March Reader’s Theater Remix!

For kids and teens in Grades 5-8

Sign up required to get the Zoom link. Just in case we will email the Zoom link out the night before/the day of.

What is Reader’s Theater Remix?

It is a fun program where kids and teens will each get their own part in a short story or picture book.

We will practice our dramatic reading  skills by reading with a funny voice challenge (ex. do it angrily, do it like you just ran a marathon, etc). We also play fun theater games!

February Dreadful Doodles

Open to teens in Grades 7-12.

Let’s draw together…poorly.

Bring your own writing paper and pen or pencil.

Miss Marisa will tell you (poorly) how to draw something (she won’t show what it was until the end).

Registration required for Google Meet link.

How do I sign up? Register with a phone and email address someone regularly checks (no school email addresses, ex. DON’T use: @avon.k12.ct.us emails) and you will receive an email with a code to join the Zoom program.

First time program attendees may receive a call to confirm registration information, prior to the program for safety issues. If we are unable to confirm information, you will not be let into the program on the day of.

Registration will CLOSE 1 hour before the program. 

February Teen Book Talk Tuesday

Want to hear about some good books and share what you’re reading?
Sign up to share what you’re reading and hear what other teens are reading.

Miss Marisa will book talk some of her favorite books available via Hoopla and Overdrive too!

What is this month’s theme? Not So Super Heroes

This program is for teens in Grades 7-12

What will we do?
Each teen can briefly talk and share about a book they are reading or have recently read. You are also welcome to just listen in.

January Teen Book Talk Tuesday

Want to hear about some good books and share what you’re reading?
Sign up to share what you’re reading and hear what other teens are reading.

Miss Marisa will book talk some of her favorite books available via Hoopla and Overdrive too!

What is this month’s theme for books Miss Marisa will talk about? Mental health books!

This program is for teens in Grades 7-12

What will we do?
Each teen can briefly talk and share about a book they are reading or have recently read. You are also welcome to just listen in.

January Reader’s Theater Remix!

Sign up required to get the Zoom link. Just in case we will email the Zoom link out the night before/the day of.

What is Readers Theater Remix?
We will practice our dramatic reading  skills by reading with a funny voice challenge (ex. do it angrily, do it like you just ran a marathon, etc). We also play fun theater games!
This month we will read a scene from a movie AND read a scene written by Caleb Park, one of our own Reader’s Theater Remix kids!

We will also have teen volunteers with acting and dramatic experience!

Cancelled-January Dreadful Doodles

This program is cancelled for today. It will be back in February 2021!

 

Open to teens in Grades 7-12.

Let’s draw together…poorly.

Bring your own writing paper and pen or pencil.

Miss Marisa will tell you (poorly) how to draw something (she won’t show what it was until the end).

Registration required for Google Meet link.

How do I sign up? Register with a phone and email address someone regularly checks (no school email addresses, ex. DON’T use: @avon.k12.ct.us emails) and you will receive an email with a code to join the Zoom program.

First time program attendees will receive a call to confirm registration information, prior to the program, for safety issues. If we are unable to confirm information, you will not be let in the day of the program.

Registration will CLOSE 1 hour before the program. 

December Dreadful Doodles

Open to teens in Grades 7-12.

Let’s draw together…poorly.

Bring your own writing paper and pen or pencil.

Miss Marisa will tell you (poorly) how to draw something (she won’t show what it was until the end).

This program will meet on Zoom.

How do I sign up? Register with a phone and email address someone regularly checks (no school email addresses, ex. DON’T use: @avon.k12.ct.us emails) and you will receive an email with a code to join the Zoom program.

First time program attendees will receive a call to confirm registration information, prior to the program, for safety issues. If we are unable to confirm information, you will not be let in the day of the program.

Registration will CLOSE 1 hour before the program. 

December Reader’s Theater Remix!

For kids and teens in Grades 5-8

Sign up required to get the Zoom link. Just in case we will email the Zoom link out the night before/the day of.

What is Reader’s Theater Remix?

It is a fun program where kids and teens will each get their own part in a short story or picture book.

We will practice our dramatic reading and acting skills and then read through it again with a fun challenge (ex. do it angrily, do it like you just ran a marathon, etc).  No pressure. No memorizing. We will have the script on the Zoom screen.

We will also play fun theater games!

We will also have teen volunteers with acting and dramatic experience!

December Teen Book Talk Tuesday

Want to hear about some good books and share what you’re reading?
Sign up to share what you’re reading and hear what other teens are reading.

Miss Marisa will book talk some of her favorite books available via Hoopla and Overdrive too!

What is this month’s theme?

December is Fairy Tales!

This program is for teens in Grades 7-12

What will we do?
Each teen can briefly talk and share about a book they are reading or have recently read. You are also welcome to just listen in.

Ignite: Bringing Surgical Robots to Life (Boys and Girls, grades 5-12)

IGNITE = Inspiring Girls IN Technology Exploration

This program is Wed., December 2nd, 4:30-5:00 PM for Boys and Girls in Grades 5-12.
(If you’re a girl in Grades 7-12, click here to sign up)

This month’s activity:

Surgical robots give doctors precision, flexibility, and control…but how long does it take to design and test (and retest) a robot before it cuts someone open for surgery?

Meet Terence Carmichael Jr., a design verification engineer to find out!

Learn more about bringing surgical robots to life!