WCPSP Center For Creative Learning 2019-2020

 
         Western Christian Schools PSP  A legacy of Excellence since 1920

Friday School Center for Creative Learning

@ Chino Valley Community Church

14601 Peyton Drive Chino Hills CA. 91709



Start Date: Friday, September 6, 2019

Fees: Pre-K to 8th grade 9:00 to 12:00— 1 student $180 / 2 students $280 / 3 students $360 / per semester

payable to CCL


Chapel: 9:00-9:30 am ~ Parents attendance requested


Western Christian PSP Pre-School 3 & 4 year olds welcome!

Teacher for 3s: Valerie DeRenzis

Hello, I am Valerie DeRenzis. My husband Brian and I have been called to the ministry of homeschool for 5 years raising and teaching our three children, Ashley, Adam and Alyssa in the ways of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It is a blessing to be intentional teaching His Word and daily sowing seeds of God’s truth, great love and grace. I studied Accounting at University of La Verne and have been serving in ministry for several years including Children’s Ministry, Women’s Bible studies and Marriage Ministry at our home church Calvary Chapel Chino Hills. Looking forward to a year of nurturing a love for the Lord by learning about His Word and His creation.


Kids bring backpack with:

healthy snack, fat beginner pencil, glue stick, crayons, scissors, 3 ring binder (name label items please)


Rules:

Take your child to the restroom before class

Must be potty trained

All parents drop off children after chapel

Older siblings CANNOT pick up pre-schoolers

Parents pick up preschoolers at 11:45 a.m. each week.

A late fee will be charged if you are more than 10 minutes late


Teacher for 4s: Christina Toland has countless years of experience working with preschoolers in ministry and professionally.


Sensitive to the learning styles of the young child each student will be exposed to the foundation of learning

ABCs, numbers, colors and shapes through music, dance, stories, hands on activities and play.

There will be activity stations, with blocks, legos, books, worksheets, Circle time, play imagination time, show and tell, and more.


Kids bring backpack with: healthy snack, fat beginner pencil, glue stick, crayons, scissors


Rules:

Every parent must volunteer 1 time per semester

Must be potty trained.

All parents drop off children after chapel

All parents pick up children before Friday school ends.

A late fee will be charged if you are more than 10 minutes late.

Space is limited! Please contact Christina Toland ahead of time at cjsbelle@aol.com



Kindergarten: Christine Arnold 16 weeks

This year our kinder class will be learning all about the world around them...from the seasonal changes God has made in our world, to plant and animal life and even a little bit about our solar system... this year is going to truly be out of this world! We will be learning through our daily rug time (i.e. Calendar, prayer, etc), songs, Bible, art, story time, and so much more!!! I am both blessed to have this opportunity to teach your kids and honored that you would trust me and my ability to teach them this year.


I have my B.A. in Liberal Studies and had previously worked as an ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) therapist for almost 3 years. I took a sabbatical from work when my husband and I started our family and I have homeschooled our 2 boys for the past 4 years. I have also been a substitute teacher at Cornerstone Christian and recently became a sub at Western Christian PSP for Tuesday and Friday schools.

I am looking forward to meeting all of your wonderful kiddos!


1st Grade: Christy Miller- 16 weeks / Credentialed Teacher

This year we will be learning about a different artist each week by reading about them and completing a project in a similar style that they would have done. (Similar to the Meet the Masters program) We will be using different methods and styles with- painting, pastels, watercolor, crayons, glue, markers and anything else fun I can find. We will also be having sharing time, PE activities and snack time on the playground. Looking forward to meeting your kids!



2nd Grade: Sherry Ryan 16 weeks

Sheri has a B.A. in Liberal Studies and a M.A. in Education from Biola University, and taught 2nd grade for 6 years, before choosing to be a stay-at-home mom. She has homeschooled her children for 7 years.

This year second graders will enjoy wild and whacky science experiments, fun art projects and lots of group activities to enhance and supplement the homeschool experience.


2nd graders will learn basic art terminology, explore color, patterns and textures through the use of various mediums. We will also be doing seasonal crafts to encourage creativity.



3rd Grade: Maureen Bosanko 16 weeks

Our class will be learning about geography and culture. As we learn we will be working on a geography lapbook that the students will bring home at the end of the year. Each week we will learn about a new country or continent. We read a literature book from the country, sample food from the country, play a game from the country and add information to the lapbook. Students will be required to bring their own supplies to class, a supply list will be given at the beginning of the year.


I have a B.A. in Bible, a teaching credential in rehabilitative services, and a B.A. & M.A. in Communicative Disorders (Speech Language Pathologist).



4th Grade Abbie Morris Teacher-

Abbie Morris has been teaching for over 20 years in one form or another. Whether it is homeschooling her own two children, coaching cheerleading, teaching dance for all ages two and up, or being a High School

History SDC teacher. She has had the wonderful privilege of being a part of Western Christian PSP Friday school where she currently assists in the Kindergarten and First Grade classes and is blessed to be the Christmas Chapel Coordinator.


I am so excited to be teaching fourth grade this year at our Friday School campus!

