Library & Enrichments
Meet our new Media Specialist, Mrs. Cepero Chang!
Library Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
My name is Mrs. Cepero-Chang and I cannot wait to help you discover the magic in our school library!
Elementary Enrichment Overview
3K – 5K Spanish & Music
The Elementary Spanish and Music Department is a class designed to teach the students a new language in a fun and entertaining environment. The playgroups are structured to encourage children to play games and sing songs familiar to them, thereby enjoying the learning process. When learning is combined with social stimulation, it is challenging and fun.
Art assists in the development of a child’s emotional and intellectual growth through sensory experiences that promote creativity, imagination, and artistic expression. Each learning experience includes both a process and a product. The elementary art curriculum includes a sequential learning process exposing children to a variety of techniques, skills, and concepts. The visual art curriculum allows the teacher to guide children through hands-on activities that integrate art history in both past and present cultures.
The elementary computer program serves as a tool to teach students in the fundamentals of computer technology, ensuring a proficiency in the computer skills necessary to excel in our technology-based society. We use technology’s power to improve the learning process for students. We guide students in developing the ability to make use of the Internet and multimedia technology to increase critical literacy skills and essential knowledge.
God desires that people from all languages become a part of His Kingdom (Rev. 5:9). The elementary Spanish Department consists of a Native speakers class and a Non-Native speakers class. Both classes offer small class sizes which leads to more individualized instruction. We are excited to have a brand new Spanish Curriculum called “Muy Bien”. The teachers use puppets, dramatizations and song to encourage class participation and to enhance the curriculum. The Spanish teachers also use “Passaporte al Español”, which has a pervasively Christian content. This curriculum invites children to enjoy the rewards of learning a foreign language and fosters Christian growth.