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  class   grade   time   teacher   description
   Afterschool_Art Camp              Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Afterschool_Art camp 2017              n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess camp_counc              n/a     
   Algorithmica k/1          11:30-12:15    n/a    

An algorithm is a step-by-step procedure or directions for doing something. Most often, an algorithm is created for a computer or a robot, but a cake recipe is an algorithm, too!
In this class, the learning is based on real-life activities (e.g. animation with zoetropes, games on coordinate plane, quest stories, tasks from CS Unplugged). We combine these activities with math /logic problems and with programming exercises (Rover/Bigtrak in class, computer games as homework).

Children learn about computers and robots, but most importantly, they develop their thinking and creativity. While solving logical problems, playing memory games or acting out the algorithms, the students gain important cognitive skills and construct mathematical and programming concepts.

Students do not need to bring laptops to this class (although some homework tasks may require use of computer). Parents are strongly encouraged to stay in class, observe and (if need be) help the students, for example: transitioning between activities, understanding the tasks, handling manipulatives and robots.

Bigtrak is a programmable electric vehicle that can remember up to 16 commands and execute them in sequence. The commants are entered through the keypad on top of the vehicle. Read more at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Trak

ReCon 6.0 is a programmable rover with accessories. It can remember nine algorithms (trips) with up to fifty commands. See the review at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ma5OqHo564I and read more: http://www.timberdoodle.com/ReCon_6_Programmable_Rover_p/322-455.htm

CS Unplugged is a collection of free learning activities that teach Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around. Read more at http://csunplugged.org/ 

   Algorithmica Robotic 1      5    10:05-11:35    n/a     
   Algorithmica Robotic 2          11:35-1:05    n/a     
   Algorithmica Robotic 3      4gr    9:00-10:00    n/a     
   Art 0              n/a     
   Art 1      k-2    10:30---11:30    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 2      k    11:45-12:45    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 2A              n/a     
   Art 3      K-3    12:50-2:20    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 3a      1    10:00-10:45    n/a     
   Art 5          1:00-1:45    n/a     
   Art 7          10:05-10:50    n/a     
   Art H          1:15-2:00    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art II_2012          NA    n/a     
   Art I_2012          NA    n/a     
   Art two      mix    12:30-2:00    n/a     
   Art x          1:20-2:05    n/a     
   Chess 0old          10:45-11:30    n/a     
   Chess 1          10:25-11:10    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess 2      2gr    1:15-2:00    n/a     
   Chess Advanced          9:45-10:30    n/a     
   Chess Beginner          1:20-2:05    n/a     
   Chess Beginners          12:50-1:35    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess C              n/a     
   Chess ccc              n/a     
   Chess EI          12:50-1:35    n/a     
   Chess Eugene          1:40-2:10    n/a     
   Chess EVB          11:05-11:50    n/a     
   Chess Interm 2      3/4    11:40-12:25    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess kkk              n/a     
   Chess Level 0          11:50-12:50    Yurii Karakashyan       
   Chess Level 1          10:40-12:00    n/a     
   Chess Level 1E          10:40-11-40    Yurii Karakashyan       
   Chess Level 2E      1st    9:30-10:30    Yurii Karakashyan       
   Chess mm      3/4        n/a     
   Chess na3              n/a     
   Chess New          1:40-2:40    n/a     
   Chess x              n/a     
   Dance I              n/a     
   Dance Parents              n/a     
   Drop_off I      pre-sch    9:45-12:30    n/a    Russian
Art
Early logic 
   Drop_off II      pre-sch    9:50-1:15    n/a    Russian
Art
Early logic 
   Early_Logic 1      Pre-K    9:45-10:30    David Ovetsky       
   English 4_New5      4    9:50 -10:35    n/a    This class will use traditional classic poetry and short fiction for children to enrich your child’s English and Language Arts skills. Critical thinking, grammar, reading comprehension, and writing in a number of modalities will be developed by using a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core. Research projects will develop naturally from the material the children read. Students will become accustomed to the stages of the writing process: brainstorming, outlining, drafting, and revising. They will also begin to develop their skills as peer editors. Weekly assignments will include grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that are designed to prepare students for PARCC. 
   English 5-6      5-6    12:30:2:05    n/a     
   English 5/6 VC      5/6        n/a     
   English 7-8      7-8    2:10:3:40    n/a     
   English Debate      9/10    2:05-3:10    Lane Lawrence       
   English en      2/3    10:30-11:30    n/a     
   English New 3(2)      1/2    9:25-10:25    n/a     
   English New 4/5 (3      4    10:30-11:30    n/a    Albert Einstein once said, “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” This class is designed to stimulate your child’s interest in reading with fairy tales, folk tales, and short poetry while reinforcing his or her academic skills with a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core. Weekly assignments will include grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Students will become familiar with all stages of the writing process and with the practice of peer review. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that review the skills the children have been learning. 
   English SAT          12:30-2:00    n/a     
   English SAT A      10/11    12:20-1:50    n/a     
   English SAT VC              n/a     
   English x      7    2:10-3:25    n/a    This class will challenge your student to develop his or her reading, writing, and critical thinking skills by combining a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core and PARCC. In addition, your student will be exposed to poetry and short fiction that then becomes the basis for analytical and creative writing assignments. Students will also be asked to read, evaluate and respond to non-fiction and to incorporate their reading into independent research projects. Weekly assignments will emphasize include grammar, vocabulary, and all stages of the writing process. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that are designed to prepare students for standardized testing and overall academic success. 
   Extra naaa              Alexander Vengerov       
   Math 07_2012              n/a     
   Math 1      1    11:30-12:30    David Ovetsky       
   Math 2          11:40-12:40    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 3          12:50-2:05    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 3 (New 4)      3    10:30-11:30    n/a    Z 
   Math 4a          10:20-11:35    Mary Marvin       
   Math 4B          10:35-11:35    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 5      4    11:40 -12:55    Mary Marvin      Math 4A will cover all material of a 4th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the PARCC Test at the end of 4th Grade.

However, the focus is on problem solving with topics studied throughout the school year, all done at a deep level. Many multi-step problems will be done in class and assigned for homework.

Included are long multiplication and division with 2 and 3-digit numbers, continuation of fractions, with addition and subtraction with different denominators, and many word problems, introduction to decimals and how they relate to fractions, and further development of geometry, area and perimeter, volume.

Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, challenging and exciting Olympiad and contest type problems will be included each week as part of the lesson. 
   Math 5ab      4 gr    12:30-2:05    n/a    This is a class for students who have deep understanding of foundations of number system, and can work comfortably with whole numbers, including addition, subtraction as well as multiplication by two-digit number, division by a one-digit number, have good understanding of fractions and decimals,

including addition and subtraction of fractions with different denominators.

We will continue with multiplication and division of whole numbers, order of operations, with multiplication of mixed numbers, multiplication and division of decimals, percentage and the connection of percent-fraction-decimals, harder word problems involving especially fractions as a part of a whole. Geometry moves to the different parts of geometric objects such as angles, focusing especially on properties of a triangle, perpendicular and parallel lines and solid figures.


In addition, every month, starting from November to March, students will participate in math competition - MOEMS. 
   Math 5b      5 gr    9:00-10:35    n/a    This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered the basics of fractions and decimals, including addition and subtraction of fractions with different denominators and beginning multiplication and division of decimals.

We will continue with multiplication of mixed numbers, multiplication and division of decimals, order of operations, percentage and the connection of percent-fraction-decimals, harder word problems involving especially fractions and percents, triangle and quadrilateral geometry. Language of algebra and algebraic expressions will be introduced.



In addition, every month, starting from November to March, students will participate in math competition - MOEMS. 
   Math 6      5    8:45-10:15    Mary Marvin      Math 5A will cover all material of a 5th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the PARCC Test at the end of 5th Grade.

However, the focus is on problem solving with topics studied throughout the school year, all done at a deep level. Many multi-step problems will be done in class and assigned for homework.

Students will deepen their understanding of fractions and decimals, and do many hard numerical and word problems with them. We will move into percentages, ratios and some introductory pre-algebra. Geometry will continue, with harder area and perimeter problems, and now area of a triangle and composite figures.

Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, there will be a heavy component of challenging and exciting Olympiad and contest type problems on topics like probability, sets, counting principles and combinatorics. 
   Math 6B      6    10:00-11:00    n/a     
   Math 7 VC      6        Mary Marvin      Math 6 will cover all material of a 6th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the PARCC Test at the end of 6th Grade.

However, the focus is on problem solving with topics studied throughout the school year, all done at a deep level. Many multi-step problems will be done in class and assigned for homework.


Students will move into topics of Pre-Algebra, including negative numbers, and the concept of a variable and simple equations and how they are useful. The topics of arithmetic – fractions, decimals, rate, ratio, percentages, will now be deepened with hard word problems on each. Geometry will continue, with more complex area, perimeter and volume problems, and now quadrilaterals and angles in polygons.

Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, there will be a heavy component of challenging and exciting Olympiad and contest type problems on topics like probability, sets, counting principles and combinatorics. 
   Math 7B new2014              n/a     
   Math 8ab      7/8    2:10-3:45    n/a    Math 8b
The class will continue the study of Algebra I. Students should already have knowledge of basic algebra techniques, equation of a line, solving 1st degree equations and inequalities, forming and solving simple algebraic word problems. We will move further into working with integer exponents, radicals, and quadratic equations, including factoring methods, solving quadratic equations, the quadratic formula, and accompanying word problems. Different kinds of equations, such as fractional, radical will be studied. 
   Math A1, Geom      7    1:00-2:30    Mary Marvin       
   Math Alg 2 VC      8        Mary Marvin      Students will continue learning how to deal with fractions, including finding common denominators for more than two fractions, multiplication of mixed numbers and more difficult fraction word problems. Decimals, to the ten-thousandths place and their equivalent fractions will be covered. Other topics will include finding the average of a group of numbers, ratio, percent, graphs and geometry such as area of a triangle and other geometric shapes besides squares and rectangles. Along with these topics some special and interesting topics like sets and probability will be introduced, we’ll look at Pascal’s triangle also. Logic problems and puzzles will be part of each lesson, as well as practice for the Common Core tests next spring so kids will be thoroughly prepared and ready. 
   Math Alg2_nSAT      7    12:35-2:05    n/a     
   Math Algebra2VC      8        n/a     
   Math Calc VC      10    Saturday 9:00-10:30    Mary Marvin       
   Math Calculus      11 gr    Saturday 10:40-12:10    n/a    An intensive and demanding mathematics class for students with a strong background in all prerequisite subject matter up to and including Precalculus. This class will prepare students to take the AP BC Calculus examination. A pllacement test is required for entrance into this class. 
   Math CalculVC      9        n/a     
   Math Early K      k    10:35-11:20    David Ovetsky       
   Math K          10:45-11:30    n/a     
   Math Kangaroo 1      1-2    2:20-3:20    n/a     
   Math Level 3_VC          7:00 Tuesday    n/a     
   Math M 6          12:30-2:05    n/a     
   Math M2b          12:30-1:15    n/a     
   Math M3b          1:20-2:55    n/a     
   Math M9c          12:30-2:05    n/a     
   Math Math 4a          2:10-3:45    n/a     
   Math mmmm      9 gr    2:10-3:45    n/a     
   Math na          9:00-9:45    n/a     
   Math na 0      1-2    Saturday 10:35-11:35    n/a     
   Math na 2      pre-k    11:35-12:20    n/a    Math Kindergarten Program
Numbers and Counting
• Recognize and write numbers (anywhere from 0-100)
• Count to 100 by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s
• Count backwards from 100

Sorting and Classifying


• Create sets and sometimes label them with the correct numeral
• Sort and classify objects using one or more attributes such as position, shape, size, color, number of corners, etc.
• Identify half versus whole
• Separate whole to parts and back to whole.

Shapes and Graphs


• Recognize the geometric shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, rhombus, pentagon, hexagon, octagon)
• Identify, copy, create and extend patterns of the objects
• Make and interpret graphs

Measuring and Comparing


• Use nonstandard objects, such as pencils, blocks, and hands, to measure length, volume, and weight
• Compare quantities by estimating, weighing, and measuring
• Compare measurements and correctly use the terms shorter, longer, taller, heavier, warmer, more, less, etc.
• Demonstrate understanding of positional relationships (above, below, more, less, top, bottom, before, after, middle, left, right)

Time and Money


• Identify coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter)
• Count coins
• Tell time to the nearest hour
• Recite the days of the week and months of the year in order

Adding and Subtracting


• Add and subtract to and from 20 mentally
• Do addition and subtraction problems to 100 using Number Line and 100 Chart.
Solving> Mathematical Problems, Puzzles, Logical Questions 
   Math nan          2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Math New 5B (4B      4    na    n/a    Math 4A and 4B


These classes are identical, that is they will follow the exact same program with the same homework each week.

Students will move further into the topic of fractions, including adding and subtracting of mixed numbers, and with different denominators. Fraction multiplication will be introduced. There will be many word problems requiring understanding of these fraction concepts. Long division and multiplication will now include 3 and 4 digit numbers. Second semester will see the introduction of decimals and how they relate to fractions. And geometry will be developed further, with more complex problems on area and perimeter, and now volume of cubes and cuboids. Along with the heavy arithmetic program, students will study exciting topics to prepare them for Math Olympiads, which they’ll start taking this year for the first time. Topics like set theory, probability, logic, and combinatorics will be taught – yes, young kids can do these things, if taught at an age-appropriate level.

Students should have a strong mastery of arithmetic through 3rd grade to succeed in this class. 
   Math notavailab          2:05-3:35    n/a     
   Math Precalcul          1:05-2:05    n/a     
   Math SAT      9    2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Math SAT,SAT i8          2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Math Saturday P          11:00-12-00    n/a     
   Math Trigon/SAT      10-12    9:00-10:30    n/a     
   Math x              n/a     
   Math xx      9gr    Saturday 9:15-10:45    n/a    This class will study second year Algebra. A strong command of Algebra I is necessary. We will study quadratic equations and their graphs more deeply, two-variable equations and inequalities, setting up and solving harder algebra word problems, more complex radicals and fractional exponents, and the notion of a function and how to work with a function.

Fall 2012 Math 8c
This is a class for students who have command of elementary algebra. We will continue with different kinds of equations, e.g., exponential, radical, absolute value, quadratic, and simultaneous linear equations. Linear inequalities, as well as inequalities in two variables will be studied. Relation of quadratic equation to the graph of a parabola will be studied. A small amount of geometry will be included, but this is NOT a geometry course. 
   Photography Parents      parents        n/a     
   Physical_Education Soccer          12:45-1:45    Victor Kligler       
   Programming_And_Imagination Begginers      2/3 grades    12:20-1:05    n/a    

In this class we use real-world activities and interactive design to help the students develop computational thinking and creativity. We do this using the Scratch programming environment, adding some robotics and math problem modeling.

We start with storytelling and animations, and move on to computer games programming. Students plan and design interactive multimedia projects, in line with their own ideas and interests. They also use microcomputer/robotics kits (Lego WeDo, Makey Makey, PicoBoard) to connect their projects with real world.

Our students learn and actively use mathematics, including areas and concepts that are not usually covered in elementary school: geometry, logic, coordinates, negative numbers, decimals, random numbers and variables.

Children bring their laptops to class. Their parents are encouraged to help them with set up, and are welcome to stay in class – to observe and help.

See our work on our Scratch website http://scratch.mit.edu/studios/183073/ and Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/SchoolPlusScratch

Scratch

is a programming (authoring) environment created by a team of psychologists, educators and programmers at MIT. It is easy to use and learn, but it allows design very complex projects. Read more at http://scratch.mit.edu/

WeDo Robotics

is a cross-curricular educational LEGO set designed to introduce the principles of robotics and engineering to elementary school students. Read more at http://www.legoeducation.us/eng/categories/products/elementary/lego-education-wedo

MaKey MaKey

is an invention kit that turns everyday objects into touchpads - for doing art, engineering, and everything in between. Read more at http://www.makeymakey.com/

PicoBoard

is a microcontroller with sensors, designed for people with creative slant. Read more at http://www.picocricket.com/picoboard.html 
   Programming_And_Imagination Intermedia      4-7    2:10-3:10    Sergey Torubarov      

In the intermediate class we continue design of interactive projects in the Scratch programming/authoring environment. We concentrate more on applications of programming (e.g. cryptography, math modeling) and on exploration of the new features of Scratch 2.0 that help learn about data structures and common algorithms (e.g. search, sorting, graph coloring).

Our students learn to put together multi-part projects, cooperate with each other and share their work. The emphasis is more on planning of the projects and on user-computer interaction than on coding.

We continue to use microcomputers and robotics kits. In addition to the hardware used in the first-year class (Lego WeDo, MaKey MaKey, PicoBoard), we apply Scratch programming to LEGO Mindstorms and Kinect. We touch upon the topics of electric circuits, circuit logic, and artificial intelligence; and tie them with mathematics.

Children bring their laptops to class. Their parents are encouraged to help them with set up, and are welcome to stay in class – to observe and help.

See our work on our Scratch website http://scratch.mit.edu/studios/183073/ and Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/SchoolPlusScratch

Scratch

is a programming (authoring) environment created by a team of psychologists, educators and programmers at MIT. It is easy to use and learn, but it allows design very complicated projects. Read more at http://scratch.mit.edu/

WeDo Robotics

is a cross-curricular educational LEGO set designed to introduce the principles of robotics and engineering to elementary school students. Read more at http://www.legoeducation.us/eng/categories/products/elementary/lego-education-wedo

MaKey MaKey

is an invention kit that turns everyday objects into touchpads - for doing art, engineering, and everything in between. Read more at http://www.makeymakey.com/
PicoBoard is a microcontroller with sensors, designed for people with creative slant. Read more at http://www.picocricket.com/picoboard.html

LEGO Mindstorms

is a series of kits are designed to create small, customizable and programmable robots. Read more at http://mindstorms.lego.com There is a national competition http://www.firstlegoleague.org/

Kinect

is an input device that enables users to control and interact with computers using gestures and body movements. See an example of using it with Scratch at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na0lX6HKeJM 
   Programming_And_Imagination Program 3      Second year class    1:05-2:05    Marina Malysheva      

In the second-year class we continue design of interactive projects in the Scratch programming/authoring environment. We concentrate more on applications of programming (e.g. cryptography, math modeling) and on exploration of the new features of Scratch 2.0 that help learn about data structures and common algorithms (e.g. search, sorting, graph coloring).

Our students learn to put together multi-part projects, cooperate with each other and share their work. The emphasis is more on planning of the projects and on user-computer interaction than on coding.

We continue to use microcomputers and robotics kits. In addition to the hardware used in the first-year class (Lego WeDo, MaKey MaKey, PicoBoard), we apply Scratch programming to LEGO Mindstorms and Kinect. We touch upon the topics of electric circuits, circuit logic, and artificial intelligence; and tie them with mathematics.

Children bring their laptops to class. Their parents are encouraged to help them with set up, and are welcome to stay in class – to observe and help.

See our work on our Scratch website http://scratch.mit.edu/studios/183073/ and Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/SchoolPlusScratch

Scratch

is a programming (authoring) environment created by a team of psychologists, educators and programmers at MIT. It is easy to use and learn, but it allows design very complicated projects. Read more at http://scratch.mit.edu/

WeDo Robotics

is a cross-curricular educational LEGO set designed to introduce the principles of robotics and engineering to elementary school students. Read more at http://www.legoeducation.us/eng/categories/products/elementary/lego-education-wedo

MaKey MaKey

is an invention kit that turns everyday objects into touchpads - for doing art, engineering, and everything in between. Read more at http://www.makeymakey.com/
PicoBoard is a microcontroller with sensors, designed for people with creative slant. Read more at http://www.picocricket.com/picoboard.html

LEGO Mindstorms

is a series of kits are designed to create small, customizable and programmable robots. Read more at http://mindstorms.lego.com There is a national competition http://www.firstlegoleague.org/

