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JumpStart 2019
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First Day of School
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Convocation
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6th Grade Coffee
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ES Parent Information Night
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HS Parent Information Night
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HS Retreat 2019
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HS Retreat 2019
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HS Retreat 2019
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Labor Day
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MS Parent Information Night
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8th Grade Coffee
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10th Grade Parent Coffee
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6th Grade Camp Highland
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MS Retreat
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6th Grade Camp Highland
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Class and Individual Picture Day
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MS Retreat
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MS Retreat
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MS Retreat
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MS Retreat
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Jr. Beta Inductions
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Studio 86
Senior Parent Meeting
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ES Fall Festival
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HS Turf Field
5th Grade Space Camp
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Summer School 2019

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Registration Deadline: Friday April 13th, 2019
You will be charged the course fee through FACTS on June 4, 2019.
Please register for your desired course:

 

Roswell Summer School

Wilderness Physical Education

Wilderness Physical Education Course Cost: $595.00 **This cost includes a $100 trip fee.

Dates: Session 1 (BOYS): Overnights – May 28th-30th, Arrive to the school at 8am and return the third day by 8pm.

Session 2 (GIRLS): Overnights – Monday, June 3rd- Tuesday, June 4th and Wednesday, June 5th - Thursday, June 6th. Be at the school at 9am on Monday and Wednesday mornings and  return by 3pm for each session. Both overnights are required for a full P.E. credit.*

Session 3 (GIRLS): Overnights – Monday, June 10th – Tuesday, June 11th  and Wednesday, June 12th – Thursday, June 13th *

*Session is full. Please email Mrs. Brown to be added to the wait list. rachel.brown@fcspaladins.org

Possible Session 2 (Boys) - 

Dates: May 23 - 24 and June 7 - 8

The offering of this course depends on a minimum student enrollment. If interested please contact Mrs. Brown rachel.brown@fcspaladins.org 

Teacher: Curt Morrell, curt.morrell@fcspaladins.org

Course Cost: $595.00 **This cost includes a $100 trip fee.

Credit: Meets 0.5 credit requirement for PE

Enrollment Minimum: 6 per session and a maximum of 8 per session

Course Description: Students will learn the basics of Wilderness Survival and outdoor recreation through one backing trip of three days for the boys and two backpacking trips for the girls. Each student will be introduced to basic first aid and first responder protocol, while learning personal safety and fitness. The trips will be overnight backpacking trips in the mountains of North Georgia. These trips will include instruction on camp set up, packing preparedness, trail safety, proper diet, Leave No Trace philosophy, and many other topics that will serve the students in the wilderness setting.

*This course requires that students have proper gear for backpacking. A frame pack, packable sleeping bag, and tent or hammock with rain tarp are the essentials.

A gear list will be sent out to those who sign up.

Health Education

Health Education
Dates: June 3rd-14th
Time: 8:30 – 3:00
Teacher: TBA (FCS Science Teacher)
Course Cost: $495.00
Credit: Meets 0.5 credit requirement for Health
Enrollment Minimum: 6
Course Description: This course is designed to cover various aspects of a healthy lifestyle, including nutrition, first aid, basic personal health concepts, as well as identifying diverse internal and external factors that influence health practices and behaviors among young people today. Students will complete the required ADAP (Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program) needed to obtain a driver’s license.

Chemistry

Chemistry
Dates: 1st Semester June 3-14, 2nd Semester June 17-28
Time: 8:30-3:00 with a 30 minute lunch break (students may not leave campus)
Teacher: TBA (FCS Science Teacher)
Course Cost: $495.00 per semester
Course Credit: Each semester of this course provides a .5 credit. Together the semesters equal the one credit required for Chemistry. Each semester can be taken separately for course recovery credit.
Enrollment Maximum: limited to 12 students – on a first come basis.
Course Description: This course aims in a small class environment to enhance the student’s appreciation for and knowledge of chemistry by providing students with a
comprehensive grasp of the basic structure of matter, interactions between substances, and the relationship of energy to matter. Topics studied include classification of matter,
atomic theory and nuclear chemistry, chemical periodicity, stoichiometry, solutions, gases, kinetics, equilibrium, acid and base equilibria, and thermodynamics.

Economics

Economics
Dates: June 3rd-14th
Time: 8:30-3:00
Teacher: Jason Kennedy
Course Cost: $495.00
Credit: Meets 0.5 credit requirement for Economics
Enrollment Minimum: 6
Course Description: This course will present the concepts of economics in a practical manner through real life applications and case studies. Each student will be exposed to both the theory and the practices of economics. The course purpose is for each individual to draw their own conclusions, become more aware of the role that economics plays in daily life and become stewards of financial resources.
 

Driver's Education

Driver’s Education (NOT for class credit)
Dates: Session 1: Monday, June 3rd – Friday, June 7th
OR Session 2: Monday, June 10th – Friday, June 14th
Time: 8:30 – 3:00
Enrollment Minimum: 10 per session
Course Cost: $495.00
This is a one-week course provided by Safe America. It is a State-certified, full driver education course, consisting of 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind the wheel training. The Safe America Foundation program satisfies the requirements of Joshua’s Law for teens 16 years old to acquire their Class C limited driver’s license. Safe America’s Driver Ed Course provides students, who complete the course and pass the final exam with a 70% or higher grade, a State Certificate of Completion. Their parents will be entitled to a 10% discount on their auto insurance for three years and a $150 Georgia State Income Tax Credit, once their teen successfully completes the course. Safe America Contact Information: Bob Surrusco bsurrusco@safeamerica.org
Registration will be through FCS.

Design Drawing/CAD I
This combined class is a requirement for all STEM students either during the summer or freshman year. The combined class gives a full credit (1.0 for the Fine Art/Technology credit), however the classes can be taken separately by semester.

Design Drawing

 


Dates for Design Drawing: June 3rd-14th
Cost: $495.00
Time: 8:30-3:00
Teacher: Trip Hughs
Credit: Meets 0.5 credit for Fine Art
Course Description: This course is designed to equip students with an understanding and practical application of 3-Dimensional rendering and prototyping using both traditional and digital methods. Students will receive training in 1-point perspective, 2-point perspective, Digital vector based rendering, and a Form/Function approach to design and engineering. The class will use traditional pencil and paper methods as well as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

 

CAD I


Dates for CAD I: June 17th-28th
Cost: $495.00
Time: 8:30-3:00
Teacher: Drew Lawes
Credit: Meets 0.5 credit for Technology
Course Description: This is the introductory course for all STEM students. It introduces students to the engineering design process, 3D design using Autodesk Fusion 360, and computer controlled manufacturing devices. It integrates rapid prototyping techniques using 3D printers, laser cutters, and CNC machines. Students engage in small team projects designing, prototyping, and constructing products. Students will gain an understanding of design thinking, prototyping methodologies, and construction materials. Students will gain foundational skills that will be used in other STEM courses.

Government

Government

Dates: June 17th-28th

Teacher: Jason Kennedy

Course Cost: $495.00

Credit: .05 credit

Enrollment Minimum: 8

Course Description: This semester course explores the political theory and everyday practice that direct the daily operation of our government and shape our public policies. The objectives of this course go beyond a basic analysis of how our government “works.” Students will develop a critical understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the American political system, as their rights and responsibilities as citizens. Students will also be encouraged and challenged to think about their role as citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven first, and then American citizens second.