International Master, Guillermo Rey, has been a leading Northern California player for many years (U.S. Masters 1975, International Master 1987, and California State Champion 1998). Guillermo organized the Bay Area Masters Tournament (September 2001) and the 2002 Bay Area Masters Grand Prix. He has written several articles for Inside Chess and Chess Life, and has taught privately and at Bay Area schools since 1998. With Guillermo Rey
Dates: 09/17,09/24,10/01,10/08,10/15,10/22,10/29,11/05,11/12,12/03,12/10,12/17 No class: 11/19, 11/20
Yoga - 11 Classes Grades K-3. Band Room 6 - 14 Students. Tuesdays from 3:00 - 4:00 PM $143 Whitney Littlewood has been a student and teacher of yoga since 2001. She is a student of Ashtanga, Anusara and most recently Rasa yoga - which combines asana, meditation, mudras and mythology (Indian and other). Whitney enjoys teaching students of all ages and abilities and will focus with the kids on basic form, breathing, yoga concepts and having fun! Whitney also recently published a children's book about the joys of yoga called Yoga Bird, read more about it at YogaBirdBook.com. with Whitney Littlewood
FUTSAL - 11 Classes Grades 3-6. Blacktop 8 - 20 students. Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 PM $195 Futsal is known for a fact that it has a big impact on soccer player's performance. Teaching it at young age will help kids to think faster, how to manage certain action under pressure, play with little space and motion, with an without the ball. This type of playing instigate and inspire young kids to test themselves and to overcome their fear of trying. Increase many physical skills drastically while also contributing to general improvement of mental skills. - Learn better ball control; - Short space motions; - Small games inspire confidence in a player's style; - Improve immediate decision making; - Teamwork building through an appropriate support between team-mates; - Fostering faster players; - Defined touchlines; With Tabitha Viana. Brazil Soccer System.
Students will learn about clay, clay building, tools, techniques, basic armatures, glazes, firing and kinetic sculpture. Four to five projects will be completed over the 12 week course. The class will be engaging for all skill levels. with Tim VanRaaphorst
Intro to Scratch Programming - 10 Classes Grades 4-8. Computer Lab 5 - 16 Students. Tuesdays 3:00 - 4:15 $108 Create your own computer games, animations, interactive stories, and digital art! David Bradley will show students how to become active creators of computer software, instead of just passive consumers. Scratch is a fully graphical, Turing-complete, object- oriented, free, open-source programming language, which makes programming as easy as snapping color-coded bricks together. Students in the Introduction Class need no prior programming experience.. with David Bradley