Saturday Classes for Young People Fall 2020 Registration


Choose one or more classes from the time-slots below.



9:00am and 9:30am Classes:
10:30am Classes:
11:05am Classes:



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PROSF: Processing Fee for Gifted Program
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Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0000: Test Course
Test Course for GL Budget Code - 650 Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People discount program. When checking out, enter one of the following program codes if you are eligible: YOUTH-A: If parent is Hofstra Alumnus and/or Hofstra full time staff, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-E: If parent is Hofstra full time employee, each student registered will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled. YOUTH-M: Students who register for more than 1 course, or siblings who register for classes in the same semester, will receive a $20.00 discount on each course in which student is enrolled.
Y0001: Precollegiate Open House
Can’t decide what to do on your summer break? Consider Hofstra Continuing Education’s exciting and distinctive precollegiate programs. Make the most of your summer as you gain knowledge and skills, make new friends from throughout Long Island, and get a taste of college life. We invite teens to explore a variety of exciting career options. These life-defining experiences will help teens explore their passions while learning solid foundations and skills Summary of Program Categories Aviation Academy Business and Law Comedy Improv Culinary Arts Health Professions Languages Photography, Graphic Design, Video Production Sports Journalism STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Test Prep Veterinary Skills Writing Register on-site and receive registration tuition discount. For further information, contact Melisa Gibson at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0005: Youth Private Tutoring
Y0005: Youth Private Tutoring
Y0005: Youth Private Tutoring
Y0005: Youth Private Tutoring
Y0005: Youth Private Tutoring
Y0005: Youth Private Tutoring
Y0006: Nassau County Grant
Y0006: Nassau County Grant
Y0100: S.P.A. Club: Saturday Parent Advisory Club
S.P.A. Club: Saturday Parent Advisory Club
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0100: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to learn python programming and basics of web development using the Raspberry Pi computer. Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0101: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming and databases. Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology and learn how to set up their own web servers. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Recommended: Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0101: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming and databases. Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology and learn how to set up their own web servers. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Recommended: Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0102: STEM/STEAM: Raspberry Pi DIY: Grades 6-10 - Spring Break Program
Do you enjoy building and working with electronics and computers? This course focuses on hands-on projects where students construct a number of gadgets using the newest Raspberry Pi. This low cost, credit-card sized computer is revolutionizing the programming world! It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore pc hardware and software, all while learning how to integrate the two in a fun and exciting way. In this course we will be using the Raspberry Pi to interact with the outside world and use it in a wide array of digital maker projects. Examples of projects that have been done include creating your own internet radio, a private VPN router, and a home arcade system! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, or Linux. Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0102: STEM/STEAM: Raspberry Pi DIY: Grades 6-10 - Spring Break Program
Do you enjoy building and working with electronics and computers? This course focuses on hands-on projects where students construct a number of gadgets using the newest Raspberry Pi. This low cost, credit-card sized computer is revolutionizing the programming world! It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore pc hardware and software, all while learning how to integrate the two in a fun and exciting way. In this course we will be using the Raspberry Pi to interact with the outside world and use it in a wide array of digital maker projects. Examples of projects that have been done include creating your own internet radio, a private VPN router, and a home arcade system! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, or Linux. Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0103: STEM/STEAM: Raspberry Pi DIY: Grades 6-8
Do you enjoy building and working with electronics and computers? This course focuses on hands-on projects where students construct a number of gadgets using the newest Raspberry Pi. This low cost, credit-card sized computer is revolutionizing the programming world! It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore pc hardware and software, all while learning how to integrate the two in a fun and exciting way. In this course we will be using the Raspberry Pi to interact with the outside world and use it in a wide array of digital maker projects. Examples of projects that have been done include creating your own internet radio, a private VPN router, and a home arcade system! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, or Linux. Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0104: STEM/STEAM: Raspberry Pi DIY: Grades 9-12
Do you enjoy building and working with electronics and computers? This course focuses on hands-on projects where students construct a number of gadgets using the newest Raspberry Pi. This low cost, credit-card sized computer is revolutionizing the programming world! It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore pc hardware and software, all while learning how to integrate the two in a fun and exciting way. In this course we will be using the Raspberry Pi to interact with the outside world and use it in a wide array of digital maker projects. Examples of projects that have been done include creating your own internet radio, a private VPN router, and a home arcade system! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, or Linux. Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0105: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
Exploring a Data Filled World - An Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi. This course is designed for students to learn how to work with data and introduces databases at a beginner level using the Raspberry Pi computer. Databases are a core piece of technology that are used in nearly every form of technology we use today. Students will gain a great understanding of the basics and learn how this technology can be used hand-in-hand with websites and mobile applications. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0105: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
Exploring a Data Filled World - An Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi. This course is designed for students to learn how to work with data and introduces databases at a beginner level using the Raspberry Pi computer. Databases are a core piece of technology that are used in nearly every form of technology we use today. Students will gain a great understanding of the basics and learn how this technology can be used hand-in-hand with websites and mobile applications. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0105: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
Exploring a Data Filled World - An Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi. This course is designed for students to learn how to work with data and introduces databases at a beginner level using the Raspberry Pi computer. Databases are a core piece of technology that are used in nearly every form of technology we use today. Students will gain a great understanding of the basics and learn how this technology can be used hand-in-hand with websites and mobile applications. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0105: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi: Grades 6-10
Exploring a Data Filled World - An Introduction to Databases & MySQL Using the Raspberry Pi. This course is designed for students to learn how to work with data and introduces databases at a beginner level using the Raspberry Pi computer. Databases are a core piece of technology that are used in nearly every form of technology we use today. Students will gain a great understanding of the basics and learn how this technology can be used hand-in-hand with websites and mobile applications. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Students will receive a full Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card during the first class session. Students will be expected to bring to each class their Raspberry Pi Unit with SD memory card. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0106: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 5-8
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0107: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Software Development - Python: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming your own software to help with common tasks, homework, and to build your own games. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0108: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Software Development - Python: Grades 5-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed for students to expand upon their prior knowledge of Python programming Students will use this knowledge to join different forms of technology including basic files and databases. Students will also begin to develop an understanding of Object Oriented Programming, a modern approach to software development that will continue to grow in use for the coming years. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. Prior knowledge and development of Python, Java, or C++ programming languages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0109: STEAM: Coding a Weather Balloon: Grades 6-10
What can be more exciting than near-space exploration? During this STEAM project based learning course a weather balloon will be used to lift a specially designed payload package that is composed of HD cameras, GPS tracking devices, and other science equipment into the stratosphere. The young scientific engineers experience real-world stem project with all the design challenges and failures along the way. These young scientific engineers will work as a team to understand the science behind the balloon launch, design and build a scientific payload, select the launch site using predictive modeling and weather conditions, launch the balloon, and analyze the collected data combining all the attributes of STEM!
Y0110: STEM/STEAM: Augmented Reality and Computer Vision: Grades 7-12
Augmented Reality (AR) has many applications, ranging from learning software to mobile games. In this class, students will create a digital manipulation of the real world and other AR experiences using Android SDK. Gaining a greater understanding of object-oriented programming, students will utilize an API to interact with a camera, be exposed to location-based programming, as well as learn the algorithms needed for image recognition and object detection. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0110: STEM/STEAM: Augmented Reality and Computer Vision: Grades 7-12
Augmented Reality (AR) has many applications, ranging from learning software to mobile games. In this class, students will create a digital manipulation of the real world and other AR experiences using Android SDK. Gaining a greater understanding of object-oriented programming, students will utilize an API to interact with a camera, be exposed to location-based programming, as well as learn the algorithms needed for image recognition and object detection. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0110: STEM/STEAM: Augmented Reality and Computer Vision: Grades 7-12
Augmented Reality (AR) has many applications, ranging from learning software to mobile games. In this class, students will create a digital manipulation of the real world and other AR experiences using Android SDK. Gaining a greater understanding of object-oriented programming, students will utilize an API to interact with a camera, be exposed to location-based programming, as well as learn the algorithms needed for image recognition and object detection. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0110: STEM/STEAM: Augmented Reality and Computer Vision: Grades 7-12
Augmented Reality (AR) has many applications, ranging from learning software to mobile games. In this class, students will create a digital manipulation of the real world and other AR experiences using Android SDK. Gaining a greater understanding of object-oriented programming, students will utilize an API to interact with a camera, be exposed to location-based programming, as well as learn the algorithms needed for image recognition and object detection. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0111: STEM/STEAM: Augmented Reality and Computer Vision: Grades 5-8
Augmented Reality (AR) has many applications, ranging from learning software to mobile games. In this class, students will create a digital manipulation of the real world and other AR experiences using Android SDK. Gaining a greater understanding of object-oriented programming, students will utilize an API to interact with a camera, be exposed to location-based programming, as well as learn the algorithms needed for image recognition and object detection. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0112: STEM/STEAM: Augmented Reality and Computer Vision: Grades 9-12
Augmented Reality (AR) has many applications, ranging from learning software to mobile games. In this class, students will create a digital manipulation of the real world and other AR experiences using Android SDK. Gaining a greater understanding of object-oriented programming, students will utilize an API to interact with a camera, be exposed to location-based programming, as well as learn the algorithms needed for image recognition and object detection. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0113: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to the Internet of Things (IoT)- Node.js/Hardware: Grades 5-8
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0114: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to the Internet of Things (IoT)- Node.js/Hardware: Grades 9-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0115: STEM/STEAM: Internet of Hardware Hacks: IoT: Grades 7-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0115: STEM/STEAM: Internet of Hardware Hacks: IoT: Grades 7-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0115: STEM/STEAM: Internet of Hardware Hacks: IoT: Grades 7-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0115: STEM/STEAM: Internet of Hardware Hacks: IoT: Grades 7-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0115: STEM/STEAM: Internet of Hardware Hacks: IoT: Grades 7-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0115: STEM/STEAM: Internet of Hardware Hacks: IoT: Grades 7-12
In this class, students will take the first step into programming smarter devices. Students also begin to develop a greater understanding of the inter-networking of physical and virtual devices, including toys, cars, homes and "smart devices". Using Arduino, Photon, and JavaScript students will build the structures and framework to create smaller scale automation through the internet. Students will use tools such as the micro-controller (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). The Arduino platform has become quite popular with people just starting out with electronics, and for good reason. These small pieces of computer hardware and software are designed for artists, designers, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can interact with buttons, LEDs, motors, speakers, GPS units, cameras, the internet, and even your smart-phone or even your TV! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0118: STEM/STEAM: Drone Programming: Grades 7-12
Take flight with our brand new course offering! Drones offer an astonishing new aerial perspective with countless applications that cut across disciplines, including science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as well as film, media, and journalism. Throughout this class you will learn how to code while programming intense, aerobatic maneuvers. During our “Flight School” we will write code and ultimately learn how to control your drone directly from a web browser! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0118: STEM/STEAM: Drone Programming: Grades 7-12
Take flight with our brand new course offering! Drones offer an astonishing new aerial perspective with countless applications that cut across disciplines, including science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as well as film, media, and journalism. Throughout this class you will learn how to code while programming intense, aerobatic maneuvers. During our “Flight School” we will write code and ultimately learn how to control your drone directly from a web browser! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0118: STEM/STEAM: Drone Programming: Grades 7-12
Take flight with our brand new course offering! Drones offer an astonishing new aerial perspective with countless applications that cut across disciplines, including science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as well as film, media, and journalism. Throughout this class you will learn how to code while programming intense, aerobatic maneuvers. During our “Flight School” we will write code and ultimately learn how to control your drone directly from a web browser! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0119: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 5-10
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0119: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 5-10
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0119: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 5-10
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0119: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 5-10
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0119: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 5-10
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0120: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 9-12
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0120: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 9-12
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0120: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 9-12
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0120: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Mobile App Development: Grades 9-12
