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ESL English as a Second Language

Tuesday, April 2, 2013 @ 5:30 PM (MST)
6501 W. Virginia Ave. PhoenixAZ  85035
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 @ 5:30 PM (MST)
6501 W. Virginia Ave. PhoenixAZ  85035

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. What you and your teen need to know before they drive. A pre-premit presentation for parents and teens that provides critical information teens need to know before they take the wheel. The presentation covers, state and national statistics on teen driving, graduated driver licensing components, state requirements for obtaining a permit and driver's license, parent's role and responsibilities, what to look for in a driving school, sample parent-teen driving agreement, practical tips on teaching teens to drive and parent resources and more. A free workshop taught by AAA and co-sponsored by the City of Phoenix" This program is designed for ages 6-13. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except for Fridays. Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day." This program is designed for ages 6-13. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except on Fridays Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day." Learning basic English (for non English speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English Speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." This program is designed for ages 6-13. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except on Fridays Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day." This programs is designed for ages 6-13. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except for Fridays. Activities include arts and crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects, sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in sports programs. Friday is special event day." This class is for 6yrs and up and the first session ONLY is ABSOLUTELY FREE! The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." This programs is designed for ages 6-13. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except for Fridays. Ativities include arts and crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in sports programs. Friday is special event day." Learning basic English (for non English speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English Speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." Participants will learn to observe other people write about what they see in a fun descriptive manner. They will write dialogues, scenes and adventures. Participants will share their writings and learn to use constructive analysis." Create cards using stamps, decorative paper and punches. Projects include birthday, thank you and other similar cards, gift packaging and/ or tags. ideas, etc. Class is appropriate for all levels. Supply list and demo book available at front desk." Participants will be learning a fun, choreographed belly dance routine while dancing to rhythmic music. Belly dancing helps improves posture and flexibility, and tones and strengthens muscles. The class combines basic techniques,dance steps and movement patterns. The class is appropriate for beginners and no previous belly dancing experience is necessary." Participants will learn to observe other people write about what they see in a fun descriptive manner. They will write dialogues, scenes and adventures. Participants will share their writings and learn to use constructive analysis." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." Participants will paint ceramic bisque pieces with either acrylic or glaze. Learn techniques like dry brush, wax resist, etc." Participants will learn to observe other people write about what they see in a fun descriptive manner. They will write dialogues, scenes and adventures. Participants will share their writings and learn to use constructive analysis." Participants will be learning a fun, choreographed belly dance routine while dancing to rhythmic music. Belly dancing helps improves posture and flexibility, and tones and strengthens muscles. The class combines basic techniques, dance steps and movement patterns. The class is appropriate for beginners and no previous belly dancing experience is necessary." Learning basic English (for non English speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English Speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." his workshop will cover resume development, cover letter, job search strategy and interviewing. The instructor has over 10 years experience in working with people to get them back into the workforce" Tumble Tots is a parent participation class full of giggles and fun! Parents are guided through proper spotting techniques for working with their tot on low balance beam, springboards, and tumbling mats. Our curriculum includes eye/hand coordination activities with colorful props. Occasional musical activities add to the thrill of class. Age appropriate fundamental body positions, elementary rolling, static poses and loco motor skills are introduced to this young age group. Our favorite handout, that illustrated New Skill Chart provides a visual explanation of the skills presented in class. Sign up to join in on the fun! Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shorts, t-shirt or leotard. **Parents/guardians are required to stay on premises for the duration of the class. Thank you for your cooperation!" Through the use of step-by-step progressions are learning the basic skills of gymnastics including handstands, cartwheels and backward rolls. Our curriculum encompasses a wide spectrum of tumbling skills, apparatus skills, static poses and loco motor movements. The Rising Stars students are provided with an array of apparatus circuit work that keeps everyone engaged in activity. Learning new skills is such fun! Our favorite handout, the illustrated New Skill Chart, provides a visual explanation of the skills presented in class. Sign up to join in on the fun! Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shorts, T-shirt or leotard. **Parents/guardians are required to stay on premises for the duration of the class. Thank you for your cooperation!" Take your cheer and pom skills to the next level. Time to learn those vital acrobatic skills that set your routine apart from the others! Jumps, turns and tumbling skills are practiced on tumbling mats. Special skill-builder mats are utilized to increase the student's confidence. Spoting is provided but is minimized through progressive introduction of key components to Target Sills. L-E-T-S G-O! Sign up to day. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing." Gymnasts receive instruction on the events of Tumbling, Vaulting and Low Beam. Physical challenges are presented in the form of progressions. Target Skills are broken down into manageable drills with the resultant effect of many moments of mini successes. Our gymnasts experience increased flexibility, muscular strength development, and improved agility. Self-confidence is a wonderful by product of classes. "I can do it!" is a common student statement. FItness components are included in the curriculum in a very fun fashion through cooperative games and props. Get a great start in gymnastics sign up today! Loose fitting comfortable clothing is recommended; shorts, t-shirt or leotard." Gymnasts receive instruction on the events of Tumbling, Vaulting and Low Beam. Physical challenges are presented in the form of progressions. Target Skills are broken down into manageable drills with the resultant effect of many moments of mini successes. Our gymnasts experience increased flexibility, muscular strength development, and improved agility. Self-confidence is a wonderful by product of classes. "I can do it!" is a common student statement. FItness components are included in the curriculum in a very fun fashion through cooperative games and props. Get a great start in gymnastics sign up today! Loose fitting comfortable clothing is recommended; shorts, t-shirt or leotard." Participants will learn to observe other people write about what they see in a fun descriptive manner. They will write dialogues, scenes and adventures. Participants will share their writings and learn to use constructive analysis." Take your cheer and pom skills to the next level. Time to learn those vital acrobatic skills that set your routine apart from the others! Jumps, turns and tumbling skills are practiced on tumbling mats. Special skill-builder mats are utilized to increase the student's confidence. Spoting is provided but is minimized through progressive introduction of key components to Target Sills. L-E-T-S G-O! Sign up to day. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing." This program is designed for ages 6-12. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except for Fridays. Participants need to bring a sack lunch including drink on Fridays. Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day. The program concludes at 3pm with open recreational activities being provided until 9pm M - Tr and 6pm on Fridays." This program is designed for ages 6-12. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except on Fridays. Participants need to bring a sack lunch including drink on Friday. Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day. An additional $1.00 charge the day of the field trip Wednesday, June 13 for Maryvale Swimming Pool. The program concludes at 3pm with open recreational activities being provided until 9pm M - Tr and 6pm on Fridays." This programs is designed for ages 6-12. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except for Fridays participants need to bring a sack lunch including drink on Fridays. Ativities include arts and crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in sports programs. Friday is special event day. The program concludes at 3pm with open recreational activities being provided until 9pm M - Tr and 6pm on Fridays." This program is designed for ages 6-12. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except on Fridays participants need to brng a sack lunch including drink on Friday. Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day. The program concludes at 3pm with open recreational activities being provided until 9pm M - Tr and 6pm on Fridays." This programs is designed for ages 6-12. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School District; except for Fridays participants need to bring a sack lunch including drink on Friday. Activities include arts and crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects, sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in sports programs. Friday is special event day. The program concludes at 3pm with open recreational activities being provided until 9pm M - Tr and 6pm on Fridays." This program is designed for ages 6-12. