeder at 314- 415-6556. Transportation Shuttle bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from South area elementary schools to the summer school sites (this includes students entering kindergarten). Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year. There is no shuttle bus service between periods 1 and 2. Shuttle buses will pick up at Barretts and Hanna Woods in the morning and transport students to Carman Trails and then reverse the route in the afternoon, dropping students off at Barretts and Hanna Woods. Shuttle buses will pick up at Sorrento Springs and Wren Hollow in the morning and transport students to Oak Brook and then reverse the route in the afternoon, dropping students off at Sorrento Springs and Wren Hollow. YMCA Prime Time Program YMCA Prime Time before and after summer school child care will be available at Oak Brook Elementary school. Afternoon summer school child care is available at Carman Trails Elementary School. See page 49 for details.

Carman Trails Carman Trails Schedule Classes will meet June 3 through June 21, Monday through Friday. The school day will begin at 8:00 a.m. and will dismiss at 12:05 p.m. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins April 4. If, on the FIRST DAY of summer school registration, any class receives more registrations than there are spaces available, a “random selection” will be held for the spaces in the class. Starting on the second day of registration, students will be enrolled on a irstcome, irst-served basis until a class ills. Choose courses based on the grade level the student will be ENTERING in the 2013-14 school year. Complete the registration and health forms in this booklet (pages 3-5) and mail to the school in which you are registering, along with a check for the supply fee ($25 per two-hour class). Meals are not provided. Students should bring their own healthy snack each day.

A Seussical Summer Adventure! Num: 906413 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 906413 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Let’s explore the Lorax, Whos, and Sneetches enjoying Dr. Seuss. Using books, video clips, games, and more, we’ll explore reading, science, and subjects galore! Oh, the places we’ll go and the things we will do, we look forward to sharing this adventure with you!

Animal Genius Num: 996313 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 996313 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Insects, mammals, reptiles, OH MY!! From the soft and cuddly to the creepy and untamed, come along and join the exploration of animal life. Through a variety of hands-on activities, we will learn about the habitats of animals, what they eat, and their daily way of life. We will enjoy books, art projects, games, video clips and even some outdoor exploration. Sign up with your friends for an adventure and become an ANIMAL GENIUS! Parkway Summer Programs 2013

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Art & Literature Love Num: 911713 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Do you love reading and making art? We will explore the writings and illustrations of kid’s favorite books and create our own stories using watercolor, ink, collage, and crayon. We will study books by Roald Dahl, Shel Silverstein, Mo Willems, Dr. Seuss, and more in this fun and engaging class! Artist’s Apprentice Num: 911813 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Discover how artists created and explored in the past in Artist’s Apprentice. We will read a number of children’s books about famous artists and study their artworks. We will use our studies to create original artworks using watercolor, pencil, ink, collage, and more! Backpacking Through Europe Num: 906745 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 906623 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Every kid dreams about traveling to foreign places. We’ll load our backpacks, update our passports and take off for our backpacking adventure through Europe! We’ll cook traditional dishes, learn about the different languages, and play traditional games. We’ll use technology and our imaginations (not in that order!) to take a trip that will teach us about culture, history, art, food and fun! Let’s load-up our backpacks and tour Europe together this summer! Book-Making Bonanza Num: 907424 Grades 2-4 Period: 1 $25 Num: 907424 Grades 2-4 Period: 2 $25 We will create books that improve writing skills and make your writing entertaining and informative. Your readers will say, “WOW!!” You will construct pop-up, peek-a-boo, comic, and cloth-covered books that will cause you to want to share and read your books over and over again! Camp First Grade Num: 991001 Grade 1 Period: 1 $25 Num: 991001 Grade 1 Period: 2 $25 Are you ready for irst grade? Come join Camp First Grade as we take part in hands-on activities and games that will incorporate reading, writing, and math skills. This will be a fun way to review and gain conidence to get ready for the year ahead!

CHEEReading Num: 907935 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 907813 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 CHEEReading is an amazing class that spends half of class learning cheers, gymnastics, dancing, stunting, and tumbling! The other half is spent reading, researching on the computer, and writing articles about all of the new cheerleading skills we will be learning. It is a BLAST! Clay Creations Num: 996645 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 If you like to make things from clay, this is the class for you. We will be creating two projects a day. Attendance is important. Come join in the fun! Computing Fun Num: 908212 Grades 1-2 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908212 Grades 1-2 Period: 2 $25 Do you like having fun on the computer? Students will explore various math and reading games on the computer. They will also write noniction using Microsoft Word, spending time each day working on those all-important keyboarding skills. Cookbook Creations Num: 908313 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908313 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Come and learn how to read a cookbook, follow directions, measure, and add cooking terms to your vocabulary! Inspired by some of our favorite books, we will enjoy and write reviews of the treats we make. You’ll leave with your own recipe book! ESOL Summer School Num: 996815 Grades 1-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 996815 Grades 1-5 Period: 2 $25 This class is for students who are beginning to learn English as their second language. In this class, we will continue to work on improving speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in English. We will prepare students to be successful in their next grade level through a literacybased approach while participating in fun learning activities and games which will include basic math. Fancy Nancy Num: 908513 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Bonjour! Come join the fancy fun of the Fancy Nancy series by Jane O’Connor. Using our fanciful imaginations, we will practice creative journal writing and learn some fancy new vocabulary! Our class will conclude with a tea party reading fair. Ooh la la!

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Fiber Art Num: 908635 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 What is iber art? Fiber art is a creative process using many textiles, such as yarn, or fabric. We will be weaving hats and pot holders, sewing puppets, cross stitch, making tied-died T-shirts, batik pillows, yarn bowls and so much more. Fun for boys and girls. This class ills up fast so register soon.

Jump Start to Second Grade Num: 990012 Grade 2 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990012 Grade 2 Period: 2 $25 Have a great time this summer and get ready for second grade. We will focus on reading, writing, math, and science through targeted learning and activities as we review concepts and promote the skills that will help your child be successful in the year ahead!

Games Galore Num: 912235 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912235 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 In this class, we will play games that work on basic math computations, develop a stronger understanding of the relationship between numbers and geometry skills; memorize your facts; improve reading skills and vocabulary; work to develop stronger visualization; and improve the ability to give clear and concise directions. And we do it all while playing games and having fun!

Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period: 1 & 2 $50 Children will have the opportunity to become familiar with the kindergarten experience through activities that will promote the development of literacy, math, art and music abilities, as well as social and ine-motor skills. Classroom and school routines also will be addressed in order to make a smooth transition into kindergarten. Children must be ive by August 1, 2013. A copy of the child’s birth certiicate must accompany the registration.

Girl POWER! Num: 909023 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909145 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Girl POWER! Do you like to run? Do you like to read? Do you like to relax? Come join us as we strengthen our muscles and our minds. This class will challenge you to set personal goals as you learn more about yourself through exercise, books, and yoga for kids. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun! Num: 992235 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 If you like trying new things (like cake decorating and sewing!) then this class is for you! We will also learn how writing poems and keeping a creative journal can boost your self-esteem! The class will end with a reading fair so you can show off your skills to all your new friends! It’s a Mystery to Me! Num: 909435 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909435 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Put on your sleuthing hats and grab your magnifying glass! In this class, students will read Mystery books, examine story elements and vocabulary associated with those stories, and write their own mystery. With many educational mysterious activities, this class will certainly add to your student’s understanding and appreciation of the mystery genre. After all, it’s all elementary, Watson!

Math Summer Fun Num: 110713 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 110713 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 This summer we will be focusing on numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, and data. We will use manipulatives and other materials to build models of mathematical situations. We will work in groups, have discussions and learn from others. The goal this summer is to make learning and understanding math fun! Movie Making Madness Num: 909835 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909835 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 3-2-1-ACTION! In Movie Madness, students will learn the basics of story boarding, sound effects, screen play writing, directing, acting, set and prop design, ilming and editing of a short feature ilm. Students will explore genres of ilms from lamination to documentary while learning about the ilm-making process. Ocean Life Num: 910135 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 910135 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Are you interested in sharks, whales, or dolphins? In this class, we will explore the ocean and the creatures in it. Through activities, books, video clips, and more, we will learn about the different kinds of animals in the ocean, their habitats, and how they interact in the ocean.

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Once Upon a Time... Num: 910235 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 910235 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Spend a magical summer ighting dragons, outsmarting wolves, meeting princes and princesses, exploring castles, escaping giants and witches, and learning to spin straw into gold as you travel around the globe to explore Once Upon a Time Fairy Tales from many different countries and cultures! Our exploration will include reading, music, video clips, and Readers’ Theater. Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Reading and Math Workshop will emphasize the skills students need for their next challenges in both reading and math. The learning experiences are intended for students who are working below grade level. Lessons will be designed to engage and excite students, while helping them maintain their literacy and math skills over the summer. Students will have opportunities to participate in a variety of math games and literacy experiences. Soccer Stars Clinic Num: 910835 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 910713 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 This soccer clinic will help you to develop and improve your soccer skills such as passing, receiving, controlling, catching, heading, and kicking the ball. Come join us, and you will be able to participate in fun practices and games while improving your skills and learning. Sports of All Sorts Num: 080913 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 080935 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Students will learn and improve on fundamental movement skills while participating in multiple sports and lifetime activities. We will participate in soccer, kickball, volleyball and lots of fun games focusing on cooperation and team work in a nurturing environment. The Leader In Me Num: 910923 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 910923 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 In The Leader in Me, students transform into leaders! With opportunities to practice leadership skills such as public speaking, listening, collaborating, and persuading, students will learn to unleash their full potential. We will be researching prominent historical leaders, and meeting with leaders in our community. They will discover the leader within them.

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Boys Gotta Be Boys Num: 900925 Grades 2-4 Period: 1 $25 Num: 900925 Grades 2-4 Period: 2 $25 Boys, come explore, create, have fun and even get dirty while digging for dinosaurs, exploring bugs, cooking up crazy concoctions, and MORE!!! Bucket Drumming and other Instrument Playing Num: 901035 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 This course is designed to offer the opportunity for students to participate in a creative environment where they will learn and create compositions on bucket drums and other Orff and classroom instruments. This class is designed to work on the student’s individual instrumental skills, work with a group to create and perform pieces of music, and explore music from around the world. Come and have fun playing music and making new friends. There will be a short performance on the last day to show what we have worked on during the summer. Camp First Grade Num: 991001 Grade 1 Period: 1 & 2 $50 Attention irst grade campers! Students in this class will participate in literacy and math activities based on a theme that comes from a daily read-aloud. By reviewing kindergarten skills and introducing a few new irst grade concepts in an interactive and fun way with crafts and games, students will be prepared for the upcoming school year. Get ready to camp out in irst grade! Commit to be Fit! Num: 081635 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 081613 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Students in grades 1 through 5 will participate in a variety of team and individual activities. Come learn the basics of a wide variety of games and sports-related activities. Commit to be it while having fun! Please wear athletic shoes and bring a water bottle. Connected to Culture Num: 901235 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 901112 Grades 1-2 Period: 2 $25 Get ready for a trip around the world! Students will explore cultures and art from around the world. We will time travel to Ancient Egypt, take a side trip to Africa, and visit Latin America. Along the way we will create art representing these cultures using a variety of media and techniques.

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Parkway Summer School Creature Creations Num: 996624 Grades 2-4 Period: 1 $25 Num: 996624 Grades 2-4 Period: 2 $25 Come and explore many animals through reading and crafts! Each day we will use different artistic materials to create many fun and unique artistic projects dealing with that day’s animal. We will study jungle animals, zoo animals, under-thesea life, as well as the pets that we live with. We will read many noniction and iction texts involving the animals that we are studying. Come and join in as we embark on this educational and creative safari! Einstein Math for 4th and 5th Graders Num: 999845 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 999845 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 This class is being offered to students entering grades 4 and 5 who excel in mathematics. Students must know their math facts and be able to communicate effectively in a math class. Activities will include real-world problem solving, mathematics used in careers such as architecture and business applications, technology-enhanced mathematics, and solving ancient mathematical riddles such as Tower of Hanoi. Students wanting to sign up for the class must have a written and signed recommendation from their current classroom teacher, stating that the class would be appropriate. Entrepreneurship Num: 120735 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 120735 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Do you think you have what it takes to be an Entrepreneur? Would you like to create and run your own business? Then Entrepreneurship is just the class for you! In this class, you will create a business, run your own business, and use the “money” you earn to purchase items in a REAL auction with cool things like gift cards, toys, board games, etc. Entrepreneurship is an experience-based class primarily for teaching entrepreneurship, economics, and working together. Flying into Fourth Grade Num: 902144 Grade 4 Period: 1 $25 Num: 902144 Grade 4 Period: 2 $25 This course will prepare students for the transition from third grade to fourth grade. We will dive into the curriculum for fourth grade and perform science experiments, learn some facts about history, and get a jump start on some new math strategies and reading techniques!

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Girlie-Licious Num: 991925 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 991925 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 Girlie-licious! What does it mean to be Girlie-licious? Be proud of who you are and what you like! Discover the power of being you. Come explore, play, create and celebrate being a girl through scrapbooking, cooking, decorating, making jewelry, greeting cards, crafts, and more! Have fun while learning leadership skills, goal setting, creating friendships, and building self conidence. Girls Just Want to Have Fun! Num: 902315 Grades 1-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 902315 Grades 1-5 Period: 2 $25 It’s time to let your creativity soar! During this course you will use a variety of materials to create unique crafts that will show off your creative and artistic talents. Some of the fun and exciting creations that you will make in this class may include: nail art, jewelry making, creative lettering, card making, paper folding, painting, stamping, monogramming, learning new games and making many new friends! Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period: 1 & 2 $50 Children will have the opportunity to become familiar with the kindergarten experience through activities that will promote the development of literacy, math, art and music abilities, as well as social and ine-motor skills. Classroom and school routines also will be addressed in order to make a smooth transition into kindergarten. Children must be ive by August 1, 2013. A copy of the child’s birth certiicate must accompany the registration. Jumpstart to Second Grade Num: 990102 Grade 2 Period: 2 $25 Have a great time this summer and get ready for second grade. We will focus on reading, writing, math, as well as introducing the 7 Habits of Happy Kids by Sean Covey. Enjoy games and activities as we review concepts and promote skills in English Language Arts and math that will help your child be successful in the year ahead! Jumpstart to Third Grade Num: 990103 Grade 3 Period: 1 $25 Have a great time this summer and get ready for third grade. We will focus on reading, writing, math, as well as introducing the 7 Habits of Happy Kids by Sean Covey. Enjoy games and activities as we review concepts and promote skills in English Language Arts and math that will help your child be successful in the year ahead!

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Math is Fun, Science is Cool Num: 902945 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 902945 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Using games and manipulatives to stretch student math skills, teams compete in a summer championship. Individually, we will create amazing, original designs with real mathematical meaning. Through the scientiic-inquiry method of learning we will dig deep into the natural and biological sciences. Exploring science with hands-on activities, students will enjoy making discoveries. Movie Making Num: 120223 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 120245 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Have you ever wanted to be the star in a movie? Do you want to direct or produce your very own ilm? You can now! In this class, you will learn how to write a script, make a storyboard, rehearse, direct, and produce a movie using a FLIP camera and Movie Maker. Nothing But Fun (Fine and Gross Motor Skills) Num: 992203 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 992203 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 We’ll play games that improve ine and gross motor skills to improve writing, cutting, and PE activities. We’ll make and ly paper airplanes and helicopters. We’ll make silly putty and playdough. We’ll make alligators and balance over “Alligator Swamp.” Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 or 2 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 or 2 See course description under Craig, pg. 14.

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Ribbons, Games, and Dance Oh My! Num: 903913 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 This course is designed to give students the opportunity to move, dance and play a variety of music games. The activities and games will help develop the student’s vocal skills, awareness of melodic direction, explore movement and dance, and use a variety of props. It will be a time for students to play their favorite music games as well as learn new ones. Come sing, dance and be silly! Science Secrets Uncovered Num: 904145 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Come explore the mysteries of science during handson experiments in electricity as well as mixtures and solutions. Create static-electric slime, discover how to make water glow, design your own tied-dye shirt, and more while discovering exciting science secrets!

Solution Sleuths Num: 904545 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 904545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 How might a city produce zero waste? Is there a better way to design a school? We need you to investigate possible solutions! We will explore issues that matter to kids by working in small groups, using a variety of digital resources, and presenting solutions using technology. Speaking Spanish is Spectacular Num: 904613 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 904613 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Students will learn introductory, conversational Spanish and culture through games, songs, art projects, role playing, books and videos. Spectacular Science Num: 904723 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Discover your inner scientist in this fun-illed, highenergy class. Students will be actively engaged in several hands-on experiments while learning about chemistry and simple machines. Construct a lava lamp, discover how static electricity can bend water, engineer your own machine, and lots more! Summer Sports Fun Num: 080915 Grades 1-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 080915 Grades 1-5 Period: 2 $25 This course is designed to offer the opportunity to participate in many activities, games and sports. Come have fun with old and new friends while playing your favorite PE games! The Adventures of the Magic Tree House Num: 905212 Grades 1-2 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905212 Grades 1-2 Period: 2 $25 Are you looking for an adventure this summer? Come join Jack and Annie from the Magic Tree House and explore the Amazon, go back to the time of the dinosaurs, escape a twister, and much more! Get ready for the amazing adventures of the Magic Tree House! Vacation Destination Num: 120725 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 120725 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 Travel to faraway places without stepping off your school grounds. Gather background information, read folktales and stories, create multicultural art projects that relect both ancient and modern cultures, play international games, and enjoy food from all over the world!

