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Fall 2nd Quarter Group Classes: 6-weeks

November 7th- December 15th, 2022

 

***No classes on Thursday, November 24th  (Holiday) 

Makeup classes will be on Thursday, December 22nd

 

 

 

Math Newbies

(1st and 2nd grade) Coed

This course exposes young students to number sense skills (recognizing quantities, groups, patterns, comparing numbers, etc); basic addition and subtraction skills, and problem-solving through the use of interactive games, math manipulatives, and math storytelling.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Kelli Muhammad

Map Masters: Geography for Future Nation Builders

(2nd-4th) Coed

In this course, students will engage in an exploration of the Earth based on Actual Facts.  Students will study the physical properties, natural resources, and cultural makeup of their local environments and places around the world. Connections will be made through learning map reading, measurement skills, and engaging in hands-on projects.

 

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

 

 

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

Mini Math Masters Laboratory

(3rd grade) Coed

​Mini Math Masters Laboratory is a class designed for younger children to build and master their math skills in a fun way.

 

Students will learn the basic concepts in Mathematics which include adding subtracting, multiplication, and basic division, as well as money, time, basic geometric concepts, and real-world related word problems.

 

This class incorporates guided instruction, interactive games, computer skills, classwork, assessments, and hands-on activities.

 

Come to the Lab!!! Let's have fun while we learn!!

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Kelli Muhammad

 

Read 4 Power: Reading and Writing Class

(3rd and 4th grade) Coed

This Read 4 Power class is a program that is geared toward improving reading fluency, comprehension, spelling, and writing. Students will engage in extensive writing practice.  This class will benefit students struggling with reading and students looking for a reading enrichment program.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Kelli Muhammad

 

Mini Math Masters Laboratory

(4th-5th grade) Coed

​Mini Math Masters Laboratory is a class designed for younger children to build and master their math skills in a fun way.

 

Students will learn the basic concepts in Mathematics which include adding subtracting, multiplication, and basic division, as well as money, time, basic geometric concepts, and real-world related word problems.

 

This class incorporates guided instruction, interactive games, computer skills, classwork, assessments, and hands-on activities.

 

Come to the Lab!!! Let's have fun while we learn!!

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

 

​​Map Masters: Geography for Future Nation Builders

(5th-8th) Coed

In this course, students will engage in an exploration of the Earth based on Actual Facts.  In addition to a study of the physical properties, natural resources, and cultural make-upmakeup of the Earth, this course will focus on the geography of the United States and its territories with historical and geopolitical connections being made through map reading, independent research, and class projects.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

 

Our History: Exploring Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Part 2

(6th-12th) Coed

 

In this course, students will learn how our Historical Black Colleges and Universities were founded, what programs are offered at each institution, and more. In this course, students will perform research, will receive projects to complete, and will be quizzed at the end of the course. This class is ideal for students who are currently exploring options for life after high school. *Part 1 is not a prerequisite for part 2.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Kelli Muhammad

 

Writing a Critical Review Part 1

(Middle School) Coed

This course will help students to meet the challenge of writing well-thought-out reviews for literature, movies, music, art, restaurants, travel and, more! Students will be evaluated each week based on their written reviews and class participation.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Kelli Muhammad

Writing a Critical Review Part 2

(9th-12th) Coed

This course will help students to meet the challenge of writing well-thought-out reviews for literature, animated movies, shows, music soundtracks, foreign foods/dishes/restaurants and more! Students will be evaluated each week based on their written reviews and class participation. *Part 1 is not a prerequisite for part 2.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Kelli Muhammad

Math Masters Intensive

(6th-8th grade) Coed

The 6th-8th grade Math Masters Intensive class will cover topics such as: 

 

1) Review of basics (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division)

2) Fractions with all operations

3) Place Value and Rounding, Number Line/integers 

4) Coordinate Plane/Graphing 

5) Word Problems 

6) Ratios/Proportions 

7) Decimal Operations 

8) Order of Operations

9) Numeric Properties Variable Expressions

10) Geometric Figure

11) Data Presentation and Statistics/ Probability with visuals

This class meets twice a week for 1-hour. 

Instructor: Amya Muhammad


Math Masters Intensive

(9th/10th-grade) Coed

The 9th/10th grade Math Masters Intensive class will cover topics such as:

1) Review of basics (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, and order of operation)      

2) Fractions with all operations

3) Mixed number operations      

4) Number Line  

5) Coordinate Plane/Graphing

6) Word Problems

7) Ratios/Proportions

8) Decimal  Operations

9) Order of Operation, Integers, Exponents, and Scientific Notation    

10) Negative Numbers

11) Similar Shapes

12) Equations and Variable Expressions

13) Transformations 

14) Extended Geometric Unit with transformations (rotations, reflections, dilations, translations) Pythagorean theorem  

15) Angels

16) Data Presentation

17) Statistics and Probability with visuals

18) Scientific Notation

This class meets twice a week for 1-hour. 