Kinect

is an input device that enables users to control and interact with computers using gestures and body movements. See an example of using it with Scratch at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na0lX6HKeJM 
   Russian 06          10:40-11:25    n/a     
   Russian 2 (new 3)      1/2    11:30-1:00    n/a    Дети из русскоговорящих семей, говорящие по-русски, знающие буквы, начинающие читать по слогам.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: словообразование, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу, составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов,
- знакомство с произведениями детской литературы, чтение и обсуждение книг из серии «Читаем по слогам»,
- разучивание стихов и песен,
- обучение письму слов и простым правилам русского языка 
   Russian 3a      3    1:00-2:30    n/a    Дети из русскоговорящих семей, говорящие по-русски и умеющие читать (быстро по слогам или целыми словами).
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: словообразование, решение ребусов, шарад, кроссвордов, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу (краткому и подробному, от первого и третьего лица), составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развитие умения сравнивать, обобщать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов в зависимости от рода, падежа, числа, употребление предлогов,
- знакомство с произведениями детской литературы, чтение и обсуждение книг
- дальнейшее развитие навыков чтения,
- разучивание стихов и песен,
- знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка, связанными с развитием речи, по учебнику Рамзаевой «Русский язык 2 класс 2 часть»,
- развитие навыков письма. 
   Russian 3B          1:00-2:00    n/a     
   Russian 4      2    1:15-2:30    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 5/6A      4/5    10:05-11:35    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 5/6B      4/5    11:40--1:10    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 6b          2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Russian 6n      5/6 gr    12:35-2:05    n/a    Дети 5-6 класса из русскоговорящих семей, хорошо говорящие по-русски и умеющие бегло читать.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: (словообразование), решение ребусов, шарад, кроссвордов, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу (краткому и подробному, от первого и третьего лица), составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, обобщать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов в зависимости от рода, падежа, числа, употребление предлогов
- знакомство с произведениями современных авторов и классиков русской и зарубежной литературы:
Лагерлёф «Путешествие Нильса с дикими гусями»
Бажов «Серебряное копытце»
Чехов «Рассказы»
Сент-Экзюпери «Маленький принц»
«Внекласное чтение. 5 класс»
- знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка, связанными с развитием речи, по учебнику Рамзаевой «Русский язык 3 класс. 2 часть»,
- развитие умения писать сочинения и изложения,
- разучивание стихов и песен 
   Russian 7777          2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Russian A      Pre-K    10:30-11:30    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian AP      8    8:45-10:00    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian B      7-8    9:25-10:25    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian Benimovich          9:45-10:35    n/a     
   Russian Biling2          10:00-10:40    n/a     
   Russian Bilingual-      10        n/a     
   Russian Biliqual_2              n/a     
   Russian BL4      3        n/a     
   Russian BL_B      7/8    10:00--10:45    n/a     
   Russian Book Club      9/10 gr    weekday afternoon    n/a     
   Russian C      1    11:40-12:40    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian I      pre-sch    9:00-9:45    n/a    Самая младшая группа.
Дети первого года обучения.
Основные направления учебной программы:
расширение словарного запаса и развитие
связной речи; изучение букв русского алфавита и начальные навыки чтения по
системе Зайцева; чтение и обсуждение детскихстихов, рассказов и сказок; разучивание и исполнение любимых
детских песенок. 
   Russian K0 new2014      K    12:30-1:15    n/a     
   Russian kk              n/a     
   Russian n/a              n/a     
   Russian na      07        n/a     
   Russian nnn              n/a     
   Russian pre_k      4 yo    9:40-10:25    n/a     
   Russian Reading      3    10:00-10:30    n/a    learn to read 
   Russian Russian 1      5-7    14:10 - 15:10    n/a     
   Russian X              n/a    Дети 6-7 класса из русскоговорящих семей, хорошо говорящие по-русски и умеющие бегло читать.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: (словообразование), решение ребусов, шарад, кроссвордов, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу (краткому и подробному, от первого и третьего лица), составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, обобщать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов в зависимости от рода, падежа, числа, употребление предлогов
- знакомство с произведениями современных авторов и классиков русской литературы,
- знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка по учебнику «Русский без границ»,
- развитие умения писать сочинения и изложения,
- знакомство с историей России. 
   Russian_as_Second_Language 0      k-2    na    n/a    For not speaking students 
   Russian_as_Second_Language 3      k-2    8:40-9:40    n/a    Russian for not speaking Russian children 
   Russian_Drama 2          12:30-1:15    n/a     
   Russian_Drama 2-3      1    9:30-10:30    n/a     
   Russian_Drama 4          1:20-2:05    n/a     
   Russian_Drama 4 advanced      2/4 gr    2:10_3:10    n/a     
   Russian_Drama D          11:10-12:25    n/a     
   Russian_Drama Drama          11:35-12:30    n/a     
   Russian_Drama II          10:40-11:25    n/a     
   Russian_Drama Studio 3          12:30-1:15    n/a     
   Russian_Drama Studio 4          1:20-2:05    n/a     
   Second_Language_Russian Bil 2          8:35:9:20    Liliya Brammer       
   Speech Speech A          10:40-11:40    n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess AC          2:30-3:15    X X       
   Afterschool_Chess B          9:20-10:05    X X       
   Art 2hours          various    n/a     
   Art A      mix        n/a     
   Art ac      5/6th    2:30-4:00    X X       
   Art B      k-presch    10:35-11:35    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art C      1/2d gr    12:55-1:55    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art D          10:50-11:35    n/a     
   Art Dr-Part      k-1    n/a    n/a     
   Art E          9:30-10:30    n/a     
   Art extra      5    2 h    n/a     
   Art GA      3/5th gr    1:40-2:25    X X       
   Art Jacob          9:15-10:55    X X       
   Art Simon Cast      k    10:30-12:00    n/a     
   Art Sophie      k        n/a     
   Art x1      1/2d gr    na    n/a     
   Art_Art_History I              n/a     
   Art_Art_History na      4    11:10-11:40    n/a     
   Art_Art_History x      1st gr    11:40 - 12:40    n/a     
   Chess 1a          1:00-2:00    X X       
   Chess Begin. 1      k-1    11:45-12:45    Roman Kharchuk       
   Chess Begin. 2          12:55-1:55    Roman Kharchuk       
   Drop_off RADT      k        n/a    For young children 3-5yo. program includes Russian, Art, Dance and Theater classes.
All classes are in Russian 
   English 1      1    11:30-12:15    X X       
   English 1A          9:20-10:05    X X       
   English 2          12:45-1:45    n/a     
   English 4          2:20-3:20    n/a     
   English 5      5    10:00-11:00    n/a     
   English 6/7      7    9:30-11:00    n/a    English6/7
This course is focused on strengthening each student’s reading comprehension skills, writing skills, and critical thinking skills within a differentiated setting that will challenge each student. Novels will be utilized as well as short stories to encourage each student to read. Since reading is an essential tool in improving writing skills, all students will be expected to complete the reading assignments in preparation for each lesson. Students will learn all parts of a basic sentence and progress through grammar and writing lessons designed to prepare each student for middle school language arts courses. Students will also receive instruction designed to increase PARC and other standardized test scores. Weekly assignments will be posted on the School Plus website.
Course addressed Common Core Standards: http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards/ 
   English 66      6    9:00:10:30    X X       
   English 7      7    11:05-12:35    Robert Capriles      English 7
This course is focused on strengthening each student’s reading comprehension skills, writing skills, and critical thinking skills within a differentiated setting that will challenge each student. Novels will be utilized as well as short stories to encourage each student to read. Since reading is an essential tool in improving writing skills, all students will be expected to complete the reading assignments in preparation for each lesson. Students will learn all parts of a basic sentence and progress through grammar and writing lessons designed to prepare each student for middle school language arts courses. Students will also receive instruction designed to increase PARC and other standardized test scores. Weekly assignments will be posted on the School Plus website.
Course addressed Common Core Standards: http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards/ 
   English 8          11:15-12:45    n/a     
   English 8/9      9    12:50-2:20    n/a    Course: English 8
Objective: To prepare each student for honors and advanced placement level English courses. Additionally, the course is designed to facilitate each student’s understanding of writing, reading comprehension, and critical thinking, which will offer each student an opportunity to eventually prepare for the college experience. Since these skills are required for individuals to excel in any career, instruction is differentiated to ensure each student is challenged and students will gain important insight into the need to utilize these skills beyond high school, the SAT, and their college experience.

Course addressed Common Core Standards: http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards/ 
   English 9/10A      8/9 gr    3:15-4:15    X X      Course: English 9/10 Fall 2012
Objective: To prepare each student for honors and advanced placement level English courses. Additionally, the course is designed to facilitate each student’s understanding of writing, reading comprehension, and critical thinking, which will offer each student an opportunity to prepare for the college experience. Since these skills are required for individuals to excel in any career, instruction is differentiated to ensure each student is challenged and students will gain important insight into the need to utilize these skills beyond high school, the SAT, and their college experience.
The following materials will be utilized (list may expand based on each student’s ability):
• Snowball: Warren Buffett and the business of Life by Alice Schroeder
• Wide Open by Larry Bjornson
• Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand (excerpts of this novel only)
• Frekonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
• Rendezvous With Destiny by Craig Shirley
• War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy (excerpts of this novel only)
• On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King
• Short texts on the U.S. Constitution
• Additional texts may be added
Course addressed Common Core Standards: http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards/ 
   English cancelled      8    12:20-2:10    X X      This course is focused on strengthening each student’s reading comprehension skills, writing skills, and critical thinking skills within a differentiated setting that will challenge each student. Novels will be utilized as well as short stories to encourage each student to read. Since reading is an essential tool in improving writing skills, all students will be expected to complete the reading assignments in preparation for each lesson. Students will learn all parts of a basic sentence and progress through grammar and writing lessons designed to prepare each student for middle school language arts courses. Students will also receive instruction designed to increase PARC and other standardized test scores. Weekly assignments will be posted on the School Plus website.
Course addressed Common Core Standards: http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards/ 
   English CD      7/8th gr    12:30-2:00    X X      Course: English 7/6 Fall 2012
Objective: To prepare each student for honors and advanced placement level English courses. Additionally, the course is designed to facilitate each student’s understanding of writing, reading comprehension, and critical thinking, which will offer each student an opportunity to eventually prepare for the college experience. Since these skills are required for individuals to excel in any career, instruction is differentiated to ensure each student is challenged and students will gain important insight into the need to utilize these skills beyond high school, the SAT, and their college experience.
The following materials will be utilized (list may expand based on each student’s ability):
• The Technologists by Matthew Pearl
• Animal Farm by George Orwell
• Tangerine by Edward Bloor
• To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
• The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
• Mark Twain’s Own Autobiography by Mark Twain (excerpts only)
Course addressed Common Core Standards: http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards/







English 5 and 6
This course is focused on strengthening each student’s reading comprehension skills, writing skills, and critical thinking skills within a differentiated setting that will challenge each student and prepare each student for middle school. Students who have previously participated in School Plus English classes will review material, but will quickly build upon what each has mastered. New students will be fine, for Mr. Lancaster will ensure each student understands the material. Novels will be utilized to encourage each student to read. Since reading is an essential tool in improving writing skills, all students will be expected to complete the reading assignments in preparation for each lesson. Students will begin with a review of a basic sentence and progress through grammar and writing lessons designed to prepare each student for middle school language arts courses. Students will also receive instruction designed to increase NJASK and other standardized test scores. Weekly assignments will be posted on the School Plus website. 
   English kB          12:40-1:25    X X       
   English ll          3:25-5:00    X X       
   English n              X X       
   English na          1:00-2:00    X X       
   English na vc1      5    7:00-8:00    n/a     
   English new 7/8          11:05-12:35    n/a     
   English VC-2      7-8    8:15-9:15    n/a     
   Introduction_to_Art extra          na    n/a     
   Math 12      6    2:35-3:35    X X       
   Math 2B      2    10:35-11:35    X X      Primary Math textbook&workbook 2a
Process skills level 2
Grade 2
Primary Math textbook&workbook 2a
Process skills level 2
The students are expected to have the following skills upon enrollment:
Add and subtract fluently within 20 and add and subtract numbers under 40 mentally through the use of number bonds. Students should also be able to count up to a 120 forward and backward beginning with any number and a given sequence. In addition, students should be able to Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 39 into ten ones and other ones.
During the year the 2nd grade students will learn the following areas of common core curriculum for math:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
• Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction within 100.
• Work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication
Number and operations in base ten
• Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones and the numbers 100, 200,….., 900 refer to one, two…., nine hundreds.
• Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s and 100s
• Read, write and compare numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals and >, =, < symbols to record the results
• Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction
• Mentally add and subtract 10 or 100 to and from a given number 100-900
• Compose or decompose tens or hundreds to add or subtract numbers under 1000.
Measurement and Data
• Measure and estimate lengths in standard units.
• Measure the length of an object twice, using length units of different lengths, for example, a centimeter and a meter, and then describe how the two measurements relate to size of the unit chosen.
• Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters and meters
• Draw a picture graph and a bar graph to represent a data set with up to four categories.
• Geometry
• Recognize and draw shapes having specific attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces
• Partition a rectangle into rows and columns of same-size squares and count to find the total number of them
• Partition circles and rectangles into two, three or four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, thirds and describe the whole as two halves, three thirds and four fourths. 
   Math 6      6    9:30-11:00    Dr. Orlov      Fall 2019

Fall 2018
Grade 5
This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 1000 using vertical algorithm as well as using mental calculation strategies; have deep knowledge of place value; know multiplication table up to 12 and related division facts, can solve multi-step word problems and have developed clear understanding of equivalent fractions.
We will continue with addition, subtraction and multiplication of fractions and decimals. Geometry moves from finding perimeters and areas of rectangles and squares to finding perimeters and areas of composite shapes, defining - points, rays, lines and line segments including parallel and perpendicular lines and types of angles and types triangles based on their angles and lengths of their sides.
Every month students will practice and take MOEM Olympiad test.
In addition, starting February we will include a series of NJ PARCC test-prep sessions. 
   Math 6A      6th gr    12:20-1:55    X X      Class 6A
This class is designed to advance and sharpen students’ math skills and actually move at a slightly faster pace. Participants should have deep understanding of the very foundations of our number system, thoroughly mastered fractions and decimals, percentage and the connection of percent-fraction-decimals, compare and contrast new knowledge with prior knowledge and come to deeper conclusions.
We will start with the four operations on integers, fractions and mixed numbers and continue with introduction to algebra, which includes writing and simplifying algebraic expression, solving equations and formulating an algebraic equation to represent problem situations. Students will be solving more challenging word problems involving fractions and percentage, ratio and rate as well as area and circumference of a circle, triangle and quadrilateral geometry, more complex area, perimeter and volume problems.
In addition, starting February we will include a series of NJ ASK test-prep sessions.
Furthermore, we will be solving many non-routine word problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. Finally, starting from November to March, students will have the opportunity to participate in the Math Olympiad, well known internationally as MOEMS. 
   Math 7      7    11:10-12:40    Dr. Orlov      Fall 2019 
   Math 7K      7th gr        X X      Fall 2012
Math 6

This is a class for students who have deep understanding of the very foundations of our number system, and can work comfortably with whole numbers, thoroughly mastered the basics of fractions and decimals, percentage and the connection of percent-fraction-decimals.
We will continue with the four operations on integers, fractions and mixed numbers, order of operation, writing and simplifying algebraic expression, solving equations and formulating an algebraic equation to represent problem situations. Students will be solving more challenging word problems involving fractions and percents, ratio and speed, area and circumference of a circle, triangle and quadrilateral geometry, more complex area, perimeter and volume problems.
Finally, we will be solving many non-routine word problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. In addition, every month, starting from November to March, students will participate in math competition - MOEMS. 
   Math 8      8    12:45-2:15    Dr. Orlov      Fall 2019 
   Math 8 prep HS      9    2:25-3:55    n/a    Fall 2019 
   Math 9      7-8    11:10-12:40    n/a     
   Math 9/10      9/10th gr    12:30-2:00    X X      SAT preparation
assistance with current school program 
   Math A      k/1    10:45-11:30    Roman Kharchuk      Grade 1
Primary math 1A textbook and workbook
Process skills level 1
The students are expected to have the following skills upon enrollment:
Add and subtract fluently within 10 and add and subtract numbers under 40 mentally through the use of number lines. Students should also be able to count up to a 100 forward and backward beginning with any number and a given sequence. In addition, students should be able to compose and decompose given numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and other ones.
During the year the 1st grade students will learn the following areas of common core curriculum for math:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
• Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction within 40.
• Understand and apply properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction
Number and operations in base ten
• Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 39 into ten ones and other ones
Measurement and Data
• Measure lengths indirectly and by repeating length units.
• Tell and write time
• Represent and interpret data
• Geometry
• Distinguish between defining attributes versus non-defining attributes; build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes
• Compose two-dimensional or three-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape and composite new shape
• Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves and fourths. Kindergarten
Students are expected to have the following skills upon enrollment:
• Know number names and count to 100 by ones
• Count forward from any given number under 20 within the known sequence
• Count objects, as many as 20, say the number names in order while pairing each object with one and only one number name 
   Math adanced      1    10:35-11:35    n/a    Primary math textbook and workbook 1A and 1B Common Core
Intensive math practice books 1A and 1B
Challenging Word Problems 1

The students are expected to have the following skills upon enrollment:
Add and subtract fluently within 10 and add and subtract numbers under 40 mentally through the use of number lines.
Students should also be able to count up to a 100 forward and backward beginning with any number and a given
sequence. In addition, students should be able to compose and decompose given numbers from 11 to 19 into ten
ones and other ones.

During the year the 1st grade students will learn the following areas of common core curriculum for math:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking

• Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction within 40.

• Understand and apply properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction

Number and operations in base ten

• Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 39 into ten ones and other ones

Measurement and Data

• Measure lengths indirectly and by repeating length units.

• Tell and write time

• Represent and interpret data

Geometry

• Distinguish between defining attributes versus non-defining attributes; build and draw shapes to possess defining

attributes

• Compose two-dimensional or three-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape and composite new shape

• Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves and

fourths. 
   Math B      2    9:30-10:30    Roman Kharchuk      Fall 2019 math A
This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 40 using vertical algorithm as well as using mental calculation strategies; know multiplication table up to 5 and related division facts; have basic understanding of fractions; can solve simple word problems including problems which involve multiplication and division.
We will continue on with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, paying special attention to mental calculation as well as developing deep understanding of a place value. We will also learn how to find a number given a sum and a difference of two numbers, how to make a whole with fractions with like denominators. We will learn how to solve problems with money, time and time intervals and other units of time.
The teacher of this class is also going to implement some of the successful lessons from Natasha Rozhkovskaya’s book “Math Circles for Elementary School Students”. These enrichment lessons will help students develop deep feeling and understanding of numbers and include the following concepts and ideas: Square and square numbers, Random Maze, Experiments with triangles and quadrilaterals, Magic wheel and secret codes, Pascal’s triangle and many more fun activities. 
   Math C      3    10:35-11:35    Zoya Koza.      This is a class for students who have mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 100 using mental calculation strategies as well as vertical algorithm. In addition, students are expected to have mastered the multiplication facts and related to them division facts up to 10 x10. We will continue on with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, paying special attention to mental calculation as well as using place value concept (vertical algorithm) for numbers up to 1000.

Students will learn rules for mental (partial) multiplication and division. Students will also learn how to compare fractions by drawing ad dividing bars, circles and other shapes and defining them on the number line. Students will be introduced to several strategies for solving multi-step word problems such as model approach, guess and check, restate and replace strategy and supposition method. Students will compute the perimeters and areas of regular and composite shapes in various measurement units and define various shapes and angles. In addition, the teacher of this class is going to implement some challenging problems from various Math Olympiad level sources. These enrichment lessons will help students develop deep feeling and understanding of numbers. 
   Math D      4    11:45-1:00    Zoya Koza.      Fall 2019 Math C (4)
This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition/ subtraction of numbers to 1000 using vertical algorithm as well as using mental calculation strategies; have deep knowledge of place value; know multiplication table up to 12 and related division facts, can solve multi-step word problems and have developed clear understanding of equivalent fractions and geometry of angles and polygons. In addition, this class is for students who have developed visible thinking skills as well as process skills such as supposition, restate and replace methods and other strategies described in the Process Skills level 3, model and heuristic (experimental) approach to problem solving.
The goal of this class is: continuous implementation of strategies described above reaching the level 4 of the Singapore math system. Level 4 is compatible only with the grade 5 of common core as well as other higher-level mathematical thinking concepts.
Every month students will practice and take MOEM Olympiad test. 
   Math Geometry I      8th    12:30-2:05    X X       
   Math Math 0              X X       
   Math Math S/P      n/a    11:45-12:45    n/a     
   Math mmm      2        n/a     
   Math n/a 3      3        n/a    Fall 2018
This is a class for students who have mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 100 using vertical algorithm as well as using mental calculation strategies; know multiplication table up to 5 and related division facts; have basic understanding of fractions; can solve simple word problems including problems which involve multiplication and division.
We will continue on with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, paying special attention to mental calculation as well as developing deep understanding of a place value for 3-digit numbers. We will also learn how to find a number given a sum and a difference of two numbers, how to make a whole with fractions with like denominators. We will learn how to solve problems with money, time intervals and units of weight and length. Students will learn how to sort out polynomials by their attributes such as length of the side and measure of angles, In addition, they will learn to find perimeters and areas of basic and composite shapes.

   Math na              X X       
   Math na1      1    9:45-10:30    n/a    Grade 2
This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 10 using number bond and number line strategies; We will continue on with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, paying special attention to mental calculation as well as using place value concept for numbers up to 20.
The teacher of this class is also going to teach some mental math strategies and engage students in visible thinking. The main idea is to help students develop deep feeling and understanding of numbers. 
   Math na2A          11:40-12:40    n/a     
   Math NNN          10:0-11:00    X X       
   Math PARCC Alge      9th gr    12:40-2:10    n/a     
   Math Prep HS Ad      8    9:30-11:00    n/a    Class 8 Fall 2017 
   Math SAT          1:50-3:20    X X       
   Math sorokina              n/a     
   Math Tests adva      8-9    2:25-3:55    n/a    Fall 2016
This course prepares seventh and eighth grade academic achievers for the competitive test that qualifies them to enter the Bergen County Academies that is considered one of the best high schools in the USA, or New York City\'s Specialized High Schools such as the Bronx High School of Science, Brooklyn Technical High School, and Stuyvesant High School, among others.

The course covers all the math topics and tricks students will need to know for the test. Emphasis throughout the course is given to solving problems without using a calculator because the use of calculators is not allowed on the Bergen Academies admission test.

The course forms a learning continuum that explores strategies specific to competitive mathematics in depth and breadth. The problem selection emphasizes comprehension, critical thinking, observation, and avoiding repetitive and mechanical procedures. Explanations and discussions focus on both reasoning and execution.

Some of the most dreaded categories of problems are thoroughly represented: mixtures, rates, and problems that engage comprehension. Mixture problems are among the problems that are underrepresented in a common school curricular while being some of the more challenging word problems on the admission tests.

As the assessments, students will take the full length BCA math practice tests that are identical in level and format to the actual BCA practice tests.