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Parkway Summer School South & Southwest Middle Summer School Grades: 6-8 Site: South Middle School Site Coordinator: Angela Frye, (314) 415-7205 Program Description South Middle and Southwest Middle summer programs will be held at Parkway South Middle School. The program will offer classes designed to enhance and strengthen each student’s knowledge and skills. The program will provide a variety of enrichment and elective courses, which will assist each student in achieving optimal individual growth. Classes offered are for students entering grades 6-8 for the 2013/2014 academic school year. Courses offered are subject to suficient enrollment requirements and may be cancelled through May 31, 2013. Schedule Classes meet June 3-21, Monday through Friday. Classes meet as follows: Period 1: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:05 a.m.-12:05 p.m. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins at 8:00 a.m. on April 4 (see page 2 for guidelines). Registrations will be processed on a irst-come, irst-served basis. Completed registrations consist of completed registration, health forms, and supply fees. You can register in person at South Middle School, or by mail. Registration form, health form, and supply fees are required at the time of registration. Registration address by mail: South Middle Summer Program, Attn: Rita Schultz; 760 Woods Mill Rd.; Manchester, MO 63011. Fees A $25 supply fee will be charged per two-hour class. Make checks payable to Parkway School District. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from South area elementary schools to Parkway South Middle School. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year. There is no bus service between periods 1 and 2.

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YMCA Traveling Teens Students in grades 6-8 who are enrolled in summer school can participate in the YMCA Traveling Teens. See page 48 for details. Books into Movies– Compare the Difference Num: 907567 Grades 6-7 Period: 1 $25 Num: 907567 Grades 6-7 Period: 2 $25 This is an interesting and challenging course. We’ll read three books in three weeks; one book per week. We’ll have discussions along the way. After completing each book, we’ll watch the corresponding movie to compare and contrast the two. Books and movies we will read and view are: The Lighting Thief; Hunger Games; Fellowship of the Ring PG-13. Competitive Sports and Games Num: 080868 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 080868 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Looking for a way to make friends, improve your skills, and have a blast this summer? Come out and enjoy your favorite sports and games at summer school. You’ll have a chance to play wifleball, leetball, kickball, soccer, and more! Are you up for the challenge? CSI Forensics Num: 973168 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 973168 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This course will provide students with an opportunity to learn how to search for ingerprints, operate a microscope, dissect a crime scene and analyze blood samples. Along with the forensic evidence, students will use deductive reasoning to identify the criminal responsible for the crime. Students will read “The Westing Game.” Football and Baseball Madness Num: 908768 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 908768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This class will teach you techniques, strategies, and teamwork through involvement in both lag football and baseball/wifleball. Students will learn and play these two sports every day! Fun with Fashion and Sewing Num: 021168 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 021168 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Come join us as we construct some fun and fashionable pieces and accessories. We will also be doing some recycling projects. No prior experience is required; just a desire to be creative and make some fun projects.

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Grammar and Writing Fundamentals Num: 909268 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 This course will be a fundamental writing and grammar course designed speciically for struggling writers. The focus will be on writing and grammar basics: parts of speech, sentence elements, punctuation, paragraphing, and essay composition. Attention will be paid to English writing conventions as well as essential organization and development skills. History of Whatever Num: 909377 Grade 7 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909377 Grade 7 Period: 2 $25 Students will be introduced to research for courses in social studies, involving library/internet research and the presentation of the information they collect. Introduction to Improvisation Num: 976868 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 976868 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Have you ever seen Whose Line Is It Anyway? and wanted to learn how to act in the improvisational style? In Introduction to Improvisation, the student actor will learn pantomime and creative improvisational acting skills that can help them become a more conident actor. Kites, Rockets & Catapults Num: 909668 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 909668 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Students will be introduced to aeronautics, the study of light and engineering. This will be a “hands-on” class that will allow students to problem solve, design and construct different light models. Students will observe and practice safety issues related to the units of study. Let’s Cook 2013 Num: 973868 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 973868 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Come and discover your love for cooking! Students will learn to read a recipe, measure ingredients and cook delectable dishes daily. Literacy Institute/Jump into Reading and Writing Num: 909768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This class is designed to interest middle school students who are lukewarm about reading and writing. We will explore iction and noniction texts. Students may choose what they like to read and will receive support as they read and write. Students will spend time writing about what they are reading. Other writing will include igurative writing in poetry and other creative pieces.

Preparing for Math Modeling Num: 910368 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 This course is designed to prepare students who have tested out of Math 6 and 7 and into Math Modeling. Students will review concepts covered in Math 6 and 7 that they will need to be successful in Math Modeling. Running Towards a Future Num: 912468 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 912468 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This class will focus on creating a positive self-image. The students will be participating in a variety of community building and leadership building activities along with physical itness and nutrition. Summer Hoops Num: 081168 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 081168 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Develop and improve your basketball skills through games, contests and drills. If you love the game of basketball this class is for you! Techstravaganza Num: 108568 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 108568 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Techstravaganza will be a class for students who want to learn and practice using and creating with various types of technology and Web 2.0 applications. Some tools that we might work with are: Edmodo, Animoto, Storybird, Prezi, Glogster, and Voki. Using Movie Structure to Write Stories Num: 911468 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 In this class, students will learn how to use plot structure found in ilm and novels to craft their own stories. Using examples from movies and the book Save the Cat! by Blake Snyder, students will discover how exciting writing can be. Welcome to South Middle! Num: 972706 Grade 6 Period: 1 $25 This course prepares students to succeed in middle school. Students tour the building, get an overview of the curriculum, learn expectations of the building, meet some sixth grade teachers, talk with current middle school students, work on communication and organizational skills, and much more! Welcome to Southwest Middle! Num: 912566 Grade 6 Period: 1 $25 Same course description as above (South Middle).

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Parkway South High Summer Academy (A Collaboration between Parkway School District and Maryville University) Grades: Entering grades 9-12 Site: South High School, 801 Hanna Rd., Manchester, MO 63021 Site Coordinator: Jim Gerker, (314)-415-5798 Program Description The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES), established in 1984 as a partnership between Brown University and selected secondary schools throughout the country, is devoted to strengthening student learning by helping schools reshape their priorities. South High and Maryville University have collaborated to develop a program based upon some of the Coalition’s principles: • Personalized teaching and learning • Student-as-worker – teacher-as-coach • Demonstration of mastery • Less is more – depth over coverage Teachers strive to create an intellectually-rich environment, which emphasizes active involvement in the learning process. The Summer Academy also provides a forum for educators who participate to share ideas and methods for improving instruction. Students Students entering grades 9-12 in Fall 2013 may attend. Motivated learners who wish to explore a wide variety of topics are encouraged to apply. Fees Students pay no tuition or supply fees unless otherwise speciied. Schedule This is a ive-week program, June 3 – July 5, Monday through Friday. No classes meet on July 4. The class times are: Block 1: 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Block 2: 10:10 a.m.-12:40 p.m. Registration Course registration for Parkway students and residents begins April 4 at 7:30 a.m. in the Main Ofice conference room. Enrollment for all classes is determined by a “irst come – irst served” process. When a class is illed, it will be closed to registration. After April 4, registrations will be accepted from 7:30 a.m.3:00 p.m. each school day in the Counseling Loft or the Main Ofice. Registrations received by mail before April

4 will be time stamped “9:30 a.m.” and dated “April 4.” All mailed registrations received on or after April 4 will be processed at the end of the day on which they are received at South High. Students may enroll in one or two courses. Applicants should list their course choices and at least one alternative choice for each block, in order of preference, from which their classes will be assigned. An effort will be made to place students in their irst choices, but due to limited space and transportation demands, alternative choices may be assigned. Notiication of the student’s summer school schedule will be mailed. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from South area elementary schools to South High. Buses will return to the elementary sites at the end of the school day. Students in the VST program will be transported at the beginning and end of the school day as during the regular school year. VST students will receive transportation notiication in the mail. Any student registered for only a Block 1 class must have transportation at 10:00 a.m. No bus service is provided at 10:00 a.m to or from the Summer Academy. Attendance The Summer Academy is a ive-week program. High school credit is earned only by being present and participating in class. A third absence in a class for any reason will result in loss of credit and automatic withdrawal from the class. One traditional feature of the South Summer Academy program is the Exhibition Evening, during which students demonstrate their mastery of learning to their family and classmates. The Summer Academy faculty develops their courses to culminate in Exhibition Evening. Consequently, attendance is mandatory and participation is a signiicant part of each student’s grade. This year, Exhibition Evening will take place on Wednesday evening, July 3. Because of this, July 5 will have a shortened schedule. Credit Credit will be awarded by Parkway School District and students will receive a grade for every class taken. In the Summer Academy, students cannot earn Honors credit, Pass/Fail credit, or audited credit.

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The following courses are offered only to those students who have previously attempted the course, but did not earn credit. Only 1/2 credit (one semester) may be earned during summer school for any course—even if it is a year-long course during the school year. These courses are offered only to those students entering the grades indicated. English 1 English #057010 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit The ninth grade English program consists of studying various forms of literature and composition, including mechanics and usage. Reading comprehension and analytic skills are expanded through the study of the short story, the novel, poetry, and drama. One Shakespearean play is included along with modern and classical works. Writing skills move from strengthening the paragraph into careful building of a signiicant ive-paragraph essay. Mechanics and usage, vocabulary, spelling, and oral communication are emphasized. English 2 English #057020 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit The study of literature, composition, and oral communication skills forms the basis of this course, which continues the work begun in English I. The skills of analysis and critical reading are developed through poetry, iction, noniction, and drama. The major emphasis in composition is on techniques and organization patterns of exposition. Creative writing and formal essays are covered. Special attention is given to problems of usage and mechanics, which persist in students’ oral and written English. Improvement in vocabulary and independent reading is stressed. English 3 English #057030 Grade 12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course focuses on the variety of American themes and ideas presented in the novels, plays, essays, poetry and short stories of major American writers. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of literature and on the use of language, both oral and written, as a means of communication. The course further develops composition and rhetorical skills, research skills, critical thinking, vocabulary and study skills. Modern U.S. History Social Studies #157000 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Modern U.S. history includes the study of domestic and foreign events that brought the United States to world power in the 1900s, the world wars, and the changing role of the United States in the modern post-war era.

World History S ocial Studies #157010 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit Students will trace the development of world history from the Renaissance to the 21st century by concentrating on the speciic periods, persons, and events of greatest signiicance to development. The course includes comparisons of past and present events as well as comparisons of western and non-western development in order that the students develop an understanding of the political, social, geographic and economic status of several nations in the world today. Algebra 1 – Semester 1 Math #116100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course will include problem solving and the traditional topics of high school algebra. The course will emphasize the communication of understanding of algebraic processes. Algebra 1 – Semester 2 Math #116100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is a continuation of semester 1 of Algebra 1. Students move beyond working simply with concrete objects and begin analyzing the abstract world of mathematical objects. This analysis requires exploration and imagination as students create, discover, and uncover unifying patterns and structures in the realm of mathematics. An improved understanding of these structures will enhance all students’ ability to apply algebra to real-world contexts for predictions and inferences, thus helping them better understand and respond to the challenges of our ever-changing world. This college-preparatory course emphasizes real-number operations, the manipulation of algebraic expressions, and the solution of algebraic sentences. At the conclusion of this course, students take the Algebra 1 End-of-Course Assessment required by the state of Missouri. Geometry Math #116200 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course covers the traditional content of high school Euclidean geometry course with an introduction to geometric proof. The emphasis of the course is on geometric relationships of igures, visualization of geometric properties and measurement. The course also integrates previously taught algebraic skills through applications to geometry concepts.

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Parkway Summer School Biology 1: Cells & Variation Science #137140 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This is the initial course in a sequence of biology courses that together will provide a college-preparatory experience in the life sciences. This course has the theme: What is the basis of life and how does it vary? Students will conduct controlled experiments using the experimentaldesign process. They will study biochemistry, prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and cell environment, aspects of cell division, Mendelian genetics, meiosis, and the unity and diversity of life. The topics will be presented through numerous laboratory activities, lectures, and discussions; and will emphasize process and thinking skills.

Chemistry: Matter & Change Science #137210 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This semester course will include a study of physical and chemical changes, classiication of matter, phase changes, atomic structure, the periodic table, laws of conservation of matter, and the history of chemistry. The course also addresses lab safety, the experimental process, graphing, and metric measurement. Group interaction, discussion, and cooperation during laboratory practice and mathematical problem-solving sessions will be commonplace. Open-ended laboratory experiences requiring student collaboration and multiple-step problem-solving execution will be frequent. Forces and Motion in 1D Science #137310 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This semester course is the irst in a recommended series of physics courses. This class will cover topics including laboratory safety, measurement, scientiic inquiry, graphical analysis and the study of forces and motion in one dimension. Group interaction, discussion, and cooperation during laboratory practice and mathematical problem-solving sessions will be commonplace. Openended lab experiences requiring student collaboration and multiple-step problem-solving execution will be frequent.

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The following courses are offered to any student wishing to earn elective credit (without having previously taken the course), as well as to those who have previously taken the course, but did not earn credit. Each course earns 1/2 credit. These courses are offered only to those students entering the grades indicated. Metalsmithing Fine Arts #960200 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit A study of art using metals, both lat and three-dimensional. The students will create objects through hammering and shaping the metal. They will use several different types of metals. A brief history of metalsmithing will be given. Emphasis will be placed on using the Elements of Art within the projects along with group discussions to assist students in critiquing their work and others. Human Relations FACS #097400 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Learn to be your own best friend and to control the direction of your life. Human Relations will equip the student with knowledge and skills to improve relationships with oneself and others. Students will gain knowledge about family and personal relationships. Topics included are self-esteem, decision-making, communication, assertiveness, love, human sexuality, stress management, and coping with life situations such as alcoholism, depression, and social problems. The human sexuality unit will include information and discussions on reproduction, abstinence, contraception, teen pregnancy/prevention; STDs, including AIDS, abortion, and sex in the media. Career Management FACS #097460 Grades 11-12 Period 1 1/2 credit FOCUS ON YOUR FUTURE is the target of this course in career development. While it won’t give you a quick answer to the nagging question, “what will I do when I leave school?”, it will give you opportunities to investigate careers and provide a knowledge base from which to make your important career decisions. This class will include practical experiences such as aptitude tests, job and college applications, resumes, student portfolios, career speakers.

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Foods and Culture in St. Louis FACS #960400 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course will explore past and currents immigrant groups in St. Louis and their cultures and foods. Students will research an immigrant group in depth and present what they have learned to the rest of the class. The study of culinary knowledge and skills will be used to enhance understanding of various cultures and their traditional foods. The knowledge of cultures and foods will enhance the understanding of the connection of immigrant cultures to the history of St. Louis and the present day culture we all share. Health & Wellness Health #077100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course is required for all students and is generally taken during the sophomore year. This comprehensive course includes the topics of personal wellness, nutrition, safety and irst aid, disease prevention, human sexuality and healthy relationships, substance abuse and prevention, and community and environmental health. Physical Fitness Concepts P.E. #087110 Grades 9-12 Period 2 1/2 credit The content of this course involves participation in physical itness activities, an aquatic itness unit, and exposure to a variety of sport and lifetime-recreational activities. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school. Strength and Conditioning P.E. #087200 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course meets the requirements for the second, one-half credit of physical education or may be taken for elective credit. The content of the course includes safety procedures in the weight room, proper warm-up and cool-down methods, and weight-training techniques. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school. Walking Fitness P.E. 087400 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course incorporates creative-walking programs to improve student itness levels and promote lifetime itness. Various assessments will be used to develop students’ understanding in regards to the importance of their overall itness, with an emphasis on cardiovascular itness. Correct methods of walking, aerobic walking, exercise principles, and health and nutrition concepts will be addressed. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school.

Personal Finance Personal Finance #037100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Understanding and managing personal inances are key to future inancial success. This course is based on the Missouri Personal Finance Competencies and presents essential knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about real-world inancial issues. Students will learn how choices inluence occupational options and future earning potential, as well as how to apply decision-making skills to evaluate career choices and set personal goals. The course content is designed to help the learner make wise spending, saving, and credit decisions and to make effective use of income to achieve personal inancial success. Integrated Computer Literacy Practical Arts #037020 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Students will get an opportunity to develop a strong foundation in computer and information literacy. This course is a broad introduction to the use of computers as tools for creativity, communications and organizing information. Students will learn about online tools, word processing and spreadsheet software, as well as publishing and presentation software. Students will learn how to use computers lexibly, creatively and purposefully. All learners will be able to recognize what they need to accomplish and determine how they can utilize their digital literacy skills and knowledge to best approach the task. Sports & Entertainment Marketing Essentials Elective #047700 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Sports and Entertainment Marketing is an introductory course designed to help students to develop an understanding of the marketing concepts and theories that apply to the sports and entertainment industries. The topics this course covers are: the marketing functions, target marketing and segmentation, economics, event marketing, operations, channel management, promotions, as well as sports and entertainment marketing plans. Students enrolled in Sports and Entertainment Marketing Essentials will have the opportunity to participate in DECA, an association of marketing students. Gaming Design Elective #961600 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Have you always wanted to know how video games are made? Gaming Design will focus on the interaction of objects in a 2D and 3D environment, while reinforcing skills in problem solving, and programming methodology. Students will apply these skills to create simple educational video games, 3D characters, and 3D environments.