This course will bring students into the world of mobile application development. As Android usage continues to grow leaps and bounds, both across smartphones and other devices, it is quickly becoming the go to operating system for computers. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, philosophies, and configurations that are at the base of all Android development. They’ll understand the challenges that accompany software development for the mobile environment. By applying practical solutions and programming logic your student will build a terrific mobile application experience for their Android users. The skills students will learn in this course will help them build amazing apps for smartphones and tablets and boost them towards exhilarating new opportunities in the future! Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0121: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming - Java: Grades 5-8
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0121: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming - Java: Grades 5-8
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0121: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming - Java: Grades 5-8
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0121: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming: Grades 6-8
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0122: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming - Java: Grades 9-12
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0122: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming - Java: Grades 9-12
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0122: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming - Java: Grades 9-12
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0122: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming: Grades 9-12
This course will concentrate on a programming style known as Object Orient Programming where everything is an object. Students will build a number of different programs using the widely known programming language Java! Java is a key programming language for students looking to progress towards Mobile App. Development. In addition, OOP helps to promote systematic and critical thinking while providing comprehensive solutions to real world issues. The material covered in this course will provide the key building blocks for students to continue coding! Prerequisites: Required: Computer programming experience in Python, Java, C++, or C#. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0129: YouTube Studio Private Training
Y0129: YouTube Studio Private Training
Y0130: STEM/STEAM: Database - Exploring a Data Filled World: Grades 6-8
This course is designed for students to learn how to work with data and introduces databases at a beginner. Databases are a core piece of technology that are used in nearly every form of technology we use today. Students will learn how to manipulate data, gain a great understanding of the basics, and learn how this technology can be used hand-in-hand with websites and mobile applications. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0131: STEM/STEAM: Database - Exploring a Data Filled World: Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students to learn how to work with data and introduces databases at a beginner. Databases are a core piece of technology that are used in nearly every form of technology we use today. Students will learn how to manipulate data, gain a great understanding of the basics, and learn how this technology can be used hand-in-hand with websites and mobile applications. Prerequisites: Required: Introduction to Web Programming & Python Using the Raspberry Pi Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0135: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 5-8
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0136: STEM/STEAM: Build Your Website: HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3- Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students looking to dive into the realm of World Wide Web. Using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS; students will construct interactive web pages. In addition, students will be exposed to tools and concepts such as Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, and the full life cycle of web development. Students of all different interests will benefit greatly as technical students and visually creative students work together on projects that help them build communication and collaborative skills, all while each student doing what he/she loves most. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course Prerequisites: Suggested: Introduction to Coding: Python course Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as notebook to class. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0137: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Website Development - HTML 5 / CSS 3: Grades 5-12
Do you want to learn how to boost your own web pages? This course will teach students how to bring their website skills to the next level and display them with a customized flare! Students will learn how to add new functionality to their web pages while making them look even more professional. Using the newly revised HTML5 language students will build the structures and framework to hold and display content. CSS3 is the latest version of Cascading Style Sheets, which allows users to style their webpage with their own creative flair. By learning these highly structured languages students will have the ability to present their web page content in incredible ways! Student should have prior knowledge and development of web pages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0137: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Website Development - HTML 5 / CSS 3: Grades 5-12
Do you want to learn how to boost your own web pages? This course will teach students how to bring their website skills to the next level and display them with a customized flare! Students will learn how to add new functionality to their web pages while making them look even more professional. Using the newly revised HTML5 language students will build the structures and framework to hold and display content. CSS3 is the latest version of Cascading Style Sheets, which allows users to style their webpage with their own creative flair. By learning these highly structured languages students will have the ability to present their web page content in incredible ways! Student should have prior knowledge and development of web pages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0137: STEM/STEAM: Intermediate Website Development - HTML 5 / CSS 3: Grades 5-12
Do you want to learn how to boost your own web pages? This course will teach students how to bring their website skills to the next level and display them with a customized flare! Students will learn how to add new functionality to their web pages while making them look even more professional. Using the newly revised HTML5 language students will build the structures and framework to hold and display content. CSS3 is the latest version of Cascading Style Sheets, which allows users to style their webpage with their own creative flair. By learning these highly structured languages students will have the ability to present their web page content in incredible ways! Student should have prior knowledge and development of web pages. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Movement to/from another Saturday course not available with this course. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0140: STEM/STEAM: Scratch: Introduction to Coding: Grades 2-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Programming with Scratch offers students of all ages a fun and meaningful introduction to programming. Students learn to program games and activities by snapping together code blocks instead of writing many lines of code. Scratch's puzzle-like design prevents young coders from getting frustrated with errors related to abstract concepts such as programming synax and semantics. Furthermore, Scratch allows the students to learn programming in a hands-on environment in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in learning traditional programming languages such as Python, Java, C++ and many others. In class students will learn basic programming logic, improve math skills and create games and activities using Scratch. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map. This course has been approved by Girl Scouts of Nassau County. Please refer to Girl Scouts of Nassau County Possibilities Program and Event Guide for program/badge details. To register and receive the registration discount or for further information, contact Jessica Dease, Program Director at 516-463-7400 or email Jessica.Dease@hofstra.edu. Note: To receive tuition discounts must contact our office and provide your Girl Scout Troop number.
Y0142: STEM/STEAM: Code with Alice: Grades 2-4
Technology isn't going anywhere. Our youngest learners are growing up with it all around them. Learning the concepts behind software engineering can be a challenging task for many of our young learners but it is becoming a vital part of their education. Alice, inspired by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass makes the fundamentals or computer science fun and attainable. Research has shown that Alice has a measurable positive effect on performance and retention in computer science education. It has also been proven to improve up to a full letter grade outcomes in early computer science courses when implemented as a mediated transfer from Alice to Java. Let your child's imagination soar while effectively grasping skills paramount to their future. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0142: STEM/STEAM: Code with Alice: Grades 2-4
Technology isn't going anywhere. Our youngest learners are growing up with it all around them. Learning the concepts behind software engineering can be a challenging task for many of our young learners but it is becoming a vital part of their education. Alice, inspired by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass makes the fundamentals or computer science fun and attainable. Research has shown that Alice has a measurable positive effect on performance and retention in computer science education. It has also been proven to improve up to a full letter grade outcomes in early computer science courses when implemented as a mediated transfer from Alice to Java. Let your child's imagination soar while effectively grasping skills paramount to their future. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0145: STEM/STEAM: Enhanced Scripting - Javascript: Grades 5-8
This course will serve as a gateway to modern JavaScript, delving into it simplicity and complexity. Students will investigate both client-side and server-side (Node.js) programming as a crucial part of design process of making lively data-driven applications that live in different platforms. Students will also gain practical experience, building and deploying JavaScript applications using Cloud9, as well as the knowledge of different components and work stacks or frameworks that will quicken a process of code implementation. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0145: STEM/STEAM: Enhanced Scripting - Javascript: Grades 5-8
This course will serve as a gateway to modern JavaScript, delving into it simplicity and complexity. Students will investigate both client-side and server-side (Node.js) programming as a crucial part of design process of making lively data-driven applications that live in different platforms. Students will also gain practical experience, building and deploying JavaScript applications using Cloud9, as well as the knowledge of different components and work stacks or frameworks that will quicken a process of code implementation. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0146: STEM/STEAM: Enhanced Scripting - Javascript: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course will serve as a gateway to modern JavaScript, delving into it simplicity and complexity. Students will investigate both client-side and server-side (Node.js) programming as a crucial part of design process of making lively data-driven applications that live in different platforms. Students will also gain practical experience, building and deploying JavaScript applications using Cloud9, as well as the knowledge of different components and work stacks or frameworks that will quicken a process of code implementation. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0146: STEM/STEAM: Enhanced Scripting - Javascript: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course will serve as a gateway to modern JavaScript, delving into it simplicity and complexity. Students will investigate both client-side and server-side (Node.js) programming as a crucial part of design process of making lively data-driven applications that live in different platforms. Students will also gain practical experience, building and deploying JavaScript applications using Cloud9, as well as the knowledge of different components and work stacks or frameworks that will quicken a process of code implementation. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0146: STEM/STEAM: Enhanced Scripting - Javascript: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course will serve as a gateway to modern JavaScript, delving into it simplicity and complexity. Students will investigate both client-side and server-side (Node.js) programming as a crucial part of design process of making lively data-driven applications that live in different platforms. Students will also gain practical experience, building and deploying JavaScript applications using Cloud9, as well as the knowledge of different components and work stacks or frameworks that will quicken a process of code implementation. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0146: STEM/STEAM: Enhanced Scripting - Javascript: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course will serve as a gateway to modern JavaScript, delving into it simplicity and complexity. Students will investigate both client-side and server-side (Node.js) programming as a crucial part of design process of making lively data-driven applications that live in different platforms. Students will also gain practical experience, building and deploying JavaScript applications using Cloud9, as well as the knowledge of different components and work stacks or frameworks that will quicken a process of code implementation. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0148: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Programming: Python: Grades 6-8
This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0148: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Programming: Python: Grades 6-8
This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0149: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Programming: Python: Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0149: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Programming: Python: Grades 9-12
This course is designed for students to learn Python programming and basics of coding. Students will gain an understanding of what programming is, how to create, test, and build upon their own programs, and see how they can use coding to help them in everyday life! Python is widely used in industry by companies such as Google and is a great language to learn programming and developing web applications. No Prerequisites Required. Students are encouraged to bring a pen/pencil as well as a notebook to the program. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0150: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Coding, Website and App Development: Grades 6-8
Learn how to start building a website and more! In this introductory course, our young programmers will learn the fundamentals of coding using interactive software and participate in hands-on classroom exercises, by coding as we learn. From the first day of class the young programmers will be building and coding a website! After getting their feet wet we will start to uncover the fundamentals of programming in a collaborative environment as they start to learn how to build an app. Programming is a highly useful skill for him or her to learn as It teaches vital problem-solving, creativity, and communication skills. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0151: STEM/STEAM: Introduction to Coding, Website and App Development: Grades 9-12
Learn how to start building a website and more! In this introductory course, our young programmers will learn the fundamentals of coding using interactive software and participate in hands-on classroom exercises, by coding as we learn. From the first day of class the young programmers will be building and coding a website! After getting their feet wet we will start to uncover the fundamentals of programming in a collaborative environment as they start to learn how to build an app. Programming is a highly useful skill for him or her to learn as It teaches vital problem-solving, creativity, and communication skills. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0155: STEM/STEAM: Cyber Security: Grades 7-12
Students will be introduced to the field of Cyber Security by developing and analyzing the results of computer programs made for cyber operations. We will be discussing the theory of cryptographic techniques and real-world applications. The objective of this course is to teach fundamental concepts, architectures, and processes related to computer and network security that include the basic of cryptography, threat models, authentication and authorization, and intrusion detection.
Y0155: STEM/STEAM: Cyber Security: Grades 7-12
Students will be introduced to the field of Cyber Security by developing and analyzing the results of computer programs made for cyber operations. We will be discussing the theory of cryptographic techniques and real-world applications. The objective of this course is to teach fundamental concepts, architectures, and processes related to computer and network security that include the basic of cryptography, threat models, authentication and authorization, and intrusion detection.
Y0155: STEM/STEAM: Cyber Security: Grades 7-12
Students will be introduced to the field of Cyber Security by developing and analyzing the results of computer programs made for cyber operations. We will be discussing the theory of cryptographic techniques and real-world applications. The objective of this course is to teach fundamental concepts, architectures, and processes related to computer and network security that include the basic of cryptography, threat models, authentication and authorization, and intrusion detection.
Y0155: STEM/STEAM: Cyber Security: Grades 7-12
Students will be introduced to the field of Cyber Security by developing and analyzing the results of computer programs made for cyber operations. We will be discussing the theory of cryptographic techniques and real-world applications. The objective of this course is to teach fundamental concepts, architectures, and processes related to computer and network security that include the basic of cryptography, threat models, authentication and authorization, and intrusion detection.
Y0155: STEM/STEAM: Cyber Security: Grades 7-12
Students will be introduced to the field of Cyber Security by developing and analyzing the results of computer programs made for cyber operations. We will be discussing the theory of cryptographic techniques and real-world applications. The objective of this course is to teach fundamental concepts, architectures, and processes related to computer and network security that include the basic of cryptography, threat models, authentication and authorization, and intrusion detection.