COURSE OUTLINE:

1 THE REVIEW of ARITHMETICS
2 FRACTIONS
3 DECIMALS
4 RATIO & PROPORTION
5 PERCENTS
6 STATISTICS
7 PROBABILITY
8 SEQUENCES
9 BASIC ALGEBRA & WORD PROBLEMS
10 OVERVIEW of GEOMETRY 
   Math v      2        X X      Fall 2012. Math 2

This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 100, especially mentally; have knowledge of place value; understand, recognize and correlate repeating patterns of numbers, letters and objects.
We will continue with addition and subtraction of numbers to 1000, paying special attention to mental calculation. Students will learn multiplication table up to 12 and related division facts. They will learn about standard units of length, weight and capacity in the metric and customary systems and the relationships among units. We will also cover fractions including equivalent fractions and addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominators, money, time and time intervals, graphs as well as area and perimeter. Throughout the year we will be solving harder word problems involving multiplication, division and fractions.
Last, but not least, we will be solving exciting problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. 
   Math XX          12:20-1:50    X X       
   Math_CSI na              n/a     
   MetMuseum III      5-7    6:00-7:00    Antonina Lifshits       
   Music C      mix    11:00-11:45    X X       
   Music nn      pre=sch    9:15-10:00    X X       
   Music Performanc      K        Olga Shyp      By learning singing, dancing and theatrical performance in Russian, students will unveil and enrich their musical talents and the Russian language. 
   Music preschool      3/4 yo    11:40-12:25    Olga Shyp       
   Music x          11:50-12:35    X X       
   Photography Parents      Adult    10:30-12:30    X X      Photography 
   Photography Visual Per          0:00-0:45    n/a     
   Russian 0      05 (04)        X X       
   Russian 08/09      k    10:00-10:45    X X       
   Russian 1/2 BL      pre-k    9:30-10:30    n/a     
   Russian 1/2 gr              X X       
   Russian 10      3 yo    9:00-9:45    X X       
   Russian 1345      k    09:30-10:30    n/a     
   Russian 2      1    11:40-12:25    X X       
   Russian 2new      1    9:20-10:05    X X       
   Russian 3/4n      4    9:00-10:30    X X       
   Russian 30 min          00-000    n/a     
   Russian 31 min              n/a     
   Russian 5      5    11:00-12:30    n/a    Fall 2016
Дети 5-7 класса из русскоговорящих семей, хорошо говорящие по-русски и умеющие бегло читать.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: (словообразование), решение ребусов, шарад, кроссвордов, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу (краткому и подробному, от первого и третьего лица), составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, обобщать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов в зависимости от рода, падежа, числа, употребление предлогов
- знакомство с произведениями современных авторов и классиков русской литературы,
- знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка по учебнику «Русский без границ»,
- развитие умения писать сочинения и изложения. 
   Russian 8      8/9    na    n/a     
   Russian A      k    10:50-11:35    X X       
   Russian adv (4,5,7      6-8    9:30-10:30    n/a    fall 2016 
   Russian Advanced      2-4    10:40-11:40    n/a     
   Russian Beginner              X X       
   Russian BL      hs    na    n/a    Preparation for AP Russian exam 2017 
   Russian C      2-5    11:30-12:45    n/a    Дети 2-3 классoв из русскоговорящих семей, говорящие по-русски и знающие буквы.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом, синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу, составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов,
- знакомство с произведениями детской литературы, чтение и обсуждение книг из серии «Читаем по слогам»,
- обучение чтению по слогам,
- разучивание стихов и песен,
- обучение письму слов печатными буквами и знакомство с простыми правилами русского языка по книге «Играем в слова». 
   Russian Chase new              X X       
   Russian indiv      2gr    10:20-11-20    X X       
   Russian K          9:30-10:30    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Russian mm      4        X X       
   Russian na              X X       
   Russian need help              X X       
   Russian nn      03    1:10-2:10    X X       
   Russian speakers          11:45-12:45    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Russian_Drama Theater          12:55-1:40    n/a     
   Russian_Language B          11:50-12:35    X X       
   Theater teatr          1:30:2:00    n/a     
   3-4y.o. Russian      nu-ps    9.15-10.15    Nadya Shavarina       
   4-5y.o. English      nu-k    11-12    Diana Zeltser       
   4-5y.o. Language/R      ps-1    10.20-11.05    Nadya Shavarina       
   Art 1          9.15-10.00    Nina Pascal       
   Art 2          10.10-10.55    Nina Pascal       
   Art 3          11.05-11.50    Nina Pascal       
   Art 4          12.05-12.50    Nina Pascal       
   English advanced A      7-8    12-12.45    Timothy Palumbo       
   English advanced B      8-9    1.00-1.45    Timothy Palumbo       
   Extra Linguistic      6-10    1.50-2.35    Andrey Antonenko       
   French 0      ps-1    10.05-10.50    Elena Tikhonova       
   French 1A      1-3    9.15-10.00    Tatiana Tchoubar       
   French 1B      3-7    12-12.45    Elena Tikhonova       
   French inter/adv      adults    11.10-11.55    Tatiana Tchoubar       
   Italian 1      3-7    10.10-10.55    Marina Villacis       
   Italian 2      6-10    9.15-10.00    Marina Villacis       
   Math /      4-5    9.05-10.05    n/a     
   Math 0 A_Rus      k-1    10.10-10.55    Tatiana Yurchenko       
   Math 0 B _Rus      k-1    11.05-11.50    Tatiana Yurchenko       
   Math 0_engl      k-1    11.05-11.50    Larisa Yakimenko       
   Math 1_engl      k-2    10.10-10.55    Larisa Yakimenko       
   Math 1_rus      k-2    12.05-12.50    Elena Lukina       
   Math 2_engl      1-3    10-11    Dmitry Zaslavsky       
   Math 2_rus      1-3    11.00-12.00    Elena Lukina       
   Math 3_engl      2-4    9.50-10.50    Tatyana Portnaia       
   Math 3_rus      2-4    9.50-10.50    Elena Lukina       
   Math 4 A      4-5    9:05-10:05    Andrey Antonenko       
   Math 4 B      4-5    11.00-12.00    Tatyana Portnaia       
   Math 4-5 y.o./R      ps-1    9.15-10.00    Tatiana Yurchenko       
   Math 5      5-6    10.10-11.10    Andrey Antonenko       
   Math 6 A      6-7    9.15-10.50    Corina Mata       
   Math 6 B      6-7    12.05-1.40    Alexander Kirillov       
   Math 7      7-8    9.15-10.50    Alexander Kirillov       
   Math 8      8-10    11.15-12.50    Andrey Antonenko       
   Math 9      9-11    12.05-1.40    Igor Zaliznyak       
   Physics 1      6-7    11.05-11.50    Sergey Suchalkin       
   Physics 1B      6-8    1.00-1.45    Sergey Suchalkin       
   Physics 2      7-9    11.10-11.55    Alexei Tkachenko       
   Physics 3      8-10    10.10-10.55    Sergey Suchalkin       
   Physics 4      9-11    9.15-10.00    Sergey Suchalkin       
   Russian 0 A      k-1    9.15-10.00    Tatiana Tcherevik       
   Russian 0 B      k-1    12.05-12.50    Tatiana Tcherevik       
   Russian 1 B      1-2    11.05-11.50    Tatiana Tcherevik       
   Russian 1A      1-2    10.10-10.55    Tatiana Tcherevik       
   Russian 3 A      3-5    11.05-11.50    Marta Kondratyuk       
   Russian 3 B      3-5    12.05-12.50    Marta Kondratyuk       
   Russian 4      4-6    10.10-10.55    Marta Kondratyuk       
   Russian 6      5-7    10.00-11.00    Tatiana Sorochenko       
   Russian 7      7-9    11.55-12.55    Tatiana Sorochenko       
   Russian 9      9-11    11.05-11.50    Tatiana Sorochenko       
   Russian adults beg      adults    11.05-12.05    Olga Fuchs       
   Russian beginners      ps-3    11.10-11.55    Elena Tikhonova       
   Russian interm.      6-10    10.00-11.00    Olga Fuchs       
   Russian_Literature A      5-8        n/a     
   Russian_Literature B      8-11    1.50-2.35    Tatiana Sorochenko       
   Science Earth      4-6    12.05-12.50    Dmitry Zaslavsky       
   Spanish 0      ps-1    12.10-12.55    Jennifer Zenteno       
   Spanish 1      2-5    11.10-11.55    Marina Villacis       
   Spanish 2, interm.      5-9    12.00-12.45    Marina Villacis       
   Theater Russian      ps-2    11.15-12.00    Nadya Shavarina       
   Afterschool_Chess $10              n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess $20              n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess $30              n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess 3 - 4 y. o      ps        n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess Recreation      Recreational Sports    1:20-2:20    n/a     
   Art a              n/a     
   Art I          Friday: 7:05-8:05    Teacher TBA       
   Art I          7:05-8:05    n/a     
   Art_CSI I          10:05-11:05    n/a     
   Art_CSI II-0          11:10-12:10    n/a     
   Chess CSI_I      Beginners    11:10-12:10    Jackson Hueckel       
   Chess CSI_II      Intermediate    10:05-11:05    Jackson Hueckel       
   Chess CSI_IV      Advanced    1:20-2:20    Jackson Hueckel       
   Chess CSI_V      Advanced    2:25-3:25    Jackson Hueckel       
   Chess I-5          Friday:5:30-6:30    n/a     
   Chess II-0          Friday:6:00-7:00    n/a     
   Chess III-4      Advanced    12:15-1:15    n/a     
   Chess_MidlandBeach I          6:00-7:00 Friday    Jackson Hueckel       
   Chess_MidlandBeach II          7:05-8:05 Friday    Jackson Hueckel       
   Creative_Writing III-22      3    6:00-7:00    n/a     
   Creative_Writing IV-0      4    8:00-9:00    n/a     
   English 0-Kk      K    5:50 - 6:35    n/a     
   English CSI_II      2    1:20-2:20    Natalie Sabini       
   English CSI_III/IV      3/4    9:00-11:05    Natalie Sabini       
   English CSI_SAT      10/11/12 (SAT)    11:10-1:15    Andrew Mark Mayer       
   English CSI_V/VI      5/6    11:10-1:15    Natalie Sabini       
   English CSI_VI      6    11:10-1:15    n/a     
   English CSI_VII SH      7    9:00-11:05    KellyAnne Gallo       
   English CSI_VIII S      8    11:10-1:15    KellyAnne Gallo       
   English English      3    6-7    n/a     
   English II      2    n/a    n/a     
   English III / IV      3/4    7:35-9:05    n/a     
   English III-1      3    5:30-6:30    n/a     
   English III-12      3    Thursday:7:05 - 8:35    n/a     
   English IV/V-12      4/5    Thursday:5:30-7:00    n/a     
   English IX PSAT-9      9/10 PSAT    9:00 - 11:05    n/a     
   English Test Prep      3-4        n/a     
   English V / VIn      5/6    6:00-7:30    n/a     
   English V B      5    10:50-12:25    n/a     
   English V/VI-3      5/6    Thursday: 5:30-7:00    n/a     
   English VII SHSAT-      7    Thursday:7:05-8:35    n/a     
   English VII-4      7    6:00-7:30    n/a     
   English VIII SHSAT      8    6:40-8:15    n/a     
   English VIn      6    5:00-6:35    n/a     
   English X SAT      10/11    7:00-9:00    n/a     
   English_Huguenot II      II    6:00-7:30    Natalie Sabini       
   English_Huguenot V/VI      5/6    7:35-9:05    Natalie Sabini       
   English_Huguenot VII SHSAT      7    6:00-7:30    KellyAnne Gallo       
   English_Huguenot Wedn      4/5    6:00-7:30    Natalie Sabini       
   English_MidlandBeach II/III      2-3    7:05-8:35 Thursday    Natalie Sabini       
   English_MidlandBeach IV      4    5:30-7:00 Thursday    Hilda Portalatin       
   English_MidlandBeach IV/V      5    5:30-7:00 Thursday    Natalie Sabini       
   English_MidlandBeach V/VI      6    5:30-7:00 Thursday    KellyAnne Gallo       
   English_MidlandBeach VII SHSAT      7    7:05-8:35 Thursday    KellyAnne Gallo       
   Math 0-K      K    6:00-7:05    n/a     
   Math 1      7    11:10-1:15    n/a     
   Math 10          3:00-5:20    n/a     
   Math CSI_I      1    10:05-11:05    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math CSI_II      2    11:30-1:10    Kasandra Sulton       
   Math CSI_III      3    11:10-1:15    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math CSI_IV      4    11:10-1:15    Paul Doubowsky       
   Math CSI_SAT A      10/11 (SAT)    1:20-3:25    Nader Shehata       
   Math CSI_SAT B          1:20-3:25    Paul Doubowsky       
   Math CSI_V      5    9:00-11:05    Paul Doubowsky       
   Math CSI_VI      6    9:00-11:05    Irina Goldman       
   Math CSI_VII A      7    11:10-1:15    Nader Shehata       
   Math CSI_VII B      7    11:10 - 1:15    Irina Goldman       
   Math CSI_VIII      8    1:20-2:25    Irina Goldman       
   Math Friday              n/a     
   Math grade-K      K    12:15- 1:15    n/a     
   Math I      1    Thursday:5:30-6:30    n/a     
   Math II-1      2    Thursday:6:00-7:00    n/a     
   Math II-90      2    6:00-7:30    n/a     
   Math III AA      3    11:10-1:15    n/a     
   Math III B      3    11:10-1:15    n/a     
   Math III-2      3    Thursday:5:30-7:00    n/a     
   Math III-6      3    6:00-7:30    n/a     
   Math IIIBZ      3    Thursday: 5:30-6:30    n/a     
   Math IV BZ      4    9:00-11:05    n/a     
   Math IV-3      4    Thursday: 7:05-8:35    n/a     
   Math IV-5      4    6:00-7:30    n/a     
   Math IVBZZ      4    Thursday:7:05-8:35    n/a     
   Math MB_III      3    5:30-7:00 Thursday    Irina Shmandina       
   Math MB_IV      4    7:05-8:35 Thursday    Irina Shmandina       
   Math MB_V      5    7:05-8:35 Thursday    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math MB_VI      6    7:05-8:35 Thursday    Irina Goldman       
   Math MB_VII      7    5:30-7:00 Thursday    Irina Goldman       
   Math Nick          10:50-11:35    n/a     
   Math THS_II W      1    6:00-7:30 W    Valentina Dyakova      THS 
   Math THS_III      3    6:00-7:30    Danielle Falzone       
   Math THS_IV      4    6:00-7:30    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math THS_V      5    6:00-7:30    Paul Doubowsky       
   Math THS_VI      6    6:00-7:30    Irina Goldman       
   Math THS_VII      7    7:35-9:05    Irina Goldman       
   Math V BZZZ      5    9:00-11:05    n/a     
   Math V-5      5    7:35-9:05    n/a     
   Math V-7      5    Thursday:7:05-8:35    n/a     
   Math VBA      5    Thursday: 7:05-8:35    n/a     
   Math VI BA      6    1:20-3:25    n/a     
   Math VI-8      6    Thursday: 7:05-8:35    n/a     
   Math VI-9      6    7:35-9:05    n/a     
   Math VIII SHSAT      8    5:00-6:35    n/a     
   Math VIIPractic      7    Friday: 5:30-7:00    n/a     
   Math X SAT-00      10/11    5:00-7:00    n/a     
   Math_CSI Algebra I      8/9    1:20-3:25    n/a     
   Math_CSI Geometry          1:20-3:25    n/a     
   Math_MidlandBeach II      2    5:30-7:00    n/a     
   MetMuseum I      K-1        n/a     
   MetMuseum II      2-4        n/a     
   MetMuseum III      5-7        n/a     
   OLSAT_(G&T) NNAT2 AA      Pre-K (OLSAT/NNAT2)    Friday: 5:30-6:30    n/a     
   OLSAT_(G&T) NNAT2 BB      K (OLSAT/NNAT2)    Friday: 6:35-7:35    n/a     
   OLSAT_Gifted&Talented_CSI Kindergart      K (OLSAT/NNAT2)    12:10-1:10    Nadezhda sher       
   OLSAT_Gifted&Talented_CSI PreK Engl.      Pre-K (OLSAT/NNAT2)    11:10-12:10    n/a     
   OLSAT_Gifted&Talented_CSI PreK Rus.      Pre-K (OLSAT/NNAT2)    11:10-12:10    n/a     
   Russian 11      1-2        n/a     
   Russian CSI_IV          1:20-2:20    Valentina Dyakova       
   Russian I          Thursday: 6:35-7:35    n/a     
   Russian II          Friday: 6:35-7:35    n/a     
   Russian Nick          10:00-10:45    n/a     
   Russian_CSI H.S.          2:25-3:25    Irina Tolkacheva       
   Russian_CSI I          9:00-10:00    Irina Tolkacheva       
   Russian_CSI II          10:05-11:05    Irina Tolkacheva       
   Russian_CSI III          1:20-3:25    Irina Tolkacheva       
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 76 grade      7    spring semester    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 77 grade      7    Spring Semester    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 82 grade      8    6:00 - 9:20    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 88 grade      8    Thursday: 5:30-9:00    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests Summer11      8    6:00-9:00    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests VII67      7    Spring Semester    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests VIII45      8    5:50-8:50    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests_Huguenot VIII33      8    6:00 - 9:20    n/a     
   Spanish I          Thursday: 6:00-7:00    Teacher TBA       
   Spanish II          Thursday: 7:05-8:05    Teacher TBA       
   Afterschool_Chess 2      Pre-K - 2    9:50 -- 10:35    n/a    Fall 18

Little singers

This group is formed by students from Pre-K to 2nd grade, ages 4 to 7 and intended to choral practice. Students will learn the core skills to sing in tune, in the group and individually, through a repertory of children\'s songs, sung \"a capella\" or/and with instrumental accompaniment.

The group will meet once a week for 45 minutes class/rehearsal leading to their active participation in the end-of-semester concert. 
   Afterschool_Chess 6      3-5    10:40 -- 11:25    n/a    Fall 17

Children\'s Choir

It is a selected group of students/singer​ ​from third to fifth grades, ages 8 to 10. We will meet once a week for a 45 min class/rehearsal, to learn, rehearse and prepare a selected repertory of \"a capella​\"​ or/and with instrumental accompaniment c​h​oral music from the Middle Ages to the Twenty first century, performed at the end-of-semester concert. 
   Architecture4Kids 1      2-3    11:30- 12:15    Greg Gurevich      Fall 19

Besides getting to know significant buildings and architects in the world, as well as styles, we will also do sketching, some photography outdoors, and walking tours to see nearby buildings. Kids will learn how architecture integrates art, math, science, nature and critical thinking. We will do fun projects, like building a miniature tree house, house for bird or pet, or for an imaginary creature of alien. 
   Architecture4Kids 2      6-8    10:40 -- 11:25    Greg Gurevich      Fall 19

For 12-14 years old it is a chance to learn the basics of architecture, how buildings work, how they are built through drawing and calculations. Students will learn how to assemble their own creations.

Materials to be used:

lego, wood, paper, cardboard, duct tape, straws, tooth pics, leaves and clay. 
   Architecture4Kids 5      4-6    12:20 - 1:05    Greg Gurevich      Fall 19

The class offers students a chance to get to know some of the significant buildings and architects in the world, become familiar with some architectural styles, understand how architecture incorporates art, math, science, nature and critical thinking, and have a chance to work on their own projects and create their own designs.

We will also look into the subject from age appropriate mathematical point of view: how to calculate some basic structures, area, and volume, how architects calculate how many people are allowed in a building, how stairs are calculated, and how to calculate the life-cycle cost of construction from an energy point o view. 
   Architecture4Kids New      2-3    9:50 - 10:35    Greg Gurevich      Fall 19

Besides getting to know significant buildings and architects in the world, as well as styles, we will also do sketching, some photography outdoors, and walking tours to see nearby buildings. Kids will learn how architecture integrates art, math, science, nature and critical thinking. We will do fun projects, like building a miniature tree house, house for bird or pet, or for an imaginary creature of alien. 
   Art 1      к-1    9:50 - 10:35    Alina Obeeva      Fall 19

The main premise of this class rests upon the idea that drawing is a technical skill and as such can be acquired and perfected by anyone at any age and regardless of perceived abilities.

This semester we will learn the “drawing alphabet” and will get really good at recognizing that the Five Elements of Drawing (a dot, a circle, a line, a curve, and an angle) are all around us. We will learn how to plan our work, how to concentrate, and how to take our time with our work. We will also talk about perfection and how as far as art is concerned there is no such thing as mistakes. There are, however, steps that can be taken to alter or add to those parts of our drawings that do not make us happy. This will help us talk about the way our creative process makes us feel and how to get the most out of those feelings.

We will draw from graphics and still life. We will use pencils, markers, oil pastels and crayon pastels as mediums to see how each differs from the rest and how certain mediums are more desirable for expressing our creative impulses. There will be an occasional homework assignment which will be emailed ahead of time. Enjoy the class! 
   Art 1 English      k - 1    10:50-11:35    n/a     
   Art 2      2-4    10:40 - 11:25    Alina Obeeva      Fall 19

If your child likes to draw, and you would like to develop his/her creative potential, come to this Art studio. Classes in drawing contribute to the development of excellent motor skills, imagination, perseverance, accuracy, ability to bring work to an end.

We will learn:

1. Figure and Painting: pencil, pastel, colored pencils, charcoal, markers, gouache, watercolor
composition, color
light and shadow, perspective
plot works, sketches
still life
landscapes
drawing plants, animals, people
2. Tie from the chenille wire
3. Molding from polymer clay, plasticine, and salted dough
4. Quilling, application, and collage 
   Art 3      1-2    12:20 -- 1:05    Alina Obeeva      Fall 19 
   Art Photo      5-6    10:40 --11:25    Greg Khitrov      The goal is to spend approximately 30 min on the hands on portion of the class, for the last 10-15 in we will come to class to transfer all the images into a computer, and look at few to discuss. Students need to bring any point and shoot camera of their choice. No need to invest in any expensive equipment.

By the end of the semester students will be able to create a collage of all their work to show off their artistic views. Lessons plans will be distributed 
   Chess A      mixed    9:50 - 10:35    Scott Chaiet      Fall 19

Chess has been played for thousands of years and is a great way to develop concentration skills.In the beginners class we will study the basics of chess.We will learn the rules. Basic checkmates and tactics will be studied. Opening ideas will be discussed. Lots of practice games will reinforce the principles.We will learn notation so that the students will be ready to start playing in chess tournaments. 
   Chess B      mixed    10:40 -- 11:25    Scott Chaiet      Fall 19

In the intermediate class we will learn more advanced combinations and strategies. The four basic checkmates will be studied. Opening theory will be discussed with examples from the games of Paul Morphy, Jose Capablanca , Alexander Alekhine and more. 
   Chess C      mixed    11:30 -12:15    Scott Chaiet      Fall 19

This​ ​intermediate class will review all the principles of classical chess. Hypermodern chess ideas will be looked at. The interaction of strategy and tactics will be considered as this will take the student to the next level. The student will have to bring in their games, and they will be reviewed. This area is most important to analyze their own games critically. 
   Chess D      mixed    12:20 -1:05    Scott Chaiet      Fall 19

In the intermediate class we will learn more advanced combinations and strategies. The four basic checkmates will be studied. Opening theory will be discussed with examples from the games of Paul Morphy, Jose Capablanca , Alexander Alekhine and more. 
   Chess E      mixed    1:10 - 1:55    Scott Chaiet      Fall 19

Chess has been played for thousands of years and is a great way to develop concentration skills.In the beginners class we will study the basics of chess.We will learn the rules. Basic checkmates and tactics will be studied. Opening ideas will be discussed. Lots of practice games will reinforce the principles.We will learn notation so that the students will be ready to start playing in chess tournaments. 
   Creative_Building and Craft      1-3    10:50-- 11:35    n/a    Spring 2016

We will explore basic challenges and children will be encouraged to build creatively in hands on environment. We will touch upon basic physics and engineering principles such as friction, simple levers, motion, and momentum, and various design principles.

In some sessions team building will be encouraged to solve problems like planning a city or building simple items for use around the house, in others individual work will be the focus and in either case, children will be encouraged to gain a different perspective on their environment, use creativity and imagination and have lots of fun. 
   Creative_Writing Essаy Prep      3-5    11:30 -12:15    n/a    For Fall 2015 this class will be building all around writing skills. We will still have discussions and collaborative story and essay writing. However, we will also put more emphasis on improving vocabulary and grammar.
The class is still very much oriented around helping students be comfortable with writing and figuring out how to eloquently express their thoughts through ink. 
   Dance 1      2-4    12:35 - 1:20    Kierstyn Sharrow      Fall 14

This class will focus on the fundamentals of ballet. The students will begin learning ballet terminology and the technique to execute those steps correctly. Along with enhancing the students physical awareness, they will learn to coordinate movements with music and learn how to use the music to express their artistry and creativity. Ballet class teaches discipline, the importance of routine, team work, and inspires self-motivation. The culmination of this class will be a dance performance piece showcasing all the students have learned and achieved as, not only individuals, but also as a group. 
   Dance_Movement for 4-5 y.      ps-k    9:50 - 10:35    n/a    Spring 14

CREATIVE MOVEMENT FOR THE YOUNG DANCER
This class will explore rhythm, music, movement, and coordination to create the fundamentals of all dance styles. Each week the children will progress on the knowledge from the prior class and add one new concept. Different styles of music, as well as the introduction of \"props,\" will be introduced each week to enhance creative options. By the end of the semester many of the \"building blocks\" of dance will be in place to help the children to decide which dance discipline to pursue for the future. The class will culminate in an expressive and creative dance performance for their parents and their peers. 
   Early_Logic G&T Eng      3.5-4.5    9:00 - 9:45    Mila Filatov Antonina Lifshits      Fall 19

Getting into a good school program is one of the major challenges that New York kids
and their parents have to face. As unfair and ridiculous this situation may be, letting
your children obtain some useful learning skills early, is not a bad idea.

This class is designed to develop their logic and reasoning skills, introduce basic
mathematical concepts, and help our students be more aware and learn more about
the world they live in.

During our classes we’ll work on developing better memory skill
and attention span, pattern recognition and sequencing, problem solving, creative
thinking, and verbal skills. We’ll use a lot of attractive visual aids, games and printouts
to help our little students enjoy the learning process.

While one of the class’s main goals is to prepare children for the OLSAT/BSRA test for
gifted and talented, we think that introducing them to the classroom setting will also eventually help them feel more comfortable in their school environment. 
   Early_Logic G&T in Rus      3.5-4.5    11:30 - 12:15    Alina Obeeva      Fall\'19

Taught in Russian

Getting into a good school program is one of the major challenges that NYC kids and their parents have to face. As unfair and ridiculous this situation may be, letting your children obtain some useful learning skills early, is not a bad idea.

This class is designed to develop their logic and reasoning skills, introduce basic mathematical concepts, and help our students be more aware and learn more about the world they live in. During our classes we\'ll work on developing better memory skills and attention span, pattern recognition and sequencing, problem-solving, creative thinking, and verbal skills. We\'ll use a lot of appealing visual aids, games, and printouts to help our little students enjoy the learning process.

While one of the class\'s primary goals is to prepare children for OLSAT/BSRA test for gifted and talented, we think that introducing them to the classroom setting will also eventually help them feel more comfortable in their school environment. 
   Early_Logic Russian1-1      ps-k    9:50 - 10:35    n/a    The aim of this class is to develop memory, attention and cognitive skills. It will support and develop the child\'s curiosity about the things around us, as well as help teach numeracy and spatial skills and develop logical thinking in game-based activities. Most of the assignments will improve the study skills of children by focusing their attention on rules, examples and following the procedure in solving a problem. I use methods that foster both creativity and self-control, and our homework assignments are tailored to the individual capabilities of each student. 
   English 4      4-5    9:00 - 9:45    Aidan O Connor      Fall 19


The goal of this 4th grade ELA class is to not only improve students’ ELA skills in the short term, but also introduce strong reading strategies and habits that will help students’ skills improve for years to come. The goal is also to ensure students perform to the best of their abilities on the State Exam.

Each student will finish the course with a reliable and well-developed foundation to build off in the ELA subject area. The course will tackle fiction reading, non-fiction reading, figurative language, active reading, a few ELA test-taking strategies, basic grammar, analyzing text and more. The class will also provide test prep for the 4th grade NY State Exams. Scores on these exams can be very important for students looking to gain acceptance to new Middle Schools.

Much of class and homework will involve reading and responding to text (age and grade appropriate material). Digesting complex text is an invaluable skill in both high school and college. Building strong focus and mental stamina at this age will benefit your child immensely in the years to come.

The course will focus mostly on reading comprehension and writing with a very small amount of grammar.

Students can expect 30 minutes to 1 hour of homework each week. 
   English 6      5-6    9:50 - 10:35    Aidan O Connor      Fall 19

ELA 6 will be a reading and writing enhancement course based on the sixth-grade level. The class may also be feasible for advanced 5th-grade students.

The Reading aspect of the course will be roughly 1/3 non-fiction material and 2/3 fiction material. It will focus on building advanced comprehension skills such as identifying motifs, arguments, theses, and the author\'s inspirations and goals. The class will also prepare students for the 6th grade State ELA Exam with test strategies, explanation of the exam, and practice. The writing aspect of the course will split its focus between persuasive, fact-based writing and creative, personal-based writing. The class will also feature a small amount of grammar.

Assignments will include persuasive essays, personal essays, literary-response essays, and poetry. The first half of the course will lean towards persuasive, fact-based writing (research papers, persuasive writing), the class will then send some time prepping for the State Exam in April and then will move to more creative processes in the tail end of the course.

Expect ~1 hour of homework per week, mostly writing based. Feel free to contact me with any questions about the course. 
   English ps - 1      ps -- 1    11:00 -- 11:30    n/a     
   English TestPrep      5-6    12:20 -1:05    n/a    Each lesson will consist of a do now exercise, of doing a portion of a sample test question from a Verbal Section, focusing on Comprehension. For the remainder of the class each day we will focus on test taking strategies for the material that we worked on for the lesson, the lessons that the questions bring up in the material.
Ultimately, each child will be prepared for the test taking conditions of the Gifted and Talented program. In my class I would be sure that each child works through the lesson that would be inherent in the test samples. These are lessons that would be important as determined by the New York City Department of Education for Gifted and Talented children. 
   English TestPrep-3      6    11:10 -11:55    n/a     
   Geography/History 1      5-7    11:30 - 12:30    Antonina Lifshits      Fall 19

This class will continue for the most part looking at the history of the world
chronologically, starting from the period of the late 18 th century onwards. We will start
with the subjects of American and French revolutions and continue onto the history of
the 19 th century.

We shall, however, also re-trace our steps and go back to the history
of China, India, Japan and other non-European countries in 16-18 th century and some
other parts of the world.

The students will be offered to do their own presentations on historical figures or
events. However, this year I would also like to incorporate in our classes a light version
of the book club/debate units and have some more candid discussions of issues, rather then just interesting facts. 
   Geography/History for 5-7 yo      k-2    9:00 - 9:45    n/a    Fall 17

The World History and Geography class for young children will discover ancient people and places, and fascinating facts, myth, legends, read some historical fiction and learn about geography in connection with people and historical events we will be talking about. We will start from the beginning and then make our progress through time and across the continents.

Topics:

Journey to 10,000 BC (Pre-history)

​Egypt\'s Pyramid

Mesopotamia

Israel​ 
   Geography/History New      2-4    10:40 -- 11:25    Antonina Lifshits      Fall 19



In the fall we’ll start learning about various countries around the world, their
geography, people, cultures, myths and history. There were will be plenty of interesting
stories to read and listen to, art to look at, and facts to learn. 
   Learn_And_Play 1      k    10:40 - 11:25    n/a    The aim of this class is to develop memory, attention and cognitive skills. It will support and develop the child\'s curiosity about the things around us, as well as help teach numeracy and spatial skills and develop logical thinking in game-based activities. Most of the assignments will improve the study skills of children by focusing their attention on rules, examples and following the procedure in solving a problem. I use methods that foster both creativity and self-control, and our homework assignments are tailored to the individual capabilities of each student. 
   Math 10      9    1:50 - 3:20    Liudmila Bakunets      Fall 19

10th grade program includes such areas of mathematics as trigonometry functions and their graphs, equations, inequalities, Coordinate Geometry, Functions and Variations, Graphs, Area under Graph, Trigonometry, Sets, Transformations, and Statistics.

This program is designed not only for students who have been learning Singapore Math and would like to maintain high-level math acquiring in the future, but also for those who need to improve their knowledge of mathematics to choose higher technical education in the future, or for passing various tests.

Our goal is to give students a complete picture of basic math concepts, to give an opportunity to practice obtained skills. Highly qualified teachers, high-quality selection of tasks allow students to reach their best potentials. 
   Math 10-3      7-8    8:15 -- 9:15    n/a    Spring 18

9th grade program includes such areas of mathematics as trigonometry functions and their graphs, equations, inequalities, Coordinate Geometry, Functions and Variations, Graphs, Area under Graph, Trigonometry, Sets, Transformations and Statistics.

This program is designed not only for students who have been learning Singapore Math and would like to maintain a high level math acquiring in the future, but also for those who need to improve their knowledge of mathematics to choose higher technical education in the future, or for passing various tests.

Our goal is to give students a complete picture of basic math concepts, to give an opportunity to practice obtained skills. Highly qualified teachers, high-quality selection of tasks allow students to reach their best potentials. 
   Math 1A Std      k-1    9.00 - 9:45    Marina Izrailova      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 1A STD 
   Math 1A Std New      k-1    11:30 - 12:15    Marina Izrailova      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 1A STD 
   Math 2A Std      1-2    12:20- 1:05    Edward Moubarak      Fall 19


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Primary Math Textbook 2A STD 
   Math 2A US      2    9:50 - 10:35    n/a    Fall 18


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Primary Math 2A US 
   Math 2А-1      1    12:50 - 1:35    n/a    Spring 17

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   Math 2B Std      2-3    9:00 - 9:45    Valentina Bardakov      Fall 19






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Primary Math Textbook 2B STD 
   Math 2B-1 Std      2-3    10:40 - 11:25    Marina Izrailova      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 2B STD 
   Math 2B-1 US      1-2    9:00 - 9:45    n/a    Fall 19


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Primary Math 2A US 
   Math 3A Std New      3    12:20- 1:05    Marina Izrailova      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 3A STD 
   Math 3B Std New      3    12:15 - 1:00    n/a    Fall 2019

http://www.singaporemath.com/Primary_Mathematics_Textbook_3A_STD_ED_p/pmstdt3a.htm 
   Math 4A Std      3-4    10:40 -12:10    Valentina Bardakov      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 4A STD 
   Math 4A Std-1      3-4    10:40 - 12:10    Edward Moubarak      Fall 2019

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Primary Math Textbook 4A STD 
   Math 4A US      3    12:20 - 1:50    Svetlana Fadeeva      Fall 19


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Primary Math Textbook 4A US 
   Math 4A-5      3-4    8:45 - 9:45    n/a    Spring 2016

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   Math 5A Std      5    10:40 -- 12:10    Liudmila Bakunets      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 5A STD 
   Math 5A-3      4    12:20 -- 1:35    n/a    Spring 2016

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   Math 5B Std      5-6    1:10 - 2:40    Edward Moubarak      Fall 19

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Primary Math Texbook 5B STD 
   Math 5B US-3      4-5    1:30 -- 2:30    Maya Machabeli      Spring 18

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Primary Math Textbook 5A US ED 
   Math 5B-1      5    12:00 - 1:30    n/a    Spring 17

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   Math 5B-3      5    8:30 -- 9:45    n/a    Spring 2016

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   Math 6A US      6-7    10:40 -- 12:10    Svetlana Fadeeva      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 6A US 
   Math 6B US      6-7    9:00 -- 10:30    Svetlana Fadeeva      Fall 19

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Primary Math Textbook 6B US 
   Math 6B-1      6    12:20--1:50    n/a    Fall 14

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   Math 7      7    9:00 - 10:30    Liudmila Bakunets      Fall 19

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New Elementary Textbook 1 
   Math 7-2      6    10:40 - 12:10    n/a    Spring 19

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New Elementary Textbook 1 
   Math 7A-5      6    2:05--3:05    n/a     
   Math 8      8    9:00 -- 10:30    Edward Moubarak      Fall 19

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New Elementary Mathematics. Syllabus D2

   Math 8-0      7-8    12:50 - 2:20    n/a    Fall 18

Algebraic Expressions and Equations
Rate, Ratio and Percentage
Negative Numbers
Square and Cube Roots
Rational and Irrational Numbers
Financial Transaction (Profit and Loss,
Simple and Compound Interest, Hire Purchase, Taxation and Money Exchange)
Line and Rotational Symmetry. Symmetry of Solid Figures
Angle Properties of a Polygon
Volume, Surface Area and Density
Similarity and Congruence. Scale Drawing

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New Elementary Math. Syllabus D2 
   Math 8-1      8    12:15 - 1:45    n/a    Spring 18


Algebraic Expressions and Equations
Rate, Ratio and Percentage
Negative Numbers
Square and Cube Roots
Rational and Irrational Numbers
Financial Transaction (Profit and Loss,
Simple and Compound Interest, Hire Purchase, Taxation and Money Exchange)
Line and Rotational Symmetry. Symmetry of Solid Figures
Angle Properties of a Polygon
Volume, Surface Area and Density
Similarity and Congruence. Scale Drawing

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New Elementary Math. Syllabus D2 
   Math 9      8    12:15- 1:45    Liudmila Bakunets      Fall 19


Algebraic Expressions and Equations
Rate, Ratio and Percentage
Negative Numbers
Square and Cube Roots
Rational and Irrational Numbers
Financial Transaction (Profit and Loss,
Simple and Compound Interest, Hire Purchase, Taxation and Money Exchange)
Line and Rotational Symmetry. Symmetry of Solid Figures
Angle Properties of a Polygon
Volume, Surface Area and Density
Similarity and Congruence. Scale Drawing 
   Math Club          9:55-- 10:40    n/a    Spring 19

For students interested in Mathematics we introduce our new Math Club. Its mission is to put Mathematics into a broader context, enlighten young mathematicians about old and modern famous mathematical problems and applications of mathematics in science, engineering, and our everyday life. We are also planning to introduce various and sometimes non-trivial mathematical objects and show how to work with them. 
   Math Enrichment      7    9:00 - 10:30    n/a    Main Topics Studied in Math 7:
• Algebraic Expressions and Equations
• Rate, Ratio and Percentage
• Negative Numbers
• Square and Cube Roots
• Rational and Irrational Numbers
• Financial Transactions (Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Hire Purchase, Taxation and Money Exchange)
• Line and Rotational Symmetry. Symmetry of Solid Figures
• Angle Properties of a Polygon
• Volume, Surface Area and Density
• Similarity and Congruence. Scale Drawing

Enrichment section:

1) Challenging Word Problems
2) Olympiad Problems
3) NYS Test prep (optional)
4) Math Games and Logic Puzzles 
   Math for ps-k      ps-k    9:00--9:45    n/a    Spring 14

The class we\'re going to offer this semester will partially retain the idea of the Early Logic class but will focus more on math in general rather than on specific types of problems your child may encounter during the school admission tests.
Restrained no more by these looming tests we\'ll work on solving a variety of interesting logical problems, work on learning about numbers, addition and subtraction, about numerical and geometrical concepts, simple graphs, measurements and special relationships.
Math will make its appearance in different guises. It will emerge from stories, songs, poems, pictures, and games and children will learn how it can be applied.
Writing numbers and drawing shapes is probably not going to be your child\'s favorite activity but it will help to improve your child\'s motor skills and allow him or her to do their work more independently. 
   Math K NEW      k    9:00 -- 9:45    Hope Mallawong      Fall 18

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Early Bird Kindergarten Math 
   Math K New-3      k    1:15 - 2:00    n/a    Fall 18

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Early Bird Kindergarten Math
   Math Regents      8-9    2 -- 3:15    n/a    Algebra II /Trigonometry (Common Core) 
   Math SAT New      8    1:35 -- 3:05    n/a    Fall 17

ALGEBRA 1/ Integrated Algebra (Common Core)

The class offers complete topic coverage as well as systematic preparation for the Regents Examination in Algebra I. The main goal of the course is to make sure that students have academic knowledge and the skills needed to succeed on the exam.

Along with learning basic concepts and test-taking strategies, students do a lot of challenging problems and participate in the International Mathematical Olympiad (MOEMS).

Main topics Studied:

Quadratic Equations
Simultaneous Linear Equations
Inequalities
Simple Applications of Graphs
Solving Equations and Inequalities by Graphs
Trigonometry
Transformations
Statistics
Polynomials
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   Math Trig      10-11    2:00 - 3:00    Svetlana Fadeeva      Fall 19

- basic trigonometry and the unit circle
- graphing and transforming trig functions
- basic and advanced trig identities
- the law of sines, the law of cosines
- solving oblique triangles 
   Music 1 English      k-2    9:50 -- 10:35    n/a     
   Music 1-1 Russia      pre-1    9:50 --10:35    n/a     
   Music Chorus      k-1    9:50 -- 10:35    n/a    Spring 19

Little singers

This group is formed by students from ages ​5​ to ​6​ and intended to choral practice. Students will learn the core skills to sing in tune, in the group and individually, through a repertory of children\'s songs, sung \"a capella\" or/and with instrumental accompaniment.

The group will meet once a week for 45 minutes class/rehearsal leading to their active participation in the end-of-semester concert. 
   Music Chorus 1      k-1    9:50 - 10:35    Ricardo Bustamante      Fall 19

Little singers

This class is designed to initiate preschoolers ages 3 to 5 in musical practice and collective singing. Students will learn the basics of choral singing: Correct breathing techniques, intonation, interpretation, and memorization, through fun activities and exercises involving the whole body, and will apply them to a repertory of children songs celebrating nature, friendship and music. The group will meet once a week for 45 minutes class/rehearsal leading to their active participation in the end-of-semester concert. 
   Music Chorus 2      1-2    10:40 -- 11:25    Ricardo Bustamante      Fall 19

This class is designed for returning student/singers and children ages 6 to 7, who will continue to learn the principles of choral music, like listening, pairing, tuning and performing. We will also begin to learn basic music theory and introduction to solfege (music reading). With a more difficult repertory, students will begin to sing songs in 2 voices (simple harmonization). The group will meet once a week for 45 minutes class/rehearsal leading to their active participation in the end-of-semester concert. 
   Music Chorus 3      3-5    11:30- 12:15    Ricardo Bustamante      Fall 19

Music, Choral Practice III - Parents and older students

This class is dedicated to parents and older students who want to sing in group or individually, improve their technique and expand their musical knowledge. Classes will be tailored to the needs and expectations of registered students. The group will meet once a week for 45 minutes class/rehearsal leading to their active participation in the end-of-semester concert. 
   Music Chorus 5      2-4    1:25 -- 2:10    n/a    Fall 18

Children\'s Choir

It is a selected group of students/singer from second to fourth grades, ages 7 to 9. We will meet once a week for a 45 min class/rehearsal, to learn, rehearse and prepare a selected repertory of \"a capella \" or/and with instrumental accompaniment choral music from the Middle Ages to the twenty-first century, performed at the end-of-semester concert. 
   Music_Appreciation 1      4-6    11:00--11:45    Deborah Bradley-Kramer      Fall 2015

This class will teach children to read music at sight (solfedge). By the end of this course, children will:

read and write musical notation
play notes on a piano kepboard
be able to read music
write a melody 
   Physics 1      3 -- 5    11:45-12:45    n/a     
   Physics 2      4-5    10:40-11:25    n/a     
   Physics Elementary      5-7    9:50 -- 10:35    n/a    Big physics for young mathematicians (Grade 5-7)

This program is orientated to young students, which have initial knowledge in Elementary Math, especially in School-Plus Math program. At this age there is no need for young students to know any physical equations, but if they have some interests in surrounding world and wish to know Why? How it works? Is it possible? – we are waiting for them in this class. When we’ll learn the fundamental physical laws, we will discuss where we meet them and how we use them in our life. History of building and the great engineering projects, ancient and modern inventions – all this things we’ll learn in this class with students.
Visual and computing demonstrations, animation applets and real devices, simple experiments, physical simulators and games help us to understand and make clear any complicated problems.
We’ll solve the most problems during the class hours. Any small and simple Quizzes will help us to consolidate knowledge. If the student has any special interest he/she can prepare small short report about this question and we will discuss it in the next class. There is no homework for this class. By the wishes we can start intercourse with students online. 
   Physics for Kids      2-4    9:00 -- 9:45    n/a    In this class we take amazing journey in the Mechanics Country and the City of the Simplest Mechanisms. We’ll learn how Egyptian Pyramids were build, and how Archimedes moved the ships with his hands, how the Medieval weapons worked and what does it mean: trebuchet.

This program tailored especially to young students. We will discuss different natural phenomena, make simple experiments and try to explain them.

We will talk about the great scientists, mysteries and many other interesting things about surrounding world. 
   Programming_And_Imagination HTML      6-8    11:30 - 12:15    Sergey Binder      Fall 19


Each student in this class uses​ ​registered personally for him/her sub-domain and FTP account.​ ​Each student creates and deploys on the server the web pages that are accessible from over the world.

- ​ ​Internet. Network and protocols.

- Introduction to HTML

- Using subdomain and online FTP client

- HTML tags. HTML page structure

- Text, lists, images on the page.

- Tables. Formatting Tables.

- Forms.

- Iframes

- tag

- CSS. CSS Rules

- Using CSS files. Classes.

- Decoration with CSS. Shadow, Radius

- Color. Website palette

- Text formatting

- Boxes

- Layout

- CSS menu and submenu

- Transform and transition

- Embedded video

- Audio


See examples 
   Programming_And_Imagination Scratch-1      2-3    9:50 - 10:35    Sergey Binder      Fall 19

The goal of the course is to give students the initial concepts and core competencies in areas related to information processing. The course explores the concepts of information, the algorithm, the program, and related concepts: data and data types, variables, structure - content, object, properties, functions, events and programming language.

​Topics to be covered:​

Information, code, carrier. Properties of information
Algorithm
Using Scratch to program
Information objects
Simple algorithms
Coordinates. Drawing with Scratch commands
Loops
RGB Color Model
Sorting and search. Bubble sorting algorithm
Using memory to save data
Math functions in Scratch. Drawing with using functions
Blocks, events, clones
Using sprites with costumes
Recursion
Using webcam. The computer counts my morning exercises
Audio objects. The computer says given number by words
Game programming.
Modeling. Research with the information model
The beetle-robot searches the exit in maze


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http://a1.itbind.com/presentation.html 
   Programming_And_Imagination Scratch-2      4-5    10:40 -- 11:25    Sergey Binder      Fall 19

The goal of the course is to give students the initial concepts and core competencies in areas related to information processing. The course explores the concepts of information, the algorithm, the program, and related concepts: data and data types, variables, structure - content, object, properties, functions, events and programming language.

The course is built mainly on practical training, which focuses on the independent development of algorithms and analysis of algorithms. The designing of algorithms is the most creative step in the creation of computer programs including programming for robots.

The course is designed for students who own technique of working with the computer, at least with the game software, and have basic knowledge of geometry. On the first lessons, students refresh this knowledge, including concepts of the coordinate system, point, line, geometric shapes. Course and students performed software projects must interest in programming, bring an understanding of the beauty of fine algorithms, the desire to continue learning in this direction.

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http://a1.itbind.com/presentation.html 
   Programming_And_Imagination SQL      8-9    12:40 - 1:40    Sergey Binder      Fall 19

The course covers basics of creation, manage and use a database.

Students create SQL tables, queries, stored procedures, and functions.
Students learn methods of efficient work with large data tables, search techniques, and presentation of information in a convenient format.

Practical lessons include creating websites that use SQL database, search and display the stored data on the website pages.

Students may learn website programming, attending both courses in parallel: COURSE “Web programming” and COURSE “SQL basics”. 
   Russian 1      k    9:50 - 10:35    Antonina Lifshits      Fall 19

Russian 1

The pre-requisite for this class is knowledge of alphabet and ability to read syllables
and three-letter words. It will focus on reading technique, reading comprehension and
speech development. We’ll begin from reading short words and continue on to reading
and writing short sentences. We will learn poems, songs, and play games. 
   Russian 2      1-2    9:00 - 9:45    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

In this class​ we will do a lot of reading mainly assigned as homework. In the class, we will discuss what was read at home and work on vocabulary, cultural awareness, and communication strategies.

We continue to study​ ​word-formation​, parts of speech, spelling, and​ ​noun declension. A lot of attention will be paid to grammatical and lexical skills, building up a feel for the language and increasing motivation to use it. Writing skills will be developed through various types of dictations.

Reading includes fragments of I. Krylov, S. Marshak, V. Garshin, A. Usachev, V. Oseeva, A. Kuprin, Charles Perrot,​ ​Grimms Brothers, H. Ch. Andersen. 
   Russian 3,5-4 y.o.      ps-k    9:00 - 9:45    n/a    Fall 2016

This semester I would like to offer a class, which would combine the Beginners’ Russian with the Early Logic curriculum. Russian alphabet and stories in Russian will be incorporated into math problems, puzzles, patterns and other types of logic problems. This class will not be entirely focused on the G&T tests, but it will offer a broader variety of subjects with the benefit of learning the basics of Russian literacy. 
   Russian 3-1      3-4    9:50 - 10:35    n/a    Spring 19

In this class​ we will do a lot of reading mainly assigned as homework. In the class, we will discuss what was read at home and work on vocabulary, cultural awareness, and communication strategies.

We continue to study​ ​word-formation​, parts of speech, spelling, and​ ​noun declension. A lot of attention will be paid to grammatical and lexical skills, building up a feel for the language and increasing motivation to use it. Writing skills will be developed through various types of dictations.

Reading includes fragments of I. Krylov, S. Marshak, V. Garshin, A. Usachev, V. Oseeva, A. Kuprin, Charles Perrot,​ ​Grimms Brothers, H. Ch. Andersen. 
   Russian 3-2      3-4    9:00 -- 9:45    n/a    Fall 18

As it happens, having started school our Russian-speaking children have much more opportunities to hear, speak, and read English, than they do Russian. Therefore, my Russian 3-1 class this year will focus on several important issues. First and foremost among them is reading. We will read more pages, longer sentences, richer vocabulary, greater variations in sentence patterns, more descriptive type of texts.

Learning about parts of words and speech, we\'ll spend a lot of time working on such difficult topics of Russian Language as declension and spelling. The class as a whole will be built around grammatical themes presented in the readings. In the same way, we will utilize all readings resources to develop oral speech proficiency at least to the low-intermediate level. 
   Russian 3/4      2-4    9:50 - 10:35    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

This course is designed to improve reading and writing skills.
Students will practice writing dictations, as well as their own short
sentences in a cohesive and rhythmic manner.. Exercises are tailored to
achieve the proper use of vocabulary, such as identifying and explaining
the meaning of objects, attributes, and actions. Students will gain
knowledge of interrogative, exclamatory and affirmative sentences and
strengthen reading comprehension and memory skills.

In terms of speaking skills, interactive exercises will focus on
coherent expression and formulating answers to questions. Students will
recite short stories, and enhance their speech with various details.

Reading will familiarize students with various literary genres,
including poetry and prose from classical and contemporary Russian
authors, such as Sasha Chorny, “ Kashtanka”, by A. Chekhov, \"Rainbow-Flower by Valentin Kataev to name a few. 
   Russian 4/5      4-6    10:40 -- 11:25    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

This course is designed for third-grade students with a solid
foundation of Russian. The course aims to increase students\' reading and
speaking proficiency to the level of (at least) an advanced beginner.

Our children will do a detailed, selective, and concise
paraphrasing of a text, а reading report.
A reading report that is logically consistent and accurate with respect
to the original text.

This semester we will continue to develop independent writing skills
through dictation exercises. Individual and team work will be a key to
advancing students\' oral communication skills.

Reading includes pieces:
“A Naughty Boy”, ”Oysters” by A. Chekhov , “Мystery of the Third Planet\" by Kir Bulychev and others. 
   Russian 5-7      4-5    10:55--11:40    n/a    Fall 14

As it happens, having started school our Russian-speaking children have much more opportunities to hear, speak and read English, than they do Russian. Therefore, My Russian 5 class this year will focus on several important issues.

First of them is reading. Without reading skills there can be no progress in learning any language. Related to this aspect are, of course, speaking and writing skills, and how to do them properly and advanced them.

Learning about parts of words and speech, we\'ll spend a lot of time working on such difficult issues of Russian Language as declensions and spelling.

The class as a whole will be built around grammatical topics of a chosen textbook. The book, however, will be only a basis from which we\'ll venture into various directions, studying vocabulary, different ways of building a sentence, and getting acquainted with basics of Russian literature. 
   Russian 5/6      5-6    1:10 -- 1:55    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

The curriculum of this class is best fitted for emerging readers.
We will continue reading, retelling and discussing simple (but meaningful) stories, learn poems by heart and get acquainted with rich possibilities of Russian idioms.

The focus of the class, however, will be on writing and basic grammar.
This class will reinforce reading skills, enrich vocabulary, as well as encourage our students to express their thoughts and observations correctly and coherently. 
   Russian 6/7      6-7    2:00 - 2:45    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

This course is designed for sixth/seventh grades bilingual students with a
strong foundation in Russian. It aims to increase students\' reading and
speaking proficiency to an advanced level.

Students will continue studying Russian orthography. During this
semester, they will practice writing paragraphs and short stories.

Exercises will develop the child\'s active and passive vocabulary. 
Regular homework will include reading short stories, composing and
answering questions, performing simple grammar exercises and
memorizing pieces of poetry to complement language proficiency.

The exposure to and study of contemporary and classical literature will
continue complementing the technical aspects of the course, thereby
developing students\' knowledge and understanding of Russian culture. 
   Russian 6/7-1      6-7    8::25 -- 8:55    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

This course is designed for sixth/seventh grades bilingual students with a
strong foundation in Russian. It aims to increase students\' reading and
speaking proficiency to an advanced level.

Students will continue studying Russian orthography. During this
semester, they will practice writing paragraphs and short stories.

Exercises will develop the child\'s active and passive vocabulary.
Regular homework will include reading short stories, composing and
answering questions, performing simple grammar exercises and
memorizing pieces of poetry to complement language proficiency.

The exposure to and study of contemporary and classical literature will
continue complementing the technical aspects of the course, thereby
developing students\' knowledge and understanding of Russian culture. 
   Russian 8/9      7-9    1:00 -- 2:00    Antonina Lifshits      Fall 19

This year we would like to offer a new format for our Russian class. This class for older
students will be focusing on reading and analyzing plays and poetry as well as on
writing plays and/or movie scripts based on various books and stories of students\'
choice.

Although we will certainly still pay attention to grammar and spelling, we will
mainly focus on active reading and composition. Working individually and in groups the
students will create their own texts, which may be eventually turned into our School\'s
theatre production or individual short movies.

The additional segment of this class will be dedicated to studying up for a Russian AP
test. Succeeding in this test will allow our older students to add an extra class to their
list of achievements for college. 
   Russian AP      9-11    12:30--1:30    Galina Bunin      Fall 19

Russian Advanced class will get students ready for the Prototype AP Russian Exam which will takes place in April 2020. AP Russian is intended for students in the 9th grade and above who wish to engage in the rigorous university-level study before high school graduation. It consists of four subtests, all of which are aimed at the direct assessment of language proficiency. Students in the 9th grade and above may be registered for the test.

At the end of the course, students are encouraged to take the Prototype AP Russian Language and Culture exam. Click the link below to get the 2017 Sample Exam, the last version published.

Sample Exam 
   Russian F      k-1    9:40-- 10:40    n/a    Spring 17

The course is designed for children who started to write words and read stories. The main objectives are the following:

to master quality of reading skills and techniques of understanding the consept

to keep engaged in reading&retelling the short stories to chape a child\'s expressive coherent speech

to learn how to ask/answer different type of questions

to practice complex sound combos by tongue twisters

to describe directions; to express their attitude to what is happening around

to further work on writing techniques

to introduce new grammar: animate/inanimate nouns, verbs conjugating, adjectives, pronouns and much more.

This course is designed for children who just started to read short sentences and stories. The main objectives are the following:

to further develop reading skills and techniques
to consolidate the knowledge of vowels, consonants and letters
to introduce the notion of syllable as a part of a word
to establish writing in print

Suggested exercises will contribute to attention, memory and logical thinking development, vocabulary enrichment and coherent speech ability.

The teacher opens up to the youngsters\' wonderful world of Russian language at their appropriate age level making lessons and interesting and fun game. 
   Russian Second 1      k-1    1:10 -2:10    Galina Bunin      Learners: This course is designed for k-1 students who would like to start learning Russian as foreign language. No previous exposure to or studies of Russian is necessary.

Goals: The main goals of this course are to introduce the vocabulary necessary for basic communication, to develop oral comprehension of simple sentences, questions, and directions in Russian, and to build basic reading and writing skills using Cyrillic alphabet.

Content of studies: The units are based on the principle of going from more simple to more complex structures. All four areas of language (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) are practiced during each class and reinforced with homework which will not rely on any outside help. (It is understood that student’s family does not necessarily know Russian.) Along with introducing new material, every unit actively recycles and reviews lexical and grammatical material from the previous units. The themes of this year will be focused on the learner: his or her body, family, friends, and everyday activities. The main grammatical structures that we will cover this year are: the gender and number of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives, as well as different forms of verbs, and various types of sentences.
Books. N. Vlasova. Russian as Foreign Language. Basic course – 1. This is the main textbook that may be complemented by additional materials. 
   Russian_as_Second_Language 1      4-5    9:50 -- 10:35    Marina Izrailova      Fall 19

This course designed for 9-11 years old children, who were exposed to the Russian Language in their families, but do not speak Russian fluently. It includes reviewing Russian pronunciation and intonation, a systematic review of grammar, increasing vocabulary, and developing fluency in different conversational situations, which will further develop the four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking with an emphasis on communicative competence.


We will concentrate on developing cursory reading skills and building interest in reading.
Students will be assigned appropriate homework, which includes reading short stories, writing, answering questions, learning basic rules, doing simple grammar exercises, listening recorded fairy tales and memorizing pieces of poetry. We also, use of various types of authentic and culturally significant materials, such as proverbs, sayings, tongue-twisters, riddles, and poems. 
   Russian_as_Second_Language 2      3-4    11:30-12:15    Nadezhda Zhavoronkina      Fall 19

This course designed for 8-9 years old children, who were exposed to the Russian Language in their families, but do not speak Russian fluently. It includes reviewing Russian pronunciation and intonation, a systematic review of grammar, increasing vocabulary, and developing fluency in different conversational situations, which will further improve the four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking with an emphasis on communicative competence.


We will concentrate on developing cursory reading skills and building interest in reading.
Students will be assigned appropriate homework, which includes reading short stories, writing, answering questions, learning basic rules, doing simple grammar exercises, listening recorded fairy tales and memorizing pieces of poetry. We also, use of various types of authentic and culturally significant materials, such as proverbs, sayings, tongue-twisters, riddles, and poems. 
   Russian_as_Second_Language 3      3 -- 5    12:20-- 1:05    n/a    Fall 13

Learners:

This course is designed for the 3rd -4th grade students who continue to study Russian as a foreign language. The learners in this class are not required to be fluent in speaking, reading or writing, but they would be expected to understand simple sentences, questions, and directions in Russian and to have basic reading and writing skills using Cyrillic alphabet.

Goals:

The main goals of this course are to extend the active vocabulary, to increase fluency in oral and written communication, and to develop skills necessary for independent reading of simple texts.

Content of studies:

The units are based on the principle of going from more simple to more complex structures. Along with introducing new material, every unit actively recycles and reviews lexical and grammatical material from the previous units. The themes of this year will be based on such aspects of the everyday life as school, home, family, friends, classes, books, shopping, and food. The main grammatical structures that we will cover this year are: cases of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives, as well as different types of verbs in past, present, and future tenses. 
   Russian_as_Second_Language 6      3-4    8:45 - 9:30    Svetlana Yangol      Fall 15


This year our main goal is to make smooth transition from learning letters to reading, understanding and retelling short stories. We will learn basic rules of Russian language and will build up the ability to create short phrases and dialogs. In this course we will use the book \'Reading with big letters\' by Olesya Zhukova.

Students will be assigned appropriate homework, which includes reading short stories, answering questions, learning basic rules, doing simple grammar exercises, listening recorded fairy tales and memorizing pieces of poetry. 
   Russian_Drama New      1-3    12:35 -- 1:35    n/a    Fall 19

For the Fall semester of Russian Drama we have carefully selected an assortment of the funniest numbers from \"Vrednie Soveti\" by G. Oster.

The collection of hilarious monologues and dialogues is very diverse and ensures that every child\'s role makes them feel like the star of the show, inspiring confidence.
They will create costumes, run lines, discuss the intricacies of the Russian language and improve memory all while having fun.

Russian Drama builds students\' abilities to work as a team to achieve a common goal and show it off in the final performance. 
   Science 1 New      1-2    1:10 - 1:55    Valentina Bardakov      Fall 19

This course is designed to encourage students to explore the natural world. It opens the door to the challenging world of scientific discovery and introduces young learners to scientific concepts.

Students will be provided an overview of many different types and aspects of science. The course
includes science units; life science, earth, and physical science.
Through this course students will study:

Plants and Animals
Weather
Matter
Earth
Motion and Forces

The course will have exciting hands-on activities, experiments, and field trip. With the support of
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill resources; Interactive Textbook, Reading and Writing in Science, and Activity
Lab Book, students will develop content and conceptual knowledge across a number of scientific topics.
Students will have great opportunity to participate in the United States Crystal Growing Competition. 
   Science 2      3-4    9:50 - 10:35    Valentina Bardakov      Fall 19

This course is designed to inspire students’ interest and investigation in science.
It encourages students to ask more questions, think more critically, and generate innovative ideas. Students will explore and experience a variety of areas within the field of science through the use of reading, research, discussion, participation in group and individual projects.

Young scientists will have great opportunity to participate in the United States Crystal Growing Competition. With the support of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill resources; Interactive Textbook, Reading and Writing in Science, and Activity Lab Book students will develop content and conceptual knowledge across a number of scientific topics.

Course Content:

Electricity and Magnetism
Structure of Living Things
Plant Structure and Functions
Human Body Systems
Earth’s Water and Earth’s Weather
The Solar System
Types of Matter and Changes in Matter 
   Science 3      4-5    12:20 - 1:05    Valentina Bardakov      Fall 19

This science course is designed to encourage students’ natural curiosity, foster their critical thinking skills, and inspire investigation. Students will be introduced to the nature of science. The course includes an introduction to the physics, astronomy and earth science. Students will be encouraged to explore the
relationship between science and everyday life.

Course Content:

Environments
Rocks and Minerals
Our Solar System
Matter
Energy
Light

The course will have exciting hands-on activities, experiments, and field trip. With the support of
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill resources; Interactive Textbook, Reading and Writing in Science, and Activity
Lab Book students will develop content and conceptual knowledge across a number of scientific topics.
Students will have great opportunity to participate in the United States Crystal Growing Competition. 
   Science 4      4-6    12:35 - 1:20    n/a    Fall 18

This course designed to encourage students to develop an interest in science and help them to pursue STEM careers in the future. In this class, we will have Biology, Chemistry, Physics as well as Math components. I will try my best to mak it appropriate for 4th and 5th graders. Attendance, homework, being in class on time, as well as proper behavior, is expected. No previous knowledge of the subjects mentioned above is required except for grade appropriate level of Math.

The class will have lectures, practical experimental components, as well as videos, quizzes and field trips. I hope that this course will help in creating future Researchers, Medical Doctors, Engineers as well as Science Teachers. I look forward to this class and hope that it will be an inspiration for my students.


Students will be introduced to:

Solar System
Why is it important to study the Solar System?
Why do we need to learn about the Sun?
Landforms: Face of the Earth
Shat is an example of a landform?
What are the factors that shape the different landforms in the world?
Electrical System
Flow of Electricity
Effects of an Electric Current
Electrical System of the Body
Interactions through the Application of Forces
Type of forces
Measuring Force
Effects of Forces
What is Pressure?
Energy and Work Done
Energy Changes
Sources of Energy
Chemical Changes
Types of Chemical Changes -- Interactions between Matter
Movement of Atoms during Chemical Reactions
Effects fo Chemical Changes -- Friends or Foes?
Interactions within Ecosystems
Ecosystems
Conserving the Environment 
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 19      7    10:40 -- 12:40    Aidan O Connor      Fall 19

The curriculum includes complete topics coverage as well as systematic SHSAT preparation. The primary goal of the course is to make sure that students have an academic knowledge of Math and ELA and the skills needed to succeed on the exam.

Students will both study the curriculum knowledge necessary to succeed on the exam but will also study and practice key test taking strategies that have been proven to increase children\'s scores. The course also provides (abbreviated) practice exams periodically (5 in total) in order to assess your child\'s performance and growth. The course also provides a brief introduction to the schools that are available to get into as well as educates students on how the SHSAT scoring works and personally customized ideas on what are the best ways to improve your overall score.

The course includes:

-Vital practice questions that cover all tested material
-Proven score-raising strategies with an emphasis on improving math and verbal skills
-25 important math subjects/concepts covered on the exam
-Practice Reading Comprehension passages (non-fiction, literary, and poetry).
-Full-length practice tests and the most up-to-date information about the test 
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests 20 New      7    10:40 - 12:40    Aidan O Connor      Fall 19

The curriculum includes complete topics coverage as well as systematic SHSAT preparation. The primary goal of the course is to make sure that students have an academic knowledge of Math and ELA and the skills needed to succeed on the exam. Students will both study the curriculum knowledge necessary to succeed on the exam but will also study and practice key test taking strategies that have been proven to increase children\'s scores.

The course also provides (abbreviated) practice exams periodically (5 in total) in order to assess your child\'s performance and growth. The course also provides a brief introduction to the schools that are available to get into as well as educates students on how the SHSAT scoring works and personally customized ideas on what are the best ways to improve your overall score.

The course includes:

-Vital practice questions that cover all tested material
-Proven score-raising strategies with an emphasis on improving math and verbal skills
-25 important math subjects/concepts covered on the exam
-Practice Reading Comprehension passages (non-fiction, literary, and poetry).
-Full-length practice tests and the most up-to-date information about the test 
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests Fall 18      7    10:40 -- 12:40    n/a    Fall 18


The class offers complete topics\' coverage, Math and ELA as well as systematic SHSAT preparation. Started on October 28th 2017. Students will take SHSAT in October 2018. 
   Singing in Russ      ps    10:00 -10:45    n/a    Fall 15


My music lessons will engage children\'s minds and bodies through a mixture of singing, acting and the use of percussion instruments (i.e. xylophones, triangles, rhythm sticks).

Children will learn how to appreciate classical music: I’ll play piano pieces from children\'s repertoire, written by the great classical composers. Kids will listen stories about these compositions.

Some elementary musical grammar will be presented as well.
Singing is stressed as the foundation for musicianship. Learning the children\'s favorites’ songs, folk and composed music is fun not only for kids, but for the whole family. 
   Singing in Russ-1      1-2    11:05 - 11:50    n/a    Fall 15

Every lesson consists of three parts:

exercises for development of rhythm and ear-training, and choral singing, basic rules of pitch and rhythm notation, intervals recognition

popular songs from cartoons and movies learned

history and evolution of music, how music began, and how it has evolved over thousands of years; stories about famous composers: Vivaldi, Handel, Beethoven Mozart, Chopin 
   Tests_preparation Hunter      6    12:50 - 2:20    Aidan O Connor      Fall 19

​The course should only be taken by students who are planning on taking the exam in January 2020 and who want to get a head start on building the foundations necessary to succeed on the Hunter Entrance Exam. We will cover the three sections of the exam: Reading, Writing, and Math.

The Reading portion will include reading comprehension of high-level (~8th grade) fiction. It will mainly feature works from the turn of the 20th century. The writing will focus on writing a strong 5-paragraph personal essay within time constraints. The Math will focus on creative problem solving and cover a range of topics from basic algebra and geometry to probability and pattern recognition. The math will feature problems similar to those seen on statewide Math contests.

Since this course is for 5th graders, it will focus first on introducing all of these concepts before moving on to mastering them, which will take a significant amount of time and work. The course will be focused and serious with homework assigned each week that must be completed. Parents should make sure students enter the course with a serious commitment to it. Students should expect an hour of homework per week. 
   Tests_preparation Hunter new      5    12:50:12:20    Aidan O Connor      The course should only be taken by students who are planning on taking the exam in January 2021 and who want to get a head start on building the foundations necessary to succeed on the Hunter Entrance Exam. We will cover the three sections of the exam: Reading, Writing, and Math.

The Reading portion will include reading comprehension of high-level (~8th grade) fiction. It will mainly feature works from the turn of the 20th century. The writing will focus on writing a strong 5-paragraph personal essay within time constraints. The Math will focus on creative problem solving and cover a range of topics from basic algebra and geometry to probability and pattern recognition. The math will feature problems similar to those seen on statewide Math contests.

Since this course is for 5th graders, it will focus first on introducing all of these concepts before moving on to mastering them, which will take a significant amount of time and work. The course will be focused and serious with homework assigned each week that must be completed. Parents should make sure students enter the course with a serious commitment to it. Students should expect an hour of homework per week. 
   Yoga f/ Adults1      Adults    9:00 - 10:00    Luba Tverskoy      Spring 19

Small group yoga classes for parents tailored to the students\' needs. We will start with a gentle version and gradually build up complexity as people become more confident and comfortable with what they do. 
   Yoga f/ Adults2      Adults    10:05 -- 11:05    Luba Tverskoy      Spring 19

Small group yoga classes for parents tailored to the students\' needs. We will start with a gentle version and gradually build up complexity as people become more confident and comfortable with what they do. 
   Introduction_to_Art I      k/1st gr        Antonina Lifshits       
   Introduction_to_Art II      2-4        Antonina Lifshits       
   MetMuseum I Saturday      K-2    4:00-5:10    Antonina Lifshits       
   MetMuseum II Sat      3-7    4:00-5:10    Antonina Lifshits       
   MetMuseum III Sun      K-2    1:00pm    Antonina Lifshits       
   MetMuseum Sat II A      3 - 7    5:30 - 6:45pm    Antonina Lifshits       
   MetMuseum Sunday IV      3-8    2:30pm    Antonina Lifshits       
   Camp Counselors              n/a     
   Extra III_2003              n/a     
   Extra II_2004              n/a     
   Extra IV_2000/01              n/a     
   Extra I_2005              n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess Introducti          2:40-3:40    n/a     
   Art I          1:30-2:30    Gala Rokhinson       
   Art II          1:30-2:30    Gala Rokhinson       
   Chess 1          12:10-1:10    Mark Jacobson       
   Chess D              n/a     
   Chess II          1:30-2:30    Mark Jacobson       
   Chess III          2:40 - 3:40    n/a     
   Dance_Movement I          9:50-10:50    Maria Shchelkova       
   Dance_Movement II          11:00-12:00    Maria Shchelkova       
   Dance_Movement III          12:10-1:10    Maria Shchelkova       
   English A          12-12:45    n/a     
   English B              n/a     
   English C              n/a     
   English D              n/a     
   English SAT          1:00-2:30    Mary Sirangelo       
   Math 1-2A          11:00-12:00    Anna Mehrabyan       
   Math 1-2B          11:00-12:00    Crystal Liu       
   Math 2A          9:50-10:50    Irena Gobernik       
   Math 2B          11:00-12:00    Irena Gobernik       
   Math 2C          1:30-2:30    Irena Gobernik       
   Math 3A          1:30-2:30    Mariam Pogosyan       
   Math 3B          11:00-12:00    Mariam Pogosyan       
   Math 4-5          12:10-1:10    Irena Gobernik       
   Math 6          2:40-3:40    Irena Gobernik       
   Math 7-8          1:30-2:30    Ben Wolfson       
   Math HS          12:10-1:10    n/a     
   Math K          12:10-1:10    Anna Mehrabyan       
   Math P              n/a     
   Math SAT          2:30-4:00    Mary Sirangelo       
   Math Statistics          12:10-1:10    Gary Shah       
   Music D              n/a     
   Russian 1          12:10-1:10    Nadia Gedzberg       
   Russian 2          9:50-10:50    Ella Garrone       
   Russian 2A              Lora Shneider       
   Russian 3              Nadia Gedzberg       
   Russian 3-4          1:30-2:30    Nadia Gedzberg       
   Russian 3A          12:10-1:10    Ella Garrone       
   Russian 7-9          11-12    Ella Garrone       
   Russian f          12:45-1:45    n/a     
   Russian hs          1:30-2:30    Liudmila Smirnova       
   Russian K          9:50-10:50    Nadia Gedzberg       
   Russian pre-K          11:00-12:00    Nadia Gedzberg       
   Russian_as_Second_Language R1          12:10-12:55    Julia Kotenko       
   Russian_as_Second_Language R2          11:00-12:00    Julia Kotenko       
   Russian_as_Second_Language R3          9:50-10:50    Julia Kotenko       
   Art I          Friday    n/a     
   Chess I          12:50-1:50    Konstantin Kipnis       
   Chess II          11:45-12:45    Eric Balck       
   Chess III/IV          1:20-2:20    Eric Balck       
   English I      1    2:25-3:25    n/a     
   English II-1      2    7:15-8:15    n/a     
   English III      3    9:00-11:05    n/a     
   English III / IV      3/4    7:05-8:35    Graziella Fornarelli       
   English V/VI      5/6    5:30-7:00    Graziella Fornarelli       
   English VII SHSAT      7    7:05-8:35    KellyAnne Gallo       
   English VIII SHSAT      8    5:30-7:00    KellyAnne Gallo       
   Mark_Twain_Science V      5    Spring Semester    KellyAnne Gallo       
   Math I      1    5:30 - 6:30    n/a     
   Math II      2    5:30-7:00    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math II B      2    11:10-12:45    Elena Talalay       
   Math III      3    5:30-7:00    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math III C      3    2:10-3:45    n/a     
   Math IIIB      3    6:40-8:15    n/a     
   Math III_South      3-4    6:50-7:50    n/a     
   Math IV      4    5:30-7:00    Svetlana Fadeeva       
   Math IV B      4    5:30 - 7:05    HoLing Lo       
   Math IVB      4    6:40-8:15    n/a     
   Math Kindergart      K    6:35-7:35    n/a     
   Math SAT      10    7:15-8:45    Dr. Paul Doubowsky       
   Math V      5 (Mark Twain Prep)    7:05-8:35    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math VI      6    7:05-8:35    Svetlana Fadeeva       
   Math VI B      6    7:05-8:35    n/a     
   Math VII SHSAT      7    5:30-7:00    Irina Goldman       
   Math VIII SHSAT      8    7:00-8:30    Irina Goldman       
   Math X SAT      10/11    Bay Terrace Location    Dr. Paul Doubowsky       
   OLSAT_(G&T) A Russian      pre-K (OLSAT/NNAT2)    5:30-6:30    Yael Ms.       
   OLSAT_(G&T) B English      pre-K/K (OLSAT/NNAT2    6:35-7:35    Yael Ms.       
   Russian I          7:05-8:05    n/a     
   Russian V          10:00 - 10:45    Anna Besonov       
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests VII      7    7:00-9:00    n/a     
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests_MidlandBeach VIII      8    6:00- 9:20 Thursday    Paul Doubowsky       
   Afterschool_Chess 2B              Melanie Lerner       
   Afterschool_Chess 3/4      3/4        n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess 5/6          4:30-6:00    n/a     
   Art 04          12:30-1:15    n/a     
   Art 05          11:30-12:15    n/a     
   Art 07/08      pre-sch    9:00-9:45    n/a     
   Art 07A      k        n/a     
   Art I              n/a     
   Art II B      05_06        n/a     
   Art III      2-5    10:05 - 10:50    Julia Shaternik      In this class we will concentrate on learning and drawing process. We learn about different kinds of animals and land homes including woodlands, grasslands, shrub lands, dry lands, mountains and lowlands. They also learn principles of art such as symmetry, repetition, balance, emphasis. 
   Art M I      Mixed    13:10 - 14:10    Julia Shaternik      In this class students master painting, drawing and sculptural
techniques. Young artists develop their own styles while acquiring
strong traditional design skills. Relevant art historical references
enrich each creative activity. Students see themselves in greater
cultural context as they move towards their personal artistic goals. 
   Art M II Eng      Mixed    14:10 - 15:10    Julia Shaternik      In this class students master painting, drawing and sculptural
techniques. Young artists develop their own styles while acquiring
strong traditional design skills. Relevant art historical references
enrich each creative activity. Students see themselves in greater
cultural context as they move towards their personal artistic goals. 
   Art One      mix    2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Art PreK-2      PreK-2    12:00 - 12:45    Julia Shaternik      This class is designed to provide children with an inviting creative setting where they will be free to engage in the process of discovering color, paint, markers, oil pastel, crayons and clay. They will gain confidence in self-expression and artistic exploration through a hands-on experience. By experimenting with different art media and exploring new art techniques, children develop creativity, fine motor skills and hand – eye coordination. This class is introduced to the children in a playful and energetic way and is led by an artist who knows and loves how preschoolers process creative ideas. 
   Art_Art_History I      Mixed    12:20 - 13:20    Elena Ivanova       
   Art_Art_History I (A)      Mixed    10:00 - 11:00    Elena Ivanova       
   Art_Art_History II      Mixed    11:15 - 12:15    Elena Ivanova       
   Chess A4      4/5 gr    12:30-1:15    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Beginner      Mixed    11:10 - 12:10    Anthony Kozikowski      Acquaintance with chess starts with chess basics. Children become familiar with the chess board and chess pieces; they learn general rules and allowed moves step by step; they learn the goal of the Game – Mate; begin to understand other outcomes such as Stalemate and Draw; learn notation for recording moves. Children learn the three stages of the Game: Opening, Middlegame, Endgame; fundamentals of Strategy and Tactics; beginnings and endgames. Children learn by analyzing simple positions and by practicing playing the game in every class. 
   Chess Beginner M      Mixed    Mon, 5-6pm    Timothy Lynch      This class is for mixed level players (Beginners/Early Player):
Children learn to concentrate on one and two-move checkmates, as well as various combinations featuring queen sacrifices, double attacks, discovering checks, and many other useful tactical elements, or just quiet moves that eliminate the opponent\'s potential flight squares (depending on class level). Children participate in the instructor led analysis of simple parties; Children continue to study various strategies and tactics of playing chess. Children practice by playing against each other and the instructor. 
   Chess EA          10:15-11:00    n/a     
   Chess EB          12:00-12:45    n/a     
   Chess Interm A      Mixed    10:10 - 11:10    Anthony Kozikowski      An indispensable part of this class is the study of \"immortal\" games played by world champions (Kasparov, Fisher, Alekhin), as well as games of today\'s strongest grandmasters. Theoretical knowledge is supported by practicing playing the game in every class. Children learn advanced strategy and ideas behind openings, middlegames and endgames. At home, students practice by working on various assignments such as games to analyze and studies to solve. Students are trained and encouraged to participate in chess competitions between regional branches of SchoolPlus and other tournaments in New York and New Jersey. Rated players are welcome. 
   Chess Interm B      Mixed    12:15 - 13:15    Anthony Kozikowski       
   Chess Interm. II      Mixed    Tue, 4:30-5:30    Anthony Kozikowski       
   Chess OLC I          Fri, 3-4pm    Timothy Lynch       
   Chess OLC II          Fri, 4-5 pm    Timothy Lynch       
   Creative_Writing I      3-5    11:15 - 12:15    Holly Woodward       
   Creative_Writing I (MORA)      3 -5    Mon, 4-5pm    Holly Woodward      SELF DISCOVERIES

Adventures in Inventing Ourselves

A subway poster in NYC says, “As a student, Einstein was no Einstein.” He had to discover his particular genius, which meant finding his passion and arranging his life so he could pursue it. The world has not been designed to discover, understand and nourish each individual’s unique gifts. This workshop is.

This project is an exploration of what resonates for students, and their own natures, talents and ambitions. We see how those three must be connected to achieve success.

Each student chooses to research a different discoverer from history and science,focusing on the drama of a breakthrough moment, which they try to convey through a presentation or through a journal they create, pretending they are witnessing the discovery. If time permits, we can embellish the journals with old-fashioned touches and drawings.

A key element of this class involves students learning to use, as a mental toolbox for lifetime learning, various brainstorming techniques of top think tanks at IBM and Google.
The aim will be self-exploration and articulation.

An easy tie-in is a show or reading on one of the great discoverers, or a field trip to Liberty Science Center or the Edison center. 
   Creative_Writing II (MORA)      6-8    Mon, 5:15-6:15 pm    Holly Woodward       
   Dance dance              n/a     
   Dance_Movement (Russian)      PreK-1    12:15 - 1:00    n/a    The Movement and Dance class at SchoolPlus Hudson introduces children to elements of Modern, Folk and Ballroom Dancing. Movement and Dance classes are taught by Ms. Nadia Lemega. Ms. Lemega is a choreographer and dance teacher with over 20 years of experience working with children of all ages, from as young as 3 years old to teenagers. Her repertoire includes modern and jazz dances as well as such world famous folk dances as Gapak, Hava Nagila, Quadrille, Polka and Sirtaki to name a few… 
   Dance_Movement I      PreK - K    11:00 - 11:50    n/a     
   Drop_off Drop Off      Any    9:00 - 13:00    Yulia Pokushaeva       
   Drop_off Sibling          9:00 - 13:00    Yulia Pokushaeva       
   Early_Logic & Math K (      K    12:10 - 12:55    Dr. Chandra Budi      This class is designed to help very young children develop their thought process, which is the main foundation of learning preparedness. Children who are encouraged to understand the process of thinking tend to be inquisitive, creative, confident, compassionate, and communicative.

This class goes beyond preparing children to learn mathematics; the main goal of the class is to provide a tool for children to understand their own thinking, hence enabling them to understand events and the environment around them.

For example, a thoughtful child will understand that sharing is not about getting a reward in the end; rather, a child will understand that it is about caring for a friend, having a friend to talk to and to play with. By the same token, a child who understands the logic of shapes will be able to understand that a triangle isn\'t just a shape that exists on paper or in his/her mind, rather it exists around us; he/she will be able to tell us that a mountain is shaped like a triangle, an ice cream cone is shaped like a triangle or to be a bit more advanced, two triangles can make another kind of shape all together... This kind of inquiry process will go infinitely.

What should you expect from the class? Mostly we will focus on interactive and communicative activities; we do not do as much drilling and repetition as our Mathematics class does. Rather we focus on building the core of \"thinking\" and explore them through verbal and written interactions, as well as pictorial usage for children who are still acquiring English. Please note: written interaction doesn\'t mean your child needs to be able to write, rather the teacher will use tools such as journals or lists or other writing means to help children in understanding their thoughts.

We hope to see you in class; nothing is worth more noting in any learning experiences than the building of a thought. 
   Early_Logic PreK A      3-4 yo    11-11:45    Dr. Chandra Budi       
   Early_Logic Russian      ps    12:30 -- 1:15    n/a     
   English Advanced              n/a     
   English C      5 - 6    11:10 - 12:10    n/a     
   English I      3-4    tbd    MacAdam Smith       
   English II A      k -2    11:00 - 11:45    MacAdam Smith      This class will encourage students to further develop a joy in reading and writing as outlets for creative imagination. Students will read and discuss stories in ways that
expand their critical comprehension of English and will explore the fundamentals of English through projects that engage them to think creatively. During the semester
students will work in groups to create stories and short plays that they will perform for the class, promoting both reading and writing skills. 
   English Workshop I      Mixed    tbd    n/a    HIDDEN TREASURE
There’s a new recreational craze among young people on the Internet, and it involves getting out and exercising! It’s called letterboxing.

Young people from elementary schools to colleges are hiding boxes with writing in parks and public spaces all over the country. Clues are posted on the Web so others can search for the hidden treasures.
Searchers follow mathematical, geographical and logical clues posted on the Internet to find boxes. The rewards are student writings on various themes: history, wildlife, writing
and art. Each box contains an artistic rubber stamp so the searchers can stamp a field book as proof that they solved the clues and found the location.
Students can search for previously created hidden boxes or create a series of their own for other classes to hunt down. We start by with themes of relevance to each group’s current studies, then create stamps and booklets of student ideas and writing. They can be hidden on school grounds and posted on the school website as a challenge for other students now and in future years.
This is a great way to introduce students to a free recreational activity that can motivate them to hike various parks throughout their lives. 
   Extra 1a-04          11:30-12:15    n/a     
   Introduction_to_Art PreK      3 - 5 yo    10:00 - 10:45    Mey Veral      This class is designed to provide children ages 3-5 years old with an inviting creative setting where they will be free to engage in the process of discovering color, paint, markers, oil pastel, crayons and clay. They will gain confidence in self-expression and artistic exploration through a hands-on experience. By experimenting with different art media and exploring new art techniques, children develop creativity, fine motor skills and hand – eye coordination. This class is introduced to the children in a playful and energetic way and is led by an artist who knows and loves how preschoolers process creative ideas. 
   Introduction_to_Art Russian      3 - 5 yo    11:00 - 11:45    Anna Karbashyan       
   Math & Logic K      K    10:00 - 10:45    Dr. Chandra Budi      This class is designed to help very young children develop their thought process, which is the main foundation of learning preparedness. Children who are encouraged to understand the process of thinking tend to be inquisitive, creative, confident, compassionate, and communicative.

This class goes beyond preparing children to learn mathematics; the main goal of the class is to provide a tool for children to understand their own thinking, hence enabling them to understand events and the environment around them.

For example, a thoughtful child will understand that sharing is not about getting a reward in the end; rather, a child will understand that it is about caring for a friend, having a friend to talk to and to play with. By the same token, a child who understands the logic of shapes will be able to understand that a triangle isn\'t just a shape that exists on paper or in his/her mind, rather it exists around us; he/she will be able to tell us that a mountain is shaped like a triangle, an ice cream cone is shaped like a triangle or to be a bit more advanced, two triangles can make another kind of shape all together... This kind of inquiry process will go infinitely.

What should you expect from the class? Mostly we will focus on interactive and communicative activities; we do not do as much drilling and repetition as our Mathematics class does. Rather we focus on building the core of \"thinking\" and explore them through verbal and written interactions, as well as pictorial usage for children who are still acquiring English. Please note: written interaction doesn\'t mean your child needs to be able to write, rather the teacher will use tools such as journals or lists or other writing means to help children in understanding their thoughts.

We hope to see you in class; nothing is worth more noting in any learning experiences than the building of a thought. 
   Math 3      3        n/a     
   Math C              n/a     
   Math I      1    11:15 - 12:15    James Osborn       
   Math II      2    9:00-10:00    Dr. Chandra Budi       
   Math III      Gr. 3    9:00-10:00    n/a     
   Math IV      3-4    10:10 - 11:10    James Osborn      Before we start to build on our math facts students need to really understand the laws of arithmetic. This program teaches operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals in a systematic way. It shows that basically the rules of arithmetic are universal. The program provides students with many non-routine, multi-step arithmetic problems. Different methods of solving various kinds of word problems are discussed. In addition to Arithmetic, there are some exciting topics such as Combinatorics, Pigeonhole principle and logic problems. You might find the lessons in the Geometry section particularly interesting. Students learn to use logic, geometric facts and calculations.

This program is targeted to 4th and 5th grade students and it is aligned with focal points of Standards for School Mathematics developed by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). 
   Math M I      6 -7    9:00 - 10:30    Yakov Rolbin       
   Math M II      7-8    10:45 - 12:15    Yakov Rolbin      At this level, math students need to know and really understand basic laws and rules of algebra. This program teaches the algebraic rules from the simplest to more advanced, formulas and applications. The program includes many types of word problems and shows how they can be solved. Besides Algebra, the program includes several enrichment topics such as Mathematical Induction, Advanced Combinatorics, Logic games, Fibonacci numbers. You might find particularly interesting the lessons in the Combinatorics section. Students learn to use logical reasoning, systematic approaches to problem solving, calculations and algebraic transformations. This class also prepares students for the admission tests into the selective High Schools.

This program is targeted to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students and is aligned with Focal points of Standards suggested by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) 
   Math math 1b          9:50-10:35    n/a     
   Math math 2a          10:40-11:25    n/a     
   Math na      5        n/a     
   Math V      5    10:10- 11:10    Beth Beaver       
   Math V (B)      5 - 6    12:40 - 14:10    n/a     
   Math VI      6    9:00- 10:00    Beth Beaver       
   Math VII      Gr 7    12:20 - 1:50    James Osborn       
   Mommy_and_Me_Art I      2 - 3.5 yo    11:00 - 11:45    Mey Veral       
   Mommy_and_Me_Art Russian      2 - 3.5 yo    10:00 - 10:45 am    Anna Karbashyan       
   Mommy_and_Me_Music & Mvmt      1.5-3.5 yo    10:00 - 10:45 am    Mey Veral       
   Mommy_and_Me_Music I      18 mo - 3 yo    11:05 - 11:50    Arina Baranova       
   Mommy_and_Me_Music Russian      1.5 - 3.5 yo    11:00 - 11:45    Julia Vogman      Приглашаем на развивающие игровые музыкальные занятия детишек от 9 месяцев до 3-х лет вместе с их родителями. Наши занятия позволяют ребенку не только в увлекательной и игровой форме войти в мир музыки, но и развивают умственные и физические способности, а также способствуют социальной адаптации ребенка.

Занятия проходят в игровой форме и построены на частой смене деятельности, что обеспечивает постоянный интерес детей: «А что же будет дальше?»

Содержание занятий:
- Подвижные игры, ритмика, логоритмика
- Пальчиковые игры, развитие мелкой моторики
- Развитие речи, дикции, интонирование
- Развитие слуха
- Игра на детских музыкальных инструментах
- Пение на разных языках

Через все уроки красной нитью проходит музыка. Наряду со стихами А. Барто, С. Маршака, и народными потешками, в программе используются с детства знакомые нам песни «Чунга Чанга», «Песня про улыбку», «В лесу родилась елочка», «Спят усталые игрушки» и многие другие.

Важную роль в раннем развитии ребенка играют не только педагоги, но и родители. Разделите радость от игры с вашим малышом и процесс обучения станет увлекательным, красочным и радостным. 
   Mommy_and_Me_Music Russian I      10 - 24 mo    9:15 - 10:00    n/a    Приглашаем на развивающие игровые музыкальные занятия детишек от 9 месяцев до 3-х лет вместе с их родителями. Наши занятия позволяют ребенку не только в увлекательной и игровой форме войти в мир музыки, но и развивают умственные и физические способности, а также способствуют социальной адаптации ребенка.

Занятия проходят в игровой форме и построены на частой смене деятельности, что обеспечивает постоянный интерес детей: «А что же будет дальше?»

Содержание занятий:
- Подвижные игры, ритмика, логоритмика
- Пальчиковые игры, развитие мелкой моторики
- Развитие речи, дикции, интонирование
- Развитие слуха
- Игра на детских музыкальных инструментах
- Пение на разных языках

Через все уроки красной нитью проходит музыка. Наряду со стихами А. Барто, С. Маршака, и народными потешками, в программе используются с детства знакомые нам песни «Чунга Чанга», «Песня про улыбку», «В лесу родилась елочка», «Спят усталые игрушки» и многие другие.

Важную роль в раннем развитии ребенка играют не только педагоги, но и родители. Разделите радость от игры с вашим малышом и процесс обучения станет увлекательным, красочным и радостным. 
   Music & Mvmt (R)      2 - 3.5 yo    11:00 - 11:45    n/a     
   Music Russian          10:00-10:30    n/a     
   Music SA B      PreK - 2    12:00 - 12:45    n/a    Занятия включают в себя:
- разучивание песен;
- использование сказок и фольклорных произведений
- музыкально-ритмические игры;
- прослушивание классической музыки;
- шумовой оркестр. 
   Music Sing Along      3-6 yo    12:00 - 12:45    Julia Vogman      Занятия включают в себя:
- разучивание песен;
- использование сказок и фольклорных произведений
- музыкально-ритмические игры;
- прослушивание классической музыки;
- шумовой оркестр. 
   Music_Appreciation I      K - 3    12:20 - 1:20    n/a     
   Piano Intro A      PreK    11:00 - 11:45    n/a     
   Piano Intro B      k -2    12:00 - 12:45    n/a     
   Pre-K_Enrichment A      PreK    10:00 - 10:45    Julia Vogman      Комплексный урок, направленный на развитие логики, разных видов памяти (ассоциативной, зрительной, тактильной, слуховой) развитие речи, подготовки ручки к письму. Также дети учат цифры и буквы, получают общие знания об окружающем мире, учатся строить простейшие умозаключения. Занятие разбито на несколько блоков, не более 10 минут каждое, таким образом, во время обучения происходит постоянная смена видов деятельности, поэтому дети не успевают устать и не начинают скучать от однообразных заданий.. Интегрированное занятие обеспечивает всестороннее развитие способностей ребенка, способствует формированию самых необходимых навыков, обогащает новыми знаниями. 
   Pre-K_Enrichment B      Pre-K    10:10 - 10:55 am    Oksana Rayskaya      Комплексный урок, направленный на развитие логики, разных видов памяти (ассоциативной, зрительной, тактильной, слуховой) развитие речи, подготовки ручки к письму. Также дети учат цифры и буквы, получают общие знания об окружающем мире, учатся строить простейшие умозаключения. Занятие разбито на несколько блоков, не более 10 минут каждое, таким образом, во время обучения происходит постоянная смена видов деятельности, поэтому дети не успевают устать и не начинают скучать от однообразных заданий.. Интегрированное занятие обеспечивает всестороннее развитие способностей ребенка, способствует формированию самых необходимых навыков, обогащает новыми знаниями. 
   Reading_Comprehension I      1-2    10:05 - 11:05    MacAdam Smith       
   Russian 1          9:00-9:45    n/a     
North Brunswick, NJ
   Russian 10      5/4 gr    10:40-12:15    n/a    1. Работа над пониманием прочитанного включает в себя объяснение незнакомых слов и словосочетаний ( словарная работа) ; ответы на вопросы по прочитанному или прослушанному тексту и пересказ его ; понимание значений крылатых выражений (идиом). 2. Расширение словарного запаса : работа с синонимами , антонимами, омонимами . 3. Развитие связной речи и речевого творчества (устного и письменного) . 4. Совершенствование техники чтения и грамматических навыков
для учеников 5а класса эта работа проводится на материале прозаических произведений Н. Носова, Э.Успенского, В.Голявкина, К.Булычёва, В. Железникова, Е.Пермяка, Б. Житкова и поэтических произведений И. Бунина, И. Крылова, В. Берестова, Д. Хармса (поэтические минутки).
В изучении грамматики русского языка используются материалы программы Т.Г.Рамзаевой «Русский язык» 4 класс, часть 1. 
   Russian 18          11:45-1:15    n/a     
   Russian A      pre-sch    1:30-2:15    n/a     
   Russian B      PreK - 1    tbd    n/a    This class is designed for 4-6 year old children who are able to communicate in Russian on their age appropriate level. At this point in the year they are familiar with most or all letters of Russian alphabet and are able to read syllables and simple words with confidence.
The goals of this class are to develop oral communication skills, to increase the size of active vocabulary, to improve writing and reading skills.
By the end of the year the students are expected to reach the level of reading where they all are able to read fluently short sentences ad short texts on the primer level. Their writing skills should include printing short simple sentences.
Weekly homework will consist from reading and writing exercises and activities to improve writing skills and increase vocabulary. 
   Russian Bilingual_          1:20-2:05    n/a     
   Russian IIB      pre-sch/k    12:30-1:15    n/a    Russian 2d advanced
Дети 4-6 лет из русcкоязычных cемей,орошо говорящие по-русски. Основные аправления учебной программы:расширение словарного
запаса и развитие связной речи;
дальнейшее развитие начальных навыков
чтения и письма;чтение и обсуждение детских стихов, рассказов и сказок; разучиваниеи исполнение любимых детских песенок 
   Russian IV      Gr. 3-6    10:00 - 11:00    Inga Gvenzadze       
   Russian Level I      PreK - K    11:15 - 12:15    Oksana Rayskaya       
   Russian Level II A      K - 2    11:15 - 12:15    Oksana Piseckaya       
   Russian Level II B      Mixed    9:00 - 10:00    Oksana Piseckaya      This class is for children who have strong conversational Russian and/or are reading and writing in Russian. 
   Russian Level III      Mixed    10:10 - 11:10    Oksana Piseckaya       
   Russian na              n/a     
   Russian nn      3/2 gr    na    n/a     
   Russian SL (Kids)      Mixed    9:00 - 10:00 am    Oksana Rayskaya      This class is designed for children who have limited to none Russian comprehension and conversational skills. The objective of this class it to develop and improve child\'s understanding of Russian spoken language and conversational skills... 
   Russian SL Adults      Mixed    tbd    Inga Gvenzadze      This class will focus on developing children\'s vocabulary, comprehension, reading and writing in Russian. This class is for children with very limited or nonexistent conversational Russian and limited ability to understand Russian. 
   Russian TBD A      TBD    9:00 - 9:45    n/a     
   Russian VB_2011          12:40-1:55    n/a     
   Russian_Chorus 1/k      k/2d fr    12:00-12:45    n/a    Russian in Music 
   Russian_Drama 1              n/a     
   Russian_Drama I      Mixed    12:20 - 13:20    Oksana Rayskaya      Задачи театральной студии:
развитие активного речевого запаса;
работа с голосом и интонациями;
воспитание культуры речи;
развитие навыков выразительного чтения, культуры диспута и выступления перед зрителями;
знакомство с основами сценического мастерства;
развитие памяти и воображения;
участие в написании сценариев и постановках студии.

На занятиях дети играют в языковые и ролевые игры, развивают технику речи, сочиняют и разучивают тексты, песни и танцы; придумывают костюмы и декорации, участвуют в спектаклях. 
   Speech a          9:20-10:05    n/a     
   Swimming Rec      family    2:00-3:00    n/a     
   Ukranian_Language Beginner      K - 2    tbd    n/a     
   Ukranian_Language I      Mixed    tbd    n/a     
   Ukranian_Language PreK-K      PreK - K    tbd    n/a     
   Afterschool_Art Drawing      Ages 6-12    Mon. 5:30-7:00    n/a     
   Afterschool_Art Drawing II      Ages 10-13    Mon. 6:30-8:00    n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess Prep      Gr. 3-6    Mon. 5:30-7:00    n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess Theatre      Mixed    Wed. 6:30-8:00    n/a     
   Art 1      Mixed    Sun 10:50-12:05    n/a     
   Art II      Mixed        n/a     
   Art K/1      Mixed    Sun 12:10- 1:10    n/a     
   Art Toddlers 1          Sun 10:15-11:00    n/a    This class will be taught in Russian. 
   Art Toddlers 2          Sun 11:05-11:50    n/a    This class will be taught in Russian. 
   Chess CC          12:20-1:35    n/a     
   Chess I      Beginners    10:35-11:50    Giorgi Bakhtadze       
   Chess II      Intermediate    11:55-1:10    Giorgi Bakhtadze       
   Chess III      Advanced    9:15 - 10:30    Giorgi Bakhtadze       
   Creative_Writing Literary M      Mixed    Sun 2:05 - 3:05    n/a     
   Early_Logic K      K    9:30-10:30    Irina Shmandina       
   Early_Logic Pre-K      pre-K/K    10:35-11:35    Irina Shmandina       
   English 3      3/4    11:55-1:10    n/a     
   English 4/5      4/5    10:35-11:50    n/a    This class will focus on the inherent creativity found in language in order to foster a love of reading and writing early on. I\'ll be using things like magnetic poetry sets and other word games, as well as group work, music, and crafts to engage the students in ways that may be different from, and possibly more challenging than, a traditional school setting. 
   English Writing I      4/5/6    10:50-12:05    n/a     
   Math G&T Prep E      PreK    Sun 11:15 - 12:15    n/a    This class will be taught in English. 
   Math G&T Prep R      PreK    Sun 10:10-11:10    n/a    This class will be taught in Russian. 
   Math gr 6              n/a     
   Math Grade 2      2 gr    11:55-1:10    Irina Shmandina       
   Math Grade 3      3 gr    10:35-11:50    Edward Moubarak       
   Math Grade 4      4 gr    11:55-1:10    Edward Moubarak       
   Math Grade 8/9      8/9    1:40-3:10    n/a     
   Math Grade K/1      K-1    9:30-10:30    Irina Shmandina       
   Math Grades 5/6      5-6 gr    9:30-10:45    Len Golub       
   Math Grades 7/8      7/8 gr    1:30-3:00    Len Golub       
   Math SHSAT Prep      7/8    Sun 9:45- 11:00    n/a     
   Mommy_And_Me a              n/a     
   Mommy_And_Me Art II      3 yo        n/a     
   Music music              n/a     
   Music NA      2-3 yo        n/a     
   Music NA1      18-24 mo.        n/a     
   Music Pre K-K      Pre K-K        n/a     
   Music Russian So              n/a     
   Music_Improvisation I      Gr. 4-6        n/a     
   Music_Improvisation II      Gr. 7-8        n/a     
   Russian 1          9:30-10:30    Elena Failaev       
   Russian 2      K    10:35-11:50    Marina Milkis       
   Russian 3      2/4    11:55-1:10    Marina Milkis       
   Russian 4          9:15-10:30    Marina Milkis       
   Russian 5          10:35-11:50    Marina Terentyeva       
   Russian nn      4    Sun 12:20-1:35    n/a     
   Russian Theatre          Sun 1:40 - 2:55    n/a     
   Russian toddler 1              n/a    This class will be taught in Russian. 
   Russian_Chorus Gr. 5-8      Gr. 5-8        n/a     
   Russian_Drama 1      2-3 years old    9:30-10:30    Elena Failaev       
   Russian_Drama 2      4-5 years old    10:35-11:35    Elena Failaev       
   Chess 1          Wed 5:40 - 6:25    n/a     
   Chess 2          Wed 6:30-7:15    n/a     
   Chess E      4-5    12:20    Ilya Figler       
   Early_Logic Russian      preK    Mon 4:30 - 5:15    Antonina Lifshits      The main objective of the class is to supply children with basic skills and familiarize them with essential concepts, which would create a solid foundation for their further studies, and eventually help them in their transition into the general school education system. The set curriculum of these lessons does not imply, however, that they are going to be “formal” in the sense of being “dry and boring”.

Choosing various interesting topics for each lesson, we’ll learn about numbers, shapes, colors and patterns, solve logical problems and puzzles, work on memory and motor skills, and explore various ways of creating classifications.

We’ll also focus on studying Russian language. Alphabet, basics of reading and writing, text comprehension, vocabulary, and speech development are all going to be our primary targets in this class. 
   English 2      2    Mon 6:10-6:55    Dianela Firpo       
   English 4      4    Wed 5:20-6:05    Dianela Firpo       
   English 5      5    Wed 4:30-5:15    Dianela Firpo       
   Geography/History for kids      k-1    Wed 5:00-5:45    Antonina Lifshits      Spring 2013

This class will be dedicated to the studies of the wider world, primarily to its geography (where?), history (when?) and curious natural phenomena (how?). We’ll look at the pictures, talk and read about interesting people, places, and events, but we’ll also try to find answers to many unexpected questions children may bring to the classroom.

Playing games, reading, making art projects, and having a lot of interesting discussions all along is the only way your teacher conducts this class.

It would not only add to the kid\'s sum of knowledge, but also would help them develop and improve their verbal skills and their ability to reason and communicate their own ideas. 
   Math 1A NEW      k    9:00 - 9:45    Valentina Bardakov       
   Math 1B      1    Wed 3:45 - 4:30    Eugene Skrypkin      Singapore Math
Primary Math Textbook
Primary Math Workbook
Primary Math Intensive Practice 
   Math 2      2    Mon 5:20 - 6:05    Dianela Firpo      Flow of the Math Classes

Review of homework (10 minutes)
Teach new content (30 minutes). This includes:

A. Teach Content (Textbook)
B. Modeling (Workbook)
C. Guided Practice (Workbook)
D. Independent Practice (Workbook)
E. Application of skills in a higher
level (Intensive Practice 10 min.)
Two questions from previous New York State Assessments (Practice -- 10 min.)
Copy homework - 10 minutes 
   Math 3A      3    Mon 4:30-5:15    Dianela Firpo      Primary Math Textbook
Primary Math Workbook
Primary Math Intensive Practice 
   Math 4B      4    Wed 4:35 - 5:20    Eugene Skrypkin      Primary Math Textbook
Primary Math Workbook
Primary Math Intensive Practice

Flow of the Math Class

Review of homework (10 minutes)
Teach new content (30 minutes). This includes:

A. Teach Content (Textbook)
B. Modeling (Workbook)
C. Guided Practice (Workbook)
D. Independent Practice (Workbook)
E. Application of skills in a higher
level (Intensive Practice 10 min.)
Two questions from previous New York State Assessments (Practice -- 10 min.)
Copy homework - 10 minutes 
   Math 5A      5    Wed 4:35 - 5:35    Eugene Skrypkin      Primary Math Textbook
Primary Math Workbook
Primary Math Intensive Practice


Flow of the Math Class

Review of homework (10 minutes)
Teach new content (30 minutes). This includes:

A. Teach Content (Textbook)
B. Modeling (Workbook)
C. Guided Practice (Workbook)
D. Independent Practice (Workbook)
E. Application of skills in a higher
level (Intensive Practice 10 min.)
Copy homework - 10 minutes 
   Math 6A      6    Wed 6:30-7:30    Eugene Skrypkin       
   Math SAT TestPr      5-6    1:45 - 3:00    Yelena Jacome       
   OLSAT_(G&T) English      preK    Mon 3:45 -- 4:30    Antonina Lifshits      The main objective of the class is to supply children with basic skills and familiarize them with essential concepts, which would create a solid foundation for their further studies, and eventually help them in their transition into the general school education system. The set curriculum of these lessons does not imply, however, that they are going to be “formal” in the sense of being “dry and boring”.

Choosing various interesting topics for each lesson, we’ll learn about numbers, shapes, colors and patterns, solve logical problems and puzzles, work on memory and motor skills, and explore various ways of creating classifications.

We’ll also focus on studying English language. Alphabet, basics of reading and writing, text comprehension, vocabulary, and speech development are all going to be our primary targets in this class. 
   OLSAT_(G&T) English 2      K    Mon 4:35-5:20    Antonina Lifshits       
   Russian K-1      K-1    Wed 4:35-5:20    Antonina Lifshits      The main objective of the class is to supply children with basic skills and familiarize them with essential concepts, which would create a solid foundation for their further studies, and eventually help them in their transition into the general school education system. The set curriculum of these lessons does not imply, however, that they are going to be “formal” in the sense of being “dry and boring”.

Choosing various interesting topics for each lesson, we’ll learn about numbers, shapes, colors and patterns, solve logical problems and puzzles, work on memory and motor skills, and explore various ways of creating classifications.

We’ll also focus on studying Russian language. Alphabet, basics of reading and writing, text comprehension, vocabulary, and speech development are all going to be our primary targets in this class. 
   Russian RSL 3-6      3-6    Mon 5:25-6:10    Antonina Lifshits       
   Russian_as_Second_Language RSL      3 and up    Mon 5:25 - 6:10    Antonina Lifshits       
   Art_and_Art_History_Gr6-7_Mon_3-00_4-00 AH      6-7    Friday 2:45 - 3:45    Ricardo Roig      Introducing new and innovative approaches to drawing, painting, sculpting and various other forms of art making, this class demonstrates each child\'s ability to form their artistic voice. Each lesson, underpinned with a period or movement and an artist from European and American Art History, is crafted to teach to each child\'s creativity in order to bring about creative problem solving skill sets essentially necessary in today\'s world. Breaking down rules and relationships between form and color, appropriate for each level of class, allows students to see progress with their artwork and helps them to gain more of a focus for design and creation. Fun, energetic, challenging, very educational and surprising, are all ways in which to describe this class guided with the enthusiasm for Art, by an emerging professional local artist, Ricardo Roig. 
   Art_Mondays_5-6pm AH      K - 4    Mon 5 - 6 pm    Ricardo Roig      Introducing new and innovative approaches to drawing, painting, sculpting and various other forms of art making, this class demonstrates each child\'s ability to form their artistic voice. Each lesson, underpinned with a period or movement and an artist from European and American Art History, is crafted to teach to each child\'s creativity in order to bring about creative problem solving skill sets essentially necessary in today\'s world. Breaking down rules and relationships between form and color, appropriate for each level of class, allows students to see progress with their artwork and helps them to gain more of a focus for design and creation. Fun, energetic, challenging, very educational and surprising, are all ways in which to describe this class guided with the enthusiasm for Art, by an emerging professional local artist, Ricardo Roig. 
   Art_Thursdays_5-6pm AH      4-8    Thur 5-6 pm    Ricardo Roig      Introducing new and innovative approaches to drawing, painting, sculpting and various other forms of art making, this class demonstrates each child\'s ability to form their artistic voice. Each lesson, underpinned with a period or movement and an artist from European and American Art History, is crafted to teach to each child\'s creativity in order to bring about creative problem solving skill sets essentially necessary in today\'s world. Breaking down rules and relationships between form and color, appropriate for each level of class, allows students to see progress with their artwork and helps them to gain more of a focus for design and creation. Fun, energetic, challenging, very educational and surprising, are all ways in which to describe this class guided with the enthusiasm for Art, by an emerging professional local artist, Ricardo Roig. 
   Chess_Beginners       Mixed    Tue: 4:30-5:30    Anthony Kozikowski       
   Chess_Inter_I       Mixed    Thu: 4:30 - 5:30    Timothy Lynch       
   Chess_Inter_II       Mixed    Thu: 4:30 - 5:30    Anthony Kozikowski       
   Creative_Writing I      3 - 5    Fri: 4:30-5:30    Holly Woodward       
   Creative_Writing II      6 - 8    Tue: 4:30 - 5:30    Holly Woodward       
   Dance_Movement Intro          Thu: 4:45 - 5:30 pm    Irina Chiguryov       
   Introduction_to_Art I      PreK - K    Thu: 4:30 - 5:30    Mey Veral       
   Math M II      7-8    Fri: 4:30 - 5:30    Nicole Imthurn       
   Math VI      5-6    Wed: 4:30-5:30    Nicole Imthurn       
   Math_I       1    Mon: 4:30 - 5:30    Beth Beaver       
   Math_II       2    Wed: 4:30-5:30    Eileen Vanderheyden       
   Math_III       3    Tue: 4:30-5:30    Eileen Vanderheyden       
   Math_IV       3-4    Thu: 4:30 - 5:30    Beth Beaver       
   Mommy_and_Me_Art I      2 - 3.5 yo    Wed: 11-11:45    Anna Karbashyan       
   Mommy_and_Me_Art Russian I      2 - 3.5 yo    Wed; 10 - 10:45    Anna Karbashyan       
   Mommy_and_Me_Music I      18 mo - 3 yo    Fri: 11-11:45    Arina Baranova       
   Mommy_and_Me_Music Russian I      18 mo - 3 yo    Fri; 10:00 - 10:45 a    Arina Baranova       
   Reading_Comprehension I      1-3    Thu: 4:30 - 5:30    MacAdam Smith       
   Russian Beginners      Mixed    Thu: 4:30-5:30    Inga Gvenzadze       
   Russian_as_Second_Language I      5-8    Tue: 4:30-5:30    Olga Slavnina       
   Russian_as_Second_Language_Adults Beginner      n/a    Mon: 7:30 - 8:30pm    n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess intro (7 -      2-4    12:00 - 13:00    Valeria Moumdjian      How do computers work? How do they think? Computer Science is a fascinating subject that explores these very questions.In this class, learning is based on challenging, hands-on fun activities, designed for children of a range of ages, which introduces them some of the building blocks of how computers work—without using a computer at all!Many of the activities are mathematically based, e.g. exploring binary numbers, mapping and graphs, patterns and sorting problems. Others link in well with the technology curriculum, and the knowledge and understanding of how computers work. The children are actively involved in communication, problem solving, creativity, and thinking skills in a meaningful context. 
   Art Intro to A      pre K    10:45 - 11:30    Julia Shaternik      This class is designed to provide children ages 5 - 8 years old with an inviting, creative setting where they will be free to engage in the process of discovering color, paint, markers, oil pastel, crayons and clay. They will gain confidence in self-expression and artistic exploration through a hands-on experience. By experimenting with different art media and exploring new art techniques, children develop creativity, fine motor skills and hand – eye coordination. This class is introduced to the children in a playful and energetic way and is led by an artist who knows and loves how preschoolers process creative ideas. 
   Art_Art_History intermedia      1 - 5    11:00 - 12:00    n/a    Introducing new and innovative approaches to drawing, painting, sculpting and various other forms of art making, this course demonstrates each child\'s ability to form their artistic voice. Each lesson, underpinned with a period or movement and an artist from European and American Art History, is crafted to teach to each child\'s creativity in order to bring about creative problem solving skill sets essential in today\'s world. Breaking down rules and relationships between form and color allows students to see progress with their artwork and helps them to gain more of a focus for design and creation. Fun, energetic, challenging, educational are all words to describe this course taught the instructors who are certified art teachers as well as working artists. 
   Chess beginner c      mixed    12:00 - 12:45    Simon Tsinis      Explore basics of the chess theory, foundation of this amazing and powerful game. Build habits of concentration, logical thinking, strategy of the game. Step by step, children learn various strategical and tactical moves in chess, beginnings and endgames. 
   Chess Chess/theo      1 - 5    12:00 - 13:00    Simon Tsinis      Students in intermediate and advanced groups learn various combinations featuring queen sacrifices, double attacks, discovered checks, and many other useful tactical elements, or just quiet moves that eliminate the opponent\'s potential flight squares. Studying of the \"immortal\" games of world champions, as well as games of today\'s strongest grandmasters, is an indispensable part of our classes. Theoretical knowledge is supported with games in class. Children play the game in every class, against each other and the instructor. 
   Chess_Theory intermedia      mixed    12:00-13:00    Simon Tsinis      Students in intermediate and advanced groups learn various combinations featuring queen sacrifices, double attacks, discovered checks, and many other useful tactical elements, or just quiet moves that eliminate the opponent\'s potential flight squares. Studying of the \"immortal\" games of world champions, as well as games of today\'s strongest grandmasters, is an indispensable part of our classes. Theoretical knowledge is supported with games in class. Children play the game in every class, against each other and the instructor. 
   Dance_Movement creative m      pre-school    12:30 - 13:15    Brady Horn      Preschool Creative Movement: Students develop body awareness, control, flexibility, and strength while having tons of fun with diverse, imaginative body movements, stretching, and strengthening. Dance steps increase the child’s coordination, sense of rhythm, and processing skills. Creative movement and improvisation boost a child’s risk-taking and problem-solving.This is a great class for kids that are filled with energy, and allows for quieter lessons afterward to run more smoothly. 
   Early_logic_35 early logi      pre-school    4:00 - 4:45pm    Dr. Grigory Portnov      Toys and puzzles will be included as visual tools for preschoolers.
Classes concentrate on: Getting to know the world around us; Development of visual and logical thinking, attention, visual memory and imagination.
This class program offers:
1. Sorting, Matching and Classification
2. Patterning
3. Graphing
4. Riddles and Guessing Games
5. Mental Math Workout and Guessing Games
6. Sets and Venn Diagram
7. Preparation for school math and reading programs 
   English Eng-read      3-5    10:00 - 11:00    Victoria Slavinskiy      Objective:
This course was designed for third, fourth graders in order to help prepare and enrich student’s learning of English through hands on and exciting lessons. The course is designed to facilitate student’s understanding of reading and writing.
Description:
This course is designed to help establish a passion for English by learning and utilizing innovative strategies in both reading and writing. Students will be demonstrate the ability to brainstorm ideas, learn to construct a story pyramid, compose creative stories, learn to work collaboratively as well as individually, use writing and reading strategies effectively, identify rhyming words and adjectives, and grasp the concept of main ideas.
Students will develop a love and passion for reading and explore different types of stories by different authors like Shel Silverstein and Roald Dahl. 
   English English 1-      1-2    9:25 - 10:25    Dana Orbe      Objective:
This course was designed for first and second graders in order to help prepare and enrich student’s learning of English through hands on and exciting lessons. The course is designed to facilitate each student’s understanding of writ
Description:
This course is designed to help establish a foundation for English by learning the fundamentals using innovative strategies. Students will be demonstrate the ability to recognize site words, sound out sounds, read basic words, demonstrate cooperative skills, begin to answer thought provoking questions about short texts, and identify punctuation marks in reading and writing. They will develop a love and passion for reading and explore different types of stories. 
   English English 5-      5-8        Dana Orbe      upper elementary - middle school English and creative writing on demand class 
   English SAT, PSAT,      high school        n/a     
   Math math - 4      4 grade    TBD    Dr. Grigory Portnov       
   Math Math - 6      6    12:30 - 13:30    Dr. Grigory Portnov      At this level, math students need to know and really understand basic laws and rules of algebra. This program teaches the algebraic rules from the simplest to more advanced, formulas and applications. The program includes many types of word problems and shows how they can be solved. Besides Algebra, the program includes several enrichment topics such as Mathematical Induction, Combinatorics, Logic games, Fibonacci sequence.. Students learn to use logical reasoning, systematic approaches to problem solving, calculations and algebraic transformations. This class also prepares students for the admission tests into the selective High Schools.