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Algebra 1 Lab Elective #960501 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course will prepare students for a traditional algebra course. The course will review fundamental operations of real numbers with emphasis on the rational numbers. The course will also emphasize the manipulation of algebraic expressions and the solution of algebraic sentences. This course should not be taken by students who have failed a semester of Algebra 1A or Algebra 1B. Algebra 2 Lab Elective #960503 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course will prepare students for second-year algebra. The course reviews concepts and skills of algebra and applies them to more complex algebraic expressions and relations. The course emphasizes classiication and properties of various algebraic relations and functions. Students who failed Algebra 2 or Algebra 2/Trig should not take this course for second semester make-up. Crimes, Criminals & Corrections Elective #960700 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit The purpose of this course is for students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the adult and juvenile justice systems. Areas of focus will be theory of crime, the criminal justice system, law enforcement, law adjudication, and penology. History vs. Hollywood Elective #960800 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course will look at the evolution of ilm as a means of social expression. We will examine the evolution of ilm as a historical art form, as well as certain genres of ilm that have endeared themselves to American society. In addition, we will investigate some “historical” ilms to determine if Hollywood got them “right.” Rap, Rock and Jazz Elective #960900 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course will examine the birth and growth of jazz, rock, and hip-hop over the 20th century to the present. We will look at how these art forms are interrelated, and how each has developed, morphed, and redeined itself over time. In addition, we will study the cultural, social, and political setting in which these musical trends took place, and the people associated with them. Over the ive-week session, we will utilize library and internet research to construct presentations and exhibits, and create our own “masterpieces”, which we will display at Exhibition Evening.

Writing Strategies Elective #961001 Grades 9-10 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course focuses on learning proven strategies to increase student success and applying those strategies that work best for each individual student. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: organizational skills, time management, reading strategies, note taking, lashcard schema, memorization and how your brain works, critical thinking, scientiic method, conducting and presenting research, ACT test practice and ACT test strategies, coping with test anxiety, and cooperative-learning skills. Strategies for School Success Elective #961000 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course focuses on learning proven strategies to increase student success and applying those strategies that work best for each individual student. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: organizational skills, time management, reading strategies, note taking, lashcard schema, memorization and how your brain works, critical thinking, scientiic method, conducting and presenting research, ACT test practice and ACT test strategies, coping with test anxiety, and cooperative-learning skills. Proiciency Lab: Completing the Incomplete Elective #961100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 In this laboratory, students will complete work in courses so that the “I” grade may be changed. Students must have met with the teacher who assigned the “I” grade and present a detailed description of the work to be made up. Students will be responsible for meeting deadlines and completing all work. While no credit will be granted for the course, students who successfully complete their work will then earn the credit for the course in which they received the “I”. The teacher who originally assigned the “I” will determine the revised grade.

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Grades: Entering Kindergarten – 5th grade Sites: Claymont and Mason Ridge Site Coordinators: Claymont, Michelle Weissenborn, (314-415-4199); and, Mason Ridge, Melody Gunn, (314-415-4497) Program Description Learning doesn’t need to take a vacation this summer! We have classes that will keep your skills sharp for your next grade, explore new learning, and stimulate imagination and creativity. Join us for three fun-illed weeks of high-interest, motivating classes designed for students who will be entering kindergarten through ifth grade. Fees & Supplies There is a $25 supply fee for each two-hour course, which is due at the time of registration. Checks should be made payable to the Parkway School District. Kindergarten students are to register for the same class from 8:00 a.m.-12:05 p.m. The supply fee is $50 for this class. On the irst day students should bring a school supply box with the following items: crayons, scissors, markers, Elmer’s glue and pencils. In addition, students should bring a snack to eat. Please notify the nurse and the teacher of any food allergies. Schedule Classes meet June 3 through June 21, Monday through Friday. Some classes (at the kindergarten and irst grade levels) will provide students with various learning opportunities and will meet from 8:00 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. Other classes will focus on one area and will meet as follows: Period 1: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:05 a.m.-12:05 p.m. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins on April 4 (see page 2 for guidelines). If, on the irst day of summer school registration, any class receives more registrations than there are spaces available, a “random selection” will be held for the spaces in the class. Starting on the second day of registration, students will be enrolled on a irst-come, irst-served basis until a class ills. Enroll your child for the grade he/she will be attending in the 2013-14 school year. Include irst and second choice course numbers to

ensure student’s enrollment. Complete registration and health forms on pages 3-4. Mail or bring them, with a check for supply fees, to Claymont Elementary, Attn: Sherrie Lema; 405 Country Club Dr.; Ballwin, MO 63011; or to Mason Ridge Elementary, Attn: Marynel Collins; 715 S. Mason Rd., Town & Country, MO 63141. Transportation Shuttle bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from West area elementary schools to the summer school site (this includes students entering kindergarten). Please consider using bus transportation, as car pickup at the summer school sites is dificult to manage with the buses. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year. There is no transportation between period one and two. Shuttle buses will pick up at Henry Elementary in the morning and transport students to Claymont Elementary and then reverse the route in the afternoon, dropping students off at Henry Elementary. Shuttle buses will pick up at Pierremont Elementary in the morning and transport students to Mason Ridge Elementary and then reverse the route in the afternoon, dropping students off at Pierremont Elementary. YMCA Prime Time Program The YMCA Prime Time after summer school child care will be available at Claymont and Mason Ridge schools. No before summer school child care will be available. See page 49 for more information.

Claymont Advanced Computers Num: 981925 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Podcasts, digital storytelling and making movies are all part of this super fun technology class. If you love learning new ways to use technology, this is the class for you! Amazing Amazon Adventures! Num: 900113 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Students will explore and research about life in the Amazon Rain Forest. They will build a rain forest in the classroom, create a rain-forest diorama in a shoe box, and learn how to help protect animal habitats that are being destroyed.

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Parkway Summer School American Girls Have it All! Num: 990813 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Bring your American Girl dolls to this class! Students will explore American history through the eyes of young girls in the American Doll series. They will learn about past history and contemporary life. Girls will engage in table talks with their friends and dolls, while learning proper etiquette. Cooking will be involved! Be Fit! Num: 081513 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Have fun and get it through dance! This course is designed to teach students to live a healthy lifestyle through exercise and eating healthy. Students will be exposed to various types of dance such as jazz, hip hop and Zumba while practicing proper dance technique for kicks, turns and leaps. Students will also participate in an end-of-the year performance to show all they have accomplished! Cardio Blast! Num: 901035 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Have fun and get it! This course is designed to teach students to live a healthy lifestyle through exercise and eating healthy. Students will learn about the food groups and how to choose foods that promote their good health and strength! Students will be exposed to various types of exercise such as Zumba, kick boxing and yoga! This is a high-energy class that will leave you panting for more. Crazy Chemistry Num: 994535 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 994535 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 Crazy Chemistry is a science lab that explores the world of chemistry and related topics. The class will study the scientiic method to make conclusions while observing and performing experiments that feature chemicals. Students will be engaged in hands-on learning daily! Fashion Fun Math Num: 991735 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Is fashion your passion? Do you love designing clothing, making accessories, and inding the best fashion sales? Learn the math to be a savvy shopper! Imagine Art! Num: 902513 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Did you know that there is more than one way to put paint on paper? Have you ever painted with bubbles? We will have a fun time creating projects using experimentation, exploration and our imaginations! We will be using a variety of materials such as paint, papermache, clay, etc.

Jumpstart to 2nd and 3rd grade Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 Students will learn many of the key concepts that will help them be prepared for their upcoming 2nd and 3rd grade year. They will jump start their learning for entering into these grade levels. Join this fun class to be prepared for a successful new school year!

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Jumpstart to First Grade Num: 990001 Grade 1 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990001 Grade 1 Period: 2 $25 Are you ready for irst grade? Come join us as we have fun with hands-on activities and games that will incorporate reading, writing and math skills. We will meet authors through their stories and strengthen our skills in writing. We will also sharpen our math skills. This will be a fun way to review and gain conidence to get ready for the year ahead! Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period: 1 & 2 $50 Children will have the opportunity to become familiar with the kindergarten experience through activities that will promote the development of literacy, math, art and music abilities, as well as social and ine-motor skills. Classroom and school routines also will be addressed in order to make a smooth transition into kindergarten. Children must be ive by Aug. 1, 2013. A copy of the child’s birth certiicate must accompany the registration. Math-Tas-Tic Num: 902813 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Math games are an excellent and meaningful way to develop mathematical skills. In this class, the students will have an opportunity to build their knowledge of numbers through fun and ability-appropriate games. Whether your child would beneit from intervention, or simply loves math, they will have fun learning this summer! Picture This Num: 903635 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Would you like to learn about photography and how to use a digital camera? This fun course will teach many features of picture taking including the use of perspective, overlap and point of view. After we have taken pictures we will be using Adobe Photoshop Elements to creatively alter our pictures.

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Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 See course description under Carman Trails, pg. 26. Sew Much Fun! Num: 904335 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Get ready to have fun with arts and crafts this summer! We will be making healthy snacks, creating jewelry, and sewing simple projects to keep or give as gifts! Stepby-step instructions will make it easy and fun for everyone to be successful! No sewing experience is necessary! Sports of All Sorts Num: 080935 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Students will have an opportunity to stay active this summer while playing a variety of games that teach teamwork & sportsmanship. Students will also work on manipulative skills, sport strategies, cooperative skills, and movement concepts. Sports, Games and Fun Num: 080813 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Students will have an opportunity to stay active this summer while playing a variety of games that teach teamwork & sportsmanship. Students will also work on manipulative skills, ine-and-gross-motor movements, and locomotor movements. Super Structures Num: 990235 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 990235 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Calling all budding engineers! Do you love building and tinkering with construction toys? Super structures is a class designed to introduce your child to the basic science and math behind constructing BIG buildings, and inish the class by making one of their own. Students will also learn about some of the most famous structures in the world! This is a hands-on, get-building kind of class. Theatre Camp Num: 905415 Grades 1-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905415 Grades 1-5 Period: 2 $25 Come make new friends, laugh, read, be creative, and put on your very own stage production! Campers will read scripts from popular children’s stories and work as teams to prepare them for performance. Campers will participate in various games and challenges to put their improvisation and creative skills to the test. We will inish our course with a talent show to showcase our new talents and skills for friends and family.

Mason Ridge Mason Ridge 3-D Arts and Crafts Num: 906313 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 If you love making things with your hands then this is the class for you! In this art class, we will be exploring various techniques in art to create one-of-a-kind crafts. We will be: weaving, knitting, sculpting, papermaking, and so much more! This class is a great way for you to be creative and create amazing works of art you will get to bring home. Get ready to have some fun! American Girls-Bring History to Life! Num: 906515 Grades 1-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 906515 Grades 1-5 Period: 2 $25 Kick off summer in a fun way! We’ll use the American Girl book series to learn about history. We’ll read, journal, cook, and make crafts from different cultures. Your favorite doll or stuffed animal can join us for a culminating tea party. An American Girl doll isn’t required for this class. Become Tech Savvy with the Click of a Class Num: 907245 Grades 4-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 907123 Grades 2-3 Period: 2 $25 Techies unite to create multimedia projects! Improve your presentation and research skills. Come learn new computer programs and create brochures, digital storybooks, glogs, videos and much more. We will cover Microsoft Word, Publisher, PowerPoint, Glogster, internet safety and keyboarding. Clay Creations Num: 996635 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Get ready to get your hands messy! In this class we will create different art projects using only clay. Students will explore basic hand-building techniques through the creation of a variety of ceramic pieces. From functional pottery to decorative sculptures, your creative side is guaranteed to come out! Fun and Games Num: 086000 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 & 2 $50 Are you up for a challenge? Join our competitive journey as we apply our brain power with coordination with cup-stacking tournaments, juggling skills, capture the lag, and powerful activities while developing our brains, bodies and character-building skills. Sportsmanship, work ethic, respect will be our daily emphasis for application of our itness skills.

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Parkway Summer School Jump Start to First Grade Num: 990001 Grade 1 Period: 1 $25 Students entering irst grade will get a jump-start in this hands-on and creative class. Children will have the opportunity to review, enrich, and enhance their knowledge and skills. Students will explore partnership reading, writer’s workshop, and math centers, all which will help prepare them for the irst day of irst grade! Jumpstart 2nd and 3rd Num: 990123 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Get a jumpstart on second and third grade! We will focus on reading, writing and math, through fun, hands-on activities and games as we review concepts and promote skills in communication arts and mathematics that will help your child succeed in the year ahead! Jumpstart to 4th and 5th Grade Num: 990145 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 Students will have a irst-hand opportunity to learn everything there is to know about fourth and ifth grade! Your child will become a mathematician, writer and more! Small-and-large-group activities will engage students in fun and exciting social settings. Jumpstart to Kindergarten Num: 990100 Grade K Period: 1 & 2 $50 See course description under Claymont, pg. 37. Reading and Math Workshop Num: 913423 Grades 2-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 913545 Grades 4-5 Period: 2 $25 See course description under Carman Trails, pg. 26. Science Explorers Num: 910413 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 Dive into the world of science in this fun class. Students will be introduced to science notebooking and conduct daily experiments in this hands-on class. Students will make predictions, ask questions, observe, create, explore, discover, and come to their own conclusions at the end of each lesson. Scientist At Work! Num: 910535 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Have you ever wondered how things work? Come explore the world of science through daily hands-on experiments! With science notebooks in hand, students will practice making predictions, forming hypotheses, testing theories, and drawing conclusions. Bring your lab coat and microscope, and prepare to be transformed!

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Serving up the Food Pyramid: The Magic of Cooking and Fitness Num: 910625 Grades 2-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 910625 Grades 2-5 Period: 2 $25 In this exciting class, children will explore how to make healthy food choices and be physically active, while also building skills in math, science and English language arts. Students will learn how to make healthy and delicious recipes that follow nutritional guidelines. They will also be taught the importance of keeping a clean and sanitary kitchen as well as some essential cooking tools and the proper way to use them. Students will participate in itness activities daily and will log their movement. At the end of the class, students will bring home an activity log as well as a recipe book. Summer Sports Fun Num: 081212 Grades 1-3 Period: 1 $25 Num: 081235 Grades 3-5 Period: 2 $25 Do you enjoy learning new games and strategies to help you stay it and healthy? Students will participate in a variety of medium-to-high level energy games and itness activities. Cooperation, sportsmanship, and itness will be incorporated into all activities as we apply our positive character education into practice. Tennis shoes are required. Water bottle recommended. Tumbling Num: 911335 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Num: 911213 Grades 1-3 Period: 2 $25 You and your lip lops will lip over the opportunity to perfect tumbling skills and learn new skills! We will work on lexibility, strength, and skill progression. You and your classmates will make individual routines and build routines together. Volleyball Academy Num: 911635 Grades 3-5 Period: 1 $25 Come join us for some summer fun on the volleyball court! Enjoy learning the skills of overhand serving, passing, setting, spiking, and teamwork in a relaxed and fun environment. Please wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle.

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West Middle & Central Middle Summer School Grades: 6th-8th grade Site: West Middle Site Coordinators: Jason Kozdron, (314-415-7403), Greg Bergner (314 -415-7805), Torrie Pennington (secretary)(314-415-5897) Program Description Students will experience diverse learning opportunities designed to provide individual growth through new instruction, enrichment, and elective and challenge courses. The program allows students of all abilities, learning preferences, and interests to experience an ultimate summer of learning. Schedule Classes meet June 3-21, Monday – Friday. Classes will be available as follows: Period 1: 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:05 a.m.-12:05 p.m. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins on April 4 (see page 2 for guidelines). If, on the FIRST DAY of summer school registration, any class receives more registrations than there are spaces available, a “random selection” will be held for the spaces in the class. Starting on the second day of registration, students will be enrolled on a irst-come, irst-served basis until a class ills. Enroll your child for the grade he/she will be entering in the 2013-14 school year. Include irst and second choice course numbers to ensure student’s enrollment. Complete registration and health forms on pages 3 and 5, and mail or bring them, with supply fees, to Torrie Pennington at Central Middle School, 471 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterield, MO 63017 or Anna Oliver at West Middle School, 2312 Baxter Rd., Chesterield, MO 63017. Note: Please include one check per student for supply fees. Fees There is a $25 supply fee for each two-hour course, which is due at time of registration. Please make check payable to Parkway School District and include with the registration form.

Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway residents from West area and Central area elementary schools to Parkway West Middle School. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year. There is no transportation between Periods 1 and 2. YMCA Traveling Teens Students in grades 6-8, who are enrolled in summer school, can participate in the YMCA Traveling Teens. See page 48 for details. Beginning Tennis Num: 082168 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 082168 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This course is designed for beginning tennis players. Focus is on fundamental development of skills; forehand and backhand groundstrokes, volleys, and serves. Students will practice skills through drills and games designed for performance and enjoyment. Scoring, terminology, and etiquette are stressed throughout as students are exposed to singles and doubles play. Cooking Around the World Num: 973768 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Discover the world of foods! Learn the basics of cooking principles, kitchen safety and proper use of kitchen utensils while preparing foods from a variety of countries around the world. These will include foods for meals and snacks any time of the day. You will also create your own cookbook of these tasty treats to wow your friends and family at home! Crime Scene Investigation Num: 973668 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 973668 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Students will learn investigative techniques like ingerprint analysis, hair and iber analysis, and blood typing to develop evidence to solve a problem (a crime). They will use these techniques along with their powers of observation and critical thinking to make logical deductions about the crime scene they are investigating. Proper microscope usage, paper chromotography, ingerprinting, accurate scale drawing, and informational text reading are some of the skills to be taught. Students will be expected to present their indings to the class along with a rationale for their indings.

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Parkway Summer School Engineering + Mathematics + Innovation + Technology (EMIT) = Fun Future Num: 901668 Grades 6-8 Period:1 & 2 $50 This summer school course is designed for students in grades 6-8 who would like to learn more about engineering, science and the mathematics that informs the engineering ield. Students will learn the relevance of engineering and how it prepares them to understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world. Students will be spending the 4-hour period between 2 teachers, one Technology teacher and one math/science teacher. Experienced Tennis Class Num: 901778 Grades 7-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 901778 Grades 7-8 Period: 2 $25 This course is designed for the player with some experience in the sport, and for students, who have completed the beginning level course. Terminology, scoring and etiquette will be reinforced as well as singles and doubles tactics. Groundstrokes, volleys, and serves will be worked on daily via drills and games. Overheads, lobs, and drop shots will be introduced and practiced as students become proicient with pace and placement of shots. Students will also participate in multiple tournaments during the last week of the course.

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Needle Me This! Num: 974368 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Learn to create a variety of needle arts projects for yourself or to give as gifts. Discover the joys of needlework, counted cross-stitch, and macramé. Crochet a fun, fabulous scarf to display your own unique style. Carry your inished projects in a tote that has been personalized with embroidery. Demonstrate your creativity while learning some fantastic needle arts skills! On Broadway Num: 903268 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 903268 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 In this course, we will learn about musical theater, practice audition techniques, watch and review Broadway musicals and learn both group and solo songs from your favorite musicals. The course will conclude with a performance of choreographed group songs and selected solos. Sculpt & Model Wonders of the World Num 904268 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 904268 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Students will discover the who, what, where and why of world-class creations. Capability matures as students create an action plan to guide them in their model building. Stepping out further students will construct their own versions with legos, Play-Doh & more!

I Saw it at the Movies Num: 996068 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 996068 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Become a movie critic as we analyze movie reviews and write our own reviews after watching several Hollywood ilms. This course is designed to introduce students to the elements of iction as they appear in ilms, while strengthening student writing skills. Watch movies from the classics, animation, action, drama, science iction and comedy.

Soccer Nation Num: 975268 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 975268 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Students will learn about the game of soccer, the skills to play the game of soccer, different cultures around the world, as well as, the geography of countries. Students will learn, demonstrate and implement necessary skills to fully enjoy and have the conidence to play the most played game in the world. Most importantly, students will understand the importance of sportsmanship and cooperation with one another during skill activity and game play.

Literacy Institute/Jump into Reading and Writing Num: 909768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This class is designed to interest middle school students who are lukewarm about reading and writing. We will explore iction and noniction texts and discuss elements of iction and noniction. Students may choose what they like to read and will receive support as they read and write. Students will spend time writing about what they are reading. Other writing will include igurative writing in poetry and other creative pieces.

So You Think You Can Dance Num: 082568 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 082568 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 This class is designed to introduce students to a variety of dance styles, to include: modern dance, jazz, tap, hip-hop, salsa, swing, cha cha, rumba, and a variety of cultural dances. Plus, students will study improvisation and basic choreography techniques.

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Strength & Conditioning Num: 905068 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905068 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Come and explore a variety of strength and conditioning components. Learn the ideas and principles behind a great strength and conditioning program. Class activities will assist in the development of speed, power, balance, agility, coordination, core-strength and reaction time. We will utilize our weight room, cardio room, and outdoor track to maximize your strength and conditioning experience. If you play on an athletic team over the summer or during the fall semester, get a head start and stay ahead of your competition. Whether you already workout regularly or are just getting started, Strength & Conditioning will help you reach your itness goals.

Summer Sports Academy Num: 905168 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Num: 905168 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Summer Sports Academy will be a fun and exciting opportunity for middle school students to learn and participate in team and individual sports activities. Emphasis will be placed on ways to enhance life-long itness skills and the value of physical activity. Activities will include leetball, basketball, volleyball, track, kickball, softball, soccer and many other sports and activities.

Welcome to Central Middle Num: 971706 Grade 6 Period: 1 $25 Num: 971706 Grade 6 Period: 2 $25 Welcome to Central Middle! Get a head start on your irst year as a middle school student. If you have completed Grade 5, this course will provide you with valuable organizational skills, time management, note-taking, and listening skills designed to make school and homework more manageable. We will have fun with locker races to help you learn how to open a combination lock and retrieve materials from your locker quickly and eficiently. You will learn how to use the Homework Hotline, and you will also get much needed practice in reading, writing, and test-taking skills that will be required next year. Finally, as a bonus, you will have an opportunity to preview what our outdoor school (camp) program is all about! Please bring a combination lock and binder. Welcome to West Middle Num: 974706 Grade 6 Period: 1 $25 Num: 974706 Grade 6 Period: 2 $25 Get a jump on the middle school experience. Join a West Middle sixth grade teacher to support your child’s transition from elementary to middle school. Incoming sixth graders must be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful academically and socially in middle school. General topics that will be addressed in this class will include students inding their classrooms, learning how to navigate locks and lockers, meeting new students, adjusting to rigorous academic standards, introduction to the staff, and learning common practices of the school. Students will also practice reading, writing, and math skills daily through activities and games. Required materials: combination lock.

Visual Arts 2D Num: 905868 Grades 6-8 Period: 1 $25 Daring Design in 2D! Students will create two-dimensional artwork while exploring a variety of media areas. These include pastel, watercolor, tempera, and mixed media. Students will improve their skills by learning several unique and exciting drawing and painting techniques. Visual Arts 3D Num: 912768 Grades 6-8 Period: 2 $25 Daring Design in 3D! Students will build their skills working in three-dimensional media. Most projects will be made with clay and will be constructed in the technique of hand building. Clay will be kiln ired. Other mediums will be explored such as wire, paper, and tooling foil. www.pkwy.k12.mo.us/summer/summerschool  314.415.8174 or 314.415.8175

Parkway Summer School West & Central High Summer School Grades: 9th-12th grade Site: West High School Site Coordinator: Mario Pupillo (314) 415-5599 Program Description The Parkway summer school program at West High School is designed to meet student needs by offering courses for credit recovery as well as enrichment. The summer program is designed to 1) help students retain and improve basic skills by retaking classes they have failed and 2) provide enrichment courses for high school graduation credit. Schedule June 3-July 5, Monday-Friday (no class on July 4) Period 1: 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Period 2: 10:10 a.m.-12:40 p.m. Fees Students pay no tuition fee. Attendance and Grades Regular attendance is required for course credit. A third absence will result in loss of credit and the student will be dropped from the class. Students receive a grade in every class. Students can not earn Honors credit in Summer School. No pass/fails or audit credit will be given. Registration Registration for Parkway students and residents begins on April 4, 2013 (see page 2 for guidelines). Complete and submit both the Registration Form on page 3 and the Health Form on Page 5 to the West High or Central High counseling ofice. Walk-in registrations will be accepted from 7:30 a.m. through 2:00 p.m. each school day in the West High and Central High counseling ofices. Forms may also be mailed to Mario Pupillo, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Registrations received by mail will be processed at the end of the day in which they are received at West High. Classes will be illed on a irst-come, irst-served basis. When a class is illed, it will be closed to registration. If, by 2 p.m. on April 4, any class has received more registrations than there are spaces available, a

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“random selection” will be held with all of the registrations received by that time. Students should meet with their counselors to discuss registration. Incoming freshmen or all other students not currently attending West High or Central High should meet with their home school counselors to discuss registration. Transportation Bus transportation is provided for Parkway students and residents from West and Central area elementary schools to West High. Buses will return to the elementary sites at the end of the school day. Students in the VST program will be transported as during the regular school year. Students in the VST program will receive a notiication card in the mail. Transportation is not provided between period 1 and period 2. The following courses are for students who have previously failed one semester of a year-long course or a single semester course: English 1 English #057010 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This English course consists of studying various forms of literature and composition, including mechanics and usage, vocabulary, spelling, and oral communication. These skills are expanded through the study of the short story, the novel, poetry and drama. English 2 English #057020 Grades 11-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The study of literature, composition, and oralcommunication skills forms the basis of this course, which continues the work begun in English I. The skills of analysis and critical reading are developed through poetry, iction, noniction, and drama.

English 3 English #057030 Grade 12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course focuses on a variety of American literature and the use of language, both oral and written, as a means of communication. The course further develops composition and rhetorical skills, critical thinking, vocabulary and study skills. Parkway Summer Programs 2013

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Modern United States History Social Studies #157000 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course includes the study of domestic and foreign events which brought the U.S. to world power in the 1900’s, the world wars, and the changing role of the U.S. in the modern post-war era. World History Social Studies #157010 Grades 11-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course includes comparisons of past and present events as well as comparisons of western and nonwestern development so the students will have an understanding of the political, social, geographic and economic status of several nations in the world today. Government Social Studies #157100 Grade 12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course allows for a close examination of federal and state systems of organization. Students answer key questions concerning the U.S.’s social, political, and economic systems and their role as citizens. Both the Missouri and United States Constitution examinations and the course must be passed according to Missouri law in order for a student to receive a diploma. NOTE: This course will be held at North High, not West High. Central/West students who enroll in this course at North should enroll in a second class at North – not at West – and will need to provide their own transportation. Algebra 1 Math #116100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course will review fundamental operations of real numbers with emphasis on the rational numbers. Students will learn the manipulation of algebraic expressions and the solution of algebraic sentences. Geometry B Math #116200 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The content of this course is a traditional high school Euclidean Geometry course with emphasis on formal geometric proof. Geometric properties and concepts in both the plane and three-dimensional spaces are covered. Algebra 2 Math #117300 Grades 11-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course stresses manipulation of algebraic expressions, solution of algebraic statements, and classiication of algebraic relations and functions.

Chemistry: Matter and Change Science #137210 Grades 10-12 Period 1 1/2credit This course will include a study of physical and chemical changes, classiication of matter, phase changes, atomic structure, the periodic table, laws of conservation of matter, and the history of chemistry. The course also addresses lab safety, the experimental process, graphing, and metric measurement. Physics: Forces and Motion Science #137310 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This is the irst in the recommended series of physics courses. This class will cover topics including laboratory safety, measurement, scientiic inquiry, graphical analysis, and the study of forces and motion in one dimension. Biology 1: Cells & Variation Science #137140 Grades 11-12 Period 1 1/2 credit The irst semester of biology has a theme of “What is the basis of life and how does it vary?” Students will conduct controlled experiments using the experimental design process. They will study biochemistry, cells, genetics, and the unity and diversity of life. Biology 2: Evolution & Ecology Science #137150 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit The theme for Biology 2 is “How is life interrelated?” Students will study the unity and diversity of life, natural selection, DNA, protein synthesis, interdependence, ecological processes, photosynthesis, and respiration.

The following courses may be taken by any student in the designated grades: Creative Writing English #057130 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit Techniques of observation and the use of imagination are employed to add life to the individual’s writing. Short story and poetry writing skills are emphasized. College Communication Arts English #057260 Grade 12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is designed for seniors who plan to attend college or a technical school after graduation from high school. The goals for the course are to improve reading comprehension of content-area textbooks; to increase vocabulary; to improve classroom skills; to improve writing skills; and to learn study skills.

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Parkway Summer School Media in America Social Studies #157370 Grades 11-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course will examine the role of various types of media such as print, ilm, cinema, radio, television, newspapers, news magazines, campaign ads, and the internet in shaping American culture and history.

Prep Algebra 1 Elective #116050 Grades 9-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course is designed to introduce students to the basic algebraic properties, vocabulary, and concepts. It will prepare students for success in Algebra 1 during the coming year. Students who have failed a semester of Algebra should not take this course. Prep Geometry Elective #116070 Grades 9-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course is designed to introduce students to the basic geometric properties, vocabulary, and concepts. It will prepare algebra students for success in geometry during the coming year. Students who have failed a semester of geometry should not take this course. Prep Algebra 2 Elective #116060 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course is designed for review of basic algebraic properties, vocabulary and concepts. It will prepare geometry students for success in Algebra 2 during the coming year. Students who have failed a semester of Algebra 2 or Algebra 2/Trig should not take this course. Mathematics Technology Incorporation Elective #960505 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Students will learn how to best utilize the graphing calculator to promote further understanding of mathematics, business, accounting, and physics concepts. Students will also prepare for the mathematics portion of the ACT by reviewing and practicing required skills. NOTE: Pre-requisite – students must have completed Algebra 1 and Geometry A with passing grades OR students must have completed Algebra 1, Geometry B, and Algebra 2 with passing grades.

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Reading Strategies Elective #961003 Grades 9-10 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit Reading enrichment will give students of all reading abilities an opportunity to improve their general reading skills. Students will work with a variety of texts including novels, short stories, newspapers, magazines, textbooks, ilm, and on-line resources. Vocabulary instructions and writing assignments will enhance the reading strategies, and a variety of study skill strategies will also be explored. Environmental Science Science #137500 Grades 11-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course centers on the principles of ecology. Major concepts include: studies of soil, air and water, environmental variables, population dynamics, indicator organisms, succession, pathology of the environment, and energy. Integrated Computer Literacy (Keyboarding) CTE #037010 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is designed to help students develop and apply computer skills in school, business, and other professional environments. The students will learn proper keyboarding techniques and formatting skills. Students who key less than 30 words per minute should enroll in this course. Personal Finance Personal Finance #037100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is based on the Missouri Personal Finance Competencies and presents essential knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about real-world inancial issues. The course content is designed to help students make wise spending, saving, and credit decisions and to make effective use of income to achieve personal inancial success. Robotics Technology CTE #107680 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The ield of robotics requires a working knowledge of electronics, mechanics, and software. Focusing on mobile robots and using a hands-on, collaborative approach, students will be introduced to the basic concepts/systems, terminology, and programming involved in robotics.

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Design Arts Fine Arts #027000 Grades 9-12 Period 1 1/2 credit This course provides students an opportunity to develop projects based on the knowledge, understanding, and application of the elements of art and principles of design. Students will experience the creative problemsolving process, learn technical skills in a variety of media and learn to verbally evaluate their work and the work of others. Ceramics Fine Arts #027200 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit Instruction is offered in the materials, techniques, equipment, and vocabulary of ceramic art, including pottery and other forms. Hand-built and wheel-thrown forms may both be taught. The prerequisite for this course is Design Arts or Drawing. Health Health #077100 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course is required for all students and is generally taken during the sophomore year. This comprehensive course includes the topics of personal wellness, nutrition, safety and irst aid, disease prevention, human sexuality and healthy relationships, substance abuse and prevention, and community and environmental health.

Physical Fitness Concepts P.E. #087110 Grades 9-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit The content of this course involves participation in physical itness activities, an aquatic itness unit, and exposure to a variety of sport and lifetime-recreational activities. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school. Physical Fitness Concepts 2 P.E. #087120 Grades 10-12 Period 1 or 2 1/2 credit This course meets the requirements for the second, one-half credit of physical education or may be taken for elective credit. Class activities will assist in the development of speed, power, balance, agility, coordination, core strength, and reaction time. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school. Strength and Conditioning P.E. #087200 Grades 10-12 Period 2 1/2 credit This course meets the requirements for the second, one-half credit of physical education or may be taken for elective credit. The content of the course includes safety procedures in the weight room, proper warm-up and cooldown methods, and weight-training techniques. Only one required physical education credit can be earned in summer school.