Y0160: STEM/STEAM: Computer Science Overview: Grades 7-12
We aim to reinforce topics relevant to the AP Computer Science exam. Students tackle problem solving, design strategies and methodologies, organization of data (data structures), approaches to processing data (algorithms), analysis of potential solutions, and the ethical and social implications of computing. We emphasize object-oriented and imperative problem solving and design using the Java language. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0160: STEM/STEAM: Computer Science Overview: Grades 7-12
We aim to reinforce topics relevant to the AP Computer Science exam. Students tackle problem solving, design strategies and methodologies, organization of data (data structures), approaches to processing data (algorithms), analysis of potential solutions, and the ethical and social implications of computing. We emphasize object-oriented and imperative problem solving and design using the Java language. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0170: STEM/STEAM: Zoom In: Photography and Editing Basics: Grades 7-12
Whether your student is a casual Snapchatter or an Instagram influencer, this class will help them discover new ways to look at the world through lighting, composition, and camera control. All camera devices (smartphones, DSLR, and mirrorless) are welcome! Students learn to craft and fine-tune the story behind their images through Photoshop and Lightroom, and display their work through an online and physical portfolio. With the beautiful Hofstra campus as our backdrop, students will be inspired to create magical photos. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0170: STEM/STEAM: Zoom In: Photography and Editing Basics: Grades 7-12
Whether your student is a casual Snapchatter or an Instagram influencer, this class will help them discover new ways to look at the world through lighting, composition, and camera control. All camera devices (smartphones, DSLR, and mirrorless) are welcome! Students learn to craft and fine-tune the story behind their images through Photoshop and Lightroom, and display their work through an online and physical portfolio. With the beautiful Hofstra campus as our backdrop, students will be inspired to create magical photos. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0180: Coding Gadgets: Grades 9-12
Drones, AR on our iPhones, Cloud computing and Smart Devices. This three-day workshop brings it all together. We will build internet connected devices, race drones and learn how to use JavaScript to build Augmented Reality apps that we can access using our smart phones and more. We will come together and collectively learn how to use all this amazing technology around us. We will also discuss where technology is heading and how it affects our everyday lives. Sign up to enjoy this action packed coders dream. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0181: Cyber Security: Becoming a White Hat Hacker: Grades 9-12
Hackers are in high demand. As our digital footprint grows, companies need to stay on top of their security. Charlie Miller used his expertise to uncover a major bug in Apple's MacBook Air that could have caused some pretty severe issues for the company with user information from all over the world. An ethical hacker or white hat hacker is someone paid by businesses to find bugs in security systems by trying to hack into them. A career in pen-testing or red-teaming can be extremely lucrative. Being a white hat hacker involves a great deal of problem solving, as well as communication skills, a balance of intelligence and common sense, strong technical and organizational skills, impeccable judgement and the ability to remain cool under pressure. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0182: Artificial Intelligence: Grades 9-12
Humans are masters of adaptation. During our evolutionary journey, we constantly invented new tools to make our daily tasks and survival easier. AI is the next big innovation to change our lives forever. AI has heavily influenced different sectors that we may not recognize. Ray Kurzweil says “Many thousands of AI applications are deeply embedded in the infrastructure of every industry.” The primary goals of AI include deduction and reasoning, knowledge representation, planning, natural language processing (NLP), learning, perception, and the ability to manipulate and move objects. Long-term goals of AI research include achieving Creativity, Social Intelligence, and General (human level) Intelligence. There have been few technological inventions in human history evolved as quickly as Artificial Intelligence. This is thanks to its human-like ability to constantly learn and improve itself – autonomously. This process is called Machine Learning (ML) and it builds the backbone of Artificial Intelligence. Together we will discover how to program using techniques for deep learning and artificial intelligence. As a class we can build a sports talent scout app or a preventive care website, chat bots, or use our mobile camera to recognize objects. There are many applications that we can apply and build using artificial intelligence. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0183: The Coders Challenge: Grades 9-12
We all know what coding is. We all learned our basics of coding using python. Now it’s time to see what you can do. During this three-day event we will go over the basics to bring us all up to speed. Then we will have a series of programs to work through. We will work on teams as well as individually to figure out solutions using the programming knowledge we have. Finally, on our last day we will compete to see who can beat all the challenges. Whether you are seasoned coder or someone who is learning to code, this course will build your confidence while having a blast! Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0183: The Coders Challenge: Grades 9-12
We all know what coding is. We all learned our basics of coding using python. Now it’s time to see what you can do. During this three-day event we will go over the basics to bring us all up to speed. Then we will have a series of programs to work through. We will work on teams as well as individually to figure out solutions using the programming knowledge we have. Finally, on our last day we will compete to see who can beat all the challenges. Whether you are seasoned coder or someone who is learning to code, this course will build your confidence while having a blast! Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0184: STEM/STEAM: Digitize Your Dream- Getting Started: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Bringing your ideas to life is beyond exciting! It's also a huge challenge! Whether it be creating an online sneaker-head store, lifestyle blog, or community-based endeavor; you will learn both the technical and cognitive steps to do so. Students will explore concepts such as Design Thinking and methods including Journey Mapping, Paper Prototyping, and Continuous Delivery. Students will learn to leverage multiple web platforms as well as build out their own content on these platforms. Note - Students will create their own work in a development, non-public environment. This means they will be able to view their work, while keeping all content private from public viewing. Prerequisites: Each student will have her/his own workstation (desktop, laptop, chromebook) to work on with a working microphone and speakers. An email address the student can access and use to enroll on the web platforms that will be used.
Y0184: STEM/STEAM: Digitize Your Dream- Getting Started: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Bringing your ideas to life is beyond exciting! It's also a huge challenge! Whether it be creating an online sneaker-head store, lifestyle blog, or community-based endeavor; you will learn both the technical and cognitive steps to do so. Students will explore concepts such as Design Thinking and methods including Journey Mapping, Paper Prototyping, and Continuous Delivery. Students will learn to leverage multiple web platforms as well as build out their own content on these platforms. Note - Students will create their own work in a development, non-public environment. This means they will be able to view their work, while keeping all content private from public viewing. Prerequisites: Each student will have her/his own workstation (desktop, laptop, chromebook) to work on with a working microphone and speakers. An email address the student can access and use to enroll on the web platforms that will be used.
Y0185: STEM/STEAM: Web 3.0 - Developing in the Future: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. At first, we had Netscape, AOL, and Yahoo. Now we have Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Soon, we will have an entirely different environment on which the internet functions. Developing in the Future will focus on bringing students up to speed on the underlying technology advancements that have spurred the start of this digital future. Students will program to scrape and decipher webpages using Natural Language Processing, build their first blockchain-based program, and explore the fundamentals of Smart Contracts. Prerequisites: Experience programming in Python is REQUIRED Each student will have her/his own Windows or macOS workstation (desktop, laptop) to work on with a working microphone and speakers. Chromebooks are not suiteable. Student must have installed software (list and instructions will be provided 1 week prior to class start). An email address the student can access and use to enroll on the web platforms that will be used.
Y0185: STEM/STEAM: Web 3.0 - Developing in the Future: Grades 9-12
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. At first, we had Netscape, AOL, and Yahoo. Now we have Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Soon, we will have an entirely different environment on which the internet functions. Developing in the Future will focus on bringing students up to speed on the underlying technology advancements that have spurred the start of this digital future. Students will program to scrape and decipher webpages using Natural Language Processing, build their first blockchain-based program, and explore the fundamentals of Smart Contracts. Prerequisites: Experience programming in Python is REQUIRED Each student will have her/his own Windows or macOS workstation (desktop, laptop) to work on with a working microphone and speakers. Chromebooks are not suiteable. Student must have installed software (list and instructions will be provided 1 week prior to class start). An email address the student can access and use to enroll on the web platforms that will be used.
Y0200: Epidemiology: Learn How To Be A Disease Detective
This hands-on interactive workshop introduces students to the art and science of public health's oldest science: epidemiology. Students learn the tools and techniques of epidemiologists – disease detectives – as they investigate common infectious diseases, analyze lab tests, and learn about infectious disease transmission, prevention, and care/treatment. About the instructor: Dr. Anthony Santella is Director of Public Health programs at Hofstra. His expertise is in HIV/AIDS and sexual health. He earned a Doctor of Public Health from Tulane University and a Master of Public Health from Emory University Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0200: Epidemiology: Learn How To Be A Disease Detective
This hands-on interactive workshop introduces students to the art and science of public health's oldest science: epidemiology. Students learn the tools and techniques of epidemiologists – disease detectives – as they investigate common infectious diseases, analyze lab tests, and learn about infectious disease transmission, prevention, and care/treatment. About the instructor: Dr. Anthony Santella is Director of Public Health programs at Hofstra. His expertise is in HIV/AIDS and sexual health. He earned a Doctor of Public Health from Tulane University and a Master of Public Health from Emory University Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0201: Pre-Collegiate Legal Studies
This three-day workshop (three consecutive Saturdays) introduces students to the American legal system and the roles played by lawyers. Students learn about the Constitution, the courts, and the combatants from an experienced Hofstra law professor. We explore landmark cases as well as current issues in the news. Each day begins with a law school-style lecture, followed by handouts that challenge students to spot conflicts (known as “issues”) and possible solutions (known as “causes of action”). Students gain an understanding of both specific legal battles pending in the courts and the general goal of American legal education. Note: Students must bring lunch to class J. Scott Colesanti, LL.M., is a Professor of Legal Writing at Hofstra law school. He was the first law clerk to a Chief Hearing Officer of the New York Stock Exchange, and he subsequently served as the youngest Trial Counsel for the Exchange’s Division of Enforcement during his 10-year tenure there. Professor Colesanti has taught at the law school level for over 17 years and at Hofstra since 2002. In 2006, while serving as an adjunct, he was selected “Professor of the Year” by the Hofstra Law Review. Overall, he has developed and taught 10 courses and has had over 20 articles published by law reviews throughout the country. His writings are featured on the Social Science Research Network, where they have been downloaded close to 1,000 times. Professor Colesanti has handled appeals before the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the New York State Division of Human Rights. He regularly coaches high school mock trial teams. Professor Colesanti regularly lectures on the Financial Crisis and has lectured/taught abroad on securities law. He served on the editorial board of the Journal of Securities Law, Regulation and Compliance, and is a former contributing co-editor of the Business Law Professor Blog. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0201: Pre-Collegiate Legal Studies
This three-day workshop (three consecutive Saturdays) introduces students to the American legal system and the roles played by lawyers. Students learn about the Constitution, the courts, and the combatants from an experienced Hofstra law professor. We explore landmark cases as well as current issues in the news. Each day begins with a law school-style lecture, followed by handouts that challenge students to spot conflicts (known as “issues”) and possible solutions (known as “causes of action”). Students gain an understanding of both specific legal battles pending in the courts and the general goal of American legal education. Note: Students must bring lunch to class J. Scott Colesanti, LL.M., is a Professor of Legal Writing at Hofstra law school. He was the first law clerk to a Chief Hearing Officer of the New York Stock Exchange, and he subsequently served as the youngest Trial Counsel for the Exchange’s Division of Enforcement during his 10-year tenure there. Professor Colesanti has taught at the law school level for over 17 years and at Hofstra since 2002. In 2006, while serving as an adjunct, he was selected “Professor of the Year” by the Hofstra Law Review. Overall, he has developed and taught 10 courses and has had over 20 articles published by law reviews throughout the country. His writings are featured on the Social Science Research Network, where they have been downloaded close to 1,000 times. Professor Colesanti has handled appeals before the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the New York State Division of Human Rights. He regularly coaches high school mock trial teams. Professor Colesanti regularly lectures on the Financial Crisis and has lectured/taught abroad on securities law. He served on the editorial board of the Journal of Securities Law, Regulation and Compliance, and is a former contributing co-editor of the Business Law Professor Blog. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0201: Pre-Collegiate Legal Studies
This three-day workshop (three consecutive Saturdays) introduces students to the American legal system and the roles played by lawyers. Students learn about the Constitution, the courts, and the combatants from an experienced Hofstra law professor. We explore landmark cases as well as current issues in the news. Each day begins with a law school-style lecture, followed by handouts that challenge students to spot conflicts (known as “issues”) and possible solutions (known as “causes of action”). Students gain an understanding of both specific legal battles pending in the courts and the general goal of American legal education. Note: Students must bring lunch to class J. Scott Colesanti, LL.M., is a Professor of Legal Writing at Hofstra law school. He was the first law clerk to a Chief Hearing Officer of the New York Stock Exchange, and he subsequently served as the youngest Trial Counsel for the Exchange’s Division of Enforcement during his 10-year tenure there. Professor Colesanti has taught at the law school level for over 17 years and at Hofstra since 2002. In 2006, while serving as an adjunct, he was selected “Professor of the Year” by the Hofstra Law Review. Overall, he has developed and taught 10 courses and has had over 20 articles published by law reviews throughout the country. His writings are featured on the Social Science Research Network, where they have been downloaded close to 1,000 times. Professor Colesanti has handled appeals before the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the New York State Division of Human Rights. He regularly coaches high school mock trial teams. Professor Colesanti regularly lectures on the Financial Crisis and has lectured/taught abroad on securities law. He served on the editorial board of the Journal of Securities Law, Regulation and Compliance, and is a former contributing co-editor of the Business Law Professor Blog. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0201: Pre-Collegiate Legal Studies
This three-day workshop (three consecutive Saturdays) introduces students to the American legal system and the roles played by lawyers. Students learn about the Constitution, the courts, and the combatants from an experienced Hofstra law professor. We explore landmark cases as well as current issues in the news. Each day begins with a law school-style lecture, followed by handouts that challenge students to spot conflicts (known as “issues”) and possible solutions (known as “causes of action”). Students gain an understanding of both specific legal battles pending in the courts and the general goal of American legal education. Note: Students must bring lunch to class J. Scott Colesanti, LL.M., is a Professor of Legal Writing at Hofstra law school. He was the first law clerk to a Chief Hearing Officer of the New York Stock Exchange, and he subsequently served as the youngest Trial Counsel for the Exchange’s Division of Enforcement during his 10-year tenure there. Professor Colesanti has taught at the law school level for over 17 years and at Hofstra since 2002. In 2006, while serving as an adjunct, he was selected “Professor of the Year” by the Hofstra Law Review. Overall, he has developed and taught 10 courses and has had over 20 articles published by law reviews throughout the country. His writings are featured on the Social Science Research Network, where they have been downloaded close to 1,000 times. Professor Colesanti has handled appeals before the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the New York State Division of Human Rights. He regularly coaches high school mock trial teams. Professor Colesanti regularly lectures on the Financial Crisis and has lectured/taught abroad on securities law. He served on the editorial board of the Journal of Securities Law, Regulation and Compliance, and is a former contributing co-editor of the Business Law Professor Blog. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0202: Introduction To Meteorology: The Science Behind Your Weather App
