Free Member Tuesdays
Join us every Tuesday from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm for family-friendly activities. This year’s theme is Legends in the Universe. Over the course of the 4 weeks, the group will contribute to our WGC Settlement on Mars. We’ll build a cardboard town and design remote-control town residents in our Maker Space. Participants can also tour the Universe in our dark space featuring a constellation projector. Each week will feature a guided activity as well. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for an activity.
Week 1 – July 5: Stories in the Stars
Learn about Greek and Roman mythology. Make your own led light-up myth, legend, or beast!
Week 2 – July 12: Planetary Jewels
Create a necklace or bracelet modeled after our Universe and some of the materials found in it.
Week 3 – July 19: Build a Martian Machine
Our town needs robots. Robot people, pets, vehicles, and more. Use our tools and materials to create.
Week 4 – July 26: Galaxy Slime
Visit the Settlement on Mars and “mine” resources for your personalized recipe for Galaxy Slime.
High School Preview
Join us July 26th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm to learn more about our high school programs. Walnut Grove Coop offers curriculum-driven and customized project-based high school credit coursework. Come meet our staff and families! Please email email@example.com to register.
This year we feature:
Nonfiction Informative Expository Reading/Writing
Literature and Writing
Physical Science with a Physics Lab option (blended 2 credit course)
Chemistry with Lab
Math Programs: in-person instruction and MathSpace platform access
History of the US through Music (blended 2 credit course)
Learn more about classes for credit hours for homeschooling high school. See our program overview for 2022-23.
Pasta Car Derby – August 2nd 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
All participants in our Middle School STEM Challenge may be eligible for a $300 scholarship. The participants do NOT need to win to receive funds. Review the details and register here.
Free High School Financial Literacy — coming this Fall
Participants will receive a high school level course for Financial Literacy and Consumer Science. This course may be completed for credit in high school Math or Elective. To receive course credit, participants must be Members and complete all coursework in class or at home. Participants may also audit the course without credit and without being a Member for free (with no access to Google Classroom or assignments). This course is a community offering and will be in partnership with WSFS Corporate Giving & Financial Literacy. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for Financial Literacy and/or to become a member. Classes will take place on Fridays from 1:00-2:00 pm (schedule to be posted soon). One hour will be spent in class each week for 10 weeks from October to December and approximately 1 hour of take-home work will be assigned.
At the bottom right of this calendar is a +Google Calendar button (may also say “Subscribe with Google Calendar” on cell phones when in landscape orientation) that you can click to add our events to your own Google calendar. Then you may set reminders or share events with others in your household in your personal view of the calendar.
2022-23 Program Master Schedule
In addition to the program calendar and schedule, we also publish week-by-week semester outlines of our elementary-level curricula and classes:
- K-5th Fall Unit and afternoon options
- 6-8th Fall Unit and afternoon schedule
- K-5th Spring Unit and afternoon options
For High School details, please click here.