Enrichment programs offered
The Glendale Educational Foundation and the Glendale Unified School District are teaming up to provide summer enrichment classes for middle school students. Most classes are offered at Rosemont Middle School with one offering at Wilson Middle School.
Classes are open to all entering sixth, seventh and eighth grade students in the community. Fees are $249 for one class, $425 for two. Class times are 7:30 a.m. - 9:55 a.m. and 10:20 a.m. – 12:45 p.m., Monday through Thursday, except for the first week, which runs Tuesday through Friday. Classes begin June 23 and run through July 30.
Options include: Summer Fitness and Fun, Junior Book Reviewer, Tall Tales and Short Stories, Creative Woodworking, Kitchen Creations, Guitar Beginnings, Masters of Multimedia, Greek Gods and You, Summer Book Club, Survive at Middle School, Make Your Own Documentary, Fitness 101 and Design Build and Test. Students can also learn to play golf, spending two days a week at Verdugo Hills Golf Course, or enroll in Project Adventure offered at Wilson Middle School that will help them learn map reading and rock climbing. Junior Book Reviewer is also offered at Wilson.
For more information, call the Glendale Educational Foundation office (818) 247-0466.
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