Weather enthusiasts and amateur meteorologists are encouraged to spend a morning at Hofstra University learning about weather observation and forecasting. We tour the campus network of three weather stations to better understand how meteorological data is collected and analyzed. Using data from those stations, students learn how to define climate and its changes over time. Students also create their very own weather forecasts using weather station data and information from computer models. After taking this three-hour crash course, students are sure to have an increased understanding of the current weather conditions and forecasts which they regularly view on smartphone applications and other media platforms, as well as insight into the science behind climate change. Dr. Jase Bernhardt, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Environment and Sustainability, Hofstra University. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0202: Introduction To Meteorology: The Science Behind Your Weather App
Weather enthusiasts and amateur meteorologists are encouraged to spend a morning at Hofstra University learning about weather observation and forecasting. We tour the campus network of three weather stations to better understand how meteorological data is collected and analyzed. Using data from those stations, students learn how to define climate and its changes over time. Students also create their very own weather forecasts using weather station data and information from computer models. After taking this three-hour crash course, students are sure to have an increased understanding of the current weather conditions and forecasts which they regularly view on smartphone applications and other media platforms, as well as insight into the science behind climate change. Dr. Jase Bernhardt, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Environment and Sustainability, Hofstra University. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0202: Introduction To Meteorology: The Science Behind Your Weather App
Weather enthusiasts and amateur meteorologists are encouraged to spend a morning at Hofstra University learning about weather observation and forecasting. We tour the campus network of three weather stations to better understand how meteorological data is collected and analyzed. Using data from those stations, students learn how to define climate and its changes over time. Students also create their very own weather forecasts using weather station data and information from computer models. After taking this three-hour crash course, students are sure to have an increased understanding of the current weather conditions and forecasts which they regularly view on smartphone applications and other media platforms, as well as insight into the science behind climate change. Dr. Jase Bernhardt, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Environment and Sustainability, Hofstra University. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0202: Introduction To Meteorology: The Science Behind Your Weather App
Weather enthusiasts and amateur meteorologists are encouraged to spend a morning at Hofstra University learning about weather observation and forecasting. We tour the campus network of three weather stations to better understand how meteorological data is collected and analyzed. Using data from those stations, students learn how to define climate and its changes over time. Students also create their very own weather forecasts using weather station data and information from computer models. After taking this three-hour crash course, students are sure to have an increased understanding of the current weather conditions and forecasts which they regularly view on smartphone applications and other media platforms, as well as insight into the science behind climate change. Dr. Jase Bernhardt, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Environment and Sustainability, Hofstra University. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0202: Introduction To Meteorology: The Science Behind Your Weather App
Weather enthusiasts and amateur meteorologists are encouraged to spend a morning at Hofstra University learning about weather observation and forecasting. We tour the campus network of three weather stations to better understand how meteorological data is collected and analyzed. Using data from those stations, students learn how to define climate and its changes over time. Students also create their very own weather forecasts using weather station data and information from computer models. After taking this three-hour crash course, students are sure to have an increased understanding of the current weather conditions and forecasts which they regularly view on smartphone applications and other media platforms, as well as insight into the science behind climate change. Dr. Jase Bernhardt, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Environment and Sustainability, Hofstra University. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0203: College is NOT 13th Grade
Moving from high school to college is an exciting time filled with many challenges and opportunities. This workshop helps students understand what it takes to succeed as first-year college students: choosing courses, understanding professors’ expectations, managing time, dormitory living, and many other topics. Students learn how to make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and socially successful in a completely new environment. Applicable to commuting students as well as those living on campus, this course helps students make a smooth and successful transition to the first year of college.About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0203: College is NOT 13th Grade
Moving from high school to college is an exciting time filled with many challenges and opportunities. This workshop helps students understand what it takes to succeed as first-year college students: choosing courses, understanding professors’ expectations, managing time, dormitory living, and many other topics. Students learn how to make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and socially successful in a completely new environment. Applicable to commuting students as well as those living on campus, this course helps students make a smooth and successful transition to the first year of college.About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0203: College is NOT 13th Grade
Moving from high school to college is an exciting time filled with many challenges and opportunities. This workshop helps students understand what it takes to succeed as first-year college students: choosing courses, understanding professors’ expectations, managing time, dormitory living, and many other topics. Students learn how to make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and socially successful in a completely new environment. Applicable to commuting students as well as those living on campus, this course helps students make a smooth and successful transition to the first year of college.About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0203: College is NOT 13th Grade
Moving from high school to college is an exciting time filled with many challenges and opportunities. This workshop helps students understand what it takes to succeed as first-year college students: choosing courses, understanding professors’ expectations, managing time, dormitory living, and many other topics. Students learn how to make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and socially successful in a completely new environment. Applicable to commuting students as well as those living on campus, this course helps students make a smooth and successful transition to the first year of college.About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0203: College is NOT 13th Grade
Moving from high school to college is an exciting time filled with many challenges and opportunities. This workshop helps students understand what it takes to succeed as first-year college students: choosing courses, understanding professors’ expectations, managing time, dormitory living, and many other topics. Students learn how to make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and socially successful in a completely new environment. Applicable to commuting students as well as those living on campus, this course helps students make a smooth and successful transition to the first year of college.About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0203: College is NOT 13th Grade
Moving from high school to college is an exciting time filled with many challenges and opportunities. This workshop helps students understand what it takes to succeed as first-year college students: choosing courses, understanding professors’ expectations, managing time, dormitory living, and many other topics. Students learn how to make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and socially successful in a completely new environment. Applicable to commuting students as well as those living on campus, this course helps students make a smooth and successful transition to the first year of college.About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0204: High School to College: A Workshop for Parents
Whether a child is near or far from home, living on campus or commuting to a local college, taking the leap from high school to college is always a huge life transition – for the student and for parents. From helping your student choose the right school to finding the best major to understanding academic expectations to making the right social choices, there is plenty for parents to learn. For example, federal laws prohibit college faculty and administrators from communicating with parents, unless students give their parents and the University permission! This course is taught by a college professor and mother who has survived the many life changes that affect students, parents, and families when transitioning from high school to college. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0204: High School to College: A Workshop for Parents
Whether a child is near or far from home, living on campus or commuting to a local college, taking the leap from high school to college is always a huge life transition – for the student and for parents. From helping your student choose the right school to finding the best major to understanding academic expectations to making the right social choices, there is plenty for parents to learn. For example, federal laws prohibit college faculty and administrators from communicating with parents, unless students give their parents and the University permission! This course is taught by a college professor and mother who has survived the many life changes that affect students, parents, and families when transitioning from high school to college. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0204: High School to College: A Workshop for Parents
Whether a child is near or far from home, living on campus or commuting to a local college, taking the leap from high school to college is always a huge life transition – for the student and for parents. From helping your student choose the right school to finding the best major to understanding academic expectations to making the right social choices, there is plenty for parents to learn. For example, federal laws prohibit college faculty and administrators from communicating with parents, unless students give their parents and the University permission! This course is taught by a college professor and mother who has survived the many life changes that affect students, parents, and families when transitioning from high school to college. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0204: High School to College: A Workshop for Parents
Whether a child is near or far from home, living on campus or commuting to a local college, taking the leap from high school to college is always a huge life transition – for the student and for parents. From helping your student choose the right school to finding the best major to understanding academic expectations to making the right social choices, there is plenty for parents to learn. For example, federal laws prohibit college faculty and administrators from communicating with parents, unless students give their parents and the University permission! This course is taught by a college professor and mother who has survived the many life changes that affect students, parents, and families when transitioning from high school to college. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0204: High School to College: A Workshop for Parents
Whether a child is near or far from home, living on campus or commuting to a local college, taking the leap from high school to college is always a huge life transition – for the student and for parents. From helping your student choose the right school to finding the best major to understanding academic expectations to making the right social choices, there is plenty for parents to learn. For example, federal laws prohibit college faculty and administrators from communicating with parents, unless students give their parents and the University permission! This course is taught by a college professor and mother who has survived the many life changes that affect students, parents, and families when transitioning from high school to college. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0204: High School to College: A Workshop for Parents
Whether a child is near or far from home, living on campus or commuting to a local college, taking the leap from high school to college is always a huge life transition – for the student and for parents. From helping your student choose the right school to finding the best major to understanding academic expectations to making the right social choices, there is plenty for parents to learn. For example, federal laws prohibit college faculty and administrators from communicating with parents, unless students give their parents and the University permission! This course is taught by a college professor and mother who has survived the many life changes that affect students, parents, and families when transitioning from high school to college. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0205: You're Beautiful! A Workshop For Girls
This three-hour workshop for girls delves into topics such as self-confidence, friendship, acceptance, and understanding. We share our feelings and explore how we view ourselves and others. This is a powerful opportunity to foster strong self-worth and understanding of others. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0205: You're Beautiful! A Workshop For Girls
This three-hour workshop for girls delves into topics such as self-confidence, friendship, acceptance, and understanding. We share our feelings and explore how we view ourselves and others. This is a powerful opportunity to foster strong self-worth and understanding of others. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0206: Spelling and Grammar Count!: Grades 9-12
Grammar and spelling count … especially in college application essays, college writing, job applications and resumes. This course, taught by a college professor and published writer, teaches students time-tested techniques to improve their writing. Students are asked to write in class, as well as bring in writing samples and homework assignments. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0206: Spelling and Grammar Count!: Grades 9-12
Grammar and spelling count … especially in college application essays, college writing, job applications and resumes. This course, taught by a college professor and published writer, teaches students time-tested techniques to improve their writing. Students are asked to write in class, as well as bring in writing samples and homework assignments. About the instructor: Ellen Tashie Frisina is an Associate Professor of Public Relations in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University and her graduate degree in Media Ecology from New York University. She was a reporter and editor for several Long Island-based newspapers for many years, and even founded and published a bi-weekly newspaper, The Independent, in her hometown of Bay Shore/Brightwaters. After working as a journalist covering the arts, politics and education, she moved into the world of public relations, and was a Director of Public Relations for a New York-based hospital for 16 years. She has been published extensively in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. In 1998, she joined the full-time faculty of Hofstra University and created the B.A. in Public Relations, one of the top majors at the University. She was the first Hofstra faculty member to be twice voted Distinguished Teacher of the Year by graduating students; in 2012 her contributions to Hofstra were recognized with the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award for alumni, and in 2017 she was named Mentor of the Year by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0207: Speech Language Pathology
Students learn about communication science and the concepts related to disorders of speech, language and hearing. We explore issues in the perception and production of language, and students learn how to help people with various communication disorders. Additionally, the instructor introduces students to phonetics and the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), and students practice “spelling” with this system. Students have the opportunity to examine the English grammar structure more closely as well as dissect different languages and dialects. They also are introduced to simple therapy concepts and partake in mock therapy sessions. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0208: Dance Enrichment
This contemporary dance class — a fun and enriching dance experience for intermediate and advanced dance students — offers students an opportunity to broaden their understanding of contemporary dance technique and explore the different approaches to choreography or dance making. After a technique lesson, we introduce various approaches used in choreographing solo dances and group work. Students have a chance to experiment with concepts in choreography and dance composition. Note: Students must bring lunch to class. Heather Waldon teaches ballet and modern in Hofstra’s Drama and Dance Department as well as ballet at Tisch/NYU and for the Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance For PD ( Parkinson). She started with Boston Ballet where she performed works by George Balanchine, Mark Morris, Bill T. Jones, Twyla Tharp, among others. After Boston she joined Hubbard St. in Chicago. She is a founding member of the Sean Curran Company and continuous setting his work. She danced for Liz Gerring, Molissa Fenley and Richard Move. She has choreographed on Hofstra and collaborated with Sean Curran on a duet performed at Symphony Space, The Joyce and Boston University. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0209: Collaborating Across Cultures
This class teaches students how to communicate and collaborate with people from different cultures. Students learn about differences across cultures from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America – from varying understandings of the concept of time to whether it’s rude to say the word “no.” We also discuss social and workplace practices and expectations across cultures. These skills can help students better understand and embrace diversity. Note: Students must bring lunch to class. Dr. Kara Alaimo is Assistant Professor of Public Relations at Hofstra University. She is a former communicator in the Obama administration and the United Nations and author of the book Pitch, Tweet, or Engage on the Street: How to Practice Global Public Relations and Strategic Communication (Routledge, 2017). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0209: Collaborating Across Cultures
