SCV Education News
May, 2022 - Issue #210
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Legacy's Explorers Summer Camp Offers
Recreational & Enrichment Opportunities to the Public
Legacy's Explorers Camp is a recreational and enrichment camp experience that helps your child not only have fun but also learn new skills taught by warm, loving, knowledgeable teachers. A sampling of the camp offerings are here - but call for the full line up!
Italian Cooking Learn basic skills of cooking and authentic beginner Italian dishes with Mrs. Daugereau, who grew up in Italy and now shares her passion for teaching Italian cooking to her students.
Arts & Crafts Kids will create art through the lens of classic and modern children's literature while exploring authors like Shel Silverstein, Maurice Sendak and more.
Mechanical Engineering Students will build a professional class 3D printer and print designs in a variety of materials including plastics, metal alloys and wood composites.
Embroidery Divided into two sessions, students will learn all the basics of hand embroidery as they explore all the creative opportunities of this traditional art form.
Art Camp Younger kids will get messy with modeling clay, acrylic canvas painting, watercolor techniques and more while older students will explore digital art, illustration and animation.
Soccer Camp Sharpen your child's soccer skills while having tons of fun!
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iLead Agua Dulce Expands to 10th Grade
iLEAD Agua Dulce's beautiful campus is on the eastside of Santa Clarita and offers a project-based learning, tuition-free public school to learners in grades TK through ninth, expanding to 10th grade in fall of 2022.
At iLEAD Agua Dulce, you'll find a school that prioritizes a positive, supportive and inviting environment where learners can focus on their development. In addition to academic excellence, they are committed to supporting learners' development of emotional intelligence, life skills and community engagement. The campus features beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces while facilitators and success coaches are devoted to providing learners with the best academic and emotional support by way of small class sizes and individualized attention.
Utilizing Project-Based Learning (PBL), iLEAD focuses on deeper learning practices that motivate and challenge learners, allowing them to apply what they learn in one subject area to situations in another. This is just one more way classwork relates to life beyond the classroom.
To learn more or enroll, log on.
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TMU Online Announces New Undergrad Degrees
The Master's University Online recently announced eight new undergraduate degrees launching in 2022 and 2023:
Marketing (Spring 2022)
Marketing Media (Spring 2022)
Accounting (Spring 2022)
Finance (Fall 2022)
Public Relations (Fall 2022)
Cinema & Digital Arts (Fall 2022)
Journalism (Spring 2023)
Creative Writing & Publishing (Spring 2023)
The programs will closely reflect their traditional counterparts while providing a format that is accessible to professionals around the world.
John Beck, dean of the university's School of Business and Communication, is excited about the opportunities these new online offerings will bring.
"Our students are facing unprecedented challenges in their careers and lives. These challenges require us to provide flexible, career-enhancing instruction from a biblical worldview. In each of these new programs, we have provided a solid biblical foundation with the flexibility of an online format. Our purpose is to equip marketplace ministers to represent Christ with excellence in their professions and lives," he said.
Over the past year, TMU Online has served more than 900 students in 44 states and 22 countries. The program focuses on serving adult learners who are outside of the traditional college demographic but who are committed to pursuing a biblically-based, Christ-centered education.
Speaking on the importance of TMU Online's programs, President Abner Chou says, "Our online programs afford us the opportunity to reach those who could never come to our campus. These people can now be equipped to go to the ends of the earth and make their stand for Christ and Scripture."
TMU Online offers undergraduate, graduate and dual enrollment programs. Learn more by logging on.
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Teach your Kids
How to Fish at Castaic Lake's Annual Event

On Saturday, May 7, Kids Fishing & Fun Day will be held at Castaic Upper Lake Main Launch Ramp. Children ages 15 and younger are invited to learn how to fish in a net containment area supervised by experienced anglers. Kids can catch up to two fish and are provided free lunch as well as use of rods, reels and bait, plus a chance to win raffle prizes and giveaways.
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Inside SCV Field Trips of the Month
Two family favorites are returning in May '22 - and we couldn't be more excited!
These two events combine education with delicious food, shopping, demonstrations, rides and wholesome fun. Whether you're team "faire" or "fair," the entire family wins when you get one or both on the calendar.

Saturdays & Sundays | through May
The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire

Held in April and May in Irwindale since 1962, the "Ren Faire" attracts a quarter-million people annually who are drawn to the reenactment a 1580s English market faire. Wander through Port Deptford, a waterfront town from Elizabethan-era England, in costume, enjoying jousting tournaments and roasted meat.

Thursday | May 5 to Monday | May 30
LA County Fair

Grab your favorite food on a stick, play the day away at the carnival, peruse vendors and craftspeople, learn about (And pet!) farm animals, relax to some good vibes or dance the night away to your favorite artists.
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