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  • 7th Grade Jumpstart Transition Camp July (11:00 AM)

    Jumpstart is a two-day camp focused on making the transition from elementary to middle school as positive, exciting, and productive as possible. The camp will teach students organization techniques, study skills, and effective technology use as well as help them to identify disrespectful/inappropriate behavior, handle difficult situations, and cope with stress. Additionally, they will learn the layout of the middle school campus, how to read their schedules, and what to expect on a typical middle school day. Ideally, each student will come away from this camp with the skills and ability to choose a leadership role in maintaining an excellent learning environment at their school.
  • 7th Grade Jumpstart Transition Camp July (8:00 AM)

    Jumpstart is a two-day camp focused on making the transition from elementary to middle school as positive, exciting, and productive as possible. The camp will teach students organization techniques, study skills, and effective technology use as well as help them to identify disrespectful/inappropriate behavior, handle difficult situations, and cope with stress. Additionally, they will learn the layout of the middle school campus, how to read their schedules, and what to expect on a typical middle school day. Ideally, each student will come away from this camp with the skills and ability to choose a leadership role in maintaining an excellent learning environment at their school.
  • CPR & First Aid Certification (PUBLIC ONLY)

    Course Content for CPR – Good Samaritan Law, complications of CPR, stroke, heart attack, CPR barriers, choking, AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and CPR for the adult, child and infant. Each students will be required to practice hands-on CPR skills in this course. Course Content for First Aid – Using of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), shock, bleeding, diabetes, asthma, anaphylaxis, seizures, internal and external injuries, burns, poisoning, bites and stings, heat emergencies and cold emergencies. Once the student completes the course, he/she will receive their certification card. Duration - Approximately 4 Hours Instructor: Heart Savers Inc.
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    Cross-Country Off Season June/July (Grade 8-12)

    Summer off-season training program for high school aged athletes interested in joining the 2022 CSHS cross-country team. This program will follow a training progression of running and strength training to prepare athletes for the upcoming season.
  • Driving MBA - Online Permit Prep Class (Available 6/1-7/31)

    DrivingMBA’s Online Permit Prep Course is an interactive overview of information found in the Arizona Driver’s License manual. This course is designed to review information necessary to understanding the rules of the road for the state of Arizona. The goal is to help students gain an understanding of these rules, how they apply to practical driving, and what information or questions would be found on the permit test. The class is broken down into different levels and missions to make it easier to manage studying with a variety of schedules. The whole course takes approximately 3 hours but can be completed at a student’s chosen pace. It can be stopped and started, and missions can be repeated as desired. Each mission includes visual demonstrations or images, along with a verbal explanation to help a wide range of learners understand the importance and meaning of different road rules. All students are able to interact with the course administrator, who is an experienced and fully MVD Certified Trainer with DrivingMBA. If a student has questions or needs clarification on concepts, they are able to reach out to the trainer throughout the program and get feedback or clarification directly. Students take small quizzes throughout the course with questions similar to what they will find with the MVD’s permit test, which can help them prepare for the actual permit test. To receive access to the Online Drivers Permit Test Prep class, please call MBA Driving at: (480) 948-1648. If you get voicemail, leave a message at Ext.100.
  • High School Performing Arts Workshop (Fine Arts Center)

    This is a workshop not to miss. We encourage high school students interested in stretching their wings as an actor or dancer to join the cast and crew of the 2022 ECS Summer Performing Arts Workshop. Theater students will collaborate to create an interpretive theatrical production. Theater students will develop their acting methods, physicality, vocality as well as a character’s inherent mentality, all of which will create authentic and believable characters. This showcase will be the first weekend school is back in session, August 5th & 6th. This production will be one ‘not to miss’ for friends, family or any performing arts enthusiast in the community! Auditions are required for participation in this High School Performing Arts Theater Workshop! Dates and times will be announced in May. Registrations are required to audition. The link for registration will be available the first week of April. Auditions information will be announced in the registration notes. Cast will be notified after auditions. Students who are not cast in the production will receive a full refund. Tickets will be available for sale to the public, $15/each. Each student registered for this course will receive 26 tickets after their registration payment and casting has been confirmed. These tickets can be given away or resold at $15 each to recoup the cost of the workshop. Instructor: Andrew Cupo Rehearsal Hours: First two weeks July 11-22, 9am-1pm Second two weeks July25-August 4, 3:30-7:30pm Performance dates: 8/5, 8/6 Performance time for each date: 7pm
  • Incoming Stinger Success Program (Grade 6)