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Parkway Summer College Admissions Program (June 3-21)

 Parkway Schools/Maryville University partnership  Coordinator: Shannon Henderson (314) 415-6253  8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  June 3-21, Monday-Friday  For students entering 11th or 12th grade in the Fall 2013  Credit: 1/2 Elective Credit  Course Number: 961800 Students will explore college options through guided internet research, college campus visits, and guest speakers related to a variety of major areas and topics, as well as universities. Time will be spent exploring schools of interest, procedures for admission, size of school, cost, location, and more. Students will also gain a better understanding of the following: admission standards, major and minor ields of study, inancial assistance and available scholarships, communication skills, and test preparation. Students will also draft a college entrance essay, combined with speciic guidance provided through one-on-one conferencing with an instructor. ACT preparation and career skills will also be included. Interested students must complete and return a registration and health form (pages 3 and 5). Mail forms to Mike Hazelton, Parkway North High School, 12860 Fee Fee Rd., St. Louis MO 63146. Classes will be held at Maryville University. Bus transportation is provided for all students. Students living within the boundaries of the Parkway School District will be able to ride a bus from their neighborhood elementary school to their high school summer school site (South High, North High and Central/West High at West High). Voluntary Student Transfers will receive transportation provided by the Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation (VICC) to their appropriate high school. Shuttle buses will transport students from the high school summer school sites to Maryville University. At the end of the day, shuttle students will meet the Parkway or VICC buses they rode in the morning.

Parkway Summer College Admissions Program (July 8-19)

 Parkway Schools/Maryville University partnership  Coordinator: Mr. Mike Hazelton (314) 415-5617  8:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.  July 8-19, Monday-Friday  For students entering 11th or 12th grade in the Fall 2013  Credit: 1/2 Elective Credit  Course Number: 961802 The Parkway/Maryville University College Admissions Program is a two-week, 6 ½ hour day program. Students will explore college options through guided internet research, college campus visits, and guest speakers related to a variety of major areas and topics, as well as universities. Time will be spent exploring schools of interest, procedures for admission, size of school, cost, location, and more. Students will also gain a better understanding of the following: admission standards, major and minor ields of study, inancial assistance and available scholarships, communication skills, and test preparation. Students will also draft a college entrance essay, combined with speciic guidance provided through one-on-one conferencing with an instructor. ACT preparation and career skills will also be included. Interested students must complete and return a registration and health form (pages 3 & 5). Mail forms to Mike Hazelton, Parkway North High School, 12860 Fee Fee Rd., St. Louis, MO 63146. Classes will be held at Maryville University. Transportation will NOT be provided from the elementary schools to the high schools for the JULY program. Students MUST have transportation to and from their home high school. Voluntary Student Transfers will be transported from several locations in the City of St. Louis directly to Maryville University.

Latin Summer

 To be held at Mason Ridge Elementary  For students entering grades 1-7 New to the Midwest, a Latin Summer program will focus on Latin, mythology and the ancient Romans. Latin Summer is sponsored by the nonproit Ascanius: The Classics Youth Institute and Parkway School District. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., July 8-19, at Mason Ridge Elementary. Registration fees range from $50-$275 per student, depending on inancial need. Registrations are accepted by mail or online through May 31. For more information and to register, please visit www.ascaniusyci.org/saintlouis. Parkway Summer Programs 2013

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Traveling Teens is a daily ield trip camp speciically designed for middle school students who attend the summer programs through Parkway School District. Students will be picked up at Northeast Middle, South Middle and West Middle schools. Field trips vary daily and may include water parks, the City Museum and Nascar Speed Park, just to name a few! Registrations will be accepted at the YMCA and by mail: PO BOX 4038, Chesterield, MO 63006. For more information, call 636-532-3100. Teens are picked-up from their school site and transported to the camp location. Campers will return to the West County Family YMCA (16464 Burkhardt Place) at 5:30 daily. Parents must pick up at the West County Family YMCA no later than 6:00 p.m. Campers must provide their own lunch and drinks. Spending money is optional. YMCA will not be responsible for lost or stolen property.

Traveling Teens 2013 Time: Cost: Limit:

12:30 to 6:00 p.m., June 3-21 $150 members, $160 program members, $175 non-members 50 per session (minimum 20)

No reduced rate for additional children during summer programs. All prices subject to change.

Please check appropriate boxes below: Custodial Agreement: Yes No Chronic/Severe Health Condition: Yes No IEP: Yes No Behavioral Management: Yes No 504 Student Accommodation: Yes No *Must submit a current IEP/BMP/504 plan with this registration form and complete and return the inclusion information forms before program participation is authorized. Enrollment will NOT be considered final until all required processes have been met and reviewed. Although every effort is made to provide reasonable accommodations, there may be instances where a child’s needs may exceed the parameters of the scope of our program. Cassie Eckman 636-532-3100 x 260 Fax: 636-812-0027

•Please indicate the session(s) your teen will be attending:  June 3-7

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The irst week of camp must be paid in full at the time of registration. A $25 non-refundable deposit is required for each remaining session. Weekly balances will be due one week prior to the start of each week of camp. Please review the Camp brochure and/or Handbook for detailed policies and procedures. Signature

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Before/After School Care for Summer School Take care of your mind at summer school then take care of your body, mind and spirit at the YMCA Prime Time program! Your child must attend the Prime Time program at Camp Funtastic or the summer school in which he/she is enrolled. Transportation will not be provided between schools. Students bring their lunch and drink, and we’ll provide an afternoon snack. Registrations will be accepted at the YMCA and by mail: PO Box 4038, Chesterield, Mo., 63006. All prices are subject to change. Walk-in registrations take priority. For more information call (636) 532-3100. •Prime Time will be offered from 12-6 p.m. at the following schools: Bellerive, Carman Trails, Claymont, Craig, Mason Ridge, Oak Brook and Shenandoah Valley. In addition, morning (6:30 - 8:00 a.m.) and afternoon care will be available at Oak Brook.* Based on enrollment, site closings may occur. Oak Brook only All All Weekly Fees: Non-Member AM* $50 ($35) PM $150 ($90) Both $170 ($100) (June 3-June 21) Program Member AM* $40 ($30) PM $130 ($80) Both $150 ($90) Full Member AM* $35 ($25) PM $110 ($65) Both $130 ($75) Prices in parenthesis ( ) are the 3-day rate. No reduced rate for additional children during summer programs. •Green Trails Elementary School only: For students enrolled in Camp FunTastic, Prime Time care will be offered from 6:30-9:00 a.m., and from 3:00-6:00 p.m. Prices in parenthesis ( ) are the 3-day rate. Weekly Fees: Non-Member (June 3-July 12) Program Member Full Member -

AM $65($45) AM $55($35) AM $45($30)

PM $70($45) PM $60($35) PM $50($30)

Both $130 ($80) Both $110 ($70) Both $90 ($60)

Please check the Prime Time session(s) for which you wish to register your student:  Session 1 (June 3-7)  Session 2 (June 10-14)  Session 3 (June 17-21)  Session 4 (June 24-28, Camp FunTastic only)  Session 5 (July 1-5) Camp FunTastic only; no program July 4]  Session 6 (July 8-12, Camp FunTastic only) Summer School site ________________________________ AM_____ PM____ AM/PM____ Please check appropriate boxes below: (please note for 3 or 5 days)

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Custodial Agreement: Yes No IEP: Yes No Chronic/Severe Health Condition: Yes No Behavioral Management: Yes No 504 Student Accommodation: Yes No *Must submit a current IEP/BMP/504 plan with this registration form and complete and return the inclusion information forms before program participation is authorized. Enrollment will NOT be considered final until all required processes have been met and reviewed. Although every effort is made to provide reasonable accommodations, there may be instances where a child’s needs may exceed the parameters of the scope of our program. Cassie Eckman 636-532-3100 x 260 Fax: 636-812-0027

Parent(s) e-mail

The irst week of camp must be paid in full at the time of registration. A $25 non-refundable deposit is required for each remaining session. Weekly balances will be due one week prior to the start of each week of camp. Please review the Camp brochure and/or Handbook for detailed policies and procedures.

Signature Print Name •Renew/Purchase YMCA Program Membership if it expires(ed)? Youth ($95) •Deposit Method of payment: Cash Check MC Visa Discover Amex. •Weekly Method of payment: Cash Check MC Visa Discover Amex

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Parkway Summer String Camp 2013 For students entering 4th through 8th grade in Fall 2013 Director: Marilyn Humiston, 636-537-0405 Location: Parkway Southwest Middle School, 701 Wren Avenue, Ballwin, MO 63021 July 22-July 26 • Monday-Friday • 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Cost: $50 per student, $45 for second child, $40 for third child in the same family The Parkway String Camp is offered for all string students who are entering grades four through eight. During the week long camp, string students will be able to review their playing, reading skills, develop new techniques, and prepare for the coming school year. There will be small and large group instruction, guest artists, and a performance on the inal day of camp. Registration includes a camp t-shirt. We encourage your child to bring a light snack and drink each day. Find the registration form below. All students must provide their own instruments and transportation. For additional information, call 636-5370405, or email [email protected]

Parkway Summer String Camp 2013 Registraon To enroll your student in the Parkway String Camp, complete this registration form and return it with enclosed check ($50 for irst student, $45 for second student or $40 for third student per family) payable to Parkway String Camp by July 1 (after July 1, a $5 per student late fee will be charged). Send form and payment to: Marilyn Humiston, Parkway String Camp Director; 14772 Timberbluff Dr.; Chesterfield, MO 63017. Student’s Name: Circle Camp T-shirt size:

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Parkway Sports Camps CENTRAL AREA Parkway Central High School, 369 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterield, MO, 63017. Make checks payable to Parkway School District. PCH Boys Baseball Camp June 3-6 Central High Baseball Field M-TH Entering Grades 6-9 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. $80 Campers will learn fundamentals of ielding, throwing, hitting, base running and pitching from our high school coaches as well as past and present players. They will get to participate in a normal Central High School practice, which will help prepare them for playing in our program. Registration includes a t-shirt. We end camp each day with a Ragball World Series. Send registration to Parkway Central High School, c/o Ryan Connors. For more information, contact Ryan Connors at [email protected] . PCH Boys Basketball Camp June 3-7 Parkway Central High M-Fri Entering Grades 5-8 1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. $85 This camp is for all young men interested in improving their skills in basketball. Each camper will be exposed to fundamental station work, various contests, and simulated game action. Campers will learn how to work and how to improve their basketball skills. Most of all, we hope each camper will enjoy the experience and have a desire to become a future member of the Central Boys Basketball program. Registration includes a t-shirt. Make checks payable to Parkway Central Boys Basketball. Send registration to Parkway Central High School, c/o Rick Kirby. For more information contact Rick Kirby at 314-415-5951, Home 314-973-8835. PCH Incoming Freshmen Boys Basketball Camp June 3-7 Parkway Central High M-Fri Entering Grade 9 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. $70 This camp is for all young men planning on coming out for the 9th-grade boys basketball team this year. Each player will be exposed to fundamental station work, our philosophy for offense and defense and participate in game action. Campers will learn how to work and how to improve their basketball skills. Registration includes a t-shirt. Make checks payable to Parkway Central Boys Basketball. Send registration to Parkway Central High School, c/o Rick Kirby, 369 N. Woods Mill Road, Chesterield, MO 63017. For more information contact Rick Kirby at 314415-5951, or 314-973-8835.

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Parkway Colts Girls Basketball Camp May 28-May 31 T-Fri Parkway Central High Entering Grades 3-5 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. $85 Entering Grades 6-8 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. $85 Fundamentals such as passing, ball handling, shooting and rebounding will be emphasized. Registration includes t-shirt. Coach Guilfoyle will be assisted by Nancy Hesemann (former semi-pro basketball player), Todd Beffa, Heather Beal and Tom Sellers. Send registration to Parkway Central Lady Colt’s Basketball Camp, c/o Brian Guilfoyle, 369 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterield, MO 63017. For more information call 314-415-5933 or visit Mr. Guilfoyle’s homepage at website at www.pkwy.k12.mo.us/chs. Co-Ed Cross Country (Girls and Boys) July 22-26 M-Fri Parkway Central High Entering Grades 9-12 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. We aim to advise, educate and motivate athletes of all ages and abilities. We want to help every athlete achieve his/her personal health, itness and performance goals. Camp offers plyometric drills, lexibility and warm-up training, race preparation, injury prevention and introduction to weight training. Participants will receive oneon-one instruction, total participation for each athlete and full-time supervision. For information contact Coach Warren at [email protected] pkwy.k12.mo.us or 314-378-4260. Junior Colt Football Camp May 28-May 31 T-Fri ParkwayCentralHigh Entering Grades 5-8 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $80 A non-contact teaching camp. The fundamentals of blocking, tackling, and both offense and defense in the Central football system will be covered. Moms and dads are welcome to come and learn the game. Cost includes football t-shirt and refreshments. Send registration to Parkway Central High School, c/o Mark Goldenberg. For more information contact Coach Goldenberg at [email protected] net or 314-415-5938.

Central High Football Camps May 27-May 31 M-Fri ParkwayCentralHigh Entering Grades 9-12 8:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. $80 July 22-26 M-Fri Entering Grades 10-12 8:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. $50 A non-contact teaching camp. The fundamentals of blocking, tackling, and both offense and defense in the Central football system will be covered. Cost includes football t-shirt and refreshments. Send registration to Parkway Central High School, c/o Mark Goldenberg. For more information contact Complete the Parkway Summer SPORTS CAMP Registration form [email protected] or 314-415-5938. (pg. 59) and the Student Health Form (pg. 5) to Parkway register. Summer Programs 2013

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Youth Soccer Camp June 10-14 M-Fri Parkway Central High Entering Grades 1-8 1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. $100 Players will learn the techniques of soccer in a fun and positive environment. We will emphasize the fundamentals of the game: dribbling, passing, shooting, defending and developing concepts of team play. Players get an age-appropriate ball and t-shirt and should bring a water bottle, shin guards and cleats every day. Registration and more information available at www. pchsoccer.com. Co-Ed Developmental Volleyball Camp June 10-14 M-Fri Parkway Central High Entering Grades 3-5 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. $65 Entering Grades 6-8 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. $80 Athletes will be divided into groups based on ability and experience. Both individual and team skills will be covered, and will be appropriate to the level of the group. Registration includes a t-shirt. Contact Tom Schaefer at [email protected] net or 314-415-5968 for more information. The registration form can be downloaded from the website www. coltsvb.org. Make checks payable to Parkway Central Volleyball Camp. Girls Volleyball Camp June 10-13 M-TH Parkway Central High Entering Grades 9-12 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. $80 Athletes will be broken up into groups based on ability and experience. Both individual and team skills will be covered, and will be appropriate to the level of the group. Registration includes a t-shirt. Contact Tom Schaefer at [email protected] net or 314-415-5968 for more information. The registration form can be downloaded from the website www. coltsvb.org. Make checks payable to Parkway Central Volleyball Camp. Central Wrestling Camp (Girls and Boys) June 4-7 T-Fri PCH Wrestling room Entering Grades 4-9 3:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m. $35 Big or small, fast or slow, boy or girl, wrestling is for everyone. See how this physically and mentally demanding sport prepares your life through character development, conidence-building and improved self-esteem. And its fun!! This is an introduction to wrestling, work will done on the basics. Mail registrations to Parkway Central Wrestling, 347 N. Woods Mill Road, Chesterield, MO 63017 C/O Coach Rosa or conirm your spot by email to [email protected] Make checks payable to Parkway Central Wrestling camp.

NORTH AREA Parkway North High School, 12860 Fee Fee Rd., St. Louis, MO, 63146. Make checks payable to Parkway School District unless speciied differently and submit only one check per sport. Please send in the completed health form along with the application. Viking Boys Basketball Camp/Jr. Vikings Camp May 28-May 31 T-F Parkway North High Entering Grades: 6-8 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $50 Entering Grades: 3-5 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $50 Camps will be held at the same time, but in different gyms. This program will emphasize fundamentals of individual and team play. The camp includes daily competition and skill contests. Come dressed in gym shorts, t-shirts and tennis shoes. Cost of camp includes a t-shirt. Instruction will be led by the North High Viking coaching staff and former players. All camps will be held in main gym and lower gym. Please make checks payable to Parkway North Boys Basketball Camp (non-refundable after May 30). For more information, contact Coach Russell Vincent at 314-4157684 or [email protected] . Incoming Freshmen Boys Basketball Camp May 28-May 31 T-F Parkway North High Entering Grade: 9 Noon-2:30 p.m. $25 This program is highly recommended for any incoming freshman that wishes to tryout for the Parkway North program next season. Come dressed in gym shorts, t-shirts and tennis shoes. Cost of camp includes a t-shirt. Instruction will be led by the North High Viking coaching staff and former players. Camp will be held in gym. Please make checks payable to Parkway North Boys Basketball Camp (non-refundable after May 24). For more information, contact Coach Russell Vincent at 314-4157684 or [email protected] . High School Boys Basketball Camp June 3-7 M-F Parkway North High Entering Grades: 10-12 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. $25 This program is highly recommended for all players who wish to tryout for the Parkway North program next season. Come dressed in gym shorts, t-shirts and tennis shoes. Cost of camp includes a t-shirt. Instruction will be led by the North High Viking coaching staff and former players. Camp will be held in main gym. Please make checks payable to Parkway North Boys Basketball Camp (non-refundable after May 24). For more information, contact Coach Russell Vincent at 314-4157684 or [email protected] .