We will be studying early American history exploring with Christopher Columbus the finding of our New

Country/ Reenactment of our first thanksgiving along with the travels of Lewis & Clark and Sacajawea. For second semester we will be studying California history; our State territories, the gold rush ,and we will be building sugar cube missions. We will be using Evan Moore Curriculum including literature and biblical reference.


I will have a class supply list available -

Students supply list for first day

1. Large size pack of construction paper

2. Pencils, markers, colored ,pencils and crayons

3. Scissors, glue ,stick, Elmer's glue and tape

4. 1 three ring binder

5. 1 pack of plain card stock

  1. 6.1 pack of lined paper



5th grade Traci Thompson

Traci has been homeschooling since 2009 and has 2 recent WCSPSP graduates along with a current student who will be in 8th grade. She has a BA in Communications and an MA in Theology from Fuller Seminary.


5th grade class this year will focus on becoming more comfortable with speaking in front of people first by hearing great poems and songs and reciting them together, then for those willing to step it up, learning a piece at home to share with the class. We will add to this some great literary and biographical stories, and even have some short impromptu challenges or debates!


Science 6th to 8th grade: Charley Cheatwood

Hello, my name is Charley Cheatwood and I will be teaching science this next year. I am currently the Family Pastor at Bethany Baptist Church in Montclair, Ca. My wife, Thiam, and I have been married for 16 years and we have 3 children – Gideon, Faith, and Eden – enrolled at Western Christian’s PSP.

I have taught 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade in the Ontario-Montclair School District and in the Victor Elementary School District and enjoy the elementary academic environment. I have always loved science and am looking forward to leading our classes into a hands-on discovery approach. I want students to come away thinking, “Wow, our God sure has made some fantastic things…”



Ancient History 6th to 8th Grade - Teacher: Stephanie Carrillo

I have a B.S. in Speech Pathology & Audiology, a Multi-subject California Teaching Credential, and my M.A. in Multicultural Education. I taught in the “brick and mortar” school system for 15 years, before I was blessed with my son. I’ve been homeschooling for 7 years and loving it!


This year in middle school we will be studying ancient history and civilizations by weaving Bible history and world history together. Students will see God’s hand at work throughout history! We will be using “The World’s Story Volume 1: The Ancients” as a guide for our study. This study is designed to be a 3 year rotation. We will begin our journey in Genesis with Creation through ancient Egypt. The next year, our journey will pick up with ancient China through ancient Greece. The final, study will cover Alexander the Great through the Roman Empire. Each study section will include a literature book component. We will meet various biblical patriarchs, prophets, kings, historical figures, and ancient civilizations that existed during this time in world history.


Materials Required for Every Student:

*1 inch 3 ring binder with clear pocket cover

*pencils

*colored pencils

*crayons (twistables)

*scissors

*pencil case

*glue sticks

*novel (TBA)


PE 6th to 8th Grade

Head Coach: Chris Rix Chris played varsity football, baseball and basketball at Bishop AMAT high school and Santa Margarita high school. He then received a full scholarship to play quarterback at Florida State. There he became the 1st and only 4 year starter at FSU and also graduated with a degree studying communications. Following his college career Chris went on to the NFL with the San Diego Chargers.

He is now a Pastor and serves as the director of ministry for the Fellowship of Christian athletes. He is also the founder and head coach of the Champion Training Academy here in Southern California, helping train athletes in all sports and all ages.


Cole Toland and Gideon Cheatwood are long time members of WCPSP and have been helping in WCPSP athletics department for many years now. As they step up to the position of Co-Leading Physical Education for Friday School, they are enthusiastic to have the opportunity to mentor your kids in reaching physical goals. They feel being physically fit will help them explore GOD’s creation and enjoy life to the fullest. They will achieve this through exercise and fun physical activities.


IMPACT—“Service, Community, and Fun.” Middle School Class for 6-8th Grade

Impact is an exciting new class just for Middle School students. The goal of Impact is to give back and

serve the students at Western Christian PSP. The students in Impact work to raise school spirit, community,

and student involvement in service projects. In addition, we will develop deeper community by planning

events for 6th-8th graders. Impact students who enroll do so because they recognize that there is more to being successful in school than simply doing homework. Having a positive atmosphere where students feel wanted and accepted is critical to their success. To that end, the members of Impact will focus on providing engaging activities that ensure a well-rounded middle school experience monthly. Impact will help to develop organizational and communication skills. We will have a strong focus on Godly character, service and community.


Being an Impact member is easy! If you will be in 6th-8th grade, all you have to do is fill out an application and get an interview. Each Spring, Impact will elect class officers to represent the group. You have the option of running for an office or just be an appointed member. Everyone has a role in Impact and you should become a part of it! Impact is composed of students that are in 6th-8th grade. Space is limited! Apply NOW for Fall!


Teachers: Thiam Cheatwood and Christina Toland Time: Friday Morning at 8:00- 9:00 a.m.

Cost: $80.00 per semester, plus $30 enrollment fee Contact: Christina Toland at cjsbelle@aol.com

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