This class teaches students how to communicate and collaborate with people from different cultures. Students learn about differences across cultures from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America – from varying understandings of the concept of time to whether it’s rude to say the word “no.” We also discuss social and workplace practices and expectations across cultures. These skills can help students better understand and embrace diversity. Note: Students must bring lunch to class. Dr. Kara Alaimo is Assistant Professor of Public Relations at Hofstra University. She is a former communicator in the Obama administration and the United Nations and author of the book Pitch, Tweet, or Engage on the Street: How to Practice Global Public Relations and Strategic Communication (Routledge, 2017). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0210: Writing Personal Essay for Publications: Finding Your Story: Grades 9-12
This course is designed to teach students how to write personal essays for publication. Students learn the basics of being a working essayist: deciding what to write about, how to structure it, how to reach out to editors, how to craft a pitch, and how to negotiate contracts. Each of us has a personal story that speaks to everyone. This course invites every student to discover their own story. Dayna Troisi is a freelance writer, poet and teacher. She recently received her MFA in Poetry from Hofstra University. She has taught Creative Writing at Hofstra University and Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp. Her essays have been published in Buzzfeed, Vice, Racked, Jezebel, Broadly, SELF, Bright and elsewhere. Her poems have been published in Wordgathering, all the sins, The Tiny Tim Review, Stirring and more. Her spoken word poetry has been performed at KGB Bar, Canios and Harbor Books. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0211: Spoken Word Poetry Workshop: Find Your Voice: Grades 9-12
This course inspires students with a passion for poetry to try out their voices as performance. With the use of famous spoken word videos, students learn the aspects of poetry as performance and a vehicle for social change. Dayna Troisi is a freelance writer, poet and teacher. She recently received her MFA in Poetry from Hofstra University. She has taught Creative Writing at Hofstra University and Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp. Her essays have been published in Buzzfeed, Vice, Racked, Jezebel, Broadly, SELF, Bright and elsewhere. Her poems have been published in Wordgathering, all the sins, The Tiny Tim Review, Stirring and more. Her spoken word poetry has been performed at KGB Bar, Canios and Harbor Books. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0212: Immersive Poetry Workshop
This course is designed to immerse writers in poetry. Students learn how to write poems in various forms through fun and interactive exercises. Group workshops help students sharpen students’ constructive criticism skills. Dayna Troisi is a freelance writer, poet and teacher. She recently received her MFA in Poetry from Hofstra University. She has taught Creative Writing at Hofstra University and Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp. Her essays have been published in Buzzfeed, Vice, Racked, Jezebel, Broadly, SELF, Bright and elsewhere. Her poems have been published in Wordgathering, all the sins, The Tiny Tim Review, Stirring and more. Her spoken word poetry has been performed at KGB Bar, Canios and Harbor Books. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0212: Immersive Poetry Workshop
This course is designed to immerse writers in poetry. Students learn how to write poems in various forms through fun and interactive exercises. Group workshops help students sharpen students’ constructive criticism skills. Dayna Troisi is a freelance writer, poet and teacher. She recently received her MFA in Poetry from Hofstra University. She has taught Creative Writing at Hofstra University and Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp. Her essays have been published in Buzzfeed, Vice, Racked, Jezebel, Broadly, SELF, Bright and elsewhere. Her poems have been published in Wordgathering, all the sins, The Tiny Tim Review, Stirring and more. Her spoken word poetry has been performed at KGB Bar, Canios and Harbor Books. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0213: Creative Writing: Explore Each Genre
This course is designed to give students experience writing in poetry, nonfiction, fiction and playwriting. Students can sample each genre and discover for themselves where their passion lies! Students learn how to write in each genre through reading published works, as well as through various writing exercises and assignments. Dayna Troisi is a freelance writer, poet and teacher. She recently received her MFA in Poetry from Hofstra University. She has taught Creative Writing at Hofstra University and Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp. Her essays have been published in Buzzfeed, Vice, Racked, Jezebel, Broadly, SELF, Bright and elsewhere. Her poems have been published in Wordgathering, all the sins, The Tiny Tim Review, Stirring and more. Her spoken word poetry has been performed at KGB Bar, Canios and Harbor Books. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0213: Creative Writing: Explore Each Genre
This course is designed to give students experience writing in poetry, nonfiction, fiction and playwriting. Students can sample each genre and discover for themselves where their passion lies! Students learn how to write in each genre through reading published works, as well as through various writing exercises and assignments. Dayna Troisi is a freelance writer, poet and teacher. She recently received her MFA in Poetry from Hofstra University. She has taught Creative Writing at Hofstra University and Rena’s Promise International Creative Writing Camp. Her essays have been published in Buzzfeed, Vice, Racked, Jezebel, Broadly, SELF, Bright and elsewhere. Her poems have been published in Wordgathering, all the sins, The Tiny Tim Review, Stirring and more. Her spoken word poetry has been performed at KGB Bar, Canios and Harbor Books. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0214: Photoshop Basics
This class will teach the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. We will cover topics such as creating new documents, organizing files, creating and using layers, using filters, adding typography to a composition, creating shapes, applying effects, and more. Students leave this class with a great understanding of Photoshop. and an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0215: Graphic Design
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This class draws from many aspects of art and design, such as advertising, product design, visual marketing and other genres that a professional graphic designer might encounter. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign to develop their personal style as well as exploring digital and non-digital formats and techniques. Students will create computer-based solutions to graphic art problems. About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0215: Graphic Design
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This class draws from many aspects of art and design, such as advertising, product design, visual marketing and other genres that a professional graphic designer might encounter. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign to develop their personal style as well as exploring digital and non-digital formats and techniques. Students will create computer-based solutions to graphic art problems. About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0215: Graphic Design
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This class draws from many aspects of art and design, such as advertising, product design, visual marketing and other genres that a professional graphic designer might encounter. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign to develop their personal style as well as exploring digital and non-digital formats and techniques. Students will create computer-based solutions to graphic art problems. About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0215: Graphic Design
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This class draws from many aspects of art and design, such as advertising, product design, visual marketing and other genres that a professional graphic designer might encounter. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign to develop their personal style as well as exploring digital and non-digital formats and techniques. Students will create computer-based solutions to graphic art problems. About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0215: Graphic Design
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This class draws from many aspects of art and design, such as advertising, product design, visual marketing and other genres that a professional graphic designer might encounter. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign to develop their personal style as well as exploring digital and non-digital formats and techniques. Students will create computer-based solutions to graphic art problems. About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0215: Graphic Design
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This class draws from many aspects of art and design, such as advertising, product design, visual marketing and other genres that a professional graphic designer might encounter. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign to develop their personal style as well as exploring digital and non-digital formats and techniques. Students will create computer-based solutions to graphic art problems. About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0216: Computer Art
Students will learn how to make art using a digital format giving them the opportunity to explore various digital methods and techniques to create their own masterpieces. Using computer programs students will create digital art such as; digital landscapes, digital mandalas, digital quilts, digital Notan, digital self portraits, etc. Students will leave this class with an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0216: Computer Art
Students will learn how to make art using a digital format giving them the opportunity to explore various digital methods and techniques to create their own masterpieces. Using computer programs students will create digital art such as; digital landscapes, digital mandalas, digital quilts, digital Notan, digital self portraits, etc. Students will leave this class with an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0216: Computer Art
Students will learn how to make art using a digital format giving them the opportunity to explore various digital methods and techniques to create their own masterpieces. Using computer programs students will create digital art such as; digital landscapes, digital mandalas, digital quilts, digital Notan, digital self portraits, etc. Students will leave this class with an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0216: Computer Art
Students will learn how to make art using a digital format giving them the opportunity to explore various digital methods and techniques to create their own masterpieces. Using computer programs students will create digital art such as; digital landscapes, digital mandalas, digital quilts, digital Notan, digital self portraits, etc. Students will leave this class with an eagerness to create! About the instructor: Evangeline Christodoulou is a visual arts educator, graphic designer, published illustrator, photographer, exhibiting artist, art educator, adjunct professor at Hofstra University and a six-time presenter at the National Art Educators Association’s Convention Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0217: Workshop for Success! Let's Master the College Project, Resume or Essays
This workshop teaches students time-tested techniques and how to brainstorm ideas to get that college project, résumé or essay started or completed. Students learn how to impress admissions officers through individual and small group workshopping and attention. This workshop is designed for 7th through 12th grade students and their parents. About the instructor: Karen Kolb has been a College Admissions Specialist, Educational Consultant, and Leadership and Success Coach for over two decades. The founder of LegUp On Your Future and Karen Kolb Coaching, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of admissions trends and over twenty years of training and teaching experience. Mrs. Kolb holds a Master of Science from Pace University, where she was also an Adjunct Professor, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and a Certification in Applied Positive Psychology. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0218: The College Admissions Process: What To Do Now, So You’re Accepted Then
9th – 12th grade students will discover how to stresslessly and seamlessly navigate the college admissions process, and will learn what factors the Admissions Officers consider when evaluating an application, how to best stand out from the crowd, and how to find and choose the perfect college “fit.” The session will also review high school course selection and give tips for essays and standardized testing. Parents are welcome to attend. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0218: The College Admissions Process: What To Do Now, So You’re Accepted Then
9th – 12th grade students will discover how to stresslessly and seamlessly navigate the college admissions process, and will learn what factors the Admissions Officers consider when evaluating an application, how to best stand out from the crowd, and how to find and choose the perfect college “fit.” The session will also review high school course selection and give tips for essays and standardized testing. Parents are welcome to attend. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0218: The College Admissions Process: What To Do Now, So You’re Accepted Then
9th – 12th grade students will discover how to stresslessly and seamlessly navigate the college admissions process, and will learn what factors the Admissions Officers consider when evaluating an application, how to best stand out from the crowd, and how to find and choose the perfect college “fit.” The session will also review high school course selection and give tips for essays and standardized testing. Parents are welcome to attend. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0218: The College Admissions Process: What To Do Now, So You’re Accepted Then
9th – 12th grade students will discover how to stresslessly and seamlessly navigate the college admissions process, and will learn what factors the Admissions Officers consider when evaluating an application, how to best stand out from the crowd, and how to find and choose the perfect college “fit.” The session will also review high school course selection and give tips for essays and standardized testing. Parents are welcome to attend. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0219: Decoding DNA: Forensic Biology
What is DNA, and why is it so important? Learn more about the ever-expanding field of forensic biology, where DNA is used to identify human remains, exonerate the innocent, and solve crimes like burglaries, assaults and homicides. This course covers both the background of DNA sciences (cellular biology, genetics, inheritance and DNA analysis) and the forensic application of DNA (evidence processing, DNA profiles and databases, courtroom testimony and trial case studies). Note: Students must bring lunch to class. About the instructor: Katie O'Connor is a forensic scientist who works as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University. She was trained as a DNA expert at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, where she began working in 2008. Katie has earned her master of science in forensic science and her bachelor of science in anthropology and biology. For further information, contact us at 516-463-7676 or email ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu
Y0220: Let's Get Fit for Life
This workshop is designed to help students identify their own health-related fitness needs; plan workouts that will improve their level of fitness; learn how and when to increase/decrease time, intensity, weight, exercises, tension; set goals that motivate them to exercise; and learn how to have fun in the process. Each week students will be improving and learning how to live a healthy lifestyle. The ultimate goal of is to make exercise a regular part of each student’s life. About the instructor: Dr. Steven Frierman is Associate Professor at Hofstra University where he has coordinated the activity program and taught classes in sport and exercise psychology, fitness for life, weight training and physical conditioning for the past twenty-five years. He is a performance-enhancement specialist who has worked with athletes and coaches from youth to professional teaching them how to utilize their mind to succeed in sport and exercise. Dr. Frierman has written one book entitled “Commit To Be Fit: Now and Forever which was published in 2010 and a second edition will be out in 2018. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the mental aspects of both exercise and sport. Dr. Frierman has been interviewed many times by local and nation radio stations discussing a variety of popular topics dealing with the mental aspects of both sport and exercise. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0220: Let's Get Fit for Life
This workshop is designed to help students identify their own health-related fitness needs; plan workouts that will improve their level of fitness; learn how and when to increase/decrease time, intensity, weight, exercises, tension; set goals that motivate them to exercise; and learn how to have fun in the process. Each week students will be improving and learning how to live a healthy lifestyle. The ultimate goal of is to make exercise a regular part of each student’s life. About the instructor: Dr. Steven Frierman is Associate Professor at Hofstra University where he has coordinated the activity program and taught classes in sport and exercise psychology, fitness for life, weight training and physical conditioning for the past twenty-five years. He is a performance-enhancement specialist who has worked with athletes and coaches from youth to professional teaching them how to utilize their mind to succeed in sport and exercise. Dr. Frierman has written one book entitled “Commit To Be Fit: Now and Forever which was published in 2010 and a second edition will be out in 2018. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the mental aspects of both exercise and sport. Dr. Frierman has been interviewed many times by local and nation radio stations discussing a variety of popular topics dealing with the mental aspects of both sport and exercise. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0220: Let's Get Fit for Life
This workshop is designed to help students identify their own health-related fitness needs; plan workouts that will improve their level of fitness; learn how and when to increase/decrease time, intensity, weight, exercises, tension; set goals that motivate them to exercise; and learn how to have fun in the process. Each week students will be improving and learning how to live a healthy lifestyle. The ultimate goal of is to make exercise a regular part of each student’s life. About the instructor: Dr. Steven Frierman is Associate Professor at Hofstra University where he has coordinated the activity program and taught classes in sport and exercise psychology, fitness for life, weight training and physical conditioning for the past twenty-five years. He is a performance-enhancement specialist who has worked with athletes and coaches from youth to professional teaching them how to utilize their mind to succeed in sport and exercise. Dr. Frierman has written one book entitled “Commit To Be Fit: Now and Forever which was published in 2010 and a second edition will be out in 2018. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the mental aspects of both exercise and sport. Dr. Frierman has been interviewed many times by local and nation radio stations discussing a variety of popular topics dealing with the mental aspects of both sport and exercise. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0221: The Mental Game: Take Your Sport to the Next Level