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Parkway Sports Camps Viking Girls Basketball Camp June 10-14 M-F Parkway North High Entering Grades 3-8 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. $40 Entering Grades 9-12 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. $25 This program will provide players with fundamentals of the game including dribbling, passing, shooting, and playing defense. Our North system will be introduced to all campers. Team shirts will be provided. Any questions, call Coach Young at 314-435-2168. Make checks payable to Parkway North Girls Basketball Camp. Middle School Strength and Speed Camp June 3-July 12 T, TH Parkway North High Entering Grades 5-8 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. $50 Any middle school student entering grades 5-8 will work out under the direction of high school coaches Matt Maier and Doug Newton. Proper strength techniques and running fundamentals in preparation for high school athletics will be emphasized in this 6-week training class. Make checks payable to Parkway North S&S Camp. Strength and Speed Camp (Non-Football) June 3-July 19 M, W, F Parkway North High Entering Grades 9-12 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $50 The purpose of this camp is to improve athletic performance through a balanced program of strength, speed, and agility, resulting in explosive power for all high school athletes. The sessions are 2 hours per day, 3 days per week for 7 weeks. (1 hour-strength training and 1 hour-speed training). Space is limited and will ill up. Make checks payable to Parkway North S&S Camp. (non-refundable after May 31). If you have speciic questions, contact Brett Katz at 314-415-7600 ext. 27615. Boys Soccer Camp July 15-18 M-TH Parkway North High Entering Grades 9-12 8:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. $50 This camp will feature instruction in individual ball skills, conditioning and team tactics. The camp staff will include North High soccer coaches. Each camper should bring a small water bottle, shin guards, and their own soccer ball with their name on it. Registration includes a camp t-shirt. Please make checks payable to Parkway North Boys Soccer. For more information contact Coach Jeff Church at [email protected]

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Viking Girls Softball Camp July 23-25 T-TH Parkway North High Entering Grades 9-12 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. $40 The Viking Softball Camp will provide participants with knowledge and skills fundamental to the game of softball. Instruction will focus on hitting and ielding mechanics as well as the mental aspects of the game. The camp staff will consist of the North High Coaching Staff as well as former Viking and current collegiate players. Participants should bring a glove and water bottle each day. Cleats and bats are optional. Registration will include a camp t-shirt. Please register before July 5 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. Please make checks payable to Parkway North Softball. For more information contact Coach Amy Doyle at 636-891-6000 ext. 76207: 314-757-2913 or [email protected] rockwood.k12.mo.us. North Girls and Boys Tennis Camp Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced May 28 – May 31 T-F Parkway North High Entering Grades 6-12 3:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. $60 June 3-6 M-TH Parkway North High Entering Grades 3-5 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. $50 Have some fun this summer…PLAY TENNIS! Beginner and intermediate level will focus on learning and improving ground strokes, volleys and serves through drills, games and actual playing. Advanced players will work on improving their game through match play, drills and strategy development. Make checks payable to Parkway North Tennis Camp. A camp t-shirt is included in the fee. For more information contact Coach Ron Lefcourt at 314-609-6936. Co-Ed Volleyball Camp (Boys/Girls) June 10-14 M-F Parkway Central High Entering Grades 3-5 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. $65 Entering Grades 6-8 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. $80 PNH Girls Volleyball Skills Camp June 10-13 M-TH Parkway Central High Entering Grades 9-12 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. $80 These camps are presented by both the Parkway North and the Parkway Central coaching staff. Athletes will be broken up into groups based on ability and experience. Both individual and team skills will be covered, and will be appropriate to the level of the group. Registration for camp includes a t-shirt. Contact Coach Frankenield (PNH) for more informattion at 314-415-7652, or Tom Schaefer (PCH) at 314-4155968. Make checks payable to Parkway Central Volleyball 5 Camp. The Volleyball Camps will be held at Parkway C Central High School.

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Viking Football Camp (Week 1) June 17-21 M-F Parkway North High Entering Grades: 9-12 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. $100 The Viking Football Camp is designed for incoming 9-12 graders for the 2013 football season. This oneweek camp will focus on the fundamentals of blocking, tackling, and all areas of the special teams game. Campers will be under the direction of the North High football staff. All campers will receive a P.N. Football t-shirt and shorts. Cost for two weeks of football camp and lifting/conditioning program is $100 total. Viking Football Camp (Week 2) July 22-26 M-F Parkway North High Entering Grades: 9-12 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. The second week of the Viking Football Camp is focused more on the team aspects for the 2013 North High football season. Fundamentals in each are of blocking, tackling, and special teams will be taught for the upcoming season. The North High football staff will once again direct the camp. All campers will receive a P.N. football t-shirt and shorts. Football Summer Lifting and Conditioning June 3-July 19 M-T-TH-F Entering Grades 9-12 8-9:30 a.m. or 10-11:30 a.m. Coaches Maier and Newton will run two lifting and conditioning sessions for the Viking Varsity/JV Freshmen football players. Cost for two weeks of football camp and lifting/conditioning program is $100 total. Please make checks payable to Parkway North Football. For more information, contact Head Coach Bob Bunton at 314 415-5610. Jr. Viking Football Camp June 18-20 T,W,TH Parkway North High Entering Grades 5-8 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. $40 The camp will be conducted by the Parkway North Viking High School Football Staff and it’s Varsity players. This camp will emphasize the fundamentals of each position and each camper will be introduced to the Viking football philosophy. Featured events during the three-night camp will be position drill work; personalized station-to-station coaching; skills competition; a tour of our PN Football facilities. Each camper will receive a camp set of Viking Football shorts and camp t-shirt. Please register today. For more information call PN Head Football Coach Bob Bunton (314-415-5610). Make checks payable to: PN Football.

SOUTH AREA Parkway South High School, 801 Hanna Rd., Ballwin, MO, 63021. Make checks payable to Parkway School District. Patriot Basketball Camp – Boys May 28 – 31 Entering Grades 9-12 12-2:00 p.m. $75 Entering Grades 7-8 2-4:00 p.m. $75 Entering Grades 4-6 2-4:00 p.m. $75 This camp is designed to engage players in a positive and competitive atmosphere while focusing on individual and team skills. The camp will focus on all major aspects of the game. Players should come dressed to play (athletic shorts, tennis shoes, t-shirt). Cost includes camp t-shirt. For more information, visit http://psouthhoops.ihigh. com. Patriot Girls Golf Camp July 8-12 Entering Grades 6-12 9-11:00 a.m. $200 The fee includes lessons from PGA Instructors along with South High Coaches, range balls, and 9 holes of golf. Location: Family Golf Center and Paradise Valley. For information, contact Coach Weiss at [email protected] Patriot Soccer Academy – Girls/Boys May 15-17 Entering Grades 7-9 4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. $50 The camp will emphasize the fundamentals of the game: dribbling, passing, shooting, and defending. The student will learn the techniques of soccer in a fun and positive environment. The fee includes an academy t-shirt. For more information, contact Al Trost, 314-4157700, ext. 55709.

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Patriot Football Camps Entering Grades 9-12 June 8-12 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. $80 July 22-26 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. July 29-Aug. 2 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. All football camps meet at South High stadium. Report to the football stadium 15 minutes prior to start time. The camps will stress fundamentals, discipline, good attitude and strive to impress upon the athletes to give their best in all endeavors. For more information, contact Joe Rosewell at 314-415-5739.

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Parkway Sports Camps Patriot Softball Clinic $60 in advance/$65 walk-up Entering Grades 3-5, and Grade 6 (recreational) May 28-30 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Entering Grade 6 (competitive) May 28-30 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Entering Grades 7-9 May 28-30 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. NEW this year: Coaches Coffee on Friday, May 3, 9 a.m. Come to this meet and greet, Q/A session with the South High coaching staff. Coaches of players attending the camp are encouraged to attend. The camp will offer athletes expert instruction from the Patriot softball coaching staff, current players, and former players, some of whom are college softball athletes.. Clinic includes individual fundamental skill development, specialized hitting drills and base running, ielding and throwing techniques. Campers will receive certiication of participation, a t-shirt and FUN! Each camper must provide their own glove and water. Bat and helmet are not required, but are recommended. For four players or more registering together, cost is $50. For more information and for the registration form, visit www.parkwaysouthsoftball.com. Questions? Contact Coach Belding at: [email protected] Tennis: Beginner through Advanced Beginner-Intermediate June 3-July 5 PSH tennis courts Entering Grades 1-8 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. Res: $200 Non-Res $210 Entering Grades 4-8 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Res: $200 Non-Res: $210 Entering Grades 9-12 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Res: $200 Non-Res: $210 Advanced League (a demanding class designed for high school team players) Entering Grades 9-12 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Res: $200 Non-Res: $210 Classes meet Monday through Friday (except July 4). Players will be grouped by instructor according to experience and ability. Each student should wear tennis shoes, comfortable light clothing, and bring a tennis racquet and water bottle each day. Tennis balls will be provided. For more information, contact Carolyn Siegel at [email protected] or call 636-230-9743. Messages can be left at 314 415-7700, press 2, Ext. 22731. Mail completed form and payment to: Parkway South High School, attn: Bookstore-Summer Tennis Program, 801 Hanna Rd., Manchester, MO 63021. Please include t-shirt size with registration.

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Patriot Volleyball Camp – Girls and Boys June 3-7 Entering Grades 4-6 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. $65 Entering Grades 7-9 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. $65 The camp is designed to engage students in an enjoyable and positive atmosphere while focusing on individual and team volleyball skills. The camp will focus on all major aspects of competitive volleyball: offense, defense, servereceive, transition, leadership, attitude and effort. For more information, contact Carrie Steele, 314415-9723.

WEST AREA West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO, 63011. Make check payable to Parkway School District. Additional information is available at http://www.ihigh. com/parkwaywestsummercamps/ Boys Baseball Team Camp Entering Grades 2-6 •June 7 8-10:00 a.m., 10:30-12:30 p.m., and 1:00-3:00 p.m. $20 per team member (minimum of 10 players) •June 10-13 1:00-3:00 p.m. $20 per team member (minimum of 10 players) •June 14 8-10:00 a.m., 10:30-12:30 p.m., and 1:00-3:00 p.m. $20 per team member (minimum of 10 players) Coaches, bring in your entire team and the Parkway West coaching staff will take your team through an entire practice. We will model how to run an eficient and organized practice that includes stretching, throwing, base running, individual defensive and offensive technique work, as well as team defense and offense. There are 10 two hour practice slots available. These slots will be illed in order of registration forms received. Cost includes a camp t-shirt and refreshments. Mail completed registrations to Parkway West Baseball, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Complete the Parkway Summer SPORTS CAMP Registration form (pg. 59) and the Student Health Form (pg. 5) to register.

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Boys Baseball Camp June 3-6 Entering Grades 2-6 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. $100 June 17-20 Entering Grades 7-9 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. $100 All camps will be held at Parkway West High Baseball Field. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and team play will be stressed. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School boys’ head coach Aaron Hickman, along with assistant coaches, former and current players. Cost includes a camp t-shirt and refreshments. Mail completed registrations to Parkway West Baseball, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Girls Softball Camp May 28-May 31 Entering Grades 2-9

8:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m. $80 All camps will be held at Parkway West High Softball Field. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and team play will be stressed. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School’s head coach Jeffrey Chazen, along with assistant coaches, former and current players. Cost includes a camp t-shirt and refreshments. Mail completed registrations to Parkway West Softball, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Boys Basketball Camp •May 28 – May 31 Entering Grades 3-4 8:30 a.m.-noon $110 Entering Grades 5-6 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. $110 •June 10-13 Entering Grades 7-8 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. $110 All camps will be held at Parkway West High School. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and team play will be stressed. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School boys’ basketball staff, other high school coaches, and college players. Cost includes a camp t-shirt and refreshments. Mail completed registrations to Athletics Ofice Attn: John Wright, Boys’ Basketball Camp, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Complete the Parkway Summer SPORTS CAMP Registration form (pg. 59) and the Student Health Form (pg. 5) to register.

Boys Basketball Camp May 28-May 31 Entering Grade 9 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. $55 This camp will be held at Parkway West High School. Per MSHSAA rule, we can only work with students who will attend Parkway West High School. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and team play will be stressed. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School boys’ basketball staff, other high school coaches, and college players. Cost includes a camp t-shirt. Mail completed registrations to Athletics Ofice Attn: John Wright, Boys’ Basketball Camp, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Boys Basketball Camp May 28-May 31 Entering Grade 10-12 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. $65 This camp will be held at Parkway West High School. Per MSHSAA rule, we can only work with students who will attend Parkway West High School. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and team play will be stressed. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School boys’ basketball staff, other high school coaches, and college players. Cost includes a camp t-shirt and 8 summer league games at Vianney High School on Monday nights in June. Boys who attend this camp will be eligible to join us for team camp at Central Missouri June 26-28. Registration and payment for the Central Missouri team camp will occur separately online at www. mulesbasketballcamp.com by June 1. Mail completed registrations to Athletics Ofice Attn: John Wright, Boys’ Basketball Camp, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Parkway West Girls Basketball Camps *If you enroll in both the June and July camps, the total cost is $120. •June 3-6 at Parkway West High School Entering Grades 3-8 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. $65 Entering Grades 9-12 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. $65 •July 29-August 1 Parkway West High School Entering Grades 3-8 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. $65 Instruction is provided by Coach John Sloop. Per MSHSAA rules, only 9th-12th graders enrolled at West High may attend the camp. Individual attention, competition emphasis on the fundamentals: shooting, defense, rebounding, and footwork. Campers will be grouped by age, grade, and skill level. Please bring a water bottle and wear a t-shirt, shorts, and tennis shoes. For more information contact Coach Sloop at [email protected] parkwayschools.net or 636-579-3825.

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Parkway Sports Camps Longhorn Cross Country Camp June 3-June 7 West High School Track and Field •Entering Grades 6-12 5:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. $50 •Incoming 6-8th grade $40 This camp is designed for boys and girls, grades 6-12, who are interested in joining the high school cross country team in the future. Runners will be grouped according to experience and ability so that “no child is left behind.” Cost includes t-shirt and refreshments. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Charlie Cutelli at 314-415-7500 or at [email protected] Please mail registration forms to Charlie Cutelli, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Longhorn Golf Camp June 10-14, June 24-28, or July 22-26 Entering Grades 7-12 M-Th 2:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Golfport of Maryland Heights $130/wk Friday- 9 holes at Ballwin G.C. 1:00 p.m. This camp is open to boys and girls with maximum of 12 participants per week. grades 7-12. Sign-up for one or multiple weeks. Please mail registration forms with payment to Jill Bertram, LPGA, Attn: Longhorn Golf Camp, 101 N. Rock Hill, St. Louis, MO 63119. Any questions contact Jill Bertram at 314 580-5574 or [email protected] Girls Lacrosse Camp •June 3-6 West High School Football Practice Field Entering Grades 3-8 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $75 This camp will focus on developing individual skills and integrating these skills towards team play. Each camper receives a stick and ball to keep developing personal skills after the conclusion of the camp. Also included with registration is a t-shirt and mouth guard. Registration must be received before May 10 to receive items. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Emily Lovercheck at 314-435-9443. •July 15-18 Entering Grades 9-12 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $60 This camp is designed for all incoming freshmen through returning seniors interested in participating in the upcoming lacrosse season in the spring of 2013. Each player should come properly equipped with stick, mouth guard, goggles and appropriate shoes (cleats and running shoes). Please bring your own water bottle. Players receive a t-shirt with registration. If you have any questions or concerns contact Emily Lovercheck at 314-435-9443. Please mail registration forms with payment to Parkway West High Lacrosse Camp, Attn: Emily Lovercheck, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011.

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West High Field Hockey Camp July 29-July 31 West High Stadium Field Beginner Camp 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. $35 July 29-31 West High Stadium Field Intermediate Camp 10:30 a.m.-noon $35 This camp is designed for girls, grades 9-12, who are interested in learning the exciting sport of ield hockey and who will attend West High in the fall of 2013. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Abby Zuniga at [email protected] or 314 415-7500. Please mail registration forms to Abby Zuniga, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Longhorn Youth Soccer Camp (Boys/Girls) May 28 – May 31 Girls Stadium Field Entering Grades 3-8 8:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m. $75 May 28 – May 31 Boys Stadium Field Entering Grades 3-8 9:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m. $75 The camp will be held on the campus of Parkway West High School. The camp will focus on developing individual skills and integrating these skills towards strong team play. Registration includes a t-shirt if registration is received before May 1. Participants should bring water bottle, shin guards, and cleats. Contact Annie Wayland (Girls Varsity coach) or Michael Skordos (Boys Varsity coach) at 314 415-7594 for additional information. More can info can be found at www.parkwaywestsoccer.com. Please make checks payable to Parkway West Soccer. Please mail registration forms to Parkway West High School, Attn: Michael Skordos, Boys Soccer Coach, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Longhorn High School Soccer Camp (Boys/Girls) July 15-18 Boys Stadium Field Entering Grades 9-12 8:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m. $85 July 15-18 Girls Stadium Field Entering Grades 9-12 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. $85 The camp is open to all incoming freshmen through returning seniors interested in participating in the upcoming soccer seasons in the fall of 2013 and spring of 2014. Each player should come properly equipped with shin guards and appropriate shoes (cleats and running shoes). Water will be provided, but please bring your own water bottle. Registration includes t-shirt. Contact Annie Wayland (Girls Varsity coach) or Michael Skordos (Boys Varsity coach) 314 415-7594 for additional information. Please make checks payable to Parkway West Soccer. More info can be found at www. parkwaywestsoccer.com. Please mail registration forms to Parkway West High School, Attn: Michael Skordos, Boys Soccer Coach, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011.

