Wish you could cook a favorite dish? Want to learn to prepare a new food? Think cooking as well as mom or grandma is unachievable?
If so, this class will show you the basics and more!
Certified Chef Teresa Martin (Art Institute of Atlanta, 2003), wants to take the fear out of cooking and educate you in healthy options.
What do you get when you cross an SLP with a class of homeschooled preschoolers?
A lot of BookTalk, to be sure.
And a lot of fun!
Speech-language pathologist Nicole Brangwin, homeschooling mom and instructor of Summit T-38's BookTalk classes, implements curriculum and language building activities to build an early foundation for language and literacy.
Whether for ministry, culture, business, or academics, the importance of learning a foreign language cannot be stressed enough!
And teaching it yourself may be a daunting task.
Did you know EVERY Summit campus offers at least one foreign language? And classes can be found for preschool through high school!
Here are some campus offerings:
In this modern age of computers, technology, and Common Core, many believe cursive handwriting is obsolete and unnecessary.
They argue keyboarding is “the new handwriting” — the skill our children need to succeed in the 21st century workplace.
Sounds convincing... but research in psychology, neuroscience, and education has proven many developmental advantages of cursive handwriting over keyboarding and even over print writing.
Here are 6 benefits of cursive handwriting:
What do you call a new class that's not really a new class?
Why, Junior Leadership, of course!
There are already eight Junior Leadership programs in Gwinnett County Public Schools, but this will be the first one offered at Summit Academy. For boys and girls, 6th grade and older, this is an opportunity to learn important life skills: