EiE SUPPORT GROUPS
The following groups have been created in the last few months to better serve you.
If you are interested please call Marty at EiE.
(For those who are homeschooling special needs children)
THESE GROUPS ARE FOR ALL HOMESCHOOLERS!
(You do not need to be part of EiE Academy to participate.
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EiE PARK DAY
LOCATION: ENCANTO PARK
777 Encanto Parkway
Duarte, CA 91010
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF EiE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PARK DAY.
OPEN TO ALL HOMESCHOOLERS.
DATES: Every Thursday
TIME: 12:00 Noon to whenever................
Excellence In Education (EiE) is sponsoring this park day to meet the needs of not only our diverse families that homeschool in a variety of ways and
methods but also to all families in the area. The primary purpose is to provide a relaxed and reasonably unstructured environment for all families to
meet each other and make new friends.
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EARLY BIRD 2015-16 RENEWAL
It is that time of year again. For those who are interested in renewing early for the
2015-16 school year you can save up to $100.00 off next year's tuition. You should have
received your notice in the mail last week. If you have not received your notice please
WELCOME to SUMMER 2015
EiE SUMMER HOURS
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
11:00 - 5:00
JUNE 15 - SEPTEMBER 8
Yes, we are taking Friday and Monday off. Yeah for balance and getting things done around the house
as well as visiting our children and grandchildren. We will come back rested and ready for the 2015-16
CHN FAMILY EXPO
Carolyn and I will be vending and speaking at the California Homeschool Network Family Expo in June. We are
excited to be a part of this convention. CHN's Family Expo is the homeschool convention for everyone, from
beginning homeschoolers to veterans, young and old - there is something for everyone! The CHN EXPO is a
locally produced, all-inclusive event. They are there to promote the community in the homschooling community. For
more information on this event please go to: http://www.californiahomeschool.net/expo/
USED CURRICULUM SALE
MONDAY JUNE 8, 2015
EiE RESOURCE CENTER
10:00 - 4:00
Yes, it is that time of year. You have successfully homeschooled for the year and now you have some books and
games that you are not needing anymore. Why not turn those items into cash by selling at the used curriculum sale.
For those who are planning next years curriculum, what a better way to save money on next years curriculum. For
sellers the cost of a table is $10.00 and for buyers the admission is FREE!
SELLERS, please call EiE or drop by to reserve your table. You can also email at email@example.com your
request for a table. Only paid reservations will be honored.
American Sign Language Literature and Deaf Culture course on
“Bird of a Different Feather”
**Knowledge of ASL is not required! Adults and children ages 8 and up are welcome!
TAUGHT BY: Sharon Chung
ABOUT THE TEACHER: I have been signing for almost 15 years now. I started ASL classes my freshman year
of high school and continued into college. I also currently teach ASL full time at Maranatha High School in
COURSE DESCRIPTION: “Bird of a Different Feather” is a famous ASL literature piece created and performed
by Ben Bahan. Bahan's fable, Bird of a Different Feather, is about the different-looking bird within a family of
eagles. Instead of accepting the bird's differences, the eagle family tries to apply a pathological approach to
raising it. This is an odyssey familiar to many Deaf people.
This course will comprise of 9 chapters (on the teachers DVD) about 35 minutes total split up over two weeks,
three days a week, a hour and a half each day. Each chapter will consist of the 3-4 minute video watched in class
(story is in ASL but has English voice over), comprehension questions (completed as a class), four literary
questions, 1-2 page reading handout and class discussion. The literary questions and reading will be done in
class as time allows and completed as homework.
The focus of this class is to learn and discuss Deaf Culture.
WHEN: Tuesday June 16th, Wednesday June 17th, Thursday June 18th, Tuesday June 23th, Wednesday June
24th, Thursday June 25th; from 10:00am-11:30am each day.
Register by e-mailing me at SChung77@yahoo.com with subject “EIE ASL FEATHER” and I will send
you the registration form. Registration is completed when the form has been e-mailed back and a check has
been mailed/postmarked within 24 hour of e-mailing the completed form. (Mailing address will be given with
registration form. Please submit a hard copy of your registration form with your check. Additional fees will be
applied for bounced checks).
Complete early registration by May 22nd: $100 per student.
Family discount! First family member is $100 second family member (sibling or parent) is $75.
Complete registration after May 22nd: $110 per student. Family discount!
First family member is $110 and second family member (sibling or parent) is $85
MATERIALS: writing utensil (all other materials will be provided by teacher)
CONTACT: SChung77@yahoo.com call or text (626)252-7273 Please leave a detailed message with your name
and return number if I am not able to answer.
EIE Summer Art Camp!
Come join EIE Art Teacher Marisa and her mom Cynthia for a fun time of arts and crafts! The art camp will meet on
Tuesday through Thursday from 12:30 - 3:30. The scheduled art camp weeks are:
June 16 -18
June 23 - 25
The kids will paint, make crafts enjoy snacks and take home a wonderful memory of their week. Good for ages 8
to 14. Only 55.00 per week or $100.00 for two weeks.
All craft supplies included as well as drinks and healthy snack. Minimum of 4 students per week or class will be
canceled. Come join the summer with us. Looking forward to seeing you at EIE Summer Art Camp!
Contact Cynthia and Marisa to reserve your spot today:
626-242-7410 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer REmagination Challenge Workshops
Ready for the REmagination Challenge?
We will use clean REcycling materials, overstocks, discards, and our unlimited imaginationto transform castoff
goods into objects of function, purpose and creativity.
Problem solving, self direction and critical thinking will be harnessed to plan and execute designs to meet each
What will you cREate?
All building materials provided.
Wednesday, July 1 from 1:00-3:00pm
Challenge: Create something that makes music in 2 different ways.
Wednesday, July 15 from 1:00-3:00pm
Challenge: Make a waterproof vessel/container that can hold liquid, as well as treasures.
Wednesday, July 29 from 1:00-3:00pm
Challenge: RE-imagine a famous piece of art ( art books provided for reference)
Wednesday, August 12 from 1:00-3:00pm
Challenge: Build a hybrid vehicle no one has ever seen before.
PAY ONLY FOR WORKSHOPS YOU WANT TO JOIN. TRY ONE? TWO? OR DO THEM ALL!
Fee:$23 per workshop, per student payable upon registration.
Recommended for: ages 8-13 yrs. old
Limited Space: 15 students per workshop
Instructor: Ani Janbazian/We Spark Learning
Simply visit the registration page at wesparklearning.com to print a form, and mail in with payment.
SCALE MODEL MAKING
Robert Stuard will be offering a summer camp this summer for anyone interested in model making. Designed to be geared
for all levels of proficiencey t his can be a wonderful way to learn more about mocel making. Please refer to the class
description below about the regular class during the year. The class wil be on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:
00 - 12:00. Please contact Robert for detailed information about the class.
OK, we know that your are thinking that this is a class for making model cars, planes or boats from plastic kits. Well, guess
what, you are wrong! This is a real modeling class that will teach the student how to create (conceptualize) from basic
building blocks to fantastic creations of three dimensional items, much like an architect would build to present his ideas to a
client. Through the use of basic mathematics, a ruler, matt board, scale woods, plastics glue and other building materials
you will create model buildings or other objects using the blue prints and woriking in 1/4" scale. The
student will learn how t take a vision (concept) and convert it to a fantastic three dimensional object. This will be a great
class!! Parents are encouraged to attend at not additional cost to observe and participate in the class.
CONTACT: Robert Stuard (626) 815-1426.