Extended Day and Afterschool Programs
|Refunds: We give no refunds for missed music lessons/classes although every effort will be made to reschedule. Private lessons canceled by the instructor will be rescheduled at a mutually convenient time.|
|Late Fees: All extra fees (such as unplanned Extended Day, snacks, etc.) are due the 15th of the following month. ALL overdue charges will be assessed a $15.00/month late payment fee until the account is paid in full. The Extended Day program begins 15 minutes after the end of class. Fees for unexpected Extended Day usage are $11.00 per hour or part of an hour per student up to 5:45 pm. After 5:45 pm, the fee is $2.00 per minute per student.|
|Disclaimer: Steppingstone reserves the right to substitute another instructor with similar skills if a currently scheduled instructor is unable to teach. A class may be canceled if fewer than five (5) students are enrolled.|
Extended Morning and Afternoon Programs are offered by pre-arrangement. Hours are 7:45 – 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 – 5:45 p.m. Details are in the Registration Packet.
After School Programs
Fall 2014 / Winter 2015 Program Schedule
All offerings are open to the public.
Ages: 6 - 14+ years (please note specific ages for each class).
Classes: One hour (60 minutes) unless otherwise noted
Private Instrumental Music Lessons: One hour (60 minutes) or 2 half-hour sessions per week
SMART Training Sessions
Instructor: Dr. Philip Morse
Ages: 14+ or by permission of the instructor
The Steppingstone MAgnetic Resonance Training (SMART) Center’s purpose is to bring a research-based science experience to young, science-oriented students in order to meet our mission of "Exciting the next generation of scientists." It offers middle school, high school, and undergraduate college students the opportunity to engage in research experiences that are usually only available to college graduate students.
Students will learn how to design experiments while utilizing a $250,000 electron para-magnetic resonance (EPR) spectrometer, developing a hypothesis to test, designing an experimental protocol to test their hypothesis, learning to collect and analyze data and forming valid conclusions.
There are two components to the program. The first are these training sessions, where students will:
- Learn to use the instruments
- Learn what kind of information they can get from the instruments
- Learn to design experiments which will make use of the instrumentation and data collection & analysis software
Read the SMART Center Brochure and see the SMART Center website for more information.