This program is targeted to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students and is aligned with Focal points of Standards suggested by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
This class also prepares students for the admission tests to the selective High Schools. 
   Math Math 2      2    11:20-12:20    Dr. Grigory Portnov      Classes will concentrate on:
Getting to know the world around us. Development of visual and logical thinking. Development of attention and visual memory. Development of imagination
SchoolPlus Wayne offers a math and early logic enrichment class that combines Singapore Math as fundamental concepts to help a child to understand math meaningfully. Gaining a full understanding of a math concept is based on the use of the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach that help a child to feel confident and enjoy math.

The topics in 1A: Counting and Ordinal Numbers from 0-20
Number Bonds and Making Number Stories
Addition and Subtraction with pictorial stories
Shapes, Length, and Weight
The topics in 1B:
Adding Three Numbers
Subtraction. Finding The Missing Numbers
Numbers to 100
Picture Graphs
Introduction in Multiplication and Division
Time and Money
Multiplication and Division by 2 and 3

The revision exercises are provided for cumulative
review of concepts and skills

Fun is a crucial element in the learning experience and your child will experience fun through problem solving and logic games. Color pictures included in all topics

Our program includes challenging, grade-appropriate activities to improve students’ mathematical skills.
The skills are presented in fun and interesting formats to make math enjoyable 
   Math Math 3      3    16:30 - 17:30    Dr. Grigory Portnov      We explore the range of using of Mathematics in real life. We continue using Singapore Primary Mathematics Package for 3 and 4 grades. Topics that are additionally presented for this age level, such as , Set, Logic and Reasoning, and Probability, Express Methods of Computing, Different Numerical System, etc.
The topics for 2nd grade in Fall semester:
Numbers to 1000
Addition and Subtractions Without Renaming and with Renaming
Length and Weight in Metric and English Systems
Multiplication and Division by 2 and 3

Topics included for 3th grade in Fall semester:
Four Basic operations with numbers up to 10000
Long and short division. Lattice Multiplication
Two-steps word problems
Speed Math Strategies
Money
Two-steps word problems

The topics for 2nd grade in Spring semester:
Finding Missing Number
Mental Addition and Subtraction
Multiplication and Division by 4, 5, 10
Addition and Subtraction Money
Introduction into Fractions
Capacity
Flat and Curved Faces
Making Shapes, Area

Topics included for 3th grade in Spring semester
Mental Calculation
Length, Weight, Capacity
Bar Graphs
Equivalent Fractions

Each lesson in this program includes a rigorous arithmetic lesson. Many basic and challenging problems are given in each lesson, to strengthen the understanding of Arithmetic, and to reinforce the school curriculum. Fun and Games formats and computers are used 
   Math Math 5      5    9:00 - 10:00    Dr. Grigory Portnov      In this class we provide student to understand main concepts of using math in real life. We continue using Singapore Primary Mathematics Package for 4 and 5 grades. Topics that are additionally presented for this age level, such as : Set, Logic and Reasoning, and Probability, Express Methods of Computing, Different Numerical System, etc.

Topics included for 4th grade in Fall semester:
Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Tables and Graphs
Perpendicular and Parallel Lines
Area and Perimeter
Topics included for 4th grade in Spring semester:
Decimals
The Four Operations with Decimals


In this class we provide student to understand main concepts of using math in real life. The main topics for
5th grade :
Wholes numbers with 3 or 4 digits. Order of Operations
Common Fractions. Comparing Fractions
Decimals, it properties, and operations. Conversion of Measurements.
Percentage and all types of percentage problems
Average and Rates Problems
Graphs. Reading, drawing and understanding
Triangles and 4-sided Figures
Introduction into 2D and 3D space. Measurement of area, volume


A variety of Word Problem

Still we use Fun and Games formats and computers 
   Math Math-1      1    10:10-11:10    Dr. Grigory Portnov       
   Math Math-7      7    18:00 - 19:00    Dr. Grigory Portnov      The main goal of our classes for the Middle School grades is to make sure that at this level, math students know and really understand basic laws and rules of Algebra. Besides Algebra, the program includes several advanced topics, such as Mathematical Induction, Combinatorics, Logical games, Fibonacci sequence. Students are expected to use basics of Algebra and Geometry effectively in different situations, starting with taking multiple-choice tests, where everything should be done quickly, and ending with solving complicated problems from Math Olympiads, that require a non-routine approach and creative thinking.

SchoolPlus test preparation classes differ from other test preparation programs. Students not only master test-taking techniques, but also study Mathematics as a subject. Without good understanding of math concepts and how they are interconnected, improvement of their score beyond a certain point becomes impossible. In our opinion, the serious and systematic studying of Mathematics is the only way to achieve a high score.

This program for upper middle school is targeted to 7th and 8th grade students and is aligned with Focal points of Standards suggested by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). This class also prepares students for the admission tests to the selective High Schools. 
   Math private-5g      5    10:00 - 11:00    Maria Kalashnikova      private tutoring for the 5th grade student 
   Math PSAT, SAT,      high school        Dr. Grigory Portnov      Preparations for PSAT, SAT1, SAT2, AP, NJACT exams - optional, on demand class 
   Math tutoring-2      1-2    17:00 - 17:45    Dr. Grigory Portnov       
   Music_Improvisation Glee club      mixed        Brady Horn      Students will improve their coordination, memory, singing and breathing techniques, stage-presence, and ability to work with a team. They will have the high-level thinking opportunity to create their own musical performances through the teacher\'s guidance. Each class, the Glee club will perform a cardio dance warm-up and a vocal warm-up. They will work on two full-class numbers with the teacher. Then they will split into groups and choreograph and sing their own works. Glee club members will have input on song choice, and the teacher will guide them through choreographic and vocal techniques to teach them how to create a visually interesting and meaningful performance. At the last class of each session, the Glee club will host a performance for family and friends. 
   Programming_And_Imagination Scratch ba      mixed    13:00 - 14:00    Valeria Moumdjian      Scratch Basics – An Introduction to Creative Computing. In this class we use real-world activities and interactive design to help the students develop computational thinking and creativity. Students plan and design interactive multimedia projects, in line with their own ideas and interests. Our students learn and actively use mathematics, including areas and concepts that are not usually covered in elementary school: geometry, logic, coordinates, negative numbers, decimals, random numbers and variables. Scratch is a programming (authoring) environment created by a team of psychologists, educators and programmers at MIT. It is easy to use and learn, and it allows to design simple animations to very complex projects such as computer games. Read more at http://scratch.mit.edu/ Children bring their laptops to class. Their parents are encouraged to help them with set up, and are welcome to stay in class – to observe and help. 
   Russian Art- presc      pre-K    9:00 - 10:00    Julia Reznikova      Russian language - poems, reading, performing,and explore language through art and music 
   Russian begin K-1      k-1    9:00- 10:00    Julia Reznikova      Our Russian as a Second Language classes are geared towards children who have minimal or no knowledge of the Russian language. The goal of the class is to develop and increase a child\'s vocabulary and to teach them basic rules of Russian grammar, which will enable the ability to start communicating in Russian. As students progress, they will begin to learn writing and reading in Russian. Classes are conducted in a very interactive form following the principal of full immersion into the language. 
   Russian Todd 3-4      pre-school    11:00 - 12:00    Julia Reznikova      Junior academics : развитие речи , фонематического слуха и произношения, рзвитие логики и элементарных математических представлений- количество (один и много)и счёт в пределах 5 и10, распознавание формы и цвета; patterns, рuzzles, разрезные кубики с сюжетами русских сказок, матрёшки и т.д.
Junior Arts, Music and Drama. Развитие мелкой моторики рук: рисование, аппликация,лепка; равитие координации движений под музыку, чтение и разучивание стихотворений, исполнение сценок по мотивам знакомых сказок. Всё это в комплексе способствует всестороннему развитию детей.
Каждая часть урока включает в себя яркий наглядныи материал ( фланелеграф, кукольный,пальчиковый или плоскостной театр и т.д.)
В процессе выполнения небольших заданий ребенок без всякого принуждения осваивает сложные понятия и явления. Он учится в игре считать, писать и читать, рисовать и думать, слушать и общаться и - радоваться успеху! 
   Russian_Literature read-write      mixed    10:00 - 11:00    Julia Reznikova      Our Russian Language Courses are designed for children of Russian heritage who are able to communicate in Russian at their age-appropriate level. The overall goal of our classes is to develop oral communication skills, to increase the size of a students\' active vocabulary, and to improve writing and reading skills. Our experienced and talented teachers nurture children\'s creativity and interest in Russian Language by finding great reading materials appropriate for the children\'s age and skills. Classes are conducted in a very interactive form, which allows for maximum student participation. Children participate in reading and discussions of short poems and stories, as well as engaging in role playing and are encouraged to communicate throughout the class. 
   Second_Language_Russian beginner R      1-2    10:30 - 12:00    Victoria Slavinskiy       
   Theater performanc      mixed        Brady Horn       
   Afterschool_Art additional          11:40-12:40    n/a     
   Afterschool_Art k      k    10:50-11:35    n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess 7/8      7/8    4:30-5:45    n/a     
   Afterschool_Chess Test HS          11:15-12:45    n/a     
   Art 0      k/1    4:30-5:30    Natalia Osipova       
   Art 2      1/2    5:50-7:05    Natalia Osipova       
   Art 3      3    4:45-5:45    Natalia Osipova       
   Art 4      4/6    7:10-8:10    Natalia Osipova       
   Chess 2      1/3    7:10-8:10    Greg Markzon       
   Chess A          9:35-10:20    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Adv 1      2/3    5:50-7:05    Greg Markzon       
   Chess Adv 2      4/5    4:45-5:45    Greg Markzon       
   Chess n          4:30-5:30    Greg Markzon       
   Chess O          4:45    Greg Markzon       
   Early_Logic 4yo          11:50-12:35    n/a     
   English 4      4    7:15-8:00    n/a     
   English 7      6/7    7:00-8:00    n/a    This class will challenge your student to develop his or her reading, writing, and critical thinking skills by combining a rich, workb00k-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core and PARCC. In addition, your student will be exposed to poetry and short fiction that then becomes the basis for analytical and creative writing assignments. Students will also be asked to read, evaluate and respond to non-fiction and to incorporate their reading into independent research projects. Weekly assignments will emphasize include grammar, vocabulary, and all stages of the writing process. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that are designed to prepare students for PARCC and overall academic success. 
   English 7/8      7/8    5:55-7:10    n/a     
   Math 10new      6    5:50-7:05    n/a     
   Math 111      1    4:45-5:45    n/a     
   Math 2      2    4:30-5:45    n/a    This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 100, especially mentally; have knowledge of place value; understand, recognize and correlate repeating patterns of numbers, letters and objects.
We will continue with addition and subtraction of numbers to 1000, paying special attention to mental calculation. Students will learn multiplication table up to 12 and related division facts. They will learn about standard units of length, weight and capacity in the metric and customary systems and the relationships among units. We will also cover addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominators, money, time and time intervals, graphs as well as area and perimeter. Throughout the year we will be solving harder word problems involving multiplication, division and fractions.
Last, but not least, we will be solving exciting problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. 
   Math 2m      2    6:40-7:40    n/a     
   Math 6      6    4:30-5:45    Mikhail Chernobilsky      This is a class for students who have deep understanding of our number system, and can work comfortably with whole numbers as well as thoroughly mastered the basics of fractions and decimals.
The class will start the year with the intensive review of percentage and the connection of percent-fraction-decimals, ratio, and rate. We will continue with the four operations on fractions and mixed numbers. Students will be solving more challenging word problems involving fractions and percentage, ratio and rate. They will learn circumference and area of a circle as well as triangle and quadrilateral geometry, more complex area, perimeter and volume problems.
Furthermore, we will be solving many non-routine word problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. Finally, starting from November to March, students will have the opportunity to participate in the Math Olympiad, well known internationally as MOEMS. 
   Math 6/7      6    5:50-7:05    n/a     
   Math 8old      7/8    7:15-8:30    Lila Antenucci      The class will continue with Algebra, moving into more difficult topics. We will study quadratic equations and their graphs extensively, including transformations of quadratics (shifting, etc.) Many word problems, showing the usefulness of a quadratic equation will be looked at. Fractional expressions and equations, complex numbers (imaginary, using “i”) as well as the laws of exponents, system of equations and functions will be studied in this class. Geometry will extend to covering special angles formed by parallel lines and transversals and properties of polygons.

In addition, we’ll do MOEMS problems as well as some exciting and challenging problems from other math contests like CML and MathKangaroo. This class requires a very strong mathematical background and there is a placement test required for new students who wish to try it out. 
   Math 9/10      9/10    7:45:9:00    n/a     
   Math Algebra by      7/8    7:10 - 8:25    Mikhail Chernobilsky      The class will start with the intensive review of Pre-Algebra topics including algebraic manipulations, equations and inequalities, solving word problems involving percentage, ratios and rate using algebra as well as area and volume.
We will continue with Algebra1, moving into more difficult topics. We will study quadratic equations and their graphs extensively, including transformations of quadratics (shifting, etc.) Many word problems, showing the usefulness of a quadratic equation will be looked at. Fractional expressions and equations as well as the laws of exponents, radicals, system of equations and functions will be studied in this class. Geometry will extend to covering special angles formed by parallel lines and transversals and properties of polygons.
In addition, we’ll be solving MOEMS problems and some challenging problems from other math contests like CML and MathKangaroo. 
   Math A_JEI      6        n/a    This is a class for students who have deep understanding of our number system, and can work comfortably with whole numbers, thoroughly mastered the basics of fractions and decimals, percentage and the connection of percent-fraction-decimals.
We will continue with the four operations on integers, fractions and mixed numbers, order of operation, writing and simplifying algebraic expression, solving equations and formulating an algebraic equation to represent problem situations. Students will be solving more challenging word problems involving fractions and percents, ratio and rate, area and circumference of a circle, triangle and quadrilateral geometry, more complex area, perimeter and volume problems.
Furthermore, we will be solving many non-routine word problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. Finally, starting from November to March, students will have the opportunity to participate in the Math Olympiad, well known internationally as MOEMS. 
   Math by Topics      4    5:50--7:05    Mikhail Chernobilsky      “Math by Topics” course description (Math 4/5 @ Marlboro)

This is a class for students who have good understanding of number system, can work comfortably with whole numbers, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division by a one-digit number, and have basic understanding of fractions.

In this class, students will continue with multiplication and division of whole numbers, order of operations and the four operations on decimals. Topics will cover fractions as part of a whole, mixed numbers and addition and subtraction of fractions will be covered more in depth, emphasizing visual fraction models. Geometry will move to the different parts of geometric objects, such as angles, providing special focus to properties of a triangle, perpendicular and parallel lines and solid figures. Throughout the year, students will be solving more complex word problems involving fractions, mixed numbers, area and perimeter of a composite figure and volume of a rectangular prism.

Furthermore, from November to March, students will be exposed to many non-traditional word problems and puzzles, which will better prepare them for participation in the well-known International Math Olympiad - MOEMS. 
   Math B_JEI      5    Wednesday 5:50-7:05    n/a    This is a class for students who have the basics skills working with fractions and decimals, including addition and subtraction of fractions with different denominators and multiplication and division of decimals by a whole number.
We will continue with multiplication and division of fractions and mixed numbers focusing on interpretation of fractions by using visual fraction models. Students will also learn multiplication and division of decimals, order of operations and percentage. We will be solving more complex word problems involving fractions and percentage, ratio and rate, perimeter and volume. We will cover constructing triangles and quadrilaterals as well as their properties and classifications.
Furthermore, we will be solving many non-routine word problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. Finally, starting from November to March, students will have the opportunity to participate in the Math Olympiad, well known internationally as MOEMS. 
   Math K      K    5:35-6:35    n/a     
   Math n/a      1/2    7:10-8:25    Lila Antenucci       
   Math na      8        n/a     
   Math newna      8    5:50-6:7:05    n/a     
   Math nnn          7:10-8:25    n/a     
   Math x      6    6:30-7:30    n/a     
   Russian 1-2      1-2    5:30-6:30    Regina Gertsenshteyn      Ученики младшего школьного возраста, говорящие по-русски и умеющие читать по слогам.
Занятия будут направлены на:
- дальнейшее развитие как пассивного, так и активного словарного запаса;
- построение связанной речи;
- употребление слов в правильной грамматической форме;
- знакомство с произведениями детской литературы с последующим обсуждением;
- заучивание коротких стихотворений с целью развития речи и памяти;
- начинаем осваивать элементы письма. 
   Russian 2      4/5    7:10-8:25    n/a     
   Russian 6          7:10-8:10    n/a     
   Russian BL      1    5:30-6:30    n/a    Дети младшего школьного возраста из двуязычных семей, частично понимающие русский язык, развивают навыки понимания русской речи и учатся говорить по-русски в повседневных ситуациях.
Начинают учиться читать. В процессе обучения используются книжки, мультфильмы и песенки, что помогает усвоению материала и делает занятия весёлыми и интересными. 
   Russian k      K    4:20-5:20    Regina Gertsenshteyn      Дети 3-5 лет из русскоязычных семей расширяют словарный запас и развивают речевые навыки.
Играя, учимся правильно задавать вопросы и отвечать на них, вести диалоги, описывать картинки, составлять по ним рассказы.
Будем пересказывать короткие интересные истории, разучивать стишки наизусть, слушать песенки.
Делаем первые шаги в обучении чтению. 
   Russian na          5:00-5:45    n/a     
   Russian nanew      K    4:30-5:30    n/a     
   Russian RSL_JEI      9    5:35-6:35    n/a     
   Russian_as_Second_Language na          4:30-5:30    n/a     
   Chess A          10:05-11:05    Nina Minkovetskaya       
   Chess B          11:10-12:10    Nina Minkovetskaya       
   English I      1    9:00-10:00    Maria Palmiero       
   English II      2    11:45-12:45    Maria Palmiero       
   English II/VI      2-6    10:00-12:00    Natalie Sabini       
   English IV      4    1:20-3:25    Natalie Sabini       
   English K      K    11:15-12:15    Yael Ms.       
   English Pre-K      Pre-K    9:00-10:00    Yael Ms.       
   English V/VI      5-6    11:10-1:15    Natalie Sabini       
   Mark_Twain_Practice_Tests V      5    1:00-4:00    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math I/II      1    10:05-11:05    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math II      2    12:50-1:50    Yelena Girdo       
   Math III      3    11:10-1:15    Irina Shmandina       
   Math IV      4    11:10-1:15    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math K      K    12:20-1:20    Yael Ms.       
   Math K-B      Pre-K/K    11:40-12:40    Yael Ms.       
   Math K-C      Pre-K/K    12:45-13:45    Yael Ms.       
   Math MarkTwain      5    9:00-12:00    Valentina Dyakova       
   Math Pre-K      Pre-K    10:00-11:00    Yael Ms.       
   Math SHSAT test      8    10:00-1:30    Teacher TBA       
   Math VI-VII      6-7    9:00-11:00    Irina Shmandina       
   Math VII SHSAT      7    1:20-3:25    Teacher TBA       
   OLSAT_(G&T) D      Pre-K    11:10-12:10    Yael Ms.       
   OLSAT_(G&T) NNAT C      Pre-K/K    12:15-1:15    Yael Ms.       
   OLSAT_NNAT2_Gifted&Talented NNAT A      Pre-K    10:00-11:00    Marina Milkis       
   OLSAT_NNAT2_Gifted&Talented NNAT B      Pre-K    09:00-10:00    Yael Ms.       
   Russian A          11:10-12:10    Marina Milkis       
   Russian B          10:05-11:05    Marina Milkis       
   Russian C          12:15-13:15    Marina Milkis       
   Russian K      Pre-K/K    10:05-11:05    Yael Ms.       
   Science Mark Twain      V    12:30-2:35    Diana Zaretsky       
   SHSAT_Practice_Tests SHSAT Prac      8    10:00-1:20    Dr. Dubovsky       
   Art 11-Adults      6-Adults    2:40-4:40    n/a    In this class we will study drawing and panting with an emphasis on working from observation. Drawing - developing skills in the areas of technique, perception, composition, form and expression. Painting (oils, acrylics, watercolor, tempera, collage) – color mixing, mediums, color and light, wet on wet, glazing and impasto. Exploration of art process in the context of aesthetics, philosophy and art history with a focus in developing personal vision and style. Special attention given to fulfilling portfolio requirements for specific colleges and art schools.
Using traditional and modern techniques this class focuses on developing a familiarity and ease with representational subject matter. Always wanted to paint but don’t have the courage to begin? – Instructor will work closely with every student to help form an approach based on his or hers individual interests, abilities and needs. 
   Art 7-10 y.o.      2-5    11:00-12:30    n/a    Along with the shift from individualized perception towards a more objective point of view children at this age are becoming interested in making “realistic” images. This class will focus on building basic skills and visual vocabulary while striving to maintain a strong personal and emotional connection with the artwork. 
   Art 8-10 y.o.      3-5    12:50-2:20    n/a    Along with the shift from individualized perception towards a more objective point of view children at this age are becoming interested in making “realistic” images. This class will focus on building basic skills and visual vocabulary while striving to maintain a strong personal and emotional connection with the artwork. 
   Art A      PreK-2    10:00-10:45    Andrey Tamarchenko      Introduction to art materials, stimulating imagination, developing coordination and fine motor skills in a playful environment. Project – based exploration of various media and techniques providing a foundation for artistic knowledge. A step-by-step guided process awakens inspiration and encourages children to discover the joy of self-expression, while training their eyes and hands to work together while making a work of art.