In playing or coaching sports, the mind often determines success – whether it’s concentrating on what you can control, dealing with anxiety or playing with optimal confidence. Yet, how much time is spent on the mental part of the game? The fact is that much of practice time is spent on the physical while the mental is simply inferred. Words and phrases like “concentrate,” “relax,” “focus” and “be confident” are frequently used in sport, but knowing how to use them takes time and practice. This is the perfect opportunity for students to learn the “mental game.” About the instructor: Dr. Steven Frierman is Associate Professor at Hofstra University where he has coordinated the activity program and taught classes in sport and exercise psychology, fitness for life, weight training and physical conditioning for the past twenty-five years. He is a performance-enhancement specialist who has worked with athletes and coaches from youth to professional teaching them how to utilize their mind to succeed in sport and exercise. Dr. Frierman has written one book entitled “Commit To Be Fit: Now and Forever which was published in 2010 and a second edition will be out in 2018. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the mental aspects of both exercise and sport. Dr. Frierman has been interviewed many times by local and nation radio stations discussing a variety of popular topics dealing with the mental aspects of both sport and exercise. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0221: The Mental Game: Take Your Sport to the Next Level
In playing or coaching sports, the mind often determines success – whether it’s concentrating on what you can control, dealing with anxiety or playing with optimal confidence. Yet, how much time is spent on the mental part of the game? The fact is that much of practice time is spent on the physical while the mental is simply inferred. Words and phrases like “concentrate,” “relax,” “focus” and “be confident” are frequently used in sport, but knowing how to use them takes time and practice. This is the perfect opportunity for students to learn the “mental game.” About the instructor: Dr. Steven Frierman is Associate Professor at Hofstra University where he has coordinated the activity program and taught classes in sport and exercise psychology, fitness for life, weight training and physical conditioning for the past twenty-five years. He is a performance-enhancement specialist who has worked with athletes and coaches from youth to professional teaching them how to utilize their mind to succeed in sport and exercise. Dr. Frierman has written one book entitled “Commit To Be Fit: Now and Forever which was published in 2010 and a second edition will be out in 2018. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the mental aspects of both exercise and sport. Dr. Frierman has been interviewed many times by local and nation radio stations discussing a variety of popular topics dealing with the mental aspects of both sport and exercise. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0221: The Mental Game: Take Your Sport to the Next Level
In playing or coaching sports, the mind often determines success – whether it’s concentrating on what you can control, dealing with anxiety or playing with optimal confidence. Yet, how much time is spent on the mental part of the game? The fact is that much of practice time is spent on the physical while the mental is simply inferred. Words and phrases like “concentrate,” “relax,” “focus” and “be confident” are frequently used in sport, but knowing how to use them takes time and practice. This is the perfect opportunity for students to learn the “mental game.” About the instructor: Dr. Steven Frierman is Associate Professor at Hofstra University where he has coordinated the activity program and taught classes in sport and exercise psychology, fitness for life, weight training and physical conditioning for the past twenty-five years. He is a performance-enhancement specialist who has worked with athletes and coaches from youth to professional teaching them how to utilize their mind to succeed in sport and exercise. Dr. Frierman has written one book entitled “Commit To Be Fit: Now and Forever which was published in 2010 and a second edition will be out in 2018. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the mental aspects of both exercise and sport. Dr. Frierman has been interviewed many times by local and nation radio stations discussing a variety of popular topics dealing with the mental aspects of both sport and exercise. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0222: Sports Management
Sports Management is perfect for young people who aspire to have a career in the sports field. The class will encompass both the world of intercollegiate and professional sports. Topics may include marketing, finance, facility and event management, sports information and networking. Draw on an abundant array of resources from an elite network of professional experts. Meet and ask questions from guest speakers who are professionals currently working in the field. This class is great training to help decide if sports management is something to pursue as both a major in college and profession. Attendees will also be invited to attend and research a Hofstra University athletic event. About the instructor: Terence Ryan is a sports management professor who has instructed for over 15 years in several local college sports management programs including St. Johns University and Farmingdale State. In addition, he has coached at both the youth and collegiate level in various sports. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0222: Sports Management
Sports Management is perfect for young people who aspire to have a career in the sports field. The class will encompass both the world of intercollegiate and professional sports. Topics may include marketing, finance, facility and event management, sports information and networking. Draw on an abundant array of resources from an elite network of professional experts. Meet and ask questions from guest speakers who are professionals currently working in the field. This class is great training to help decide if sports management is something to pursue as both a major in college and profession. Attendees will also be invited to attend and research a Hofstra University athletic event. About the instructor: Terence Ryan is a sports management professor who has instructed for over 15 years in several local college sports management programs including St. Johns University and Farmingdale State. In addition, he has coached at both the youth and collegiate level in various sports. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0222: Sports Management
Sports Management is perfect for young people who aspire to have a career in the sports field. The class will encompass both the world of intercollegiate and professional sports. Topics may include marketing, finance, facility and event management, sports information and networking. Draw on an abundant array of resources from an elite network of professional experts. Meet and ask questions from guest speakers who are professionals currently working in the field. This class is great training to help decide if sports management is something to pursue as both a major in college and profession. Attendees will also be invited to attend and research a Hofstra University athletic event. About the instructor: Terence Ryan is a sports management professor who has instructed for over 15 years in several local college sports management programs including St. Johns University and Farmingdale State. In addition, he has coached at both the youth and collegiate level in various sports. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0223: Photoshop Basics 2
This class will teach more of the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, hands-on practical examples. We will cover topics such as combining images, filters, layers, layer masks, typographic design, customizing a brush, and retouching photographs. Students will add to their previous knowledge of the various techniques and tools they learned in Basic Photoshop. Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge in Photoshop Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0223: Photoshop Basics 2
This class will teach more of the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, hands-on practical examples. We will cover topics such as combining images, filters, layers, layer masks, typographic design, customizing a brush, and retouching photographs. Students will add to their previous knowledge of the various techniques and tools they learned in Basic Photoshop. Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge in Photoshop Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0223: Photoshop Basics 2
This class will teach more of the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, hands-on practical examples. We will cover topics such as combining images, filters, layers, layer masks, typographic design, customizing a brush, and retouching photographs. Students will add to their previous knowledge of the various techniques and tools they learned in Basic Photoshop. Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge in Photoshop Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0224: What Does It Take to Be An Entrepreneur?
So you have an idea for a product or service... But how do you know if it can be a real business? In this course we'll walk through developing and protecting an idea, determining marketability, procuring materials, the manufacturing process, creating a pricing model, selling and the bottom line. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0225: How to Finance a Business Like a Shark
You've got a great idea for a product or business. Now what? You need money to get it off the ground. In this course we'll discuss the various ways you can finance your business. From self-funding to angel investing to traditional loan financing, you will learn how the stage of your business will allow you to get the best deal for your sweat equity. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0226: Growth Mindset: The Key to Success
Students who have a Growth Mindset, the belief that talent and intelligence are not just things that one is born with or that are fixed, but things that can be developed and improved, have higher levels of success – in school, on the field, and in life. Through demonstrations, examples, and science-backed hands-on exercises, your child will learn what a Growth Mindset is, how he/she can achieve one, and how it can be applied to schoolwork, sports, and beyond. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0227: What Learning Style is Best for You? A Scientific Approach to Study Skills
Why do some study and organizational methods work for some students but not for others? The answer is based in science. This seminar will, through evidence-based, scientifically-proven methods and exercises, help your child determine his/her own unique combination of learning and character strengths, and then discover key insights into how to use them to succeed naturally. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0228: Understanding and Writing Graphic Novels
Students will learn the process for creating comic books and graphic novels: coming up with an idea, outlining a story, writing a script, refining it, and working with an artist. Students will be called upon to develop and write a complete or partial script for a short comic-book story or a full-length graphic novel. Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Entertainment Weekly, People, TIME Edge, TIME Magazine For Kids, Salute, ProSound News, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. He has also worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such world-famous franchises as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Dracula, and Star Trek, and Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. Glenn has also written several works of Star Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, as well as the X-Files story "XXX," which received a Scribe Award nomination for Best Short Fiction in 2017. His most recent comic work is the story "Inspired by True Events," a contribution to the 2018 anthology collection Mine!: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom For All. Glenn avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0228: Understanding and Writing Graphic Novels
Students will learn the process for creating comic books and graphic novels: coming up with an idea, outlining a story, writing a script, refining it, and working with an artist. Students will be called upon to develop and write a complete or partial script for a short comic-book story or a full-length graphic novel. Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Entertainment Weekly, People, TIME Edge, TIME Magazine For Kids, Salute, ProSound News, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. He has also worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such world-famous franchises as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Dracula, and Star Trek, and Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. Glenn has also written several works of Star Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, as well as the X-Files story "XXX," which received a Scribe Award nomination for Best Short Fiction in 2017. His most recent comic work is the story "Inspired by True Events," a contribution to the 2018 anthology collection Mine!: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom For All. Glenn avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0228: Understanding and Writing Graphic Novels
Students will learn the process for creating comic books and graphic novels: coming up with an idea, outlining a story, writing a script, refining it, and working with an artist. Students will be called upon to develop and write a complete or partial script for a short comic-book story or a full-length graphic novel. Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Entertainment Weekly, People, TIME Edge, TIME Magazine For Kids, Salute, ProSound News, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. He has also worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such world-famous franchises as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Dracula, and Star Trek, and Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. Glenn has also written several works of Star Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, as well as the X-Files story "XXX," which received a Scribe Award nomination for Best Short Fiction in 2017. His most recent comic work is the story "Inspired by True Events," a contribution to the 2018 anthology collection Mine!: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom For All. Glenn avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0228: Understanding and Writing Graphic Novels
Students will learn the process for creating comic books and graphic novels: coming up with an idea, outlining a story, writing a script, refining it, and working with an artist. Students will be called upon to develop and write a complete or partial script for a short comic-book story or a full-length graphic novel. Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Entertainment Weekly, People, TIME Edge, TIME Magazine For Kids, Salute, ProSound News, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. He has also worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such world-famous franchises as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Dracula, and Star Trek, and Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. Glenn has also written several works of Star Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, as well as the X-Files story "XXX," which received a Scribe Award nomination for Best Short Fiction in 2017. His most recent comic work is the story "Inspired by True Events," a contribution to the 2018 anthology collection Mine!: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom For All. Glenn avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0228: Understanding and Writing Graphic Novels
Students will learn the process for creating comic books and graphic novels: coming up with an idea, outlining a story, writing a script, refining it, and working with an artist. Students will be called upon to develop and write a complete or partial script for a short comic-book story or a full-length graphic novel. Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Entertainment Weekly, People, TIME Edge, TIME Magazine For Kids, Salute, ProSound News, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. He has also worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such world-famous franchises as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Dracula, and Star Trek, and Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. Glenn has also written several works of Star Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, as well as the X-Files story "XXX," which received a Scribe Award nomination for Best Short Fiction in 2017. His most recent comic work is the story "Inspired by True Events," a contribution to the 2018 anthology collection Mine!: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom For All. Glenn avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0228: Understanding and Writing Graphic Novels
Students will learn the process for creating comic books and graphic novels: coming up with an idea, outlining a story, writing a script, refining it, and working with an artist. Students will be called upon to develop and write a complete or partial script for a short comic-book story or a full-length graphic novel. Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Entertainment Weekly, People, TIME Edge, TIME Magazine For Kids, Salute, ProSound News, Scholastic News, Time Out New York, Back Issue, and Smoke. He has also worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on such world-famous franchises as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Silver Surfer, Thor, Iron Man, Dracula, and Star Trek, and Web-based tie-in projects for the film Superman Returns and the weekly comic-book series 52. Glenn has also written several works of Star Trek fiction for Simon and Schuster, as well as the X-Files story "XXX," which received a Scribe Award nomination for Best Short Fiction in 2017. His most recent comic work is the story "Inspired by True Events," a contribution to the 2018 anthology collection Mine!: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom For All. Glenn avidly covers all aspects of popular culture on his blog, “Glenn Greenberg’s Grumblings” (http://glenngreenbergsgrumblings.blogspot.com). Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0229: Learning How to Learn: Harness Your Potential
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Learn how to master any subject, regardless of difficulty, by mastering how your brain works. Learn the powerful, researched-backed learning-, neuroplasticity-, and mindset- techniques used by experts in all disciplines, and learn them in a relaxed, fun, and interactive atmosphere. If you’ve ever wanted to become better at anything, this course will serve as your guide. You must understand your thinking to harness your potential. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0229: Learning How to Learn: Harness Your Potential
