Advanced Writers' Club--7th-12th grade, SUMMER, $275, 85 minutes
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About the event
This class meets once a week on Tuesdays for 8 weeks at the same day/time each week . Instead of the summer slide, your students will SOAR into the next grade with more advanced writing skills. Advanced Writers' Club - Is your child ready to advance his or her writing skills to the high school and collegiate level? This class uses fun activities and hands-on practice for older students to understand the writing process. Students will learn brainstorming strategies for essay and research ideas, planning strategies for paragraph and overall essay organization, and proofreading and editing strategies to construct effective introductions, thesis statements, and conclusions. In addition, students will learn advanced sentence structure and gain a more sophisticated vocabulary for formal academic writing. Your child will gain the confidence he or she needs to tackle higher-level writing and prepare for the rigors of the academic writing world they will encounter in high school and college.
Total cost includes payment for the class, materials fee, facility rental fee, and registration. We are a LLC, have filings with the state, and carry insurance. The payment is due upon registration. Since we secure staff, rent classroom space, and prepare materials based on the amount of students registered, no refunds will be given for students who drop the class. You are welcome to see if you can find a replacement to take your child's place and you can collect the payment for the sessions. Make-up sessions are not offered for missed sessions. The teacher might provide make-up work, but we will not be able to reschedule summer sessions due to classroom availability and other teaching commitments. Encompass Academics will monitor the safety guidelines set out by the governor and will follow thorough health and safety guidelines which include disinfecting between classes, liberal use of hand sanitizer, adherence to a strict no sick policy, and keeping class size small to prohbit children from being exposed to larger groups.