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Cartwright School except for Fridays. Participants need to bring a sack lunch including drink. Activities include arts & crafts, no bake cooking, games, projects and sports (gym shoes must be worn to participate in the sports program). Friday is special event day. An additional charge for a field trip on Wednesday, July 25 to Brunswick Desert Sky Lanes for bowling from 12:30-2:30pm for $5.00 Bring money on the day of the field trip. The program concludes at 3pm with open recreational activities being provided until 9pm M - Tr and 6pm on Fridays." Through the use of step-by-step progressions are learning the basic skills of gymnastics including handstands, cartwheels and backward rolls. Our curriculum encompasses a wide spectrum of tumbling skills, apparatus skills, static poses and loco motor movements. The Rising Stars students are provided with an array of apparatus circuit work that keeps everyone engaged in activity. Learning new skills is such fun! Our favorite handout, the illustrated New Skill Chart, provides a visual explanation of the skills presented in class. Sign up to join in on the fun! Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shorts, T-shirt or leotard. **Parents/guardians are required to stay on premises for the duration of the class. Thank you for your cooperation!" Gymnasts receive instruction on the events of Tumbling, Vaulting and Low Beam. Physical challenges are presented in the form of progressions. Target Skills are broken down into manageable drills with the resultant effect of many moments of mini successes. Our gymnasts experience increased flexibility, muscular strength development, and improved agility. Self-confidence is a wonderful by product of classes. "I can do it!" is a common student statement. FItness components are included in the curriculum in a very fun fashion through cooperative games and props. Get a great start in gymnastics sign up today! Loose fitting comfortable clothing is recommended; shorts, t-shirt or leotard." Tumble Tots is a parent participation class full of giggles and fun! Parents are guided through proper spotting techniques for working with their tot on low balance beam, springboards, and tumbling mats. Our curriculum includes eye/hand coordination activities with colorful props. Occasional musical activities add to the thrill of class. Age appropriate fundamental body positions, elementary rolling, static poses and loco motor skills are introduced to this young age group. Our favorite handout, that illustrated New Skill Chart provides a visual explanation of the skills presented in class. Sign up to join in on the fun! Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shorts, t-shirt or leotard. **Parents/guardians are required to stay on premises for the duration of the class. Thank you for your cooperation!" Through the use of step-by-step progressions are learning the basic skills of gymnastics including handstands, cartwheels and backward rolls. Our curriculum encompasses a wide spectrum of tumbling skills, apparatus skills, static poses and loco motor movements. The Rising Stars students are provided with an array of apparatus circuit work that keeps everyone engaged in activity. Learning new skills is such fun! Our favorite handout, the illustrated New Skill Chart, provides a visual explanation of the skills presented in class. Sign up to join in on the fun! Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shorts, T-shirt or leotard. **Parents/guardians are required to stay on premises for the duration of the class. Thank you for your cooperation!" Gymnasts receive instruction on the events of Tumbling, Vaulting and Low Beam. Physical challenges are presented in the form of progressions. Target Skills are broken down into manageable drills with the resultant effect of many moments of mini successes. Our gymnasts experience increased flexibility, muscular strength development, and improved agility. Self-confidence is a wonderful by product of classes. "I can do it!" is a common student statement. FItness components are included in the curriculum in a very fun fashion through cooperative games and props. Get a great start in gymnastics sign up today! Loose fitting comfortable clothing is recommended; shorts, t-shirt or leotard." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." Take your cheer and pom skills to the next level. Time to learn those vital acrobatic skills that set your routine apart from the others! Jumps, turns and tumbling skills are practiced on tumbling mats. Special skill-builder mats are utilized to increase the student's confidence. Spoting is provided but is minimized through progressive introduction of key components to Target Sills. L-E-T-S G-O! Sign up to day. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." Take your cheer and pom skills to the next level. Time to learn those vital acrobatic skills that set your routine apart from the others! Jumps, turns and tumbling skills are practiced on tumbling mats. Special skill-builder mats are utilized to increase the student's confidence. Spoting is provided but is minimized through progressive introduction of key components to Target Sills. L-E-T-S G-O! Sign up to day. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." Learning basic English (for non English speakers only)." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." This class is for 6yrs and up. The class will teach the fundamentals of playing chess, terminology, and the strategy behind the game." Learning basic English (for Non-English Speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only)." Learning basic English (for Non-English speakers only).

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013 @ 5:30 PM (MST)
6501 W. Virginia Ave. PhoenixAZ  85035
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