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Learn how to master any subject, regardless of difficulty, by mastering how your brain works. Learn the powerful, researched-backed learning-, neuroplasticity-, and mindset- techniques used by experts in all disciplines, and learn them in a relaxed, fun, and interactive atmosphere. If you’ve ever wanted to become better at anything, this course will serve as your guide. You must understand your thinking to harness your potential. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0229: Learning How to Learn: Harness Your Potential
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Learn how to master any subject, regardless of difficulty, by mastering how your brain works. Learn the powerful, researched-backed learning-, neuroplasticity-, and mindset- techniques used by experts in all disciplines, and learn them in a relaxed, fun, and interactive atmosphere. If you’ve ever wanted to become better at anything, this course will serve as your guide. You must understand your thinking to harness your potential. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0229: Learning How to Learn: Harness Your Potential
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Learn how to master any subject, regardless of difficulty, by mastering how your brain works. Learn the powerful, researched-backed learning-, neuroplasticity-, and mindset- techniques used by experts in all disciplines, and learn them in a relaxed, fun, and interactive atmosphere. If you’ve ever wanted to become better at anything, this course will serve as your guide. You must understand your thinking to harness your potential. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0229: Learning How to Learn: Harness Your Potential
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Learn how to master any subject, regardless of difficulty, by mastering how your brain works. Learn the powerful, researched-backed learning-, neuroplasticity-, and mindset- techniques used by experts in all disciplines, and learn them in a relaxed, fun, and interactive atmosphere. If you’ve ever wanted to become better at anything, this course will serve as your guide. You must understand your thinking to harness your potential. About the Instructor: Karen Kolb, MS, CAPP, has been an Educational Consultant, Teacher/Trainer, and Success and Development Coach for 25 years. The founder of LegUp On Your Future, LLC. / Karen Kolb Coaching, as well as a former Adjunct Professor, Mrs. Kolb is a highly-experienced and dedicated professional, with an up-to-date knowledge of educational policy and curricula, pedagogy/andragogy, and Positive and Educational Psychology. Mrs. Kolb is a PhD. student at the University of Buffalo, holds a Master of Science from Pace University, a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University, and is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner, as well. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0230: Do You Want to Run Your Own Company
Young entrepreneurs are invited to join us to learn the basics of turning an idea into a business. In this course we'll walk through developing and protecting an idea, the manufacturing process, raising money for the business, marketing and selling, and the most important part – making a profit! Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0231: Financial Planning and Budgeting for Teens
Learn the fundamentals of money and what gives money its value. Discussions revolve around how to generate the money we need, save enough to buy the things we want, and grow the money we have. We cover budgeting, needs vs. wants, saving money, earning interest, and investing, as well as different types of loans and credit cards.
Y0232: Philosophy in the Movies: Inception
Some movies can make us think about ourselves and the world around us. For example, the movie Inception makes us wonder whether this could all be just a dream and, perhaps even more intriguing, whether it is possible to prove that it is not a dream. This course examines such questions and other philosophical concepts and ideas that are presented in the movie Inception. Note: Students must watch Inception (at least once) before attending the course. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y0234: Ficition Workshop: Building Suspense
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Y0234: Ficition Workshop: Building Suspense
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Y0235: How to Write a Dystopian Novel
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Y0235: How to Write a Dystopian Novel
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Y0236: How to Create a Magical World
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Y0236: How to Create a Magical World
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Y0237: Documenting Hip-Hop Online and In Print: Grades 10-12
Program is open only to students who are 16 to 18 years old. In January of 2018 it was announced that hip-hop overtook rock to become the most popular genre among music fans. This was a huge win for hip-hop as it’s been growing in popularity since its birth over 40 years ago. Even though hip-hop only recently took the lead, it’s always had a diehard fan base and dedicated editors and journalists documenting every aspect of the culture via magazines, websites, social media and more. The hip-hop media has taken every aspect of documenting the culture very seriously and pride themselves on the resect the have offered the genre. In this class students will follow in the footsteps of the hip-hop editors and journalists that came before, learning the difference in the two roles and the ins and outs of doing interviews and writing long format profiles, thought pieces, narratives, editorials, and news pieces. They will learn how to properly research their topics using the Internet, social media such as Twitter and Instagram and combine that with original reporting to put together insightful pieces about hip-hop. They will also learn the importance of developing relationships, making contacts and communication practices with publicist and record label executives. The class will also shine a light on the negative sides of hip-hop journalism and what practices to stay away from our watch out for in order to keep their integrity high and their content factual. About the Instructor: Vanessa Satten has held the title of Editor-in-Chief at XXL Magazine for over the past 10 years, significantly contributing to the publication becoming the most respected and bestselling urban music magazine in the nation. Satten’s undeniable expertise, passion for the hip-hop culture, and widespread influence, have all garnered her unprecedented respect and success as XXL Magazine’s first ever female Editor-in-Chief. Since its inception, Satten has been at the helm discovering, selecting, interviewing and producing the class editorial features and cover photo shoots every year. The successful Freshman Class covers have helped launch notable careers for many of its members including Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore, J. Cole, Wiz Khalifa, Chance The Rapper, 21 Savage and others. After incredibly racking up an incredible list of outstanding achievements at XXL, Satten would take over as Editor-in-Chief in 2009. As the first female Editor-in-Chief of the publication, she wasted no time in continuing to build the magazine’s legacy as a leader in the urban print and online industry. Over the years she's worked with or interviewed the biggest names in hip-hop including Eminem, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, Dr. Dre, Kanye West, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg and many more. Satten’s roles in cultivating careers for otherwise undiscovered talent, is further proof of her influential reach beyond the XXL offices in Manhattan.
Y1000: Outdoor Adventures: Grades 3-5
With Outdoor Adventures, you can learn some of the essentials skills that the pioneers early of America needed for their daily lives. In this exciting new program students will participate in a variety of activities using Nassau BOCES' Brookville Environmental Education Center, including homestead ecology, challenge courses, survival and orienteering. Learn skills like: Blacksmithing - Students will learn the techniques and tools that were needed at the forge, and put these skills to the test Outdoor cooking - Students will learn safe fire-building techniques, as well as simple recipes to cook over a fire. How to build a survival shelter - Students will be taught how to prepare a shelter with the proper materials, in the case of an emergency Using a compass to find your way - Students will learn to escape their electronics and use only a simple compass to find their way around the campus Bring your high energy for four fun days about learning outdoor skills! Note: This course will be held at Nassau BOCES Brookville Environmental Education Center located at 195 Brookville Rd. Brookville, NY 11545 Click for Directions and Map to Nassau BOCES Brookville Enviromental Education Center Sessions take placerain or shine. Students should wear appropriate outdoor clothing for the season's changeable temperature and weather Transportation will not be provided between Hofstra and Nassau BOCES Tuition inclusive of $50 non-refundable materials fee See our other Hofstra and Nassau BOCES programs
Y1001: Outdoor Adventures: Grades 6-8
With Outdoor Adventures, you can learn some of the essentials skills that the pioneers early of America needed for their daily lives. In this exciting new program students will participate in a variety of activities using Nassau BOCES' Brookville Environmental Education Center, including homestead ecology, challenge courses, survival and orienteering. Learn skills like: Blacksmithing - Students will learn the techniques and tools that were needed at the forge, and put these skills to the test Outdoor cooking - Students will learn safe fire-building techniques, as well as simple recipes to cook over a fire. How to build a survival shelter - Students will be taught how to prepare a shelter with the proper materials, in the case of an emergency Using a compass to find your way - Students will learn to escape their electronics and use only a simple compass to find their way around the campus Bring your high energy for four fun days about learning outdoor skills! Note: This course will be held at Nassau BOCES Brookville Environmental Education Center located at 195 Brookville Rd. Brookville, NY 11545 Click for Directions and Map to Nassau BOCES Brookville Enviromental Education Center Sessions take placerain or shine. Students should wear appropriate outdoor clothing for the season's changeable temperature and weather Transportation will not be provided between Hofstra and Nassau BOCES Tuition inclusive of $50 non-refundable materials fee See our other Hofstra and Nassau BOCES programs
Y1010: Mommy and Me - Making Music Together: Ages 18-36 Months
Caregivers and children interact through active music making, singing, acting and dancing. Music, activities, stories, and crafts will support a variety of educational themes. Classes promote social, educational and communication skills in a fun and safe environment. One parent/guardian is required to remain and participate in the class with their child. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1010: Mommy and Me - Making Music Together: Ages 18-36 Months
Caregivers and children interact through active music making, singing, acting and dancing. Music, activities, stories, and crafts will support a variety of educational themes. Classes promote social, educational and communication skills in a fun and safe environment. One parent/guardian is required to remain and participate in the class with their child. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1010: Mommy and Me - Making Music Together: Ages 18-36 Months
Caregivers and children interact through active music making, singing, acting and dancing. Music, activities, stories, and crafts will support a variety of educational themes. Classes promote social, educational and communication skills in a fun and safe environment. One parent/guardian is required to remain and participate in the class with their child. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1010: Mommy and Me - Making Music Together: Ages 18-36 Months
Caregivers and children interact through active music making, singing, acting and dancing. Music, activities, stories, and crafts will support a variety of educational themes. Classes promote social, educational and communication skills in a fun and safe environment. One parent/guardian is required to remain and participate in the class with their child. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1010: Mommy and Me - Making Music Together: Ages 18-36 Months
Caregivers and children interact through active music making, singing, acting and dancing. Music, activities, stories, and crafts will support a variety of educational themes. Classes promote social, educational and communication skills in a fun and safe environment. One parent/guardian is required to remain and participate in the class with their child. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1015: Mommy and Me: Learning Together
Children participate in fun early learning activities in a classroom setting with the comfort of their caregivers close by. Engaging activities will enhance cognitive development, socialization skills, and increase confidence and independence. Children will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age while building their language, communication and listening skills. Children will enjoy circle time, arts and crafts, story time and group games while learning the importance of cooperation, sharing and taking turns. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1015: Mommy and Me: Learning Together
Children participate in fun early learning activities in a classroom setting with the comfort of their caregivers close by. Engaging activities will enhance cognitive development, socialization skills, and increase confidence and independence. Children will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age while building their language, communication and listening skills. Children will enjoy circle time, arts and crafts, story time and group games while learning the importance of cooperation, sharing and taking turns. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1015: Mommy and Me: Learning Together
Children participate in fun early learning activities in a classroom setting with the comfort of their caregivers close by. Engaging activities will enhance cognitive development, socialization skills, and increase confidence and independence. Children will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age while building their language, communication and listening skills. Children will enjoy circle time, arts and crafts, story time and group games while learning the importance of cooperation, sharing and taking turns. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1050: STEM/STEAM - Marine Exploration Technology, Design it, Build it, Drive it Grades 6-11
Learn all about the history of marine exploration and underwater archaeology. You and your teammates will design and build an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV), test your design in Hofstra’s pool and master a series of challenges for the final day’s competition. You’ll also participate in an antique “helmet dive!” Note: Students should bring swim suits for days 2 and 4. Tuition inclusive of $50 non-refundable materials fee See our other Hofstra and Nassau BOCES programs For further information, contact Program Coordinator Seth Liebstein at 516-463-6961 or email Seth.Liebstein@hofstra.edu
Y1051: Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) / Underwater Archaeology Program: Grades 5-10
Did you ever dream of being on an expedition with Dr. Robert Ballard? With our new program, students can capture some of this magic right here at home. Students will use Hofstra's top-notch facilities, including their Olympic sized pool, while being taught by experts from Nassau BOCES. Time will be split between the classroom and the pool, where students will design and build a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and learn about methods in underwater archeology. The course will begin with an introduction to the history of marine exploration. Then, as part of a team, they will design and build an underwater ROV and test their designs in the water. Students will also have the opportunity to work with a marine archeologist and participate in an antique "helmet dive" in Hofstra's pool. Note: Students should bring swim suits for days 3 and 5. Tuition inclusive of $50 non-refundable materials fee See our other Hofstra and Nassau BOCES programs For further information, contact Program Coordinator Seth Liebstein at 516-463-6961 or email Seth.Liebstein@hofstra.edu
Y1051: Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) / Underwater Archaeology Program: Grades 5-10
Did you ever dream of being on an expedition with Dr. Robert Ballard? With our new program, students can capture some of this magic right here at home. Students will use Hofstra's top-notch facilities, including their Olympic sized pool, while being taught by experts from Nassau BOCES. Time will be split between the classroom and the pool, where students will design and build a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and learn about methods in underwater archeology. The course will begin with an introduction to the history of marine exploration. Then, as part of a team, they will design and build an underwater ROV and test their designs in the water. Students will also have the opportunity to work with a marine archeologist and participate in an antique "helmet dive" in Hofstra's pool. Note: Students should bring swim suits for days 3 and 5. Tuition inclusive of $50 non-refundable materials fee See our other Hofstra and Nassau BOCES programs For further information, contact Program Coordinator Seth Liebstein at 516-463-6961 or email Seth.Liebstein@hofstra.edu
Y1052: Destination Outdoors!: (Grades 5-9)
With Destination Adventures, you can learn some of the essentials skills that the pioneers early of America needed for their daily lives. In this exciting new program students will participate in a variety of activities using Nassau BOCES' Brookville Environmental Education Center, including homestead ecology, challenge courses, survival and orienteering. Learn skills like: Blacksmithing - Students will learn the techniques and tools that were needed at the forge, and put these skills to the test Outdoor cooking - Students will learn safe fire-building techniques, as well as simple recipes to cook over a fire. How to build a survival shelter - Students will be taught how to prepare a shelter with the proper materials, in the case of an emergency Using a compass to find your way - Students will learn to escape their electronics and use only a simple compass to find their way around the campus Bring your high energy for four fun days about learning outdoor skills! Note: This course will be held at Nassau BOCES Brookville Environmental Education Center located at 195 Brookville Rd. Brookville, NY 11545 Click for Directions and Map to Nassau BOCES Brookville Enviromental Education Center Sessions take placerain or shine. Students should wear appropriate outdoor clothing for the season's changeable temperature and weather Tuition inclusive of $50 non-refundable materials fee See our other Hofstra and Nassau BOCES programs For further information, contact Program Coordinator Seth Liebstein at 516-463-6961 or email Seth.Liebstein@hofstra.edu
Y1053: STEAM Outdoors!:: Grades 6-11
STEM + Art = STEAM Outdoors! Each day will be dedicated to the elements of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. But not in a classroom…you will be outside exploring our fields, forests, pond and seashore at our Environmental Centers at Caumsett and Brookville. You’ll learn many skills, including: GPS and compass skills water sampling techniques primitive technology skills You’ll design towers and survival structures and develop your powers of observation through art. VIEW ALL SPRING BREAK PROGRAMS!
