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Project Based Learning Electives provided by the Berrien Springs Virtual Academy
Wheel Fun Pottery! Fall 2020
Teacher: Jill Dodge #269-845-0279
Studio Location: 3579 E. Snow Rd., Berrien Springs, between Snow Rd. bypass exit and Red Bud Trail.
START DATE CHANGED! Classes begin the week of Sept.22
Additional registration at location is NOT required.
Wheel Fun Pottery
Wednesdays 6:00 -7:45 pm
Thursdays 2:00-3:45 pm
Welcome beginner and experienced artists! Mrs. Dodge will guide you in learning the exciting and creative art of throwing pottery, hand building and painting! New or experienced potters are welcome. Projects will be experience and age appropriate. Returning students will gain new skills through exciting projects according to individual skill level. Projects will generally be of students own choice.
- Bring slippers or old shoes with clean bottoms to change into.
- Wear clothes that can be stained as accidents do happen.
Virtual Links: www.pintrest.com/hs_pottery
*Please note: it is important to make as informed a decision as possible when choosing your student's Community Resource classes. Most locations will allow a student to drop a class after one meeting, at no charge if it wasn't a good fit for the student, but not all. Some classes plan ahead based on the number that have signed up and have purchased materials, hired teachers, etc. and there might be a fee for class time or materials given to the student if the student drops after one or two meetings. The school cannot pay for classes that students do not complete, so choose wisely; if you do not take the class off of your student's schedule by the deadline, you may be asked to pay for the class time incurred prior to dropping the class.
Teacher of Record: Lisa Van Plew-Cid