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Strength and Condition Summer Camp – West High Male & Female Athletes Entering Grades 9-12 •June 3-27 M, W, & TH 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. $100 (21 sessions) •July 8-July 25 M, W, & TH 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. (21 sessions) All camps will be held at Parkway West High School athletic ields, weight room and gymnasiums. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and teamwork will be emphasized. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West staff. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Jeff Duncan at [email protected] Mail registration forms to Jeff Duncan, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Water Polo Camp May 28-May 31 West High Swimming Pool Entering Grades 6-9 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. $40 Try water polo, a challenge that will encompass your swimming, basketball, baseball and soccer abilities! This camp is open to players, 6th-9th grade boys and girls. The emphasis of the camp will be on fundamental water polo skills, both individual and team. No water polo experience is necessary. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Charlie Cutelli at 314-415-7500 or at [email protected] $40 includes a t-shirt and refreshments. Please mail registration forms to Charlie Cutelli, Parkway West High School, 14653 Clayton Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011.

Longhorn Football Camp Junior Longhorn Football Camp May 6-8 West High Football Game Field Entering Grades 4-8 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. $50 Camp meets at West High football game ield. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School staff, current and former players, current college football players, and junior longhorn football coaches. Price includes camp t-shirt. Contact Jeff Duncan at (636) 667-1394 for more information. 9th Grade Football Camp June 3-6 Week 1 West High Practice Fields Entering Grade 9 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. $100 June 10-13 Week 2 Entering Grade 9 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. *Install of offense and defense will start week 1 and continually progress through week 2. There will be 1 hour of weight training during camp that will serve as Longhorn Power for the day. Camps meet at West High athletic ields. Individual skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and teamwork will be emphasized. Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West High School staff. Price includes team camp shirt and shorts. Contact Jeff Duncan at (636) 667-1394 or [email protected] for more information.

Varsity & JV Football Camp Entering grades 10-12 June 3-6 Week 1 8:00-11:00 a.m. $100 Wrestling Camp June 10-13 Week 2 8:00-11:00 a.m. May 28-May 31 WHS Wrestling Room June 17, 18, 20 Week 3 8:00-11:00 a.m. Entering Grades 9-12 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. $ 7 5 *Install of offense and Camp will feature set-ups, offense and defense (from defense will start week 1 neutral position), bottom work, and tournament every and continually progress day after technique training. If you have any questions through week 3. There will or concerns, please contact Dan Didier, at 636-728-0206 be 1 hour of weight training or at [email protected] during camp that will serve Please mail registration forms to Dan Didier, 1217 as Longhorn Power for the Ticonderoga Dr., Chesterield, MO 63017. Make checks day. payable to Parkway West Wrestling. Camps meet at West High athletic ields. Individual skills, fundamentals, Girls Volleyball Skills Camp sportsmanship, and teamwork will be emphasized. July 22-25 Parkway West High Instruction will be provided by the Parkway West Entering Grades 3-5 9:00 a.m.-11:45 a.m. $95 High School staff. Price includes team camp shirt Entering Grades 6-8 noon-2:45 p.m. $95 and shorts. Contact Jeff Duncan at (636) 667-1394 Please note: 5th grade may select a session based or [email protected] for more informaon skill level. $95 includes a volleyball & t-shirt. tion. Print a registration form at http://www.edline. Please complete the Camp Registration Form on net/pages/West_High/Athletics, or email Coach Dean page 59 and the Health Form on page 5 to register for at [email protected] for more information. all Sports Camps. Please make checks payable to Longhorn Volleyball. www.pkwy.k12.mo.us/summer/summerschool  314.415.8174 or 314.415.8175

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Parkway Camp Youth Registraon Parkway CampsForms ’13 Parkway Summer Sports Camp Registration Form Complete this form and the Student Health Form on page 5 (photocopies acceptable) for sports camps listed on pages 51-58. Mail both forms with your check (made payable to the Parkway School District) to the school where the camp will be held. School addresses are listed under each area heading (Central/North/South/West). Please submit one check per camp. Name of Camp

Session 1 or 2

T-Shirt Size (S, M, L)

Camp Administrator

School Now Aending:

Name of Student

Age

Grade in Fall 2013

Address Phone

Alternate phone

Cell Phone(s)

I am training for (name sport)

Do you have prior experience in this sport?

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING: I, the undersigned parent/guardian, agree and understand that all classes are taken at the parcipant’s own risk, without liability to the Parkway School District, its officials or instructors. Although accidents rarely occur, those parcipang should have their own insurance or be aware that expenses for any medical treatment or care must be borne by the individual parcipant. Read and understood (Signature of Parent)

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••• Photocopies of forms are acceptable for registraon ••• ’13 Parkway Summer Sports Camp Registration Form Complete this form and the Student Health Form on page 5 (photocopies acceptable) for sports camps listed on pages 51-58. Mail both forms with your check (made payable to the Parkway School District) to the school where the camp will be held. School addresses are listed under each area heading (Central/North/South/West). Please submit one check per camp. Name of Camp

Session 1 or 2

T-Shirt Size (S, M, L)

Camp Administrator

School Now Aending:

Name of Student

Age

Grade in Fall 2013

Address Phone

Alternate phone

I am training for (name sport)

Cell Phone(s) Do you have prior experience in this sport?

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING: I, the undersigned parent/guardian, agree and understand that all classes are taken at the parcipant’s own risk, without liability to the Parkway School District, its officials or instructors. Although accidents rarely occur, those parcipang should have their own insurance or be aware that expenses for any medical treatment or care must be borne by the individual parcipant. Read and understood (Signature of Parent)

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Camp FunTastic at Green Trails For children entering kindergarten to those completing 6th grade. •June 3-July 12 •Monday-Friday

Sports Skills Program at Green Trails For children who have completed grades 2-6. This camp if for your family athlete! •June 3-July 12 (no camp July 4) •Monday-Friday

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Our program offers all of the traditional elements of a summer day camp as well as educational fun! The campers will enjoy crafts, sports and games, dancing, cooking, world cultures, technology, and science. Every Friday, our campers participate in an all-camp “campire” with sing-a-longs, skits, lots of laughs, and prizes too! Best of all, the campers receive daily swimming instruction at the West County YMCA! Your child will need to bring a lunch (with a drink), a swimsuit and towel each day.

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This sports camp is the sports enthusiasts dream! Whether you are a serious athlete or just like to toss a ball around, this camp is for you! We will be playing a variety of sports such as soccer, loor hockey, basketball, softball, volleyball, football, and track and ield to name just a few! The sports skills campers will get to cool off every day with swimming instruction at the West County YMCA! Your child will need to bring a lunch (with a drink), a swimsuit, and towel each day. All Sports Camp students should also bring a water jug each day.

Camp Registration Information *You may sign up by the week, or select the entire six-week summer session and SAVE $100! Before- and after-care is available for an additional fee through the West County YMCA. Please call (636) 532-3100 (see page 45 of this Summer Programs booklet). SPACE IS LIMITED! We will accept both mailed and walk-in registrations until program space is full (one family per envelope). Please include payment with registration. A 30-percent down payment is also accepted (full payment by irst day of camp). Checks should be made out to Parkway Community Education. Master Card and Visa are encouraged. Sorry, NO REFUNDS will be permitted after June 1. For camp questions or more information, please contact: [email protected]; Linda Duke, director (314) 550-6478; or Shelley Greenield, director (314) 740-6565. Mail all completed forms (see pg. 5 and 61) to: Parkway Community Education, Attn: Parkway Camp FunTastic, 455 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterield, MO 63017.

North Area Sports Camp at Northeast Middle School •Limit 75 •For children who have completed grades 2-6 •Monday – Friday •June 3 – June 21 #5600 12:15-3:30 p.m. 6/3-6/21 #5601 12:15-3:30 p.m. 6/3-6/7 #5602 12:15-3:30 p.m. 6/10-6/14 #5603 12:15-3:30 p.m. 6/17-6/21 The camp will include a variety of swimming and ield trip.

3 wks. $210 1 wks. $75 1 wks. $75 1 wks. $75 sports, games,

Bus transportation will be provided from Bellerive and Craig after summer school ends and transported to the campsite at Parkway Northeast Middle. Parents are responsible for picking up students at 3:30 p.m. Your child will need to bring his/her lunch and a bottle of water or drink each day. On swim days, students will need to bring swimsuit and towel. Complete the Parkway Summer YOUTH CAMP Registration form (pg. 62) and the Student Health Form (pg. 5) to register.

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Parkway Youth Camps South Area Sports Camp at Oak Brook (Limit 75) For children who have completed grades 2-6 •Monday – Friday •June 3 – June 21 #5800 12:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m. 6/3-6/7 1 wk. $75 #5801 12:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m. 6/10-6/14 1 wk. $75 #5602 12:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m. 6/17-6/21 1 wk. $75 South Area Full Day y Sports Camp at Oak Brook For children who have completed grades 2-6 •Monday – Friday •June 24-June 28 6/24- 6/28 1 wk. $150 #5603 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The camp will include a variety of sports, games, and ield trips. Bus transportation will be provided from Carman Trails and South Middle after summer school ends, and transported to Oakbrook. No bus transportation provided for full-day y camp p week of June 24. Parents are responsible for picking up students at 3:30 p.m. Your child will need to bringg his/her lunch and a / bottle of water or drink each day. y On swim days, y , students towel.. will need to bringg swimsuit and towel

SUMMER GOLF The following golf classes will meet at GolfPort Driving Range and Creve Coeur Municipal Golf Course. If student misses a class, make-up will be done depending on instructor’s schedule. For directions to the Driving Range and Golf Center, call instructor (314) 434-4715. The parent-only class will meet at Thornhill Library and will be held before classes begin. All concerns will be discussed. Beginning Golf, Ages 5-11 6680 Sat. GolfPort Driving Range M. Klearman 9-10:30 a.m. 6/1 4 s. $40 $42 Become the best golfer you can be! Students will learn their “correct golf body movements” to consistently drive, chip and pitch the ball to the spot they select in the fairway or on the green and then make that perfect putt. You will learn how to practice “correctly” (within the limited time you have) and how to recognize the wrong “what” you do in your power swings and putting strokes. Sessions 1 and 2 will meet at GolfPort Driving Range. Students will be responsible for purchasing their bucket of balls each ($9). Sessions 3 and 4 will be held at Creve Coeur Municipal golf course with parents accompanying students and playing along with their child. Session 3 (Putting – no ball charge). Session 4, no matter your present ability, you and your child will learn by actually playing a 3 hole round of golf (cost $9) how to play a pleasant round of golf using what you learned in previous sessions.

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B Beginning Golf, Ages 12-17 6681 Sat. Sa GolfPort Driving Range M. Klearman 11 11-12:30 p.m. 6/1 4 s. $40 $42 Same course description as previous course. Parent m must be present for each session. A Chef’s Cooking Academy: Iron Chef Camp 2001 ABC M-F M Grades 1-5 Shenandoah F. Davis 12:30-3:30 p.m. 6/10-6/14 12 5 s. $130 $134 Join ABC Chefs Cooking Academy for a special kids Iron Chef Competition. Daily we will prepare at least 2-3 Ir recipes, in addition to learning relevant history, stories, re music and of course, loads of fun. Following some of our m favorite TV Shows, we will have cooking competitions fa with each class. What will we be making? It’s in the mysw tery basket. Students will get to be hands on, learning te different cooking techniques and recipes from our chef di instructors. in Students attending summer school and then attending ABC Cooking Academy need to bring a sack lunch and in a drink each day. En Passant Chess Club Camps: Chess Club Camp, Gr. K-12 Ch #0500 M-F Mason Ridge G. Boyd 12:30-2:30 p.m. 6/3-6/7 5 s. $125 $129 #0200 M-F Claymont G. Boyd 12:30-2:30 p.m. 6/10-6/14 5 s. $125 $129 #1500 M-F Bellerive G. Boyd 12:30-2:30 p.m. 6/17-6/21 5 s. $125 $129 Chess concepts and ideas will be taught to beginner, intermediate and advanced chess students. No experience is necessary to participate in this chess camp. Come and learn from Mr. Boyd, the club’s director, and his K-9 National Champion En Passant Chess Club members and staff. Students attending summer school and then attending Chess Camp need to bring a sack lunch and drink each day. Kidzart Summer Camp 0990 M-F Grades 1-5 Craig Kidzart Staff 12:30-3:30 p.m. 6/17-6/21 5 s. $160 $164 Join Kidszart this summer and take an adventure to the heart of the jungle! Create fun and fascinating art with a wild theme. At KidzArt, there are NO mistakes in making art! Different mediums such as marker, watercolors, chalk, pastels and more are used in this safari theme camp. Kids work on multiple projects a day which lead up to a inal art reveal to parents and friends at the end of the week. Students attending summer school prior to Kidzart will need to bring a sack lunch and drink each day.

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Mad Science Secret Agent Lab Camp 1200 (For Ages 5 to 12) M-F Mason Ridge Mad Science 9:00-3:00 p.m. 6/24-6/28 5 s. $235 $239 Look out 007…The Mad Science Spy Academy is now in session! Become a Super Spy by using the powers of observations and your Inspectikit. You’ll learn clever ways of performing tasks in this hand on view of the science that spies use. From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, campers will have the hands-on opportunity to check out spy equipment and step into the shoes of a spy in action! Students attending Mad Science Camp will need to bring a sack lunch and a drink each day. Karate Summer Camp 0599 M-F Mason Ridge Mo Karate Staff 12:30-3:30 p.m. 6/17-6/21 5 s. $160 $164 Karate is for everyone! This camp will provide the student with fundamentals of traditional karate which include balance, rotation, breathing and energy techniques. The history and select Japense terminology along with respect and the knowledge will also be covered. Students attending summer school and then attending Karate camp will need to bring a sack lunch and drink each day.

Abra-Kid-Abra Magic Camp: Making Things Appear and Disappear 2100 M-F Carman Trails Abra-Kid-Abra Staff 12:30-3:30 p.m. 6/17-6/21 5 s. $114 $118 Make a coin someone is holding disappear! Color a booklet by magic! Make a person appear from nowhere! These are just a few of the tricks you’ll learn in Abra-KidAbra Making Things Appear and Disappear camp! You’ll get your own magic box and new tricks to show friends and family every day! Plus, you’ll learn comedy magic skits, balloon twisting, magic puzzles, and lots more! Camp culminates with campers putting on a family show. Goals are to develop presentation skills, build conidence and have fun! Tricks are new from previous camps. Students attending Summer School at Carmen Trails and then attending Abra-Kid-Abra Magic Camp need to bring a sack lunch and a drink each day.

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Parkway Youth Camp Registration 2013

For Parkway Youth Camps listed on pages 60-62, complete this form and a Student Health Form (pg. 5). Mail both forms with your check (made payable to Parkway Community Educaon) as follows: •If registering for Camp FunTasc or Sports Skills at Green Trails, please mail forms to Parkway Community Educaon, An: Parkway Camp FunTasc, 455 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterfield, MO 63017. •For all other Youth Camps, mail forms to: Parkway Community Educaon, 455 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterfield, MO 63017. Camp Name/Course Number Resident

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Parkway Adult Community Education Courses

Registraon For most classes students must be 16 and over, some exceptions noted. Some courses have limited enrollment, so register early. Phone-in registrations are accepted with either Master Card or Visa only. For mailed registrations, please complete the form on the back cover of this course catalog and mail to the address indicated on the form. Conirmations are not sent to enrollees. Notiications will be made if course time change, dates change or the course is canceled due to insuficient enrollment. No class July 4.

COOKING

Getting Around With Yogurts 5451 W West High Home Ec. J. Campbell 6:30-8:30 p.m. 6/12 1 s. $19 $ 2 1 The grocery only has a few of the wonderful world of yogurts. You will learn how to culture Greek yogurt, a heat process and I will explain how it is done. Then we will be going into table top yogurts: Filmjok and Villi. No heat is needed for these yogurts. You will be making a caramel apple topping to go with your yogurts, yogurt cheese, a yogurt drink and a no cook oatmeal breakfast for on the go. We will also talk about where these yogurts come from. All yogurts are “generational” which means they will last forever, if taken care of. You will need at least 4 jars with non metal lids if you would like to bring home the cultures.

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ARTS/CRAFTS

Refunds Refunds will be made if a class is canceled due to limited enrollment or if a class is illed to capacity before the registration form was received. No refunds will be made after the day registration close and before the irst day of class. A processing fee of $7 will be deducted for all classes not canceled by Parkway. NO refunds will be made after the irst day of class.