Instructor: Amya Muhammad

Introduction to Chemistry 

(Middle School) Coed

This is an introductory course where students will focus on basic concepts involved in chemical reactions, the periodic table, and chemical nomenclature. This course will prepare students for the high school Chemistry course. Students will perform research, will receive projects to complete, and receive quizzes to test their knowledge.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Amya Muhammad

 

Introduction to Chemistry 

(9th-12th grade) Coed

This is an introductory course where students will focus on basic concepts involved in chemical reactions,  the periodic table, periodic trends, chemical nomenclature, and chemical problem-solving. Students will perform research, will receive projects to complete, and receive quizzes to test their knowledge.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Amya Muhammad

Geopolitics for Nation-Building

(9th-12th grade) Coed

This course will examine the influence of geography, economics, and demography on nation-building strategies for Black people in America. Students will learn aspects of agriculture, biology, geology, history, and politics through class discussions, independent research, and group projects.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

 

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

The Nation of Islam in American History
(Middle and High School) Coed


(FREE CLASS)


Students will explore The Nation of Islam in the context of our 90-year history in the United States of America. Through the use of multimedia resources, discussions, and presentations, students will be able to make connections between American history, Black history, and the role of the Nation of Islam in their personal family history and their experiences in modern-day America.

​***We are accepting new students for this course. This is a free course and does not appear in the shop.  Be sure to include it on your registration form.​


This class meets weekly for 1 hour.


Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

 

Spiritual Development  (FREE CLASS)

Middle School (Coed)

 

This class will focus on showing students how to build inner strength, how to build the determination to achieve their goals, how to improve their self-esteem, how to use their spirituality as they experience day-to-day living, and they will learn why having good values/morals is so important.

​***We are accepting new students for this course. This is a free course and does not appear in the shop.  Be sure to include it on your registration form.​

​This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

​Instructor: Kelli Muhammad

Spiritual Development  (FREE CLASS)

High School- Boys

High School- Girls

This class will focus on showing students how to build inner strength, how to build the determination to achieve their goals, how to improve their self-esteem, how to use their spirituality as they experience day-to-day living, and they will learn why having good values/morals is so important.

​***This class is for students who were previously enrolled.  This is a free course and does not appear in the shop. Be sure to include it on your registration form.​

​This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

​Instructor: Kelli Muhammad

Waiting List Classes:

 

Read 4 Power: Reading and Writing Class

(1st and 2nd grade) Coed

The Read 4 Power: Reading and Writing class is for students that are first and second-graders.  This is an extensive program that is geared toward improving reading fluency, comprehension, and writing. This class can benefit students that are struggling with reading and students who are looking for a reading enrichment program.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Lisa M. Muhammad

 

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Read 4 Power: Reading and Writing Class

(Middle School) Coed

This Read 4 Power class is a program that is geared toward improving reading comprehension and writing. Students will engage in extensive writing practice, along with vocabulary and grammar lessons. This class will benefit students struggling with reading comprehension and/or students looking for a reading enrichment program.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Kelli Muhammad

 

WAITING LIST

Fun Food Friday Baking Class

(6th-12th grade) Coed

This course will help students learn the fundamentals of baking.  Students will cover topics that include baking terminology, tool, and equipment use. Students will engage in baking goods such as cupcakes, cookies, quick bread, and more!!

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Mecca Muhammad

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Creative Writing

(7th-9th grade) Coed

This course will help students to tap into their creative expression through writing.  Students will create their portfolio of literary works comprised of poetry, short stories, etc.  This is a college-preparatory course. 

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Kelli Muhammad

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Creative Writing

(10th-12th grade) Coed

This course will help students to tap into their creative expression through writing.  Students will create their portfolio of literary works comprised of poetry, short stories, etc.  This is a college-preparatory course. 

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor:  Lisa M. Muhammad

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Personal Health and Wellness​

(7th-12th) Coed

​In this course, students will focus on subjects in health, nutrition, 

physical activity, mental and spiritual wellness, as well as learning about holistic healing practices. Students will perform research, will receive projects to complete, and receive quizzes to test their knowledge.  In addition, students will engage in reading passages from How To Eat To Live Books 1 and 2 by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

 

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Karriem R. Muhammad

WAITING LIST

An Introduction to the Spanish Language & Latin American Culture Part 1 (4th-8th grade) Coed

​Through a mixture of language and geography, this course will introduce the student to countries throughout the world where the Spanish language is spoken. 

