CC Parent Practicum 2016
We are thrilled you and your family have chosen to join us next week for the Practicum in Los Altos. Our guest speaker is Kristi Dietz. As a homeschool graduate herself, Kristi has always been an advocate of home education. When she and her husband decided to pursue homeschooling their three children (now ages 10, 7, and 3), the classical model resonated with them as the most biblical model. Classical Conversations has allowed them to implement a classical education in the context of Christian community. Of their four years in Classical Conversations, Kristi has tutored two, and will begin this next year as Director of their San Francisco community.
We are excited to have her discuss this year's Practicum theme, "Navigating History, the Art of Argumentation." Each afternoon we will focus on the practical application of the classical model and homeschooling, with Q & A panels, and further discussion of Classical Conversations' mission, method and model. We hope you will leave feeling encouraged, inspired and equipped.
- Arrive early the first day!
- Please bring your Risk Release Waiver and Photo Permission forms to the registration tables.
- See the following links for each form:
NURSERY AND STUDENT CAMPS
What to Pack:
- Play clothing and shoes, with a lightweight sweater or jacket
- Water bottle
- Snacks for morning and afternoon - no nuts!
- Pencil and notebook for 6 and older students
- Special "quiet time" blanket for toddlers and 3 - 5yr. olds (if needed)
- Nursery - diapers and wipes
*Please be sure to put your child's name on everything
LUNCH - 12:00 - 1:00pm:
- Restaurants are within 5-15min from the Practicum, however, if you can pack a lunch it allows more time for the children to play and for fellowship
-Please remember to watch your children at all times!
- If packing a lunch, please avoid all nuts!
8:30 Escort children to their camps, parents find a seat in the Main Sanctuary.
10:30~ Morning Break
12:00~ LUNCH-Parents promptly pick-up their children!
1:00~ Escort children back to camps and parents make their way to training or the afternoon session