Y1053: STEAM Outdoors!:: Grades 6-11
STEM + Art = STEAM Outdoors! Each day will be dedicated to the elements of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. But not in a classroom…you will be outside exploring our fields, forests, pond and seashore at our Environmental Centers at Caumsett and Brookville. You’ll learn many skills, including: GPS and compass skills water sampling techniques primitive technology skills You’ll design towers and survival structures and develop your powers of observation through art. VIEW ALL SPRING BREAK PROGRAMS!
Y1055: Become a Marine Explorer!: (Grades 6-11)
Submerge yourself into our Long Island Marine World Each day campers will engage in activities designed to expand your understanding of our Long Island marine world. You'll use many types of sampling equipment to better understand how marine organisms adapt to change as we explore the north shore beach and salt marsh at Caumsett State Historic Park. Underwater archeology from past to present, will be a focus too, and you'll even design a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). For further information, contact Program Coordinator Seth Liebstein at 516-463-6961 or email Seth.Liebstein@hofstra.edu
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1070: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 8-18
The Hofstra Reach Program is an exciting opportunity for students with autism spectrum disorder. Students will be encouraged to reach five pre-determined goals throughout the semester while working on social and communicative skills. Students will take part in an interactive workshop and an inclusion course all while working with their personal instructor on their social skill development. Students should bring snacks for break times throughout the day. To register or for more information, please call (516) 463-7400. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1080: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 13-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 13-18
Y1080: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 13-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 13-18
Y1080: Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 13-18
Hofstra REACH Program: Ages 13-18
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1100: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades K-1
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1110: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 2-3
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1120: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 4-5
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1130: H.G.A. Hofstra Gifted Academy: Grades 6-8
The Hofstra Gifted Academy (H.G.A.) is designed to enrich the lives of advanced students by expanding the scope of experiences provided by their school as well as to stimulate new creative interests in the students. Students will be challenged through three courses of their choice in subjects such as math, science, arts, and humanities. Each semester brings new courses to the gifted academy so get in now and be prepared for years of intellectual stimulation. Students who wish to participate in the Hofstra Gifted Academy must submit an application and $50 non-refundable application fee. To apply for consideration to this program; click here to download Application Form. Once accepted to the Hofstra Gifted Academy students can register for their H.G.A. courses in the current semester or any future semester. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1200: Great Beginnings...In Language Skills
Great Beginnings...In Language Skills
Y1200: Great Beginnings...In Language Skills
Great Beginnings...In Language Skills
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1210: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I: Ages 3-4
As early as age 3, children are eager to read. This course is designed to develop and expand children's early literacy skills by using oral language to develop reading and writing fluency. Each session is divided into several activities that reinforce skills that are important to reading. This is done through the use of games, songs, crafts and storytelling. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
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Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II: Ages 4-5
This course is a continuation of our wonderful Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part I, and provides a developmental opportunity for children to be introduced to more advanced levels of reading. In this classroom adventure, your child becomes better prepared for either kindergarten or first grade. As we continue to expand your child's reading and writing skills through linguistic and phonetic instruction, our instructor works with each child at his or her own pace. Limited enrollment; register early! Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1211: Preschoolers Prepare to Read! Part 2
Preschoolers Prepare to Read! Part 2
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Preschoolers Prepare to Read! Part 2
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Preschoolers Prepare to Read! Part 2
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Preschoolers Prepare to Read! Part 2
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Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read: Ages 5-6
This course is the sequel to Preschoolers Prepare to Read! - Part II, and focuses on the needs of students who are in kindergarten and want to continue expanding their skills before they begin first grade. Additional emphasis is placed on the phonetic instruction of the pre-reader, while sight vocabulary is further enhanced. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Kindergartners Prepare To Read
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Kindergartners Prepare To Read
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Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Kindergartners Prepare To Read
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Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read
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Kindergartners Prepare To Read
Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read
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Y1212: Kindergartners Prepare To Read
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Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1300: Reading Is Fun: Grades 1-2
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Using a thematic approach to reading enrichment for the beginning reader, this program is designed for those who enjoy reading as well as those who need extra help. In-class instruction incorporates the use of vocabulary words, reading passages and language arts skills to enhance the progress of the new reader. Themes include a variety of stimulating experiences that make reading fun and meaningful. Through the use of manipulatives, stories, and auditory and visual experiences, ideas come alive and excite children about reading. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1310: Reading With Confidence: Grades 2-3
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional assistance. Students learn reading comprehension skills and strategies in a comfortable environment that provides a forum for reading to be exciting, enriching and fun! Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in the class, and they begin to read confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1311: Reading Assistance Study Program: Grades 3-4
This course is designed to assist students in their reading comprehension skills as well as prepare students for their upcoming ELA exams. Students learn strategies to improve their reading, deepen their comprehension, and build their language arts skills. Through fun interactive group activities, students not only become stronger readers, but they also develop a love for reading that they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1312: Reading Assistance Study Program
Reading Assistance Study Program
Y1312: Reading Assistance Study Program
Reading Assistance Study Program
Y1312: Reading Assistance Study Program
Reading Assistance Study Program
Y1313: Reading Assistance Study Program
Reading Assistance Study Program
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1314: Reading Fundamentals: Grades 3-4
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. This course is designed to assist students in expanding their comprehension skills and utilize them as they become reading detectives. Students will get engaged in close readings to analyze text. Through hands-on activities they will find evidence to support their answers. Students not only become stronger readers, but also develop a love for reading they can enjoy inside and outside of the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1315: Readers' Theatre: Grades 2-5
Readers’ theatre is a highly motivating literacy strategy which allows the reader to absorb into the literacy experience and become a star. The class connects oral reading, literature, drama, vocabulary, auditory, visual, and kinetic components. Students reflect on material; use their voice, expressions and interpretations; increase comprehension; develop public speaking skills; and learn to make connections to the character as well as real-life connections. This class provides an opportunity for students to develop critical, lifelong communication skills as they integrate the multiple intelligences. Readers’ theatre is an opportunity for students of varied reading abilities to increase confidence, fluency and automaticity. Students interpret dialogue and communicate meaning, increasing awareness and appreciation of plays as a form of literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1316: Reaching Reading Goals: Grades 3-4
The class caters to those who enjoy reading as well as those who need additional support. Students will learn how to utilize comprehension strategies to become reading detectives as they close read. Students take part in hands-on activities that relate to the readings in class based on themes and begin to analyze content confidently inside and outside the classroom. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1320: Literacy Essentials: Grades 5-6
This course is offered online via ZOOM and takes place during the below dates and times. You will receive information about how to access the ZOOM room upon registering for the class. Building solid reading skills is essential for all successful students. In this course students build on comprehension, fluency and decoding skills while increasing and expanding their vocabulary. Our small class environment allows students to feel comfortable and confident engaging in class lessons and discussions. Students will be able to take the skills learned and apply them to everyday reading as well school assignments. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1400: Legends, Folktales and Fairy Tales
Legends, Folktales and Fairy Tales
Y1405: Kinderpoets (Ages 5-6)
Poetry for kindergarten is a great way to introduce to your children the rhythm and rhyme of learning to read. This program takes a language arts approach using many old folk tale poems and lets your child explore the vocabulary, along with comprehension, illustrations, writing, phonemic awareness and fluency in their reading. The poetry class is an extension of their everyday reading with a fun twist, allowing your child’s creativity and imagination to take hold of their learning. Your child will also have the opportunity to refine their writing skills as well as their drawing skills when they take ownership of the poems provided to them in their very own marble books. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1405: Kinderpoets (Ages 5-6)
Poetry for kindergarten is a great way to introduce to your children the rhythm and rhyme of learning to read. This program takes a language arts approach using many old folk tale poems and lets your child explore the vocabulary, along with comprehension, illustrations, writing, phonemic awareness and fluency in their reading. The poetry class is an extension of their everyday reading with a fun twist, allowing your child’s creativity and imagination to take hold of their learning. Your child will also have the opportunity to refine their writing skills as well as their drawing skills when they take ownership of the poems provided to them in their very own marble books. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1405: Kinderpoets (Ages 5-6)
Poetry for kindergarten is a great way to introduce to your children the rhythm and rhyme of learning to read. This program takes a language arts approach using many old folk tale poems and lets your child explore the vocabulary, along with comprehension, illustrations, writing, phonemic awareness and fluency in their reading. The poetry class is an extension of their everyday reading with a fun twist, allowing your child’s creativity and imagination to take hold of their learning. Your child will also have the opportunity to refine their writing skills as well as their drawing skills when they take ownership of the poems provided to them in their very own marble books. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Beginning To Write: Ages 6-7
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discount will be received at checkout. For more information call 516 463 7400. Click for Directions and Campus Map.
Y1410: Beginning To Write: Grades 1-2
This course is designed to meet the needs of emergent learners who require extra emphasis on writing skills. Students are motivated to write in a relaxed and supportive environment, using their everyday language and experiences. Imagination and creativity guide young writers to use developmentally appropriate spelling, organize their ideas and increase their awareness of punctuation. Students use the different phases of the writing process: pre-writing, revision and editing, and learn to see themselves as authors and their work as literature. Note: You may be eligible for the Saturday Classes for Young People Early Registration Discount program. If you enroll one-week before the program start date you will be entitled to a $25 Early Registration Discount per course. Discou