 

Students will learn the basics of Spanish grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing through fun and interactive experiences.  This is a beginners' level class for upper elementary to middle-grade students.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

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An Introduction to the Spanish Language & Latin American Culture Part 2 (6th-10th grade) Coed

Through a mixture of language and geography, this course will introduce the student to countries throughout the world where the Spanish language is spoken.  Students will learn the basics of Spanish grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing through fun and interactive experiences. 

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

 

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

WAITING LIST

 

The Rise and Fall of Great Nations

(7th-12th grade) Coed

 

This is a Social Studies unit course that focuses on the historical accounts of how strong nations were built, then later collapsed.  This course has a history and geography component. Students will engage in class discussions, conduct research, create visual presentations, and complete written assignments.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Jazzmine Muhammad

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Financial Literacy Series: How the Wealth Gap was Created in America Part 1

 

(6th-12 grade)

The first course in a series of Financial Literacy classes, this session, we will be delving into historical truths and examining exactly how America's richest groups gained their 20-1 wealth advantage. Students will be assigned reading passages from the book How White Folks Got So Rich, 2017 Expanded Edition, and will engage in class discussions, trivia, games, and quizzes based on the reading. Students will also be assigned vocabulary and thought-provoking questions from the text.  

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

 

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

* If you are interested in enrolling in this class.  Please complete our waiting list form.  We will inform you when this class opens again.

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Essential Life Skills- Elementary Part 1

(4th-6th grade)

The Essential Life Skills courses are a series of classes that prepare students for independence by way of teaching them self-care, home maintenance, budgeting & economics; as well as other foundational skills. 

 

Through reading/writing assignments and hands-on projects, Elementary-level students will learn how to make decisions in relation to healthy eating habits, proper hygiene, and the upkeep of their environment.  

 

Throughout the course, students will be exposed to books, articles, and multimedia resources to gain their interest and make the learning of these essential skills fun and engaging!

This class meets bi-weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

* If you are interested in enrolling in this class.  Please complete our waiting list form.  We will inform you when this class opens again.

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Essential Life Skills- Elementary Part 2

(4th-6th grade)

The Essential Life Skills courses are a series of classes that prepare students for independence by way of teaching them self-care, home maintenance, budgeting & economics; as well as other foundational skills.

 

During this 2nd part of Essential Life Skills-Elementary, we will be delving further into the life skill of budgeting and economics using the book I Got Bank: What My Granddad Taught Me About Money by Teri Williams as the base of our course.

 

Students will engage in writing assignments, presentations, and in-class games and quizzes to reinforce concepts learned in this course.

 

(Essential Life Skills-Elementary Part 1 is not a prerequisite for this course.)

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

* If you are interested in enrolling in this class.  Please complete our waiting list form.  We will inform you when this class opens again.​

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Essential Life Skills- College Prep

​(9th-12th grade) Coed

The Essential Life Skills courses are a series of classes that prepare students for independence by teaching them self-care, home maintenance, budgeting, and economics, and other foundational skills.  Through reading/writing assignments and hands-on projects, students will learn decision-making skills, time management, organizational skills, and other soft skills that will help them to be successful as they go away to college and out into the workplace.

This class meets weekly for 1-hour.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

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An Introduction to the Arabic Language 1 (4th-8th grade)

 

This class will introduce the student to the Arabic letters their pronunciation and script.  We will cover the letters in their connected forms and learn about the vowels associated with the Arabic letters.  Students will also learn some basic Arabic vocabulary words and sayings. 

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

* If you are interested in enrolling in this class.  Please complete our waiting list form.  We will inform you when this class opens again.

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An Introduction to the Arabic Language 1 (Level 2)/ Arabic Calligraphy (4th-8th grade)

This class continues an introductory course on Arabic letters, reading and writing the Arabic language; and basic grammatical rules in speaking the Arabic language.  In this class, students who have completed our Level 1 class will go further into reading, writing, and speaking in

Arabic.

Instructor: Dawn R. Muhammad

* If you are interested in enrolling in this class.  Please complete our waiting list form.  We will inform you when this class opens again.

WAITING LIST

HEAR FROM OUR STUDENTS

A Woman Writing by the Window

AALIYAH, 14
STUDENT

I really LOVEEEE the Spiritual Development class because it's an AWESOME way to learn about the spiritual side of myself and share my experiences with the class!!! The topics can vary whether it's learning about  your chakras, trusting your intuition, and other DOPE topics. And the discussions are FIRE!! 

A Young Man Writing

ELIJAH, 12
STUDENT

l think my classes were great!!  Even with my annoying computer acting up, l still had fun completing my assignments...

KAMEELAH, 16
STUDENT

I like the different discussions I had in both the Biology class and in the Black Activist class.  The Biology class was fun too, I learned a lot about different organisms!