    (This class is not full yet. Please add your child to the waitlist and they will be moved to the confirmed enrollment at no charge.) This class is designed to help your child become better organized and develop the needed study skills to be successful while entering middle school. The focus of this class will be using effective time management skills, using an agenda, prioritizing assignments, and using technology to access teacher websites, reliable resources, and computer programs in the Google suite. Other areas covered are Cornell note taking strategies, completing a learning style and study skills assessment, developing strategies and techniques for test preparation and much more. Students will need to bring a pencil/pen and a notebook to take notes.
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  • Math Success Program: 10:40 AM-12:10 PM (Grade 7)

    This class will prepare students for 8th-grade math. Some of the math concepts covered include integer and rational number operations, expressions and equations, ratios and proportions, probability, linear equations, and various geometry concepts. Students will need to bring a pencil and an 80-page spiral notebook. The classes listed below are the same, so register for the one that best fits your schedule.Instructor: Lane Elletson
  • Math Success Program: 9:00-10:30 AM (Grade 7)

    This class will prepare students for 8th-grade math. Some of the math concepts covered include integer and rational number operations, expressions and equations, ratios and proportions, probability, linear equations, and various geometry concepts. Students will need to bring a pencil and an 80-page spiral notebook. The classes listed below are the same, so register for the one that best fits your schedule.Instructor: Lane Elletson
  • Medical Career Exploration (Grade 6-7) STMS

    Interested in a medical-based career in nursing, sports medicine, physical therapy, medical doctor, medical technician, paramedic, or similar? This is a fun interactive course that provides insight into the day-to-day responsibilities of a medical professional. Activities include a career-based survey, basic First Aid and CPR, using a stethoscope, taking blood pressure, exploring phlebotomy, basic anatomy, dangers of drugs/alcohol, and research on disease causes, symptoms, effects, treatments, and cures. Instructor: Thomas Hussey, STMS SciTech Teacher, Certified Paramedic, US Coast Guard for 15 years
  • Sign Language for Kids with Megan Nelson (July 11-22) Grade 6-9 (10:40 AM)

    Did you know that not only is American Sign Language growing in popularity as a foreign language in high schools and colleges, but it helps brain development, increases diversity and cultural awareness and is a beautiful language you can use all the time! Join us in this class as we learn basic signs and beginner conversation. Instructor: Megan Nelson
  • Sign Language for Kids with Megan Nelson (July 11-22) Grade 6-9 (9:00 AM)

    Did you know that not only is American Sign Language growing in popularity as a foreign language in high schools and colleges, but it helps brain development, increases diversity and cultural awareness and is a beautiful language you can use all the time! Join us in this class as we learn basic signs and beginner conversation. Instructor: Megan Nelson
  • Stinger and Beyond Study Skills Success Program (Grades 7-8)

    (This class is not full yet. Please add your child to the waitlist and they will be moved to the confirmed enrollment at no charge.) This class is designed to help a student become better organized and develop the needed study skills to be successful while continuing in middle school or entering high school. The focus of this class will be taking class notes, preparing for exams, test taking skills, preparing for essay exams and managing study time at home and at school. Other areas covered are using Annotation text materials to increase reading and comprehension skills, organizing class work, learning SQ4R reading strategies, completing a learning style and study skill assessment as a means of effectively assessing individual learning styles, learning how to use technology to do reliable research and much more. Students will need to bring pencil or pen and paper to take notes.