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Key SChool
Elementary School

School Hours: 7:45am -3:30pm Monday thru Thursday and Friday School 8:00am -11:00am

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Schedule

Class schedule for our elementary school students.

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About Friday School

Friday School is from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. with the same uniform and class rules as regular school. Please check the school calendar for dates that Friday school will not meet.

Elementary students attend Friday Enrichment classes to develop study skills, strengthen their reading skills, and explore the arts. Friday rotation classes include Reading Comprehension, Story Stage, and Technology Applications.

Comprehension is the ultimate goal of reading and a skill that is taught across all content areas. Direct instruction in comprehension strategies begins with our youngest scholars and builds upon those foundational skills as scholars advance through Key School. Comprehension instruction is focused on helping scholars develop close reading strategies to allow them deep comprehension.

Story Stage seeks to foster literacy, problem solving, and social communication skills in children and teens by integrating theater arts with writing to build learning from a sensory-motor experience skill.

Technology Class allows students to explore and become familiar with basic coding skills and technology applications.

K-2 Students

Students will learn the basics of programming, collaboration techniques, investigation and critical thinking skills, persistence in the face of difficulty, and internet safety. At the end of this course students will be able to code their own interactive game to play.

3rd

Students will create programs with loops, events, and conditionals. They will translate their initials into binary, investigate different problem-solving techniques, and discuss how to respond to cyberbullying. By the end of the course, students be able to create an interactive game given a task at hand.

4th

Students will develop their understanding of algorithms, nested loops, while loops, conditionals, and events. They will also learn the basics of digital citizenship as well as building a strong foundation of basic concepts before opening to a wide range of new and exciting topics in the world of programming.

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