Round Rock Course Descriptions

Below are the detailed course descriptions for the 2022-2023 school year! Please contact us if you have further questions! All classes, except for Pre-K, can be taken a la carte or half/full days. Pre-K can be half or full days! To see the daily schedules, go here!

SpanishHola! Bienvenidos a la clase de Español.
Hello! Welcome to the Spanish class! Beginning students will work on reading, writing and speaking, similar to how they learn how to read, write, and speak their first language. Returning students will strengthen their speaking with repetition on vocabulary and phrases as well as with songs and fun games. We will be using the Sonrisas curriculum and other Spanish books according to each grade level.
Students will explore Mexico, Central America and the culture of Spanish speakers as it is an important part of learning Spanish. 
Mrs. Lomas
P.E.This year’s fitness class at the Round Rock campus will focus on “functional training” as well as the basic fundamental gross and fine motor skills needed for physical and mental development. Some other tasks that will be emphasized include sportsmanship, teamwork and cooperation to create a better understanding of integrity. All of these will be implemented toward building your student’s character, strength and coordination for everyday life activities. As fun “functional” fitness increases this year, so will the understanding of health-related vs. skill related fitness; overall, training for lifetime skills.
MusicStudents will learn to appreciate many aspects of music. The focus of our weekly class will include meeting a new instrument, stories and details of influential composers, and learning new music terms and symbols. As the weeks go by, we will add the composers to a music history timeline. Below you can find a detailed music schedule for the Fall.

K-2 will not need to rent or purchase an instrument
3rd-6th graders returning or new students who wish to play the violin will need to purchase or rent one, in addition to a music book (see supply list). Instruments are not mandatory.
Mrs. Alupoaicei
ArtThe greatest artist painted His love for us in the stories of His creation and then had it documented in the BIble so that we would know Him!!
This year we will learn the Father’s heart for us as we journey through the word of God and create art that demonstrates His love for us.  Every story we will study will be taught through the perspective that God is good and for us.  The art projects will be a representation of the goodness of God. Whether it be painting, sculpting, or stained glass windows, the student will know the biblical foundation and reflect it in their art piece.  By the end of the year, each student will have a portfolio of their artwork.  The students will have their own personal remembrance stones of the Father’s heart towards them through their own creativity! 
Mrs. Gonzalez
ScienceIn science, students will be studying life in the ocean. This huge body of saltwater covers about two-thirds of our planet’s surface and contains so many different marine ecosystems. Life within the ocean is more diverse than life on land! Your students will learn how God’s creation of the ocean allows so many mammals, fish, plants, and biological habitats to thrive! Students will learn the principles, concepts and facts about the nature of the sea and its inhabitants. Let’s dive deep into the ocean that God created so wonderfully this year! Mrs. Nikel
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