Golden Key Cards Any Parkway citizen 65 and older and Parkway retiree can obtain a Golden Key Card which is valid for one Parkway Community School class per semester (some exceptions noted) and any Parkway regular season home athletic event (not MSHAA sponsored activities). Cards may be obtained by calling (314) 4158174/8175. No phone registrations accepted unless paying for supply fee with charge card. Holders of Golden Key cards are required to pay for any books, supplies, equipment, etc.

Parkway Disclaimer The course content and opinions expressed by speakers and instructors are their own and do not necessarily relect the views of Parkway School District or any of its sponsoring organizations.

Art Innovators 5465 W West High Z. Prior 7:30-9:00 p.m. 6/5 4 s. $60 $64 Knock down personal and psychological barriers that block creative expression with Art Innovators. The ‘shoulds’ and ‘who’s best’ go right out the window. We provide students with the creativity skills to break through the barriers of self-judgment and the pressures of competition. Classes focus on relaxing, creative problem solving, letting go and HAVING FUN! Students will be introduced to a variety of artistic styles and have an opportunity to use different materials such as silk painting, watercolor, pastels, and more! Creative Memories: Photo and Memorabilia Organization 5404 W West High TBA B. Hoerner 7-9 p.m. 6/5 1 s. $47 $49 Do you have boxes and boxes of photographs stuffed everywhere? Do you want to get them organized? If so, this is the class for you. Learn and easy system to organize your backlog of photos and keep them safe. Bring approximately 1000 photos (already removed from albums) to class. You will leave with an organization box which holds up to 1,200 photos and the conidence to get organized. Class fee includes organizational materials needed to get your photographs organized.

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Creative Memories: Simply Said Album 5405 W West High TBA B. Hoerner 7-9 p.m. 6/19 1 s. $30 $32 Simply Said Albums are the perfect gifts for everyone! The pages are ready for you photos and a few lines of journaling by you to create a personalized gift. Choose from many different themes – Mom, Dad, Friend, Teacher, Dear Santa, Grandparent and Hope. Bring approximately 20 photos to include in this great little package. Class fee includes supplies and materials to complete a Simply Said Album ready for gift giving. Creative Memories: Fast to Fabulous Album 5406 W West High TBA B. Hoerner 7-9 p.m. 6/26 1 s. $90 $92 Do you want to get your photos in an album so you can enjoy them but don’t want to take the time to “scrapbook?” Bring approximately 100 photos with you and leave the class with a beautiful, completed album perfect for gift giving or to keep for yourself. This new album features beautiful pre-designed pages – just add photos. Class fee includes supplies and materials to complete a Fast to Fabulous Album in one class.

DANCE

DANCE

Country Line Dance, Beginning 5459 W West High TBA B. Goyer 6:30-8 p.m. 6/5 6 s. $41 $45 No need for a partner in this fun class! Learn the basic line dances from beginning to intermediate: Electric Slide, Slapping Leather, Watermelon Crawl, Stationary Cha-Cha and many more. Great exercise! Please wear slick bottom shoes for sliding. Bowling shoes are good. Country Line Dance, Intermediate 5460 W West High TBA B. Goyer 8-9:30 p.m 6/5 6 s. $41 $45 A continuation from beginning line dance. FAMILY HEALTH/WELLNESS FAMILY HEALTH & WELLNESS Heart Saver CPR/AED, Ages 12 - Adults 5442 W West High TBA Safety Basics 6-8:30 p.m. 6/12 1 s. $50 $52 Get pumped for heart month and learn how to save a life! Learn how to perform adult and child CPR for victims ages one year through adulthood, how to help with a choking emergency, and how to use an automated external deibrillator to shock the heart. Receive a 2 year certiication from the American Heart Association.

Home Alone, Ages 9-11 5439 W West High TBA Mercy Hospital Staff 6:30-8:30 p.m. 6/5 1 s. $25 $29 Are your children ready to be home alone? Children will learn simple irst aid, safety, and self-care techniques. Topics covered include: entering and leaving the home, basic irst aid, personal safety, ire safety, storm safety, answering the door and phone, simple snacks, and appropriate activities. Children will receive a Home Alone book and parents will get a simple checklist. Sitter Skills, Ages 10-15 5441 W West High TBA Mercy Hospital Staff 6:30-9 p.m. 6/19 1 s. $30 $34 This course prepares novice baby-sitters for a positive, safe baby-sitting experience. Meets badge requirements for Junior Girl Scouts. Please bring either a doll or stuffed animal to class.

FINANCE

FINANCE

College Funding: From Diapers to Diplomas 5435 W West High TBA Glazer/Boedges 7:00-8:30 p.m 6/5 1 s. $7 $9 This class provides insight and guidance for the major inancial decisions that you may have to make when sending a child to college. In this class you will learn about the various ways to fund a college education. Understanding Retirement Healthcare and Social Security 5433 W West High TBA Glazer/Boedges 7-8:30 p.m. 6/12 1 s. $7 $9 As people approach retirement, a common concern is the answer to the question, “what if I get sick?” This class will prepare you to make important decisions about your healthcare by helping you to understand your health insurance options. You will learn about healthcare decisions to be made before and at retirement including what Medicare does and does not offer – in plain English. You will also learn about Social Security, the original source of guaranteed income for life, including how it can pay to delay, how your Social Security income will be taxed, and the little-understood effect of earned income on Social Security Beneits.

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GARDENING In keeping with the mission of the Master Gardener program, the speakers Bureau is a public service program dedicated to providing quality horticultural information. Programs are presented by knowledgeable Master Gardeners who have received extensive training provided by the MO Botanical Garden and the University of Mo Extension. Speakers have selected and prepared presentations that relect their expertise and interest. Parkway Golden Key Card does not apply to any of the gardening below. Birds in the Garden 5412 W West High TBA C. Alwood 7-9 p.m. 6/12 1 s. $10 $12 Ever wonder about the bird making the wonderful songs you hear while working in your yard? Can’t tell the difference between a house inch and house slippers? “Birds in the Garden” will help you learn how to identify birds common to your back year, give you quicker reference tips, song characteristics and ways to entice some of the most colorful birds found within the St. Louis area to your yard. Safe, Ergonomic Gardening 5413 W West High TBA D. Pott 7-9 p.m. 6/19 1 s. $10 $12 Get information for easy ways to protect yourself while you are working in your garden, including general safety tips and safe ways to lift, turn, carry and operate garden tools.

PHYSICAL FITNESS

PHYSICAL FITNESS & SPORTS

Slimnastics #6640 T CCGC TBA C. Hollander 10-11 a.m. 6/4 6 s. $27 $30 #6641 TH CCGC TBA C. Hollander 10-11 a.m. 6/6 6 s. $27 $30 #6642 T/TH CCGC TBA C. Hollander 10-11 a.m. 6/4 12 s. $54 $57 Look younger, feel better, and lose inches, slim and trim, general conditioning. Bring towel or mat and wear tennis shoes. Please note this class meets at Creve Coeur Government Center, 300 N. New Ballas Rd., Creve Coeur, MO., in the gymnasium.

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Volleyball, Mixed 5455 W West High Gym J. Selvaggi 7:30-9:30 p.m. 6/5 5 s. $25 $28 This class will be for those who want to play volleyball for recreation on a variety of mixed teams. Some instruction and drill will occur, but play will be emphasized.

SPECIAL INTEREST

SPECIAL INTERESTS

Calligraphy, Beginning 5430 W West High TBA C. Tefft 6-8 p.m. 6/5 6 s. $85 $89 Sign up for this class to begin learning the basic principles and techniques involved in creating beautiful artistic letters. Good handwriting is NOT a prerequisite! This class is for brand-new beginners. You will be learning to write in uncial (Celtic), one of the easiest to learn among the classic lettering styles. $25 supply fee for specialized materials is included in registration fee. Students will also be provided with a list of additional (basic) supplies to bring. Parkway Golden Key does not apply. Calligraphy, Advanced Beginning 5431 W West High TBA C. Tefft 7-9 p.m. 6/5 6 s. $60 $64 This class is for those who want to continue studying calligraphy beyond the novice level. In addition to learning to use more advanced techniques and materials in calligraphy, you will be studying italic, one of the most popular among the classis lettering styles, and a particular favorite for those wishing to learn to address envelopes. Students may take this class more than once in order to ine-tune their skills and continue learning additional techniques. Prerequisite: Completion of one semester in Beginning Calligraphy, or instructor approval. Parkway Golden Key does not apply. Photography: Start to Finish 5452 W West High TBA G. Tindira 7-9 p.m. 6/12 3 s. $27 $30 Begin with learning how your camera takes a picture and inish with photographs you will be proud to share with friends and family. We will explain what choices your camera makes for you and how to better control your photo quality. You will see how to add interest and excitement to photos of people, nature, family events and vacations. We will explore the tips and tricks you have at your command with pocket point and shoot cameras as well as up scale DSLRs. Bring your camera, users manual and photos (digital or prints) that you would like to improve or that present problems you want to overcome.

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Parkway Golden Key Card does not apply to the following tours. No refunds will be given after the registration deadline. St. Louis Brews 6684 Wed., May 22 9-4 p.m. $79 $81 We will begin our day of visiting sites related to popular drinks brewed in St. Louis, with a stop at Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting House. What an aroma, and what an interesting place to learn about and sample coffee! Then we’ll head to Maplewood for an excellent tour and tasting at Schlaly Bottleworks. Afterward, a buffet lunch of turkey club sandwich, salad, soup and beverage will be served at Schlaly. Next, more marvelous aromas, as we stop at Pensey’s Spices to smell and shop for spices from all over the world. Then we pay a visit to the famous Lemp Mansion to hear the stories about the ill-fated Lemp brewing family and to tour their haunted Victorian mansion. Lastly, we’ll enjoy one of Fitz’s almost sinfully-famous root beer loats at their restaurant in University City, and watch the bottling process. Tour includes transportation fees; the services of tour guide, Linda Koenig, admissions and lunch are included in the fee. Tour meets at 8:30 a.m. in the ISC parking lot at Fee Fee and Bennington. No refund after May 1. Special Gardens and Galleries 6685 Wed., June 19 9-4 p.m. $67 $71 Join us as we start the day with a stroll through unique Laumeier Sculpture Park….one of the few public sculpture parks in the U.S. Next visit the Marianist Galleries to view some of brother Mel Meyer’s wonderful works of art. What a creative genius. Then we’ll drive through beautiful Tower Grove Park on our way to our delicious lunch at GRBIC, in the Old Bailey’s Dairy Farm. The restored restaurant interior of European folk art is truly outstanding, as is our meal there. After lunch we’ll tour one of the most amazing and lovely gardens anywhere….atop the 8th loor of Children’s Hospital. What a treasure! Afterward we’ll visit the new May Lin fountain in the Barnes complex. Lastly we’ll cross the Mississippi to the Malcolm Martin Park, where we’ll view the Gateway Geyser and fabulous Arch overlook. Tour includes transportation fees; the services of tour guide, Linda Koenig, admissions and lunch are included in the fee. Tour meets at 8:30 a.m. in the ISC parking lot at Fee Fee and Bennington. No refund after May 29.

Nibble and Nosh Galore 6686 Fri., July 19 9-4 p.m. $44 $48 Bring your appetite, a giant shopping bag and an ear for interesting historical anecdotes as we nibble, nosh and shop our way through St. Louis. We will visit the famous Soulard Market, Gus’s Pretzels, Dad’s Cookies, ChocolateChocolate-Chocolate’s new candy-making plant, Missouri Baking Company and Volpi’s Sausages, the AnheuserBusch tasting room, and Crown Candy Kitchen for ice cream. There’s no included stop for lunch on this trip. Tour includes transportation fees; the services of tour guide, Linda Koenig, and admissions. Tour meets at 8:30 a.m. in the ISC parking lot at Fee Fee and Bennington. No refund after June 28. Heaven and Hill 6687 Thurs., Aug. 8 9-4 p.m. $67 $71 Start the day with a visit to the magniicent St. Alphonsus “Rock” Church. Constructed in 1867, St. Alphonsus’ soaring steeples and German stained glass windows make this church building one of the outstanding ones in the region. Next, we’ll visit St. Francis de Sales, which reminds one of the Cathedral of Frankfort. We’ll have a great lunch of house salad, chicken spedini, pasta side, bread and beverage at Zia’s on the Hill. Afterward we’ll have time to shop at Missouri Bakery, Volpi’s, DeGregario’s , visit St. Ambrose Church and play a bit of bocce at Milo’s Tavern, all on The Hill. Finally, we’ll treat ourselves to a concrete at Ted Drewe’s. Tour includes transportation fees; the services of tour guide, Linda Koenig. Tour meets at 8:30 a.m. in the ISC parking lot at Fee Fee and Bennington. No refund after July 17th. Jersey County Victorian Festival 6688 Mon., Sept. 2 9-4 p.m. $57 $61 Enjoy a special Labor Day event in Illinois at the Jersey County Victorian Festival. The festival promotes Civil War re-enactments, agricultural demonstrations and working crafts. Take a Stagecoach or buggy ride, and tour the 1866 Fulkerson Mansion, observe steam and antique tractor plowing, threshing, sawmilling, gas engines, a shingle mill, coopering, gunsmithing, rope making, period musical instruments, Civil War embalming, artillery, and much more. Witness a stagecoach hold-up, a duel of honor, and a Civil War style show. Purchase lunch on your own from a large variety of food vendors. Enjoy shopping opportunities, or sit back and listen to bluegrass and other entertainement. Tour includes transportation fees and the services of tour guide, Linda Koenig. Tour meets at 8:30 a.m. in the ISC parking lot at Fee Fee and Bennington. No refund after August 12.

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Parkway Adult Basic Educaon/ESL ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESL • Free • Begin Anytime (314) 415-4940 For international persons 17 or older not currently enrolled in high school who wish to improve English skills or prepare for the citizenship exam. Teachers have degrees and are state-certiied with specialized training in ESL. Beginning classes – For those who speak little or no English. Instruction in speaking, listening or understanding, reading and writing English. Intermediate classes – For those above beginning level. Instruction in conversation, pronunciation, grammar, reading, writing, American culture and customs. Advanced classes – For those who are very good in English but need additional help with conversation, pronunciation, vocabulary, advanced grammar, reading and writing. Citizenship tutors available Adult English as a Second Language (ESL) – Free M-F 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. all levels ongoing AEL/ESL Ofice M-TH 1 p.m.-4 p.m. all levels ongoing AEL/ESL Ofice M-W 6:30-9:30 p.m. all levels ongoing AEL/ESL Ofice Fern Ridge High School, 13157 N. Olive Spur Rd., 63141. Registration held on Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 - 1:00 p.m.; and Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Conversation/Citizenship/Computer English (ESL) – Free M-W 4-6:30 p.m. all levels ongoing Room 301 TH 4-7 p.m. all levels ongoing Room 301 Fern Ridge High School, 13157 N. Olive Spur Rd., 63141. Registration Monday - Thursday, 4:00-5:30 p.m. TOEFL Test Strategies – Free F 1 p.m.-4 p.m. advanced only ongoing Room 301 Fern Ridge High School, 13157 N. Olive Spur Rd., 63141. Registration Friday 1:00 p.m. Adult English as a Second Language (ESL) – Free M-F 9 a.m.-12 noon all levels ongoing M-TH 12:30-3:30 p.m. all levels ongoing Manchester United Methodist Church, 129 Woods Mill Rd., 63011. Registration held on Thursday, 9 a.m.12:30 p.m.

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ADULT BASIC EDUCATION BASIC SKILLS, GED® STUDY REVIEW Free • Begin Anytime (314) 415-4940 For persons 17 years or older not currently enrolled in high school who wish to improve academic skills. Teachers have degrees and are state-certiied with specialized training in adult education. Start at your own level; work at your own rate. Individual instruction or small group activities according to student’s needs. Improve academic abilities in reading, writing, language, math. Prepare for the GED® test. Transition to post secondary education. Increase work readiness skills. Adult Education/GED® Classes– Free M–TH 12:30-4 p.m. ongoing Room 301 Fern Ridge High School, 13157 Olive Spur Rd., 63141. Call for orientation dates. Adult Education/GED® Classes – Free M–F 9 a.m.-12 p.m. ongoing Faith Baptist Church, 12061 Natural Bridge Road, 63044. Call for orientation dates. GED® Online Call (314) 415-4940 for instructions.

Some changes in scheduling may occur. Please call the AEL office (314-415-4940) before aending any class for the first me. Other class sites in Brentwood, Clayton, Hazelwood, Ladue, Maplewood-Richmond Heights and Paonville are available. VOLUNTEER TUTORS are needed for GED® and ESL! CALL (314) 415-4941. GED® and the GED Tesng Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Educaon® and may not be used or reproduced without the express wrien permission of the American Council on Educaon.

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Parkway Community School ADULT PROGRAM Registraon Form Course Title  Resident  MasterCard

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•No noficaon is made unless class is canceled. Make checks payable to Parkway Community School and return with this form to: Parkway Community School, 455 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterfield, MO 63017. Visa or MasterCard also accepted. •You may also register by calling the Community School office, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., at (314) 415-8174 or 415-8175, or by faxing your registraon form with credit card number to (314) 415-8199.